Good Morning! Your Good Day crew is working for you this morning on several stories, including:
A 9-year-old boy in Ensley recovering from a dog attack. Police are looking for the owner of the dog.
BREAKING: Flash flood watches are still in effect for Mobile, which has already sustained flood damage Sunday and more is expected in the coming days. We'll have the latest from Mobile.
Mickey will tell you if you can expect some rain to start your week as well.
Police are investigating what caused a two-car accident that happened along Lakeshore Drive.
Happening today -
A campus safety meeting at Troy University after a string of crimes. The most recent - an alleged sexual assault case. We'll have more on this.
Congressman, Gary Palmer will join us to talk about the direction of the House after the resignation of Speaker John Boehner.
The Pope has now left America after his first visit to the United States. We get perspective the catholic leader at EWTN.
After dropping another spot in the latest college football polls, Alabama also opens as an underdog in an SEC game. Georgia will be favored this weekend in Athens, marking the first time since the 2009 SEC Championship against Florida that Alabama opened as an underdog.
A curtain and stage section collapses during a Carly Fiorina campaign event. We have the video and the latest.
Did you see the lunar eclipse? We share some amazing images, just in case you missed it.
Plus, your constant traffic information before you head out the door.
We are helping you make it through a Manic Monday on Good Day from 4:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. on WBRC/FOX6, streaming live and on the WBRC News app!