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about the big thief. it jumped up on the grill and grabbed some bratwursts before taking off. however its attempts to get into a garbage can for dessert failed. no one was hurt. >> you can't blame that bear, but those folks are pretty close. you've got to stay back from those wild animals. >> crime of opportunity. >> that's true. a very special game played out in texas between two high schools traumatized in recent weeks by mass shootings. >> on the dallas cowboys practice field, el paso's east field high school played plano's high school in a game that almost didn't happen. teresa woodard of our affiliate in dallas has the story. >> reporter: our nation felt broken when hate seeped into our state. a graduate of the school in maroon. >> the man that did that lived in our neighborhood. >> reporter: accused of killing 22 people in the hometown of the team in white. >> we couldn't imagine that somebody could do that to us. nobody in el paso would have done that.
>> it's not something that texas is about. >> reporter: but few things are as texas as high school football. under bright lights on a big field. >> we're a family, we're all one. this is what this game's about. >> reporter: hearts are still broken. but this is where healing eastod.>> our son's a senior fr i came to see him play. >> reporter: this is texas. >> and to show el paso strong. and we want to make sure everybody knows that we're going to stay strong. >> reporter: handshakes and hugs. faith and family. tears and togetherness. sportsmanship and strength. >> it sends a message, you've just got to keep going, you've just got to band together. it's all about people being together. >> reporter: texas is diversity, unity, and a little bit of swagger. and that's why you just don't mess with it.
in frisco, i'm teresa woodard. >> our thanks to teresa from wfaa for that report. you know in texas they got a saying. god, texas, and football. and obviously after these mass shootings have just devastated these communities, they need something to really bring them together as they started the healing process. >> absolutely. for both of those teams this game was not so much about who they were fighting against but who they were fighting for. remembering all of the people of the communities impacted by the recent violence. and they really did come together. i mean, jerry jones, the owner of the cowboys, was there to welcome the eastwood team off the bus. plano fans wore "texas strong" shirts supporting both teams. the bands from both schools met up earlier in the day to practice together, a joint performance. so they really found a way to come together for this game that, like we said, almost didn't happen. >> just a really special moment there. coming up, along with those friday night lights, we're kicking off tailgating season.
go gamecocks. football season is here. go gamecocks. and that of course means tailgating. who better to steer us toward the classiest tailgating spread than america's ceo, chief entertaining officer, of course, and author of "the bourbon country cookbook," tim laird. welcome back to "world news now." >> good to be back here. i see you're supporting your team. >> go gamecocks. >> i'm going to start out with my tailgater cocktail. this is a great cocktail, easy to make, perfect for tailgating season, whether you're at the home or tailgating. starts out with 1 1/2 ounces of jack daniels tennessee whiskey. to that an ounce and a half of coke. if i stop right there, jack and coke is known as america's cocktail, perfect for tailgating season. but i'm going to kick it up a little more. put in 1 1/2 ounces of ginger beer. a half ounce of peach nectar. that goes in. give it a quick stir. and then i've got a lemon
garnish. i've actually made an alcohol-free version for you. >> thank you. >> i substituted the jack daniels with iced tea, cheers. >> cheers. that's so good. i thought that when it comes to jack and coke, that's all you needed was jack and coke. you added a tim laird flair to it. >> i thought i'd give it flair for the tailgate season. makes it simple and easy too. >> let's get to the food though. >> this is the best part about tailgating. here's an idea. what i do is set up a barbecue station. so all the guests have these little cups full of barbecue pulled pork, or use chicken. then set out little toppers. if you want to add something to the top, pickles, pork rinds, maybe some fried onions. >> tim, he knew he was working with a southern boy here. i love my barbecue, my pork rinds. >> that gives you a little crunch. do you want -- >> just a little bit. i'll show how south carolina i really am here. >> it gives a nice texture thing
to it, more flavor and that. top it with a little cole slaw if you want. we're going to make my first down dip. first of all, it's easy to make, it tastes great, it's a healthy alternative to other dips that are out there. it starts out with one cup of fat-free yogurt. the best thing about this is you can make it ahead of time and it really tastes good, it marinades all those flavors. here's a cup of the fat-free yogurt. to that about a tablespoon of your favorite hot sauce, whatever one you want. then a little teaspoon of garlic powder, onion powder, and for a little zip i put about the same amount, a teaspoon of chili powder. >> i like it. >> give this a nice stir. >> give it a stir. >> what i love about this dip, it goes with everything from veggies to chips to a topper for chicken wings. >> the chicken wings, can we get
there soon? the veggies, you hear when it comes to tailgate, people don't bring out the veggies like they should. how about a little something for the tailgaters? >> i call this my crunch station. you have, like i said, any kind of chips that goes with it, perfect. we end up at the end zone dessert. what i like to do is -- >> that's what i'm talking about. >> always have something that's easy to grab and go. so this time i have these wonderful mixed berry hand pies. and you can cheat this by buying the crust already made. then just mix up some raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, and bake them. they're great. that recipe which you'll have online. and also from the bourbon country cookbook. >> that book has everything. >> it does. that has a little bourbon in it too, a little kick too. >> that's so good. i'm trying to wrap this up. i have a mouthful of food. i want a chicken wing. for these and other mouth-watering tailgate menu ideas, tim's facebook page as well as wnnfans.com.
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♪ that was ♪ that was a great segment with tim laird there. the food was delicious. it was the good stuff. but time now for "insomniac theater," previewing two movies opening at the box office this weekend. >> this morning we're starting with a psychological thriller. ben kingsley stars in "night hunter" as a retired judge turned vigilante who baits and trapped sexual predators then doles out his own brand of justice. >> if a lion eats someone and you lock it up and you say, don't do that again, and 10 years later you let it out, what happens? >> not all criminals are animals. >> i'm talking about the endless voice in a predator's head that says, do it, do it, do it. >> sexy. >> really?
>> what's happening to me? >> i've disarmed you. it's still there but it's no longer possible for you to get an erection. >> jesus christ, what have you done to me? >> your savings will be divided amongst the girls you've abused. >> also starring henry cavill and stanley tucci, "night hunter" is getting a rock-bottom 8% on rotten tomatoes. one critic writes, "night hunter" is so bad it taints the resume of all involved. chuck bowen calls it cliched and scattershot. >> still better than that movie we talked about. >> john travolta? that one got 17%. >> you're right. next to the highly anticipated sequel to stephen king's reboot of "it." 27 years after the losers club defeated pennywise, it returns in "it: chapter 2" to terrorize the town of derry. now all grown up, the losers must conquer their fears to
destroy pennywise once and for all. >> it consumes us from the inside so we don't have a choice anymore. >> you lied. and i died. you lied! and i died! >> starring bill skarsgard, james mcavoy, jessica chastain, and bill hader, "it: chapter 2" is scoring a decent 67% on rotten tomatoes but critics are clearly not impressed. an awkward mix of humor and horror that brings stephen king's "it" to a disappointing end. when the nightmare becomes a daydream, it is best to call "it" a day. >> how is 67% decent? if your kid comes home with a 67%, are you going to say, well,
this morning on "world news now," happening now, hurricane dorian whipping this morning on "world news now," happening now, hurricane dorian whipping the carolinas with wind and rain. >> the storm has also spawned tornados, leaving people without a place to call home, and power is out to thousands. dorian is picking up speed. tropical storm warnings are now up for massachusetts. we have live team coverage. death toll rises. dorian has claimed at least 30 lives in the bahamas. but experts warn the final toll could be staggering. and as we see more heartbreaking images from the islands, americans are stepping up their efforts to help those in need. also this morning the growing list of retailers telling customers not to carry their guns in the store. five major chains and counting after the walmart mass shooting. plus the results are in of the most extensive study ever.
scientists have a new theory about what the loch ness monster really is. that's ahead on this friday, september 6th. >> good morning, everyone. thank you for joining us. it's been a long week of covering dorian. let's get right to hurricane dorian and that march along the east coast. >> dorian has been picking up speed. it's still packing winds about 90 miles an hour. >> the storm has spun off several waterspouts and tornados. you can even see the rotation of this one near swansboro, north carolina. >> one twister left behind damaged homes, twisted fences. at one point over 250,000 homes and businesses were without power because of this storm. >> flooding is expected to get worse along the north carolina coast. as much as 15 inches of rain are expected in that area before dorian moves in. let's begin with abc's morgan norwood who joins us live from wilmington, north carolina now.
we've seen the eye wall extremely close to the carolinas so what are you experiencing right now? >> reporter: good morning, kenneth. dorian continuing to batter the carolina coast with this heavy wind and heavy rain. that's why north carolina governor roy cooper has urged people to hunker down and stay in a safe place until this thing passes and gets out of here. >> morgan, we know the carolinas have been getting hit all day long. there is extensive damage. even though the storm is not all the way there, what is the latest about all those people and businesses who lost power and what about any reports of injuries? >> reporter: yeah, good question, janai. i'm learning that more than 260 customers are without power in both the carolinas. the good news, in south carolina that number is going down. unfortunately here in north carolina, that number is rising as hurricane dorian continues to trek north. as far as any injuries, i haven't heard of any major reports of injuries.
i think officials want to keep it that way. >> all right, morgan, thank you so much. we really appreciate it. team coverage continues with accuweather's chris nallan. >> what do we know about the storm weakening at all? it is down to a category 1 at this point? >> yeah, we are talking about winds as you alluded to. now at 90 miles per hour. the storm itself has weakened and clearly you can see on that radar the eye itself is welcoming a little bit more disabled, not as cylindrical, if you will. it's not as circular. but we are still talking about a strong storm here as it wraps around the rains, the heavy rains, and of course the wind and the storm surge piling into land here. so that's going to be a concern. some of those highest wind gusts, take a look at this just southeast of charleston, south carolina. we had winds upwards of almost 100 miles per hour earlier. but now the concern is going to be the waves and the wind action bringing in heavy rain as well inland. low spots we will still experience some flooding here, guys. >> you mentioned some flooding.
also storm surge. we've been talking about storm surge all week. do we know how badly the carolinas are getting battered right now? also, chris, what's happening when it comes to dorian and the northeast? >> yeah, good questions. and you know something, it is about storm surge. we've been seeing those low-lying areas get pounded. so if you're about at sea level there could be the storm surge upwards of 2, 4 feet. also depends on the actual tide. so if you are at a high tide, that's when that water's going to come up pretty quickly and close to those low-lying spots during the overnight period. of course those winds starting to trek a little bit further to the north and to the east as we head into the day. then especially up throughout the northeast, we watched this storm system coming up into the delmarva. you can see those waves will continue to pound the east coast here. especially the delmarva into the northeast here, then there we go, we have rains and heavy winds here off the coast of massachusetts early on saturday morning. so even though it's not a direct hit for the big cities, we are
still talking about high winds, dangerous rip currents along the water, and of course big surf there. >> chris, we know even some beaches here around the new york area are going to be closed today and tomorrow because of impacts from hurricane dorian. you said some warnings all the way up to massachusetts. we've been talking about this storm for about a week now. when will we finally be done with dorian? >> i mean, honestly, that's a great question. the thing is, it has been a very, very long week. and the good news is, eventually this storm starts to pick up some momentum and then goes out to sea. but we are still talking about some threats across, say, nova scotia. that's going to be a concern into the weekend. then eventually early into next week, it's finally out of here. >> all right, still feels like the storm that just won't quit. chris nallan, accuweather's been working overtime, we appreciate you and accuweather there. we'll check back with you in the next half hour. now to the bahamas where search and rescue missions are moving forward. >> the u.s. coast guard says it has rescued more than 200 people
since dorian began. the death toll in the bahamas is up to at least 30. >> a top official says that number could rise to a staggering level. thousands of people have no homes right now, and many are unaccounted for. abc's victor oquendo is in the bahamas. >> reporter: the desperate search for the missing. the whereabouts of hundreds unknown. officials fear the death toll could be staggering. coast guard helicopters fanning out across the northern bahamas, some landing on remote islands for the first time. most of their homes completely gone. this area in abaco you can't even see the ground. we flew with trinity air ambulance to grand bahama with supplies collected by our miami station. we're about to land in one of the hardest-hit areas in the bahamas. our pilot tells us there is no working power so the u.s. navy is coordinating all flights in and out from a nearby ship. leaving the airport, a maze of debris. planes in wrong places. nearby we met gino daniels. his first floor submerged by storm surge.
>> water just poured in. at that point everything was a wash after that. >> reporter: but he tells us he plans on rebuilding. >> still hard to see all what you've been accumulating and building up over the years just completely washed away. >> reporter: this is what's left of a terminal at grand bahama international airport. it is a vital lifeline to the island and they've just now resumed some makeshift operations but the recovery here will take a long time. victor oquendo, abc news, freeport, grand bahama. >> our thanks to victor, and our hearts go out to the people in the bahamas. we will continue to follow hurricane dorian and the devastation in the bahamas. we are going to turn to other news. new details in the investigation into that deadly dive boat fire. >> ntsb investigators toured a similar boat to check out the bunk room and its only emergency hatch. some of them even tried crawling through and said it would have been very difficult for 34 people to escape, especially in the dark. >> as dive teams work to recover pieces of the wreckage, crew members tell investigators they made several frantic attempts to save those passengers sleeping below deck. when they tried getting through
doors and windows they were overcome by searing heat, smoke, and flames. our affiliate in santa barbara spoke with the boat's owner who said the crew had no choice but to evacuate. >> the crew is having a very difficult time. they're breaking down, they're seeking counseling. it's a very, very tough time for them. >> investigators say they are not ruling out any possible causes of the fire, including the boat's electrical system and charging cellphones. the list of retailers asking customers not to openly carry guns into their stores is growing. cvs, walgreens have joined walmart and kroger. wegmans calls it a preference rather than a ban. let's talk about something a little bit lighter. the loch ness monster. >> all right. >> so apparently we've got the latest on the loch ness and what lives in the famed scottish lake. >> scientists in new zealand have released results of their study on what's believed to be the home of the elusive monster. they determined more than 3,000
species live in the water, but in the words of one researcher, this is probably not -- there is probably not a giant, scaly reptile swimming around loch ness. he says one plausible idea is the monster could be a large eel. >> we know eels usually only grow four to six feet, and they can get pretty long, though. four to six feet? >> i think that could absolutely be an eel. >> it just jumped out of the water and someone snapped a picture? they have a camera that's just stationed there. >> right. >> it grabbed an image. >> looks like sushi to me. >> oh! oh, no. i'm glad we have this study that gives us some insight. >> cleared it up? >> not really, though. >> no, of course it didn't. in a couple of years someone's going to have a new picture about seeing nessie. >> nessie's going to be with bigfoot. >> oh! >> sasquatch. wait, sasquatch is bigfoot, right? trying to figure if there's a love triangle here. >> between the personalities,
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a florida man's escape after allegedly threatening someone at a restaurant took him into a river in north ft. myers tuesday. police aviation unit used infrared technology to spot the man, quote, practicing his breast and butterfly strokes. rescue crews retrieved him from the water but not before right there officers said he delivered them a single-finger salute. in connecticut a second round of arrests have made in the case of that missing mother of five. >> her estranged husband has been arrested for the second time along with his girlfriend. here is whit johnson. >> reporter: a second round of arrests connected to the case of advertising mother of five, jennifer dulos. >> anything about the new charge? >> reporter: michelle troconis turning herself in, charged with tampering or fabricating evidence. this after her boyfriend, fotis dulos, jennifer's estranged
husband, was taken into custody. >> it's an exhausting fight. i love my children. that's about it. >> reporter: according to an arrest warrant, complete with a time stamped string of surveillance images, police say troconis lied to them about potential alibis, events which troconis was forced to admit never happened. jennifer, last seen may 24th, dropping her kids off at school. that morning police believed dulos was lying in wait at her home. a security camera capturing jennifer's chevy suburban leaving. detectives alleging dulos was behind the wheel, possibly carrying her body. investigators accusing dulos of later driving a co-worker's red toyota tacoma. they said lab results matched a bloodlike substance found on the seats to jennifer's dna. >> there's not much we hadn't heard before, and i question the wisdom of these charges at this late date. >> reporter: the pair pleaded not guilty to previous charges.
both are now out on bail again wearing ankle monitors. whit johnson, abc news, norwalk, connecticut. coming up next half hour, an american airlines mechanic under arrest. what that mechanic was accused of doing to a plane just before takeoff. first, how technology is giving everyone a front row seat to their favorite concerts. ir favorite concerts. what might seem like a small cough can be a big bad problem for your grandchildren. babies too young to be vaccinated against whooping cough are the most at risk for severe illness. help prevent this! talk to your doctor or pharmacist today about getting vaccinated against whooping cough.
♪ time keeps on slipping ♪ time keeps on slipping slipping slipping into the future ♪ slipping slipping into the future ♪ the future is now. at least for virtual reality fans who have always wanted a front row seat to their favorite concerts. >> a new virtual reality app now lets you see live concerts from
the middle of the crowd, in the front row, even the stage, right from your own living room couch. here's abc's kimberly brooks. >> reporter: if you want to rock out with a band like imagine dragon -- ♪ >> reporter: party with wiz khalifa -- ♪ >> reporter: or hang with kelly clarkson -- ♪ >> reporter: all without getting out of your pajamas, you're in luck. there's a new frontier in virtual reality, a multibillion-dollar industry, now a pioneering live music app called melody vr is allowing fans to go from couch potato to virtual vip with the touch of your screen. >> literally you can watch my entire "meaning of life" tour via vr. everyone's here, my whole tour is on vr. ♪ i been at the wrong place at the wrong time ♪ >> reporter: marshmallow and country star kane brown rocked
the stage with their hit "one thing right." viewers everywhere on their phones were able to get that immersive experience too. ♪ i got one thing right >> reporter: we went behind the scenes where, for the first time, melody vr livestreamed a live televised concert. >> marshmallow, are you excited? >> i think it's awesome. i've been trying to get virtual reality for a while because i'm a big gamer. i know mallow's a big gamer. it would be cool. >> there are all these cameras onstage that give people a 360-view of all these different angles. yeah, so you're under like complete surveillance. >> so we got to worry about what we look like all over the place, yeah. >> if you want to jump to a different location, a different jump spot, you simply press it here and it will take you to the other location on the other side of the stage. >> reporter: melody vr's ceo, anthony matchette, was an audio engineer when he began developing the app. >> when i saw the first early
prototype i thought, wouldn't it be amazing if you could put me on stage with the rolling stones and charge me $10 to do that? >> reporter: today he's showing us how it works without the glasses required for most vr. >> i think when people think of vr, they normally think of the glasses. >> so if you have an oculist, you can download our app and use your oculist device. for so many people who don't have an oculist, it's really important to be on mobile. >> reporter: the virtual concerts are the latest in this fast-growing industry. vr is moving beyond entertainment. it's now being studied as a tool for pain management at cedars-sinai medical center in los angeles. >> they'll come out of vr, usually say, i feel really peaceful, i feel really calm now. and i'll say, how's your pain? and sometimes they'll say, oh my god, i forgot about that. >> you guys go ahead, put the headsets back on. >> reporter: in chicago, the chicago pd launched a pilot
program that uses vr to train police officers on how to interact with people experiencing a mental health crisis. back in central park, the marshmallow and kane brown concert is in full swing and fans around the world see the duo perform marshmallow's hit song "happier." ♪ lately i been i been thinking i want you to be happier ♪ ♪ i want you to be happier >> reporter: after the show, a sense of relief mixed with excitement for the team. >> it's like a live concert from their living room. sit on the couch and literally see everything on the stage, and it's another thing i get to say i did first with mallow. >> reporter: for "nightline" i'm kimberly brooks in new york. >> our thanks to kimberly. so interesting with the concerts. also her longer "nightline" piece showed her walking the plank with the virtual reality goggles on, 80 stories up but she's only an inch on the ground. she seemed terrified, it was so
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♪ ♪ time for "the mix." and we have another food holiday. >> you guys, we have been so happy this week having food the last three days. >> pizza. >> what was the first thing? >> we had birthday, beyonce birthday cookies. >> oh, yes, of course. >> but today is national coffee ice cream day. >> mm! >> and i'm not a big fan of coffee. in fact, i don't drink coffee. >> i am. >> at all. >> dig in there. >> so we had them get a chocolate-vanilla kind. >> you know you want that. >> i'm on a thing, though. >> you're on a thing. >> september 6th, national coffee ice cream day. we're able to indulge in this caffeinated dessert. what do you think? indulge. >> i think it's all right. i usually get my coffee with
hazelnut swirl, extra cream no sugar. >> my favorite, favorite, favorite ice cream, ben and jerry's chocolate chip cookie dough. i can eat pints after pints after pints. i want to show you this video of a roller coaster. this guy who caught a phone that slipped down on a roller coaster and watch this. he actually was able to catch the phone, one-handed, palm it, whoa. "polka" time! ♪ ♪ politics and foreign wars all the weather all the scores ♪ ♪ that's the "world news" polka ♪ ♪ if you're an insomniac and a good night's sleep you lack ♪ ♪ do the world news polka ♪ it's late at night you're wide awake and you're not wearing pants ♪ ♪ so grab your world news mug and everybody dance ♪ ♪ have some fun be a pal every anchor guy and gal ♪ ♪ do the "world news" polka
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this morning on "world news now," hurricane dorian battering the carolinas right now. it's dumping heavy rain, leaving many places flooded, and the powerful winds are crippling power lines. also happening right now, hundreds of firefighters are battling this out-of-control brush fire burning dangerously close to homes. we take you to the front lines. new this half hour, an airline mechanic charged with trying to sabotage a flight. >> the mechanic allegedly tampered with an american airlines plane before taking off. how the airline is expanding. and we all knew it had to be much more than a hunch. what those three lovely girls and those three boys just did to an iconic piece of hollywood history. we're talking about the brady bunch. we'll have that story in "the skinny" on this friday, september 6th.
good friday morning. thank you for joining us. all week long we have been talking about hurricane dorian and that is again how we start the morning as the hurricane moves along the coast of north carolina. >> the storm is tracking to the northeast with winds still about around 90 miles an hour. some coastal communities in the carolinas could get more than a foot of rain before it's over. >> tornados like this one in north myrtle beach, south carolina, left behind a trail of destruction and widespread power outages. >> and this is a look at topsail beach, north carolina, where the rain is falling and we can see some lightning in the background. just those trees whipping in the wind. let's check the forecast with accuweather's chris nallan. the storm just won't let up. >> yeah, kenneth, janai, we're talking about a storm that's still potent, even though now a cat 1 as of 2:00 a.m.
we are looking at a storm that has a lot of rain, and you can clearly see the eye itself is a little bit less organized, if you will, it's not as circular or perfect as it has been in the past. but we're still seeing a lot of rain here come onshore across parts of the north carolina, especially outside of cape lookout. the storm is 50 miles or so southwest of cape lookout as it is grazing the coast. the question is where does it make landfall as it will probably be along the outer banks. we're seeing a lot of rain coming inland locations. low-lying spots, flood risk is going to be high. we're going to see those travel disruptions as we head through your friday afternoon, and then up the east coast, that's the concern too as we roll forward. here's what you can expect with some of the highest wind gusts in virginia beach up to 60 miles per hour with rain amounts up to 10 inches. storm surge 1 to 3 feet. that's just one of the cities that will be impacted. >> right, and chris, you're talking about virginia beach there. but this storm is going to move even farther up along the northeast. there are warnings all the way
up to massachusetts. >> yeah, that's correct. and we are talking about storm surge risks. we're also seeing that storm surge risk going all the way up towards the jersey coast here, all across long island. low-lying areas. high tide times. that's when we see some of that coastal flooding. that goes all the way up towards around, say, massachusetts. the cape here as well. with tropical storm-force winds potentially into saturday morning. >> so we're not done talking about dorian just yet. all right, chris nallan, thank you so much for joining us. now to some of what dorian has left behind. a tornado spawned by the storm caused this widespread destruction in emerald island, north carolina. downed trees and power lines left more than 250,000 people in the dark across the storm zone. >> look at this, one driver got a little too close to dorian's angry waves in myrtle beach, south carolina. and of course had to abandon this jeep.
>> flooding is a big concern, particularly in low-lying areas along the coast. this high water was in charleston, south carolina. we know that there was flooding around that time, this time yesterday morning. abc's steve osunsami is there. >> reporter: hurricane dorian is bringing tragedy to the carolina coast, destroying their homes with tornados, and frightening them with waterspouts. >> which way is it going? >> reporter: near myrtle beach, families who rode out the storm had to run from the twisters just after sunrise. someone drove this jeep up onto the beach and the storm is taking it away too. high winds tore the siding off these apartment buildings. the people inside worried for their lives. >> all of a sudden the windows broke loose. everything was swirling in our bedroom. >> reporter: this is what the storm left of this mobile home park in emerald isle, north carolina. ar was hit hard.e was hurt. we're seeing this all over town, trees that couldn't withstand these high winds came crashing
down, sometimes over power lines. a giant tree came crashing this morning onto the bed of this 7-year-old boy. >> we were all sleeping downstairs, as precaution, for this reason. we do it during every storm. >> reporter: patrick murray and his daughter millie say it was a rough night. >> it was a little scary in the middle of the night, it started to pick up, the shutters were banging. >> reporter: just down the street is the reason we lost power. this dangerous power line dangling in floodwaters, lighting up the street. authorities here report that more than 200 trees fell across charleston. i want you to take a close look at this behind me. this is a massive oak tree, many times my size, that fell in the middle of the night. it was brought down by the high winds. wind gusts reach between 60 and 70 miles an hour. and luckily no one here was hurt. steve osunsami, abc news, charleston. >> our thanks to steve there. you know charleston is really one of my favorite cities in
south carolina. a lot of family and friends down there. thinking about them this morning. so many trees falling. all that flooding they're dealing with down there. our hearts are with them and we are praying for them this morning as well. a massive relief effort for the bahamas is getting under way as one official there is talking in the starkest terms about the situation. >> an american aid shipment arrived last night from miami. it included enough plastic sheeting for 35,000 people and water for 3,000. a search and rescue team from virginia is there and more american crews are arriving today. >> a horrific part of the story this woman in florida learned at least six members of her family died in the storm. julie edwards says others are still missing. the death toll is at least 30 people and the top health official in the bahamas says the final count could be staggering. >> so awful. a miami entrepreneur is using his organization's plane to ferry americans back to the u.s. and bring relief supplies to the bahamas.
government to step up relief efforts. we'll have more from the bahamas in our next half hour. so hard to hear about that death toll continuing to go up, especially for that woman who lost so many people of her family. >> heartbreak there. we do move on to more breaking news. a wildfire burning out of control in southern california is spreading quickly and has grown to about three square miles. >> crews are battling intense heat and gusting winds which have pushed the flames close to residential areas southeast of los angeles, threatening homes. mandatory evacuations are under way. abc's kayna whitworth has the details. >> reporter: a fast-moving wildfire burning dangerously close to homes in riverside county near the city of marietta about 80 miles east of los angeles. more than 500 firefighters battling the blaze, an all-out assault by air and on the ground. flames scorching 2,000 acres, ripping through these hills. homeowners frantically working to save their homes. >> just depends how the wind's going to -- if it changes direction, then a lot can change quickly. so that's always a concern.
>> reporter: 1,200 residents have been evacuated. this driver documenting her harrowing escape. >> scary. we've packed up. waiting to see if we're going to get evacuated or not. >> reporter: officials closing schools and urging residents in the area to avoid breathing the air. it's thick with smoke and ash. this is the first time this year we've seen such high winds accompanied by high heat. firefighters telling us this is the most extreme weather they've seen all season. kayna whitworth, abc news, los angeles. >> our thanks to kayna there. new this morning from miami, an american airlines mechanic is under arrest charged with trying to sabotage an aircraft's navigation system just before it was set to take off with 150 people on board. >> according to the criminal complaint the mechanic said he was upset about stalled contract negotiations. fortunately the tampering on a mid-july flight set off an error message alerting pilots so they aborted the takeoff and nobody was injured. that is terrifying. >> it is. the long nightmare is finally over for pro football
fans. the nfl is back. that's right. >> oh, ken's excited too. >> they're all excited back there. the league's 100th season opened last night in chicago where the bears, the bears, the bears hosted green bay. a second quarter pass by the packers' aaron rodgers to jimmy graham was the game's only touchdown. green bay beat chicago in a defensive struggle 10-3. >> everybody behind us was excited. ken's going nuts. jack too. constance, you're excited about football being back? >> nope. uh-uh. >> no. >> we were hoping for a better game last night, frankly. it was sort of a disaster. >> yeah. >> they got a lot of stuff to work on. you could tell it was game one for both teams. they'll try it again next week. >> it's crazy. he seems more excited about this than when he does "bachelor" and "bachelorette." >> i know, i thought for sure it would be the other way around. >> strange. serena williams started slow and ended strong as she rolled into her second straight u.s.
open final since becoming a mom. williams beat fifth seed elina svitolina to set up another chance to win her record-tying 24th career grand slam. if she does it, it would come 20 years after winning her first slam at the open in 1999. i practiced that name. >> i think it's svitolina. >> i know, when i was practicing -- >> it's rare for me to get it. >> i know. i literally was practicing it before the show. >> i just wanted to show you. oh, i knew that one, i knew that one. >> props. coming up, the british royal who just had her first day of school. here at home, folks in jacksonville, florida were treated to a stunning light show in the sky. the science behind how dorian turned the sky purple. later in "the skinny" what rapper nicki minaj is saying about her future in music.
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millions of people up and down the east coast saw sunsets like this last night thanks to dorian. this is from florida. the phenomenon is known as scattering which forecasters say is common after hurricanes. those outer cloud bands also extended to the northeast. bruce newman from our philadelphia station wpbi took this beautiful picture of the delaware river and the ben franklin bridge between camden, new jersey, and philly. turning overseas, an ohio woman has been arrested in the philippines and charged with human trafficking. >> she's accused of trying to smuggle a 6-day-old infant to the u.s. after reportedly trying to buy the baby online. here's abc's paula faris. >> reporter: police say this is video of an american woman trying to smuggle an infant out of the philippines. watch again as she pulls the baby just 6 days old out of that
sling and walks through the metal detector at manila's international airport. jennifer talbot, who has been living in utah, was arrested and charged with human trafficking. here she is handcuffed, being paraded by prosecutors in front of local media. at times wiping away tears. according to local reports, she met the baby's biological mother on the internet. it's unclear if any money was exchanged. at the airport, police say she successfully cleared the immigration counter with the newborn concealed. but as she was boarding a delta airlines flight back to the united states, she was asked by airline personnel about her oversized sling and wasn't able to produce travel documents for the baby. >> there was really an intention to conceal and to sneak out the baby. >> reporter: talbot does have other children. she has reached out to the u.s. embassy for help because if convicted she faces a possible life sentence which would be served there in the philippines. as for the baby's biological parents, both face human trafficking charges.
the mother telling investigators she simply wanted to give her baby up for adoption. that baby is safe in the care of local government. paula faris, abc news, new york. when we come back, one celebrity's three-day birthday party. and a "brady bunch" reunion. you wouldn't accept from any one else. why accept it from your allergy pills? flonase relieves your worst symptoms including nasal congestion, which most pills don't. flonase helps block 6 key inflammatory substances. most pills only block one. flonase.
♪ skinny just gimme the skinny time now for the skinny on this friday morning. we're starting with a big announcement from nicki minaj. >> the 36-year-old rapper says she is retiring from the music industry. she shared the news with her fans on twitter yesterday saying, quote, i've decided to retire and have my family. i know you guys are happy now. to my fans, keep repping me. >> all right, so the tweet is adding fuel to rumors, recent rumors that minaj is expecting a baby with her fiance kenneth zoo petty. the rapper's been nominated for ten grammys, has won five mtv music video awards.
most hot 100 entries by a female solo artist. that's her partner's name, kenneth zoo petty. we just call this one petty kenneth. >> i knew that was coming. >> right, i had to. >> are we surprised by this? and is she really retiring? >> is she? jay-z said he was going to too, and look at him. michael jordan. i mean, he eventually did. >> yeah, yeah. so we'll see. >> good luck either way, nikki. next to windy williams dishing and telling it all on "the view." >> the talk show host was grilled about her sobriety and her split with husband kevin hunter after nearly 22 years of marriage. >> she dropped some serious shade about hunter fathering a child with his mistress. >> but here's the deal. i'm not a selfish mom. and i'm a very plot-ative individual. i will plot on you. that's why i'm going into season 11 and he's changing pampers.
>> despite her comments williams says she's vowed to herself not to publicly bash her ex. >> plot-ative? >> haven't heard it. >> it's going to be in webster's by the end of the year. turning overseas to the latest images just crossing our "skinny" international desk. >> that desk is getting a lot of work this week. >> really is. involving one of the youngest members of britain's royal family. >> 4-year-old princess charlotte. >> aww. >> all smiles on her first day of school accompanied there by mom and dad. and her older brother. the young royal fourth in line to the throne, joined big brother, prince george, at a school in london. >> prince william says charlotte was very excited about starting school. >> i love, a little later in this video, she's playing with her ponytail. >> flipping it, flipping it. >> just so cute. >> very adorable.
>> and people on social really, really loved it. >> right there. >> sometimes i p attention t leo now to a "brady bunch" reunion because we love that too. >> hgtv is about to launch a show about the restoration of the actual brady bunch house. but first the network got the cast together to recreate one of the most iconic parts about the show. ♪ so we bought the place and brought back all the bradys ♪ ♪ who know every room and corner in and out ♪ ♪ and we paired them with the hgtv family ♪ ♪ that's the way we all remain the brady house ♪ ♪ the brady house >> i'm digging it. yep, "a very brady renovation" is set to premiere on monday on hgtv. >> very cool. and of course shout-out to abc's lara spencer taking part in that also. that's going to be pretty cool. >> i loved "the brady bunch." >> me too, my favorite thing. oh, wait.
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♪ grease is the word is the word that you heard ♪ ♪ grease is the word is the word that you heard ♪ ♪ it's got groove it's got meaning ♪ "grease" was the word and topping the charts on this date back in 1978. >> and the word, the word that you heard over and over this week, was dorian. here now is our "friday rewind." >> please pray for us, everyone, please pray for us. >> reporter: dorian, the most powerful storm ever in recorded history to hit the bahamas. >> wind gusts of 200 miles per hour. >> reporter: the furious rain and intense storm surge flooding streets. homes shredded. the devastation all too evident in this neighborhood. >> we've seen large pieces of debris flying in the other direction. all right, and looks like they've just lost power. >> it is now believed 34 people died during this massive boat fire.
all the victims were trapped below deck as the flames broke out while they slept. >> there was an escape hatch and it would appear as though both of those were blocked by fire. >> it was a case sparking outrage. stanford university swimmer brock turner serving just three months in jail after being convicted of sexual assault. now for the first time the woman known as "emily doe" going public. >> you don't know me, but you've been inside me. i am not just a drunk victim at a frat party found behind a dumpster. while you are the all-american swimmer at a top university, innocent until proven guilty. >> a study by the world health organization of nearly 500,000 adults has found that just two glasses of a diet drink per day increases the risk of an early death by up to 52%. researchers say the artificial sweeteners in diet drinks may
induce glucose intolerance and trigger high insulin levels. >> it's beyonce's birthday! >> whoo! >> ten years ago i went to my first beyonce concert. >> and of course he's got a picture. >> i've got it documented. philadelphia. >> oklahoma city. it was such close quarters, we literally have a picture of my friend's hand on her microphone. i wish you would have told me you were sharing pictures, i would have shared it. i'm going to share on it twitter later. >> we do have a lot of beyonce stories around here and we love every single last one of them. >> five, four, three from the two still the one. and we hope beyonce had a great birthday week. >> all that good food this week. >> so, so much food. >> so much. >> you know i'm on a thing. >> summer's almost over, why is he still on a thing? >> got to keep it. >> summertime's flying out the window. >> i'm a built man, got to keep it tight.
breaking news in america this morning, dorian slams the carolinas with relentless rain and storm surge. >> hurricane dorian making its presence felt right here in north carolina. >> nearly two dozen reported tornadoes. one caught on camera leveling this home. explosions heard as power lines spark. hundreds of thousands now left in the dark. this entire housing development under water. the top concern right now and where the storm heads next with alerts all the way to new england. from the bahamas a new prediction about the death toll this morning. and one woman's staggering account of the human suffering. what you can do to help. also right now, the firefight in
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