Investigation continues after woman killed by train in Wayne Co.
Good Friday morning from the Daybreak Team! Happy Weekend Eve!!
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 new details about the women killed yesterday in a train accident in Wayne County.
We are working on more information about a 9-year-old boy that was shot in the head with a 22 rifle yesterday that has left him in critical condition at Memorial.
A severe thunderstorm watch remains in effect for parts of northern and central Georgia. We'll keep checking in with a live look at Atlanta throughout the morning and Meteorologist Dave Turley will let us know what's happening right now.
You're invited to a night of music and art this weekend to remember a SCAD student and his love for both. We'll have details on the A-Town Get Down Music and Arts Fest happening in Savannah.
Jamie Ertle will have morning traffic updates before you head out the door. Email Jamie your traffic tips to email@example.com.
Dave Turley will have Friday's weather forecast as well as a look at what we can expect throughout the weekend.
Here's a list of things you can check out on WTOC.com:
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