MOIBLE, Ala. (WALA) - The company trying to build an oil pipeline through Mobile County lost its court battle Tuesday, September 17 but that battle is far from over.
Probate Judge Don Davis dismissed Plains Southcap's lawsuit against the Mobile Area Water and Sewer System Tuesday.
Wednesday, September 18 FOX10 learned Plains Southcap is appealing its case in Mobile Circuit court.
Continuing Coverage: Pipeline Controversy Continues
The oil company, which is constructing a 41-mile pipeline from a terminal in the Eight Mile community to a refinery in Pascagoula, Mississippi, was seeking to condemn a permanent right-of-way easement through property owned by MAWSS.
In his 11-page ruling, Judge Davis said, "Plains' complaint is denied as Plains lacks the power of eminent domain.
Mobile Planning Commission scheduled to discuss subdivision for McGowin Park near Hank Aaron Stadium. Development would include a big box store.
The Mobile Planning Commission is scheduled to discuss allowing a cell tower to be built on land near Cottage Hill Road.
Walter Energy wants to build a coal terminal on Virginia Street near the Mobile River in Mobile. However, some people who live nearby are opposed to it.
First dog Sunny and a 2-year-old girl from Mobile stole the show when the pup got a little too excited at a holiday event at the White House.
With the threat of a severe winter storm coming to Texas, Gulf Power and Alabama Power are answering the call to help restore electricity to customers affected.