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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.
Local Newspapers: Mobile Press-Register
Local Sports Teams: Mobile BayBears (Double A Baseball)
Local Colleges: University of South Alabama
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Navy ship arrives in San Diego for first time
A new Navy ship has arrived at its homeport in San Diego for the first time. The future USS Omaha has been out at sea for the last eight months.A Year After the Women's March, "We Haven't Stopped"
Janet Habib had always considered herself a "quiet activist." A retired teacher in Mobile, Alabama, she had protested the Vietnam War in college, volunteered with Amnesty International for many years, and long kept up with political issues.Women's marches in Alabama to focus on 2018 midterms, reflect on Doug Jones win
The Women's March in Washington, D.C. drew massive crowds on Jan. 21, 2017. To commemorate the one-year anniversary of the march, several cities in Alabama will hold sister marches or events on Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018.A slow thaw
Area residents bundled up against the cold and some yards turned into sparking ice sculptures as overnight tempertures dipped to 19 degrees early Thursday. The National Weather Service in Mobile, Alabama, issued a hard freeze warning for an area including Escambia, Santa Rosa and Okaloosa counties through Friday mornng.Neel-Schaffer makes moves in Alabama offices
Chris Sellers has been promoted to a senior vice president role based in its Birmingham office. Sellers joined Neel-Schaffer in 1999 and now oversees the firm's operations in Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina.No vote yet on bill to change Alabama's online sales tax program
Greg Cochran of the Alabama League of Municipalities speaks to the Alabama Senate Finance and Taxation General Fund Committee about Alabama's online sales tax program.( An Alabama Senate committee debated but did not vote today on a bill that would change the state's program for taxing online sales that would otherwise go untaxed. Changes could be coming, at least in part, because of Amazon's acquisition of Whole Foods and how that could affect Amazon's collection of taxes on sales to Alabama customers.Mobile County Commission approves opioid lawsuit
Mobile County Commissioners voted Thursday to join a nationwide wave of litigation against companies that make and distribute opioid pain medications. In doing so, they voted to follow a path already taken by an assortment of Alabama counties.Job fairs set for Mobile's Walmart distribution hub
An aerial photo from 2017 shows the site where a gigantic Walmart distribution hub is being built in Mobile County west of Mobile. Mobile County Commissioner Jerry Carl posted information about three hiring events on his Facebook page, saying that "here is the information everyone has been waiting on."7 Things to Do
A reception will celebrate the artists showcased in the Carnegie Visual Arts Center's latest exhibit "Spectrum: Diverse Creations by Alabama Artists." Artists with work on display include landscape painter Susan Downing-White of Mobile, sculptor Mircea Lacatus of Huntsville, folk artist Charlie "Tin Man" Lucas of Selma and the late Sarah Carlisle Towery of Alexander City.Murder suspect out on bond arrested for breaking into cars
Mobile County Sheriff's deputies have made an arrest in a string of car burglaries in West Mobile and other parts of Mobile County. Investigators say 24-year-old Jesse Lane is responsible for a lot of vehicle burglaries since Christmas.Report: Mason Rudolph to Miss Senior Bowl Due to Foot Injury, Won't Need Surgery
Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph was hoping to build his draft stock at the upcoming Senior Bowl, but a left foot sprain will prevent him from competing, per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. The good news is the injury will not require surgery and Rudolph will still attend activities next week in Mobile, Alabama, including interviews and measurements.Donald Griffith Takes the win on Tensaw
Donald Griffith of Robertsdale, AL is one step closer to American Fishing Tour national championship with a win on the Tensaw River. Division 41 held its fifth one day qualifier on 1/13/2018 on the Tensaw River.Flights delays, area closings due to severe weather
Several businesses and organizations are announcing closing for Tuesday, January 16 and Wednesday, January 17 due to severe weather moving into our area. Tuesday night's Fairhope Town Hall meeting has been canceled due to projected winter weather conditions, according to a tweet by the City of Fairhope.Franklin engineering firm names new CEO
Volkert Inc., an infrastructure engineering firm, has named a new CEO. According to a news release, Jerry Stump is assuming the leadership role at the nearly 100-year-old company, succeeding Perry Hand.Nanny-to-the-stars Connie Simpson has a book deal
The caretaker known as Nanny Connie has a book coming out in April, Gallery Books told The Associated Press on Tuesday. "The Nanny Connie" draws on Simpson's upbringing in Mobile, Alabama, and her time with clients such as Matt Damon, Emily Blunt and Justin Timberlake.One Year After Women's March, More Activism But Less Unity
Women's March Inc., which organized the event in Washington, has encouraged more protests. But a new group is focused on winning elections, especially in red states.'Impeach Trump,' nation's race relations looms on minds of MLK Jr. Day marchers
Kenneth Law didn't want to mince words displaying his feelings about President Donald Trump. His sign said it all.
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