TPD releases disciplinary action information after controversial arrests; Terri Brewer with more at 5 a.m.

TPD releases disciplinary action information after controversial arrests; Terri Brewer with more at 5 a.m.

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:

The Tuscaloosa Police Department have released more details about disciplinary actions that took place within the department after video of officers' confrontation with University of Alabama students went viral. Three officers, Phillip Champion, James Kent and Gregory Pimm, were placed on administrative leave. Kent is still on leave. Pimm and Champion are back on duty after additional training. Another officer, Justin Sams, received communication training and a written reprimand.

The results are in for the New Hampshire primary. Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump were declared winners. Now, the focus is on the South Carolina as the race to the White House continues.

The mayor of Fairfield offered some extreme solutions to the city's money problems following the close of Walmart. Fairfield needs about $125,000 a month to operate and may be looking into annexation as a solution.

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