Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we're working on for the weekend of 02/09/2013-02/10/2013:

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Associated Press

Posted on February 8, 2013 at 3:00 PM

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NORTHEAST BLIZZARD (SAT/SUN) - AP teams in Boston, New York, New Jersey, New Hampshire and Connecticut will cover heavy snowfall across the weekend.

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ROGUE COP MANHUNT (SAT/SUN) - AP video crews at Big Bear Lake and in Los Angeles continue to cover the ongoing manhunt for a rogue cop suspected of killing three people.

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OBAMA WEEKLY ADDRESS (SAT) - President Obama's weekly Internet address.

BACON FESTIVAL (SAT) - Hotplates sizzle at the annual bacon festival.

GRAMMY AWARDS (SUN) - The annual Grammy Awards honor the music industry's finest.

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EGYPT TENSION (SAT/SUN) - Continuing protests expected in Cairo after violent clashes across the country.

SYRIA VIOLENCE (SAT/SUN) - Fierce fighting between Syrian rebels and regime forces continues amid ongoing international efforts to curb the 21-month civil war.

MALI FIGHTING (SAT/SUN) - Clashes between French forces and militants continue around Gao.

BRAZIL CARNIVAL (SAT/SUN) - Tourists flock to Rio as the annual Carnival gets into full swing.

ASIA NEW YEAR (SAT/SUN) - Chinese communities worldwide welcome the Year of the Snake with celebrations across the weekend.

IRAN RALLY (SUN) - Iranians take to the streets to mark the anniversary of the 1979 revolution.

AFGHANISTAN ISAF COMMAND (SUN) - US Marine Corps Gen. Joseph F. Dunford Jr. takes command of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF),

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