ALEA report finds 'no discrepancies' in Collier's job; Clare Huddleston is live at 7 :03 a.m. with more

ALEA report finds 'no discrepancies' in Collier's job; Clare Huddleston is live at 7 :03 a.m. with more

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:

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency is saying that no discrepancies were found in the job of former Chief Spencer Collier in recent years.  According to a report released by ALEA, there were no discrepancies found between the 2009 and 2015. Clare Huddleston has more 7:03 a.m.

Gov. Robert Bentley is denying accusations of a sexual affair with his top aide. Collier called a press conference Wednesday alleging that Bentley had an extramarital affair with his political advisor, Rebekah Mason. Ronda Robinson will bring you live updates and reaction to the story.

Belgian authorities now say they may be looking for a second suspect in the Brussels terror attack. New evidence shows that the same terror cell that planned the Paris attack in 2015 may also be behind the two bombings in Brussels that killed 31 people Tuesday.

The mother of a pregnant teen shot to death in her home this week is speaking out. Naki'a Harris was killed Monday night in the 1600 block of 8th Court West. She was seven months pregnant at the time.

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