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Imagine your home and all your belongings washed away and gone for good. That's the reality for thousands of people across the Midwest. Tonight on 360, we take you inside the disaster zone. 360's Gary Tuchman is in the town of Grafton, Illinois where the Mississippi is still rising. Residents are living in fear that the floodwaters will reach their homes. Also tonight, a bad bet. 360's David Mattingly is in Gulfport, Illinois (about 3 1/2 hours south of Gary's location) where residents had no flood insurance. They say the government said they didn't need it. We're keeping them honest.
On the radio, a new controversy for Don Imus. Oh, yes. Here we go again.
This time he talked about just one black athlete, not an entire team. We've got the details. You be the judge. Did he cross the line?
And, 360's Randi Kaye has an update on the alleged pregnancy pact at a Massachusetts high school. Hopefully you saw her latest blog on the controversial story. And, did you hear the "Naked Cowboy" here in NYC is taking on M&M's. We can't make this stuff up.
Get tonight's headlines on 360, starting at 10pm ET. Hope you'll join us!
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