The skimmer was located inside the card reader, so customers weren’t able to see it.
Mobile Police are looking for a woman accused of deceiving her way to receiving $100,000 in jewelry.
The City of Foley, Alabama is hosting a free “Spirit Night” in celebration of the city’s centennial, with some football for fans who get the…
BRENHAM, Texas (AP) – Blue Bell Creameries has resumed ice cream shipments four months after listeria contamination halted sales and product…
You might see more portables at schools in Baldwin County, even on rural campuses.
The Mobile City Council is shocked by the information and denies ARC Terminals a permit
If there’s one location in Mobile with a reputation of making drivers sit and wait for hours longer than Friday afternoon traffic on I-10 th…
A water park, amusement park, hotels and restaurants. Big plans for the old Blue Collar property in Foley but will it become a reality?
Wild weather photos from the past week are explained by News Five Meteorologist John Nodar.
Republican State Senator from Madison County turns to crowdfunding to prove a point
The Spanish Fort Police Dept. will place a full-time police officer at the high school five days a week.
Forget to pack a lunch for your little one for school in Mobile? No problem. The district has you covered.
News 5 captured pictures of Tony Williams, while he was in Metro Jail charged with Assault. He now faces Murder charges, in a 2013 crime.
Summer is almost over for the 30 thousand plus students in Baldwin County. For teachers, the school year has already begun.
Mobile County Public School Superintendent lists her top 5 goals for the school year.
Back To School
There’s bound to be some frustration on the roads this morning in Mobile County, as people head out to take their children to school. We’ve …
How much did you spend this year on Back-to-School supplies? The national average for a family this year is $630.
Police released few details, saying the man’s body was found Sunday morning on a park bench in Pensacola.
NASA employees made a special trip from Huntsville to Mobile. They hoped to inspire a new generation of scientists.
Crews from around the state headed to Mobile-area to help get power restored