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Located at the mouth of the Mobile River on the Gulf Coast, the city has been under French, English and Spanish control before finally being included in the US in 1813. The city expanded rapidly during the war years as ship building drew thousands to the port town. Mobile proudly boosts 5 of its sons as members of the Baseball Hall of Fame. Only New York and Chicago have more.

Population: 198915
Local Newspapers: Mobile Press-Register
Local Sports Teams: Mobile BayBears (Double A Baseball)
Local Colleges: University of South Alabama

Zip Codes associated with mobile, alabama: 36521 36525 36526 36541 36571 36572 36575 36582 36587 36603 36604 36605 36606 36607 36608 36609 36610 36611 36612 36613 36617 36618 36619 36693 36695
Towns/Cities near mobile, alabama : Spanish Fort Prichard Chickasaw Tillmans Corner Theodore Saraland Satsuma Loxely Dauphi Acres Whistler

Mobile News
New eatery coming to Mobile

A Walk-On's Bistreaux & Bar franchisee and investors paid $3.012 million for a former sports bar restaurant building at 3673 Airport Blvd., in Mobile and plans to open a Louisiana-based Walk-On's in late spring of next year, according to Tim Herrington of Herrington Realty, who represented the buyers. Raymond Faircloth of Delaney Land & Realty worked for the sellers.

Litter has bigger impact on wildlife than just the ugly view

An egret and two mallards look for food next to the trash-littered east bank of Dry Branch Creek. [JERONIMO NISA/DECATUR DAILY] An egret and two mallards look for food next to the trash-littered east bank of Dry Branch Creek.

Winter's coming: Advocates say it's time for Blount Countians to shelter homeless

David Whitlock, a former congressional campaign booster from Mobile, Ala., became homeless after unexpectedly losing his job at a local scrapyard. "It's about to be winter," he says, "and some people won't even have a place to go when it gets 5 degrees."

Man shot dead at Panera Bread on Airport Boulevard; suspect not in custody

A man was shot and killed Saturday night in the parking lot at the Panera Bread location at 3961 Airport Blvd. in Mobile, police told FOX10 News. Police said the suspect is a tall black male who was wearing dark clothing with a hoodie and was armed with a hand gun.

Fire investigators arrest two suspects for fires behind barbecue restaurant in Mobile

According to officials, 33-year-old Timothy Buford and 36-year-old Amber Kuta set fire to a portable toilet, a power line and a section of a nearby building behind Dickey's Barbecue Pit in Westwood Plaza located at 7765 Airport Blvd. The fires took place early Friday morning, just before 1:30 a.m. Fire Rescue crews were called to the scene and are conducting a further investigation into the matter.

Alabama fan arrested for allegedly shooting Auburn fan during heated argument in Mobile

A University of Alabama fan was arrested for shooting an Auburn University fan during a heated argument over the football rivalry on Thursday. Mobile police charged Rodney Alexander, 28, with second-degree assault.

Mobile Police searching for suspect in Cresthaven Road homicide

Ja'Cory Campbell, 24, has active warrants for Murder and Shooting into an Occupied Vehicle. He is considered armed and dangerous.

White Collar Courier: Delivering News and Providing Guidance in White Collar Matters

Before joining Burr & Forman, I was a federal prosecutor for a little over a decade focusing on health care fraud and general white collar matters. In that role, I was a member of a prosecution team that secured guilty verdicts in March of this year against two pain management doctors in Mobile, Alabama following a nearly two month long trial.

Roy Moore's supporters are spreading fake news about the women who...

The strange tale of Roy Moore's Senate candidacy just took another twist Tuesday. A robocall received by a pastor in Mobile, Alabama, purported to be from a Washington Post reporter named Bernie Bernstein.

Jamie Novak Takes the win on Tensaw

Jamie Novak of Daphne, AL won the RAM American Fishing Tour, presented by American Bass Anglers, Alabama - Mobile Division 41 1-day qualifier held November 11th, 2017 on Lake Tensaw. Blasting off from Cliffs Landing near Bay Minette, AL Jamie brought back a five-fish limit that locked in the scales at 11.72 lbs.

Baby boy found dead in trunk during traffic stop in Jackson; mother identified

JACKSON, AL - The Jackson Police Department is investigating the death of a baby boy. According to Chief Jerry Taylor, officers found the baby's body in the trunk of a car during a traffic stop on Highway 43 in Jackson.

Airbus lands massive order; Alabama will help fill it

A rendering provided by Airbus shows an A320neo in Frontier livery. Frontier is scheduled to take delivery of its first Alabama-built jet in 2018.

Bombardier, Toyota, Mazda and the 'worst toys', in today's business news

According to information posted at the company's Facebook page, Serda Brewing will hold an "open day" on Saturday, Nov. 25, followed by a grand opening on Friday, Dec. 1. According to the post, the craft brewery will open at 4 p.m. weekdays and noon on Saturdays and Sundays, closing at 10 p.m. most days but at 11 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays. Bloomberg is reporting that Alabama made the cut from as many as 11 states that were on the short list.

Argument over Alabama, Auburn rivalry ends with man shot in Mobile

A man was shot Monday following an argument over which football team is better: the University of Alabama or Auburn University. Mobile police responded to a call concerning a person who was shot at a motel on East I-65 Service Road South at 7:53 p.m. The victim told authorities he was arguing with another man when the shooter asked him which football team is better.

Why evangelical Christians are defending Roy Moore despite child sex abuse claims

"We took a path away from God," said Debbie Giles, as she waited in a large barn outside of Mobile, Alabama, for the former judge to speak. Another supporter, Donna Atkins, said: "We need someone open to bring God back."

Masked man in 'ninja' attire caught on camera burglarizing Mobile grocery

Mobile County Sheriff's are searching for a man seen on camera stealing from a local market. In a Facebook post, they describe him as a "mysterious 'ninja impersonator.'

Sexual misconduct allegations against Roy Moore make Senate race in...

MOBILE, Ala. Three days after allegations of sexual misconduct with teenage girls hit Alabama's Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore, the race has become a tossup that threatens President Trump's agenda in Congress and has split Republicans over how far they're willing to go to save the seat from a Democrat.

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