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Does your child have an interest in becoming part of the medical field?  Coming up on Alabama Live, details on an upcoming summer camp, that could help kids answer the calling by getting started on the right career path. There is a new initiative to help with some of the challenges of attracting Physicians to the River Region.

The Pet Vet with local Montgomery Vet Dr. Bill Van Hooser is back on today! Get ready to call in and have your pet-health related questions answered LIVE! The number to call will be given during the show, so be on the look out.

Meteorologist Josh Johnson says we are in for a wet morning and a cold and wintery afternoon. "As the day progresses, a cold front will deliver a shot of much colder air into the state. That cold air has already reached our western counties." Josh will give you the latest updates including whether or not to bring the umbrella tomorrow.

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