Here's the latest for Friday September 18th: Gulf Coast deals with hurricane damage; Trump campaigns in Wisconsin; Biden answers voters' questions in Pennsylvania; Early voting to begin in Minnesota.
MIKE HEMPEN: This is "AP News Minute."
People in coastal Alabama and Western Florida are still dealing with flooding and damage two days after Hurricane Sally tore through. Homeowners and businesses are cleaning up, while roads and bridges are being inspected.
President Trump held a rally in Wisconsin, a crucial presidential election swing state. The crowd chanted Nobel Peace Prize as he talked about the new diplomacy between Israel, Bahrain, and the United Arab Emirates.
Joe Biden spoke to reporters in Pennsylvania after answering questions from voters in a televised town hall. The Democratic presidential nominee said people are still very concerned about the coronavirus, and expressed confidence in his electoral chances in the state.
And early voting in the presidential election begins in Minnesota on Friday. Both Biden and President Trump are set to campaign there.
Mike Hempen, the Associated Press, with "AP News Minute."