Constance added to FBI's "Most Wanted" - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Constance added to FBI's "Most Wanted"

Joe Constance, from 2010. (Source: Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office) Joe Constance, from 2010. (Source: Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office)
Joe Constance, from 1998. (Source: Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office) Joe Constance, from 1998. (Source: Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office)
The Supreme Court handed down a ruling in the second major challenge to Obamacare in three years. (Source:   SupremeCourt.gov) The Supreme Court handed down a ruling in the second major challenge to Obamacare in three years. (Source: SupremeCourt.gov)
(Source: WJHG/NBC) (Source: WJHG/NBC)
CALCASIEU PARISH, LA (KPLC) -

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

The Affordable Care Act survived a legal challenge that could have derailed the Obama administration's signature piece of legislation. At noon, we'll have reaction to the Supreme Court's decision. You can read more HERE.

Accused killer Joe Constance has been added to the FBI's "Most Wanted" list. At noon, we'll tell you about a reward for any information leading to his arrest and how digital billboards are going up. Constance is accused of killing his estranged wife back in 2011. You can also access more info on this case HERE.

We'll also tell you about a new treatment program that uses harmonicas to help patients improve lung function. You can also listen to how it works HERE.

Plus, it's national sea turtle week - a time dedicated to protecting marine life. Marine biologists are making a splash as they prepare to release nearly 200 sea turtles. Find out more HERE.

In weather, another day with a mix of sun and clouds and mid to late afternoon storms are possible. However, the bigger change to our current weather pattern will happen over the weekend.

Meteorologist Ben Terry is looking ahead to that and will have what you need to know during his live, local forecast at noon. You can get a personal forecast at anytime by going to www.kplctv.com/weather or by downloading the free KPLC Stormteam Weather app for Apple and Android devices. You can also get it by texting "weather" to 33777.

If you're away from the TV watch us live at http://shout.lt/0cMQ or through the KPLC News app, which you can get for free by texting "app" to 33777.

Have a great day!

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