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    Vigor Student Charged with Attempted Murder

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    The teenage student accused of attempting to shoot another student at Vigor High School on Wednesday is facing attempted murder charges. More>>

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    Wetter Labor Day Weekend; Katrina Anniversary Today

    Increased rain chances start the holiday weekend. 50% chance of scattered t'storms today & Saturday, 40% Sunday, 30% Labor Day. High 91. More>>

    Dolly Parton Takes Ice Bucket Challenge

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    Dolly Parton, who's usually flooding stadiums with fans around the world, cools off her Summer by taking a dive into the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. More>>

    Robbery Suspect Arrested Video included

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    Mobile Police make a quick arrest in armed robberies in the popular Oakleigh District. More>>

    BREAKING: Deadly Accident on I-10 in Grand Bay Video included

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    DEVELOPING STORY: News 5 is at the scene of a fatal accident on Interstate-10 eastbound in Grand Bay. More>>

    Chickasaw Police Say MRAP is Just a Tool Video included

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    News 5 got a close up look at a huge, half million dollar piece of equipment Chickasaw Police have at their disposal. More>>

    AltaPointe's CEO on Proposed Budget Cuts Video included

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    Non-profit agencies are trying to figure out how to survive in the face of drastic funding cuts in the Mobile mayor's new budget. One group being threatened helps people who struggle with mental health issues, substance abuse, and developmental disability. More>>

    Holiday Police Patrols On Baldwin Beach Express Video included

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    If you're using the new Baldwin Beach Express to get to Orange Beach Labor Day weekend, watch out for increased police patrols.

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    Sessions Blasts Obama On Illegal Immigration Video included

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    Senator Jeff Sessions says President Obama is acting “unlawfully” when the president talks about an executive amnesty for undocumented immigrants. More>>

    On Track for Another Record Season Video included

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    The upcoming Labor Day weekend marks the end of the summer tourists season along Alabama beaches and according to tourism officials it's been another one for the record books.

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    Fifteen People Arrested In Prostitution Sting

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    The Escambia Sheriff's Office Special Investigations Unit conducted an undercover sting operation More>>

    7 week old tiger cubs at the Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo

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    They recently started meeting the public in what the zoo calls encounters where you get 30 minutes of tiger time to touch, play and take pictures with the cubs. More>>

    Mystery of Death Valley's moving rocks solved

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    For years scientists have theorized about how large rocks some weighing hundreds of pounds zigzag across Racetrack Playa in Death Valley National Park, leaving long trails etched in the earth. More>>

    Apple to unveil next products at Sept. 9 event

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    Apple will show off its newest products Sept. 9. The iPhone and iPad maker set the date in invitations mailed Thursday to reporters and others who typically come to see the unveiling of Apple's latest twists on technology. More>>

    Drones Taking Off on Gulf Coast Video included

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    People who attended the Kenny Chesney concert noticed something odd in the sky. That includes Kenny Chesney himself, who couldn't help but smile at the flying robot hovering towards his face. More>>

    Report: 1,400 Sex Abuse Cases in One Town

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    Hundreds of children have been systematically raped, beaten and sex trafficked, and it is still going on, a government commissioned report says. More>>

    Drought Spreading Across Alabama

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    Drought is quickly spreading across Alabama.Statistics released Thursday show about two-thirds of the state is abnormally dry, and about 10 percent of the state is in a moderate drought. More>>

    Killer Amoeba Found in Water System

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    Testing has confirmed the presence of a killer amoeba in a water system serving three towns in St. John the Baptist Parish in southern Louisiana. More>>

    2 Arrested in Spice Bust

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    Officers seized three handguns, an altered shotgun, an assault rifle, cash, tactical gear and over 160 packs of spice. More>>

    3 Robbed in 2 Locations in Oakleigh Neighborhood

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    Mobile Police say three people were robbed in two different locations this morning in the Oakleigh neighborhood in midtown Mobile. More>>

    FBI Investigating Reports of Attacks on U.S. Banks

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    The FBI is investigating a hacking attack on JPMorgan Chase and at least one other bank, according to reports citing unnamed sources familiar with the matter. More>>

    Challenge Brings Cold, Hard Cash

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    Ice Bucket Challenge brings in close to $100M 

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    Vigor Faculty Takes Down Attempted Shooter Video included

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    An argument at Vigor high school ended with one student pulling a gun on another. More>>

    Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Video included

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    More than 400 gathered at Alabama's Cruise Terminal Wednesday to kick off The American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event.

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    All You Need To Know About Migrant Work Visas Video included

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    News 5 talked to a foreign labor contractor about the federal government's H2a work visa program.

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    Police Say They Didn’t Harass Hispanic Workers Video included

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    Fairhope police have been accused of racial profiling and harassing migrant workers after they received concerned calls from the public. More>>

    Map Puts City Needs In Perspective

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    A map from the Stimpson administration shows more than 800 red dots where repairs are needed. The mayor says he's trying to drive home the point that infrastructure needs can't be ignored anymore.


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    No Testimony from Baldwin DA Video included

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    Details of an alleged sexual relationship between Baldwin County District Attorney Hallie Dixon and an investigator in her office will have to wait and may not happen at all. A defense attorney is using the alleged affair as part of his trial strategy.

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    US official warns Ebola outbreak will get worse

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    "It's even worse than I'd feared," Dr. Tom Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said Wednesday of the Ebola outbreak rampaging through West Africa.  More>>

    Feds protect 20 species of coral as threatened

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    The federal government is protecting 20 types of colorful coral by putting them on the list of threatened species. More>>

    Student Pulls Gun On Another Student Video included

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    DEVELOPING STORY: Prichard police say a 14-year-old student took a gun to Vigor High School and pulled it on another student during a fight. Police say the student tried to fire the gun twice, but school leaders stepped in before anyone was hurt. It is not clear at this time if the gun was working or if the safety was on. Students told News 5's Avery Cotton the fight happened in the hallway and chaos erupted.This all happened around 10:15 A.M. News 5 obtained exclusive video of a school leade... More>>

    Man Wanted For Indecent Exposure

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    Saraland Police are looking for a man, they say, exposed himself in public. More>>

    Study: Alabama's 15 Most Dangerous Cities Video included

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    Only one city in southern Alabama in among the state's 15 most dangerous and it's not even in the top 10, according to a new report. More>>

    WAVE Bus Crash with Injuries Video included

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    Ambulance crews rushed to the intersection of Airport and University Boulevard after a minivan collided with a WAVE Transit bus. The accident happened around 9:40 this morning. Medical crews carried three people away on stretchers and then loaded them into ambulances. Dozens of police cars, fire trucks, and ambulances responded to the scene and helped people injured in the accident. Traffic was stopped at one point on both Airport and University. As of 10:10, traffic is moving slowly exceptfo... More>>

    Operation Button Pusher

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    Three-year joint drug investigation in Baldwin County ends with 24 people arrested and sentenced to federal prison

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    Don't Break Cecilia's Heart!

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    Our Pet of the Week is a two year old pug-mix named Cecilia. She is absolutely adorable. We love that little under bite! She is a doll! She is crate-trained. She is very good with people. When adopted, she will be spayed, vaccinated, and micro-chipped.If you are interested in adopting Cecilia, call the Mobile SPCA at (251)633-3531. More>>

    All-Women Sports Show

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    CBS Sports Network to launch all-women sports show next month More>>

    Spacecraft Crosses Neptune's Orbit

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    Last Call: Pluto-bound craft crosses Neptune orbit More>>

    Residents Voice Opinions Ahead of OB School Vote Video included

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    Several hundred Orange Beach residents showed up to learn about the city's plan to split from Baldwin County Schools Tuesday night. More>>

    Hispanics On Temporary Work Visas Claim Police Harassment Video included

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    Migrant workers on legal, temporary work visas claim they were harassed by officers with the Fairhope Police Dept. 

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    Local Pharmacy Busted for Codeine Video included

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    The owner, Donald Scarcliff, is charged with illegally selling codeine from the location. More>>

    Mayor’s Youtube Videos Explain Budget Spending Video included

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    Mayor Sandy Stimpson is posting videos to Facebook that explain why the city is spending money on certain capital items.

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    Mobile City Retirees And Non-Profits Speak Out On Cuts Video included

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    Whether you were at the Mobile City Council meeting or finance committee the message was the same. People wanted cuts to come from somewhere else.


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    Red Snapper Debate Continues Video included

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    Red snapper season has come and gone but the fight to land more fish continues. Now state officials have the numbers to back up what they have been saying all along.

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    Cocaine-Tainted Dollar Bills Make Banker's Fingers Go Numb

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    A sample of some dollar bills tested positive for cocaine.
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    Shooting Instructor Killed by 9 Year Old

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    Authorities say an Arizona shooting instructor has died after he was accidentally shot while showing a 9-year-old girl how to use an automatic Uzi. More>>

    Ice Bucket Challenge Leads to Arrest

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    Jesean Morris, who was wanted in Nebraska for violating the terms of parole, was picked up by police after he posted a video to Facebook of himself participating the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.

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    Miss. Officials: Second Death From West Nile Virus

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    The state Department of Health said Tuesday the most recent death occurred in Madison County. More>>

    Parker Griffith Challenges Gov. Bentley to Debates

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    Democratic gubernatorial nominee Parker Griffith is challenging Republican Gov. Robert Bentley to a series of seven debates before the November election. More>>

    Police Probe Theft From Rosa Parks' Old Apartment

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    Police say thieves have struck the apartment complex where Rosa Parks lived when she made history by refusing to give up her seat to a white person on a city bus. More>>

    Red Snapper Totals Lower Than Estimates

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    The Alabama Red Snapper Reporting program estimates that 418,000 pounds of red snapper were landed in Alabama through June 30. More>>

    Baldwin County Man Arrested in Stabbing Death

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    Authorities have arrested a man that was wanted out of Escambia County, Florida in connection with a deadly stabbing on Sunday. More>>

    Would You Eat Something Called 'Meat Mountain'

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    The fast-food giant is rolling out a sandwich containing at least half a pound of assorted meats and cheeses. More>>

    Shut Out Of Crash Investigation

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    UPS, pilots' union barred from air crash probe More>>

    Are Illegal Immigrants Being Bused To Daphne? Video included

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    Viewers sent in photos of what they believed to be illegal immigrants in the Daphne civic center parking lot.

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    Ex Band Director: "I Love My Wife And Kids" Video included

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    Former T.R. Miller band teacher Lance Gainous apologizes to his wife and kids following his arrest on a dozen sex-related charges involving former students.

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    Summer Season Coming to a Close Video included

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    Another record season is not out of the question for Baldwin County beaches as the summer season comes to a close.

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    USA Looking To Improve Graduation Rate Video included

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    The four-year graduation rate is 14%. The six-year graduation rate is 37%. This is lower than some comparable schools.


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    Medical marijuana laws may reduce painkiller overdoses

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    States that have legalized marijuana for managing chronic pain have significantly fewer deaths from prescription painkiller overdoses each year. More>>

    Nail polish may help detect date-rape drugs

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    Four college students have used their scientific training to come up with an unusual solution to an all-too-common problem on college campuses and beyond.  More>>

    Saban Not Ready to Name Starting QB

    Blake Sims (left), Jake Coker (right) Blake Sims (left), Jake Coker (right)
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    It's a two-horse quarterback race between senior Blake Sims and Florida State transfer Jacob Coker in Tuscaloosa. More>>

    Girl Scout Takes on Human Trafficking Documentary

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    There were probably any number of issues Rebecca Pober Citrin could have taken on as a project to compete for the highest award the Girl Scouts offer. The Gold Award is equivalent to the Boy Scouts' Eagle Award. She chose the subject of human trafficking. The 26 minute documentary that resulted she says has left some in shock to find out such things happen within the borders of the U.S., even the state of Alabama.Citrin, a recent graduate of St. Paul's and incoming freshman at Vassar College,... More>>

    Schools Using Social Media to Reach Parents Video included

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    School districts, individual schools, teachers and more are using social media to reach out to parents more than ever before. More>>

    Autopsy Pending on Local Plane Crash

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    The Okaloosa-Walton Medical Examiner's Office says a forensic autopsy will be needed to positively identify the remains of a pilot who died in a single engine plane crash near Laurel Hill Saturday. More>>

    "All Clear" at Fort Lee in Virginia

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    An "active shooter incident" was reported Monday morning at Fort Lee, an Army installation in Virginia, the post said on its website. More>>

    Health Credits Impact Refunds

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    Tax refunds may get hit due to health law credits

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    3 Rescued From Gulf

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    2 vessels collide in Gulf, 3 rescued

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    Bikers Ride To Bring Awareness To Bullying Video included

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    Dozens of bikers gathered outside the Beads and Leather store Sunday morning to raise money and awareness to a serious issue any child could face going back to school. More>>

    7-Year-Old Accidentally Shot in Milton

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    A 7-year-old child is recovering after being shot accidentally inside a home in Milton. More>>

    Public Memorial Set for Auburn Eagle, Tiger

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    A public memorial has been scheduled for next week to honor Tiger, the first golden eagle to fly free inside Auburn University's Jordan-Hare Stadium. More>>

    Flag Used by Tea Party Could Become Alabama Tag

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    Alabama vehicles could soon be sporting tags featuring the rattlesnake emblem and "Don't Tread on Me" warning popular with tea party groups. More>>

    Strongest quake in 25 years strikes California's Bay Area

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    A 6.0-magnitude earthquake struck Northern California early Sunday, the U.S. Geological Survey said. More>>

    Workers Wear Parkas at Local Business Despite Soaring Temperatures Outside Video included

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    The hot and humid temperatures in Mobile are not a new occurrence for the people living in this area.This past week temperatures soared near the triple digit mark, and forecasters say this week alone is one of the hottest weeks this summer.But there is one place in Mobile where temperatures are extreme, but the polar opposite than temperatures we deal with everyday outside.Americold is a 115,000 square foot freezer storage facility located at the Brookley Complex. Temperatures range between 3... More>>

    Free Adoption Day at County Animal Shelter Video included

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    The Mobile County Animal Shelter is doing what it can to transition dogs and cats into loving homes. The shelter is full to capacity, and offered a free adoption day today.

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    Dauphin Island Sea Lab Estuarium Closed

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    According to its website, the Dauphin Island Sea Lab Estuarium is closed this weekend. More>>

    Business Leery of Ala. Ruling on Drug Warnings

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    Business groups aren't buying into the Alabama Supreme Court's attempt to limit the fallout from a decision involving drug warning labels. More>>

    Pedestrian Hit, Killed by Taxi

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    A woman from Mississippi was killed early Saturday morning in Orange Beach after being hit by a taxi. More>>

    VA Director Out In Biloxi Video included

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    Anthony Dawson has been assigned to a new post in Jackson, Mississippi.

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    Drifting Dryers Lead To Jail Explosion Video included

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    Would you believe flooded gas powered clothes dryers lead to the deadly blast at the Escambia County Jail in Florida? That’s the finding of an attorney hired by the County Commission to investigate the spring explosion.


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    Band Teacher Charged for Sex with Students Video included

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    Jeffery Lance Gainous faces a total of 12 charges for allegedly engaging in sexual acts with his female students during his time as band director at T.R. Miller High School in Brewton. More>>

    Environmentalists Worry About Run Off at McGowin Park Video included

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    Work on the McGowin Park shopping complex is proceeding at breakneck speed. Members of Mobile Baykeeper are surprised the entire 80-acre site was cleared all at once.

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    Baldwin School Survey on Growth Video included

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    There are a lot of opinions when it comes to overcrowding and building new schools in Baldwin County. Now there's a way for folks to have their voice heard.

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