Three Things You Need to Know on September 6th

September 6, 2019

Hurricane Dorian was downgraded to a Category 1 storm overnight, but with heavy rain and 90 mile per hour winds, it continues to pose a threat. Almost a quarter of a million homes, schools, and businesses across the Carolinas are without power. The National Hurricane Center says Dorian's eyewall is moving across the Outer Banks of North Carolina. At least 30 people are dead and about 200 are reported missing in the Bahamas in the aftermath of Dorian.  The Category 5 storm devastated the islands over the weekend, and health officials expect the death toll to rise as rescue efforts continue.  

The Broncos will be back at practice today after a day off, as the team gets set to take on the Raiders on Monday night. There's word the Raiders could be without wide receiver Antonio Brown on Monday.  Oakland is reportedly set to suspend him after preseason drama with the superstar.

Fort Collins is set to remove a provision from its city code that prevents women from going topless.  The Coloradoan reports that the city council voted to remove the ban earlier this week. The ban on going without a top has inspired a lawsuit that city has spent more than 300-thousand-dollars defending.  The ban should be lifted on September 17th.