At least 400-thousand people are without power in Georgia because of downed trees and power lines caused by a weakening Hurricane Frances. The storm is now a tropical depression.
Meanwhile, about three million people in Florida are still without electricity. At least ten people have died in Florida and Georgia because of the storm. They include a grandson and a former son-in-law of Florida State University football coach Bobby Bowden. They died in a collision on a rain-slippery highway. President Bush is expected to visit the damage in Florida tomorrow. Meanwhile, Floridians are dreading the possibility of another hurricane -- Ivan -- which is churning in the central Atlantic. One 93-year-old resident says the state needs another hurricane like "a hole in the head."