Dominique LuAnn Jorgensen, a native of Mobile and a resident of Orange Beach/Elberta, died on Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016 at a local hospital. She was a server at Doc’s Seafood Restaurant in Orange Beach and property manager.
A toll may be coming to Baldwin County, but it’s up to your vote come November. November is right around the corner, and one item on this year’s ballot for Baldwin County residents is Amendment 3, establishing a county toll authority.
According to District 3 Commissioner Tucker Dorsey, this is a plan leaders have come up with to extend the Beach Express at I-10, to I-65.
We’re learning more about the woman accused of causing several wrecks in Baldwin County over the weekend.
Officers say 28-year-old Rachel Chamberlain’s “erratic driving” through Foley sent four people to hospital, including herself. We’re told all have non-life threatening injuries.
FOX10 News has learned this isn’t Chamberlain’s first time causing trouble on the road. Court records show she has several traffic violations. In 2006, she was cited for “erratic driving” and “failing to maintain one lane.”
The craft and boutique beer boom sweeping the nation shows no signs of slowing down, and now Gulf Shores, Ala. has been added to the growing list of microbreweries in Alabama with the opening of Big Beach Brewing Co.
Below you will find a list of school results for the county that you have chosen. The schools are listed in alphabetical order by school name. Only schools which voted in the mock election will be shown. You may also see the combined results for all students across the state by clicking the link below for statewide results.
Locals and beach guests are encouraged to fill the stands for the 10-team SEC Women’s Soccer Championship Oct. 31 to Nov. 6, 2016 at the Orange Beach Sportsplex (4389 William Silvers Parkway) featuring the No. 2 team in the nation – the University of South Carolina. This long-standing Orange Beach tradition will air live on the SEC Network and ESPNU.
Auburn University and the City of Gulf Shores are moving forward with plans to build an educational complex in Gulf Shores, Alabama, that will serve as both an academic outpost for Auburn and a resource for Gulf Coast residents.
A number of Auburn’s academic programs are expected to operate out of the new 24,000-square-foot building which will be located at the corner of the Beach Express and County Road 8, adjacent to land acquired by the City of Gulf Shores for a new high school and the planned Coastal Alabama Center for Educational Excellence.
Congressman Bradley Byrne lacks a challenger in this year’s election, so he’s able to spend his recess time back home reaching out to constituents and hearing what issues are important to voters across the 1st Congressional District.
Byrne said some issues he’s been fighting for have continued to be sticking points that he will continue to fight for, especially the proposed I-10 Bridge.
“Honestly, we’ve got everyone agreed on the need for this project,” Byrne said. “We’ve been able to bring together people from across the Gulf Coast region to address this traffic issue that affects all of us. This project is in Alabama, but the effects of the traffic going through Mobile are felt throughout the region.”
GULF SHORES, AL – Auburn University and the City of Gulf Shores are moving forward with plans to build an educational complex in Gulf Shores that will serve as both an academic outpost for Auburn and a resource for Gulf Coast residents.
It will include a presence by Auburn’s prestigious College of Veterinary Medicine. A joint announcement was made at a news conference Oct. 24 on the lawn of the City Hall annex.
Loxley Police need your help catching an armed robber. Police said the suspect walked in a Stapleton convenience store late Thursday night, October 20, 2016 with a pistol and demanded money. Investigators released surveillance video of the robbery and are asking for the public’s help identifying him.
The Gulf of Mexico is a national treasure. Countless recreational anglers, seafood lovers and small business owners depend on the health of its fisheries — not just for their livelihoods but for their way of life. The profound fishery management failures of the past put that heritage at risk. But the stunning recovery of the Gulf red snapper fishery shows what is possible when fishermen, environmentalists and managers come together to pursue smart reforms.
Can you make a burger, dessert, sandwich, bacon, steak or seafood dish that’s worth $100,000? The members of Team Gulf Coast certainly think they can, and they are all making plans now to prove it. These chefs successfully qualified for the world’s largest event in Food Sport- the World Food Championships (WFC). From Nov 9-15th, they will be competing for a $300,000 prize purse and the title of 2016 World Food Champion in Orange Beach, Alabama.
A local investor paid $1.35 million for 12 acres on Little Lagoon on Fort Morgan in Gulf Shores, according to David Swiger of Swiger & Company, who represented the sellers. The property is about three miles from Ala. 59 and has 643 front feet on the lagoon. It has an approved site plan for 46 single-family home sites, with the streets and utilities in place. Pete Carnley of Fairhope Real Estate worked for the buyer. Swiger said this is the third time he has sold the property.
Foley Police tell FOX10 News a woman “erratically” driving a black Chevrolet Silverado caused several wrecks Sunday afternoon. The last wreck on County Road 20 and Wilson Road sent four people to the hospital, two of which had to be air lifted to Sacred Heart in Pensacola.
Captain David White said it all started on Highway 59 south of County Road 12, when the woman rear-ended a car and left the scene. She then headed down County Road 12, where we’re told she side-swiped an 18-wheeler near the Foley Beach Express. Afterward, White said she collided with another vehicle on County Road 20 near Swift Church Road. No injuries were reported in these three wrecks.
Enna paid $6,500 to be sneaked into the country. Her smugglers robbed her of her remaining money and ditched her on the road, but she persevered and traveled by foot, bus and train on a hellish trip across the country to reunite with her sister, a fellow undocumented immigrant, in Foley, Alabama.
A man and a woman were killed in a Friday evening collision near Magnolia Springs in Baldwin County.
Patricia Kay Dolihite, 60, and Cameron Alexander Davis, 19, were killed when the 1989 Ford Bronco Dolihite was driving collided with the 1999 Honda Accord driven by Davis, according to Alabama state troopers. Both were pronounced dead at the scene.
You can bring your little ones for some Halloween fun with a few animal friends! “Boo At The Zoo” is happening at the Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo in Gulf Shores! Studio10 got a surprise visitor to preview the fall fun! Here’s more from organizers:
Have your little ones don their favorite costumes for a fun time at the Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo: Boo at the Zoo. Be wacky and kooky because this celebration is not so spooky.