Here's what you saw on Good Day Alabama:
JEH JEH LIVE - Jeh Jeh joined us live from the Shades Valley YMCA with Mickal Thomas. For more information, call 205-870-9622.
LAWYERS - Mike talked with attorneys Eric Guster and Alan Baty about some popular cases these days. They discussed the case of a teacher in Blount County accused of having a relationship with a study but he married her and she may not have to testify against him now. They also discussed the fantasy sports sites and laws in Alabama, plus a woman trying to sue Dollar General after a car crash, and the scandal surrounding Governor Bentley.
VET SPECIALIST - Dr. Jerome Williams joined us along with Dr. Mary Battistella. You can reach Dr. Battistella at Kowaliga Whole Health Pet Care & Resort at 334-857-1816 or http://wholehealthpetcare.com/. You can reach Dr. Williams at Red Mountain Animal Clinic at 205-326-8080 or www.redmountainanimalclinic.com. Dr. Battistella discussed nutrition and disease with your pets. She often prepares a mixture of frozen and dehydrated vegetables to feed her dogs and cats. You can watch her prepare the food at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q95OWJowdaE.
Dr. Mary Battistella, DVM, is a 1983 graduate of Auburn University and has been practicing integrative medicine since 1992. She incorporates acupuncture, chiropractics, Chinese herbal medicine, homotoxicology and nutrition into her small animal practice. Dr. Battistella owns and operates Kowaliga Whole Health Pet care in Eclectic, Alabama and also does integrative work in the Birmingham at Riverview Animal Clinic.
ASK THE GARDENER - Alabama Cooperative Extension Agent Sallie Lee takes questions from viewers about their gardening needs. You can reach her at the Extension office with your questions at (205) 879-6964 ext 11.
REGIONS TRADITION - Rocco Mediate joined us to discuss the Regions Tradition golf tournament coming up next month. Regions Tradition runs May 18 - 22. It returns to Greystone Golf & Country Club in Hoover this year. Greystone Golf & Country Club underwent course renovations in 2015. The Founders course was designed by renowned architect Bob Cupp and Alabama Native Hubert Green. The Regions Tradition has an economic impact of more than $25 million to the greater Birmingham area. For more information, visit http://www.regionstradition.com/. Children 18 & under admitted free with a ticketed adult. Spectator parking is free with a free shuttle to transport to and from the main entrance of the tournament. Children's of Alabama is the primary beneficiary of the Regions Tradition. Overall, in the 25 years of having a PGA TOUR Champions event in Birmingham, more than $14 million has been donated to charity. The Regions Tradition is a MAJOR championship on the PGA TOUR Champions schedule where players will receive double Charles Schwab Cup Points since this is a Major.