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Past articles by Brett:

Faith Academy teacher, coach accused of having sexual contact with student: Mobile Co. Sheriff

UPDATE (3:55 p.m.): Jonathan Sauers is a teacher and boy’s soccer coach at Faith Academy. Sauers has also coached a youth soccer club team called “Mobile United.” UPDATE (3:15 p.m.): Lt. Mark Bailey provided additional details in reference to the arrest. Bailey said MCSO received a call from the parents of a 16-year-old female student […] → Read More

Bond denied for Bank Nightlife, Paparazzi Lounge shooting suspect: Mobile DA

The Mobile County District Attorney's Office said bond was denied Friday morning for the man allegedly involved in the Bank Nightlife September 2022 and Paparazzi Lounge November 2022 shootings. → Read More

Oil rig on fire on east side of Mobile River

UPDATE (3:30 p.m.): Mobile Fire-Rescue Chief Jeremy Lami said the fire started at around 1:45 p.m.. Crews were scrapping and old semi-submersible platform and a cut sparked a fire due to old fuel and oil on the platform. Lami explained how this fire is difficult to put out because of how high the platform is. […] → Read More

1 arrested for allegedly taking woman’s car at gunpoint, Mobile Police searching for other suspect

The Mobile Police Department said they arrested one woman and are searching for another who allegedly took a woman's car at gunpoint on Memory Lane late Monday night, according to a release. → Read More

Mobile Police investigate after man allegedly tries to take car at gunpoint, shoots driver

The Mobile Police Department said they are investigating after a man was allegedly shot at while in his car on Victory Drive Monday afternoon, according to a release. → Read More

Fairhope among USA Today’s Readers’ Choice ‘Best Small Town for Shopping’ in 2023

FAIRHOPE, Ala. (WKRG) — USA Today released its Readers’ Choice awards for “Best Small Town for Shopping” in 2023 and one city along the Eastern Shore made the list. Fairhope was one of 10 cities in the United States to be listed. Fairhope came in at No. 9 and is one of two cities in […] → Read More

South Alabama men’s basketball falls short of NCAA Tournament bid

The South Alabama men’s basketball team fell one game short of a NCAA Tournament berth with a 71-66 loss to Louisiana in the Sun Belt Conference Tournament title game at the Pensacola Bay Center Monday night. → Read More

1 eastbound lane of Bayway shut down, traffic moving slowly

UPDATE (4:50 p.m.): Traffic is now slowly moving in the middle and right lines. MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — A crash has shut down eastbound traffic on the Bayway Monday afternoon near Exit 27/Causeway in Mobile. According to the Alabama Department of Transportation, the crash happened at around 4:12 p.m. on Monday, March 6. Ambulances, police […] → Read More

2 found with gun, drugs, detached catalytic convertor during traffic stop, arrested: Mobile Police

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — The Mobile Police Department said they arrested two people after they were found with a gun, drugs and detached catalytic convertor Saturday night. Roosevelt Westry, 35, and Tiffany Swinney, 38, were arrested. Westry is charged with certain persons forbidden, possession of a controlled substance, drug paraphernalia, obstructing justice using a false […] → Read More

Mobile Symphony Orchestra ‘Musical Romance’ showing at Saenger Theatre this weekend

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — Mobile Symphony Orchestra’s “Musical Romance” will be performing at the Seanger Theatre this weekend. The program features work by William Grant Still, Pyotr Tchaikovsky and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The shows will be Saturday, March 11 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, March 12 at 2:30 p.m.. The conductor is Scott Speck. Joyce Yang […] → Read More

Lewis Bear, philanthropist and businessman, passes away at 82

PENSACOLA, Fla. (WKRG) — President and CEO of the Lewis Bear Company, Lewis Bear Jr., passed away Friday with his family by his side. He was 82. Bear was the president and CEO for more than 30 years. The company was founded in Pensacola in 1876 by Lewis Bear. It is one of the oldest […] → Read More

Baker HS softball dedicates bullpen, retires jersey of player who passed away in 2018

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — Baker High School softball dedicated its bullpen and retired the No. 24 jersey of one of their former players who passed away in December 2018. Meghan Harbuck passed away suddenly at the age of 30. She played for the Baker Honeybees from 2003 to 2007. She helped lead Baker to three […] → Read More

1st Miracle League Field coming to Mobile at future Schmidt Family Park

The Mobile County Board of School Commissioners approved a construction bid for a ballpark off Johnson Road at Schmidt Family Park in west Mobile for children with special-needs Tuesday. → Read More

Baldwin County deputy shoots, kills person in Elsanor

Update: A dispute between neighbors in Elsanor Thursday morning escalated until a Baldwin County Sheriff’s Deputy shot and killed a suspect who approached them with a knife, according to the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office. BCSO said the dispute began at about 10 this morning. Just before 3 Thursday afternoon, a suspect approached a deputy. BCSO […] → Read More

Mobile County judge found guilty of ethics violation, will be reinstated

A Mobile County Juvenile Circuit Judge has been found guilty of violating Canon 3B4 of the Alabama Cannons of Judicial Ethics and censured for appointing his brother-in-law to handle legal matters at the Juvenile Center. → Read More

Jury awards $7M in 2019 sexual assault case against AltaPointe Health

A personal injury law firm obtained a $7 million jury verdict against AltaPointe Health in connection to a November 2019 sexual assault case where a "mentally incapacitated" young man was sexually assaulted at BayPointe Children's Psychiatric Hospital in Mobile, according to a release. → Read More

Mobile Police searching for man caught on camera walking through home, looking in refrigerator

The Mobile Police Department said they are searching for two men who allegedly broke into a person's home. One of the men was caught on camera looking through the victim's refrigerator. → Read More

1 stabbed during road rage incident, woman arrested: Mobile Police

The Mobile Police Department said they arrested a woman for allegedly stabbing a person during a road rage incident on Western Drive at Spring Hill Avenue, according to a release. → Read More

South Alabama men’s basketball preps Sun Belt Conference Tournament

The South Alabama men's basketball team is playing its best basketball of late. The Jaguars have won eight of their last 10 games to finish the regular season with a 16-15 overall record and a 9-9 Sun Belt conference record. → Read More

MCPSS approves contract with baseball umpires, high school season to play on

The ongoing pay dispute between the Alabama High School Athletic Association and local high school baseball umpires has seemingly been resolved two weeks into the season. → Read More