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Friday PM Tropical update: Extremely hot weekend, watching Gulf disturbance into next week

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www.youtube.com – – 2023-08-25 18:22:18

SUMMARY: There is a tropical system that will be stalling over the Yucatan or the Yucatan channel between the Yucatan and Cuba. Currently, there is no organization, but there may be some circulation developing. The system is expected to remain stalled for the next 24-48 hours. The models predict that it will eventually move northward towards Florida. The storm is still in the early stages, but it is not expected to become a major hurricane due to wind shear and dry air. Rainfall is expected and there will be better rain chances next week. Temperatures will remain high until the approaching front brings in cooler temperatures.

WWL-TV Chief Meteorologist Chris Franklin talks latest weather on Eyewitness News at 5 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 25, 2023.

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US appeals court panel declines to delay execution of one of longest-serving death-row inmates | KTVE

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www.myarklamiss.com – GENE JOHNSON and REBECCA BOONE, Associated Press – 2024-02-23 17:57:29

SUMMARY: A U.S. appeals court panel has rejected a request to delay the execution of Thomas Creech, one of the nation's longest-serving death row inmates. Creech was convicted in 1983 for killing a fellow prison inmate with a battery-filled sock. He had previously been convicted of four other murders and was already serving a life sentence. Creech's attorneys argued that his death sentence should be set aside because it was issued by a judge, not a jury. However, the judges expressed skepticism and denied the request for a stay. Creech's execution is scheduled for Wednesday.

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‘We don’t use that water’: Coteau residents voice concerns over water quality

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www.youtube.com – News 10 – 2024-02-23 17:38:34

SUMMARY: Residents in Coteau, St. Landry Parish, have expressed concerns about the poor quality of water supplied by Water Works District 3. One resident, Pharell Romero, mentioned that the water is so bad that they refuse to use it for anything, even cleaning. Despite a state of emergency being declared for the water district in 2023, some residents have not seen any improvements. However, Director Brad Cradeur assures that there have been significant improvements in water quality and infrastructure repairs since he took over. Cradeur's team is working tirelessly to provide the town with the quality of water it deserves.

Coteau residents have complained for a long time about the poor quality of water they have been supplied with.

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List: Where the ‘rich are getting richer,’ according to new analysis | KTVE

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www.myarklamiss.com – Addy Bink – 2024-02-23 17:34:30

SUMMARY: A new study has found that billionaires in the U.S. have become 34% richer since 2020, with their wealth growing three times the inflation rate. It takes a household income of $200,000 or more to be considered among the richest Americans. The analysis also ranked the top 100 U.S. cities based on changes in household income and the number of households with an income of $200,000 or more. Los Altos, California, topped the list with an average household income exceeding $400,000. The study shows that wealth disparities are increasing, with the wealthy getting wealthier.

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