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Massive flooding in the Southeast, 2 Vestavia students released; Clare Huddleston has more at 7 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:

Parts of the Southeast are underwater right now. We will take a look at some incredible flooding video.

Have outdoor plans this weekend?  Mickey Ferguson has your forecast and it includes rain.

Three Vestavia Hills students continue to recover after being shocked by live wire. Family and friends say two of them have been released from the hospital. Clare Huddleston has more at 7 a.m.

The wife of a St. Clair County Correctional officer talks out about safety concerns for her husband while on duty.  This comes after one corrections officer was stabbed on Monday.  

Mike talks with actor Sacha Baron Cohen about his new movie, "The Brothers Grimby."  

Jeh Jeh is live at the Natural Hair and Health Expo at the BJCC.

What's a Uromastyx? The Birmingham Zoo is here!

And we laugh it up with comedian Faizon Love. 

We hope you'll watch us on air, online at WBRC.com, or in the WBRC News app by clicking "Live Newscasts" in the menu.

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