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NPR News: 09-07-2020 7AM ET

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Live from NPR news. I'm Nora raum demonstrators marched in Rochester, New York last night for a 5th night to call for police reform.

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Nothing to lose but our chains they were protesting the death of Daniel fruit in March after police and placed a hood over his head while arresting him last night's protest with peaceful hundreds of church leaders had volunteered to act as a buffer between protesters and police rev. Myra Brown had organized that effort. When was pleased with how it turned out. I am pleasantly surprised but I'm not surprised by the fact that they have stepped up Rochester is an amazing City and the people here care about each other day police reform will be implemented Labor Day is the traditional kickoff to the final stretch of a presidential campaign and they are Scott detrow reports. The coronavirus pandemic is forcing the candidates to modify their schedules and the weeks leading up to the November election.

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President Trump former Vice President, Joe Biden has a large crowd since the pandemic began is limited campaign events have been held in front of small groups of reporters and just a handful of support at a time on campaign says that caution will continue but in the final weeks of the campaign the candidate will begin traveling the country more today. Biden will be in Harrisburg Pennsylvania running mate, Senator, Kamala Harris travel to Milwaukee Biden was in Wisconsin last week and visit Michigan later this week as well. The president will travel to Florida and North Carolina and Michigan this week and we'll go to the Flight 93 Memorial in Western Pennsylvania on Friday the 19th anniversary of 911 NPR news a record-breaking Heat Wave continue to grip Southern California yesterday as wildfires burn across the region temperatures soared to the hottest ever in Los Angeles County and other all-time records ties were set Matt Gilliam of men.

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Station KCRW has more on Saturday degrees it beat that Sunday with a hundred and twenty one downtown LA reached a new Daily Record the National Weather Service meteorologist, Alex Cardenas highlighting Woodland Hills. Woodland Hills recorded the highest ever recorded in in LA County boat, Woodland Hills and Chino set region-wide records. This is Lee conditions didn't discriminate the mountain town of Idyllwild and the City of Escondido near the Coast Boats are record highs 104 and 1:15 respectively temperatures are expected to dip a few degrees in the coming days, but winds are the forecast midweek which will complicate firefighting efforts for NPR news. I met him in Los Angeles coming to NPR news.

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Historic floods in Sudan have killed at least 100 people and they are Zeta parole to reports. The government has declared a state of emergency Capital Banks countries Ministry of water in the river has reached the highest level in recorded history. The flooding is already worse than it was during the huge floods of 1946 and 1988 in the forties safe with the reins continuing the waters are expected to keep Rising so far about 500,000 people have been displaced and more than 100,000 homes have been flooded. The government has declared a state of emergency deploying troops to help with the response. The UN says the floods have cut a lot of access to clean water. So it expects the situation in Sudan and it to deteriorate are all top NPR news, Nairobi the number one male tennis player on the world was disqualified from the US Open yesterday, Novak Djokovic.

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A tennis ball and anger behind him and struck a line judge Pablo's sureno booster of Spain won by default. He says he has had no choice never likes supervisor do the right thing. But Joshua said to the okay Djokovic later apologized on Instagram. He was seeking an 18th Grand Slam win and to extend his 29 match winning streak. I'm Nora raum NPR news.
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