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Coming up on THE News: Return to Haiti

Here are stories WTOC is working on: Five missionaries from Grace Church of the Islands return to Haiti to find not much has changed since the 2010 earthquake. The group wasn't on a sightseeing tour. They were on a mission to help Haitians still struggling with the aftermath. It's work they found rewarding and challenging. Watch Melanie Ruberti's special report on Return to Haiti on THE News at 6. View photos from their journey.

Lowcountry reporter Jaime Dailey will have details on an ecstasy bust in Ridgeland.

Bureau Chief Dal Cannady is in Statesboro where First Lady Sandra Deal will be visiting.

Lynda Figueredo is looking at local efforts to get relief supplies to storm victims in Alabama. Check out WTOC's latest coverage of the storm. Christy Hutchings is in Alabama and will have a report.

WTOC's Don Logana talks to parents who were upset over the arrest of their son by Garden City police.  

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