Clanton man arrested for posting killing spree threat on Facebook

Clanton man arrested for posting killing spree threat on Facebook

Good morning! Here are some of the stories we are working on for you this morning on Good Day Alabama:

Chilton County police arrested a Clanton man after he posted threats online saying that he wanted to "go on a killing spree" targeting places in Alabaster and Birmingham. Jermaine Montgomery is expected to be charged today.

Hoover police arrested a suspect in the killing of Home Depot employee Xavier Beasley. Authorities say Kareem Gaymon have killed Beasley due to jealousy.

And Hoover has a new satellite courthouse opening today. Jeh Jeh tells you what you can pay there.

Mickey's keeping an eye on your First Alert Weather this morning as heavy rain could impact your morning commute.

Police are saying that a seizure may have caused a wreck in New York City on Halloween that killed three people in the Bronx. A 65-year-old grandfather, his 10-year-old granddaughter and a 24-year-old man were killed. Two children and a woman were also injured.

Former U.S. Senator, actor and Alabama native Fred Thompson is being remembered this morning. Thompson appeared in several films and TV shows including "The Hunt for Red October," Cape Fear," and "Law and Order." He also ran for president in 2008. He was 73.

The Magic City Classic wrapped up this weekend. We're taking a look back at moments from Saturday's parade with grand marshal Antony Anderson.

What did your favorite celebrities dress up as for Halloween? Find out in the Morning Buzz.

In news that isn't surprising to anyone, pizza is pretty important to millennials. In fact, a new study says they spent most of their money on it.

Bye week didn't hurt Alabama's spot in the AP Poll.

Auburn fell to Ole Miss during a hard fought game Saturday. We'll have the post-game reaction at 6:09 a.m.

And controversy is rising around an Arizona high school player who was reportedly ejected from a game for praying.

Plus, Gary Palmer joins us to talk about the new Speaker of the House and other political headlines.

Jeh Jeh breaks a sweat for Exercise Monday.

The Better Business Bureau is here to tell us about bankruptcy scam targeting Alabamians.

Megan hits the streets with the Road Warriors team to brighten stranded motorists' day.

Clare explores how one local high school is taking a stand against bullying in today's Mommy Minute.

And Sallie Lee takes viewers' gardening questions.

Be sure to kick off your week with the Good Day Alabama crew live from 4:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. on TV, streaming live and on the WBRC News app!