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Gov. Bentley refuses Syrian refugees following Paris attacks

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Good morning!  Here are some of the stories WBRC Fox6 Good Day Alabama is working on for you:

Governor Robert Bentley announcing, in light of the France terror attacks, he is refusing Syrian refugees relocating to Alabama.

A chilly start to your morning.  It'll warm up outside later today, followed by potential strong storms mid-week, then more cool weather for the weekend.

BREAKING:  Salah Ab-des-lam - he is the one of the most wanted men in the world right now. French police say he rented a car that carried terrorists to the concert hall in Paris - where 90 innocent people were murdered Friday night.

French fighter jets struck ISIS-controlled areas of Syria.  But what should the U.S. do?  Our military panel will join us at 7:30 to discuss.

We will also attempt to Skype with a Birmingham native who escaped the terrorist gunfire in Paris.  That will be at 8:10 a.m.

Sad news in Fayette, a one car wreck claimed the life of a 19-year-old girl.  Samantha Lauren Watkins was killed when her car left the road and hit a ditch.

Police in Indiana are getting closer to finding a suspect wanted for killing the wife of a pastor with Alabama ties.  Police have surveillance video of the suspect.

In sports, Alabama moves up in the latest polls after a convincing win over Miss. St.

Congratulations to both JSU and Miles.  They win their respective conference titles over the weekend.

A Minnesota Vikings player tackles a fan running onto the field in Oakland.  We'll show you the video.

We hope to see you from 4:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. on WBRC/FOX6 News, streaming live on the web and on the WBRC News app!

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