Delicate slices of pale white fish arranged on a plate lay before me, the fish’s edges seasoned and gently seared. The flesh, cooked rare, looks firm and meaty. Two strips of sauce are drawn down the sides of the plate—one a pale green wasabi and teriyaki mix, the other a fiery Sriracha mayo.
With the special session finished, Alabama Governor Robert Bentley is looking toward the next regular session.
He was in Point Clear Friday talking to Manufacture Alabama, and spoke about some of his goals for the legislature.
The Alabama legislature finished out the special session by using the BP oil spill settlement as a solution for Medicaid – one time money that means Medicaid funding is still on the line for 2018.
“Keep pushing. Never give up.”
That was the message from cancer survivor Tanga Renee Watts. Wearing lots of pink, Watts, of Foley, Ala. was one of dozens of cancer survivors and supporters who came out for the Alabama Gulf Coast Relay For Life event at Gulf Shores Public Beach in Gulf Shores, Ala. on Saturday.
The National Hurricane Center was watching what could turn out to be the next storm, and this one is headed for the Caribbean.
Invest 97L was still a tropical wave on Monday morning, located about 1,150 miles east-southeast of the Windward Islands in the central Atlantic.
Coastal Canvas & Detail has leased 1,500 square feet at 24252 Canal Road in Orange Beach, according to David Swiger of Swiger & Company Realtors.
FOLEY, Ala. (WPMI) — It’s been three years in the making and it’s already becoming a Baldwin County landmark. Friday, the Foley Pedestrian Bridge officially opened to the public. The mayor called it “the bridge over the great divide.”
ORANGE BEACH (WPMI) — The battle is on against an invasive species of fish that could ravage our seafood industry.
Experts say Lion Fish are multiplying at remarkable speeds and with no natural predator, they’re eating their fair share.
Tuesday morning, the Baldwin County Commission unanimously passed an almost $126.4 million dollar budget for the upcoming fiscal year. County Administrator Ron Cink gave a short presentation on the budget where he pointed out some of the highlights for the commissioners and the public present.
Court documents have been filed asking a judge to disqualify Baldwin County District Attorney Hallie Dixon from prosecuting a criminal case.
In an email sent to FOX10News, the attorney for Chey Garrigan filed a motion in Baldwin County Circuit Court Friday afternoon.
The pedestrian bridge in Foley is officially open.
“A great day for Foley. We’ve been waiting a long time for this.” Mayor John Konair joined by city leaders and almost 100 school children made the ceremonial walk across the bridge and what the mayor calls the “great divide” in his city, Highway 59. “This is about safety but it’s also about economic development. This will bridge our city and bring it together and I’m really proud, really proud of it.”
When you think of Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, Ala., a sandy beach with beautiful gulf waters in the background is probably what you picture. While the Gulf Coast is proud of their coastline, there’s much to do beyond the beach, especially as the fall months roll around.
Residents from the Oak Creek subdivision in Daphne came together Thursday evening to voice their opposition to a newly proposed apartment complex.
When Toni Fassbender looks at the lot near Champions Way in Daphne, she sees acres of opportunity.
“It’s a start, this is our first start,” she said.
She’s been working with the Daphne Industrial Development Board for years now working to transform the lot into the Daphne Innovation and Science Complex (DISC). In a news release Thursday afternoon, Alabama Congressman Bradley Byrne announced a federal grant will help make the complex a reality.
The Fairhope City Council is considering putting a freeze on all new subdivision permit applications for at least six months. That will be up for discussion at the City Council meeting Thursday night, September 22, 2016.
We’re hearing heated complaints from local oystermen, who say restrictions set by the state are preventing them from working.
“It’s terrible. It’s critical,” said Danny Harris.
The group from Bayou La Batre says the state has shut down commercial oystering. They were ready to start harvesting earlier this month but say the state has yet to open the waters.
A somber ceremony Thursday morning at the scene of a tragedy that happened 23 years ago.
It was the Amtrak Sunset Limited train disaster.
47 passengers and crew members were killed when the pilot of a tugboat that was pushing a barge, rammed the “Big Bayou Canot” railroad bridge.
A memorial boat tour was held Thursday morning.
A slow boat ride from Blakely State Park takes passengers to place where tragedy shattered the night 23 years ago.
A tug boat captain lost in the fog and darkness pushes his barge into a train trestle moving the tracks just enough to cause the Sunset Limited to derail.
Just a couple of years ago, Matt Bryant, the kicker for the Atlanta Falcons, and his wife, Melissa, built a home large enough to accommodate their family of seven children at Ono Island in Orange Beach, Ala. The Bryants called it “Kicking Back” – which is what they did when they visited the 7,975-square-foot beach house from their primary home in Atlanta.
This summer, they decided to sell “Kicking Back,” which is listed with Kathy Trice of Kaiser Sotheby’s International Realty for $3.35 million. They plan to build another beach house – Kicking Back 2 – in the area and eventually, Trice said, they want to relocate to the Orange Beach area.
Midmorning under a cloudless sky, and Denise, who politely declined to give her last name, was 1,000 feet out and 20 feet above the Gulf of Mexico cleaning a saltwater catfish. Her boyfriend, Monte, thin as a Popsicle stick, was reeling up a bare hook.
FOLEY, Ala. (WPMI) — Police say Kimberly Richardson from Foley admitted to serving pot laced brownied at a football party over the weekend.
FOLEY, AL- A Foley woman is accused of serving brownies laced with marijuana to a teenager.
It may not feel like it, but fall officially begins today in the Northern Hemisphere.Of course, that’s according to astronomers. Meteorologists kicked off fall on Sept. 1.Today marks the Autumnal Equinox and the first day of astronomical autumn.
According to an official with the Foley Police Department as well as the Baldwin County School Board, a suspicious person ran into Foley Middle School this morning.
A motorcycle crash on Tuesday killed 29-year-old Jennifer Morgan Fram, a Gulf Shores resident.
The crash happened on Highway 59 near Coy Ave., around 10:45 p.m. Tuesday night.
A chance to escape every day with family, friends, and fellow soldiers. Veterans are visiting Perdido Key this week, staying in donated condos with their loved ones for free. Part of the week’s activities included a sunset dolphin tour with Wild Hearts in Orange Beach. The families and soldiers told us sometimes changing your views can help change your life.