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Listen Up: A Closer Look at the Top Stories for Wednesday, April 4

Wednesday, April 4, 2018 

It's Wednesday, everyone, you've almost made it over the hump! We're looking at a slight warm up today with highs in the 60s. However, thunderstorms are brewing and will be here by late morning. As always, get the latest forecast at

1. Woman Opens Fire at YouTube Headquarters in California

A tragic and chaotic scene took place Tuesday afternoon at the YouTube headquarters in California. 

A woman opened fire before she took her own life, according to authorities in The Golden State. 

Three victims were hurt and hospitalized for gun-related wounds following the shooting that happened at an outdoor patio of the tech hub.

The investigation into the shooter's motive is ongoing.

Read more here.

2. Target Lovers, Rejoice! 3 New Stores Opening in NYC

Attention, Target shoppers. The retail chain announced it will be opening three new stores in New York City. 

Target will bring small-format stores to the Upper East Side, Staten Island and Astoria. Some locations have their sights set for a 2019 opening. 

Will you be going?

Read more here.

3. Wages in New York City Increased in March, Study Reveals

A bit of some fantastic news for workers in New York City to start your Wednesday. 

Wage growth in the Big Apple has increased last month and was above the national average. 

The jobs that had the biggest bump in wages were in the finance, e-commerce and technology fields, with bank tellers and delivery drivers also seeing wage gains. 

Read more here.

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