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The city of Mobile issued a public safety alert today, months after News 5 started investigating the problem of coyotes in Mobile.
The trend is a hide-and-seek game with painted rocks!
The Fairhope/Point Clear Rotary Club opened the preschool this past January. Thanks to a state grant, the program will continue.
The deputy brings the child special presents while on patrol.
Jason Duke of My Happy Dog 123 is collecting supplies at five drop-off locations in Mobile.
Hands of Hope Healthcare Center in Trinity Gardens will soon be expanding. Patients like being able to see the doctor for $30 if they don’t …
Hatching Hope is a statewide agency that provides necessities to victims of an apartment fire, immediately after the blaze.
A Baldwin County woman weighs in on the President’s comments today about the prevalence of opioid addiction.
The Girl Scouts of America launched a whole new focus on STEM subjects last month, and some local girl scouts are already hard at work on an…
The District Wildlife Supervisor addresses residents concerns about how to keep coyotes at ay.
Fifteen pets have gone missing in the last month, and neighbors say coyotes are to blame. One homeowner set up a camera to prove the coyotes…
Members of St. Dominic Catholic Church donated items to clients of SOMI Club. These clients all have a mental illness.
The owner of a local motorcycle repair shop has a do-it-yourself mentality and wants customers to be educated on how to stay safe on their b…
Officer Jackie Tucker was shot in the head back in December. Her husband, Aaron, says she is making progress.
A ministry for the homeless has expanded to help others in need in the community, including those on a fixed income.
News 5 digs deep into the problem of women who are addicted to drugs. We uncover what drugs have women seeking treatment for at the Home of …
Five inmates received their GED diplomas at Mobile Metro Jail today.
Eighteen year old Alex Moore started Dapper Deliveries when he was just sixteen years old.
The Environmental Studies Center is helping baby pelicans get strong enough to be released back into the wild in about a month.
The Davidson Robotics Team is working hard this summer, to ensure a state victory in the Fall.