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Metro police investigate late night shooting

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  • A late night shooting in Savannah sent one person in the hospital. Our Ben Williamson will tell us what happened. 
  • The Beaufort County Sheriff's Office is investigating three shootings in three days in the Lowcountry. We'll have details from officials. 
  • We'll have an update as the Georgia general assembly gets ready to vote today on a bill that will allow bars to serve alcohol on this Sunday, the day before St. Patrick's Day. 
  • We'll have new details on what officials are looking for involving the search for a missing plane and the more than 200 passengers who were on board. 
  • Jamie Ertle will have morning traffic updates before you head out the door. Email Jamie your traffic tips to traffic@wtoc.com.
  • Dave Turley will have Monday's weather forecast.

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