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Chickasaw Police Chief says Linwood Boykin captured.
Mourners gather where a gunman opened fire killing 22-year old Tamara White.
Watch VIDEO to see if you can identify armed robbery suspects.
The Maids of Jubilee Paraded through the streets of Downtown Fairhope Friday night providing great entertainment for large crowds.
Mobile is home to an African American Treasure, Africa Town.
Sam Williams takes issue with how Prichard Police handled deadly crash.
When the sun came up Friday morning, it shed light on hateful messages on three homes on Highway 43 North in Mount Vernon.
Investigators are looking for three men considered armed and dangerous.
The Poarch Band of Creek Indians Tribal Princesses took members of the WKRG News 5 Team on a two thousand dollar shopping spree for needy ch…
For the fourth year in a row, Zaxby’s in Mobile and Baldwin Counties take The WKRG News 5 team on a shopping spree for needy children. Tuesd…
Austin Key with Bugmaster spent more than 3-thousand dollars on needy children for Christmas.
12-hundred students from across Baldwin County gathered Thursday for the Third Annual Peer Helper Jubilee.
Jenny Hunt says The American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk makes her stronger.
Multiple injuries from a head on crash on Highway 45 at Old Citronelle Highway Monday night.
BusGuard Camera systems are being installed to catch drivers who illegally pass school bus stop arms.
Chief James Barber blames juveniles having easy access to guns.
Former Fairhope Intermediate School Teacher heard the blast from her home in New York.
A Daphne Mother uses the memory of her son to help others.
Teams are forming to participate in the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk.