Good morning! Here are just some of the stories the Good Day family is working on for you this morning:
We're following Breaking news from Walker County, and that hazmat situation, that's been going on all night. Crews are working contain a chemical spill from a truck at a "Love's Travel Stop" In Jasper.
Developing out of Warrior, a police officer and two suspects recovering after a shooting on I-65.
Most of us waking up to dry weather this morning, but you can feel the humidity. Mickey will tell you if that means more rain on your Tuesday.
Breaking news out of Taiwan, where Typhoon Dujuan made landfall overnight. Two people have been killed and hundreds injured, with many more without power or water.
Out of our Tuscaloosa newsroom, a man is accused sexually abusing a child. Tuscaloosa Police arrested 23-year-old Oliver Hall on Friday after a grand jury indicted him on a charge of sexual abuse of a child younger than 12.
A story update for you out of Vestavia Hills, where city council decided to vote to rezone the Altadena Valley Country Club. That clears the way for a developer to build houses on the property and turn part of it into a city park.
YOUR MONEY: The stock market took another big hit. Our financial expert will join us to tell us what you need to know to save your retirement accounts and 401k portfolios!
Questions surrounding legal cases involving Governor Bentley's divorce settlement and also the firing of Auburn's baseball coach. Our legal expert joins us at 6:25 a.m. with his legal insight.
The movie, "Woodlawn," opens in theatres next month. Caleb Castille, who plays the main character in the film( Tony Nathan), joins us at 7:30 a.m. to talk about the movie and his surprising journey to getting the lead role.
We also talk with Mr. Las Vegas himself - Wayne Newton! He joins us with the scoop on his career and how you can visit his home!
The Angler joins us to take your questions about fishing.
New music and movies hit store shelves and we check out your options!
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