Committee to investigate articles of impeachment against Gov. Bentley

Committee to investigate articles of impeachment against Gov. Bentley

Good morning from the digital desk! Here are some of the stories and segments you'll see this morning on Good Day Alabama:

State lawmakers are planning on forming a committee to investigate the articles of impeachment brought against Gov. Robert Bentley. Ronda Robinson is live with updates at 7 a.m.
Some Birmingham residents were left scratching their heads after attempting to visit the new Rotary Trail over the weekend only to find out that the attraction isn't open yet. A ribbon cutting was held for the trail, but it won't be officially open until next month. 

Birmingham police are investigating a Monday night homicide in the West End community. The shooting occurred in the 200 block of 21st Street Southwest. Ronda Robinson is live with updates at 5 a.m.

An Alabama church congregation is hoping to rebuild after the state fire marshal's office ruled that the fire that destroyed their place of worship arson. The Sunday fire occurred at the Cedar Creek Church of Christ near the Marshall and Blount County line.

A former Central High School is accused of touching female students inappropriately. Jarvis Lanier, 32, is facing five counts of having sexual contact with a student under the age of 19. Five victims between the ages of 13 and 17 have been identified by police. Terri will tell you more about the case at 5:30 a.m.

Are you planning on starting a diet? Beth K. joins us to talk about some of the biggest dieting mistakes people make.

We'll talk to NFL coach and racing coach Joe Gibbs about his successes in and out of sports.

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