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it's horrible. it's horrible, and i file sorry for people raising kids in this. >> anxiety is filling communities across the country tonigh evacuated. >> plus investigators are piecing together evidence from a bombing in new york that injured 29 people overnight. tonight, happening right now, a frantic search is on for a is it russ county mother and her two young children. stacy williams abducted her three-year-old and one-year-old from their legal guardian. they are considered missing and
chip, do authorities have any leads on where the kid mace somebody >> reporter: they are really asking for the public's help in this one. they believe this mother and her two children may be in a whited for ex-the dis, heading towards -- expedition, heading towards west virginia. >> reporter: she called the children's guardian on saturday, insisting on seeing them. the woman told her know. investigators believe shdr to the victim's house, broke her phone where she wouldn't call 911, and took off with the two children. williams last lived in this house. people who live in the area describe her and her his band as less than model parents. >> you knew there were two small kids there. >> always, always, and half the time they were run around the diapers. though shirt on. would be running around the yard, nothing on.
neighborhood for nearly to decades, and describes stacy as not all there. >> the time i met her, not too bright, like the elevator don't go all the way up to the top floor, that's my opinion of her. >> yeah, i think they're unavailable. she doesn't need those kids. >> i thank they're really unstable. >> jude its and gayle lived next door and said the family lived in filth. >> disturbing? >> very. let's put it this way. when they there never had garbage pick up. their garbage would always be be out back. they threw piles and piles and piles of garbage out back. would you want your kid to be living like that? >> reporter: and the sheriff's office explains this is not yet an amber alert, because no one physically saw this mother drive away with her two kids in that white ford expedition, but they explain that's normally the vehicle she drives. they are simply asking for anyone with any information on
the mother might be, to give the citrus county sheriff's office a call as soon as possible. >> all right, chip, thanks. we're going to check back in with you tonight on great 38 later tonight. . a neighborhood in manatee county is shaken tonight after they were evacuated because of a bomb thre. birdside terrace. she is accused of texting a neighbor that there was a bomb, and it would detonate in an hour. we talked to one neighbor who was from new york, and thought this kind of thing certainly wouldn't happen if her community. >> it was scary. it was definitely scary. because you don't know today, you don't know who your neighbors are, and it's, like,
-- i'm from new york, and i'm used to that there, but this is florida. this of course comes the very same weekend that investigators are looking into three possible terror attacks here on u.s. soil. tonight security is very tight in new york, as law enforcement there tries to figure out who was behind an explosion that happened in manhattan. 29 people were injured in that blast, which pp chelsea neighborhood. just minutes later, a bomb squad found a second device in the chelsea neighborhood not far away from there. >> reporter: this last rocked new york city just one week after the 15th anniversary of the 9-11 terror attacks. now, police in new york city say they will be stepping up security forces in light of
joint terrorism task force both responded to then scene initially as a quote extensive investigation was conducted. after events like this, new yorkers expect to see heightened and visible security measures a across the big apple. >> we will see more police on corners. there will be police with heavier artillery, and weapons. they'll be stationed in different places around the city. certainly at lot of the subway stations, also ad a historical sites. >> reporter: after unexpected events like this, people are found wondering if their friends and family members who live in new york city are okay. facebook has activated it's safety check feature so people can log in and mark themselves as safe in the wake of this explosion. we have new information tonight about a bomb that went off in new jersey this weekend.
figure out if the person who planted the bombs in new york is the same person who left a pipe bomb at a marine corps charity run yesterday. now, one bomb exploded in the jersey shore town before thousands were expected to take part in that race. the ocean city prosecutor's office says it was up to three other devices that were wired to that bomb, but the others did not go off, and no one was injured. >> now to a story that's all new tonight. we are getting several reports thattized is claims responsibility for the stabbing of 9 people at minnesota. now, according to police, the attacker are threatened people in the mall and then made references to allah. investigate sayres he asked one person in if they were muslim before assaulting them. seahawks police and the fbi investigating this tonight as a potential act of terrorism. is there we do not at this point in time know where whether the subject was in contact with, had connections with, was inspired pay foreign
that's what the investigation is attempting to ascertain. >> that suspect was shot to death by an off-duty officer. all of the victims are expected to survive. >> right now pasco county deputies are asking for help to find a man accused of trashing a motorcycle shop and then stabbing the owner. he worked at the honda shop is on hudson. the boss was helping me and his ex-with a and thenningle slashed his ex- 's tires, and when his boss tried to stop him, he stabbed him. if you can find him tonight, or know anything about this case, please call deputies, because you may be eligible for a reward. >> a deadly day on entire state four today. two people killed if separate accidents just an hour apart tonight. crystal died when her
and just over an hour later, a 31-year-old man was killed, we he crashed into another vehicle. this was near mile marker 17. this long presidential campaign is almost over. coming up after the break, the new issues those candidates are tackling this weekend to try and win your vote before it's too late. plus. all eyes are on game of thrones tonight. how r favorite to take home the most emmys. and tracking some scattered showers and thunderstorms across inland spots this evening, we'll look ahead to kicking off the workweek tomorrow in your full forecast
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campaign trail. paul mueller breaks down some of the issues facing those candidates tonight. >> lots of controversies on the campaign trail right now. the birther issue is back in the news. trump suggesting clinton dearm her security detail. and young voters, could bringing bernie sanders out on the election campaign trail help clinton. donald trump admitted for the first time ever president obama was born in the u.s., ending the controversy he began years ago, falsely pinning the blame on hillary clinton. >> i think the issue was settled with ail democratic voters and all independent voters. >> i don't think this is really an issue. basically, you know, trump needs to stay on focus on the issues. haven't then there's trump suggesting clinton dearm her security detail, also falsely saying clinton wants to take guns away from law abiding
really are concerned about this issue, that trump is actually reaching out to, they're going to vote for trump regardless, but he always has to go one step too far, like saying that clinton should disarm. another example of why we can't control himself. >> reporter: and what about the mill enyaps. clinton has brought sanders on the campaign trail for hire, but italy help? >> i think the problem for schulz that she is an establishment candidate like to go to insurgent. >> a lot of those people were supporting bernie sanders, and now clinton has not been able to ignite those scheme get those people engaged in her campaign. >> reporter: house speaker paul ryan calling on trump to release his taxes. at this point, not saying whether he will release them at all. some saying he's just skirting the issue. >> ian oliver joins us after the break with a check on your
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this is television's biggest night. the emmy awards are tonight. we look at take home the big trophies tonight. >> reporter: game of thrones scored it's first emmy as best drama last year and is a heavy favorite to repeat against the likes of house of cards. but the americans could pull an upset with it's first nomination. >> this is a show that critics have been lauding for years, and voters have been a little slow to recognize it.
a rookie nominee. >> we have a nominee from mr. robot. think he definitely has a chance to win here. >> so does bob oden kirk, if the emmy nod for breaking bad goes to its spin off, better call saul. i would keep an eye on kerry russell. i think she good bet for the americans. i definitely give julia of veep
winner for the movie brashish. the ceremony, we will be liveet whole thing, so you can follow us at wfla. we had sea breeze, showers, and storms developing, pushing inland this afternoon. had a little rain at crystal river, about 25/10 of an inch. the temperature just 83 degrees. a few clouds around. still tracking some of those thunderstorms in inland spots this evening, is though. do have a shower there, though, the even part of citrus county. but the bulk of the activity is
across polk county here. bartow seeing some leaguely heavy rain there, some more showers down towards frost proof. little cloud-to-ground lightning with that. and then into parts of hardy, later showers, and a turn there right between avon park at sebring of the northern part of irans correspondent. over the next couple of hour, be the bulk of this activity will start to wrap up in inland spots. by 11:00, we should be mostly dry, partly cloudy through the overnight hours looking at pretty similar day with our west coast sea breeze developing, and then into the afternoon hours, that's where we'll see the best coverage, about a 40% rain chance across the inland spots befores down tomorrow evening. similar for tuesday, as well, but the second half of the upcoming who workweek, we'll see some drier air make it way in. that will lower our rain chance
beyond. 86 presently. it's 888 in zephyr hills. and then youly to in the humidity, a very muggy day today. the heat index has been triple digits in many spottusout the afternoon, the first part of the evening. we'll see a warm muggy start to the day monday. some showers developing at lunchtime, scattered showers moving inland with a high temperature around 89 degrees, and something to look what's happening? we is the fall equinox. day and night, roughly equal. this happening thursday morning. we'll see from here on out, the northern hemisphere tilting away from the sun, and our days start to get shorter and shorter. quick check of the tropics, tropical depression julia, still a tropical depression. it's moving towards the north carolina coastline.
is tropical storm karl, which is forecast to become a high- end category 1 hurricane by the end of the upcoming workweek. million is we'll be watching over the next several days. low temperature tonight in the upper 70s. tomorrow afternoon, scattered storms moving inland. your forecast high temperature 89 degrees. that's average for this time of year. 40% rain chance the first couple of days of this workweek, but that drier air arrives. that's in the upper level offers the atmosphere, so don't expect as we kick off the new season of fall you step out and say this is so refreshing. it's a high temperature of 90 degrees. it's above average, and stays there through what looks to be the rest of september. >> hey, karl is not welcome. >> might have lisa, too. still in the meet of the tropical season here. >> the bucs try to go 2-0 this afternoon in arizona, an update
says he alone can fix the problems we face. well i don't believe that's how you get things done in our country. it takes democrats and republicans working together. that's how we got health care for 8 million kids. rebuilt new york city after 9/11. and got the treaty cutting russia's nuclear arms. we've got to bring people together. that's how you solve problems and that's what
national pundits pegged the buccaneers as a trendy upset pick this week, entering their patchup with while bucs favres may tend to gray, history does not. since 2011, tampa is 0-8 against times in the nfc west, and although arizona lost at home last sunday, the cards have never dropped consecutive home games under head coach bruce arians. since the game is in progress, i can't show you highlights. believe me, you don't warrant to see them anyway. the cardinals just scored again
jameis winston has turned the rock over three times, and several key players have left this game with injuries. i'll have the highlights, the lowlights, locker room react reaction, and analysis tonight on bucs bonus immediately following our 11:00 newscast. ? the university of south florida football team woke up with a 3-0 football record for the first time in five years. they scod final 48 points, winning 45-20. >> it was kind of difficult, but coach talked about right before the game, said we're going to get hit bay storm, and we're going to fight through, and when the 17 points got up unus, we knew we would get it back right. last year was 1-3, nobody said nothing. now we're 3-0. we just take it
winning. >> rays taking on the orioles. the guy with the shoddy mustache can't believe it, still 1-0 in the 6th, and thor 0's draw even, manny machado. one run game, and then in the 8th, trumbo smashing that one. the orioles split the series with the rays. tampa bay begins it's final home game of the season tuesday against 13 games to go. even though they are officially eliminated from play-off hopes.
hours. it's hot tomorrow. forecast high temperature of 89 degrees. that it right around average for this time of year. some drier air tries to roll in for the second half of the upcoming workweek. that will knock our rain chance down to 30%, a little below average for this time of the year, but you see those temperatures there, 90 degrees, that's as we move into fall. >> fall. >> keep moving. >> fall. >> thank you, sir, print >> after waiting more than two mo, now have names, which gives us an excuse to show you these two pandas one more time. the pandas were bornen on june 26th. they've grown quite a bit, from less than half a pound to now more than 8 pounds. so that's pretty cool stuff. >> nbc nightly news is next. >> and we're back here after the game tonight.
on this sunday night, active terrorism. the search for who is behind a powerful explosion in new york and a potential bomb found just blocks away hours after another blast on the jersey shore. tonight new clues into a possible terror mall attack. nine people hurt after a man goes on a stabbing spree in minnesota. witnesses say he asked the victims if they were muslim. inside aleppo. as the ceasefire unravels in syria, our bill neely on the ground inside the war-torn city. running on empty. gas stations across the south running out of fuel, others raising prices as a pipeline shutdown forces a state of