Happy Thursday morning! Some stories we are working on for you at Good Day Alabama this morning:
Police say a security guard shot and killed at a Birmingham apartment complex was not a victim of random violence. Happening today, a vigil 28-year-old Maurice Dukes. Birmingham Police are still looking for the person who killed him Tuesday morning.
A scam alert for you this morning. An old phone scam is back and making its rounds in Shelby County. The sheriff's office says if you get a call from someone saying you missed jury duty and owe a fine, don't fall for it, even if the caller ID says Shelby County Sheriff's Office.
A major heroin and cocaine bust in Jefferson County as 16 people are arrested in a multi-million dollar drug trafficking operation.
We have new information about a car that crashed into the attic of a Tuscaloosa church earlier this month.
Is Tuscaloosa's water park finally ready to go from plans to a reality? That depends on a county commission vote. Terri Brewer will explain.
Breaking overnight, a 32-year-old man is charged with murder in the road-rage killing of 4-year-old Lilly Garcia in New Mexico.
Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is scheduled to be on Capitol Hill to testify about the September 2012 attack in Benghazi that killed a U-S ambassador, and three other Americans.
Vice President Joe Biden announces he will not run for President. We'll have reaction.
We check out some great easy ways to cook gluten free goodies!
It's Tennessee Week and former Bama and NFL standout Sherman Williams joins us in the studio to talk about his story of redemption that he's now put into a book!
We show you how to take advantage of some private shopping time and deals!
Women, do you have trouble trying to find a way to balance business and family time and do it all successfully? We turn to an expert for advice!
And Jeh Jeh takes us inside an amazing home that you could purchase at auction if you bid the right price! Even if you can't afford it, you have to tune in to see this home!
Plus, Mickey takes a look at your weekend forecast.
So join the Good Day crew from 4:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. on WBRC/FOX6 News, streaming live on the web and on the WBRC News app!