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:
Fire crews are on the scene of a parking deck fire at UAB's Callahan Eye Hospital where two cars are on fire and University Boulevard is blocked going westbound at 18th Street South.
We'll hear from a Bent Brook neighborhood family whose home was damaged by the Super Tuesday tornado. The National Weather Service confirmed that an EF-2 tornado struck the area, damaging 12 homes and injuring four people.
Calhoun County authorities will have a press conference this morning to discuss details of what they call a very unusual case involving a U.S. government employee trying to escape sexual abuse charges by attempting to flee to Syria. The man is accused of raping his underage stepdaughter and fathering a child with her.
A Montgomery police officer is facing murder charges in the death of an unarmed man. Aaron Smith, a white officer, was charged in the shooting death of Gregory Gunn, a black man.
A survivor of Tuesday's tornado joins us in the studio to talk about how she was rescued after a tree fell on the roof of her car.
Romantic relationships aren't the only type of relationships that sometimes need work. Dr. Misty Smith joins us to talk about female friendship woes.
The Bargainomics Lady will also talk to us about this week's deals!