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  • Baldwin County Sheriff says deputy stole thousands by falsifying time cards

    Baldwin County Sheriff says deputy stole thousands by falsifying time cards

    Wednesday, April 11 2018 9:08 PM EDT2018-04-12 01:08:04 GMT
    Sgt. Carl Griffith is the subject of an investigation by the Baldwin Co. Sheriff's Office, which has now been turned over to the District Attorney's Office. Photo: BCSOSgt. Carl Griffith is the subject of an investigation by the Baldwin Co. Sheriff's Office, which has now been turned over to the District Attorney's Office. Photo: BCSO
    Sgt. Carl Griffith is the subject of an investigation by the Baldwin Co. Sheriff's Office, which has now been turned over to the District Attorney's Office. Photo: BCSOSgt. Carl Griffith is the subject of an investigation by the Baldwin Co. Sheriff's Office, which has now been turned over to the District Attorney's Office. Photo: BCSO

    Sheriff Huey "Hoss" Mack has confirmed to FOX10 News Investigates his office's investigation into one of its own has been turned over to the Baldwin County District Attorney's Office. 

    Sheriff Huey "Hoss" Mack has confirmed to FOX10 News Investigates his office's investigation into one of its own has been turned over to the Baldwin County District Attorney's Office. 

  • Dozens of illegal immigrants booked into Baldwin County Jail this month

    Dozens of illegal immigrants booked into Baldwin County Jail this month

    Wednesday, March 28 2018 6:41 PM EDT2018-03-28 22:41:47 GMT
    Jose Luis Alonso-De Leon (Baldwin County Jail)Jose Luis Alonso-De Leon (Baldwin County Jail)
    Jose Luis Alonso-De Leon (Baldwin County Jail)Jose Luis Alonso-De Leon (Baldwin County Jail)

    FOX10 News Investigates went through a months worth of online jail records in Baldwin County and found roughly 10% of inmates this month were illegal immigrants. 

    FOX10 News Investigates went through a months worth of online jail records in Baldwin County and found roughly 10% of inmates this month were illegal immigrants. 

  • Protecting Your Credit: Hackers could be selling your credit card information on Facebook

    Protecting Your Credit: Hackers could be selling your credit card information on Facebook

    Thursday, March 22 2018 4:05 PM EDT2018-03-22 20:05:48 GMT

    One black market method could be selling your credit cards on Facebook.

    One black market method could be selling your credit cards on Facebook.

  • Company behind bridge that collapsed in Miami also vying for Mobile River bridge project

    Company behind bridge that collapsed in Miami also vying for Mobile River bridge project

    Friday, March 16 2018 10:24 PM EDT2018-03-17 02:24:52 GMT
    Pedestrian bridge collapse in Miami (Pool)Pedestrian bridge collapse in Miami (Pool)

    FIGG Bridge Engineers, one of two companies building the bridge at Florida International University, which collapsed on Thursday, is also vying for the job to build the Mobile River Bridge, according to a statement released by the Alabama Department of Transportation back in February. 

    FIGG Bridge Engineers, one of two companies building the bridge at Florida International University, which collapsed on Thursday, is also vying for the job to build the Mobile River Bridge, according to a statement released by the Alabama Department of Transportation back in February. 

  • DOT: Second fatal crash for tour bus company in less than a year

    DOT: Second fatal crash for tour bus company in less than a year

    Wednesday, March 14 2018 10:48 AM EDT2018-03-14 14:48:42 GMT
    A passenger bus crashed Tuesday morning on Interstate 10 at mile marker 57 near the Alabama/Florida line. (Photo by Jesus Tejeda)A passenger bus crashed Tuesday morning on Interstate 10 at mile marker 57 near the Alabama/Florida line. (Photo by Jesus Tejeda)
    A passenger bus crashed Tuesday morning on Interstate 10 at mile marker 57 near the Alabama/Florida line. (Photo by Jesus Tejeda)A passenger bus crashed Tuesday morning on Interstate 10 at mile marker 57 near the Alabama/Florida line. (Photo by Jesus Tejeda)

    According to the Department of Transportation Safety and Fitness Electronic records (SAFER) System, First Class Tours has a "satisfactory" rating however, the database lists four crashes involving the company in the last two years, including one fatal crash during that period.

    According to the Department of Transportation Safety and Fitness Electronic records (SAFER) System, First Class Tours has a "satisfactory" rating however, the database lists four crashes involving the company in the last two years, including one fatal crash during that period.

  • FOX10 News Investigates

    Mobile fires city employee accused of falsifying time cards

    Mobile fires city employee accused of falsifying time cards

    Thursday, March 8 2018 12:04 PM EST2018-03-08 17:04:05 GMT
    Tyrone Holley (FOX10 News)Tyrone Holley (FOX10 News)
    Tyrone Holley (FOX10 News)Tyrone Holley (FOX10 News)

    Both the city of Mobile and the Mobile County District Attorney’s Office are investigating a municipal garage employee on allegations he may have stolen city money by falsifying time cards.

    Both the city of Mobile and the Mobile County District Attorney’s Office are investigating a municipal garage employee on allegations he may have stolen city money by falsifying time cards.

  • Rocky relationship between suspect and victim in Tuesday shooting

    Rocky relationship between suspect and victim in Tuesday shooting

    Wednesday, February 21 2018 7:33 PM EST2018-02-22 00:33:29 GMT
    Courtesy of Poellnitz familyCourtesy of Poellnitz family

    FOX10 News is learning more about the other victim in a Tuesday night officer involved shooting.

    FOX10 News is learning more about the other victim in a Tuesday night officer involved shooting.

  • New Cyber Crime Lab in Montgomery could stop delays in cyber crime arrests

    New Cyber Crime Lab in Montgomery could stop delays in cyber crime arrests

    Wednesday, February 14 2018 6:24 PM EST2018-02-14 23:24:52 GMT

    FOX10 News was there as officials said a lab like this could have put a Grand Bay man accused of multiple sexual abuse crimes behind bars much sooner. 

    FOX10 News was there as officials said a lab like this could have put a Grand Bay man accused of multiple sexual abuse crimes behind bars much sooner. 

  • Mardi Gras beads could be hazardous to kids, FOX10 News Investigation finds

    Mardi Gras beads could be hazardous to kids, FOX10 News Investigation finds

    Monday, February 5 2018 11:05 PM EST2018-02-06 04:05:18 GMT
    These gold metallic Mardi Gras beads, purchased this year in Mobile, were found to have a dangerously high level of lead on the surface of the beads. (Credit: Kati Weis, WALA FOX10 News)These gold metallic Mardi Gras beads, purchased this year in Mobile, were found to have a dangerously high level of lead on the surface of the beads. (Credit: Kati Weis, WALA FOX10 News)

    They are the most common throws of the carnival season, and many kids love to play with them year-round, but how safe are Mardi Gras beads? 

    They are the most common throws of the carnival season, and many kids love to play with them year-round, but how safe are Mardi Gras beads? 

  • Alabama Department of Insurance says Mobile County school bus fire started in engine

    Alabama Department of Insurance says Mobile County school bus fire started in engine

    Wednesday, January 31 2018 6:08 PM EST2018-01-31 23:08:44 GMT
    School bus fire in Grand Bay. January 22, 2018. (FOX10 News)School bus fire in Grand Bay. January 22, 2018. (FOX10 News)

    The Alabama Department of Insurance said the Mobile County school bus fire caught on camera in Grand Bay is being investigated as accidental. 

    The Alabama Department of Insurance said the Mobile County school bus fire caught on camera in Grand Bay is being investigated as accidental. 

  • Judge grants trial in FOX10's lawsuit against city of Mobile over the release of body cam video

    Judge grants trial in FOX10's lawsuit against city of Mobile over the release of body cam video

    Tuesday, January 30 2018 6:29 PM EST2018-01-30 23:29:44 GMT
    An example of a body camera worn by an officer. Photo: U.S. Department of Justice/MGNAn example of a body camera worn by an officer. Photo: U.S. Department of Justice/MGN

    A Mobile County Circuit Judge has ruled, yet again, in favor of transparency.  

    A Mobile County Circuit Judge has ruled, yet again, in favor of transparency.  

  • Future in Jeopardy? McIntosh residents in fear after Olin chlorine gas leak

    Future in Jeopardy? McIntosh residents in fear after Olin chlorine gas leak

    Wednesday, September 6 2017 12:40 PM EDT2017-09-06 16:40:08 GMT
    FOX10 News Investigative Reporter Kati Weis speaks to concerned McIntosh residents after chlorine leak. Photo Credit: Daeshen SmithFOX10 News Investigative Reporter Kati Weis speaks to concerned McIntosh residents after chlorine leak. Photo Credit: Daeshen Smith

    The first time FOX10 News Investigates went to McIntosh to start investigating a February 15 chlorine gas leak at the Olin Corporation chemical plant, dozens of community members were waiting for us at the McIntosh Town Hall to tell us about their concerns, hoping we could find some answers about what happened.  

    The first time FOX10 News Investigates went to McIntosh to start investigating a February 15 chlorine gas leak at the Olin Corporation chemical plant, dozens of community members were waiting for us at the McIntosh Town Hall to tell us about their concerns, hoping we could find some answers about what happened.  

  • 911 call reveals shocking details about Olin chlorine leak in McIntosh

    911 call reveals shocking details about Olin chlorine leak in McIntosh

    Wednesday, September 6 2017 12:38 PM EDT2017-09-06 16:38:36 GMT
    Olin Chlor Alkali Products facility in McIntosh, Ala. (Credit: Franz Barraza, Chief Photographer, WALA FOX10 News)Olin Chlor Alkali Products facility in McIntosh, Ala. (Credit: Franz Barraza, Chief Photographer, WALA FOX10 News)

    It's an incident that still has the McIntosh community reeling, unable to trust the chemical plant next door, that allegedly exposed them to chlorine gas without notifying them. 

    It's an incident that still has the McIntosh community reeling, unable to trust the chemical plant next door, that allegedly exposed them to chlorine gas without notifying them. 

  • Multiple chemical leaks not reported at Olin facility in McIntosh

    Multiple chemical leaks not reported at Olin facility in McIntosh

    Wednesday, September 6 2017 12:36 PM EDT2017-09-06 16:36:53 GMT
    The Olin Chlor Alkali Products location in McIntosh, Ala., has been at the center of controversy since the facility leaked 738 pounds of chlorine gas into the air on February 15. (Credit: Franz Barraza, Chief Photographer, WALA FOX10 News)The Olin Chlor Alkali Products location in McIntosh, Ala., has been at the center of controversy since the facility leaked 738 pounds of chlorine gas into the air on February 15. (Credit: Franz Barraza, Chief Photographer, WALA FOX10 News)

    A FOX10 News investigation, "Could of Uncertainty," has found more than a dozen chemical leaks at the Olin Corporation plant in McIntosh have not been reported to the Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM). 

    A FOX10 News investigation, "Could of Uncertainty," has found more than a dozen chemical leaks at the Olin Corporation plant in McIntosh have not been reported to the Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM). 

  • FOX10 News Investigates: In the Air

    FOX10 News Investigates: In the Air

    Wednesday, September 6 2017 12:35 PM EDT2017-09-06 16:35:14 GMT
    The Plains All American petrochemical facility sits next to the neighborhoods of Africatown.  (Credit: Franz Barraza, WALA FOX10 News)The Plains All American petrochemical facility sits next to the neighborhoods of Africatown. (Credit: Franz Barraza, WALA FOX10 News)

    The petroleum product storage industry has an estimated $687 million economic impact on Mobile County each year, according to a study commissioned by the Mobile Chamber of Commerce. But, at what cost? 

    The petroleum product storage industry has an estimated $687 million economic impact on Mobile County each year, according to a study commissioned by the Mobile Chamber of Commerce. But, at what cost? 

  • FOX10 News Investigates: Chemicals Exposed

    FOX10 News Investigates: Chemicals Exposed

    Wednesday, September 6 2017 12:34 PM EDT2017-09-06 16:34:32 GMT
    There are nearly 100 petrochemical storage tanks operating along the Mobile River near downtown Mobile. Is there any accountability for the chemicals that are stored inside? (Credit: Franz Barraza, WALA FOX10 News)There are nearly 100 petrochemical storage tanks operating along the Mobile River near downtown Mobile. Is there any accountability for the chemicals that are stored inside? (Credit: Franz Barraza, WALA FOX10 News)

    FOX10 News wanted to know, are Mobile County officials properly prepared to respond to a potential disaster at any of the tank farms operating on the Mobile River? Are the communities nearby at risk?

    FOX10 News wanted to know, are Mobile County officials properly prepared to respond to a potential disaster at any of the tank farms operating on the Mobile River? Are the communities nearby at risk?

  • GulfQuest faces uncertain future

    GulfQuest faces uncertain future

    Monday, February 6 2017 9:19 PM EST2017-02-07 02:19:36 GMT
    GulfQuest : National Maritime Museum of the Gulf of Mexico on the Mobile River in downtown Mobile, Ala (PHOTO: Franz Barraza and Bill Flowers, FOX10 News)GulfQuest : National Maritime Museum of the Gulf of Mexico on the Mobile River in downtown Mobile, Ala (PHOTO: Franz Barraza and Bill Flowers, FOX10 News)

    The GulfQuest Maritime Museum will soon reopen with some new perks, including a brand new exhibit, and lower ticket prices.

    The GulfQuest Maritime Museum will soon reopen with some new perks, including a brand new exhibit, and lower ticket prices.

  • GulfQuest museum faces challenges from the start

    GulfQuest museum faces challenges from the start

    Thursday, February 23 2017 12:37 PM EST2017-02-23 17:37:07 GMT
    Early Construction of GulfQuest Maritime Museum (PHOTO: FOX10 News)Early Construction of GulfQuest Maritime Museum (PHOTO: FOX10 News)

    No one could have foreseen how quickly things would go south for the GulfQuest Maritime Museum.  However, there were early signs that the museum could be headed for the rocks.  

    No one could have foreseen how quickly things would go south for the GulfQuest Maritime Museum.  However, there were early signs that the museum could be headed for the rocks.  

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