The Rio Olympics were only a year ago, but the venues look like they've been deserted for decades. Why do cities fail to keep these facilities up after the games leave? See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day"
Gov Matt Bevin vows to fix Kentucky's pension plan. Can he do it? Tony Cruise has some thoughts.
President Trump is planning a trip to Texas to see first-hand the relief efforts that are underway. NBC News Radio's Joe Gomez is in Washington with the latest on the federal government's response to Hurricane Harvey and takes a look with Tony.
This "super hero" is coming back for this classic reboot and it's good to be Ed Sheerhan these days. That and more in today's entertainment news!
On Monday evening, Houston's Mayor Sylvester Turner confirmed three deaths in Houston. Houston, the country’s fourth largest city, has been inundated with flooding and according to the national weather service, the flooding hasn’t even hit its peak. ABC's Ryan Burrow is in Houston with the latest overnight developments and shares with Tony.
The Department of Defense, released a statement Monday evening that North Korea had conducted a missile launch that flew over Japan. While NORAD determined the missile launch did not pose a threat to North America, they were still working on getting more information at press time. Luis Martinez is at the Pentagon and talks with Tony.