Terry Graham thought she was getting financial help from a friend, but instead she got scammed.
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With a new house going up where a crack house was torn down, a neighborhood in downtown Mobile hopes to see new revitalization.
Every six and a half minutes, a car is stolen because people tend to do this one thing.
Hospital officials say the blood cultures showed “no evidence of Vibrio”.
For Latricia Clemons, every day is a reminder that her 23-year-old son, Demetrius, is gone.
Romano’s Macaroni Grill on Airport Boulevard closed after the dinner shift Wednesday night.
City officials talked about ’21st Century Policing’ and say that is helping to lower the stats in addition to prevention programs in schools…
We were interviewing Helen Taylor about one kind of phone scam when she got quite another during our interview.
Julia Coccaro filed the 13-page complaint against Spanish Fort High AP Government teacher Gene Ponder and the summer reading list he gave st…
Officials believe the Kilborn Clinic will be the go-to location for cancer care in Fairhope.
Despite the threat of bad weather, thousands turned out to watch the Blues Saturday!
Experts say be careful when out in the water this summer–and only eat shellfish or oysters that have been cooked properly.
News 5 has requested body cam video from MPD on numerous occasions, however video was never released. Now the city is consulting with the at…
Scammers hacked the email account of Carpe Diem Coffee and Tea Co. in Mobile this week. They’re warning anyone who may have gotten a scam em…
We went to Battleship Park Sunday to ask veterans what they think of when July fourth rolls around.
Crescent owner Max Morey was able to raise $72,000–enough for a two-year lease–thanks to help from the community.
In 2011, Alabama was second in the nation for the number of women killed by guns in a domestic violence situation.
There are several warning signs at the entrance of the Bankhead to make sure a crash does not happen.
The community is rallying around a retired Marine who was injured in a home invasion this week.
Two new cranes at the Port of Mobile could help boost industry in the area.