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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

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'No credible sightings' of Waffle House shooting suspect as manhunt continues, police say Police continued their intensive search Monday for the 29-year-old suspected of opening fire at a Tennessee Waffle House and killing four people one day earlier. - The Metro Nashville Police Department Outrage growing over black woman's arrest in Alabama Waffle House by white police officers - Censored: Saraland Police arrest woman at Waffle House, exposing her breasts - The treatment of a 25-year-old black Mobile woman who was arrested early Sunday morning inside a Waffle House 'I'm Not a Hero,' Says Unarmed Man Who Wrested Rifle From Waffle House Gunman - For the latest on the Waffle House shooting, read Monday's live updates.

Person shot after crash on Interstate access road in Mobile

Mobile police are looking for the person who shot another person after they were involved in a traffic crash on an Interstate service road in Mobile. Police responded to the 4200 block of East I-65 Service Road around 7:50 p.m. Sunday in reference to a crash and one person shot.

Do 1,700 families generate 80 percent of the crime in Mobile?

Alabama state Sen. Bill Hightower raised a few eyebrows during a debate among Republican candidates for governor when he traced a large portion of crime to a small portion of families in Mobile. Joining Hightower at the April 18 debate were Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle and evangelist Scott Dawson, all of whom are hoping to replace incumbent Gov. Kay Ivey as the Republican nominee after the June 5 primary.

Bill Hightower, in 'uphill battle' to governor's...

Sen. Bill Hightower of Mobile speaks during the Alabama Republican gubernatorial debate hosted by Reckon by and ABC 33/40 on Wednesday, April 18, 2018, at the Lyric Theatre in Birmingham. she called me and said she was getting into the race.

Tanker fire on Zeigler Boulevard in Mobile

Investigators said the wreck happened around 4 p.m. near Athey Road. Once they learned the truck was carrying a load of gasoline, Mobile firefighters evacuated a two-block radius of homes and businesses.

After tragic murders, shootings, Mobile's crime rate could hit 5 year high

MOBILE AL: When police found 58-year-old Fonda Poellnitz's bloodied, lifeless body in the gutter outside her home, across the street from Three Mile Creek River, no one knew the horror that would come next. In the moment she was shot dead, Poellnitz left behind two cherished children.

Outrage growing over black woman's arrest in Alabama Waffle House by white police officers

The treatment of a 25-year-old black Mobile woman who was arrested early Sunday morning inside a Waffle House in Saraland by white Saraland Police officers is quickly driving outrage in Alabama and beyond. Chikesia Clemons, whose arrest was captured on graphic video that is currently going viral on social media, will be speaking to members of the Mobile County NAACP Branch Sunday afternoon.

Man who jumped into water along Causeway found dead

UPDATE: Spanish Fort Police identified the man who drowned Saturday as 25-year-old Amos Lee Rudolph, Jr. Of Mobile. Investigators said an autopsy will be performed by the Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences to determine the cause of death.

Ever Heard of a Rain Porch?

In the South we make the claim that porch season extends to three seasons a year. With the additions of the almighty ceiling fan, screening, and a fireplace it is entirely possible to enjoy 270 nights and days on the porch except for rainy days and stormy nights.

AG: Alabama Court of Appeals upholds felony murder conviction of Hiawatha Robinson

Attorney General Steve Marshall announced the Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals has upheld the felony murder conviction of Hiawatha Robinson. Robinson, 42, of Semmes, was convicted in Mobile County Circuit Court in September of 2016 for the murder of his daughter, Hiawayi Robinson.

Mobile police offer $5,000 reward in Easter shooting

Mobile Police Chief Lawrence Battiste discusses the investigation into a fatal Easter Sunday shooting on April 19, 2018. Justice for a McGill-Toolen Catholic High School student fatally shot on Easter Sunday could come down to a tip from the public -- and the Mobile Police Department is offering a $5,000 reward for that tip.

ALEA: Storms possibly a factor in fatal Bayway wreck

Four days after a line of strong storms swept across the state, the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency has identified a Semmes woman killed in a Bayway wreck in which heavy rain may have been a factor. According to information released Wednesday by ALEA, the three-vehicle crash occurred about 9:45 p.m. Saturday, April 14, on westbound I-10 at the 29.5 mile marker.

One dead after midtown Mobile house fire

A man was found dead at the scene of a Wednesday morning residential fire in midtown Mobile, according to the Mobile Fire-Rescue Department. According to information released Wednesday by the MFRD, crews responded at about 6:49 a.m. to a report of smoke and flames visible from a guest home behind a residence.

Deadly Prichard Police shooting needs review: Alabama Rep.

An Alabama state representative is calling for a federal investigation into the death of Prichard man at the hands of a police officer in November 2017. Napoleon Bracy has called on the Department of Justice Civil Rights Division to look into the death of Lawrence Hawkins, 56, after a Prichard Police Officer killed him during a traffic stop.

Reckon by hosts GOP gubernatorial debate tonight

The second debate among Republican candidates for governor will take place Wednesday night in downtown Birmingham at the historic Lyric Theater. Gov. Kay Ivey, who is seeking to be elected governor for the first time, will not attend.

For the Record

Suspicious Vehicle: 2:40 a.m. at Riebes Auto Parts, Clark Rd. On view of vehicle. Contacted involved, no problems.

Is the KKK Tax-Exempt as a Religious Organization?

On 13 April 2018, a meme circulating on social media reported that the Ku Klux Klan - a virulently violent organization that has become historically synonymous with institutional racism in the United States - had been given tax-exempt status as a religious organization: Although some hate groups do have tax-exempt status, the Ku Klux Klan as an overarching organization does not. According Heidi Beirich of the hate group watchdog Southern Poverty Law Center , the KKK no longer exists as a national organization.

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