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The Pulse: 'Full House' alums star in Super Bowl ad

"Full House" stars making a Super Bowl appearance? An 8-year-old dies as a hero; and more in Wednesday's edition of "The Pulse."
"Full House" stars making a Super Bowl appearance? An 8-year-old dies as a hero; and more in Wednesday's edition of "The Pulse."

"Full House" at Super Bowl XLVIII. That's right. Stars of the hit 1980's/1990's sitcom are coming together for a super bowl commercial -- and they released this teaser for it. John Stamos, Dave Coulier, and Bob Saget, who starred on the popular show from 1987 to 1995, will appear in an ad spot for Dannon Oikos yogurt.

41 years ago today, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a landmark ruling in the case of Roe v. Wade, legalizing abortion. Since the case was decided in 1973, anti-abortion activists have come to Washington in January to protest on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade. Anti-abortion activists points to laws changing in their favor in 23 states in 2013 as evidence of a changing tide on abortion.

An 8-year-old hero in upstate New York died trying to save his grandfather from a fire early Monday morning. The boy had talked his mom into spending the night with his grandfather, who his mom says was his best friend. When the trailer home caught fire -- the boy rescued six members of his family, but when he went in for his disabled grandfather, the two never made it out.

Not one but two explosions rock a bio-diesel plant in Mississippi. The north Mississippi bio-diesel plant in New Albany burst into flames today. Firefighters had to stay back for several hours because of the intense heat. A nearby highway was closed off and power was knocked out for several hours. Luckily, no injuries due to the blast.

Fierce winter storms making headlines again. The heaviest snowfall of the winter dropped more than a foot in some places. Roads are closed and snow plows are out in Washington, New York, Boston and most points in between. And thousands of travelers are getting really familiar with airports. Nearly 1500 flights have been canceled, more at New York's LaGuardia Airport than elsewhere.
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