Newsfeed Now for September 3: Hurricane Dorian weakens; School bans Harry Potter

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On Newsfeed Now for September 3, the conversation began along the East Coast. Hurricane Dorian continues to move closer to the U.S. coastline. WKRG’s Caroline Carithers took a look at the latest models. (*Show streamed at 11amCT).

For the full conversation, watch the video above.

Today’s other stories with scroll to times:

MURDER CONFESSION: A teenager who called 911 about hearing gunshots has admitted to killing five members of his family, Alabama authorities said Tuesday. WZDX’s Renata Di Gregorio reports.

For the full story: CLICK HERE or scroll to 5:30 in the video above.

HARRY POTTER BAN: A Catholic school in Tennessee has removed the Harry Potter books from its library after the school’s priest decided they could cause a reader to conjure evil spirits. WKRN’s Brent Remadna joined the conversation.

(Photo by David Silverman/Getty Images)

For the full story: CLICK HERE or scroll to 8:21 in the video above.

BEYOND THE BADGE: One police officer in Alabama is being lauded for doing more than just serving and protecting the community. WIAT’s Michael Clark reports.

For the full story: CLICK HERE or scroll to 12:32 in the video above.

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