Gabby Easterwood, WHNT

Gabby Easterwood


Mobile, AL, United States

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Past articles by Gabby:

Nia Bradley’s attorney says alleged misuse of funding was all legitimate

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — The former Prichard Water Board manager Nia Bradley and her husband Anthony were in court Thursday for the questionable spending at Prichard Water Board. Nia Bradley’s alleged misuse of Water Board money wasn’t even the initial focus of the DA’s investigation. The initial investigation centered on the theft of a food […] → Read More

Health Department says formula shortage in Mobile County is a great issue

The formula shortage is still ongoing nationwide and the Mobile County Health Department says parents who don't have government assistance could be seeing the most issues. → Read More

Citizens present a potential merge of Creola into Satsuma

MOBILE COUNTY, Ala. (WKRG) — A meeting was held with concerning the potential merger of Satsuma with Creola. Two cities, potentially becoming one. A merger has been presented by a group of residents that would annex Creola into Satsuma creating over a 200% increase in square miles and an additional 1800 residents. A meeting was […] → Read More

11 arrested in Mobile gambling ring sting

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — 11 people were arrested Wednesday for an illegal gambling ring bust. Mobile Police’s Narcotics/Vice Unit executed a search warrant at multiple homes on Highland Avenue.As a result of the search, 32 grams of marijuana was seized along with $4,022 in gambling proceeds, and one firearm was taken for safekeeping. Police said […] → Read More

Event promoting legalization of cannabis set for downtown Mobile

Mobile, Ala. (WKRG) — An event dedicated to the legalization of cannabis is taking place Wednesday in downtown Mobile. “420 Bienville Square” is the first event of its kind in Mobile. The event aims to decriminalize cannabis. It’s happening Wednesday, April 20, and is hosted by Cannabama, the cannabis store located in downtown Mobile. The […] → Read More

Mobile Co. Commission approves $15 million for downtown airport project

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — Another milestone was met Monday, March 28 in the Mobile Downtown Airport project as the Mobile County Commission approved $15 million. The funding puts the airport authority at a comfortable $207 million accounted for. Originally, there was a $30 million dollar ask, but the commission approved $15 million. “Its a balancing […] → Read More

Mobile County Judge rebuffs mayor, police chief’s news conference on recent violence

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — In front of his courtroom Tuesday morning, before hearing bond and preliminary hearings, a Mobile Judge called Mayor Sandy Stimpson and Mobile Police Chief Paul Prine’s news conference addressing the violence in the city ‘childish.’ The comments came in response to Mayor Stimpson’s news conference Monday after a violent weekend in […] → Read More

South students raise concerns over white-supremacy posters showing up on campus

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — There is concern from University of South Alabama students as white-supremacy group posters have shown up on campus last month. It was a normal day for Matthew Kowalski as he was heading to class at Shelby Hall when he saw a poster that read “Patriot Front” and instantly knew what it […] → Read More

Petition made for stricter rules on Mardi Gras throws

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — Mardi Gras has come and gone in Mobile, but there are lots of discussions online sparking about the safety of the carnival season in our city. It wouldn’t be the sounds of Mobile Mardi Gras without screams from revelers hoping to catch something good. But after this carnival season, there are […] → Read More

Crewe of Columbus celebrates 100 years of revelry

Crewe of Columbus has a rich history with a grand celebration 100 years in the making. The Crewe of Columbus' history, not only celebrated through the streets of downtown Mobile, but they're also featured in an exhibit at the Mobile Carnival Museum. → Read More

MAMGA Queen and King celebrate Mardi Gras at Just 4 school

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — Members of Mobile Area Mardi Gras Association visited a local elementary school Thursday to celebrate Mardi Gras with community service. The Mobile Area Mardi Gras Association Community Service Day visited Just 4 Developmental Lab, MCPSS only 4-year-old Pre-K for this special Mardi Gras celebration. The MAMGA Queen and King and Junior […] → Read More

Mobile artist’s coloring book used to inspire student’s at local elementary school for BHM

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — A local author/artist’s work was used for a Black History Month project at a local Mobile elementary school. A group of students at Leinkauf Elementary School got a special treat for their Black History Projects last week. The school counselor Brittany Powe-Inge choose a local artist/author Derrick Foster’s work as her […] → Read More

Former Prichard Water Works & Sewer Board manager taken into custody

PRICHARD, Ala. (WKRG) — The DA’s office confirmed the Former Prichard Water Works & Sewer Board manager has been taken into custody. Nia Bradley, was arrested on Wednesday, Feb 23. Bradley was the name on the PWWSB cards for purchasing Gucci, Louis Vuitton, and other high-end products. Bradley is being charged with aggravated theft by […] → Read More

Late former Prichard mayor welcomed home by loved ones

MOBILE COUNTY, Ala. (WKRG) — A former Prichard Mayor and longtime public servant dies over the weekend, his body returned home to Prichard Monday night. Family, former and current city leaders, and friends all gathered along St. Stephens Road as former Mayor Ron Davis was escorted by Prichard Police back home. His death was unexpected […] → Read More

New aquatic center proposed; County Commission asks MCPSS for funding

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — A new aquatic center could be coming to Mobile to be used by Mobile County Public School System students, if the system backs funding. Eight out of the 12 of Mobile County public high schools sponsor competitive swimming teams, yet none of those athletes have access to a pool of their […] → Read More

Neighbor says shootings on Cheshire Drive happened at the same home

Mobile, Ala. (WKRG) — Two shootings in nearly 24 hours at the same home in Mobile, one of which killed a 14-year-old boy. Tuesday night a 14-year-old boy was shot and killed outside of a residence on Cheshire Drive, and just Wednesday night another shooting. It was, barely 24 hours after the 14-year-old boy was […] → Read More

Conde Cavaliers bringing Mardi Gras to Mobile seniors and students

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — The Conde Cavaliers are kicking off Mardi Gras season by bringing the parades to several retirement homes and schools. The Cavaliers started the Mardi Gras festivities early this morning by parading inside 5 retirement homes and specialty schools in Mobile. People who won’t be able to come out to the parades […] → Read More

Attorney for former Prichard Water manager speaks out

Prichard, Ala. (WKRG) — Residents are outraged after a report came to light showing Prichard Water Board members spending millions of dollars in credit charges over a three-year period. The former manager’s attorney is speaking out now. Most of the charges, including those luxury purchases at Louis Vuitton and Gucci were by the former manager […] → Read More

Pregnant woman ran over with her own car during carjacking

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — Mobile Police are investigating a carjacking where one woman was run over with her own car. The carjacking happened on Feb. 6 at about 1:28 a.m. Officers were called to a Chevron gas station at Azalea Road for a report of a carjacking. The victim told officers that she went into […] → Read More

MCHD shares new CDC guidance for child care programs

Mobile, Ala. (WKRG) — New recommendations for early childhood education programs have been released by the CDC. The Mobile County Health Department shared on their Facebook new guidelines for operating Early Care and Education/Child Care Programs. The CDC recommends universal indoor masking in ECE programs for everyone 2 years of age and older, regardless of vaccination […] → Read More