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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 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.

Mobile bridge to be dedicated to runner killed in head-on collision

Victor Birch was well-known in the Mobile running community. He was known to run in marathons and triathlons. However, Birch’s life was taken in a tragic crash in September of 2022 when another vehicle sped over the center line and hit Birch’s vehicle head-on.

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Mobile City Council delays vote on PD bodycam policy change

The Mobile City Council Tuesday delayed a vote changing the police department’s video footage policy due to the need for more discussion.

Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger Alabama News
‘Miracle-on-the-Hudson’ pilot Sullenberger to speak in Mobile November 30

The 72-year-old, now the U.S. Ambassador to the International Civil Aviation Organization, is the keynote speaker for Mobile’s Hargrove Foundation at their annual dinner.

Aubrey Pate Alabama News
Man accused of hitting, killing Mobile runner turns down plea deal

The man accused of hitting and killing a Mobile runner in September last year turned down a plea deal, according to court records.

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Excelsior Band to celebrate 140 years as Alabama’s jazz band

They started playing in Mobile in 1883. They marched and played in the very first Mardi Gras parade. The Excelsior Band will perform a free concert marking their 140th year as Alabama’s jazz band.

'Japan On Stage' at Mobile International Festival. Alabama News
International Festival brings 70 countries to Alabama November 18

If you would like to travel the world but lack the time and money, you can visit 70 countries without leaving Alabama.

Mobile electric garbage truck Alabama News
Vote to name Mobile's first electric garbage truck

The city of Mobile has narrowed down names for its first fully electric garbage truck.

Topgolf Mobile Alabama News
Topgolf Mobile opening this month after millions in incentives poured into project

Topgolf Mobile will open on Friday, Nov. 17. The venue in the McGowan Park Shopping Center will include a full-service restaurant, private rooms and an outdoor game area.

Charles Bo Grant Alabama News
Platters singer, now living in Mobile, to play at Alabama Pecan Festival Nov. 4

A former Platters singer is living back home in Mobile County and still singing.

Mobile electric garbage truck Alabama News
City of Mobile wants help naming first electric garbage truck

The city of Mobile is asking citizens to name its first fully electric garbage truck.

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A little piece of Greece in Alabama: Festival in Mobile through Sunday

The active Greek community of South Alabama shows off this week.

Gov Kay Ivey Alabama News
Ivey says Mobile airport, bridge project both on track; Hopes to continue improving state's education

Governor Kay Ivey addressed the Mobile Chamber of Commerce Tuesday morning to speak on economic development, transportation and education.

Redistricting Map Alabama News
Mobile City Council to consider redistricting map, keeping black voting age majority

The city of Mobile recently annexed areas to the west of the city, bringing the population to 206,830 and making the city the second largest in the state.

Tux Alabama News
Sean of the South: A long way to Mobile

So he’s sitting on the hood of his ‘73 Piece Of Junkola when an old guy at the next pump notices there’s something odd about this kid. Namely, the kid is wearing a tux.

Homeless Alabama News
Mobile’s chief of staff says Biloxi responsible for ‘influx of homeless’ in Mobile

Biloxi city officials or police are shipping homeless people across the Mississippi-Alabama state line to Mobile, according to City of Mobile chief of staff James Barber.

BC Rain Alabama News
New on-campus stadium at Mobile’s B.C. Rain High named for beloved coach, principal Ben Glover

For the first time, B.C. Rain football has a permanent home.

Constitution3 Alabama News
Constitution Day celebration in Alabama reminds citizens that freedom isn't free

Every year on September 17, the nation celebrates Constitution Day in honor of the formation and signing of the U.S. Constitution on this day in 1787.

Aubrey Pate Alabama News
Man accused of hitting, killing Mobile runner scheduled for disposition hearing this week

The man accused of hitting and killing a Mobile runner in September last year is scheduled for a court appearance Thursday.

Bruce Pearl during the game between the Houstan Cougars and the Auburn Tigers at Legacy Arena in Birmingham, AL on Saturday, Mar 18, 2023. Alabama News
Auburn basketball coach Bruce Pearl rallying to send members of Congress to Israel

The U.S. Israel Education Association (USIEA) hosted supporters Tuesday evening in Mobile and Auburn men’s basketball head coach Bruce Pearl served as the speaker.

Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson Alabama News
Mobile Mayor Stimpson discontinues LGBTQ+ liaisons positions after ‘rift within the city’

Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson announced Friday the LGBTQ+ liaison positions have been discontinued after months of debate and concerns throughout the community.

Mobie Coast Guard Sector Alabama News
As a 'Coast Guard City,' Mobile to celebrate National Coast Guard Day

Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson said he hopes U.S. Coast Guard members know the city supports them as National Coast Guard Day (August 4) approaches.

Mobile skyline Alabama News
Mobile annexation one week in: What to expect

The City of Mobile is still in the process of completing annexation, and city leaders are working to inform new residents of what to expect.

Jawan Dallas Alabama News
Civil rights attorneys plan to file lawsuit against Mobile in connection to Jawan Dallas

Civil rights attorneys from across the nation were in south Alabama Thursday morning just before the funeral of a man who died after an encounter with Mobile police officers on July 2.

BURY THE N WORD Alabama News
Mobile police officer holds funeral for ‘n-word’: 'We had the sunshine of the Lord'

Sgt. John Young with Mobile Police Department held a special event Monday to bury the “n-word.”

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