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Robert Fields Jr. Source: Chilton County Sheriff's Office Robert Fields Jr. Source: Chilton County Sheriff's Office

Well, hello and Good morning!  Here are just a few of the stories we are working on for you this morning on Good Day Alabama:

A mother is dead and her son is recovering this morning at UAB hospital after being shot in Chilton County. Police say 34-year-old Robert Fields Jr. shot his sister and nephew.

Some chilly temperatures you are waking up to this morning.  Mickey will tell you if it's going to continue.  Plus, he's checking on the tropical situation in the Gulf.

Birmingham Schools are investigating a video that a concerned viewer sent us of a school bus running a red light!

Happening now, some type of spill into a creek in Homewood has city officials concerned.  Crews are cleaning up that spill and testing the water that killed fish in the water.  We're working to figure out what exactly spilled in the creek.

Police in Irondale want your help in identifying two men they say attempted to rob the Jacks on Crestwood Boulevard.

We are learning new information from that deadly Detroit shooting involving a pastor.

And firefighting crews in Walker County, Texas also working to get a wildfire under control.  The blaze has already spread to over 700 acres and has destroyed four homes.

So join Mike, Janice, Mickey, Sarah, Jeh Jeh, Clare, Terri and Megan for Good Day Alabama on WBRC/FOX6 News from 4:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. on TV, streaming on the web and on the WBRC News app!

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