MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - Dog River residents hope the heavy rain doesn't bring in more than a high tide.
"Most of the time with the heavy rain, you see little islands of trash, and it is heart breaking because it ends up in everyone's yards," said Kennedy.
Plastic cups, paper and all sorts of trash littered the river recently. Jayne Kennedy said seeing the occurrence can be a life lesson for kids.
"[It] lets me know as a school teacher, we should be teaching our children because a lot of what I pick up are snack bags and juice boxes," said Kennedy. "We try to pick up what we can because some of it goes to the Bay."
A preservation group has formed called the Dog River Clear Water Revival to keep it trash free. It's working towards installing a litter trap so the river doesn't flood with garbage again.
The Annual Fairhope Christmas Parade was held Friday night and the warm weather did not stop the atmosphere from feeling like Christmas.
Prichard Police have launched several new initiatives in the wake of 3 bold business break-ins along Wilson Avenue this week.
Federal authorities say an Alabama man has been charged in a slaying at an Army post in southeast Georgia, but officials are releasing few details about the case.
Rain chances increase tonight, followed by much colder weather for Saturday...
Officials said new hotels may be coming to Foley in the near future and will help the progress of the city's planned multi-use facility as well as the Blue Collar Country entertainment complex.
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