The search continues for hundreds of victims of a capsized ship in China.

The search continues for hundreds of victims of a capsized ship in China.

Some stories we are working on for you this morning for Good Day Alabama:

A former Jefferson County educator is badly beaten trying to sell an SUV through a Craigslist ad. The suspects attacked during the test drive,

While more than 10 million Americans have signed up for healthcare on, a new report says the rates for one plan in Alabama will rise 71 percent!

A follow up to a 10-foot alligator that was euthanized in Tuscaloosa County after two motorists struck the reptile.

President Obama signs new Freedom Act into law that causes the National Security Agency to lose its authority to collect the phone records of millions of Americans.

Interpol puts 6 linked to FIFA on most wanted list on racketeering, corruption charges,

Boston police say they have video that shows a man who was under surveillance by terrorism investigators lunged with a knife at a police officer and an FBI agent before he was fatally shot.

Tensions rising in Korea as South Korea says it has successfully test-fired two domestically built ballistic missiles that can hit all of North Korea.

Birmingham Mayor, William Bell, Chief of Police, A.C. Roper and Jefferson County D.A. Brandon Falls join us in-studio in the 7 a.m. hour,

Also, the new superintendent of Hoover schools joins us in-studio to discuss her agenda,

Taylor Hicks will be guest starring on Hell's Kitchen on FOX6! We'll be hearing from him,

We talk with soccer star Brandi Chastain about this weekend's world cup soccer and how she stays healthy and fit off the field!

"The Spongbob Movie: Sponge Out of Water" comes out on DVD. We talk with the voices behind your favorite characters and you don't want to miss what they have to say!

The doctor is in the house and takes your questions about back pain,

Plus constant breaking updates concerning your weather, traffic and news around the globe from the Live Desk,

Please join us from 4:30 to 9 a.m. on FOX6!


Mike Dubberly