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:
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.
What happens if something happens to you and the person you named in your will? Stewart Welch will be here to discuss beneficiaries.
We'll talk to Tony Nathan about the success of the movie, "Woodlawn," which is out on DVD.
And, Jeh Jeh will join us live with the Tuskegee University choir!