City leaders in Bayou La Batre are considering a 1% occupational tax for workers who live out of town and businesses.
Police are investigating the city's 17th homicide of 2015. On October 8, officers were notified about a gun-shot victim outside a St. Stephens Wood Apartment building.
For 44 years the Shrimp Festival has been luring crowds to Gulf Shores. Opening day didn't disappoint. Organizers have been pleasing festival goers with an easy recipe -- by playing some good music and cooking great food.
After a Mobile County Jury found Mendy Wood Kent guilty of using children in her family for sex, all 12 jurors made an independent decision to donate their county compensation checks to the Child Advocacy Center (CAC) of Mobile.