3 Vestavia High School students remain hospitalized after being shocked by a power line; Clare Huddleston is live at 5 a.m.

3 Vestavia High School students remain hospitalized after being shocked by a power line; Clare Huddleston is live 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:

Three Vestavia Hills High School students remain hospitalized after they were shocked by a power line while moving a goal post Wednesday afternoon on school grounds. We expect the school system to release more information later today. Clare Huddleston will have a live report.

A student is facing charges after punching another student as he walked down a hall at Tuscaloosa County High School. The video was posted to Facebook this week. Terri Brewer has a live report from Tuscaloosa.

Also we are covering a preliminary hearing for the two teens accused of murdering a Hoover veteran.  But today's hearing focuses on a shooting out of Fultondale.

Janice sits down with Sherri Burgess, Author of Bronner: A Journey to Understand.  She and her husband lost their two-year-old son in a drowning at home.

Ready for spring? We show you how to make sure your house is as allergy free as possible!

Still looking for that perfect Easter outfit for your little one? Cecilia Pearson with Alabama Baby & Child is here with some ideas.

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