Here's what you saw on Good Day Alabama:
CLARE LIVE - Clare joined us from Funtime Skate Center in Fultondale where the Tragic City Rollers practice for a new season of roller derby! The season kicks off this weekend as the Tragic City All-Stars take on the Dixie Derby Girls from Huntsville! Don't miss the chance to see your favorite ladies in action at the kickoff of another great season. Doors open at 6:00pm. Hitting begins at 7:00. As always, the bouts are family friendly with kids 8 and under getting in free. Adults are invited to join the after-party at Black Market Bar in Five Points later in the evening. The bout takes place Saturday evening at the Zamora Shrine Temple - 3521 Ratliff Rd., Birmingham, AL 35210. Tickets are $10 online and $15 at the door. For more information or to purchase your tickets, visit http://tragiccityrollers.com.
ZOO CREW - Mickey visited with Danielle Williams from the Birmingham Zoo to learn more about the Crowned Lemur. For more information, visit www.birminghamzoo.com.
GOOD DAY COURT - Mike talked with defense attorney Eric Guster about some political scandals today in Good Day Court. They discussed the concerns surrounding Governor Bentley with an alleged affair and allegations of wrongdoing. They also discussed the controversy surrounding Donald Trump's campaign manager and the charges he faces for grabbing a female reporter in Florida.
CONTRIBUTIONS BY WOMEN - Janice talked to Birmingham City Councilor Kim Rafferty about the Visionary Experience: A Vision for Innovation. Girl's, Inc. and the Birmingham City Council invites women leaders to paint the picture to success. It takes place tomorrow night from 6-9pm at Ruffner Mountain Nature Preserve - 1214 81st St South, Birmingham, AL 35206. Women are leaders, innovators, and visionaries. To celebrate the contributions that women make, Girl's, Inc. and the City Council invite leaders in the Birmingham community to paint their vision for Birmingham's future. The hope is that these visions will not only serve as blueprints for others to follow but will create an ongoing dialogue for the community to embrace.