Gov. Bentley refuses Syrian refugees following Paris attacks

Gov. Bentley refuses Syrian refugees following Paris attacks

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!