Topics and Guests: August 25

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South Florida residents brace as Hurricane Katrina (search) slams into the Florida coast.

We'll have complete FOX Team coverage on the ground with Steve Harrigan.

Plus, we'll track the storm's progress with Joe Bastardi, senior meteorologist with

Then, we'll be joined by Jim Naugle, mayor of Ft. Lauderdale.

And, Thaddeus Cohen, secretary of the Florida Department of Community Affairs, which oversees the Division of Emergency Management, breaks down the emergency response.

Could Joran van der Sloot (search) soon be facing new criminal charges? Investigative reporter Tito Lacle joins us live from Aruba.

A young woman, who claimed that she was sexually assaulted by Joran van der Sloot, meets with Holloway-Twitty family attorney, Helen Lajuez. What did she say? We'll be joined by Lajuez.

Plus, Olivia Newton John's boyfriend declared bankruptcy, faced off in a nasty court battle with his ex-wife and then vanished into thin air! Is there any connection between his debts and his disappearance? We'll investigate.

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