Good morning everyone. I'm Sarah Verser with Good Day Alabama.
We're going to help you get your morning started off right, but we've got some difficult stories to update you on beginning with the mass shooting in Oregon. Right now the Roseburg community trying make sense of what happened at Umpqua Community College. After the dust settled, 10 people were dead. What was in the mind of that 20-year-old killer, we may never know, but we will bring you up to date on the investigation.
Right now, homicide investigators are busy in Birmingham with a body found on the west side of the Magic City. We'll tell you what detectives find out.
First Lady Dianne Bentley is speaking out for the first time since she filed for divorce from the Governor. Find out what she says about the settlement agreement and how she will move forward.
In the 7 a.m. hour we talk to the new father who had to help deliver his baby while parked at a Homewood gas station. It's a boy! We get an update on the baby and reaction to how he came into the world.
And a huge upset for the Hoover High Bucs. Rival Spain Park beat the powerhouse 17 to zip.The WBRC sports team will show you what happened and get reaction.
Now the other big national story, Joaquin. It's now a category 4 storm causing havoc and dumping rain from its outer bans.How will Joaquin impact our day? Mickey Ferguson is on top of your forecast.
You can stay weather aware on your Mobile device and the WBRC news app.
So much more to tell you from 4:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. this morning on Good Day Alabama, streaming live and on the WBRC News app!