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Listen Up: A Closer Look at the Top Stories for Friday, Oct. 12

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    Listen Up: A Closer Look at the Top Stories for Friday, Oct. 12

    What to Know

    • It may not have felt like much, but the tri-state felt the remnants of Hurricane Michael while you slept

    • We all know by now that Kanye West is a fan of President Trump, but the rapper took things a little bit further Thursday

    • Most of us have the perfect playlist for just about everything and New York-Presbyterian Hospital made one for saving someone's life

    Friday, Oct. 12, 2018 

    Happy Friday! All that rain will move out quickly this morning, setting the stage for what should be a bright and cooler day. As always, get the latest forecast at nbcnewyork.com/weather.

    1. Hurricane Michael Carves Path of Destruction on Florida Panhandle

    It may not have felt like much, but the tri-state felt the remnants of Hurricane Michael while you slept. 

    For most, it was mainly a bunch of rain, but they won't be forgetting Michael any time soon down south. 

    We got a crazy look at the destruction in Florida from a drone and hurricane force winds were felt all the way into the Carolinas. 

    So far at least six people have died in the storm. 

    Read more here.

    2. Kanye West Holds Bizarre Presser With Trump In Oval Office

    We all know by now that Kanye West is a fan of President Trump, but the rapper took things a little bit further Thursday. 

    West met with Trump to talk about issues, but a hug and a bizarre press conference took up most of the attention. 

    Kanye also said his Make America Great Again hat made him feel like Superman and encouraged the president to trade in Air Force One for hydrogen-powered plane. 

    Read more here.

    3. NYC Hospital Creates Life-Saving Spotify Playlist

    Most of us have the perfect playlist for just about everything and now we've got one for saving someone's life. 

    New York-Presbyterian Hospital created a Spotify playlist and shared it via Twitter to help raise awareness about effective CPR, and help everyday individuals easily remember how to time chest compressions.

    The Bee Gees, ABBA,Norman Greenbaum and Justin Bieber are among some of the artists on the playlist. 

    Read more here.

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