Jemison shooter appears in court and a family fights for their terminally ill son

Jemison shooter appears in court and a family fights for their terminally ill son

Good afternoon from the desk of Janet Hall. Here are the stories we're working on for FOX6 News this evening.

Jemison shooter in court

Twenty-five-year-old Eric Heath Price made his first court appearance today. He's the man accused of murdering his wife as she ran into a Jemison doctor's office pleading for help Monday morning. We'll have the full story on FOX6 News at 5.

"Right to Try" legislation

A Shelby County family is lobbying the Alabama legislature to support a bill allowing more treatment options for terminally ill patients. Their 9-year-old son, Gabe Griffin has a rare form of muscular dystrophy. We'll explain why this bill is so important for Gabe.

Nursing mothers at Birmingham airport

The Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport will soon have areas set aside specifically for nursing mothers with young infants. There will be three nursing stations offering privacy and convenience. We'll have details at 6.

Those stories and more beginning at 5 on FOX6 News. I hope you'll watch us on air, online at MyFoxAl.com or through the WBRC News app!

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