GULF SHORES, Ala. (AP) - Forecasters say there's a moderate risk of dangerous rip currents along the Gulf Coast during the Labor Day weekend.
Thousands of people are heading to the beach for the holiday, but the National Weather Service says rip currents are likely in the surf.
Forecasters say weak swimmers shouldn't get any deeper than their knees through the weekend.
Several drownings have been blamed this year on rip currents, which are difficult to detect and can quickly pull swimmers into keep water.
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The Mobile Police Department said several shots were fired into an occupied home off Brooke Avenue the night of Thursday, December 19. Thankfully, no one was injured, but police don’t have a description of the suspect(s).
U.S. Marshals captured the man accused of breaking into his parents' home and beating his 71-year-old father.
The forecast continues to show the possibility of stronger thunderstorms with this system. The Storm Prediction Center currently keeps the most significant severe risk well to our n’west. The current forecast reflects the chance of severe thunderstorms with damaging winds as the primary threat.
Pet Supplies Plus on Hillcrest Road in West Mobile is giving you a way to help furry friends this Christmas.
City officials say the bridge over Little Lagoon Pass, which has been in place since the 1950s according to city officials, is going to be replaced.
The City of Foley is making improvements to a new park outside of town.Officials hope Wolf Creek Nature Park will boost ecotourism in the area. There is already a kayak and canoe launch there and more construction is now underway.