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"Chicago Fire" highlights the lives of everyday heroes, firefighters. The show which shows us how they risk their lives to save others while balancing the personal toll of the job.  Fans of the show we have a treat for you! We have a live interview today with two stars of the show, Taylor Kinney and Lauren German with more on what we can expect this season.

It's time for another segment of "Ask the Attorney" with attorneys Gibson Vance and Beasley Allen. They will be offering free legal advice to anyone who is being treated unfairly or struggling with any type of legal matter. Callers make the call during the segment at 420-WSFA (420-9732)

The latest unemployment numbers for Alabama are out showing numbers slightly up from July. Alabama's preliminary August unemployment rate rests at 6.3% compared to that of July's unemployment rate which was 6.2 %. Even though the rate is up, it is still lower than the rate in August of last year which stood at 7.5%. We will give you the details.

Today might be sunny, but here in Alabama we know it doesn't stay that way for long! Meteorologist Monica Tassoni will give you your weekend forecast and what you can expect on game day.

We will have all the details for this and more on Alabama Live starting at 11:00 a.m.

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