MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - Mobile city and county trash pickup will continue its normal operations despite recent flooding.
City of Mobile:
For the city of Mobile, each resident is allowed up to 15 trash bags.
Residents must cut limbs to lengths no longer than six feet.
For special pick up, dial 311.
More information can be found on the City of Mobile website.
Spokes person Nancy Johnson says Mobile County only clears debris if it's on the right of way.
If you have tree limbs in your yard, dispose of it as you normally do.
Johnson says not to put tree limbs in front of your house.
Sanitation Services & Fleet Management in Pensacola says as of 4 p.m. on Monday, no changes to trash pick have been made. FOX10 is waiting to hear back from the director.
The trial for Giuseppe Pino LoPorto continues today in Baldwin County. LoPorto, now 80-years-old, faces several sex abuse charges against a child dating back to the early 90s.
FOX10 News has learned William "Eddie" Patrick, captain of Mobile's First police precinct, has been demoted following an internal investigation.
The Mobile Jaycees announce the members of the 2014-15 Azalea Trail Court.
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.
If you were in the Foley area Thursday, you may have seen a helicopter, police and K-9 units. That’s because a store in Foley was robbed this morning at gunpoint. Eventually, the search was called off. The suspect is still on the loose.