Good morning from the WBRC.com digital desk! Here are some of the stories and segments you'll see this morning on Good Day Alabama:
Black Friday may be over, but Cyber Monday is just beginning. We'll have a list of national retailers with online sales this morning.
Texas is dealing with both flooding and ice and rain in two different parts of the state. There have been almost 200 water rescues in the state. No injuries have been reported.
Charges are expected to be filed against a Walker County man in connection to a homicide. Ronald David Kell is accused of shooting and killing his cousin and injuring a woman.
Investigators will start looking into a Thanksgiving Eve apartment fire in Hoover that displaced 50 people. Authorities are looking into whether or not the fire started in someone's chimney at The Park at Galleria apartments.
Donaldson Correctional Facility is on lockdown after an inmate was stabbed to death Sunday during an altercation. No other injuries were reported.
Presidential candidate Marco Rubio is expected in Alabama tomorrow. The Republican candidate will visit the Guntersville Recreation Center at 4:15 p.m. Hillary Clinton is also expected to visit the state, visiting Dexter Memorial Baptist Church for a Montgomery bus boycott commemoration event.
Kobe Bryant announced Sunday that this will be his last season in the NBA. He revealed his decision with a poem on the Player's Tribune website.
Plus, Jeh Jeh will be at Cahaba Fitness for Exercise Monday
David Smitherman from the Better Business Bureau will give Cyber Monday pointers.
Paul Finebaum will call in for a recap of all things Iron Bowl and college football.
And, the gardener will be taking viewers' questions.
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