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Family of murder victim speaks out after death row inmate seeks execution postponement; Reports at 7 a.m.

JoDeann Campbell. (Picture source: Corinne Campbell) JoDeann Campbell. (Picture source: Corinne Campbell)

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

The sister of a woman killed by an Alabama death row inmate is speaking out after a request for the postponement of execution. Christopher Brooks was convicted in the murder and rape of JoDeann Campbell in 1992. He’s asking the court to delay is execution, which is scheduled for Jan. 21.

Philadelphia Eagles Head Couch Chip Kelly was fired after missing the playoffs with one game left in the season.

We’ll show you dramatic images of a woman rescued in Fayette County after being swept away by flood waters.  Fayette County Sheriff’s Deputy Kevin Johnson was able to rescue 19-year-old Peyton Cupit after she was in the water for two hours.

Former Auburn quarterback Stan White will join is by phone to discuss the Birmingham Bowl.

Our dental expert will answer your questions tooth-related questions.

And, Rick Karle will bring us more from Dallas as Alabama faces Michigan State in the Cotton Bowl.

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