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It's <Speech_Female> on a path to strike <Speech_Female> louisiana <Speech_Female> tomorrow as <Speech_Female> a major hurricane. <Speech_Female> Evacuations <Speech_Female> are underway <Speech_Female> in at least five <Speech_Female> south louisiana <Speech_Female> parishes and <Speech_Female> governor john. Bel <Speech_Female> edwards has activated <Speech_Female> the state's national <Speech_Female> guard to <Speech_Female> respond to what's <Speech_Female> forecast to be <Speech_Male> a devastating <Speech_Male> category for <Speech_Male> hurricane. <Speech_Female> Benjamin shot <Speech_Female> with the national weather <Speech_Female> service. In new orleans <Speech_Female> says it will bring <Speech_Female> wind gusts of <Speech_Female> up to one hundred <Speech_Female> and seventy miles <Speech_Female> per hour. Fifteen <Speech_Female> foot storm <Speech_Female> surge and <Speech_Female> nearly two feet <Speech_Male> of rain <SpeakerChange> in some areas. <Speech_Male> This <Speech_Music_Male> will be life <Speech_Music_Male> altering storm <Speech_Music_Male> for those who are <Speech_Music_Male> prepared <Speech_Music_Male> and ready to take <Speech_Male> what <Speech_Music_Male> i'd is. Go throw <SpeakerChange> at us <Speech_Male> later this <Speech_Female> weekend. Parts <Speech_Female> of louisiana are still <Speech_Male> recovering from <Speech_Male> a record. Five <Speech_Female> tropical landfalls <Speech_Female> last year. <Speech_Female> Debbie elliott. <Speech_Female> npr news <Speech_Female> ida is <Speech_Female> expected to make landfall <Speech_Female> on the exact <Speech_Female> date when <Speech_Female> hurricane katrina <Speech_Female> struck. Sixteen <Speech_Female> years ago <Speech_Female> devastating. A large <Speech_Female> swath of the gulf coast. <Speech_Female> Katrina <Speech_Female> was a category three <Speech_Female> storm while aita <Speech_Female> is likely <Speech_Female> to be a category <Speech_Female> four. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> This is npr <Silence> news <Silence> <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> in <Speech_Female> california. The <Speech_Female> lake tahoe visitors <Speech_Female> authority <Speech_Female> is urging people <Speech_Female> not to visit. <Speech_Female> The air. quality <Speech_Female> is terrible <Speech_Female> because of a major wildfire. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> The kaldor fire <Speech_Female> has burned more than one <Speech_Female> hundred forty thousand <Speech_Female> acres in <Speech_Female> the sierra nevada. <Speech_Female> It's now only <Speech_Female> about twelve percent <Speech_Female> contained <Speech_Female> after breaking out <Speech_Female> on august fourteenth. <Speech_Female> It's one <Speech_Female> of nearly ninety <Speech_Female> large blazes <Speech_Female> burning in. Us <Speech_Female> mostly in western <Speech_Female> states <Speech_Female> the the <Speech_Female> administration is <Speech_Female> urging state <Speech_Female> and local leaders <Speech_Female> to give tenants <Speech_Female> a chance to apply <Speech_Female> for rental assistance <Speech_Female> before <Speech_Female> evicting them. western <Speech_Female> states <Speech_Female> the the <Speech_Female> administration is <Speech_Female> urging state <Speech_Female> and local leaders <Speech_Female> to give tenants <Speech_Female> a chance to apply <Speech_Female> for rental assistance <Speech_Female> before <Speech_Female> evicting them. <Speech_Female> As npr's <Speech_Female> laura walmsley reports <Speech_Female> the move <Speech_Female> follows the supreme <Speech_Female> court's decision <Speech_Female> to block <Speech_Female> continuation of <Speech_Female> the cdc's <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> temporary addiction. <Speech_Female> Been in a <Speech_Female> letter. Cabinet officials <Speech_Female> call on governors <Speech_Female> mayors county executives <Speech_Female> and court administrators <Speech_Female> to <Speech_Female> take action to prevent <Speech_Female> what they call unnecessary <Speech_Female> evictions <Speech_Female> among <Speech_Female> their recommendations <Speech_Female> are local pauses <Speech_Female> on evictions <Speech_Female> and requiring landlords <Speech_Female> to apply for <Speech_Female> emergency rental assistance <Speech_Female> before <Speech_Female> they file addictions <Speech_Female> tenant advocates <Speech_Female> say. The message is a <Speech_Female> powerful nudge. Too many <Speech_Female> states and counties <Speech_Female> addictions <Speech_Female> are handled at the state <Speech_Female> and local level <Speech_Female> twenty. Five billion dollars <Speech_Female> is available in <Speech_Female> federal rental assistance <Speech_Female> but in many <Speech_Female> places that money <Speech_Female> has been slow to reach the <Speech_Female> renters and property <Speech_Female> owners who are <Speech_Female> counting on it <Speech_Female> laurel wamsley. <Speech_Female> Npr news washington <Speech_Female> spacex <Speech_Female> will try again <Speech_Female> tomorrow to launch <Speech_Female> a falcon nine <Speech_Female> rocket and send <Speech_Female> a dragon capsule <Speech_Female> to the international <Speech_Female> space station. <Speech_Female> The weather didn't cooperate. <Speech_Female> This morning <Speech_Female> is to deliver <Speech_Female> some forty eight <Speech_Female> hundred pounds of <Speech_Female> supplies <Speech_Female> as well as fresh <Speech_Female> food for the crew. I'm nora raum npr news.

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