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This Morning on WLBT: Select few get to see new 'Star Wars'

Good morning! Fans of the "Star Wars" films have been anxiously awaiting Friday's premiere of the latest installment, but some invited guests have already seen it. Coming up at about 6:50 this morning, we'll tell you where it debuted last night.

Today is a major deadline day for health-insurance coverage through the Affordable Care Act. Jewell Hillery will have live reports on what you need to know, starting at 5:30 this morning.

It's a bit cooler this morning, with most folks waking up in the 40s, but we'll be back in the 70s by this afternoon. Then things change mid-week. Meteorologist Julia Weiden will have the First Alert Forecast all morning long.

Join us on WLBT from 5-7 and on Fox 40 from 7-9. We're up-to-the-minute, the minute you're up!

If you won't be near a television, you can always watch our most recent newscast online by clicking here.

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