Obama addresses California mass shooting; Gov. Bentley responds.

Obama addresses California mass shooting; Gov. Bentley responds.

Good morning!   Here are some of the stories we are working on for you this morning on Good Day Alabama:

Reaction after the President addresses concerns over the terrorist attack in California.  Alabama governor, Robert Bentley, releases a statement and a new poll reveals how most of America feels about the issue.

Not as cold a start to your morning.  We'll tell you if you'll just need a light jacket or a heavy coat!

The man accused of stabbing two people at a subway station in London is expected to appear in court.  Police are investigating the incident as an act of terror.

Ohio police searching for the men that robbed and "pistol-whipped" a priest!

A carjacking victim says the man linked to the crime keeps contacting her family from jail.

The President of Liberty University in Virginia is urging students and staff to arm themselves.  His comments, which have created some controversy, come after the recent mass shootings in California.

Actor Morgan Freeman is OK after his plane was forced to make an emergency landing.   The Oscar winner was traveling in a private plane from Mississippi to Texas when a tire blew during takeoff.

Alabama defensive coordinator, Kirby Smart, will be officially introduced as head coach of the Georgia Bulldogs today at a press conference.

Former Auburn defensive coordinator, Will Muschamp, will be officially introduced as the new head coach at South Carolina.

Plus, Jeh Jeh joins us for Exercise Monday.

And, we'll take questions for the gardener.

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Mike Dubberly

Co-Host, Good Day Alabama