What's Trending - August 29th

 

At least nine people are now dead in catastrophic flooding from Tropical Storm Harvey.  Officials expect the death toll to climb as heavy rain keeps falling. Y94 is teaming up with the Red Cross to help our friends there by joining with other local media to provide “Help for Houston.” It starts this afternoon at 5. Get more information at Y94fm.com

Another record setting crowd at the Fair Monday as nearly 89-thousand people came out. Today is Beef Day, and Fire and Rescue Day. At Chevy court The Marshall Tucker Band at 2pm, and Daya at 8pm. 

The SU football team will wear a patch honoring Dick MacPherson this season. The blue patch with 'Mac' inscribed in orange will be sewn on their jerseys and on the Carrier Dome field.

President Trump defended his pardon of controversial Arizona lawman Joe Arpaio [[are-PIE-oh]], saying he received unfair treatment. He was convicted last month of criminal contempt for disobeying a federal judge's order in a racial profiling case involving Latinos.

North Korea launched a missile that passed over Japan and broke apart in the ocean. Japan calls the move reckless, serious, and grave threat to the country.

Selena Gomez's Instagram was deactivated Monday morning after nude photos of her ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber were posted to the account. It appears it was hacked. 



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