This morning on Good Day Alabama:
We are following up on the shooting in Virginia where a news reporter and videographer were killed by a disgruntled, former co-worker. We remember the fallen morning TV crew as we hear from family members, co-workers and friends. We also look at what can be learned, if anything, from the shooting.
Another violent death of a law enforcement officer in Louisiana. A police officer has died after being shot on duty.
Retailer Walmart says that it will stop selling A-R 15's and other semi-automatic rifles.
Several birds at the Birmingham Zoo aviary have tested positive for a bacterial disease that can be passed on to humans. We are live there with what you need to know if you plan on visiting the zoo.
Happening today, we're expected to learn more about how state budget cuts could impact our state parks. Find out what the park officials are saying will happen if state legislators don't act.
New information tonight on how Anthony Ware died. He's the man who died while in police custody in Tuscaloosa. Toxicology reports found drugs in his system.
If you live in Winston County this could affect you. There's a problem with the 911 system. We'll tell you what you need to know and what officials are saying about the issue.
Is the ride-sharing business, Uber, one step closer to coming to Birmingham? We have learned Birmingham city leaders and Uber reps were in talks yesterday.
Asian stocks are up today after Wall Street soared. Stocks broke a six-day string of losses. The recovery has brought a measure of relief to many investors. On Wednesday, the Dow soared more than 600 points.
We talk with the author of the popular "Captain Underpants" series about his latest book!
Looking for some great deals on children's' clothes and toys or even maternity wear? We check out some of the goodies at the annual Moms of Multiples sale this weekend!
We take you live to New Orleans for a look at improvements since Hurricane Katrina hit ten years ago.
Plus, Jill says the mild weather will continue, but a warm-up is on the way.
We are here for you and hope to see you from 4:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. on FOX6 on TV, streaming live on the web and on the WBRC News app!