Birmingham PD officer involved in a wreck, 1 person killed

Birmingham PD officer involved in a wreck, 1 person killed

Good morning!  Here are just a few of the stories the Good Day Alabama crew is working on for you:

Breaking this morning: A Birmingham police officer was injured after his car collided with another vehicle. A man in the other car died.

Another big story this morning:  YOUR weather!  Severe weather has made its way across the country and now there are some concerns for our area.  Mickey is on top of your forecast to bring you the latest information.

Birmingham police are looking for four men who they say took a black Dodge Charger at gunpoint.  It happened at Lillian Street and Cairo Avenue.

A man's sports car is carjacked in Alabaster at gunpoint!  Before the carjacking, the suspect tried to start a friendly conversation with the car owner.

The Birmingham woman whose infant daughter was allegedly killed by an 8-year-old boy disputes allegations that she left the children home alone.

The Federal Aviation Administration says three different planes were hit by a laser beam coming from an area near Dallas Wednesday night.

Two men accused of trying to buy weapons to carry out attacks on synagogues and black churches are due in a Virginia courtroom for a preliminary hearing today.

The emergency call for former major league pitcher Tommy Hanson was described by sheriff's officials as an "overdose." The report says Hanson wasn't breathing as rescue crews tried to help him at a friend's home south of Atlanta. They typed "overdose" in a small section titled "crime incident."

Jeh Jeh is on one of his favorite assignments of the year... he catches up with the folks from Glenwood for the annual pecan sale!

Our psychologist offers advice on dealing with anger management!

Today is World Pneumonia Day. Do you know just how dangerous it is? We find out!

Special concerts in town this week and down the road.... we get the scoop!

Plus we introduce you tour Pet of the Week,

Stay with WBRC/Fox6 Good Day Alabama this morning from 4:30 a.m. to 9 a.m., streaming live on the web and on the WBRC News app!