Lt. Gov prepared to serve if necessary in light of Bentley scandal; Rep. Henry talks articles of impeachment

Lt. Gov prepared to serve if necessary in light of Bentley scandal; Rep. Henry talks articles of impeachment

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:

Lt. Governor Kay Ivey says she's ready to take on the duties of governor if she has to. Yesterday, AL Rep. Ed Henry held a press conference saying that he would try to get a vote on a resolution to bring articles of impeachment against current governor, Robert Bentley.

We'll hear from Henry this morning.

Tuscaloosa police are searching for a group of men they say barged into an apartment and kidnapped and shot a man. The victim is currently in UAB hospital. Terri Brewer will have updates.

Pelham residents are hoping a proposed project will ease traffic woes involving trains in the area. CSX has a proposed infrastructure improvement plan that will prevent trains from holding up travel at the Lee Street and Highway 52 crossing.

Johnathan Austin will stop by at 7:30 to discuss the proposed Mayor-Council Act.

Interested in appearing on MTV's "The Real World"? Terri Brewer will tell you how to audition at 8 a.m.

We'll hear from St. Elias Maronite Catholic Church about the Lebanese Food and Cultural Festival.

And, we'll talk to reigning "American Idol" champion Nick Fradiani.

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