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Chief Paul Prine Alabama News
'We want you, we need you': Officers voice support for Mobile Police Chief Paul Prine

A rally is planned Saturday for Mobile Police Chief Paul Prine and officers are coming forward to voice their support for him after he was put on administrative leave.

Used car dealership thefts Alabama News
People taking off with cars during test drives, Mobile police say

The Mobile Police Department is urging used car dealerships to be aware of a rash of recent car thefts.

the miracle worker helen keller Alabama News
Mobile's Playhouse in the Park running Helen Keller’s ‘The Miracle Worker' April 5-14

Helen Keller's play 'The Miracle Worker" at the Mobile ‘Playhouse in the Park’ on April 5-14. Witness a miracle.

judge charles mckight Alabama News
Mobile County retired Judge Charles McKnight dies on Maundy Thursday

Retired Judge Charles McKnight died in Mobile on Maundy Thursday.

bob campbell Alabama News
‘Education Attorney’ Bob Campbell dies in Mobile

Education attorney Bob Campbell died at age 81 in Mobile.

Dobson and Brewbaker alabama political news Alabama News
Dobson, Brewbaker discuss differences ahead of AL-2 GOP runoff debate in Mobile

The Mobile County Republican Executive Committee is preparing for a debate ahead of the Alabama Congressional District 2 runoff between former State Sen. Dick Brewbaker (R-Montgomery) and Montgomery attorney Caroleene Dobson.

Mama Tot Alabama News
Mobile Mayor Stimpson thanks ‘Mama Tot’ for donating dozens of prom dresses to those in need

Ophelia Nichols, better known as ‘Mama Tot’ on TikTok, took part in a prom dress drive to benefit Mobile teens.

three mile creek greenway Alabama News
Mobile’s Three Mile Creek Greenway: Trail of the Month, 6,500 new tree seedlings

Mobile's Three Mile Creek Greenway planted 6,500 tree seedlings to reforest 10 acres. It was awarded ‘Trail of the Month’ by Sweet Trails Alabama.

Mo Go Mobile Transit app Alabama News
Mobile Chamber launches rideshare app for workforce

MoGo Rideshare is now available in the city of Mobile to get people to work and work training events.

crawfish cook off Alabama News
Cajun cook-off in Mobile March 23 benefits Child Advocacy Center

‘Downtown Cajun Cook-off ‘in Mobile’s Cathedral Square on Saturday, March 23. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

oyster drag Alabama News
Children watch, give money to performers at Mobile Oyster City Brewing Company drag show

Libs of TikTok, a well-known X page that often mocks radical liberal events and acts, posted a video on X showing the drag show and young children at the event.

Nexus cinema Alabama News
Drive-in theaters in the 1950s, dine-in theaters now

The online entertainment guide, Mashed, now spotlights a dine-in theater in Alabama, Nexus Cinema Dining in Mobile.

Mardigrascrown Alabama News
Search for lost Mardi Gras crown in Mobile  

The search is on for a lost crown of a past Mardi Gras queen from a parade in Mobile.

Buffettbillboard Alabama News
Mobile Mardi Gras honors Jimmy Buffett: Giant billboard in parade

A giant billboard in Tuesday’s Mobile Mardi Gras parade read: “Jimmy Buffett’s last hit. Changes in Altitude.”

IMG 0377 Alabama News
Slideshow — Comic Cowboys hit the streets of Mobile for Fat Tuesday on 140th anniversary

This year's Mardi Gras festivities marked the 140th anniversary for the Comic Cowboys, the mystic society operating under the slogan "without malice." 

Spot of Tea Alabama News
Spot of Tea in Mobile to reopen after battle with health department

The Spot of Tea restaurant in Mobile will reopen Friday after previously announcing it was permanently closed.

Alabama political news mobile Alabama News
Sean of the South: Ah, Mobile

Mobile was pretty. The sunset was peach. The Dolly Parton Bridge at sundown will move you.

Plant Barry coal ash pond Alabama News
Alabama Power to recycle 700,000 tons of coal ash at the Barry Steam Plant for company to make 'green cement'

Alabama Power has entered into an agreement with an environmental company to have coal ash removed and recycled from Plant Barry in Mobile.

warren herlong Alabama News
Mobile attorney, property rights advocate Warren Herlong dies at 75

Now, property owners will have to find another attorney to be their "land man."  Herlong died on January 10 at age 75.

Mobile Big Band Alabama News
Valentine dinner/dance at USS Alabama Battleship Park February 9

The closest thing the state has to an official Valentine’s event is on Friday, February 9 at the USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park.

The Levys of Monticello Alabama News
Jewish Film Festival in South Alabama to be held January 16, 18, 21

One avenue to study Jewish heritage and recent history is the Jewish Film Festival in Mobile and Baldwin Counties.

Winter Jam 2023. Alabama News
Winter Jam 2024: 40-city Christian music tour starts in Alabama on Friday

"Winter Jam 2024," the largest Christian music annual tour, will perform in 40 U.S. cities. Kickoff is in Mobile for well-known contemporary Christian music acts and a message.

Laundry man Alabama News
Book review: ‘Laundry Man,’ by Mobile’s David J. Cooper; Novel spans four generations of a Southern family

Mobile business leader David J. Cooper has been successful in the stevedoring business and in the restaurant business, which he tellingly calls “the hospitality business.”

Shops of Grand River Alabama News
Multiple malls across Alabama receive bomb threats Friday

Law enforcement responded to bomb threats Friday at multiple shopping centers and malls across the state.

Barry Moore Ad Alabama News
Barry Moore releases two ads in bid for District 1: ‘I went to Washington to take those tough votes’

U.S. Rep. Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) announced Friday that his campaign released its initial two ads in his bid for Alabama's first congressional district.

MOBILE HOUSE FIRE 1 Alabama News
Mobile firefighter injured in house fire, taken to hospital

Mobile Fire-Rescue Department confirmed one firefighter was injured in an afternoon fire Sunday.

Jerry carl Alabama News
Jerry Carl makes first media buy in battle for District 1 seat — 'Need a workhorse, not a show horse, to fight back'

The ad, entitled "Told Them," touts Carl’s history of being a small businessman and Christian conservative while sticking with his “Just Jerry” slogan.

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