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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
Alabama serves its own when disaster, or life strikes

An Alabama A&M student picks vegetables to be bagged and donated to local food pantries and soup kitchens. ) When disaster strikes, Alabamians are always there to help their neighbors rebuild after tornadoes, clean up after floods, help recover from hurricanes.

How all areas of Alabama embrace the mirth, mystique and economic boon of Mardi Gras

"I remember standing there and saying, 'You really ought to try and do an event, maybe a ball and bring Mardi Gras to Decatur,'" said Blankenship, the president and CEO of the Coastal Alabama Partnership. "I was doing it kind of tongue and cheek.

Things to do in Mobile, Feb. 19-25

The highly interactive exhibit "Shipwreck! Pirates and Treasure" at GulfQuest Museum opened Feb. 18, taking guests on an exciting journey through thousands of years of maritime history. The exhibit features more than 500 authentic artifacts recovered from deep ocean shipwrecks with robotic technology.

Contracts For Feb. 17, 2017

Doyon Utilities LLC, Fairbanks, Alaska, has been awarded a maximum $307,227,199 modification to a 50-year contract incorporating interim tariff rates as ordered by the Regulatory Commission of Alaska. This is a regulated tariff contract.

Gun used in Valentine's Day murder possibly stolen during Mardi Gras parade, police say

The Mobile Police Department said that 15-year-old Nia Savage was shot and killed at a home in the 500 block of Crenshaw Street on Tuesday evening. The Mobile Police Department believes that the gun used in the Valentine's Day homicide of 15-year-old Nia Savage, was possibly stolen from an unlocked vehicle at last Saturday's Mardi Gras parade.

WALA through the years

What looked to most people like one building was actually three smaller buildings with a faade that masked the fact. The buildings were our main studio, the old Glidden Paint store and an auto parts store.

Rolling Stone names two Alabama acts among list of rising country stars

Mobile based country acts Walker Hayes and Muscadine Bloodline were honored by Rolling Stone on a list of "Country Artists You Need to Know" in February 2017. Following a landmark year for Alabama music in 2016, it seems as if many of the major eyes in the music industry are still focused on the state.

Chief Slac returning to front of Joe Cain Procession as logistical headaches for parade...

Wayne Dean Sr., dressed as Cain's Indian chief character, Slacabamarinico, leads the foot marchers in the annual Joe Cain Day Procession in downtown Mobile, Ala., on Sunday Feb. 15, 2015. The Joe Cain Parading Society says that Dean and the foot marchers received their permit to lead the procession on Sunday, Feb. 26, 2017, reversing a two-year trend of Dean and the foot marchers trailing the parading society.

Officer of the Month Jeremy Burch for January 2017

The Mobile Police Department has named Jeremy Burch Officer of the Month for January 2017. Working in patrol since 2013, Burch is assigned to the First Precinct Field Operations Division.

Illuminati conspiracies, meth addiction discussed during bond hearing for Mobile man...

A Mobile District Court judge issued no bond for Matthew Ryan Howard, 24, during a his hearing on Friday morning. Howard is accused of murdering 18-year-old Eric Wood of Georgia who's body was discovered in Semmes by Mobile County Sheriff's Office deputies on Dec. 12, 2016.

Missing Home Depot worker not the type to a take offa

Co-workers at Home Depot in Gulfport want to know what happened to Kay Atkins Raines, 68, who went missing more than two weeks ago after she left work. Sgt. Stanley Ladnier of Mobile said information indicates Raines returned to Mobile after she left work at Home Depot on the afternoon of Jan. 29, the last time anyone reports seeing her.

A month into presidency, Trump prepares for a campaign rally

In this Dec. 17, 2016 file photo, then-President-elect Donald Trump speaks during a rally at the Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Ala. President Donald Trump is holding a campaign rally Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017, in the political battleground state of Florida, 1,354 days before the election.

Pyer Moss Creator Kerby Jean-Raymond Talks Activism Through Fashion, Hip-Hop's NYFW Influence

Jean-Claude Jean-Raymond and Kerby Jean-Raymond pose at Pyer Moss at The New Museum on Feb. 14, 2017 in New York City. Pyer Moss may just be the music industry's best-kept fashion secret.

Mobile police arrest man accused of raping 2 victims

Roger Lee McCreary was charged with two counts of first-degree rape Monday in relation to the sexual assault cases. The first victim stated that on Aug. 25 she met a man named "Silk" in the 60 block of South Royal Street at 1:28 a.m. As they were walking by Fort Conde, the victim said Silk allegedly armed himself with a knife and forced her to have sexual contact with him.

College student dies after fall from window at frat party

A University of Southern Mississippi student fell through a closed 11th-story hotel window onto a hotel's fourth-floor pool deck and died, New Orleans police said Tuesday. In an email Tuesday, the coroner's office identified the dead man as 20-year-old Cole D. Whaley, and said he died early Saturday at the DoubleTree hotel from injuries that included multiple skull fractures.

Gun-rights advocates could be very unhappy with Jeff Sessions' Justice Department

In Mobile, Alabama, the federal prosecutor charged with carrying out the directive, known as Operation Triggerlock, did so with zeal. In 1991, Jeff Sessions, then the US Attorney for the Southern District of Alabama, prosecuted 31 gun cases - up from zero the year before.

Mobile's Garrick Ogburn is the happiest chef you'll ever meet

From behind the counter at the tiny cafe inside the Moorer YMCA in downtown Mobile, Garrick Ogburn responds to a customer's request for something sweet. He rushes back into his kitchen, grabbing this and that.

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