(CNN) - Comedian Chris Rock has Twitter buzzing after a Fourth of July tweet.
On Wednesday, Rock posted this controversial message to his account: "Happy white people's Independence Day. The slaves weren't free, but I'm sure they enjoyed fireworks."
Many of his 870,000 followers responded, as did others across the Web.
Some people supported Rock's comment, while others claimed the remark was inappropriate, or even racist.
Former Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain told CNN the comedian was "holding onto the past."
The Mobile Jaycees have announced the members of the 2014-15 Azalea Trail Court.
Nick Fawal and Tara McMeans are in the Studio10 Kitchen making Shrimp filled with crab meat stuffing and wrapped in bacon which is then baked to perfection.
Waking up to a chilly morning! Temperatures will be a little warmer this afternoon than what we saw on Thursday, we'll also see our winds shift from northerly to southerly with clouds increasing.
FOX10 News has learned William "Eddie" Patrick, captain of Mobile's First police precinct, has been demoted following an internal investigation.
Pastor of Lifeway Community Church Mike McPherson says thieves stole presents that would have been given to needy children.
A man who bought a bicycle three weeks ago finds out it was originally stolen, according to the original owner who reported it missing in October.