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Photo by Marcus Yam | Getty Images The Houston Police department announced that one of their officers died due to flooding. The officer was attempting to report for duty when his vehicle was swept off the road. University of Florida professor is fired for implying that Hurricane...
Photo by NICHOLAS KAMM | Getty Images We are mopping up our continuing coverage today on Hurricane Harvey on the Todd and Don Show. National News (but its all kinda local) President Trump announced that he will be visiting Houston to get a firsthand report of the conditions on...
Photo by SAUL LOEB | Getty Images Mark' Cesar's and Don's out on injury reserve thanks to Hurricane Harvey - the leading headline across the lone star state this morning. President Trump is expected to make landfall in the lone star state tomorrow to observe the hurricane damage...
As Hurricane Harvey moves closer, concerns grow that the storm could cause shortages in fuel supply and have now driven benchmark gasoline prices to a three-week high. Video of Hurricane Harvey may drive up gas prices Hurricane Harvey is threatening to cause massive flooding...
Photo by Joe Raedle | Getty Images Today on the Todd and Don Show: Top of the News Hurricane Harvey is threatening to cause massive flooding along the Texas coast. We normally get pretty silly around here, but we aren’t messing around when it comes to Hurricane Harvey. If you...
Photo by Justin Sullivan | Getty Images The Nation The Powerball winning ticket was sold in Massachusetts . The lump sum payout is 440 million dollars. If I won, I wouldn’t touch the money for one year. After that I would attempt to buy the old Chicken Ranch. What would Todd or...
On Tuesday night, ESPN confirmed that its management moved an Asian-American announcer, Robert Lee, off the University of Virginia's home opener football game "simply because of the coincidence of his name." A source had told CNN that Lee was abruptly switched to the Youngstown...
Photo Curtesy of Ralph Freso | Stringer Today on The Todd and Don Show we discuss: Trump is the president that keeps on giving. His rally on Tuesday just goes to prove that. President Donald Trump stated that he would be willing shutdown the government over the funding of an...
According to real estate website Trulia, people 55 and older own 53 percent of U.S. owner-occupied houses, the biggest share since the government started collecting data in 1900. This morning, Todd and Don got Austin to weigh in: