Good morning! Here are some of the stories and segments you'll see this morning on Good Day Alabama:
Birmingham police say they have charged a 15-year-old in connection with three homicides. They believe the teenager was involved with the shooting deaths of 34-year-old Kenneth Davidson, 26-year-old Shundria Peoples and 22-year-old Tramone Mitchell. He also may be connected to a fourth death.
If you live in the Trussville area, listen up: Trussville Police Captain Jeff Bridges says a total of 14 vehicles were targeted in the Magnolia Trace and Hidden Trace subdivisions Monday night into Tuesday morning. Lock your doors!
Governor Robert Bentley is still defending his right to refuse Syrian refugees on the Fox News Channel. This comes even with the Obama administration saying states don't have the right to keep refugees out. You'll hear what the governor has to say.
The terror group ISIS releases a new video threatening to attack New York City.
Nick Saban is trending after another rant during a press conference. We'll share what he said, expletive deleted of course.
A bizarre tragedy: former Heisman Trophy winning QB, Doug Flutie lost both parents to a heart attack on the same day. Our thoughts and prayers are with him.
Let your kids help you get ready for Thanksgiving with some special crafts!
Give the gift of organization! We check in with our expert for some great ideas!
Tech the halls this year with the must-have tech gadgets and games for the holidays. We check them out!
And we introduce you to our Pet of the Week.
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