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Anniston community to hold vigil for teen shot and killed

Broderick Taylor. (Source: Twitter/Kwon Alexander) Broderick Taylor. (Source: Twitter/Kwon Alexander)

This morning on Good Day Alabama:

Happening today, a candlelight vigil for that 17-year-old shot and killed in Anniston. Police say Broderick Taylor died in an Anniston hospital Friday night after he was shot during a fight. You'll remember his older brother is Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker, Kwon Alexander.

Mickey will tell us if the rain and overcast skies will give way to the sun anytime soon.

The man accused of killing Haleigh Green in Shelby County is now facing new charges. Demarcus Green is charged with destroying state property.  Means is currently being held at the St. Clair County Jail in Ashville. He's also charged with capital murder.

We are getting our first look at the man Montevallo police have in custody for allegedly robbing a bank.

In community news - hundreds of family and friends remembering the teen who lost his battle with bone cancer over the weekend.  A vigil was held last night at Mountain Brook High School's football stadium to remember 16-year-old Sid Ortis.

A mother in Dallas is facing attempted capital murder charges after she's accused of forcing her four-year-old son to eat ant poison.

New York police releasing new surveillance video in that wreck that left three dead and three others injured on Halloween.

Developing in Nebraska, a woman is recovering, but facing charges after trespassing a zoo and then being bit by a tiger.

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Look forward to seeing you this morning from 4:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. on WBRC/FOX6 News, streaming live on the WBRC News app!

Regards,

Mike Dubberly

Co-Host, Good Day Alabama

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