The store is called Uptail Resale Shop, and it’s already brought in $20,000 to help local pets in just six months.
The Bridging the Gap program started in Mobile and has now been implemented nationally.
Williamson High School and Middle Grades Prep Academy added a career-tech program in agriculture science this year.
Students at the Regional School for the Deaf and Blind are selling original Christmas cards. The money from the cards helps provide art clas…
The teenagers have grown up in a high-crime area in Prichard and take part in activities put on by the Light of the Village organization.
For eight years, the community has come through to help the Great Toy Drive collect tens of thousands of toys.
The founder of the program says it’s a way to drug addicts to get the long-term help they need in a Christian environment.
Mobile’s Singing Children Group is celebrating 40 years and preparing for a big trip to New York City.
The Mobile Baptist Association has a very active international ministry. The classes are free for the students.
News 5 Anchor Devon Walsh and Photojournalist Randy Lowe travelled to New York to share stories of Mobile Firefighters who were helping out …
The $315,000 new roof will be on the Mobile City Council’s agenda this Tuesday.
Lt Todd Bloch retired this week from the Coast Guard. He has a career that most of us could only dream about.
The Harlem Quartet performed at several local schools this week. For many students, this is the first time they’ve seen a live symphony perf…
A year after the tragedy on Dauphin Island, the family of missing sailor, J.C. Brown talks to News 5’s Devon Walsh.
Governor Robert Bentley shut down reporter questions regarding the sex scandal looming over his office.
Mobile County Sheriff’s deputies regularly teach people in the community how to protect themselves.
Our Sister’s Closet is a non-profit agency in Mobile that gives women business attire for job interviews. They are also giving women the sel…
The students intern at local hospitals, and many of them end up getting jobs.
Pilots for Christ doesn’t charge a dime to patients who need medical treatment out of state.
A woman from Pensacola has an inspirational weight loss story.