Cassie Fambro, WKRG

Cassie Fambro


Mobile, AL, United States

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Past articles by Cassie:

WAIT IS OVER: Mayor Names Mark Sealy as Mobile Fire Chief

MOBILE, AL (WKRG) — Less than 24 hours after a News 5 Investigation, Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson has announced his selection for Mobile Fire Chief. Stimpson says the job has been offered to District Chief Paul Sealy, who was one of five finalists for the position of Chief of Mobile Fire-Rescue. Developing story… more to follow. → Read More

Gov. Kay Ivey visiting Port City, here’s where you can get food and see fireworks

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey will be making her first appearance as Governor in Mobile on Friday, marking the state’s bicentennial. → Read More

State Testing Affected by Severe Weather

State testing has been hindered by severe weather at some schools. → Read More

Mobile Teen ticketed doing 127 MPH

A Mobile teenager was clocked driving 127 mph on Interstate 10 last Friday → Read More

Governor Robert Bentley avoid questions in Mobile as impeachment hearing nears

Alabama Governor Robert Bentley would not answer any questions about looming impeachment today. → Read More

Daphne parks effort makes way for more baseball fields, tennis courts

Baseball, softball and tennis fans in Daphne — check out the plans for the Jubilee City! → Read More

Forest Fire near Citronelle

A forest fire began around 1:15 near Citronelle, according to authorities. It’s near Celeste Road and Highway 45, south of Citronelle, on Kelly Trace. No homes are threatened as of now. There are several small fires, most are out. The forestry commission was called in to assist volunteers. News 5 will have more on News 5 this morning. → Read More

All Animals at Mobile Zoo Moving to New Homes After Zoo Owner’s Arrest

The animals that were reportedly mistreated and malnourished at the now-closed Mobile Zoo are on the way to their new homes. → Read More

See the list of 138 JC Penny Stores to close

Stores are closing in multiple states as big-box stores continue to lose profits to online retailers. → Read More

‘Baby Justice’ celebrates third birthday after fire almost killed her

Baby Justice was just 8-months-old when a fire almost killed her. → Read More

2 suspects in Theodore Dirt Pit murder enter plea

Devon Watson, 16, and Billy Southammavong, 17, were both in court Thursday facing murder charges in the recent stabbing death of 18-year-old Gaige Taylor. → Read More

Mobile Firefighters dealing with ‘brown outs’ and ‘riding short’

“Within the past month, we’ve had a more drastic amount of ladder trucks and engines riding short,” said Waltman. → Read More

Navy week kicks off with a bomb and the mayor jumping out of a plane

The Navy is pulling out all the stops for the occasion, which began Thursday. → Read More

StoryCorps in Mobile archiving local folks’ stories

The StoryCorps Airstream is currently stationed at Cooper Riverside Park with one goal in mind — getting people to talk. StoryCorps is a national project visiting ten cities this year, Mobile… → Read More

At 97, Local Barber Still Teaching Local Youth Career and Life Skills

At 97 years old, Issac White Sr. is still teaching, and trying to give young people a better life. He’s been cutting hair since 1944, and opened White’s Barber College with a mission i… → Read More

Dauphin Island Schools Closed Due to Power Outage

Schools on Dauphin Island will not be in session on Wednesday due to the power outage. → Read More

Dauphin Island Starts off the Mardi Gras Season

Mardi Gras season didn’t come a second too soon for the thousands of people lining Bienville Boulevard Saturday afternoon. Mobile County Sheriff’s deputies estimated the crowd to be about 22,000 people who braved the chill. The season is just getting started. Check out for the whole parade schedule. → Read More

Coast Guard Airlifts man From Carnival Triumph

The Coast Guard helped save a man’s life Thursday night → Read More

LifeSouth Blood Centers Urgently Need Blood Donations

LifeSouth Community Blood Centers need your help — they’re on emergency need status. → Read More

‘Women’s March Mobile’ draws hundreds of men and women

The Women’s March in Washington happened today, with thousands turning out in support of political and social issues related to the core concept of equality. → Read More