Good morning and Happy Friday! Here some news items were working on:
Hoover Superintendent Kathy Murphy plans on presenting her Student Assignment Plan, based on district rezoning changes, to the Justice Department for approval before she presents it to the community next year. Murphy is required to do that because of a 1987 desegregation court order.
Some mist, fog and light precipitation in some areas this morning, so be careful. Mickey will have your newest information before you head out the door.
Alabama running back, Derrick Henry cleaned up some college football awards. We'll tell you about the hardware he brought home ahead of the Heisman Trophy presentation Saturday night.
New this morning, Birmingham police are investigating the death of a pedestrian who was hit while trying to cross Highway 280.
Hoover police want you to take a good look at this former Walmart employee. 24-year old Adrienne Renae Thomas is accused of stealing 40-thousand dollars from the Walmart Neighborhood market off Lorna Road.
A financial break for service members attending Troy University. The school is creating a scholarship that caps the cost of tuition for activity duty military, National Guard, and their dependents.
Mike Dubberly brings you his Dub's Dubs in the 8 a.m. hour,
Our Savvy Shopper brings us some great deals for your shopping this weekend!
We have a choir joining us live for some Christmas music!
Comedian Lucas Bohn comes to town and joins us!
Milton McGregor joins us with his latest business plans,