BREAKING: Police have arrested two more people and are searching a new site in Manchester suspected of links to the bombing that killed 22 p…
“He’s got toddler about two years old,” the undercover officer said. “Already on a dope deal.”
The most recent accident resulted in a fatality after a motorcyclist sped down Cottage Hill Road and crashed into a privacy fence.
Scammers are quickly learning to use Facebook, Netflix and Paypal to steal money and personal information from a younger target.
The position of fire chief has been vacant in Mobile for all of Sandy Stimpson’s term.
They say it’s all without malice. On the streets every Mardi Gras, there’s excitement to see what the Comic Cowboys come up with each year. …
In 2016, a railroad crossing in the small town of Evergreen, Alabama made a national list of the deadliest crossings in the country.
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The well-liked boxer was poised for a world title fight when he was killed in July, 1995.
Don’t let thieves fool you into thinking you’ve been randomly picked to be a mystery shopper. Be extra wary if they pay you upfront.
Upon arrival an unidentified male was found dead from a gunshot wound inside a white Toyota Camry.
“Just because he has a badge or carries a gun, that does not make him immune from the law,” Chief Assistant Deborah Tillman said.
The personnel board has 14 days to make a decision on whether or not the demotion stands or if Robertson can get his former job back.
A personal injury and medical malpractice attorney in Pensacola is accused of racketeering and grand theft. State Attorney Bill Eddins says …
Scammers often target the elderly, thinking they will be more trusting.
Barber said he demoted Robertson from Lieutenant to Corporal, but Robertson has filed an appeal to defend his actions.
Scammers are calling saying you’re owed thousands from the FDIC. But think twice before telling them anything.
“That’s an entire precinct walking out the door.”
Inside the 72,000 square foot building, cannabis is everywhere.
Mustafa Khamees immigrated to the US with his family after fleeing persecution in Iraq and Syria.