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September 13, 2018: Hour 1

There's likely to be record rain and storm surge as Hurricane Florence makes landfall. Combined with high winds, that could cause power outages lasting from days to weeks. We hear from Harry Sideris, chief distribution officer for Duke Energy, which provides electricity to more than 4 million people in the Carolinas. Also, our election road trip coverage rolls on to Indiana with a look at the state's manufacturing industry, which has drawn attention from President Trump. And in the WNBA Wednesday night, the Seattle Storm beat the Washington Mystics to become the three-time champions. Host Peter O'Dowd discusses that and other sports news with Here & Now sports analyst Mike Pesca.

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