Listen: North Carolina, Barbara Kusak and Carolina Beach discussed on Mark Levin
"Florence. The toll includes at least five dead more than three quarters of a million power outages and hundreds of rescues as the water rises correspondent Miguel Marquez Florence hasn't. Let up in the Carolina beach community of North Carolina. Heavy heavy amounts of rain here in Carolina. Steve. Water in Carolina beach today. And now we are seeing. Relent going. Our now shows no sign of letting up flooding a major concern as meteorologist Jennifer gray tells us river flooding is going to be a problem all the way into the middle part of next week where a lot of these rivers across portions of North Carolina are going to be at record levels, dozens of people in the community of Belle haven. Rescued from the rising waters of the puzzle river and a creek. I'm Barbara Kusak. Too. Fast moving wildfires in Utah are also fast growing details from correspondent Jim Rupe? The pole creek fire in the bald mountain fire. Both believed to have been caused by lightning strikes have little to no containment and continue to be pushed by winds and fuelled by lots of drought-stricken brush, hundreds of homes have been evacuated. Several roads were closed with no real indication. When conditions will change. Lieutenant governor Spencer Cox urges residents to heed evacuation orders. The dramatic turn in the Paul Manafort case, the former Trump campaign chairman entered a plea deal and will cooperate with federal investigation into Russian meddling in the two thousand sixteen election, a seventeen year old suburban Detroit girl today. A Louis was rain today on a first degree murder charge. It's in connection with the fatal stabbing of a classmate during a fight that authorities say was over a male student. I'm Barbara Kusak. Taking a look at SF SFO traffic."