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    Adrian Peterson On Exempt List

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     Minnesota Vikings move Peterson to exempt list, requiring him to stay away from team until legal issues are resolved

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    Bentley Wants More Revenue But Not New Taxes

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    Governor Robert Bentley is looking to a group of Republican legislators for ideas on how to provide more revenue for the state's tight General Fund budget. More>>

    Mayor: Disappointed in Sales Tax Vote Video included

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    The council may have passed the penny sales tax, but it came against the wishes of Mayor Sandy Stimpson. More>>

    Hurricane Ivan's Devastation and Recovery Video included

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    Aerial footage of the killer storm gives unique perspective of the power of a category 3 hurricane.

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    Chief Discusses How Sergeant was Fired Video included

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    Mobile Police say Sergeant Michael Smith has been fired for misusing internal databases to target black women. We caught up with the chief of police who shares what information was accessed and how Sgt. Smith was caught. More>>

    Gulf State Park: 10 Years After Hurricane Ivan Video included

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    Gulf State Park has rebounded a decade after Ivan, but a hotel-lodge is still on the park's wish list.

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    Weather

    Gradually Less Warm and Less Humid

    Winds will become northwesterly and humidity will slowly fall in the next two days but the daytime highs won't be much lower until Friday or Saturday. Tomorrow is dry for most of us. Highs will reach 90. More>>

    Gulf Coast Remembers Ivan: Ten Years Later Video included

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    Tuesday marked he 10th anniversary of Hurricane Ivan and for some it was just like it was yesterday.

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    Mobile Extends Penny Sales Tax 3 Years Video included

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    The Mobile City Council passes a three year sales tax extension. They also pass the budget with major changes to healthcare, nonprofit groups and parks.


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    Funeral home offers drive-thru viewing

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    The Paradise Funeral Home in Saginaw, Michigan, constructed a drive-thru window with automatically opening blinds. Visitors have three minutes to mourn at the window. Gayle King reports. More>>

    Obama: Ebola outbreak 'spiraling out of control'

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    President Barack Obama says the world is looking to the United States to address the deadly outbreak of Ebola in West Africa. More>>

    Police: Major Drug Dealer Arrested in Baldwin County

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    Police have arrested an illegal alien in Baldwin County following a 7 month investigation into the sale of cocaine and marijuana. More>>

    "Pants Robbers" Identified by Police

    Bodacius Denson, 21 (left) and Marquis Roper, 23 (right) Bodacius Denson, 21 (left) and Marquis Roper, 23 (right)
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    The victim stated two subjects, one armed with a handgun, demanded his pants, which contained his wallet and property.  More>>

    Report: 2 Doctors in Alabama Prisons Lost Licenses

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    One of the doctors live in Daphne. More>>

    UN: World "dangerously behind" in Ebola fight

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    International efforts to stop the accelerating spread of Ebola in West Africa were ramping up Tuesday, but a medical charity warned that the response is still dangerously behind and time is running out to act. More>>

    Look Back: 2014 Gator Hunting Season Video included

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    News 5's J.B. Biunno brings you the sights and sounds of a thrilling 2014 Alabama gator hunting season, including a look at "Gatorsaurus." More>>

    Airbus Launches New Overhead Bins For A320 Family

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    The A320 class of planes will be built in Mobile at Airbus's new facility, currently under construction.

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    Washington city makes offensive body odor illegal

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    Burien, Washington has passed a new trespassing law that makes it illegal to have an offensive body order in public parks, the library and city hall.  More>>

    2 Murder Suspects Arrested at Mobile Bus Station

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    Mobile Police Department received information from the Bogalusa Louisiana Police Department Monday in reference to two Homicide suspects at the Greyhound Bus Station. More>>

    Tim Cook Talks Apple "Screw Up" Video included

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    In this Web Center Report, tech reporter J.B. Biunno highlights the most notable moments from Tim Cook's recent interview on PBS, including the Apple CEO's biggest "screw up." More>>

    Cops: Man Strangled Wife's Poodle

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    The victim stated her husband, Brandy Little, intentionally strangled her poodle. More>>

    AJ's Wedding Pictures Released

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    Two months after their wedding, A.J. McCarron and Katherine Webb released their pictures to the entertainment show and website Extra. More>>

    Soldiers Killed in Suicide Attack at U.S. Base in Kabul

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    There's no word yet on the nationalities of the three NATO troops killed in a suicide car bombing in Afghanistan.

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    Fired Officer Searched Databases For Personal Use

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    A former supervisor with the MPD is accused of using local and state databases to look up personal information about black women.

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    Obama Sending Troops to Help Fight Ebola

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    President Obama will turn his attention to Ebola on Tuesday, announcing new U.S. steps to combat the growing epidemic in West Africa. More>>

    Backlash Over Free U2 Album

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    Apple gave away new U2 album to 500 million iTunes users, but not everyone was happy to see it downloaded on their device More>>

    "Luxury" Ultrasound Business Opens in Mobile Video included

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    A new business has opened in Mobile, that gives expectant parents a sneak peek at their baby, while being pampered. It's called Sneak a Peek. It's a boutique ultrasound business, where you pay for a very comfortable ultrasound experience. Ultrasounds here are not covered by insurance. It is not a clinical environment like a doctor's office. More>>

    Spanish Fort Eyes "Gas Tax" Video included

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    To help increase revenue, the city of Spanish Fort is considering adopting a gas tax.  

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    Penny Sales Tax Could be Extended through 2018 Video included

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    Councilman Joel Daves tells News 5 that extending the tax for three additional years “is likely to be discussed” at Tuesday's Council meeting. More>>

    Water Line Bust

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    The water main break has been repaired in West Mobile County.

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    Accident Victim Surprising Doctors With Recovery Video included

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    Carol and Brandon Peed believe the power of prayer is helping their son recover after a horrific accident that caused his abdomen to fill with blood. More>>

    Beach Sand Returned after 20 Years Video included

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    A mysterious package arrived in the mail last Fall in Gulf Shores full of beach sand and a not apologizing for taking the sand 20 years ago. Now the sand is back where it belongs, put there by the one that took it.

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    Mobile Fire Fighter’s Union Fires Back Video included

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    Recently, the Public Safety Director talked about his goal to increase diversity in the Fire and Police Departments. Richard Landolt said “you don't want a fire truck going into a community with all white firemen on it that doesn't reflect on the community.” Some union members say they're offended.


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    Only 4 Test Positive For Enterovirus D68 in Mobile County So Far

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    As of September 15, results show 4 of 6 specimens from Mobile County sent to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are positive for EV-D68. More>>

    Cops: Head Found in Trash Can; Homeowner Arrested

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    The homeowner is charged with abuse of corpse and second-degree murder. More>>

    MPD Searching for Alleged Credit Card Thief

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    Mobile Police Department Seek the help of the public in locating a wanted person. More>>

    Griffith to Give up Salary Like Bentley if Elected

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    Griffith said Monday that he'd also sell the state plane and helicopter used by Republican incumbent Robert Bentley. More>>

    At least 19 deaths linked to faulty GM cars

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    The number of people killed byfaulty General Motors carsnow stands at 19, significantly higher than the 13 deaths previously disclosed by the automaker. More>>

    Kanye West insists disabled fans stand up at Sydney concert

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    Kanye Westis facing public backlash following an awkward encounter with several disabled persons at one of the rapper's recent concerts Down Under. More>>

    Alabama Town Ravaged by Twister Opens New School

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    A northwest Alabama town is finally opening a new school more than three years after a tornado destroyed the old one. More>>

    Alabama Now Has a Small Business Commission

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    According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, there are approximately 400,000 small businesses in Alabama. More>>

    Alabama Changes Execution Drug Combination

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    Alabama has adopted a new three-drug combination to use in lethal injections, and is seeking to resume executions that had halted because of a drug shortage. More>>

    Florida Gulf Coast Student Dies in Dorm

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    A freshman at Florida Gulf Coast University has died after being found in apparent "distress" at a dorm. More>>

    Woman Wakes Up to Man in Her Room

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    A woman in West Mobile in the 6600 block of Wesley Drive off Ziegler, told officers she awoke Sunday morning to an unknown, black male subject standing in her bedroom. More>>

    Paul, Clinton Top Presidential Poll

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    Libertarian-leaning Sen. Rand Paul is the most popular Republican among the crowded list of potential presidential candidates in New Hampshire, according to a new CNN/ORC poll out Monday.  More>>

    Cops: Victim Robbed For His Pants

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    Mobile Police say a man was robbed of his pants Sunday afternoon. More>>

    Medal of Honor Presentations

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    Alabama man to receive Medal of Honor today More>>

    USS Alabama Celebrates 50 Years In Mobile Bay

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    Folks reflected on the historic battleship as well as the president's handling of the terror group Isis. More>>

    SEC Dominates This Week's Top 25

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    The SEC has a total of 8 teams in this week's Top 25. More>>

    Panthers Defensive End Hardy Inactive Against Lions

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    Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy is inactive for Sunday's game against the Detroit Lions. More>>

    USA Football Fans Show Pride After Loss Video included

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    Whether they were pulling for USA or Mississippi State, the nearly 40-thousand fans had one thing in common today. They were ready for some football! News 5's Tiffany McCall reports. More>>

    Sims Leads No. 3 Alabama Past Southern Miss, 52-12

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    Blake Sims passed for two touchdowns and rushed for a third in three quarters and might have staked his claim as No. 3 Alabama's undisputed starting quarterback in a 52-12 victory over Southern Miss on Saturday night. More>>

    Mississippi St Rolls Past South Alabama

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    Dak Prescott rushed, threw and caught a touchdown pass for the second time in his career as Mississippi State downed South Alabama 35-3 at Ladd-Peebles Stadium on Saturday. More>>

    Casino Seeks to Break AG's Winning Streak

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    VictoryLand casino is trying to break the attorney general's winning streak in a series of cases involving gambling machines seized in raids. More>>

    Video Purports to Show British Aid Worker Slain

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    A video has been posted online purporting to show the beheading by the Islamic State group of British aid worker David Haines, who went missing in Syria last year. More>>

    Alabama Power Warns Customers of New Type of Scam

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    Alabama Power Co. is warning its customers to be on the lookout for a new type of scam. More>>

    AEA Board Expresses Support for Mabry

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    The Alabama Education Association board of directors met behind closed doors for four hours Friday to discuss concerns raised by its longtime leader. More>>

    Shrimpers Back on the Job Without Higher Prices

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    Louisiana shrimpers are back on the water, and most of them returned after three days of what had been planned as a one-week strike for higher prices. More>>

    Alabama Power Warns Customers of New Type of Scam

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     Alabama Power Co. is warning its customers to be on the lookout for a new type of scam. More>>

    Drivers Save Children in Summerdale Accident Video included

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    Lives may have been saved thanks to the actions of two men driving past the accident. More>>

    No Cowbell In Mobile Saturday Video included

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    Mississippi State fans have been ringing cowbells in support of their team for ages. Under Sunbelt Conference rules the bells won't be allowed in the stadium during the game against the USA Jaguars.


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    Couple Fights for Same Sex Marriage Video included

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    There's a constitutional ban in Alabama on same sex marriage, but one couple hopes to change that. More>>

    Gulf Shores Man Fights Harassment Conviction After Cursing Neighbor Video included

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    Shawn Grow says he was wrongfully convicted of harassment for cursing his neighbor after her dog defalcated in his yard. But Kathy Matter says Grow is a bully and is afraid of him.  

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    Cutting Red Tape in Mobile Video included

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    Mobile has a reputation for bureaucracy and red tape is so bad that it's been selected as a test site for program designed by world renowned urban planner and architect Andres Duany More>>

    FEMA Watching Baldwin Waterway Cleanup Video included

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    How many people does it take to make sure a clean up job is done right? If it's the waterway clean up in Baldwin County, apparently a lot.

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    Alabama man arrested in Danish child porn investigation after University of Alabama blanket seen in photos

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    An Alabama man was arrested for creating and distributing pornographic images of a child that were discovered by Danish authorities.  More>>

    Walmart Plans Neighborhood Market on University Blvd.

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    A Walmart Neighborhood Market is planned for University Blvd, north of Ziegler Road and just south of Overlook. More>>

    Work Widening Project Starts Monday

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    Satchel Paige Drive will be closed to through traffic between Government Boulevard and Bolling Brothers Boulevard for about three months. More>>

    'The Roots' Coming to Bayfest

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    The Roots are taking the place of CeeLo Green at Bayfest.  You may know them from the Jimmy Fallon show.

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    Stabbing on a Pensacola Fishing Boat

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    A man is facing attempted murder charges after allegedly stabbing a friend during a fishing trip in Pensacola Bay. More>>

    Robertsdale Shoutout from Soldiers in Afghanistan

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    Coming to you from Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan, 1SG Michael Resmondo and brother SGT Paul Resmondo send greetings home to Robertsdale, Alabama and Fort Wainwright, Alaska. More>>

    All Eyes on a Tropical Wave That May Enter Gulf

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    The Atlantic basin is active on this Friday. More>>

    2 Navy Jets Crash in Pacific

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    Two U.S. fighter jets crashed into the Pacific Ocean on Thursday while operating at sea, the Navy said Friday. More>>

    Dad Tied to 5 Kids' Deaths Waives Court Appearance

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    Lawyers for the man accused of killing his five children say that he has been treated for mental health issues in the past, and he has waived his first court appearance in South Carolina. More>>

    Ladd Stadium Ready for Sellout Crowd Video included

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    South Alabama's big game is Friday. The Jaguars face off against the Bulldogs of Mississippi State.It's their first time hosting an SEC team and fans have taken notice. It's a sell out game, the first in school history.Close to 40,000 people will be in attendance. Officials say they are ready for the crowd.“It's had crowds this big before so I mean I think the point is you try to be ready for it as much as you can,” said Stadium Director Vic Knight. “You've got to address and keep the infrast... More>>

    Rep. Byrne: ISIS Plan a "Good Start" Video included

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    Rep. Bradley Byrne (R) visits the set of News 5 This Morning to discuss President Obama's outline to tackle the threat of ISIS. More>>

    People OK with Apple Pay? Video included

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    Paying with your phone instead of a credit card sounds like a great idea to some, but a security nightmare to others.  More>>

    Alleged Spice Kingpin Facing Federal Charge

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    The man accused of housing more than 400 lbs. of synthetic marijuana is now facing a federal charge. More>>

    Casting Call For Movie In Fairhope

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    People along the Gulf Coast have a second chance to land a small part in a horror movie filming once again in Fairhope.The movie, starring Kate Bosworth, is expected to be released in March. The film crew is back in Baldwin County and looking for more actors. They were here last fall for about two months.The directoris currently re-shooting some of the scenes. The movie's producer needs specific types of actors / actressesstarting Saturday through next week. The extras must be 21 to 35 and pe... More>>

    Magic Moment For Local Child Video included

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    News 5 got the chance to be a part of an exciting surprise for a little boy at Breitling Elementary School in Grand Bay Thursday. More>>

    Star Spangled Sing-Along

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    You can help celebrate the 200th anniversary of the Star Spangled Banner this weekend 

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    Where Were You on 9/11? Video included

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    The day planes crashed into the Twin Towers in New York City is a day many of us will never forget. So, where were you on September 11, 2001? News 5's Tiffany McCall hit the streets to hear your stories. More>>

    Will People Buy the Apple Watch? Video included

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    In this News 5 Web Center Report, tech reporter J.B. Biunno heads to Best Buy in Mobile to see if people would buy an Apple Watch... for $350! More>>

    Baldwin County Flood Victims Still Recovering Video included

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    Many victims of the April flood are still trying to rebuild their lives.  

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    Car Tag Cameras In Use by Gulf Shores Police Video included

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    Is it "Big Brother" or just another tool for police to cut down on crime??? Gulf Shores police are trying out a new camera system that reads every car tag. It's called a license plate reader and while it might catch the bad guy, some have other concerns.

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    Mobile Fire’s Diversity Problem Video included

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    The new Public Safety Director wants to increase diversity at the Fire and Police Departments. Richard Landolt says he's starting with MFRD where white fire fighters make up a sizable majority.


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    Three Injured In Late Afternoon Wreck

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    2 children are among the injured in a 2 vehicle accident in Summerdale.

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    Gulf Coast Ship Strikes First Against ISIS

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     A jet from USS Bataan is the first Marine jet to strike against ISIS. More>>

    South Carolina Father Went on Crime Spree

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    Prison documents and a family member say a South Carolina man accused of killing his five children and dumping their bodies in Alabama was an ex-convict who went on a crime spree in 2001 in Illinois. More>>

    9/11 Remembered Across the Country Video included

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    The shadow of a renewed terror threat has been hanging over today's observances of the 13th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks. More>>

    Plane From Mobile Searched at Houston Airport

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    Officials say the plane flew from Mobile to Houston early this morning, and an unknown substance/container was found. More>>

    Tim Jones, Jr. Went on Crime Spree in Illinois in 2001

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    Prison documents and a family member say a South Carolina man accused of killing his five children and dumping their bodies in Alabama was an ex-convict who went on a crime spree in 2001 in Illinois. More>>

    VIDEO: Bear Cub Pole Dances on Golf Course

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    It's a hole-in-one for an adorable baby bear who was caught on video playing with the flag pole More>>

    VictoryLand to Present its Side in Trial

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    Attorneys for VictoryLand are scheduled to begin presenting their side in a trial in Montgomery that could determine the future of the closed casino in Macon County. More>>

    New Tropical Depression Forms in Atlantic

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    A new tropical depression has formed in the Atlantic, west of the Cape Verde Islands, and could become a tropical storm within a day. More>>

    50 Dead Cats Found in Freezers in Florida Home

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    Detectives found 50 dead cats in four freezers at the home of a South Florida man after serving a warrant for child pornography. More>>

    UA Student Attacked, Suffers Brain Bleeding

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    Authorities say four University of Alabama students are facing charges after another student was attacked and badly beaten at a campus dormitory. More>>

    Dad Accused of Killing Kids Headed to S. Carolina

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    The man accused of killing his five young children and dumping their bodies along a rural Alabama road is on the way to South Carolina to face murder charges. More>>

    Remembering September 11th

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    Today marks 13th anniversary of September 11th attacks More>>

    Gov. Candidate Curses out Radio Host Video included

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    Controversy surrounds a gubernatorial candidate who slung expletives in the direction of a radio talk show host Wednesday.

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    Rep. Byrne Reacts to President's ISIS Address Video included

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    South Alabama Congressman Bradley Byrne spoke to News 5 tonight about President Obama's nationally televised address on how the United States should combat the terrorist group ISIS. More>>

    Tough Talk from President Obama Video included

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    The president is increasing airstrikes and sending 475 more U.S. Troops into Iraq.


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    Effort to Help "Scootchie"

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    A Fundraising effort in Mobile is getting started for a little dog in rough shape. More>>

    Prichard Mayor on Water Board Controversy Video included

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    Prichard Mayor Troy Ephriam defends the Water and Sewer System. News 5 caught up with the mayor while speaking at a financial education assembly for students at Blount High School. More>>

    Foley City Workers Get Pay Raises Video included

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    Foley city employees are excited about getting pay raises.

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    Building a Beach in Gulf Shores Video included

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    Construction of a replacement bridge over Little Lagoon Pass in Gulf Shores is halfway through but a new project got underway this week in the same area with an entirely different focus.

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    Enterovirus Confirmed in Mobile Video included

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    Physicians at USA Children's and Women's had six cases confirmed by the Centers For Disease Control. More>>

    Wilcox County Shaken By Murder Of Five Children Video included

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    Authorities say Tim Jones Jr. dumped the bodies of his five children in a wooded area in Wilcox County. Locals call this the most horrific crime Wilcox County has ever seen.


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    Mail Carriers To Deliver Warrants

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    Pensacola Police want to free up officers by mailing warrants.

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    South Alabama Ready for Mississippi State Video included

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    Jaguars host Mississippi State Saturday and hope to slow down the Bulldogs. Randy Patrick has a preview. More>>

    In Court: Mother Leaves Baby in Trash

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    Lawyers for a woman accused of leaving her newborn baby to die in a trash can are asking a judge for more time to understand what happened. More>>

    Capital Murder Charges Expected Against Father

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    Authorities expect to charge a South Carolina man in connection with the deaths of his five children after he led officials to a secluded clearing in Alabama where their bodies lay wrapped in individual garbage bags. More>>

    "Sons of Guns" Star Accused of Raping 3 Girls in Louisiana

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    William Hayden has been accused by four alleged victims and is facing three different charges of aggravated rape and one charge of indecent behavior with a juvenile. More>>

    One Killed in Mobile County Crash

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    A Citronelle man was killed in a one car accident. State troopers say he was not wearing a seatbelt. More>>

    South Carolina Father to Be Taken Back to Stand Trial Video included

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    Authorities in Mississippi are holding a father of five in the deaths of his children, ages 1 to 8. More>>

    Man Arrested After Baby Left in Car Outside Casino

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    Tunica County authorities say a man has been charged with child neglect after leaving his 1-year-old baby in a running vehicle while he was in a casino. More>>

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    • AJ's Wedding Pictures Released

      AJ's Wedding Pictures Released

      Tuesday, September 16 2014 10:03 AM EDT2014-09-16 14:03:37 GMT
      Two months after their wedding, A.J. McCarron and Katherine Webb released their pictures to the entertainment show and website Extra.
      Two months after their wedding, A.J. McCarron and Katherine Webb released their pictures to the entertainment show and website Extra.
    • Police: Major Drug Dealer Arrested in Baldwin County

      Police: Major Drug Dealer Arrested in Baldwin County

      Tuesday, September 16 2014 3:20 PM EDT2014-09-16 19:20:18 GMT
      Police have arrested an illegal alien in Baldwin County following a 7 month investigation into the sale of cocaine and marijuana.
      Police have arrested an illegal alien in Baldwin County following a 7 month investigation into the sale of cocaine and marijuana.
    • "Pants Robbers" Identified by Police

      "Pants Robbers" Identified by Police

      Tuesday, September 16 2014 2:18 PM EDT2014-09-16 18:18:46 GMT
      Bodacius Denson, 21 (left) and Marquis Roper, 23 (right)Bodacius Denson, 21 (left) and Marquis Roper, 23 (right)
      The victim stated two subjects, one armed with a handgun, demanded his pants, which contained his wallet and property. 
      The victim stated two subjects, one armed with a handgun, demanded his pants, which contained his wallet and property. 
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    • Bentley Wants More Revenue But Not New Taxes

      Bentley Wants More Revenue But Not New Taxes

      Tuesday, September 16 2014 11:46 PM EDT2014-09-17 03:46:21 GMT
      Governor Robert Bentley is looking to a group of Republican legislators for ideas on how to provide more revenue for the state's tight General Fund budget.
      Governor Robert Bentley is looking to a group of Republican legislators for ideas on how to provide more revenue for the state's tight General Fund budget.
    • Mayor: Disappointed in Sales Tax Vote

      Mayor: Disappointed in Sales Tax Vote

      Tuesday, September 16 2014 10:28 PM EDT2014-09-17 02:28:38 GMT
      The council may have passed the penny sales tax, but it came against the wishes of Mayor Sandy Stimpson.
      The council may have passed the penny sales tax, but it came against the wishes of Mayor Sandy Stimpson.
    • Chief Discusses How Sergeant was Fired

      Chief Discusses How Sergeant was Fired

      Tuesday, September 16 2014 9:48 PM EDT2014-09-17 01:48:51 GMT
      Mobile Police say Sergeant Michael Smith has been fired for misusing internal databases to target black women. We caught up with the chief of police who shares what information was accessed and how Sgt. Smith was caught.
      Mobile Police say Sergeant Michael Smith has been fired for misusing internal databases to target black women. We caught up with the chief of police who shares what information was accessed and how Sgt. Smith was caught.
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    • Bentley Wants More Revenue But Not New Taxes

      Bentley Wants More Revenue But Not New Taxes

      Tuesday, September 16 2014 11:46 PM EDT2014-09-17 03:46:21 GMT
      Governor Robert Bentley is looking to a group of Republican legislators for ideas on how to provide more revenue for the state's tight General Fund budget.
      Governor Robert Bentley is looking to a group of Republican legislators for ideas on how to provide more revenue for the state's tight General Fund budget.
    • AJ's Wedding Pictures Released

      AJ's Wedding Pictures Released

      Tuesday, September 16 2014 10:03 AM EDT2014-09-16 14:03:37 GMT
      Two months after their wedding, A.J. McCarron and Katherine Webb released their pictures to the entertainment show and website Extra.
      Two months after their wedding, A.J. McCarron and Katherine Webb released their pictures to the entertainment show and website Extra.
    • Fired Officer Searched Databases For Personal Use

      Fired Officer Searched Databases For Personal Use

      Tuesday, September 16 2014 9:26 AM EDT2014-09-16 13:26:27 GMT
      A former supervisor with the MPD is accused of using local and state databases to look up personal information about black women.
      A former supervisor with the MPD is accused of using local and state databases to look up personal information about black women.

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    • Big break in ambush probe: suspect's abandoned SUV

      Big break in ambush probe: suspect's abandoned SUV

      Wednesday, September 17 2014 2:52 AM EDT2014-09-17 06:52:50 GMT
      Authorities are searching for a heavily armed survivalist suspected in an ambush that killed one Pennsylvania State Police trooper and wounded another in a heavily forested region of northeastern Pennsylvania.
      Authorities say a heavily armed survivalist with a vendetta against law enforcement is the suspect in an ambush that killed one Pennsylvania State Police trooper and wounded another in a heavily forested region of...
    • APNewsBreak: 'Easy Rider' bike going to auction

      APNewsBreak: 'Easy Rider' bike going to auction

      Wednesday, September 17 2014 1:42 AM EDT2014-09-17 05:42:09 GMT
      The Captain America chopper Peter Fonda rode in "Easy Rider" is coming to auction.
      The customized Captain America chopper Peter Fonda rode in "Easy Rider" has come to symbolize the counterculture of the 1960s. Now it's for sale.
    • Lumber town takes stock after wind-driven wildfire

      Lumber town takes stock after wind-driven wildfire

      Wednesday, September 17 2014 1:12 AM EDT2014-09-17 05:12:19 GMT
      Dan Linville and his son were sitting in their living room when they smelled smoke. When they looked outside, they saw a black cloud coming over the hills.
      They had prepared for wildfires and knew of the drought-parched forests, but the inferno that swirled through the California lumber town of Weed moved so quickly all people could do was flee.
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    • Experts: Mystery fireball was Russian satellite

      Experts: Mystery fireball was Russian satellite

      Wednesday, September 17 2014 2:23 AM EDT2014-09-17 06:23:07 GMT
      People from New Mexico to Montana saw the bright object break apart as it moved slowly northward across the night sky. Witnesses described it as three "rocks" with glowing red and orange streaks.
      People from New Mexico to Montana saw the bright object break apart as it moved slowly northward across the night sky. Witnesses described it as three "rocks" with glowing red and orange streaks.
    • Scientists' colossal squid exam a kraken good show

      Scientists' colossal squid exam a kraken good show

      Tuesday, September 16 2014 11:03 PM EDT2014-09-17 03:03:02 GMT
      It was a calm morning in Antarctica's remote Ross Sea, during the season when the sun never sets, when Capt. John Bennett and his crew hauled up a creature with tentacles like fire hoses and eyes like dinner...
      It was a calm morning in Antarctica's remote Ross Sea, during the season when the sun never sets, when Capt. John Bennett and his crew hauled up a creature with tentacles like fire hoses and eyes like dinner plates...
    • California nudist camp accused of stealing water

      California nudist camp accused of stealing water

      Tuesday, September 16 2014 11:02 PM EDT2014-09-17 03:02:59 GMT
      Officials in Northern California are accusing a nudist resort of stealing water during the state's historic drought.
      Officials in Northern California are accusing a nudist resort of stealing water during the state's historic drought.
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      Plain Gardening starts under the beautiful Bruce Larsen butterfly sculpture at Mobile Botanical Gardens—that fits right in with today's topic.
      Plain Gardening starts under the beautiful Bruce Larsen butterfly sculpture at Mobile Botanical Gardens—that fits right in with today's topic.
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      Plain Gardening: Naked Ladies

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      Today on Plain Gardening, Bill Finch of Mobile Botanical Gardens is talking about NAKED LADIES!
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      Bill Finch of Mobile Botanical Gardens say citrus seems to be doing great this year; better than might be expected considering our very cold winter.
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