By Melinda Deslatte and Stacey Plaisance Associated Press LAKE CHARLES, La. (AP) — Hundreds of thousands of people across Louisiana were still without power or water Friday, a day after Laura sawed a devastating path through the state, while the hurricane's remnants carried tropical rain and wind across Tennessee and posed new dangers. Flooding and tornadoes were possible as the storm, now a tropical depression, drifted north. Forecasters warned that the system could strengthen into a tropical storm again upon returning to the Atlantic Ocean this weekend. Laura was blamed for at least six deaths, and in the hardest-hit parts […]
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