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1.4 Million Without Power in Southeast as Hurricane Matthew Lands in South Carolina

Hurricane Matthew made landfall in South Carolina at 8 a.m. this morning. So far, 178,000 people are already out of power in the Palmetto State and authorities have warned of “strong winds and dangerous storm surges.” Matthew is expected to stay on course and reach North Carolina this afternoon. Read more...
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