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hermine has moved away from florida. >> it's terrible. it's awful. >> but the effects link err on. >> still a lot of work to do following this storm. we'll continue to assess damage. have as people in pass co do their best to dry out. and it's not over yet. the storm could strength been back into a hurricane by labor day as it moves north. >> good evening, everyone.
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breaking news. the polk county sheriff's office is looking for a teenager who was swept away. the mother and 18-year-old son austin we will of jumped in to save the daughter. austin was swept away. mother and daughter were able to get to safety. >> we have team coverage tonight. first let's start with coverage in pac-12 -- in pasco. >> reporter: the blue hair
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areas affected by high water where first responders helped residents to safety, one without even a shirt on his back. >> i'm going to a hotel, on 19th, where i stayed when i first got here, and wait and see what they do tomorrow and the next day. >> what exactly did they tell you? >> they shut off thin leave, but you'll be without power. well, how are you go willing to stay without power? >> reporter: residents of another complex were also told they had to go. the main drag through here, high water drive. today that is very appropriate. >> it's very trying. i mean 25 been looking into purchasing home rather than renting, and i just pay rent. yesterday i believe it was. and it just feels -- it's just -- it's frustrating.
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mobile home park on ridge road, a self evacuation order 0er is in place. the spark currently under water. park management uses large pumps to try and dry it out, but that will obviously take time. residents like virginia little being taken out by boat. she her husband just moved here a few months ago from up north to get away from the snow. now this. >> how fast did the water come up? >> really fast. >> reporter: what were thinking? >> what did i get myself into my moving to florida! >> reporter: a mandatory evacuation order doesn't mean residents necessarily have to leave, but if this water continues to rise and those who elected to stay get in be trouble, first responders may not be able to come out here and help them. >> let's get a chick is on our forecast now with ian oliver in the forecast center. >> unfortunately another round
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like pasco and pinellas county this morning that have seen staggering rainfall tallies over the last few days. this is what it looks like right now new newport ritchie with some sunshine around. you notice the rainfall product, close to an inch and a quarter and some rainfall estimates over the last 24 hours, put down a swath of two to three inch tallies through pasco county down into of pinellas county. our long-term forecast, though, is actually trending drier. we'll talk about the rest of the hole day weekend and get you an update on hermine coming up in a few minutes. >> residents of pasco county spending this holiday week questioned trying to get back to normal. we sent out a crew this morning to see how things are coming along, and residents there
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community tries to dry out. >> you couldn't see the street, and there was so much water, a garbage truck came down the road, and it created a wake, and it slapped up against the side of my house. >> right now emergency management crews are still surveying the damage there. they don't have an estimate as to how bad that damage really is. more than 75,000 people without power right now, and governor rick restored by midnight tonight in pinellas county. and there are lots of people without power in tallahassee right now. the focus this week is on opening all of the roads. thrash loft tries out, true -- there are a lot of trees down,
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>> you see them turning on the light switches and nothing comes on, but we're okay. we have water. >> reporter: governor rick scott found estimates of a week to get the lights back on acceptable. >> expect every city and county official to aggressively address that problem. we have to get people their power back. >> many intersections still remain without traffic control, and they are working on providing generators for those lights still out. the governor said everyone must join the fight against zika.
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mosquitoes. this is something we all have to focus on, to protect the pregnant women and their developing babies. >> emergency managers expect prospects for rainfall next week. the operations center remains fully staffed. and for man this weekend, labor day will live up to its name. >> and mike just e-mailed us, telling us that the folks told the governor are that all the power will be restored at midnight tonight. >> a pasco county man is trying to recover from serious burns afterrary very massive fire destroyed his home. take a look at what we're talking about. an neighbor shot this video. you can see flames shooting out of the garage at this home. this is in porty. one person described what they saw. >> i just ran down the road for a few minutes, came back.
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and i saw the whole sky lit up, and i went inside the house with my son. the neighbor's house was on fire. >> no word yet on the victim's condition or what caused that fire. >> college football season is finally here. let the cheers begin, right? the university of south florida bulls kick off their seen in about 50 minutes. that will be on our sister station, great 38. paul ryan is in studio now. what do we expect out of the bulls this year? >> save me a spot on that bulls bandwagon. no one expected them to make noise last year, especially when the they started the season 1473, but they won 7 of their next 8, earning a bowl game berth.
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making it a special season, making it where we're better than we were last year, from a come 0 me tense standpoint, i know -- competence standpoint, i know our guys are competent. we go out now expecting to win, not hoping to win. >> the bulls are 31-point favorites tonight. i'll have more from the coach 11:00. and a massive earthquake shakes oklahoma. after the break, we'll take a look at the damage left behind. >> also tonight, another hurricane update to tell you
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in florida, it used to be that if a child, a senior or one of our four legged friends was trapped in a hot car you and i were not allowed to save them unless we were willing to be sued. has government lost its mind? those who can not rescue themselves. that is the least we can do. after all the love they give. dana young for the florida senate.
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an earthquake rocked north central oklahoma this morning. a security camera at one of the high schools there caught the shaking video for us. this shows a home in still water oklahoma cracked right in the middle. one person suffered minor injuries. however, the quake did cause damage to several buildings. officials say the endpy center of that quake hit near pawnee. the earthquake was felt again 7 states in the u.s. heartland. >> it's the biggest one i've ever felt. quite an eye opener when you're sound asleep and get that rumble. >> it ties the record for the strongest quake in oklahoma history. >> donald trump told members of an african-american church in
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envy of the word. he told the congregation that the african-american faith community has hast been one of god's greatest gifts to america. he said the civil rights again jenn da for our time ensures better education and jobs. >> meanwhile, the eve of the g20 summit in china, the u.s. and china worked out an agreement to cut global now, this visit is president obama's last trip to aia before leaving office. >> hurricane lester still brought heavy rains and rough wave it is to the hawaii area, but is now moving northwest of ohio. coming up in a few minutes, we'll have look at your labor
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a new consumer alert to tell you about. the food and drug administration is giving more than a accident chemicals in antibacterial season 0, saying there is no -- there is no proof that it kills more germs. research suggests they actually spur drug resistant bacteria, interfering with estrogen and testosterone levels. >> out at saint pete beach this morning. folks walking along a beach here, enjoying sunshine. comfortable temperature of 84 degrees, but you notice that
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more of that heavy rainfall this morning. excessive rainfall tally, in excess of 10 inches in these areas over the last in the coastal spots did wrap up this morning. all of the activity this evening , this should wrap up over the next few hours. into the overnight hours.
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then we'll see more activity pushing inland. forecast for your sunday, a high temperature close to 90 degrees with storms pushing inland timed for the second part of the day. our wind direction will shift off to the north. we'll see some isolated showers about by lunchtime, some scattered storms in the afternoon with a high around 90 degrees. great day today of college football already. tropical storm hermine has lost it's tropical characteristics, but not tropical winds, still sustained at 70 miles per hour. still meandering up the atlantic coast, moving up to around new england. it will really slow down to a
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only expecting this storm to be a few hundred miles up the coast of cape cod, bringing some heavy rain to parts of the coast. some beach erosion with some big-time winds, up around 75 mile else per hour, hurricanes for again tomorrow afternoon. something else we're watching. this is 92l, and the national hurricane gives it a 30% chance of developing over the next few days. we'll be watching. moisture hanging around to but some dry air arrives by the middle of next week, and with that, our rain chances really trending down ward. temperatures right now in the mid-80s. climbing back up to around average, 90 degrees. partly cloudy, just a stray shower possible, especially north tonight. tomorrow scattered storms moving be inland with that onshore flow. a high temperature of 89 degrees, back close to the and. then you notice those 90s back
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of the train around the last few days. we've sign our temperatures way below average, but thankfully that stretch of dry weather will be very welcome. it will be nice to not have rain. thank you. appreciate it. >> coming up, the first big upset of college football season is here. find out what top five team started the season with a loss.
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the unemployment rate in tampa bay about to see a slight uptick, thanks to the buccaneers. they have trimmed nearly 30% of their roster, reaching the 53- man roster this afternoon. near is a look at the 22 guys now looking for work. some will get opportunities elsewhere in the nfl. among the most notable names on this list, a line back year le preseason. concussed wide receiver kenny bell was waived. he missed his entire rookie year with a hamstring injury.
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position guy. cain play the corner, safety, whatever you want me to play, i can do it. so, you know, just doing my best at it. >> with the guys that we brought if in the off-season, i was going to have to do more for the team this year, in order for me to be on that 53- man roster. so you have to make it tough for the or possible, so they can see your valley. >> the bulls fresh off their first bowl appearance since 2010. they are prepared to contend for are the american athletic conference title this year. a big reason, number 9 in green. quentin flowers. he has the potential to are one of the most dry dynamic qbs in the country. the coach spent the off-season developing relationships with
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flowers. >> he should know all of the details within that play, where we want to go with the ball, and we're trying to get that not only with quentin, but our entire football team. last year was our first year in the system, and we're going to step it up another level to under standard why we're doing those thing. >> today, oklahoma and houston. and boomer sooner and already a bust! the number 3 team in the country kicked off the season with an l, next to houston, in part from this pick 6. a tip toe from the back however the end zone. takes it 109 yards to the house. the cougars win this thing 33- 23. houston's last two vickrys have
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see seminoles start on monday, huge game against ole miss. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. bob kidder, owner, new england shirt company: this factory has been here since eighteen eighty-three. we have over sixty people here making shirts labled made in america. but donald trump's brand of shirts come from china, his suits from mexico, his coats from india. trump's products have been made in twelve other countries because he says
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all right. a final look at our forecast for are the night. >> showers spots this evening. those wrap up. only a stray shower chance through the overnight hours tonight, and thankfully there are our rain chances heading in the right direction, especially through the middle part of next week. our rain chances actually well below average for stretch there in the middle and latter portions of next week. for the next couple of days, though, right around average rain chances, 40%. >> all right, thank you very much. and thank you for joining us tonight. nbc nightly news is next, and
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at 11:00. have a great night, everybody. on this saturday night, high alert. millions on edge this holiday weekend as her mean takes aim at the northeast. rattled. a strong earthquake in oklahoma felt in several states, causing damage heating up. protests against donald trump as the candidate courts minority voters at an african-american church while new polling shows he's gaining ground on health care. hitting the floor. can you do 22 push-ups? it's the challenge being made in this country and far beyond to raise an issue about life and death.


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