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Tropical Storm Isaac / Florida, Gulf #1029664

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Aug 26, 2012
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(Studio: Lee Cowan) The impact of Tropical Storm Isaac on Florida introduced; storm route map shown.

(Key West: Manuel Bojorquez) The storm in the Florida keys featured; scenes shown from Key West of rain and wind and from Haiti. [On their boat, Pat and Lou TAYLOR; Key West city manager Bob VITAS†, Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos GIMENEZ†- comment on the storm.]

(Studio: Lee Cowan) Report introduced.

(Studio: Dave Bernard) The course of Tropical Storm Isaac towards the Gulf coast reviewed; tracking maps shown.

(Studio: Lee Cowan) Report introduced.

(Mobile: Mark Strassmann) The situation in the Gulf coast cities like Mobile, Alabama, featured; scenes shown of the oil rigs and from the Hurricane Katrina disaster in New Orleans. [Governor Bobby JINDAL†- offers advice for residents.] [Dothan RESIDENT - comments.]

(Studio: Lee Cowan) Report introduced.

(Clearwater, Florida: Bill Whitaker) The abbreviation of the Republican National Convention in Tampa due to the storm featured; scenes shown of the Tampa forum. [On "Face the Nation," RNC chair Reince PRIEBUS - comments on the situation.] [North Carolina delegate Ann SULLIVAN - comments on the convention.]

Bojorquez, Manuel;
Cowan, Lee;
Bernard, Dave;
Strassmann, Mark;
Whitaker, Bill

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