- With rise of personal coaches, can anyone still be the QB? Updated: Jul-24-15 1:47 pm
Jackson Burkhalter and Sheldon Layman are slinging a football around a grassy field on a muggy fall evening in Mobile, Alabama, under the watchful eye of David Morris, who spent most of his college football career as Eli Manning's backup and is now tutoring aspiring QBs.
- Initiative gives Mobile police access to 2,000+ camera feeds Updated: Jul-24-15 11:56 am
MOBILE, Alabama - Mobile officials have unveiled a new public safety initiative that will allow police access to more than 2,000 surveillance cameras.
- Ala company picked to design Mobile River bridge Updated: Jul-23-15 3:18 pm
MOBILE, Alabama - A hometown company will design a massive bridge that's being planned across the Mobile River on Alabama's coast.
- Police offices in Mobile shoot man, wounding him Updated: Jul-19-15 11:31 am
MOBILE, Alabama - Police in Mobile shot and wounded a man who they say turned toward them with a weapon.
- Ala. man charged with murder after truck kills pedestrian Updated: Jul-18-15 10:43 am
MOBILE, Alabama - Alabama authorities say a man has been charged with murder for striking and killing a pedestrian with his pickup truck.
- Oil rig repairer files bankruptcy, aims to end worker suits Updated: Jul-13-15 7:26 pm
JACKSON, Mississippi - Warning that it could face as much as $200 million in verdicts for mistreating Indian guest workers, oil rig repairer Signal International of Mobile, Alabama, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Sunday.
- Gulf Coast officials worry over local share of BP settlement Updated: Jul-12-15 4:59 pm
MOBILE, Alabama - Gulf Coast officials worry that their communities won't get their fair share of Alabama's $2.3 billion portion of the BP oil spill settlement.
- Officials look to reduce diesel emissions at Mobile port Updated: Jul-09-15 7:20 pm
MONTGOMERY, Alabama - The Alabama State Port Authority is partnering with the Alabama Department of Environmental Management to reduce emissions from four diesel locomotives at the Port of Mobile.
- Mobile, Alabama, removing Confederate flag from city seal Updated: Jul-07-15 3:57 pm
MOBILE, Alabama - The Mobile City Council voted Tuesday to remove the Confederate flag and other banners from the official seal of city government following complaints that the Old South symbol depicted racism and intolerance.
- Mobile, Alabama, removing Confederate flag from city seal Updated: Jul-07-15 2:22 pm
MOBILE, Alabama - The Mobile City Council is removing the Confederate flag and other banners from the official seal of city government.