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  • Trail of Hope: The Mountaintop Speech

    Trail of Hope: The Mountaintop Speech

    On April 3, 1968, Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his last speech to the public at Mason Temple inOn April 3, 1968, Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his last speech to the public at Mason Temple in

    On April 3, 1968, Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his last speech to the public at Mason Temple in Memphis, TN. (Source: AP Photo/Charles Kelly, File)

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    On April 3, 1968, Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his last speech to the public at Mason Temple in Memphis, TN. (Source: AP Photo/Charles Kelly, File)

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  • Trail of Hope: Four Nights in Orangeburg

    Trail of Hope: Four Nights in Orangeburg

    Cleveland Sellers was present at the Orangeburg Massacre in 1968, an event which resulted in the deaCleveland Sellers was present at the Orangeburg Massacre in 1968, an event which resulted in the dea

    Cleveland Sellers was present at the Orangeburg Massacre in 1968, an event which resulted in the deaths of 3 African Americans. (Source: AP Photo)

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    Cleveland Sellers was present at the Orangeburg Massacre in 1968, an event which resulted in the deaths of 3 African Americans. (Source: AP Photo)

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  • Trail of Hope: Disobedience

    Trail of Hope: Disobedience

    Bruce Boynton's layover at a bus stop in Alabama paved the way for nonviolent protest across the souBruce Boynton's layover at a bus stop in Alabama paved the way for nonviolent protest across the sou

    Bruce Boynton's layover at a bus stop in Alabama paved the way for nonviolent protest across the southern United States. (Source: AP Photo)

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    Bruce Boynton's layover at a bus stop in Alabama paved the way for nonviolent protest across the southern United States. (Source: AP Photo)

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  • Rain possible late Saturday

    Rain possible late Saturday

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    A sunny start to the weekend. Temps will rise into the upper 60s. Clouds and a few showers will slide in late Saturday night and very early Sunday. Temps will rise into the mid 60s on Sunday. Scattered showers will continue into Monday. We'll have additional chances of rain next Wednesday and Friday. Temps will run slightly below normal through the next seven days.

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    A sunny start to the weekend. Temps will rise into the upper 60s. Clouds and a few showers will slide in late Saturday night and very early Sunday. Temps will rise into the mid 60s on Sunday. Scattered showers will continue into Monday. We'll have additional chances of rain next Wednesday and Friday. Temps will run slightly below normal through the next seven days.

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  • Sunny start to the weekend before possible rain

    Sunny start to the weekend before possible rain

    Temps will rise into the upper 60s. Clouds and a few showers will slide in late Saturday night and very early Sunday. Temps will rise into the mid 60s on Sunday. Scattered showers will continue into Monday. We'll have additional chances of rain next Wednesday and Friday. Temps will run slightly below normal through the next 7 days.More >>
  • Cool, mostly dry weekend weather

    Cool, mostly dry weekend weather

    Slightly below normal temps can be expected on Saturday and Sunday but most of the weekend will feature dry weather. On Saturday, sunny skies during the morning with increasing afternoon clouds.  High temps in mid to upper 60’s.  Scattered rain will be possible late Sunday as high temps settle in the mid-60’s under mostly cloudy skies.

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    Slightly below normal temps can be expected on Saturday and Sunday but most of the weekend will feature dry weather. On Saturday, sunny skies during the morning with increasing afternoon clouds.  High temps in mid to upper 60’s.  Scattered rain will be possible late Sunday as high temps settle in the mid-60’s under mostly cloudy skies.

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