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As Texas residents prepare for the worst from Hurricane Rita (search), rainwater from the storm caused more flooding in the Crescent City just as the devastated city was drying up from Hurricane Katrina.
We'll have a live update from Bill Hemmer in New Orleans.
We'll get reaction from New Orleans resident Hillary Richier, who is refusing to evacuate again.
Then, we'll track the Rita's progress with FOXCaster Janice Dean.
It's the largest independent oil refiner in the United States, but it's now at the mercy of Hurricane Rita. Can Valero Energy (search) weather the storm? We'll be joined by the company's chairman and CEO, Bill Greehey.
Can the city of Galveston, Texas handle Rita's storm surge? We'll ask Galveston Council Member Joe Jaworski.
Plus, Galveston resident Jennifer McDonald explains why she isn't leaving her island home.
What should police do in situations where residents do not want to leave? We'll ask former New York City Police Commissioner Howard Safir.
How is Home Depot keeping its much-needed supplies in stock? We'll be joined by Carl Liebert, executive vice president of Home Depot Stores.
We'll take Wall Street's reaction from Scott Bleier, president of Hybrid Investors, and Tom Gentile, chief market strategist of Optionetics.
How is the world's biggest retailer preparing for Hurricane Rita? Pam Kohn, Wal-Mart's senior vice president for the Southeast region, weighs in.
Plus, we'll have complete FOX Team coverage from:
• Greta Van Susteren in Houston, Texas
• Orlando Salinas at the National Hurricane Center
• Rick Leventhal in Lake Charles, Louisiana
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