On Newsfeed Now for August 30, the conversation began with Hurricane Dorian. Dorian strengthened into a Category 2 hurricane on Thursday night and is projected to hit Florida much harder than expected. WKRG Meteorologist Caroline Carithers joined the conversation.
For the full conversation: Watch the video above.
Today’s other stories with scroll to times:
DISPATCHER UNDER FIRE: A Fort Smith dispatcher’s conduct is in question over her handling of a drowning woman’s plea for help.
The 911 call was released Thursday documenting her last dying moments.
Dispatcher: “Ms. Debbie you’re going to need to shut up. I need to you to listen to me.”
Dispatcher: “This will teach you next time don’t drive in the water…I don’t see how you didn’t see it, you had to go right over it, so?”
KNWA’s Kelly O’Neill reports.
For the full story: CLICK HERE or scroll to 5:40 in the video above.
NO MORE PANDAS?: The Memphis Zoo is one of three zoos nationwide to have pandas from China. The pandas on loan to the U.S. could disappear with trade tensions rising between the U.S. and China. WATN’s Caitlin McCarthy reports.
For the full story: CLICK HERE or scroll to 14:30 in the video above.