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Friday morning news: September 21, 2018

Kavanaugh accuser faces deadline » Christine Ford, the woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct as a teenager has reportedly told lawmakers she “would be prepared to testify next week” if the terms are fair.

Thursday morning news: September 20, 2018

President Trump visits North Carolina in wake of Florence » President Trump was on the ground in North Carolina on Wednesday, where he toured storm-ravaged areas and talked to relief and rescue workers, as well as residents impacted by Florence. 

Wednesday morning news: September 19, 2018

Florence relief efforts continue » President Trump will visit North Carolina today to survey the impact of Hurricane Florence and the catastrophic rains that lingered well after the winds died down.

Tuesday morning news: September 18, 2018

Both Kavanaugh and accuser willing to testify » Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and the woman accusing him of assaulting her at a high school house party will be called to testify in the Senate on Monday. That news came just hours after both indicated they were willing to testify under oath.

Monday morning news: September 17, 2018

Florence wreaks havoc in southeast » Florence continues to wreak havoc in the Carolinas. The storm was downgraded to a tropical depression Sunday, but the rain just keeps falling, triggering flash floods and pushing rivers into streets.

Friday morning news: September 14, 2018

Hurricane Florence arrives » AUDIO: [Sound of Hurricane Florence]  Hurricane Florence is now spinning over the Carolinas, battering the region with strong winds and driving rain. The storm hit the coast last night as a category 1 hurricane.

Thursday morning news: September 13, 2018

Florence to make landfall today » Hurricane Florence sits on the doorstep of the Carolinas today. It will begin making landfall late tonight. It’s now projected to hit the coast as a category 3 hurricane with winds around 115 miles per hour and a devastating storm surge. 

Wednesday morning news: September 12, 2018

East Coast braces for Florence » Residents of several states along the east coast continue to brace for Hurricane Florence. Officials are telling more than a million people to flee the storm’s path as it takes aim at the Carolinas.

Tuesday morning news: September 11, 2018

S.C. governor orders evacuation for entire coast » South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster has ordered a mandatory evacuation of his state’s coastal region. The move came as Hurricane Florence ballooned into a Category 4 storm.

Monday morning news: September 10, 2018

Florence becomes a hurricane » Florence became a hurricane Sunday morning, prompting concern along the East Coast. Jack Beven with the National Hurricane Center expects the storm to make landfall somewhere between the Carolinas and the mid-Atlantic region by the end of the week.