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Huntsville Police are responding to the campus of Williams Elementary School for some kind of emergency.
Statkewicz was last seen September 7 in Mobile on Hillcrest Road between Airport Boulevard and Old Shell Road.
Burns Middle School off Girby Road was placed on lockdown Tuesday afternoon because of a phone call a student made to 911.
The newest member of the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office is ready to hit the ground running.
Nine-month-old Javarien Grier died when a semi rear-ended the car he and his family were riding in on their way back to Orlando.
A private investigator, who is also a former police officer, is missing in Northwest Florida, according to a Facebook post.
The burglar removed a piece of glass at the front of the store. Once inside, the suspect used a blowtorch to get to the cash.
The armed robbery happened Tuesday at a Circle K in Cantonment.
The study looked at about 75,000 schools and analyzed more than 3 billion miles of roads. States and counties, as well as individual schools…
Nuns often have a reputation for being quiet. But one nun in South Florida is making some noise in more ways than one.
The show on the Investigation Discovery channel takes an in-depth look at complex murder cases. Tuesday’s episode will feature the 2007 murd…
Mobile Police are investigating the deaths of two men on Gulfwood Drive.
The fire broke out just after 4:00 a.m. at a home on Greenlawn Drive off Navco Road in Mobile.
Mobile Police are responding to a pedestrian hit on Interstate 10 in the Tillman’s corner area.
Nathaniel Sebastian, accused of killing his mother, Susan Mayo, and burying her body under her home, was a fan of serial killer John Wayne G…
Stores across the Gulf Coast are seeing a rush on supplies, especially bottled water, as Hurricane Irma moves through the Caribbean.
Anthony Antonio Purifoy Junior is wanted on a warrant for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
The tree fell across Bit and Spur Road, near Airport Boulevard.
Alabama State troopers brought Dewayne Wheat to Mobile Metro Jail Monday afternoon on suspicion of DUI.
A team of deputies with the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office continues to make an impact in the Harvey relief effort in Texas.