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We'll have more at 7 a.m. on severe weather headed towards Alabama

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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:

We’re keeping an eye on two rounds of severe weather expected in our viewing area today. We will also have more at 7 a.m. on widespread severe weather that is impacting several states.

Family members of the victim killed in a 2013 explosion at Marks Village in Gate City are reacting after the NTSB ruled that a gas leak was the probable cause of the explosion. Tyrennise Mabry and several others were injured.

The number of Republicans calling for Gov. Bentley to step down is growing. Now, an Alabama representative says he will introduce articles of impeachment against Bentley. This comes after Rebekah Mason, the woman Bentley is accused of having an affair with, steps down as his top political advisor.

One Alabama lawmaker wants speeders on the state’s roadways to pay more in fines. Rep. Phillip Pettus is sponsoring a bill that calls for a $200 fine for those caught going more than 25 mph over the speed limit.

Donald Trump is walking back his comments on punishing women who have abortions. He later issued a statement clarifying his comments.

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