Texas hit with tornadoes and snow a few days apart
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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:
Several Jefferson County roads are still closed because of safety concerns after recent flooding. County Manager Tony Petelos says personnel will inspect roads and bridges.
Texas received a double whammy of severe weather. Residents are recovering after seeing both tornadoes and snow in a matter of days. At least 11 people died, and several others were injured in the bout of severe weather.
A Cleveland grand jury decided not to indict the two officers in the deadly shooting of 12-year-old Tamir Rice. Cleveland’s mayor says the city and the police department will conduct an internal review into the shooting.
Authorities confirm that a Texas teenager who was said to suffer from affluenza after killing four people while driving drunk has been captured. Ethan Couch, 18, and his mother were detained in Mexico weeks after he missed a required probation appointment. Couch’s lawyers argued during his trial that his parent’s wealth made him unable to understand the consequences of his actions.
Planning on making a lifestyle change in 2016? An expert will bring you the latest in health and fitness tech at 8:10 a.m.
We’ll look back at the year in viral videos.
And, Fred Hunter will join us live from downtown Birmingham for the latest on tomorrow’s Birmingham Bowl.
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