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Rundown of last night's Republican debate: Who made the biggest impact?

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Happy Hump Day Folks!

What did you think about the debate last night? Did it change your mind on who you're supporting? Either way, we'll breakdown the highlights and the punch lines from the last Republican debate of the year.

Also, Huntsville utility crews are dealing with a water main break overnight right near a school.

Plus, a New Hope family is dealing with the loss of their home a week before Christmas after a fire breaks out. We'll take you to the scene.

We're smack dab in the middle of deer hunting season but it comes with a risk. A risk that comes with firing a gun so close to your ears. At 5:25 a.m. we'll explore the problem.

Clouds start to creep back into the valley later this afternoon, tune in for your weather on the 10s.

--Margo Gray 

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