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Suicide Bomber Kills 48 Students In Nigeria

    That's one of our top breaking news stories this morning. Lauren Morrison is checking on all of the wires for more information and pictures of that story for you this morning. She'll join us live from the Alert Center at 5:04 with the latest from Nigeria. http://bit.ly/1qzMIFr

Open enrollment under Affordable Care Act starts this weekend, but you can get a head start. Muriel Bailey will show you how. She joins us at 5:06.

She's also looking into the latest on the Huntsville Stars. That name is on the way out. There are several possibilities for that along with where they might play in April. Biloxi's still the best guess, but Huntsville still has an outside shot at seeing some of the action. Muriel has more for you at 5:35.

You've heard me talk about how I like it mild. So, I'm going to like today. You should, too. Meteorologist David Ernst says we're looking at upper 60s for a high. But it's going to get much colder later this week. He'll break it down for you in his Weather On The Tens. http://bit.ly/GSwBfq

And there are several events set for today to celebrate our service men and women with a day to go before Veterans Day. And make plans to come see Tiani, David and me and several hundred others at the WAFF 48 Veterans Day Parade tomorrow morning in Huntsville. Here's everything you need to know. And we'll see you there.

But first, let's get this Monday going. Join us for WAFF 48 News Today, and we'll do this together. See you on TV!

-- Jim Abath
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