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Hero needs help

A few weeks ago a teenager from Rusk saved a busload of children from being harmed during an accident.  Now, that young hero could use your help.  Blake Holsome's home has burned.  Lexie Cook has been talking with him about what he and his family are facing.  Lexie will also tell you about what the community is doing to help someone who's done so much to help others.

 

Are you looking for rain?  You're not alone.  Chief Meteorologist Mark Scirto is tracking the possibility of rain falling in East Texas.  He'll explain when you can expect it when he introduces your new forecast at 10.

Get ready to fight some crime!  We have an all new edition of Crimefighters.  See which new faces are going up on the wanted board.

 

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