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:
More than 200 people in the Lake Cyrus suburb of Hoover met Wednesday night to discuss safety in the wake of the shooting death of neighbor Mike Gilotti in front of his own home. Clare Huddleston will be live at 5 a.m. with more.
Also connected to the case, Terri Brewer will tell us more about a Tuscaloosa connection. A truck recovered in the shooting was stolen from the Inverness neighborhood of Tuscaloosa County.
The Department of Defense is considering Montgomery's Maxwell-Gunter Air Force Base as a potential housing facility for children detained at the Mexican border. The Alabama congressional delegation.
The Powerball jackpot is higher than it's ever been in history. No one won Wednesday's drawing, so Saturday's drawing will now total a record $675 million.
One Texas man is crediting his boss for saving his life after a tooth infection turned into open heart surgery. Mike Bell's boss sent him home after noticing that he didn't look well. It turns out that the bacteria from his tooth infection seeped into his bloodstream and down to his heart. He is expected to recover.
Dr. Misty Smith will join us to give tips on keeping relationships strong throughout the year.
We'll announce the winner of the First Alert umbrella giveaway.
And, we'll hear from basketball legend Bill Walton from the floor of the Consumer Electronics Show.