Good morning! This morning on Good Day Alabama:
Birmingham police are investigating a shooting death in Norwood following an argument.
Continuing to follow a developing story in Nevada were former NBA star Lamar Odom is still fighting for his life. Odom is still on life support this morning. A 911 caller says blood and quote "white stuff" was coming from his nose and mouth. Odom was found unconscious at a brothel on Tuesday.
Dole Fresh Vegetables says it's recalling some of its bagged spinach distributed in 13 states as a precaution after a random sample tested positive for salmonella. The Monterey, California-based company says in a statement Monday that people who bought 8-ounce bags of Dole spinach salad with a Friday expiration date and the codes A27409A and A27409B should throw it away!
Is the return on investment worth it on paying high salaries to college football coaches? An expert will share his research.
One of the stars and directors of the movie, "Woodlawn," Sean Astin will join us!
The government will announce this morning whether there will be a cost-of-living adjustment for Social Security recipients, disabled veterans and federal retirees.
U.S. Customs and Border Protections says their computer systems are back up and running after they went down for 90 minutes.
Investigators say the fatal beating of a young man and the savage attack on his younger brother at an upstate New York church was intended to get them to confess their sins.
Talladega police need your help finding Gary Taylor. He's allegedly stolen identities from several different people and continues to use stolen identities to keep from being captured.
Tarrant police are looking for a rape suspect. They say a man knocked out and raped a woman who was out looking for her lost dog.
129 workers at the Walter Energy mine in Brookwood will be laid off as the company continues in bankruptcy.
A Coosa County man accused of killing a man in Talladega County has turned himself into authorities.
Mickey says your weather is looking great for the next few days. But what about the chance of rain anytime soon? He'll tell you.
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