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Dozens of Effingham students out sick after viral outbreak

Good Friday morning from the Daybreak Team! 

Watch THE News at Daybreak on WTOC-TV for these stories. Check WTOC.com later today to see these stories online. This morning email tells you what's coming up on the morning newscast and alerts you to some cool things on WTOC.com.

Here's a list of the headlines you can expect to see this morning on THE News at Daybreak:

  • We'll have details after dozens of students got sick and are out of school today in Effingham County after a viral outbreak. 
  • We'll tell you about an investigation now underway after two people were found dead in a house in the Seabrook community off Keans Neck Road in Beaufort County. 
  • WTOC's Mike Cihla and Jamie Ertle will be working at the McDonald's on Chatham Parkway today to help raise money for a good cause. We'll tell you what time you can catch them working the drive-thru. 
  • We'll show you a man the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office is looking for to question about the theft of jewelry and cash from a residence on Jade Stone Court last week.
  • 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 Friday's weather forecast as well as a look at what we can expect this weekend.

Here's a list of things you can check out on WTOC.com:  

  • An alarming lapse in Internet security has exposed millions of passwords, credit card numbers and other sensitive bits of information to potential theft by computer hackers. Get details
  • Toyota Motor Corp. is recalling 6.39 million vehicles globally for a variety of problems spanning nearly 30 models in Japan, the U.S., Europe and other places. Find out more

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Don't miss THE News at Daybreak with Mike CihlaBrandi CummingsDave Turley, and Jamie Ertle.

Have a wonderful weekend!

~The Daybreak Team

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