The Navy’s guided missile destroyer USS Farragut is in Mobile for a little R and R. The ship’s crew will have the chance to enjoy Mardi Gra…
Sunshine and calm weather welcomed the crew of the USS Farragut to Mobile on Friday morning. The guided-missile destroyer sailed across Mobi…
The City of Mobile will not pick up garbage on Mardi Gras Day (Tuesday, Feb. 9).
The Order of LaShe’s parade has been rescheduled for Thursday night in Mobile.
Our guest from Winn Dixie tells us about all their offerings for Mardi Gras… from King Cakes to parade route favorites.
Major John Jacobson was a quartermaster officer in Gen. George Patton’s Third Army. He followed the General through France to Germany, ma…
Attention Gulf Coast: the Gronk has landed in Mobile.
Police are warning riders in Saturday night’s Mardi Gras parade not to throw lewd items.
For just the second time in the last sixty years, the Reese’s Senior Bowl and Mardi Gras season are occurring at the same time in Mobile.
Poll shows 52-percent will attend a Mardi Gras parade in Baldwin County and 25-percent will go to a parade in Downtown Mobile
Mardi Gras in Mobile affects The Wave transit schedule. Lundi Gras and Fat Tuesday schedules have been modified.
Overall, 30-percent of people in Mobile County plan to attend half or more of the parades this season in Downtown Mobile
MPD Chief James Barber said they always have increased patrols during large events such as parades, but they’re putting an extra emphasis on…
News 5/Strategy Poll indicates almost one out of five plan to attend EVERY parade in downtown Mobile
“If you’re a kid carrying a gun, we will enforce the law.,” stated MPD Chief James Barber.
Mobile Police have banned the use of hoverboards for the entire Mardi Gras parade season, starting with Friday night’s Conde Cavaliers parad…
There are still plenty of good spots to watch the Mardi Gras fun along the three mile downtown route.
Fat Tuesday is exactly one month away, and the Port City is gearing up.