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Tonight on 360, a mix of misery and hope. In some parts of the midwest it's getting worse. In other places, it's getting better. At this hour, there are still concerns more levees along the Mississippi River could break north of St. Louis, Missouri. We'll take you back to the town of Winfield, Missouri. 360's Gary Tuchman is with one family whose home is now literally an island. It's surrounded by water. And, CNN meteorologist tells us what to expect in the days ahead.
Also tonight, levee outrage. Drew Griffin of CNN's Special Investigations Unit has another remarkable report for us. The question: Are the levees built to control the Mississippi actually causing worse flooding? You may be shocked by what he discovered in his keeping them honest report.
On the trail, Sen. Barack Obama said this at a Florida fundraiser: "They're going to try to make you afraid. They're going to try to make you afraid of me. 'He's young and inexperienced and he's got a funny name. And, did I mention he's black?' " Is Obama playing the race card before the GOP possibly deals it out? We'll let you be the judge.
Also tonight, 360's Randi Kaye has her report on the alleged high school pregnancy pact. And, we have new details in the manhunt for fugitive hedge fund manager Samuel Israel in our Crime & Punishment report.
It's a busy Friday night. We hope you join us at 10pm ET. See you then!
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