A weather balloon landed on Ono Island. It may be hard to believe but meteorologists still get a lot of valuable data from a weather balloon
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Fairhope now has a restaurant that is part of the Oyster Shell Recycling Program. The program will be expanding further in the next two mont…
A car fire on the shoulder of Interstate-10 spread quickly to the grassy shoulder. It then threatened businesses south of Halls Mill Road.
Storm system brings strong tornadoes to the central part of the nation. One was confirmed to be an EF-3 tornado.
The 27th annual Joe Cain Classic Run started Joe Cain Day festivities in the chilly February air.
Alabama is offering a tax free weekend for you to stock up on items that keep you safe in severe weather. Batteries, tape, and coolers are j…
A Harlem Globetrotter was in town to visit some special kids. Slick Willie Shaw made rounds at the USA Children’s and Women’s hospital.
Weather plays a big part in Mardi Gras crowds at downtown businesses. A slightly later Mardi Gras than last year could mean warmer weather a…
A local couple married for 70 years hasn’t celebrated Valentine’s Day for several years. They honor their love everyday.
GulfQuest reopens later this week with a new exhibit. The museum hopes the new exhibit will bring a crowd.
Most of deer hunting season in Alabama is finished and officials say the season went smoothly. The new mandatory game check program was cons…
Mardi Gras throws will have a lot of the same traditional things like beads, cups, and Moon Pies. The newest throw will be the light up thro…
Hattiesburg tornado victims get help from Mobile donations. Another donation drive will take place next Saturday.
Allergy season has come early along the Gulf Coast. While the season will peak early, it probably won’t end any earlier.
One local city is the first in the country to adopt a Hurricane Home Protection Program. The program is designed to improve low income famil…
Warm days won’t hurt plants but spring blooms may not be as vibrant.
Air Conditioning specialists are busier than a normal January thanks to above average temperatures.
Never under estimate the power of water. That saying is well understood in Frisco City on Tuesday.
Holiday shoppers buy up last minute gifts in Mobile. Most shoppers were prepared for the crowds and long lines.
The eighth annually Great Toy Drive proved to be successful. We managed to collect more toys than last year and beat our goal