Good Friday morning to you! Here are some of the stories we are covering for you on Good Day Alabama:
A late night shooting in the Elyton area of Birmingham left two people injured overnight. We'll have more at 5 a.m.
A Tuscaloosa police officer kills a 50-yr-old white male who was assaulting the officer. Terri Brewer joins us live from Tuscaloosa with the latest.
After another round of storms, Mickey says we might get a break from the heavy stuff through most of the weekend. He'll have an updated forecast.
We have the video image that a passenger on a plane captured of a lightning bolt striking a Delta jet on the taxiway. This happened at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
Political buzz will be hitting Mobile later today, as the front-runner for the Republican Presidential nomination will pay a visit. We'll have a preview of Donald Trump coming to Alabama.
Developing this morning, we're working to get more information about *two* state employees accused of trafficking drugs.
This morning, we are hearing from, forest ranger, Jason Berry, who just returned to Alabama after helping fight fires in California.
In world news, tensions rise between North Korea and South Korea. North Korea is using warlike rhetoric toward its southern neighbor after artillery fire was exchanged across the border.
The house that was used in the climactic scene in "Silence of the Lambs," is up for sale. We'll give you a look.
Awesome video of a family of bears playing in a family's backyard pool.
Plus, Mike Dubberly has his own set of viral videos to show you in Dub's Dubs!
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