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:
A community is in shock after two people were shot and killed in two offices in downtown Hamilton. Investigators say Jimmy Cooper killed Donny Miller at Scott Hunt's Law office and then walked blocks away to Cole's Tax office where he shot Linda Cole. The Marion County district attorney says he plans on filing murder charges against Cooper, who was later shot by law enforcement and a citizen.
A Birmingham City Council member is sounding off about the idea of annexing Fairfield. Councilwoman Valerie Abbott says she opposes the idea, saying the city doesn't need anyone else's problems.
Hoover City Schools will host the first of six meetings about the system's school rezoning plan at Brock's Gap Intermediate School. Several residents have protested the plan by putting out blue ribbons on their property.
Are you concerned about the Zika virus? We have an expert coming in to tell us everything you need to know about it.
Cecilia Pearson from Alabama Baby and Child will be in to discuss hot spring break destinations.
And, we'll have some sweet tunes from the Steel City Quartet for Valentine's Day!