Things you need to know on September 30.

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  • The East Coast is getting pummeled with rain and Hurricane Joaquin is rearing it's head. Today is "National PrepareAthon Day" and FEMA is encouraging families to take a few minutes to discuss an emergency plan. To help be prepared check out FEMA's website.
  • A new law that simplifies the divorce process for certain Connecticut couples is taking effect October 1. Under the law, couples married eight years or less who have no children or real property can get divorced within 35 days. The couple can't have assets of more than $35,000 or a pending bankruptcy to qualify for a non-adversarial divorce under the new law.
  • Hoping to be the big winner in tonight's massive Powerball $301 million-dollar jackpot! If someone wins tonight, Saturday's jackpot will drop to $40 million, and after that Powerball's odds are being revamped. The new odds will give players a better chance to win any prize while greatly reducing the shot at winning the jackpot.
  • Is your man "cranky"? Guess what - "Manopause" affects millions of men between the ages of 40 and 65. Men get moody, they lose that "killer" instinct and when their testosterone gets really low, they can develop erectile dysfunction and loss of libido. The good news? Experts say manopause responds well to hormone replacement therapy. Guys shouldn't ignore it because symptoms associated with manopause can also be signs of cardiovascular disease.

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