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NBC Evening News for Monday, Jan 07, 2013
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Stories that were passed over during the holidays, including a helmet-cam video depicting a year in the life of a Detroit firefighter, David Finlayson††’s trombone video, the discovery of color photos of the Beatles from their 1964 US tour, the death of Michael Cronan††, who named the TiVo and the Kindle, the findings of the American Freshman survey showing a rise in students who think they are above average, the injury to Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III, tonight’s college football championship game between the University of Alabama and Notre Dame, and the return to school for survivors of the Sandy Hook school shooting, reported.
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