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At least 4 people dead, dozens injured after Tropical Storm Isaias rips through the East Coast; Two-year-old hears for the first time after cochlear implants
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WBZ Evening News Update For August 4 02:22

Man hit by falling tree in Rehoboth; Mass. reports 438 new coronavirus cases, positive test rate up to 2.2%; Salem announces cancellation of Halloween events; Update on Tropical Storm Isaias.

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Rainy forecast may impact outdoor Thanksgiving Day plans

People along the East Coast who plan on having an outdoor Thanksgiving dinner should be prepared for wet weather. CBS New York weathercaster Lonnie Quinn has the..
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Polls Begin To Close On Most Divisive Election In U.S. History [Video]

Polls Begin To Close On Most Divisive Election In U.S. History

The 2020 campaign is coming to an end tonight. In the East Coast of the country polls are starting to close. Battlegrounds like Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, and Ohio will see results start to trickle in. Polls are also closed in Indiana, Kentucky, South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia and in most of North Carolina and Florida. CNN projects Trump will win the state of Indiana and its 11 electoral votes. Over 100 million Americans voted before the polls opened on November 3rd, 2020.

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