News Brief

January 30, 2016

Positivity Springs From Prison

The bullet went right over the heads of Chris Napier and his older brother, ripping through the front door of their Prichard home in Queens Court before killing their father in 1975. Chris was only 4. Witnessing his father’s murder was only the first link […]
January 28, 2016

May The Folds Be With You

The Force is strong with Chris Alexander, it is. The classic science fiction movie “Star Wars” debuted in 1977, when Alexander was 13. Ten years before, he had fallen in love with the art of origami, after his mother taught him how to make a […]
January 24, 2016

Young Artist Throws Her Life Away

At just 22, Caroline Reehl is throwing her life away. The sun is just beginning to peek through the clouds as Reehl makes her way into her kitchen. She opens up the window that overlooks a thick wooded area of Mountain Brook in Birmingham, Ala. […]
January 15, 2016

Mobile Public School’s Grading System Causing Issues

Grades disappearing, added absences to attendance, miscalculated grades and most recently the delayed release of report cards; these are some of the problems Mobile County Public School teachers say they are facing with the new computer software, Information NOW. I-NOW is the Web-based application responsible […]