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10 Signs You Have the Obesity Gene

It’s no secret that America has a weight problem. We love food too much and exercise too little. A life like that doesn’t have many healthy side effects, affordable health care or pants that don’t create muffin tops.

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Capital Murder Suspect Sought in Child Death

MARSHALL – The Harrison County Sheriff’s office is investigating the death of a two year old girl that occurred Sunday morning. Authorities say the child who was unconscious was brought to the emergency room by her mother around 1:00 AM. Hospital staff were unable to revive the child who would’ve turned three years old February 21. The mother said she found her daughter, Yeli Madalyn Jimenez unconscious on the floor. An autopsy determined the child died of massive blunt trauma.

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Ice on Overpass
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Wintery Weather in North Texas

TEXARKANA -- A wintery mix is making travel slow today for motorist on Interstate 30 between Dallas and Texarkana. The Department of Public Safety says some ice has formed on bridges and overpasses in Bowie County and several spots along the interstate. The Tyler-Longview areas will see just rain; no wintery mix is expected in the immediate area.

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Search Continues for Missing Pilot at Lake Palestine

LAKE PALESTINE -- Divers are resuming their search today for a missing pilot of a small plane that went down in Lake Palestine on Wednesday night. Searchers discovered the plane yesterday in about 17 feet of water, the door hatch had been opened and the seat belt undone, according to State Troopers. The plane flew out of Jacksonville before it plunged into the lake. The pilot is believed to be the only occupant of the aircraft.

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Cessna 182
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East Texas Man Arrested for Stealing Airplane

NACOGDOCHES — A man accused of stealing a plane from an East Texas airport hangar is jailed in Henderson County and being held without bond. Terry Lynn Boozer is charged with theft and evading arrest after Nacogdoches County deputies acted on a tip from an 8-year-old boy who found the plane at a private airstrip. Deputies recovered the plane and arrested Boozer after a short foot pursuit. The boy compared the numbers on the plane to stories posted online. The Cessna 182 was stolen Jan 28th from Athens Municipal Airport.

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Rick Santorum
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Local and National News Headlines 2/8

WASHINGTON —A win Tuesday night for Rick Santorum has given his campaign the momentum he needed. The Republican presidential candidate won caucuses in Minnesota and Colorado and Missouri's nonbinding primary. Mitt Romney sti

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House for Sale Sign
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Local and National News Headlines 2/7

WASHINGTON - Money to help about 1 million homeowners reduce their loans will soon be available. More than 40 states have agreed to a settlement with the five largest mortgage lenders. California and New York are among the states holding out but are said to be moving closer to backing a deal. The money available to homeowners could run as high as $25 billion if all states approve the deal.

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State of Texas
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Local and National News Headlines 2/6

Texas AG Accepts Redistricting Voting Map
SAN ANTONIO — The Texas attorney general has accepted a deal on temporary voting maps that could salvage the state's April 3 date for primary elections. In a statement released today, Attorney General Greg Abbott said that seven minority groups agreed to a plan that minimizes changes to the original redistricting maps drafted by the GOP-controlled Legislature. Democratic Congressman Henry Cuellar's lawyer tells The Associated Press the plan gives Texas two new Hispanic congressional seats. But at least one major minority group isn't on board. Attorney Luis Vera of the League of United Latin American Citizens says the new plan "means absolutely nothing." A federal court gave the state and minority groups until Monday to reach a compromise, or see the primaries pushed back for a second time. The groups said the original plan was discriminatory.

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Employment Seekers
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Local and National News Headlines 2/3

WASHINGTON – There were less people out of work in January, dropping the unemployment rate to 8.3 percent, the lowest in nearly three years. The economy created 243,000 jobs last month, the most in nine months. Employers have added an average of 201,000 jobs per month in the past three months. More jobs and higher incomes should help consumers boost spending and increase economic growth.

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Local and National News Headlines 1/31

TYLER -- Three suspects, including a local standout high school football player, have been arrested for shooting several people with blow darts.

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Tyler Robbery Suspect
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Local and National News Headlines 1/30

TYLER -- Tyler Police have released a surveillance photo of the man suspected of robbing a woman of her purse and then knocking her to the ground. Officers responded to the East Texas Medical Center parking garage Sunday night where 63-year-old Shirley Steelman of Kilgore was walking to the entrance of the garage and was approached by the suspect. Police say the suspect who had a weapon stole the purse and knocked Steelman down and fled on foot. The victim suffered a broken arm during the aggravated robbery. The vicitm's purse was recovered by police a few blocks from the garage. The suspect was last seen running east bound from ETMC. The investigation continues at this time.

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U.S. Currency
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Local and National News Headlines 1/27

WASHINGTON — The U.S. economy grew at a modest 2.8 percent annual rate in the fourth quarter of last year. The Commerce Department says Americans spent more on cars and trucks, and companies built up stockpiles. Consumer spending was up from October through December of 2011, it grew at a 2 percent annual rate, that’s up modestly from the third quarter. But growth was held back by the biggest annual government spending cuts in four decades. For the full year, the economy grew just 1.7 percent, about half as much as 2010.

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