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  • Washington County schools training for proper lead testing in school drinking water

    Washington County schools training for proper lead testing in school drinking water

    Friday, November 17 2017 6:39 PM EST2017-11-17 23:39:27 GMT
    Water fountain (Credit: Franz Barraza, Chief Photographer FOX10 News)Water fountain (Credit: Franz Barraza, Chief Photographer FOX10 News)

    A FOX10 News Investigation continues to get results. 

    A FOX10 News Investigation continues to get results. 

  • State of Alabama DMV Selling your personal info, FOX News investigation finds

    State of Alabama DMV Selling your personal info, FOX News investigation finds

    Wednesday, November 15 2017 10:35 PM EST2017-11-16 03:35:04 GMT
    State of Alabama DMV: Selling You Out. Photo: FOX10 NewsState of Alabama DMV: Selling You Out. Photo: FOX10 News

    "The information on your driver license application, is considered the "holy grail" of all marketing data," that's according to Privacy Attorney Joseph Malley of Dallas, Texas. 

    "The information on your driver license application, is considered the "holy grail" of all marketing data," that's according to Privacy Attorney Joseph Malley of Dallas, Texas. 

  • "The man was coming after me": First hand account of deadly road rage shooting on I-10

    "The man was coming after me": First hand account of deadly road rage shooting on I-10

    Monday, November 13 2017 11:14 PM EST2017-11-14 04:14:18 GMT
    A witness took a picture of the scene driving on I-10 East Sunday night. Photo: FOX10 News.A witness took a picture of the scene driving on I-10 East Sunday night. Photo: FOX10 News.

    For the first time, one of the men caught in the middle of the deadly road rage shooting on I-10 is telling his side of the story. He describes the night Timothy Pinckard was shot and killed. 

    For the first time, one of the men caught in the middle of the deadly road rage shooting on I-10 is telling his side of the story. He describes the night Timothy Pinckard was shot and killed. 

  • Too Young for Social Media?

    Too Young for Social Media?

    Monday, November 13 2017 10:28 PM EST2017-11-14 03:28:52 GMT

    Instagram, Snapchat, YouTube, and Musical.ly -- parenting today's tech-savvy kids can seem overwhelming especially with the many social media apps. Teens use these sites to reach out and connect, but with the problems that can arise when kids go online, are parents right to worry about letting their kids have a social media account?

    Instagram, Snapchat, YouTube, and Musical.ly -- parenting today's tech-savvy kids can seem overwhelming especially with the many social media apps. Teens use these sites to reach out and connect, but with the problems that can arise when kids go online, are parents right to worry about letting their kids have a social media account?

  • BCBE: No elevated lead levels in school drinking water

    BCBE: No elevated lead levels in school drinking water

    Monday, November 13 2017 6:12 PM EST2017-11-13 23:12:11 GMT
    Water fountain (Credit: Franz Barraza, Chief Photographer FOX10 News)Water fountain (Credit: Franz Barraza, Chief Photographer FOX10 News)

    One year after FOX10 News Investigates exposed the lack of lead testing in school drinking water in Baldwin County Public Schools, the Baldwin County Board of Education (BCBE) has announced it has tested all 45 of its schools, and the results show "no detectable lead was found."

    One year after FOX10 News Investigates exposed the lack of lead testing in school drinking water in Baldwin County Public Schools, the Baldwin County Board of Education (BCBE) has announced it has tested all 45 of its schools, and the results show "no detectable lead was found."

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    Illegal street racing in Mobile exposed by FOX10 News Investigates

    Illegal street racing in Mobile exposed by FOX10 News Investigates

    Thursday, November 9 2017 12:48 PM EST2017-11-09 17:48:32 GMT
    Two muscle cars illegally racing on I-165 around 2 a.m. on Saturday morning, October 28. (Credit: Franz Barraza, WALA FOX10 News)Two muscle cars illegally racing on I-165 around 2 a.m. on Saturday morning, October 28. (Credit: Franz Barraza, WALA FOX10 News)

    FOX10 News Investigates is catching illegal street racing on camera, after receiving complaints from concerned citizens. 

    FOX10 News Investigates is catching illegal street racing on camera, after receiving complaints from concerned citizens. 

  • City of Mobile continues to block requests for release of police body cam video

    City of Mobile continues to block requests for release of police body cam video

    Friday, November 3 2017 5:27 PM EDT2017-11-03 21:27:39 GMT
    Attorneys representing Mobile and FOX10 News stood before Judge Rick Stout Friday morning, November 3. (Credit: Daeshen Smith, WALA)Attorneys representing Mobile and FOX10 News stood before Judge Rick Stout Friday morning, November 3. (Credit: Daeshen Smith, WALA)

    Friday, November 3, FOX10 News continued its pursuit for full transparency from the city of Mobile.  

    Friday, November 3, FOX10 News continued its pursuit for full transparency from the city of Mobile.  

  • Body cam debate heats up on the Gulf Coast

    Body cam debate heats up on the Gulf Coast

    Thursday, November 2 2017 10:32 PM EDT2017-11-03 02:32:38 GMT
    Body camera Fairhope Police officers wear. (WALA)Body camera Fairhope Police officers wear. (WALA)

    While Mobile Police continues to block the public from seeing body cam video paid for with tax dollars, FOX10 News has learned another law enforcement agency a few miles away is releasing its videos.

    While Mobile Police continues to block the public from seeing body cam video paid for with tax dollars, FOX10 News has learned another law enforcement agency a few miles away is releasing its videos.

  • Home Security Systems, Safety vs Privacy

    Home Security Systems, Safety vs Privacy

    Monday, October 30 2017 10:33 PM EDT2017-10-31 02:33:42 GMT

    More and more people are taking the plunge and installing their own security cameras.  It's often easy to do, and cheap.  But are you any safer by installing do-it-yourself WiFi security systems?

    More and more people are taking the plunge and installing their own security cameras.  It's often easy to do, and cheap.  But are you any safer by installing do-it-yourself WiFi security systems?

  • FOX10 EXCLUSIVE: MPD ride along for undercover operation

    FOX10 EXCLUSIVE: MPD ride along for undercover operation

    Saturday, October 28 2017 12:25 AM EDT2017-10-28 04:25:09 GMT
    MPD takes FOX10 undercover for their bait car operation. Photo: FOX10 News Reporter Alexa Knowles.MPD takes FOX10 undercover for their bait car operation. Photo: FOX10 News Reporter Alexa Knowles.

    Mobile Police gave FOX10 News an exclusive opportunity to see a couple of intense take downs of suspected car thieves. Our Alexa Knowles rode along as undercover officers busted two guys Wednesday night during an undercover sting. 

    Mobile Police gave FOX10 News an exclusive opportunity to see a couple of intense take downs of suspected car thieves. Our Alexa Knowles rode along as undercover officers busted two guys Wednesday night during an undercover sting. 

  • ONLY ON FOX10: Brown water an ongoing problem for several Daphne Utilities customers

    ONLY ON FOX10: Brown water an ongoing problem for several Daphne Utilities customers

    Thursday, October 19 2017 6:17 PM EDT2017-10-19 22:17:43 GMT
    Brown water coming out of a faucet in a home in Montrose. (Credit: Anonymous resident)Brown water coming out of a faucet in a home in Montrose. (Credit: Anonymous resident)

    Some residents in the Montrose area of Fairhope have been seeing brown-colored drinking water flowing out of their taps for the last year. 

    Some residents in the Montrose area of Fairhope have been seeing brown-colored drinking water flowing out of their taps for the last year. 

  • Senator defends no regulations for religious day cares, despite death of child

    Senator defends no regulations for religious day cares, despite death of child

    Wednesday, September 20 2017 6:46 PM EDT2017-09-20 22:46:48 GMT
    Kamden Johnson (Courtesy: Family)Kamden Johnson (Courtesy: Family)

    FOX10 News Investigates is hearing from an Alabama state senator who opposes the regulation of church-affiliated day cares.

    FOX10 News Investigates is hearing from an Alabama state senator who opposes the regulation of church-affiliated day cares.

  • 23 violations found at Kamden Johnson's day care, days after his death

    23 violations found at Kamden Johnson's day care, days after his death

    Tuesday, September 19 2017 6:58 PM EDT2017-09-19 22:58:27 GMT
    Kamden Johnson (Courtesy: Family)Kamden Johnson (Courtesy: Family)

    According to a DHR inspection report obtained by FOX10 News, the Community Nursery and Preschool Academy received 23 issues of noncompliance on August 23, just two days after 5-year-old Kamden Johnson was found dead on Demetropolis Road.  

    According to a DHR inspection report obtained by FOX10 News, the Community Nursery and Preschool Academy received 23 issues of noncompliance on August 23, just two days after 5-year-old Kamden Johnson was found dead on Demetropolis Road.  

  • USCG assessing local chemical facilities ahead of Hurricane Irma landfall

    USCG assessing local chemical facilities ahead of Hurricane Irma landfall

    Thursday, September 7 2017 6:44 PM EDT2017-09-07 22:44:37 GMT
    Stock PhotoStock Photo

    With the active hurricane season, FOX10 News Investigates took a closer look at the possibility of the chemical facilities in our area being impacted by potential hurricanes... and how that could put people's safety at risk.  

    With the active hurricane season, FOX10 News Investigates took a closer look at the possibility of the chemical facilities in our area being impacted by potential hurricanes... and how that could put people's safety at risk.  

  • 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?

  • FOX10 Investigates: Testing the Bay: Pollution making some seafood unsafe in Mobile Bay

    FOX10 Investigates: Testing the Bay: Pollution making some seafood unsafe in Mobile Bay

    Monday, September 4 2017 5:03 PM EDT2017-09-04 21:03:39 GMT
    An aerial view of Mobile Bay from the Theodore Industrial Canal. (Credit: Bill Flowers, WALA FOX10 News IT Administrator)An aerial view of Mobile Bay from the Theodore Industrial Canal. (Credit: Bill Flowers, WALA FOX10 News IT Administrator)

    On the Gulf Coast, Mobile Bay is big part of our lives, whether you enjoy the Bay's seafood, or just taking a swim. But, how clean is the Bay, really? 

    On the Gulf Coast, Mobile Bay is big part of our lives, whether you enjoy the Bay's seafood, or just taking a swim. But, how clean is the Bay, really? 

  • MCPSS hires firm to test all schools for lead contamination within three years

    MCPSS hires firm to test all schools for lead contamination within three years

    Monday, September 4 2017 4:22 PM EDT2017-09-04 20:22:16 GMT
    Water fountain (Credit: Franz Barraza, Chief Photographer FOX10 News)Water fountain (Credit: Franz Barraza, Chief Photographer FOX10 News)

    In an effort to "promote public confidence and help schools minimize potential exposure to possible high levels of lead in drinking water," the Mobile County Public School System (MCPSS) has hired Thompson Engineering.

    In an effort to "promote public confidence and help schools minimize potential exposure to possible high levels of lead in drinking water," the Mobile County Public School System (MCPSS) has hired Thompson Engineering.

  • 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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  • Friends say Airport Blvd shooting victim meant no harm

    Friends say Airport Blvd shooting victim meant no harm

    Monday, November 20 2017 4:50 PM EST2017-11-20 21:50:58 GMT
    We are learning more about the victim who was shot and killed on Airport Boulevard Saturday night. Justin Edwards, 24, was gunned down in a shopping center parking lot.  After a brief search the Mobile Police Department (MPD) arrested 20-year-old Ryland Kidd and his girlfriend 18-year-old Taylor Law. FOX10 talked to the victim's high school friend who said Edwards never meant harm to anyone.  "Total shock, and hurt" said Charles Miller, who attended PD Olin High ...
    We are learning more about the victim who was shot and killed on Airport Boulevard Saturday night. Justin Edwards, 24, was gunned down in a shopping center parking lot.  After a brief search the Mobile Police Department (MPD) arrested 20-year-old Ryland Kidd and his girlfriend 18-year-old Taylor Law. FOX10 talked to the victim's high school friend who said Edwards never meant harm to anyone.  "Total shock, and hurt" said Charles Miller, who attended PD Olin High ...
  • Canadian mother sentenced to 3 years in prison after child dies from strep throat

    Canadian mother sentenced to 3 years in prison after child dies from strep throat

    Tuesday, November 21 2017 6:03 AM EST2017-11-21 11:03:42 GMT
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    Canadian woman was sentenced to three years in prison after her 7-year-old son died from a treatable throat infection. 

    Canadian woman was sentenced to three years in prison after her 7-year-old son died from a treatable throat infection. 

  • 3 siblings taken from abusive household find forever family

    3 siblings taken from abusive household find forever family

    Monday, November 20 2017 11:21 PM EST2017-11-21 04:21:05 GMT

    A young boy who was nearly choked to death by his own father gets a happy ending to his story, for himself and his siblings.

    A young boy who was nearly choked to death by his own father gets a happy ending to his story, for himself and his siblings.

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