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Overnight: Charred remains found in burned cabin thought to be Christopher Dorner

Hello! It's Christine Nelson on this Wednesday, February 13. I want to make sure you're caught up on the stories that developed overnight. Here is a quick email about the stories we're covering on WBTV News This Morning from 4:30-7:00 a.m.

The last 12 hours in the search to find Christopher Dorner may have come to an end overnight. There was a lot of back and forth last night as to whether a body was recovered from a burned cabin last night. Well overnight authorities did discover charred remains inside the California cabin and it is thought to be that of Christopher Dorner. We'll tell you the next step officials are planning to take to get official confirmation.

As this story was developing last night President Barack Obama was delivering the State of the Union address. We're giving you some of the highlights of what was said and the other side definitely had something to say too. We'll have that for you.

Today is the big day the heads of American Airlines and U.S. Airways will meet to discuss this merger. We'll tell you the deadline they have set this time to come to a deal.

A federal program to protect women against domestic violence is getting a lot of support and some pushback in Washington, D.C. WBTV's Astrid Martinez is looking deeper into the problem that is so prevalent here in our community.

Rain is in the forecast and could cause issues on the commute this morning! You'll want to watch for our weather and traffic updates every 10 minutes.

See you on the air!

Christine

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