We know you were trying to get in as much Happening Now as you possibly could today, so we got almost everything on air. Jane, Jon & Harris won't be on again for 2 whole days! So enjoy these extra tidbits over the weekend while we put together an all new bunch of hot stories for next week.

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We're probably not getting a ton ofhits from Kentucky today. The Public ServiceCommission says thereare still more than half a million customers with no power. It's freezing cold out there...I mean, seriously...look at those ice covered trees! The spokesman says crew can make "substantial progress" over the weekend.Any chancemeans COMPLETE progress?

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And another hedge fund manager is probably heading to court as I type this. Arthur Nadel faces the judge today. Prosecutors say he misled investors and disappeared when it was time to pay out $50 million.Eventually he had achange of heartand turned himself in to the FBI earlier this week. Later we'll find out what his bail is, if any.