Good morning! We are covering several stories for you this morning, including:
Breaking news this morning, fire department officials are investigating early morning house fires in Edgewater.
Happening now, the search is on for a missing Shelby County man. Luis Rojas, 37, was last seen at his home in Maylene. He has a history of depression.
Sad news: Yankees legend and Hall of Fame catcher, Yogi Berra has passed away at 90 years old. We share some of his famous quotes this morning.
Developing in Vestavia Hills, Vestavia Police detonated a suspicious package last night behind Vestavia Bowl on Highway 31.
Auburn head football coach, Gus Malzahn has benched Jeremy Johnson at quarterback in favor of Sean White. Lars Anderson will join us at 7:30 a.m. to talk some college football!
A note for people in need of a job, the new luxury hotel in Mountain Brook is hiring. The Grand Bohemian Hotel is looking to fill at least 80 positions.
Pro-life supporters kicked off a protest outside Birmingham's Planned Parenthood. The group is holding a "40 Days For Life Prayer Campaign" outside planned parenthood's Southside office. The protest is in response to the recent release of undercover edited videos that show doctors talking about allegedly selling fetus tissue. Planned Parenthood says abortions are only a small percentage of the services offered to women.
Plus the Pope makes his first trip to the U.S. and we find out what it means for our country!
Entertainment: We gear up for the season premiere of "Empire."
Lots of big trucks on the road these days! We find out why they're so important to our economy and lifestyle and how to make sure you stay safe when sharing the roadways!
Mickey's always wanted a pony, now he meets one at the Birmingham Zoo!
The doctor joins us to take your questions!
We hope to see you for the Hump Day version of Good Day from 4:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. on WBRC/FOX6, streaming live on the web and on the WBRC News app!