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New Year's Eve #1036842

NBC Evening News for Monday, Dec 31, 2012
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(New York: Ron Mott) New Year's Eve around the world featured; scenes shown from New York City’s Times Square, New Zealand and Australia, Tokyo and Beijing, Mobile, Miami and Atlanta, a special crystal honoring the late Dick Clark, the security presence; details given about how to uncork champagne; diagrams shown. [Several PEOPLE – comment.] [New York City police commissioner Ray KELLY†- says Times Square is the safest location in America.] [Parlor hair salon owner Gwenn LeMOINE†- comments on donating part of the day’s proceeds to Hurricane Sandy survivors.] The list of banished words for 2013 and the cold weather tonight noted.

Snow, Kate;
Mott, Ron

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