More stories by Devon Walsh
The Mobile County Public School System has collected toys for the Magical Christmas Toy Drive for the past several years.
It’s called part of Pathway Church’s “Buy a Tree, Change a Life” program.
A pregnant woman from Mobile County charged in a nationwide adoption fraud case appeared in court on Thursday.
If you haven’t purchased your Christmas cards yet, students attending a local school for children with disabilities have created some cards …
The school is now considered a Blue Ribbon School.
News 5 goes inside Mobile Metro Jail to investigate how pregnant women are treated behind bars.
Students at Dunbar Magnet School were chosen to paint chairs to be auctioned off at a benefit for the Mitchell Cancer Institute.
News 5 takes you inside Metro Jail to talk with the female corrections officers.
Mobile County District Attorney Ashley Rich says Shareen Gurnsey inflicted “emotional torture” on families who were hoping to adopt her baby…
A News 5 Investigation has revealed Shareen Gurnsey is now facing a second count of theft by deception.
Shareen Gurney has a lengthy rap sheet dating back to 2008. Court documents also reveal she was convicted of writing counterfeit checks tota…
A Mobile County woman, who adoption attorneys say is involved in a nationwide plan to steal from couples, faced a judge Friday Morning.
The students selected as Peer Helpers in their school took a field trip to the Equine Therapy Group in Stapleton. They learned more about co…
The Daughters of Charity organization founded Providence Hospital in West Mobile. Only one sister still visits the hospital on a daily basis…
A program at the Mobile Public Library is helping students who might not always be enthusiastic about reading.
The series will be based on the popular Maggie McNair books, but it will have a more religious message.
John Drinkard was injured in Iraq. He was paired with a service dog, Gus, a year ago. Life is so much better now.
Alexandria Dale Zine learned she was six weeks pregnant, and just a few days later was diagnosed with breast cancer.
The City of Mobile has hired a private trapper to catch coyotes roaming in Springhill.
The trend is a hide-and-seek game with painted rocks!