. - Good morning! Here are just few of the stories we are working on for you this morning on Good Day Alabama:
Birmingham police are searching for suspects in a cell phone store robbery. This is the third time the store has been robbed at gunpoint, according the manager.
New this morning, the scene of an overnight house fire in Birmingham is now clear.
A Mountain Brook officer is back at work after being attacked on duty.
And new money concerns in the city of Birmingham. Right now, there is a freeze on capital fund spending for projects.
At 5, we've got a story you might not believe. A family says a squatter not only moved into their home for sale, but he started selling their belongings on the internet.
The chilling 911 audio call is released from the Georgia couple attacked by their own sons.
Dozens of Cape Cod beachgoers work frantically to try to save a beached great white shark.
The Kentucky court clerk, who would not issue same-gender marriage licenses, has been released from jail. We'll get legal analysis at 6:25 a.m.. Our legal expert will also talk about the two high school players who allegedly targeted a referee. The action may have been encouraged by an assistant coach.
A record 10-SEC teams are in the first AP Top-25 college football poll of the regular season! Alabama is ranked 2nd and Auburn 6th.
Serena Williams defeated her sister, Venus, to advance at the U.S. Open tennis tournament.
Verizon is getting ready to start testing out a 5G network.
Plus, Mickey's hump day forecast and your traffic updates.
We hope to see you from 4:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. on WBRC/Fox6, streaming live and on the WBRC News app, where we are always working for you!