Happy Labor Day! Here are a few stories we covering for you this morning on WBRC Good Day Alabama:
BREAKING: A standoff in Blount County between a man and state troopers. We will bring you the latest!
We have another chance for pop-up showers. Mickey will tell you if we should brace ourselves for possible severe storms.
Developing out of West Alabama, we're learning more about the tragic death of a toddler in Greene County.
Hoover police need your help to find the person who killed a Home Depot employee.
Police say 25-year-old Xavier Montrez Beasley was shot walking to his car after finishing work at The Home Depot on 280. Police believe the shooter targeted Beasley specifically.
A sad update from Cullman County, the sheriff's office says the woman who jumped from a moving 18-wheeler on Friday has died from her injuries.
We are recapping the weekend in college football at 7:30 a.m.
Also, the viral video from Sideline Friday night where a cheerleader is surprised by her dad who had returned from being deployed overseas.
In New Hampshire, the new polls show Senator Bernie Sanders has a nine point lead over Hillary Clinton in the race for the Democratic nomination for President.
Forget the soap and bath gels. A Massachusetts company says they have "another" way for you to keep clean. It involves spraying live bacteria on your skin and claims you won't need to shower and bathe anymore.
Should you try to help fund your children's college if your money is too tight for retirement? A family finance expert gives his opinion.
We hope to see you on Good Day Alabama where we've always been the people who've been out on the street, working for, working for, working for you! 4:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. on FOX6, streaming live on the web and on the WBRC News app!