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Caleb Hyles whose "Frozen" cover went viral, sings on Alabama Live

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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

A couple of weeks ago we told you about one Auburn University student and Montgomery native whose cover of a song from Disney's hit movie "Frozen", has gone viral and is getting worldwide attention. As a special treat, 22-year-old Caleb Hyles will be joining us LIVE today on the show!

Lea Turbert with the Montgomery Humane Society is bringing the Pet of the Week Woodrow, on the show today! The humane society still has several litters of puppies just waiting on their new home. To help WSFA 12 News is teaming up with the Montgomery Humane Society for the WSFA 12 News Puppy Love Adopt-a-thon. You'll be able to come by this Friday, on Valentine's Day and adopt a puppy from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. This Friday ONLY normal adoption fees will be cut for the event.

The winter weather is slowly moving out of the state. Roads towards the north are beginning to clear up, but officials still urge motorists to take caution while driving. What kind of weather can you expect for your Valentine's Day and weekend? Meteorologist Josh Johnson will give you the latest updates!

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