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Your Wednesday QuickNews From K-LOVE

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

(K-LOVE News – Bob Dittman) – Good morning! Get your Wednesday moving with some of the stories that may impact your day.

Nor'easter Packing Heavy Snow, Wind Threatens New Outages

AP/Elise Amendola

(PHILADELPHIA) — Heavy, wet snow and gusting winds could take down trees and snap power lines already weakened from last week's storm.

Weeks After School Shooting, Florida High School Band Performs At Carnegie Hall

AP/Seth Wenig

(NEW YORK) — The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Wind Symphony played at the renowned New York venue.

West Virginia Teachers End Walkout After Deal Is Made

Craig Hudson/Charleston Gazette Mail via AP

(CHARLESTON, W.Va.) — "Today is a new day for education in West Virginia. No more looking back!"

What's Fresh At McDonald's? The Beef In Some Burgers

AP/Mike Stewart

(NEW YORK) — McDonald’s has been making recent menu modifications in an effort they hope will change their image.

Target's Remake Is Accelerating In 2018

AP/Wilfredo Lee

(NEW YORK) — Increased wages and multiple delivery options highlight their plans.

UnitedHealthcare To Pass Onto Customers Some Drug Rebates

AP/Jim Mone

(MINNETONKA, Minn.) — It could be a potential break for those taking expensive prescriptions.

Driverless Car Damage Due To Angry People?

Jose Juarez/Detroit News via AP

(SAN FRANCISCO) — One problem with self-driving cars are people attacks.

Today’s Encouraging Word: “The wise are known for their understanding, and pleasant words are persuasive.” (Proverbs 16:21 NLT)

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