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USA TODAY's Robert Bianco previews the television lineup for Friday, August 28. The final episode of 'Hannibal' marks the end of it's three season run, which was longer than expected.
An array of TV talent celebrates diversity on the small screen, at a Beverly Hills cocktail party ahead of the 67th Emmy Awards. (Aug. 28)
We are checking in with the leaders of the Gulf Coast community for an update on their recovery and a look at what's ahead. This morning Gulfport Mayor Bill Hewes is here with us this morning.
This family rides out the storm, and doesn't flood. Mike Hoss reports on this rare case in Bay St. Louis.
The building that now houses 200 North Beach restaurant was constructed in 1903. Despite the winds and waves that building continues to stand, right here on N Beach Boulevard. Joining us now are restaurant owner Ann Tidwell and chef Steven Oliver.
Mike Hoss interviews three mayors from towns devastated by hurricane Katrina ten years ago, Mike Smith from Waveland, Leo "Chipper" McDermott from Pass Christian, and Les Fillingame of Bay St. Louis.
Mike Hoss reports from coastal Mississippi. He talks about how far they've come since the extreme devastation from the storm, and the lasting effects residents are still dealing with.
We are looking ahead to the weekend with Noah Bonaparte Pais from Gambit, he's got his top entertainment picks.
Ten years after hurricane Katrina, homeowners have learned to pay close attention to their homeowners and flood insurance. Joining us on set this morning is Richie Clements, he is the president of the Professional Insurance Agents of Louisiana.