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Update: Cause of Savannah River fish kill discovered

The Georgia Department of Natural Resources says a lack of oxygen killed off fish in the Betty's Branch area this past weekend.Full story

Smaller-Than-Expected Gulf Dead Zone Is Still Massive

The dead zone that has formed in the Gulf of Mexico this summer is smaller than predicted, but is still larger than average, spanning an area roughly the size of Connecticut. This zone, an area without oxygen and almost completely devoid of life that crops up every summer, covers 5,840 square miles Full story

Gulf 'dead zone' above average but not near record

This summer's "dead zone" at the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico, where there's so little oxygen that starfish suffocate, is bigger than average but doesn't approach record size as scientists had predicted, according to findings released Monday. Full story

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To keep you in the know about news and trends in the worlds of entertainment, Hollywood gossip, and style, Tim Stack of Entertainment Weekly, Suzanne Zuckerman of People, and beauty and style expert Jenn Falik share the latest headlines and trends, including the possible name of Adele’s baby and ros

  Thousands of dead fish wash ashore S.C. beach

Experts believe a lack of oxygen caused thousands of dead menhaden to wash up on a South Carolina shore. WMBF’s Ken Baker reports.

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Jesse Spencer, best known for the medical drama “House,” stars as a fireman in the new NBC show “Chicago Fire.” He tells TODAY’s Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb about the rigorous training he and his fellow cast members had to go through to prepare for their roles.

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