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4 times the love!

Tonight at 10, we're introducing you to an East Texas family that made history in Longview-- four times over!  Shaley Sanders met with the Jamaicas who welcomed four healthy babies into their family today.  The Jamaica quads are the first quadruplets born in Longview at Good Shepherd Medical Center.  How's that for over-achieving?  Shaley talked with the proud parents for their first interview.  Hear that and see pictures of the beautiful babies in a new report. 

Tonight at 10, you can look forward to an action packed Crimefighters report.  Taylor Hemness is adding two new faces to the wanted board and one to the busted board.  This is a new chance for you to see how your tips are helping local law enforcement agencies take fugitives off your streets. 

Sports Director Ryan Peterson and Coleman Swierc have a full sports slate for you tonight at 10.  They have a full-length interview with the new John Tyler head football coach.  He'll explain why he's already making travel plans to state.  And, you'll have the chance to meet one of the best long jumpers in the state.  This young man from Tyler Lee is ready to win it all. 

Chief Meteorologist Mark Scirto is in the Storm Tracker 7 Weather Center tracking the possibility of rain and severe weather.  He's using that information to craft a new forecast for you tonight at 10.  He'll let you know what you can expect from the weather where you live.  Current radar. 

See you at 10! 

Anissa Centers

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