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    ALS Patient: Disease Breaks Down Body but Not Spirit Video included

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    The ALS Association says the ice bucket challenge is having a huge impact in helping them raise money and awareness for the disease. More>>

    Growing Algae in Daphne Video included

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    Algae may be bad for your pool or pond. But a business in Daphne is harvesting it--for energy! More>>

    Lifeguards Work Almost Done Video included

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    Two young children are recovering after near drowning's in Gulf Shores. The first in a retention pond at an apartment complex. The second, in a pool in the 1300 block of West Beach Blvd. in Gulf Shores. The latest in what seems to have been a summer of close calls and near misses.

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    Proposed City Budget Threatens Non-Profits Video included

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    Last year, about sixty agencies split $2.6 million. This year they will compete for just $1.2 million with the United Way of Southwest Alabama, and not the city, determining exactly which organizations get how much, if anything. More>>

    Does South Baldwin County Need Another High School? Video included

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    Foley High is the largest high school in Baldwin County, prompting some to ask the board of education to build a new facility in a neighboring community.

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    Weather

    Heat Grows as Thunderstorms Shrink

    The trend in the next several days is for fewer thunderstorms but more heat. The Gulf is quiet as a couple of tropical disturbances move through the central Atlantic.
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    Gulf Shores Chief : "You Blew It" Video included

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    Amid the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, one local police chief is lashing out against Captain Ronald Johnson, and the way he is handling the town's chaos. More>>

    City Employees Give Budget Mixed Reviews Video included

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    Most say they’re happy to get a raise at all. Privately, many wish it was a lot more money.


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    Gulf Shores Chief Calls Out Missouri Captain

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        The Gulf Shores Police Chief doesn't hold much back in an open letter written to Missouri Highway Patrol Capt. Ron Johnson. Chief Ed Delmore wrote the letter Sunday on the website LawOfficer.com. His message to the captain, "you blew it." More>>

    Man Shot After Reporting Cross Burning in His Yard

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    Police trying to determine whether attack was prompted by people being upset that the man was visited by his mixed-race grandchildren
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    Man Wakes Up To Bloody Stranger On Couch

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    A Massachusetts man who fell asleep in a chair in his living room over the weekend got quite the surprise when he woke up - a bloody stranger asleep on the couch. More>>

    Malaria Case In Mobile County

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    The Mobile County Health Department reports a teenager, who traveled to the Republic of Uganda, is being treated at a local hospital for malaria. More>>

    Ebola outbreak death toll tops 1,200, WHO says

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    The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has killed more than 1,200 people since it began in December 2013, the World Health Organization said Tuesday. More>>

    Local Physician Makes Mission Trip a Family Affair

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    Medical care here in the United States is far superior to medical care in parts of South America. Local gastroenterologist, Dr. Matt Eves, just returned from bringing first class medical care to a third world country. He took his daughter, Paulette, and son, Bradley, to Honduras earlier this summer. They went to a poor hospital frequently visited by mission teams. The hospital was founded by Dr. Steve and Mary Kinsey from Baldwin County, 30 years ago.The Mobile Infirmary donated $20,000 worth... More>>

    Sea Lab Building Mammal Research Center

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     Expected to open in mid-2015, the ALMMSN is breaking ground not just on a state-of-the-art research building, but also in data collection and research for Alabama's marine mammals, including manatees, dolphins and whales. More>>

    MPD Looking for Debit Card Thieves

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    Mobile Police are looking for information regarding the identification and/or location of the two male subjects in these photos. More>>

    Man Shot in Cell Phone Robbery

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    A man who refused to give a robber his cell phone was shot early Tuesday morning in Mobile. More>>

    Unemployment Up in Just Alabama

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    The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics says Alabama was the only state that had a higher unemployment rate in July than it did a year ago. More>>

    Univ. of Alabama Chi Omega Member Expelled After Offensive Post

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    Chi Omega Fraternity officials say a University of Alabama member has been expelled from the school's chapter for a racially offensive post that was distributed via social media over the weekend. More>>

    Car vs Bus On Dauphin Street

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    A crash on Dauphin Street this morning caused traffic trouble for drivers in Mobile. Police tell News 5 a car and what appears to be a MARC bus collided at the intersection of Dauphin and Fulton. More>>

    Voice of SNL Dies at 96

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    Announcer Don Pardo, whose booming baritone was known to fans of "Saturday Night Live," ''The Price is Right" and other programs, has died. More>>

    Climber Dies In Fall At After Proposing To Girlfriend

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    A man died while rock climbing in Yosemite National Park shortly after his girlfriend accepted his marriage proposal.

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    Woman Allegedly Stole Wine to See Boyfriend

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    A woman allegedly stole a bottle of $3.99 wine to get arrested and see her jailed boyfriend. More>>

    West Nile Claims Life in Mississippi

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    Yazoo County resident dies from West Nile Virus.

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    Crash-Proof Cars Wanted

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    The government wants automakers to develop cars that talk to each other.


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    Hundreds Turnout for Race Forum Video included

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    More than 600 people showed up to the Alabama School of Math and Science Monday night. More>>

    Fiery Crash Captured on Video Video included

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    A fiery crash near Biloxi involving a car and an 18-wheeler sends them both bursting into flames. More>>

    School Resource Officers Important Part of Campus Safety Video included

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    The Foley Police Department continues to lead Baldwin County when it comes to school safety.

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    Mayor Proposes First Pay Raises in Eight Years Video included

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    Mayor Sandy Stimpson calls for two raises in his Fiscal 2014 budget which will be delivered to the city council Tuesday: a 2.5 percent cost of living adjustment in October and another 2.5 percent merit raise in April More>>

    MUST-SEE: Monster Gator is a Jaw-Dropper Video included

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    A massive 15-foot gator caught in Wilcox County is leaving sightseers in complete awe! More>>

    Owl Flew Into Condo, Killed Canary

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    An owl flew into a 10th story condo in Idaho, apparently opened a bird cage and killed one of two canaries inside it. More>>

    West Nile Virus Reaches Gulf Coast

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    The Florida Department of Health in Santa Rosa County has issued a mosquito-borne illness advisory. More>>

    Mom and Dad Overdose with Baby in Backseat

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        A mother and father have been arrested in Louisiana after they were found unconscious in a car with their small children in the backseat. The Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office says both parents admitted to injecting heroin earlier in the day. More>>

    Blue Angels Wow Crowds In Chicago

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    The Gulf Coast loves the U.S. Navy's Blue Angels, and this weekend, folks in Chicago were treated to an impressive flight performance. The Blues were part of the annual Chicago Air and Water Show on Saturday. The two-day event is the largest free show of its kind in the United States. The Navy Blue Angels F/A-18, U.S. Air Force F-22 Raptor, and Marine MV-22 Osprey all performed at the show. The weather had different plans for Sunday. Heavy fog rolled in a ground the Blue Angels. More>>

    Study: Raising a Child Costs $245K

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    A child born in 2013 will cost a middle-income American family an average of $245,340 until he or she reaches the age of 18, with families living in the Northeast taking on a greater burden. More>>

    Millions Exposed After Hospital Network Hacked

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    Community Health Systems, which operates 206 hospitals across the United States, announced on Monday that hackers recently broke into its computers and stole data on 4.5 million patients. More>>

    Dollar General vs Dollar Tree

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    There's now a bidding war for Family Dollar store. Dollar General is offering about $9.7 billion for the discounter in an effort to trump Dollar Tree's bid, which is about 3 percent less. Last month, Dollar Tree made an $8.5 billion bid for Family Dollar, and Dollar General's board unanimously approved the deal. More>>

    Blue Angels Take Ice Bucket Challenge Video included

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    The Navy's Blue Angels decided to take a challenge after wrapping up their air show performance in Chicago over the weekend. The pilots took part in the ice bucket challenge to raise money for ALS or Lou Gehrig's Disease. More>>

    Baldwin School Growing Pains Video included

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    Foley, Daphne and Spanish Fort are some of the growing areas in Baldwin County Public Schools. Foley Elementary is going to the past to help with the expansion needs of the future.


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    Race Relations Meeting in Mobile Tonight

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    Mobile United is hosting a meeting for the community tonight at the Alabama School of Math and Science.

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    Young Boy Shot in Mobile

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    A young boy was shot in the abdomen when an unknown person fired several shots into a couple of homes near Dauphin Island Parkway on Friday night. More>>

    AP Poll: Alabama No. 2, Auburn No. 6

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    Jameis Winston and defending national champion Florida State are No. 1 in The Associated Press preseason college football poll. More>>

    Missouri National Guard Heading to Ferguson

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    Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has called out the National Guard after another night of trouble in Ferguson, Missouri. More>>

    Back-To-School Primer

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    As the new school year begins, here's a quick look at changes for Baldwin County students More>>

    Race Summit Scheduled for Monday

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    Citizens of Mobile will have the opportunity to speak up about racial issues within the city. More>>

    Chesney Concert Too Hot For Some To Handle Video included

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    Around 300 calls were made to paramedics for heat-related injuries. More>>

    Kenny Chesney Spotted At Local Marina

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    A exciting surprise for people at Sportsman Marina in Orange Beach, Alabama. Country music superstar Kenny Chesney stopped by after a ride in the waters near the Flora-Bama. News 5 is told he was relaxing on a small private yacht in Orange Beach. A viewer snapped these photos, and they even got a wave and smile. Chesney is in townfor a Saturday evening concert at the Flora-Bama. He is staying on site in his tour bus, but is apparently seeing the sights. More>>

    Daddy Daughter Day in Mobile Video included

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    Bienville Square was packed tonight for a special daddy daughter date night. It's a first for the city and judging from the results, there will be more nights like this to come. More>>

    Move in Day for USA Students Video included

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    It was a busy day on the campus of the University of South Alabama. Classes begin Monday and today, hundreds of students moved into their dorm rooms on campus.
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    Kenny Chesney Brings Thousands to Flora-Bama Video included

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    Country star Kenny Chesney is performing at the Flora-Bama Saturday to a crowd of about 30,000 people. More>>

    Some Lawmakers Open to Idea of Gambling Compact

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    With more budget problems likely ahead for the state, some legislative leaders say they're open to the idea of a compact with the Poarch Band of Creek Indians. More>>

    21 Black Women Among 2,054 Ala. Sorority Recruits

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    Annual recruitment has ended for sororities at the University of Alabama with black women making up just 1 percent of new members. More>>

    Operation Revitalize Nets 21 Arrests Video included

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    More hot spot policing catches over a dozen suspected drug dealers. This afternoon authorities arrested 21 people in a sting called Operation Revitalize. More>>

    Convention to Deliver Fewer Delegates Than Promised Video included

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    About 500 delegates will attend the World Leisure Congress next month, about a quarter of the 2,000 predicted.  More>>

    Behind the Scenes of a Gator Hunt Video included

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    News 5's J.B. Biunno has never been on a gator hunt... but that changed on Thursday night, when he ventured out onto the waters to give you this behind-the-scenes story. More>>

    Prichard Closes Troubled Strip Club Video included

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    The City of Prichard has moved to shutdown a strip club that police raided last month.It issued a cease desist order today to Club Suga's strip club on St. Stephens Road More>>

    State School Superintendent Gets Whopping Salary Hike Video included

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    Dr. Tommy Bice gets a 25% raise. The state legislature failed to pass even a 2% raise for teachers this year.


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    Countdown to Chesney Video included

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    Kenny Chesney sightings have already begun around Pleasure Island but definitely know where he will be tomorrow night.

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    University of Mobile Students Settling in for School Video included

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    Students at the University of Mobile are settling into their new dorm rooms Friday night. More>>

    UFO Spotted Over Houston

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    A buzz on social media for people in Houston, Texas. Many captured an unidentified flying object on video this week. It appears to be an oval object with lights. The first reaction of many people, you guessed it, aliens! Technology these days could offer a better explanation. More and more people are flying drones. No one is giving a definite answer for the sightings, so it remains a fun mystery at this point. More>>

    Small Plane Crashes In South Mississippi

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    Mississippi authorities say a single-engine plane crashed near Wiggins injuring 3 people on board.Wiggins Fire Chief says two people on board the aircraft suffered significant injuries and a third person had minor injuries.Hatten said their injuries were not believed to be life-threatening.The injured are being treated at a hospital in Hattiesburg.Sheriff's deputies say the pilot tried to land in a field off Mississippi 29 Thursday, but the plane clipped a tree and landed just short of the ro... More>>

    Police Say Michael Brown Robbed Store

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    New developments today involving a controversial deadly shooting in Missouri. Police say video surveillance shows Michael Brown pushing a store clerk just minutes before his run-in with police officer Darren Wilson. More>>

    Successful Night For Gator Hunters Video included

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    Hunters searched the Mobile-Tensaw Delta for the biggest alligator they could find. The Southwest Alabama gator season kicked off Thursday night. More>>

    Kenny Chesney Arrives on the Gulf Coast

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    It appears country singer Kenny Chesney has made his way to the Gulf Coast. More>>

    A Rare Look Inside Strickland Youth Center Video included

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    Strickland Youth Center guards speak to News 5 about how their job is more of a calling, than a job.

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    Overnight Crash Caused Bayway Delays

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    Traffic was at a standstill overnight while crews cleared a crash on the eastbound I-10 Bayway More>>

    Synthetic Drugs More Popular Across U.S. Video included

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    A disturbing new trend involving illegal drugs in Mobile County. You've heard about the dangers of synthetic marijuana, now synthetic LSD is growing in popularity. More>>

    Chesney Concert Brings Economic Boom To Beach Video included

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    As many as 35-thousand people could attend the Kenny Chesney concert Saturday. Many will spend money at local hotels, retail shops and restaurants.

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    Baldwin Buses Heading Back to School Video included

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    Baldwin County is one of the most rural counties east of the Mississippi River and that means a lot of students depend on buses to get them to and from school. Here's what you need to know when it comes to sharing the road with hundreds of school buses starting Monday.

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    Mobile County Outstanding Warrants Posted Online Video included

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    The list of outstanding warrants in Mobile County is climbing. In fact, the most recent number of active cases in the District Attorney's office is over 40,000. More>>

    Growing Baldwin Ready For New School Year

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    Teachers are getting ready for the first day of school. As Baldwin County grows schools adapt.


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    Victims In Fatal Motorcycle Wreck ID'd

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    Prichard Police have released the identities of the victims of Tuesday's deadly motorcycle accident on I-165. More>>

    Next Door App A Virtual Neighborhood Watch

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    ?Mobile is the first city in the state to partner with the community-oriented app. More>>

    Robin Williams' Wife Releases Statement

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    Susan Schneider says her husband was in the early stages of Parkinson's Disease. More>>

    Lye in Restaurant Tea Badly Burns Woman's Throat

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    Police are reviewing video footage and interviewing staff from a Utah restaurant where a woman drank sweet tea laced with an industrial cleaning chemical, severely burning her mouth and throat. More>>

    Woman Discovers Husband's Multiple Marriages Through Facebook

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    A simple check on Facebook led a woman down a deep rabbit hole of discovery that ended with the revelation that her husband was already married to at least three other women. More>>

    DEA: New Drug Seized in Alabama Growing Problem

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    The drug is a chemical compound used to make synthetic drugs commonly called "spice." More>>

    Do Dogs Get Jealous?

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    Study shows dogs may experience jealousy

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    Overnight Fires Keep Crews Busy

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    One man burned, taken to hospital in fire More>>

    Major Construction Project Underway on I-10

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    A construction project that was supposed to start Sunday on Interstate 10 kicked off Wednesday night. More>>

    Christie Visits Alabama & Mississippi Video included

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    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is in Alabama supporting the re-election campaign of fellow Republican Gov. Robert Bentley. More>>

    515 Illegal Immigrant Children Sent to Ala. Video included

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    100 thousand immigrant children are expected to cross the U.S. Mexico-border by year's end putting what many call a strain on taxpayers. Hundreds of those children have made their way to Alabama. More>>

    A Park with a View Video included

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    An out of the way and long neglected park in Mobile could become the city's visual gateway to the booming aviation industry at the Brookley Aeroplex. More>>

    Free Chesney Concert; Pretty Expensive Video included

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    The Flora-Bama Jama is being billed as a "free" concert but it's costing plenty. An estimated million dollars but organizers say it's worth every penny.

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    Hundreds of Fans Line up at Flora-Bama Video included

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    Kenny Chesney fans showed up in full force this morning to pick up their wristbands for Saturday's concert. Here is everything you need to know if you plan on going.

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    County Raises May Stall Deputy Exodus Video included

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    Mobile County Sheriff Sam Cochran says he’s lost a dozen deputies in the last year to better paying departments. He hopes the County Commission passes a raise.


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    Dangerous Summer For Gulf Coast Drivers

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    At least five people have died in tragic accidents this summer in the span of three months. More>>

    Arrest Made In Robbery, Sex Assault Case

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    Police say Deontra French robbed two women at gunpoint, forcing one to perform a sex act on him.

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    Police Officer Arrested, Suspicion of DUI

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    Saraland Police arrest a Mount Vernon police officer on I-65 after getting reports of gunshots being fired from a car.

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    Body of Missing Swimmer Recovered

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    Victim had been swimming with friends Tuesday night when he disappeared.

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    Hundreds of thousands of Obamacare consumers risk losing coverage

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    The Obama administration this week began sending notices to hundreds of thousands of Obamacare consumers, warning them that if they don't verify their citizenship or immigration status, they risk losing their insurance coverage next month.
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    Teen Makes Wal-Mart His Home

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    Employees of Wal-Mart were shocked to find a teenage boy secretly living inside the store for several days.
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    Rescue Crews Free Entangled Leatherback Turtle

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    WATCH: Coast Guard Rescues 800-Pound Turtle Trapped in Fishing Gear.



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    Grandmother Posts Pics of Baby with Pacifier Duct-Taped to Mouth

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    A grandmother said she's being harassed on Facebook for posting what she called joking photos of her granddaughter with a pacifier duct-taped to her mouth. More>>

    Co-Owner of Flora-Bama Hears Chesney's New Song

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    Ahead of this weekend's Kenny Chesney concert at the beach, the country star releases new song about the famed beach bar. More>>

    Former Mobile Commissioner Sent to Oklahoma Facility

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    .Last month, a judge sentenced Jockisch to 10 years in prison. More>>

    Buzz Over Bee Venom in Cancer Research

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    Bee, snake or scorpion venom may sound more like a health nightmare than a cure, but they could in fact be used in cancer-fighting drugs, a new study suggests. More>>

    Bentley asks lawmakers for long-term budget plan

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    Alabama lawmakers will face another grim budget outlook when they return to Montgomery next year and Gov. Robert Bentley says he wants their ideas for long-term solutions instead of a one-year money fix. More>>

    NJ Gov. Chris Christie in Alabama Today

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    New Jersey's Chris Christie is visiting Birmingham to support a fellow Republican governor, Alabama's Robert Bentley. More>>

    Lauren Bacall Dies At 89

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    She was one of the biggest names of Hollywood's Golden Era. And she was linked both on and off screen with co-star and husband Humphrey Bogart. More>>

    Ship Collides With Barge, Ship

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    Coast Guard investigating accident on Mississippi River near New Orleans More>>

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    • Gulf Shores Chief Calls Out Missouri Captain

      Gulf Shores Chief Calls Out Missouri Captain

      Tuesday, August 19 2014 5:40 PM EDT2014-08-19 21:40:59 GMT
      The Gulf Shores Police Chief doesn't hold much back in an open letter written to Missouri Highway Patrol Capt. Ron Johnson. Chief Ed Delmore wrote the letter Sunday on the website LawOfficer.com. His message to the captain, "you blew it."
          The Gulf Shores Police Chief doesn't hold much back in an open letter written to Missouri Highway Patrol Capt. Ron Johnson. Chief Ed Delmore wrote the letter Sunday on the website LawOfficer.com. His message to the captain, "you blew it."
    • MUST-SEE: Monster Gator is a Jaw-Dropper

      MUST-SEE: Monster Gator is a Jaw-Dropper

      Monday, August 18 2014 7:02 PM EDT2014-08-18 23:02:31 GMT
      A massive 15-foot gator caught in Wilcox County is leaving sightseers in complete awe!
      A massive 15-foot gator caught in Wilcox County is leaving sightseers in complete awe!
    • MPD Looking for Debit Card Thieves

      MPD Looking for Debit Card Thieves

      Tuesday, August 19 2014 12:57 PM EDT2014-08-19 16:57:02 GMT
      Mobile Police are looking for information regarding the identification and/or location of the two male subjects in these photos.
      Mobile Police are looking for information regarding the identification and/or location of the two male subjects in these photos.
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    • ALS Patient: Disease Breaks Down Body but Not Spirit

      ALS Patient: Disease Breaks Down Body but Not Spirit

      Tuesday, August 19 2014 11:44 PM EDT2014-08-20 03:44:03 GMT
      The ALS Association says the ice bucket challenge is having a huge impact in helping them raise money and awareness for the disease.
      The ALS Association says the ice bucket challenge is having a huge impact in helping them raise money and awareness for the disease.
    • Lifeguards Work Almost Done

      Lifeguards Work Almost Done

      Tuesday, August 19 2014 7:46 PM EDT2014-08-19 23:46:37 GMT
      Two young children are recovering after near drowning's in Gulf Shores. The first in a retention pond at an apartment complex. The second, in a pool in the 1300 block of West Beach Blvd. in Gulf Shores. The latest in what seems to have been a summer of close calls and near misses.
      Two young children are recovering after near drowning's in Gulf Shores. The first in a retention pond at an apartment complex. The second, in a pool in the 1300 block of West Beach Blvd. in Gulf Shores. The latest in what seems to have been a summer of close calls and near misses.

    • Proposed City Budget Threatens Non-Profits

      Proposed City Budget Threatens Non-Profits

      Tuesday, August 19 2014 7:44 PM EDT2014-08-19 23:44:36 GMT
      Last year, about sixty agencies split $2.6 million. This year they will compete for just $1.2 million with the United Way of Southwest Alabama, and not the city, determining exactly which organizations get how much, if anything.
      Last year, about sixty agencies split $2.6 million. This year they will compete for just $1.2 million with the United Way of Southwest Alabama, and not the city, determining exactly which organizations get how much, if anything.
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    • Gulf Shores Chief Calls Out Missouri Captain

      Gulf Shores Chief Calls Out Missouri Captain

      Tuesday, August 19 2014 5:40 PM EDT2014-08-19 21:40:59 GMT
      The Gulf Shores Police Chief doesn't hold much back in an open letter written to Missouri Highway Patrol Capt. Ron Johnson. Chief Ed Delmore wrote the letter Sunday on the website LawOfficer.com. His message to the captain, "you blew it."
          The Gulf Shores Police Chief doesn't hold much back in an open letter written to Missouri Highway Patrol Capt. Ron Johnson. Chief Ed Delmore wrote the letter Sunday on the website LawOfficer.com. His message to the captain, "you blew it."
    • Man Wakes Up To Bloody Stranger On Couch

      Man Wakes Up To Bloody Stranger On Couch

      Tuesday, August 19 2014 4:56 PM EDT2014-08-19 20:56:23 GMT
      A Massachusetts man who fell asleep in a chair in his living room over the weekend got quite the surprise when he woke up - a bloody stranger asleep on the couch.
      A Massachusetts man who fell asleep in a chair in his living room over the weekend got quite the surprise when he woke up - a bloody stranger asleep on the couch.
    • Hurricane Ivan's Impact on the Gulf Coast

      Hurricane Ivan's Impact on the Gulf Coast

      Tuesday, August 19 2014 4:08 PM EDT2014-08-19 20:08:48 GMT
      Hurricane Ivan's Impact on the Gulf Coast. This 30 minute program chronicles the arrival and aftermath of Hurricane Ivan, in 2004 on the Gulf Coast. Ivan was a historic storm that changed the way we plan for hurricanes. See the anticipation, the preparation, the evacuation and the devastation.
      Hurricane Ivan's Impact on the Gulf Coast. This 30 minute program chronicles the arrival and aftermath of Hurricane Ivan, in 2004 on the Gulf Coast. Ivan was a historic storm that changed the way we plan for hurricanes. See the anticipation, the preparation, the evacuation and the devastation.
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    • Dan Sullivan takes lead in Alaska GOP Senate race

      Dan Sullivan takes lead in Alaska GOP Senate race

      Wednesday, August 20 2014 2:44 AM EDT2014-08-20 06:44:56 GMT
      A whistle-stop tour of the state in an RV. An endorsement from the second man to walk on the moon. Even one of the most polarizing figures in American politics found cause to weigh in on the state she used to lead.
      Former Alaska Attorney General Dan Sullivan held a lead in early primary returns in the fight to be the Republican candidate to take on U.S. Sen. Mark Begich in the fall.
    • Floods force dramatic rescues in Phoenix area

      Floods force dramatic rescues in Phoenix area

      Wednesday, August 20 2014 2:44 AM EDT2014-08-20 06:44:22 GMT
      Workers at a farm saw hundreds of cactuses sweep away in a flood. Drivers on Arizona's main north-south freeway watched in shock as muddy waters submerged the road. Rescuers across the state rushed to save...
      Workers at a farm saw hundreds of cactuses sweep away in a flood. Drivers on Arizona's main north-south freeway watched in shock as muddy waters submerged the road. Rescuers across the state rushed to save people...
    • Governor won't seek removal of county prosecutor

      Governor won't seek removal of county prosecutor

      Wednesday, August 20 2014 2:35 AM EDT2014-08-20 06:35:59 GMT
      The National Guard has arrived in Ferguson but kept its distance from the streets where protesters have again clashed with police in the St. Louis suburb where Michael Brown was fatally shot by a police officer.
      Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon said Tuesday that he would not seek the removal of the prosecutor overseeing the investigation into the fatal police shooting of Michael Brown, which has sparked more than a week of nightly clashes...
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    • Israel, Gaza militants trade fire after talks fail

      Israel, Gaza militants trade fire after talks fail

      Wednesday, August 20 2014 2:44 AM EDT2014-08-20 06:44:46 GMT
      Palestinian militants are firing rockets from Gaza and Israel is launching airstrikes following the end of a cease-fire and the collapse of talks aimed at a lasting truce.
      Palestinian militants launched dozens of rockets and Israel responded with airstrikes on Wednesday after Egyptian efforts to mediate a lasting truce in the monthlong Gaza war collapsed in a hail of fire a day earlier.
    • 10 dead, 22 missing in Hiroshima landslide

      10 dead, 22 missing in Hiroshima landslide

      Wednesday, August 20 2014 2:44 AM EDT2014-08-20 06:44:40 GMT
      Rain-sodden slopes collapsed in torrents of mud, rock and debris early Wednesday in the outskirts of Hiroshima, killing at least 10 people and leaving 22 missing, the government said.
      Rain-sodden slopes collapsed in torrents of mud, rock and debris early Wednesday in the outskirts of Hiroshima, killing at least 10 people and leaving 22 missing, the government said.
    • Israeli-US relations tested once again in Gaza war

      Israeli-US relations tested once again in Gaza war

      Wednesday, August 20 2014 2:35 AM EDT2014-08-20 06:35:56 GMT
      When Israel completes its damage assessment from its latest war with Hamas, it may conclude that one of the biggest casualties was its all-important relationship with the United States.
      When Israel completes its damage assessment from its latest war with Hamas, it may conclude that one of the biggest casualties was its all-important relationship with the United States.
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    • Plain Gardening: Mulch

      Plain Gardening: Mulch

      Monday, August 18 2014 10:35 AM EDT2014-08-18 14:35:39 GMT
      Plain GardeningMulchBill Finch of Mobile Botanical Gardens believes in putting lots of mulch on his garden.
      Bill Finch of Mobile Botanical Gardens believes in putting lots of mulch on his garden.
    • Shady Gardening

      Shady Gardening

      Wednesday, August 13 2014 2:18 PM EDT2014-08-13 18:18:29 GMT
      Welcome to a particularly shady episode of Plain Gardening.
      Welcome to a particularly shady episode of Plain Gardening.
    • De-Leafing

      De-Leafing

      Monday, August 11 2014 9:30 AM EDT2014-08-11 13:30:21 GMT
      Plain GardeningDe-leafingThere are spots on the Gulf Coast where it looks like fall in the middle of August.
      Plain GardeningDe-leafingThere are spots on the Gulf Coast where it looks like fall in the middle of August.
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      Uncle Maddio's Pizza Recipes

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      This seafood Alfredo recipes is one of our most popular recipes. An easy recipe made with Miller's Magic Dust Jumbo shrimp, garlic, butter, and a little white wine and lemon juice.
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