The basement of the Louisiana Governor's Mansion in Baton Rouge has flooded. The severe weather comes five months after March flooding in Louisiana and MS that left at least four dead and thousands of homes damaged. A National Weather Service volunteer measured 17.09 inches of rain in Livingston, Louisiana since midnight - making the deluge a 1-in-1000-year rainfall for that location.
Wendy Weiser, director of the Democracy Program at the New York University School of Law's Brennan Center for Justice, tells the Los Angeles Times that Trump's "disturbing and harmful" remarks could lead to the intimidation of minority voters.
Crabtree Valley, with almost 200 stores, is one of the largest enclosed malls in the U.S. Southeast, according to its website. Raleigh police said they responded to reports that shots were fired inside Crabtree Valley Mall around 2:30 p.m.
However, the Head Coach says the mentality of the club hasn't changed because it was already a Premier League standard club. Karanka has four goalkeepers vying for the first-team starting spot - summer signings Victor Valdes and Brad Guzan plus last season's promotion-winners Dimi Konstantopoulous and Tomas Mejias.
Aguero calmly struck home from the spot to get the Guardiola era up and running. City continued to dominate possession-they accounted for nearly 80 percent, according to WhoScored.com-but unearthing clear-cut chances for Aguero and Co. "I though Love did a great job and [Premier League debutant] Lynden Gooch did a great job as well off the left". His failure from 10 yards out just after the hour mark was a particularly poor miss and City paid the price when Defoe tucked in an equaliser 10 ...
Further details are awaited. Police say the wounded include a six-year-old child. PASSENGERS on a Swiss train have been attacked by a man with "fire and a knife" sparking fears of a new terror attack. The latest incident follows an attack in Wurzburg, Bavaria , Germany where an Afghan asylum seeker attacked passengers on a train with an axe, injuring four people.