It's the anniversary of the deadly April 27, 2011 tornadoes that devastated Alabama four years ago, killing more than 200 people in the state.
This morning we'll show you new video of the deadly conditions that caused sailboats to capsize in Mobile Bay at the Dauphin Island Regatta. Two people have died and five others are still missing.
Birmingham police are looking for a drive-by shooter who injured someone around 3 a.m. Monday. The victim was shot in the hip and is expected to survive.
We're still working to get information from investigators about an overnight crash in Hoover that temporarily shut down the southbound lanes of I-459 at Exit 10. At least three vehicles were involved.
At least 3,700 people died from a 7.8 earthquake in Nepal. Aftershocks are still hindering the search for survivors.
Clare is covering a sad story in Etowah County, where a member of the Etowah County Rescue Squad died in the line of duty. At 5 a.m., she's interviewing the assistant chief of the Gadsden Fire Department about the treacherous waters that caused two rescue boats to flip upside down.
And Terri Brewer is following up on two crime stories out of Tuscaloosa: more gunshots fired in downtown over the weekend, and a report of an armed robbery on the University of Alabama campus.
We're live on air, online at www.MyFoxAl.com and on the WBRC News app from 4:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. Hope you'll join us!
Last month, the Democratic National Committee reached out to Mayor Randall Woodfin about the city applying to host the 2020 convention.
The business fair is scheduled for this Saturday at the Fairfield Civic Center from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.
The highest rain chances are expected after lunch Sunday and continuing through Sunday night and Monday.
Since March 14, Hall needed 41 swipes to tie the national record, and Friday, he stole his 42nd to break it.
An arrest has been made the string of church break-ins in Bibb County, but the investigation isn't closed.