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:
More states will head to the polls tomorrow. Both Mississippi and Michigan will hold their presidential primaries. We'll have more at 7:04 a.m. as the Democratic candidates turn their focus to the Flint water crisis before tomorrow's primary.
Birmingham police investigated three separate homicides on Sunday.
A McCalla church met for the first time following the Super Tuesday tornado that touched down in the area. Over 400 people showed up to Sunday's service at Grace Life Baptist Church, according to Senior Pastor Joel Frederick.
A longtime Birmingham teacher was remembered following her sudden passing last year. Ramsay High School dedicated its choir room and piano to Myrna Ria Ross and honored her contributions to the school.
Also, being remembered is Nancy Reagan, who passed away over the weekend. She was 94.
Can your Smart TV be hacked? The Better Business Bureau will be on the show to tell you how to protect your equipment safe.
The vet specialist will be here to talk about an infection found in humans that can also affect dogs.