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Here's the latest news for Monday, Sept. 3: Obama speaks to Ohio autoworkers; Thousands still without power after Isaac; Red Bull heir in Thai police custody; Experts optimistic about 5 stranded whales.

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AP Top Stories---------------------------------------CAPTION: ----------------------------------------[Notes:ANCHOR VOICE]THIS IS A-P NEWS MINUTE.PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA TOLD UNION WORKERS IN OHIO THAT MITT ROMNEY WOULD GUIDE THE NATION TO A "LOSING SEASON". OBAMA USED THE LABOR DAY APPEARANCE TO RESPOND TO ROMNEY'S RECENT SPEECH IN WHICH HE TOLD VOTERS THAT IT'S TIME FOR AMERICA TO "GET A NEW COACH".++(Pool)OFFICIALS SAY MORE THAN 100-THOUSAND CUSTOMERS ARE STILL WITHOUT ELECTRICITY IN THE WAKE OF HURRICANE ISAAC. MOST OF THE OUTAGES ARE IN LOUISIANA...BUT SOME MISSISSIPPI AND ARKANSAS RESIDENTS ARE ALSO IN THE DARK...AND FLOODING REMAINS A PROBLEM IN LOW-LYING AREAS.++(TPBS - NO ACCESS THAILAND)POLICE SAY A GRANDSON OF THE CREATOR OF THE RED BULL ENERGY DRINK HAS BEEN ARRESTED FOR DRIVING A FERRARI THAT STRUCK A POLICE OFFICER AND DRAGGED HIS DEAD BODY DOWN A BANGKOK STREET. THE 27-YEAR-OLD HEIR WAS TAKEN IN FOR QUESTIONING AFTER TRACES OF OIL LED OFFICERS TO HIS FAMILY'S GATED ESTATE.++(SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment)EXPERTS SAY THEY'RE CAUTIOUSLY OPTIMISTIC ABOUT FIVE PILOT WHALES THAT SURVIVED BEING STRANDED ON A FLORIDA BEACH. THE WHALES...WHICH ARE BEING TREATED AT FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY...ARE SHOWING SIGNS OF STRESS AND INFECTION BUT THEY'RE SAID TO BE SWIMMING ON THEIR OWN. RITA FOLEY, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WITH AP NEWS MINUTE. (****END****) VOICE: foley---------------------------------------PRODUCER: davie---------------------------------------VIDEO APPROVAL: starddard