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Mobile International Speedway looks to get back on track
Eddie Shoemaker, the new manager of Mobile International Speedway, wants to get drivers on the track again after the Irvington half-mile oval has gone almost two months without racing. “Our first goal is to get our racers back on the racetrack,” Shoemaker said in a statement released by Mobile International...
Alabama’s Coffee Island restoration is keeping oysters on our plates and so much more
The Nature Conservancy (TNC) in Alabama announced earlier last month that it was awarded more than $27 million of $265 million in transformational habitat restoration and coastal resilience funding from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), or about 10 percent of the total award. The funding will be split...
Vigor HS community calling on school board to bring back principal placed on leave
PRICHARD, Ala. (WPMI) — Students, parents, and alumni were out at Vigor High School today, demanding the school's principal be returned to his job. At the end of march, we told you that Principal Gerald Cunningham was placed on administrative leave due to a personnel issue. The school system has not given us, or anyone else, any more details. The folks outside the school today say they want some answers. Questions they say need to be answered before the start of the next school year.
David Rainer: Deepwater Horizon settlement projects surpass $1B
With the conflict among deer hunting factions at an all-time low, Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR) Commissioner Chris Blankenship used last weekend’s Conservation Advisory Board meeting in Huntsville to update the Board on the numerous projects in the state under ADCNR oversight. A milestone was surpassed...
Huge Bundle Of Cocaine Recently Found Washed Ashore In Alabama
Imagine walking down the shoreline of beautiful Orange Beach, enjoying the breeze. The golden sand between your toes and letting the sound of the waves soothe your mind on a summer day. Birds are chirping, families are out enjoying their beach day, and kids are flying kites nearby. While in...
Familiar face is the new superintendent of the Jackson County School District
JACKSON, Miss. — When students show up for school in the fall, a new leader with a familiar face will be in place for Mississippi's Jackson County School District. Assistant Superintendent David Baggett was chosen to lead the district from a field of nine applicants, the district said in a news release Friday.
Mobile County District Attorney investigating unlicensed pool contractor
MOBILE, Ala. (WPMI) — The Prim family paid for a backyard oasis. What they got instead is anything but. “It looks like a bomb went off,” said Ty Prim. Prim says demo debris littered his yard for months, the pool pump was incorrectly installed, and for well over a year, they've been waiting on the decking.
Mobile man, woman to be tried as adults for murder in alleged Randlett Drive ambush
MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - A judge on Wednesday denied “youthful offender” status to two people charged with felony murder in the death of a man on Randlett Drive in 2021. Selena Grace Tisdale, 21, and Jaravien Allen-White, 19, were younger than 21 at the time of the incident, making them eligible for youthful offender. If granted, their records would have been sealed and their punishment would have been capped at three years, if convicted.
James E. Kennedy, one of first African-American faculty members at USA passes away
MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — Professor James E. Kennedy, one of the first African-American faculty members at the University of South Alabama and long-time Mobile County Public Schools administrator, passed away Saturday. He was 89 years old. Kennedy, a Jackson, Miss. native and longtime Mobilian, leaves behind his wife, four children and three grandchildren. A Central […]
FULL INTERVIEW: David Baggett named new Jackson County School Superintendent
The retirement home hosts a ceremony in honor of Memorial Day. MHP is expecting increased traffic. Gulfport woman receives gift of a lifetime after losing home, 3 loved ones. One Gulfport resident who lost her home to a hurricane three years ago was gifted a brand new house on Friday by Habitat for Humanity and its community partners.
Irvington man dies after crashing into tree: ALEA
MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — An Irvington man died Monday night after he drove off the roadway and hit a tree off Padgett Switch Road, according to a release from the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency. Kristopher N. Bradley, 46, was pronounced dead on scene. ALEA said Bradley was not wearing a seatbelt. No further information is […]
Mobile County Sheriff’s Office employees have worked 700,000 overtime hours since 2018
MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - Employees at the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office have logged more than 700,000 overtime hours since the start of 2018, according to records provided Thursday to FOX10 News. Financial data show that the Sheriff’s Office already has blown through its overtime budget for the entire fiscal...
Mobile Co. DA’s Office investigates pool contractor complaints
MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — The Mobile County District Attorney’s Office is investigating contractor complaints after several people paid tens of thousands of dollars for pools that are either not finished or not working. James Gill, the contractor, tells WKRG he has been in the business for 23 years and has paid out nearly $18,000 in […]
Parking lot improvements first of upgrades at Billy Goat Hole on Dauphin Island
DAUPHIN ISLAND, Ala. (WKRG) — Improvements to the parking lot are just the first of planned upgrades at Billy Goat Hole Public Boat Ramp on Dauphin Island. The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (Outdoor Alabama) outlined the improvements this week. Billy Goat Hole Public Boat Ramp is on Bienville Boulevard next to the […]
‘It ain’t right’: MCPSS employees upset pay going from biweekly to monthly
MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — Some employees with the Mobile County Public School System are upset knowing their pay will go from biweekly to once a month this summer. Custodians, painters, bus drivers and other positions are switching to the new pay system. The employees met with the Alabama Education Association on MCPSS’s Central Campus located […]
Large bundle of ‘suspected’ cocaine washes ashore in Dauphin Island: Sheriff
DAUPHIN ISLAND, Ala. (WKRG) — The Mobile County Sheriff’s Office said a “large bundle containing several packages of suspected cocaine” was found by walkers in the area of Dauphin Island west end beach Saturday, according to a release. MCSO shared photos of the suspected cocaine. In one photo, there are 20 packages of suspected cocaine. […]
Prosecution pauses for woman who allegedly hit jail nurse on backside
MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - The Mobile County District Attorney’s Office has decided to temporarily stop prosecuting a woman accused of sexual misconduct at Metro Jail. Now that the case has been temporarily paused, Bethany Brewer wanted to share how it has flipped her life upside down. She said the night of her arrest has haunted her and she wants a fresh start.
Prosecutors say Alabama police chief didn’t steal overtime payments, request charges be dropped
MOBILE, Ala. (AP) — Prosecutors are asking to drop theft charges against a former police chief in suburban Mobile. Mobile County District Attorney Keith Blackwood told WALA-TV on Monday that prosecutors found evidence of “dubious bookkeeping” but concluded Jerry Taylor wasn’t illegally receiving overtime pay when he was police chief in Creola.
Big winners: Moss Point woman and grandson win Wheel of Fortune
MOSS POINT, Miss. (WLOX) - There you have it!. Congratulations to Moss Point’s Retta Alexander and her grandson Julian for winning Tuesday’s episode of Wheel of Fortune. After a series of virtual interviews to enter the competition, the duo received the green light to travel to California and play on the game show.
Anglers gear-up for recreational Red Snapper season in Alabama
DAUPHIN ISLAND, Ala. (WKRG) — For the first time this year, anglers can finally start reeling in Red Snapper. The recreational season starts on Friday and some people spent Thursday morning preparing for the big day. One angler says he’s been coming to Dauphin Island for Red Snapper season for the past 10 years. He was […]
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