A group of homeowners who are some of the first to move into D.R. Horton's Del Tierra subdivision in East Manatee are pushing the company to fix numerous punch list items at their homes that have been ongoing for months. Video by Matt. M. Johnson.
In an elevator in Las Vegas on Sept. 22, Savanah Prosch was simply Snapchatting her and her friends dancing. When the elevator doors suddenly opened, they were stunned to see it was Bill Nye the Science Guy. "Hi, girls," Nye said as he joined them in the elevator. Prosch told Storyful that Nye was nice and asked if they wanted pictures. The girls were in Las Vegas for the Life is Beautiful music and art festival, which Nye appeared at on the same date this video was shot.
During President Donald Trump's speech at a rally in Huntsville, Ala., on Friday, he called out NFL players who sit during the national anthem. Teresa Kaepernick, Colin Kaepernick's mom, commented on Trump's remarks via Twitter. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell also responded to Trump through a statement calling the president's comments "divisive."
Wind and rain pummeled the Dominican Republic on Sept. 21, 2017 as Hurricane Maria passed over the island’s north coast, leaving more than 100,000 residents on the island country without power. The downgraded Category 3 storm was moving toward the Turks and Caicos Islands on September 22.
Puerto Rico’s largest baseball stadium sustained damage after Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico early on September 20. Video shows damage to Hiram Bithorn Stadium in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The stadium is the largest in Puerto Rico and was named after Hiram Bithorn, the first baseball player from Puerto Rico to make it into the major leagues, according to puertorico.com, playing as a pitcher for both the Chicago Cubs and the Chicago’s White Sox.
You might think watching Kentucky lose to Florida 30 years in a row is tough for UK fans. How about coming up with a headline for each one? Here are the Lexington (Ky.) Herald-Leader headlines since 1987.
A field team from USGS is racing time to document the storm surge from Irma that slammed the Keys. They are tracking high water marks from Key West to Key Largo, trying to get an accurate read of the surge since sensors often fail during a storm's peak or miss places.