I'm feeling the effects of staying up too late to watch the Super Bowl and all of the postgame Sunday night. But all it took was opening the front door to wake me up. Holy cow, it's cold out there this morning. It was 22 degrees! And it may not be much warmer where you are right now.
That's a look from atop the Saturn V at the Space and Rocket Center at 4:00 a.m. I really hope Meteorologist David Ernst has some warm temps in mind for the rest of the day. Don't worry. I will be grilling him.
In the news, Republicans may take another crack at repealing at least part of the Affordable Care Act. Alabama Representative Brendan Byrne has a bill that would do away with the whole thing. Muriel Bailey's taking a closer look. She'll join us live near the top at 5:00 and 6:00.
Last night, Huntsville City School Board members and the Department of Justice heard plenty of parents about the latest student reassignment plan. We'll sum up what they had to
If you missed the first two meetings, that's OK. You can still check out the last one. It's set for tomorrow night at 6:00 at Huntsville High School.
And did you see those McDonald's commercials during the Super Bowl where customers didn't have to pay for their food with money? All they had to do was give someone a hug or say why they've loved someone. We found one where they're doing that. Check it out at 5:51.
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