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Coming up on THE News at Daybreak: Imperial Sugar Explosion remembrance

Family and friends stop to pay tribute to the victims of the 2008 Imperial Sugar Refinery explosion.

A woman falls asleep at the wheel and slams into a palm tree on Victory Dr. We'll show you the wreck and tell you how she's doing this morning.

Glynn County authorities are searching for two men responsible for a weekend home invasion.

South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley is responding to a letter sent by her Chief of Staff regarding the state's budget talks. We'll tell you what she had to say this morning.

South Carolina's Medicaid program is running well short on money. Now hospitals may be forced to make some tough decisions. We'll let you hear what they're considering.

Temperatures are starting to creep into the 50s and 60s during the day, but will that trend continue. Meteorologist Dave Turley will be along with your exclusive Doppler Max 11 forecast.

What will the roads look like for your morning commute? Our traffic guru Mark Robertson will be here to tell us and try again to stump Mike, Jenn & Dave.  Plus - What's warm, soft, and red? A WTOC Snuggle Me of course. And you can win one this morning on THE News at Daybreak. Be sure to tune into traffic and trivia.

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Have a great day!
The WTOC News Team

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