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Kimi Reylander. (Source: Family) Kimi Reylander. (Source: Family)

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:

Family and friends are still mourning the life of a 9-year-old girl killed in an accidental shooting over the weekend.  Visitation for Kimi Reylander will be at Trussville’s Ridout Funeral Home today starting at 5 p.m.

Some Hoover residents are putting blue ribbons on their homes in protest of a school rezoning plan that proposes sending children from Gwin Elementary School to Trace Crossings.

Some Bibb County commissioners want to put funds from a two-cent sales tax to use for damaged roads and other infrastructure issues instead of to the county hospital. They’d like for residents to vote on the issue.

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