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Baldwin County storms cause damage, but no injuries

Families all across Baldwin County were counting their blessings and assessing damage to homes, cars and other belongings Friday morning, after a strong line of thunderstorms unleashed high winds and possible tornadoes.

No one was seriously injured, authorities said, but there were close calls.

In Elsanor, emergency workers, friends and family put a tarp over a hole in the roof of the home of Chad and Marce Dugger

Baldwin County storms cause damage, but no injuries

Injuries, damage reported from south Alabama twister

Family’s Home Destroyed During Storm

Storms cut power for 2,600 in Baldwin County

Lightning causes Fairhope sewage spill in Mobile Bay

Woman who shot husband: I didn’t want to be burned alive

Pamela Teresa Cowan said the evening of Dec. 22 started out peacefully, with her in the kitchen cooking holiday cakes and her husband, James, relaxing before cooking dinner.

The couple had reunited in recent months, living together again in a home on Baldwin County 62 in the Rosinton community as they tried to heal a troubled marriage, according to Pamela Cowan and court documents.

Cowan, 42, said she had gone back to her husband despite past abuse because he was “making changes for himself,” including getting counseling and reading the Bible.

“He was in a good mood, I was in good mood, but in 10-15 minutes, something changed,” she said Saturday in a telephone interview from her parents’ home in Loxley.

Woman who shot husband: I didn’t want to be burned alive

Rosinton man dies after early morning shooting

Baldwin County Sheriff’s Department officials say no charges are likely to be brought against a Rosinton woman whom they say shot her husband in the early morning hours Tuesday following a domestic dispute. The man would later die as a result of his injuries.

Police say James Cowan and Pamela Cowan shot each other in the early morning hours Tuesday at their home, 21480 County Road 62 in Rosinton.

Rosinton man dies after early morning shooting

Authorities: Wounded wife kills husband in Baldwin County, Ala.

2 Shot In Rosinton

The Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a double shooting on County Road 62 and Ard Road. That’s near Rosinton.

Spokesperson Anthony Lowery says one person was flown by helicopter to the hospital. The other was waiting on a flight for treatment.

Invesitgators say the shootings appear to be from a domestic dispute.

James Cowan was pronounced dead at the hospital, Baldwin County investigators said. An update on Pamela Cowan’s condition was not available this afternoon.

2 Shot In Rosinton

Police identify Rosinton shooting victims