Tuscaloosa PD still searching for suspect in apartment shooting

Tuscaloosa PD still searching for suspect in apartment shooting

Good Morning! Here are just a few of the stories we've been covering for you while you've been asleep:

In Tuscaloosa, a shooting suspect still on the loose this morning after a late night shooting at an apartment complex near Bower's Park.

Mickey says you'll be waking up to more light rain in some areas.  But what about the rest of your day?  He'll have the forecast.

Breaking news while you slept, Reverend Billy Graham's son-in-law, Danny Lotz, is clinging to life after an apparent drowning.

The U.S. Steel plant in Fairfield will be closing.  We'll have reaction as hundreds will be losing their jobs.  

It's official!  Deontay Wilder WILL Fight AGAIN in Birmingham!  Come September 26th, WBC heavyweight world champion, Deontay Wilder of Tuscaloosa will be back in Birmingham to once again defend his title.

The Costco in Hoover is one step closer to selling liquor.  Hoover city leaders approved the proposal last night.  We'll tell you what's next.

The wildfires out west have escalated so extensively that the military is being called in for the first time to help firefighters battle the fires.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump continues to lead in the polls.  Yesterday, he showed up for jury duty.  He was not chosen to sit on the jury.

New information  in Hillary Clinton's email controversy.  The State Department says a review found as many as 305 of the messages could contain classified information.

Yankees pitcher, Bryan Mitchell, takes a line drive off the face.  We'll update his condition this morning.

Video this morning of a convenience store employee pulled out a sword against machete-wielding robbers!

Obesity research paid for by Coca-Cola?  Our diet and nutrition expert gives her take.

We hope to see you before Tuesday's gone with the wind. Join us live from 4:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. on FOX6, streaming on the web and on the FOX6 News app!

Mike Dubberly
Co-Host, Good Day Alabama