Family wants justice after man and his dog found in burned truck

Family wants justice after man and his dog found in burned truck

Greetings from the desk of Jonathan Hardison! I hope you're having a nice Friday. Here are some of the stories we're working for you tonight:

Colorectal cancer awareness

I'm lucky to work with some great people here at FOX6 and one of my closest friends here is our Chief Meteorologist J-P Dice. Despite his almost-constant smile, he's been through a trial in the last couple of years after a colorectal cancer diagnosis, surgery, treatment, and now completely recovery. It's a reminder that this disease doesn't just strike folks over 50 and I hope you'll join us tonight for FOX6 News at 9 when JP talks about how he hopes his story will help motivate you to be proactive about colorectal cancer screenings.

Family looking for answers

Last weekend, hunters found a man and his dog, both dead, inside a burned truck. A family in Cullman County says that man was their loved one, Eric Cates and his beloved dog, Gypsy. Tonight at 10, Sherea Harris is talking to his mother about her heartbreak and search for justice.

I hope you'll join us for these stories and more starting at 9. Watch us on air, online at MyFoxAl.com or through the WBRC News app.