PRICHARD, Ala. (WALA) - Alabama Fire Marshal Ed Paulk confirms his office is still investigating several arson cases in Prichard. So far there have been no arrests. Paulk declined to comment on the details of the investigations.
Prichard Fire Chief Mark Trenier was not available for comment.
FOX10 asked Fire Marshal, Edward Paulk why it seems the arson outbreak in Prichard has slowed down.
"Anything that I come with there would just be pure speculation. And until we identify who's responsible, it would be pure speculation on my part," said Paulk.
The Harlem Duke building burned down about two months ago. The debris has been cleared away. But that isn't the case on Wilson Avenue. The fire debris from the three buildings that burned down more than a month ago is still there.
A barber shop is located right beside fire debris. The owner, Terry Gibbs said he is working on improving on his own building, despite the rubble next door.
"You have to keep in mind that some people have only seen Prichard in its current condition and to imagine something bigger and greater there would certainly a boost in morale," said Gibbs.
As college football prepares for the final Bowl Championship Series, featuring a Florida State-Auburn championship game, it's easy to see why the coming four-team playoff won't solve all the postseason problems.
On a routine trip to the Piggly Wiggly store in Foley Mitchell Harrison and Betty Ann Williams found something they weren't expecting to need.
In a rare meeting between two of the nation's most storied programs, No. 3 Alabama and No. 11 Oklahoma will face off Jan. 2 in the Sugar Bowl at New Orleans.
Robertsdale police say a man was the victim of a hit and run Saturday, around 30 minutes before the start of the city's annual Christmas parade.
Fox10 learns more about a man arrested on multiple counts of sodomy and enticing a child.
Residents in Creola and Saraland have a lot on the line this week as voters prepare to head to the polls Tuesday, December 10.