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Muggier morning for Memorial Day
MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - It’s a muggier morning with temperatures starting off in the mid to upper 60s as of 5 a.m. We will see clouds increase throughout your Memorial Day Monday, but the rain chances will be very isolated and spotty and only showing up in the afternoon. The gloomier sky will be with us most of the day with a high reaching close to 90 degrees. Expect our humidity levels to steadily rise over the next several days.
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...
Mobile bar named 1 of 7 ‘best beer bars’ in South: Garden & Gun
MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — Garden & Gun Magazine released seven of the south’s best beer bars and one spot in Mobile made the list. LoDa Bier Garten first opened in 2011 in downtown Mobile is named after the lower Dauphin Street neighborhood. The local establishment has a tap list of 102 of rotating ales and […]
MPD: 1 man shot at Dollar Tree on Moffett Road
MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - The Mobile Police Department is investigating a shooting after they say a male victim was shot by a known male subject at the Dollar Tree on Moffett Road. Investigators say the victim drove his vehicle to the Wal Mart Neighborhood Market on North University Boulevard and...
Man dead after car collides with train in Mobile, neighbors say these crashes are preventable
MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — The Mobile Police Department is investigating a train crash that left one man dead on Forest Hill Drive on Saturday morning. Two neighborhoods are nearby the railroad tracks, and residents there say these kinds of accidents are preventable. Mobile Police and Mobile Fire Rescue went to the railroad crossing on Forest […]
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 […]
Michael Woolf: Man takes paternity test before killing wife & son
MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — A man took his wife and son to get a paternity test because he didn’t believe the boy was his son. Is this paternity test what led to their untimely demise? This is the story of Angel and Ayden Woolf. WKRG News 5 is looking back at the crimes that shocked […]
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.
$14.6M Coffee Island Restoration: Protecting coastal communities and keeping oysters on our plates
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...
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.
GulfQuest Museum offering free admission for military personnel, families through Labor Day
MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — GulfQuest Museum will be offering free admission to military personnel and their families through Labor Day on September 4. You can bring up to five family members. GulfQuest Museum is joining museums across the country as part of the Blue Star Museums initiative. Military personnel includes those serving with the Air […]
Mobile mother who lost son in Iraq War remembering him for Memorial Day
MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — Kathleen Faircloth lost her only son Bradley while he was serving in Iraq on the day after Thanksgiving in 2004. For most people, Memorial Day is a time of vacation and celebration, but Kathleen hopes people remember the true meaning behind the holiday. Kathleen remembers learning the news that Bradley was […]
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...
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 […]
Phase 2 of Twelve Mile Creek stabilization starting May 30
MOBILE, Ala. (WPMI) — On Tuesday, May 30, the City of Mobile will begin work on the second phase of the Three Mile Creek Watershed Restoration project. This roughly 10-month project will stabilize the existing conditions in Twelve Mile Creek from East Drive to University Blvd. Once completed, it will help reduce sedimentation, prevent property loss from erosion, improve water quality and protect the area’s marine resources. This is a continuation of work currently underway in Twelve Mile Creek between Museum Drive and University Blvd.
33 Teams in 33 Days: Faith Academy Rams
MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — Next up on WKRG’s “33 Teams in 33 Days” spring special is the Faith Academy Rams. WKRG sports director Simone Eli and weekend sports anchor Gerhard Mathangani provide an inside look into the Rams, who are coming off one of the best seasons in program history. The Rams went 11-3 overall with a […]
Mobile museum named 1 of 6 best new museums in U.S. by National Geographic
MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — An article from National Geographic has named one of Mobile’s newest museums as one of the best in 2023. The Africatown Heritage House will open to the public for the first time on July 8, 2023. In 2019, Mobile made national headlines when historians found remains of the Clotilda in Mobile […]
Mobile ranked among cities with lowest cost for raising child: Report
MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — Raising a child is a major expense, with reports saying the average cost to raise a child in the United States is over $20,000 annually. If you’re an only parent, that cost can go up more than $3,000. According to a report by SmartAsset, Mobile ranked among some of the cities […]
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