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Obama issues executive orders to curb gun violence

President Obama unveiled a sweeping plan today to attempt to stop gun violence.  WAFB's Cheryl Mercedes will have more on local reaction to the reforms tonight on 9News at 5.

Temperatures are expected to fall to the low 30's overnight tonight.  Could we see some snow?  WAFB's Jay Grymes will have your complete forecast tonight on 9News at 6.

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