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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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  • 14 First Alert forecastMore>>

  • Rain possible through Wednesday morning

    Rain possible through Wednesday morning

    Clouds and showers will still threaten through early Wednesday morning. North winds will keep temperatures in the 50s and low 60s. Clouds should pull east by Wednesday afternoon. Clearing skies will let temps slide into the upper 40s on Thursday morning. Thursday will be sunny and pleasant with a high of 66. Slight chance for rain on Friday afternoon, then sunny, dry and warmer through the weekend and early next week.More >>
  • Clear skies by Thursday morning

    Clear skies by Thursday morning

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    Clouds and showers will still threaten through early Wednesday morning. North winds will keep temperatures in the 50s and low 60s. Clouds should pull east by Wednesday afternoon. Clearing skies will let temps slide into the upper 40s on Thursday morning. Thursday will be sunny and pleasant with a high of 66. Slight chance for rain on Friday afternoon, then sunny, dry and warmer through the weekend and early next week.

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    Clouds and showers will still threaten through early Wednesday morning. North winds will keep temperatures in the 50s and low 60s. Clouds should pull east by Wednesday afternoon. Clearing skies will let temps slide into the upper 40s on Thursday morning. Thursday will be sunny and pleasant with a high of 66. Slight chance for rain on Friday afternoon, then sunny, dry and warmer through the weekend and early next week.

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  • Few showers possible Tuesday

    Few showers possible Tuesday

    A few light, scattered showers will be possible on and off throughout the day, but much of today will be dry. Temperatures will top out in the low 60s under cloudy skies. Tonight will be mostly cloudy and dry with low temperatures right around 50.

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    A few light, scattered showers will be possible on and off throughout the day, but much of today will be dry. Temperatures will top out in the low 60s under cloudy skies. Tonight will be mostly cloudy and dry with low temperatures right around 50.

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