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Suspects in Semmes burglary caught on camera. One seen carrying a rifle. Source: MCSO Suspects in Semmes burglary caught on camera. One seen carrying a rifle. Source: MCSO

Power of social media helping MCSO solve crimes Video included

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Within an hour of posting these photos to Team Sheriff's Facebook page they received several promising leads in the case. Wanted for a burglary in Semmes - the two men were caught on camera fleeing the scene in broad daylight. One of the suspects carrying what appears to be a rifle.

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"Don't take life for granted": Community supports softball star recovering from deadly wreck

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It's been more than a month since a stand-out softball player survived a deadly crash in Mobile County.

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Train hits car in Semmes Video included

The SUV was trapped between the crossing gates when the train came through and crashed into the car. The SUV was trapped between the crossing gates when the train came through and crashed into the car.
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A train hit an SUV in Semmes around 7:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 23. 

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Record-breaking October

October 2017 is officially the wettest October on record October 2017 is officially the wettest October on record
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October 2017 is officially the wettest October on record.

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Apparent drowning reported on Miramar Beach

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Walton County Sheriff’s deputies are on scene of an apparent drowning off Scene Gulf Drive.

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MPD and community remembers Sergeant killed in crash

Sergeant Jeremy Franks was laid to rest Monday, October 23. Franks died following a car crash a week ago. Sergeant Jeremy Franks was laid to rest Monday, October 23. Franks died following a car crash a week ago.
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The Mobile Police Department (MPD) and community remembered the life of a police officer who died in a car crash last week. Sergeant Jeremy Franks, 41, was killed in a car crash early Thursday morning on Tanner Williams Road near the Coast Guard Base.

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More than 795,000 gallons of sewage spills into Mobile, Baldwin County creeks after storms

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There have been 36 different documented sewage spills, impacting seven different bodies of water, across Mobile and Baldwin Counties, all as a result of Sunday's storms.  

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Parts of southern Baldwin County, Fish River clean up after flooding

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On County Road 48, the river was still way out of its banks and covering much of the road.  The county had it barricaded off, but that didn’t stop some drivers from going around the barricades to test the water’s depth.

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Tornado and flooding in Pascagoula

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Pascagoula, Mississippi was also hit hard by Saturday's system. Workers at the Chevron refinery captured dramatic video as a twister ripped through.

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Thomasville Police search for missing man in Prichard

Alvin Adams was reported missing in Prichard Alvin Adams was reported missing in Prichard
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Thomasville Police Department is searching for a man who was reported missing on Thursday, Oct. 19.

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Moore leads Jones in Senate poll Video included

New FOX 10 News/Strategy Research poll shows Roy Moore leading Doug Jones. Source: FOX10 graphic New FOX 10 News/Strategy Research poll shows Roy Moore leading Doug Jones. Source: FOX10 graphic
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Republican U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore holds an 11 point lead over Democrat Doug Jones in the upcoming Alabama Senate election.

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Threat investigation continues but Bullock County schools set for Tuesday classes Video included

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All Bullock County schools are expected to return to a normal schedule Tuesday despite an ongoing investigation into a threat that prompted classes to be canceled Monday.

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4th sentinel chicken test positive for Eastern Equine Encephalitis

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Although humans and horses can become ill from the infection, the diseases cannot be spread from people or horses. The likelihood of transmission to humans and horses can be decreased by personal mosquito avoidance and the use of an EEE or West Nile Virus (WNV) vaccine in horses. There is no vaccine available for humans. 

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EPA releasing 100 million gallons of wastewater into Bayou Casotte

The EPA added the former fertilizer plant to its Superfund National Priorities List earlier this year. (Photo source: WLOX) The EPA added the former fertilizer plant to its Superfund National Priorities List earlier this year. (Photo source: WLOX)
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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is releasing more than 100 million gallons of partially treated wastewater from the former Mississippi Phosphates facility into Bayou Casotte.

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Girl, 12, charged with setting younger brother on fire

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A Dothan boy is recovering in a Birmingham hospital after suffering severe burn wounds he said his sister caused.

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Heavy flooding near Fish and Styx Rivers cause road closures Video included

Heavy flooding near Styx River caused many road closures (Photo: Asha Staples, Reporter) Heavy flooding near Styx River caused many road closures (Photo: Asha Staples, Reporter)
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Folks near Fish and Styx Rivers faced big flooding problems from Sunday afternoon's storm. At daybreak Monday, high water and heavy debris could be seen in many areas. 

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Nearly 80,000 gallons of sewage spilled into D'Olive Creek

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The Baldwin County Health Department is warning residents that a sewage spill occurred  in the Daphne area.

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Date for 12th annual Cardboard City announced

Campers set for the the 10th annual edition of Cardboard City Campers set for the the 10th annual edition of Cardboard City
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Officials say, Family Promise of Coastal Alabama is relaunching Cardboard City to celebrate all of Mobile’s families and raise funds to provide shelter and services for those who are with housing. 

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Woman rescued from flooded vehicle near Styx River Bridge

Fire crews were able to assist a motorist from this vehicle which is underwater near the Styx River Bridge. Photo: Photojournalist Rodney Rocker Fire crews were able to assist a motorist from this vehicle which is underwater near the Styx River Bridge. Photo: Photojournalist Rodney Rocker
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Following heavy rainfall on Sunday, the roadway leading to the Styx River Bridge is closed.

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Alabama Academy of Honor to induct 4 new members Video included

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The Alabama Academy of Honor will induct four new members on Oct. 23 at 11 a.m. 

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Possible tornado, massive water spout caught on camera in Baldwin County

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Residents in Baldwin County were under a tornado watch for hours on Sunday. Several tornados and water spouts were confirmed in the area.

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Severe weather causes flooding and driving issues in Grand Bay Video included

Water overwhelms business on Grand Bay Wilmer Road. Source: Grand Bay Fire Water overwhelms business on Grand Bay Wilmer Road. Source: Grand Bay Fire
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The heavy rains made getting around a challenge for drivers all over our viewing area, especially in Western Mobile County.  As the rains came down, the water came up in Grand Bay overwhelming some businesses and roadways.

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Severe weather leaves behind flooding in Mobile, Baldwin counties

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Flooding and heavy rain has pounded Mobile and Baldwin counties. FOX10 News will continue to bring you the latest. 

 

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Tampa police say 3 killings in 11 days are linked

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Police in Tampa, Florida, are urging residents in one neighborhood not to be "held hostage" by fear after the killing of three people in 11 days -- shootings that investigators say are related. The latest killing in the Seminole Heights area happened Thursday. Police said Anthony Naiboa, an autistic 20-year-old who had just graduated from Middleton High School, accidentally got on the wrong bus when he left work that night and ended up in the southeast Tampa neighborhood by...

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Mobile Fire-Rescue respond to early morning apartment fire

Mobile Fire-Rescue respond to Bay Oak Apartments. Source: Lee Peck, FOX 10 News Mobile Fire-Rescue respond to Bay Oak Apartments. Source: Lee Peck, FOX 10 News
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It happened at Bay Oak Apartments off Augusta and South Broad Street. When fire fighters arrived scene they saw heavy smoke and flames coming from a second story apartment. They tell us no one was home at the time of the fire, which was contained to that one unit.

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PHOTOS: Walton County Zombie Run 2017

Over $20,000 was raised during the 2017 5k Zombie Run in Walton County. Photo: Walton County Sheriff's Office. Over $20,000 was raised during the 2017 5k Zombie Run in Walton County. Photo: Walton County Sheriff's Office.
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More than 75 runners participated in the 4th annual Zombie Run 5k put on by the Walton County Sheriff's Office. 

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2 died in single-vehicle crash after striking a brick wall

First responders are on the scene of an accident near Calloway-Smith Middle School in downtown Mobile. First responders are on the scene of an accident near Calloway-Smith Middle School in downtown Mobile.
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Mobile Police say two people died following an accident Saturday, October 21.

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OCSO investigating apparent random BB gun attacks

OCSO investigating BB gun attacks. Photo: OCSO OCSO investigating BB gun attacks. Photo: OCSO
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The Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office say they are investigating a spate of apparently random BB gun attacks that took place between around 9:30 to 11 p.m. Friday, October 20. 

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National prescription drug take back day set for October 28

National Prescription Drug Take Back Day set for October 28 National Prescription Drug Take Back Day set for October 28
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The Mobile County Sheriff’s Office and the Mobile Police Department are handling the local collection sites for the next National Prescription Take Back Day. The following sites will be open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on October 28: 

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Surveillance video shows cashier turning the tables on armed robber Video included

Video from the Riverside Food Mart shows a clerk pointing a gun at an armed robber. Photo: Riverside Food Mart video. Video from the Riverside Food Mart shows a clerk pointing a gun at an armed robber. Photo: Riverside Food Mart video.
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New surveillance video shows the intense moments, as a gas station clerk takes a shot at an armed robber.

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  • More than 795,000 gallons of sewage spills into Mobile, Baldwin County creeks after storms

    More than 795,000 gallons of sewage spills into Mobile, Baldwin County creeks after storms

    Monday, October 23 2017 6:48 PM EDT2017-10-23 22:48:58 GMT
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    There have been 36 different documented sewage spills, impacting seven different bodies of water, across Mobile and Baldwin Counties, all as a result of Sunday's storms.  

    There have been 36 different documented sewage spills, impacting seven different bodies of water, across Mobile and Baldwin Counties, all as a result of Sunday's storms.  

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    Moore leads Jones in Senate poll

    Moore leads Jones in Senate poll

    Monday, October 23 2017 6:06 PM EDT2017-10-23 22:06:11 GMT
    New FOX 10 News/Strategy Research poll shows Roy Moore leading Doug Jones. Source: FOX10 graphicNew FOX 10 News/Strategy Research poll shows Roy Moore leading Doug Jones. Source: FOX10 graphic

    Republican U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore holds an 11 point lead over Democrat Doug Jones in the upcoming Alabama Senate election.

    Republican U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore holds an 11 point lead over Democrat Doug Jones in the upcoming Alabama Senate election.

  • $1.5M in Mobile city and county tax dollars to be given to SSAB

    $1.5M in Mobile city and county tax dollars to be given to SSAB

    Friday, October 20 2017 6:50 PM EDT2017-10-20 22:50:16 GMT
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    Both the city of Mobile and Mobile County are set to pay steel plate manufacturer SSAB a total of $1.5 million in public dollars over the next three years, according to County Commissioner Jerry Carl.  

    Both the city of Mobile and Mobile County are set to pay steel plate manufacturer SSAB a total of $1.5 million in public dollars over the next three years, according to County Commissioner Jerry Carl.  

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