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is pounding the florida panhandle this morning, hours after making landfall just after midnight. this is what people in florida are dealing with right now. take a look at this pier, almost totally underwater as heavy rain falls in florida's big bend. it's the first hurricance to make landfall in florida since 2005. abc's adrienne bankert has more on the storm's impact. stay connected to stormwatch7 no matter where you are. stormwatch7 no matter where you are.
up-to-date with the latest stormwatch forecast -- by signing up for text alerts! just go to wjla.com slash text. hurricane hermine is causing major problems across florida's big bend. but at least a few young residents are trying to have a little fun with those flooded streets. check this out. it's not every day you don't even have to find a beach, when you want to go wake-boarding. the video was uploaded to twitter. the will probably have the chance to try that again. many schools across the state are closed today. where is my child? a new york woman where is my child? a new york woman is furious after an airline loses her 5 year old boy. and you won't believe where he ended up. the details ahead. and we are tracking hurricane hermine right now as it makes landfall in florida. our stormwatch weather team will update us on the storm's path, and it's impact up and down the east coast.
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our stormwatch team is tracking hurricane hermine right now as it moves over the florida panhandle. this is a live look... we will get an update from eileen and veronica in just a few minutes. stay connected to stormwatch7 no matter where you are. we are on wjla.com facebook @wjlatv twitter @abc7news or download the stormwatch7 weather app with live rardar and hour by hour forecasts no matter where you go. a warning about our next story-- the video may be troubling for some viewers. but we want to tell you now-- neither of the children was seriously injured. police in texas release this video-- to warn all drivers to stop for school buses. in the last week-- two teens were struck by cars after getting off the bus. a 12 year old boy was hit while in the cross walk. and in another incident, a 17 year old was struck after a teenage driver blew right past a school bus st
amazingly-- neither of the children was seriously hurt. both drivers was seriously hurt. both drivers recieved several citations. happening now.. a noise ordinance is now in effect in loudoun county. the restriction began last night.. and the penalties are tougher than you might think. richard reeve has more. a woman in new york city is suing jetblue airlines,
her son, andy, from the dominican republic, to new york. she even paid an extra 100 dollar fee to have a flight attendant accompany him, since he was traveling alone. but because of a passport mixup, andy ended up in boston. and another five-year-old boy ended up at j-f-k airport. after several hours-- jetblue finally realized the error. andy arrived at j-f-k later that day. jetblue officials apologized, and offered martinez more than two-thousand dollars in future flight vouchers. she says they shouldn't have bothered, since she'll never use jetblue again. a new study finds.. genetics plays a role in how much coffee you drink. researchers studied nearly three-thousand people in the netherlands and italy. and they found.. people with the gene called "p-d-s-s-two" drank less coffee than those who didn't have the gene.
food with genetics could lead to solutions that could help change some of our bad choices. the study is published in the journal, "scientific reports." people who were on a flight from los angeles to mexico can't stop talking about what one passenger was doing. a woman on the united flight was doing a little yoga. and at one point, she even did a full-on headstand right on her seat. another passenger recorded it all on his cell phone. he says eventually a flight attendant saw what was happening, and put a stop to it. the passengers say the woman told the flight attended that she wasn't feeling well, and was just trying to relax.
this morning. the tropical storm making landfall overnight. right now the storm is packing 80 mile an hour winds.. florida already dealing with major flooding.. mandatary evacuation orders in several coastal areas.. a state of emergency remains in effect for florida. we are tracking the storms every move..with complete coverage on it's path and how it will impact us here in the d-m-v as it makes it way up the coast. good morning washington. toss to eileen and veronica newest nhc track comes in at 5 am - biggest impacts at the beaches (outer banks to jersey shore) - cloudy & cool in the dmv (showers mainly east of i-95; trending drier) - labor day monday looks nice today: mostly sunny, lo