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 for 28-year-old Maurice Dukes. Authorities are still looking for the person who killed 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 US ambassador, and three other Americans.