Newsfeed Now: Tracking the Tropics; Huge crowds at Alabama football game goes viral

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(KARK/NEXSTAR) – Two tropical systems could both hit the Gulf Coast in the coming days. KARK meterologist Pat Walker has the latest track.

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HUGE CROWDS: High school football is officially back, but in Alabama, not all COVID-19 prevention procedures were followed. WKRG’s Devon Walsh joins the conversation.

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DNC WRAP-UP: A convention without a roaring crowd, confetti cannons, funny hats — a gathering in name only — delivered the Democratic presidential nomination to Joe Biden on Thursday, the culmination of a lifelong pursuit that comes at a time of crisis. Washington reporter Jessi Turnure reports.

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SQUIRRELS SPLOOTING: Some Texas viewers have noticed that squirrels have been laying down flat on their stomachs with their legs stretched behind them, apparently slowed to a complete stop in the soaring temperatures. KXAN’s Will DuPree joins the conversation.

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