7/22/14 Tuesday Live Music Line-up
GULF SHORES, AL — The sea turtles of Gulf Shores are breaking new ground as the city prepares for its first ever Art on Parade program, starring the loggerhead turtle itself. In an effort to bring more art and culture to the city, the Gulf Shores Special Events team has begun an Art on Parade, a program that works to display images of a particularly iconic item around the city.
ORANGE BEACH, AL – Photographer Michelle Stancil took in the show on July 19 and came back with these outstanding images.
Mitchell plead guilty in April to making a video of himself and a minor child engaging in sexually explicit conduct in Orange Beach, Ala., in 2012. He also possessed numerous images and videos of himself with children as young as 12 years of age engaging in sex acts with adults.
GULF SHORES, AL — A male juvenile swimmer went missing on Sunday afternoon in Gulf Shores and darkness suspended an aerial and water surface search. On Monday morning the police department reported “surf conditions have allowed the GSPD Dive Team to resume the search for a missing swimmer. Thoughts and prayers for the family during this difficult time as we continue the search.”
“Good Morning America” asked viewers to share their favorite places in America, and photos from spectacular spots across the country poured into their website. From coast to coast, the audience shared their favorite places, big and small.
DAPHNE, Ala. — The Daphne Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying two men who robbed a fast food restaurant in Daphne on Sunday morning. Police Chief David Carpenter said that between 8 and 8:30 a.m. Sunday two white males wearing bandanas over their faces robbed the Taco Bell location on U.S. 98 at gunpoint.
Work has begun to repair storm damage to ‘Gator Alley in Daphne. The popular tourist spot just off Interstate 10 was broken apart by raging waters during the flooding in late April.
via Repairs Begin at ‘Gator Alley.
MOBILE, Alabama – Another deadline has been missed for an environmental impact study for the new I-10 bridge. The Federal Highway Administration was supposed to have the study signed off by July 21st. That’s after the original deadline set for the beginning of the month.
via Frustrations Mount Over New I-10 Bridge.
BAY MINETTE, Ala. (WPMI) A $250,000 bond has been set for Mobile County constable, Larry Sheffield, who is accused of murdering a man in Spanish Fort. Police say Sheffield shot 53-year-old Jeffrey McMillan outside of Trader’s on the Causeway Saturday, July 19th. Monday, Sheffield’s attorney argued that it was in self-defense.
BALDWIN COUNTY, Ala. (WPMI) Is a wilderness center for troubled teens in Baldwin County worth the expense? County leaders seem to think so as close to two million dollars of your tax money is being spent on expanding the program.
7/21/14 Monday Live Music Line-up
GULF SHORES, AL — A male juvenile swimmer went missing on Sunday afternoon in Gulf Shores and darkness suspended an aerial and water surface search. According to Gulf Shores Police officials received a call for swimmer in distress at about 4:08 p.m. and a search began. The search was suspended due to light and surf conditions around 7 p.m.
July 21, 2014 – Gulf Shores, AL (GSA) – The public is invited to come out to Meyer Park, 400 E. 22nd Ave. in Gulf Shores on Aug. 2, for the Gulf Coast Arts Alliance Art Market, presented in partnership with the City of Gulf Shores. The Art Market is from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and will feature the original works of local and regional artists. Visitors can also enjoy musical entertainment and delicious concessions. The shady oak trees of Meyer Park provide the perfect cool setting for this popular event.
DAUPHIN ISLAND, Alabama – There was a tie for Master Angler honors at the conclusion of this weekend’s 81st Alabama Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo. According to Rodeo rules, since Andrew Montgomery weighed in his fish ahead of Neal Foster, he earned the title.
DAUPHIN ISLAND, Alabama – Two bull sharks brought into the scales on Sunday during the 81st Alabama Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo were disqualified from the tournament because the anglers shot the fish before it was brought to the weigh station.
The Blue Angels, have temporarily replaced their C-130, affectionately known as “Fat Albert” with another of the huge transport planes. The substitute aircraft, nicknamed “Ernie,” is on loan from another Navy unit. It will be a replacement transport aircraft for the team, but will not be performing any flight demonstrations while on loan to the Blue Angels.
Spanish Fort, Alabama - A fatal shooting Saturday night at Traders, a bar on the Mobile Bay causeway. Amy McGhee lives in Spanish Fort and decided to try Traders for the first time last night. “You know, you just feel safe over here, and it was just a total shocker,” says McGhee.
via Mobile County Constable Charged with Murder.
On July 20, 2014, at approximately 12:04 p.m., the Fairhope Police Department responded to a report of dogs fighting in the 19000 Block of Quail Creek Drive. The complainant stated that the family’s pet Doberman Pinscher was being attacked by a Pit Bull in her front yard and she could not separate the dogs.
If you’re like the majority of travelers this summer, you’re packing more than just your swim suit when you go on vacation. A survey by Consumer Reports found that 94 percent of Americans are bringing electronic devices along, and not just their smart phones. Headphones and tablets are a given, but if you’re going to a scenic area most people want to take photos.
7/20/14 Sunday Live Music Line-up
The month was May in the year 2013. It was his first night after starting with a permanent position at the Fort Morgan Historic Site as living history Interpreter/laborer.
Locally grown and produced food is becoming more and more popular across Alabama. Farmers markets have provided small food producers and home processors greater economic opportunity. Because of the costs of meeting food regulations, in many cases the markets have provided the only venue available to a small producer.
DAUPHIN ISLAND, Alabama — Fishermen in the 81st Alabama Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo finished strong Saturday evening, kicking things into high gear before the scales closed at 7 p.m.
If the website said you got tickets to Kenny Chesney’s Aug. 16 concert at the Florida-Alabama state line, you do. That was the message the country music superstar relayed to fans on Facebook early Friday morning.
FOLEY, Alabama – Volunteering and charitable giving of their time and talents are some of the things that seven Baldwin County high school seniors will be taking part in as members of the United Way of Baldwin County’s first Youth Board.
LOXLEY, Ala. — The town of Loxley moved one step closer to moving its Police Department, voting to approve financing for the new facility at the Loxley Town Council meeting Monday night. The council voted Monday to approve up to $250,000 in financing from Regions Bank for the facility, located on Relham Drive, across the street from the current police department.
ELBERTA, Ala.— John Conti is the newest member of the Elberta Town Council. During its regular meeting Tuesday, the Council unanimously voted to appoint Konti to fill the seat vacated by the resignation of Don Koontz in June.
A burglar led Loxley Police on a high speed chase overnight with speeds in excess of 100 miles per hour. It all happened after a local caterer got fed up with ongoing thefts and installed a baby monitor that transmitted a signal to his house a few hundred feet away. When the burglar returned this morning, the business owner heard him and called police.
via Burglar leads police on high speed pursuit | FOX10 News – Mobile.
7/19/14 Saturday Live Music Line-up