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Harvey drops to Cat. 1 – 275,000 without Power – People Trapped – 1000 CDT Update

Hurricane Harvey Damage

Hurricane Harvey made landfall just after 10 pm CDT Friday night as a powerful category 4 storm packing winds of 140 mph. The storm continued to weaken and now has 75 mph maximum sustained winds. Its track is troubling for the area from Matagorda Bay to the Houston Ship Channel and areas inland due to the flooding rain threat. 275,000 ...

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President Donald Trump’s Schedule for Saturday and Sunday 8/26 – 8/27

Camp David

President Donald Trump will spend his weekend at Camp David focused on Hurricane David and its impact on southeast Texas. On Sunday, the president and first lady will return to the White House. President Trump’s  schedule for Saturday and Sunday 8/26 – 8/27 Saturday 11:00 AM THE PRESIDENT receives a teleconference briefing regarding Hurricane Harvey – Camp David Sunday 3:30 PM THE ...

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Harvey Now a Category Four Storm – 131 mph winds 53″ rain possible – 19:00 CDT Update

GOes 16 imagery of Harvey

Hurricane Harvey is expected to strike the Texas coast just around 1 am CDT Saturday morning as a powerful category 4 storm packing winds of 130 mph or more. The National Weather Service warns that “life-threatening and devastating flooding expected near the coast due to heavy rainfall and storm surge.”. Areas from Corpus Christi to Houston will see flooding rains. ...

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Hurricane Harvey Live Video Feeds

Harvey Live Stream Video

CDN editorial staff is locating and posting every available live feed, information broadcast or otherwise helpful and informative video sources for the Hurricane Harvey landfall. Check back often as sources will be swapped out as they go dark or come online. Find the latest on Harvey on our Storm Page LIVE: Hurricane Harvey WATCH – Category 3 Hurricane Approaching Texas ...

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White House Press Briefing 8/25/17 [Live Stream]

Sarah Huckabee Sanders - 9

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders briefs the media on the events and issues of the day. The topics most likely to be discussed is Hurricane Harvey and the preparations the administration have made. The briefing is scheduled to start at 1:45 pm EDT.

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President Trump’s Schedule for Friday, August 25, 2017

Camp David

President Donald  Trump will receive his daily intelligence briefing then meet with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. In the afternoon, the President and First Lady Melania Trump will depart the White House en route to Camp David. President Trump’s schedule for Friday, 8/25/17 10:30 AM Receive daily intelligence briefing – Oval Office 11:30 AM Meet with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson ...

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Harvey could slam Texas as powerful Category 4 Hurricane

Model consensus 8-24-17 1400

Hurricane Harvey is expected to strengthen into a category 3 hurricane Friday morning and will strike the Texas coast late Friday night or early Saturday as a strong category 3 or perhaps a category 4 storm. The National Weather Service warns that “life-threatening and devastating flooding expected near the coast due to heavy rainfall and storm surge.”. Major Hurricanes pack ...

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Virginia City decided to rename Jefferson Davis Highway and internet went nuts

Jefferson Davis Highway

Submerged in the craziness that is the War on Statues, Alexandria City, Virginia has decided that they need to rename a highway. Where did the city government leaders turn for good alternatives? The internet. And you know how that went. Virginia is renaming Jefferson Davis Highway and asking the internet for suggestions https://t.co/Ut09mVA2Pt pic.twitter.com/USXud2zIqR — Jalopnik (@Jalopnik) August 20, 2017 ...

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Harvey Upgraded to Hurricane Will Strike Texas as Category 3 Storm

Harvey hurricane chart

Hurricane Harvey is expected to strengthen into a major hurricane before striking the Texas coast late Friday night or early Saturday. Major Hurricanes pack winds of over 110 mph and should be considered a great threat to life and property. The National Weather Service warns that “preparations along the middle Texas Coast should be rushed to completion today.   National ...

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Shooter down in Charleston, South Carolina Hostage Incident

Virginia's on King active shooter

The gunman that entered the Virginia’s on King restaurant in downtown Charleston, South Carolina, shot and killed one person and took several others hostages has been shot by police ending the crisis. Police respond to active shooter situation on King Street in downtown Charleston https://t.co/dazRyolJ6Y — WPDE ABC15 (@wpdeabc15) August 24, 2017 Witnesses say an older black man wearing an ...

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President Donald Trump’s Schedule for Thursday, August 24, 2017

President Donald Trump will receive his daily intelligence briefing in the morning then he will meet with the National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster. Later in the morning, the President will then meet with the Director of the Office of Management and Budget Mick Mulvaney and the Office of Legislative Affairs. President Trump’s schedule for Thursday, 8/24/17 10:30 AM Receive daily ...

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4 pm Harvey Update: Tropical Storm, Hurricane Watches for Texas – 15+ inches of rain

Harvey Cone and track 8-23-17 1600

The National Weather Service has upgraded Harvey to a tropical depression. Tropical storm and hurricane watches have been issued along the Mexico and Texas coastlines. 4:30 pm ET Update from National Weather Service Harvey was last reported near latitude 21.6 North, longitude 92.6 West traveling at 2 mph towards the north-northwest. The depression’s winds have reached a sustained 35 mph with ...

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Harvey to redevelop into Tropical Storm, Hit Texas

Harvey 5-day outlook 8-23-17 0800

The remnants of Harvey will reform into a tropical storm as they cross the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico on a collision course with the coast of Texas. The national weather service on Wednesday warned that the low-pressure system has a “near 100 percent” chance of forming into a tropical depression in the next 48 hours and is ...

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