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Valarie Patterson, accused of abuse of a corpse and manslaughter, was in court Monday for a preliminary hearing.
Cindy Cherrington is in town for the Jubilee Festival of Arts in Daphne, but her heart is in her hometown of Houston, Texas.
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey and others are filing suit against the credit reporting bureau.
Some of you driving eastbound on I-10 through downtown may have noticed machinery and crews by the side of the road recently.
A man used a counterfeit $100 bill to buy a $25 gift card at ShoeFly.
The Spot of Tea now offers segway tours through downtown.
If you have credit at all, you should check to see if you’re affected by the Equifax data breach.
At this time, no arrests have been made in the case.
A Florida couple who evacuated Jacksonville to escape Hurricane Irma welcomed a baby girl into the world at a hospital in Mobile.
Those evacuating Florida can call to schedule an appointment for free medical assistance.
A judge has set a $130,000 bond for the Wilmer man accused of murdering his mother and burying her body in a barrel under their front porch.
Scammers love to strike when people are desperate–don’t fall for their schemes.
It’s natural for some people to panic ahead of a hurricane. And thanks to social media, people’s fears are easily fed.
Make sure you have these items if a hurricane is headed your way.
Our very own Gulf Coast Ducks are near Houston tonight—the duck boats are helping transport people who are in need of dialysis.
At Junior League headquarters, their aim is to fill a semi truck before it leaves for Texas Thursday morning.
It’s natural to want to help after a natural disaster, but here’s how to make sure you don’t donate to a fake charity.
Mobile City Council gave the Mobile Police Department the green light Tuesday to use $20,000 to remove asbestos located in their evidence ro…
A lot must be done before construction can even begin on the Mobile River Bridge and Bayway project.
Residents are happy about the upgrade and look forward to projects involving Baltimore Street and the other half of Ann Street.