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More than 22,000 Katrina evacuees remain in shelters, dampening hopes that the government could meet its self-imposed deadline to empty shelters of hurricane victims by mid-October. So how much longer could it take to get hurricane evacuees into permanent housing?

Then, the Northeast is soaked from nearly six days of rain and residents in the region are bracing for more wet weather. So when will it stop? FOX's Phil Keating is live in Alstead, New Hampshire with the latest.

And, many people struggle with the decision but have no other choice. So which is better for kids: day care or at-home parenting? We'll get insight from Cathryn Booth-LaForce, professor of Family and Child Nursing at the University of Washington and researcher for the "Early Child Care Report."

These stories and much more today on "Studio B"!

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