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New Year's Eve #823748

FNC Evening News for Saturday, Dec 31, 2005
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(Studio: Rick Folbaum) Scenes shown of last-minute preparations for the New Year's Eve celebration in New York City. [New York Police Commissioner Ray KELLY†- comments on security.]

(New York City: Bill McCuddy) The lineup for the Times Square New Year's celebration reviewed; scenes shown.

(New Orleans: Jeff Goldblatt) Preparations in New Orleans for tonight's festivities reviewed; scenes shown from Jackson Square. [Kern's Mardi Gras World Brian KERN†- talks about Hurricane Katrina's impact.]

(Las Vegas: Todd Connor) New Year's Eve festivities in Las Vegas, Nevada, reviewed; scenes shown from Fremont Street.

Reporter(s):
Folbaum, Rick;
McCuddy, Bill;
Goldblatt, Jeff;
Connor, Todd
Duration:
00:06:50

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