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The Secret Service is investigating a security breach involving millions of in-store credit card records at Target stores nationwide. Target confirms the breach happened sometime in between the 27th of November and the 15th of this month. Up to 40 million debit and credit card accounts may have been impacted.

Rain is moving in to the Inland Empire. We are expecting a showers and the possibility of thunderstorms along with snow in the mountains. The resorts could get up to 7 inches of snow and snow levels could drop to 3500 feet by tonight. Skies will be clearing by tomorrow.

A&E is putting “Duck Dynasty” patriarch Phil Robertson on indefinite hiatus. The move follows Robertson’s controversial comments about homosexuals in an interview with “GQ” magazine.

Rumors are flying about a possible presidential run for California Governor Jerry Brown. Supporters are said to be rallying around the governor with hopes he will make a fourth run at the Oval Office.

One of the winners of this week’s Mega Millions jackpot is a very lucky woman from Stone Mountain, Georgia. Ira Curry is splitting a 648-million-dollar jackpot with a yet-to-be identified winner in San Jose. Curry is taking the lump sum option which and will take home $120 million dollars after taxes.

For the first time ever, weather could force the Super Bowl to be moved to a day other than Sunday. ┬áThe “New York Daily News” reports Super Bowl 48 may be moved to a Saturday or another day if a snow storm hits the New York/New Jersey area. ┬áThe game is scheduled to be played at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey on February 2nd.

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December 19, 2013 at 5:14 am | News | No comment