Ronda Robinson looks at Super Tuesday storm damage at 7 a.m.

Ronda Robinson looks at Super Tuesday storm damage at 7 a.m.

Good morning from the digital desk! Here are some of the stories and segments you'll see this morning on Good Day Alabama:

McCalla residents are surveying the aftermath of a possible tornado touch down in the area Tuesday evening. At least 50 homes in the area suffered damage in the Bent Brook community. Ronda Robinson will be live with more.

Tuesday was also a big day in Alabama politics as voters took to the polls for the presidential primary. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump won the democratic and republican primary respectively.  We'll also tell you the outcomes of some local races.

Our political analysts will be on set for a wrap up of the races.

A North Crestwood homeowner has his dog to thank for running off an intruder. Birmingham police are searching for the man they say broke into Scott Burnett's home before being ran off by his trained attack dog, Sydney.

The doctor will take viewers' health questions.

And, Jeh Jeh will talk competitive soccer ahead of the Red Diamond Classic.

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