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Good morning!

Agnes DeRouen in the KPLC 7 Newsroom with a look at what we're working on for 7News@Noon.

Lake Charles Police identify two men arrested in a stabbing at a local inn on Lakeshore Drive. You can read more about that HERE.

The Senate Foreign Relations Committee approves President Obama's nomination of Senator John Kerry to be the next Secretary of State. We'll tell you about this morning's vote and when the full Senate is expected to vote on the matter. Meanwhile, you can find more information HERE.

Are you hungry right now? Are you trying to lose weight? Well, we'll tell you about a new study that suggests when you eat is as important as what you eat if you're trying to drop the pounds.

Also in health news, lots of us suffer from migraine headaches and they can severely limit the way we live our lives. Today we'll show you a new pair of glasses developed by a doctor that promises real relief.

Our weather is pretty unseemly for a January day. However, Ben says those warm temperatures will drop off overnight, and winds will begin to increase over the course of the day. A cold front is expected to arrive tonight, but how cold will it get? And what about the possibility of strong storms? Ben is working on his live, local forecast right now, so be sure to tune in at noon for all the details on what you can expect. You can always find more weather information HERE.

Remember, you can always watch us online at kplctv.com and on air. We hope you join us, and have a great day!

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