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Hurricane Matthew makes landfall in South Carolina with heavy flooding

Weakened but still powerful, Hurricane Matthew made landfall Saturday in South Carolina, spawning “serious inland flooding” as it continued a steady march up the U.S. southeastern seaboard, officials said.   The National Hurricane Center said the center of the storm, downgraded hours earlier to...
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