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:
Residents in Pickens County are surveying damage after a tornado tracked across the area. A line of storms moved through west Alabama Tuesday afternoon. Heavy rain continues to affect central and east Alabama. Terri Brewer will have live updates from Pickens Co. starting at 5 a.m.
Several Alabama schools are delayed this morning. We'll keep you updated here and on-air throughout Good Day Alabama.
Also new this morning, an overhead internet sign is down on I-59 northbound near the Jaybird Road exit. The downed sign is blocking all lanes of traffic after it seems that an 18-wheeler crashed into it. Ronda Robinson will have more.
Georgia authorities released surveillance video of Missouri couple linked to robberies and kidnappings in Alabama and now sought in a kidnapping and a robbery at a Perry, Georgia gas station. The suspects, Blake Fitzgerald and Brittany Harper, are considered armed and dangerous.
Lawmakers are trying to figure out how to fund some government services, as a new legislative session begins in Alabama. The general fund is $42 million short. Some lawmakers are suggesting a state lottery or casinos to cover the shortfall.
Chris Hogan will join us to talk about retirement funds.
Mickey joins us from the Birmingham Zoo for Zoo Crew.
And, the doctor will join us to discuss Peripheral Vascular Disease.