Good Monday morning to you! Here are some of the stories we are working on for you on Good Day Alabama:
New this morning, sadly, 68-year-old Larry Thomas Nesmith of Talladega, has died in a three-vehicle crash. We have more details on the crash.
Jill is in for Mickey and will tell you if you should expect more afternoon storms today.
A University of Alabama sorority is receiving a lot of negative publicity from you on our Facebook page after they released a recruitment video on Youtube.
Police are still looking for one person after a UAB student was carjacked in the 1500 block of 15th Street South over the weekend.
Julian Bond, a legendary figure in the civil rights movement has died. Former federal prosecutor, Doug Jones, will join us at 6:25 a.m. to remember his life and career.
Three people are recovering after they were in a hot air balloon accident in Pennsylvania.
One military man is dead and another is injured after a parachute performance at the Chicago Air and Water Show over the weekend.
A boat crash in Lauderdale County leaves a 79-year-old woman dead and rescue teams are still searching for a man. We'll have the latest on the search.
Adult beverages could be for sale soon at the Hoover Costco. Details on when that could happen.
Tim Tebow saw his first football action in two years. We'll show you how he did.
The Mike Dubberly WBRC Facebook page post on Steelers linebacker, James Harrison not allowing his kids to accept "participation" trophies has generated a lot of reaction. We'll discuss.
We'll help you get your Monday started off right on WBRC FOX6/Good Day Alabama, from 4:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. on TV, streaming live on the web and on the FOX6 News app!