Friday Afternoon Headlines

This is Cynthia Arceneaux from the KPLC Newsroom.

Here are some of the stories we're working on.

President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are both looking to move past the highly charged gay marriage issue today and refocus the presidential campaign, what Americans want them to talk about. Also the economy and how they can help Americans during these trying economic times.

And coming up on Live at Five a healthcast that any parent of a child with autism will want to watch. We're going to meet one student who is facing his challenges head-on and still doing the things he loves.

This is Chief Meteorologist Wade Hampton, an upper level low is still spinning over Texas; this will cause more rain to develop there and they will move our way tonight into Saturday morning. Rain looks likely once again on Saturday with the best chance in the morning through the early afternoon hours. Rain will likely taper off through the afternoon hours and for sure into the evening. Some areas could see up to 4 inches of rain by the time it ends; isolated amounts higher than that are possible. Sunday is the wildcard at this time; depending on the speed of the storm system rain may linger into Sunday.

Coming up on 7 News at Six Sports, we'll have complete high school state baseball coverage.

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