Disabled Carnival Triumph finally arrives in Mobile (story links)

Carnival Triumph cruise ship stranded without power in the Gulf of Mexico. (US Coast Guard Photo)

The disabled Carnival Triumph cruise ship with approximately 4,000 passengers aboard finally arrived into a Mobile, Ala. port around 9:30 p.m. Thursday.

ABC 33/40 reporter Cory McGinnis is in Mobile and will provide updates throughout the day tomorrow.

Check out this week's stories below.Thursday, Feb. 14

Passengers finally leaving ship, now comes bus ride{}

First bus carrying Triumph passengers leaves Mobile Thursday night. (

Carnival:{} Buses, food, cell phones await Triumph passengers

A glance at Carnival's decisions for disabled ship

Crippled cruise ship slowly makes its way to land

(AP Photo/US Coast Guard, Ensign Chris Shivock)

Passenger: Feces, urine on floor of disabled ship

Cruise passenger calls conditions 'terrible'

Key moments in disabled Carnival ship's voyage

Coast Guard: Cruise ship stopped; towline broken

Port official: Cruise ship arrival will be tricky

Cruise ship Carnival Triumph in statistics

Wednesday, Feb. 13

Carnival cancels 12 more cruises on troubled ship

(AP Photo/Carnival Lines, Andy Newman, File) File - This July 27, 1999 handout file photo provided by Carnival Cruise Lines shows the MS Carnival Triumph departing New York harbor, on her inaugural voyage.

Disabled cruise ship had prior mechanical trouble

Travel agents say no effect yet from Triumph

Disabled cruise ship now being towed to Alabama

Mobile ready for disabled cruise ship land

Tuesday, Feb. 12

Coast Guard ready to help cruise ship passengers

Stranded cruise passengers facing dirty conditions