Heat sensitive socks for diabetics

Agnes DeRouen in the

KPLC

newsroom with a look at what we're working on for 7 News at Noon.

New Orleans police are looking into the alleged crimes of a 12-year-old. The boy has been arrested in connection with two armed robberies in the Uptown area. Look for more info at noon, and you can read more

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A team of researchers is developing heat-sensitive socks to help diabetics. At noon, we'll show you how they work.

Plus, a Georgia waitress is honored for her honesty. She found an envelope containing $1,300 at the restaurant where she works, and she quickly did the right thing. You can read about it

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You had to be quick to pick up on the Easter egg goodies at a big Easter egg hunt at the Lake Charles Civic Center. We'll take a look at the frenzied search for candy at noon.

In weather, expect a warm and windy Good Friday ahead of a cold front coming through tonight. Rain chances increase later today, but what about the Easter weekend? Meteorologist Ben Terry will have all the info for your holiday during his live, local forecast at noon. You can also access weather information 24/7

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Have a great day!