Severe weather expected again in Alabama

Severe weather expected again in Alabama

Good morning from the digital desk! Here are some of the stories and segments you'll see this morning on Good Day Alabama:

Another round of severe weather is expected to move through the state this morning. We're keeping you weather aware on this First Alert Weather Day. Tune into Good Day Alabama for the latest information.

Gov. Robert Bentley toured Jefferson County Sunday to get a look at the aftermath of the Christmas Day storms. He promised to allocate state funds to help with relief efforts.

Developing overnight, Birmingham police are conducting a homicide investigation after a shooting at The Park at Callington apartments. One person is dead, and two others were injured.

Kentucky police say over 1,000 teenagers were involved in a mall disturbance that led to several fights and possibly gunfire. The mall was evacuated, and no arrests were reported.

State EMA Director Art Faulkner joins us to discuss storm damage after the Christmas Day storms. At least two dozen roads are still closed, and 72 structures were damaged.

Mauri Robinson of Growing Kings stops by to discuss the organization's mission of helping young men in the Birmingham area.

And, our gardening expert will take your questions.

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