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Looming deadline to apply for health insurance & a preview of the Republican presidential debate

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Good Morning Tennessee Valley, Happy Tuesday!

The clock is ticking...The deadline to apply for healthcare for 2016 is less than 24 hours away. We’ll have live reports on any last minute tips you may need.

A brand new poll shows Donald Trump is pulling away from the rest of the Republican field. He's now got the biggest lead of the entire campaign so far. That will ensure, he'll be center stage for tonight's debate on CNN. We'll breakdown everything you need to know about the last Republican debate of the year on WAFF 48 News Today at 5:00 a.m. & 6 a.m.

It was one of the wildest local stories we covered all in one night, just two weeks ago. A valley man accused of shooting a woman, killing a dog and leading deputies on a high speed chase is expected in court.

Alright parents, how does arming your child's teacher in the classroom sound? A lot of people are asking themselves that question after marking the anniversary of the Sandy Hook shooting massacre. We'll explore what one school district is doing to see guns in the classroom happen at 5:30 a.m.

Do remember the story of a Texas plumber who was shocked to see his old truck in a Isis propaganda video? Now, he thinks he's figured out how they got it. Tune in for that at 5:18 a.m.

See you on the show!

- Margo Gray

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