This unsuspecting driver was blindsided by this typhoon (tornado) and instantly vanishes. See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day"
Louisville Metro Council meets tonight as fate of a new soccer stadium is still up in the air. Tony talks with Metro Council President David Yates.
President Trump makes a push for tax reform saying he sees a household pay raise. NBC News Radio's Joe Gomez breaks it down with Tony from Washington.
The wildfires tearing through northern California flared up again Wednesday, growing in size and number as authorities issued new evacuation orders and announced that hundreds of more homes and businesses had been lost. The death toll climbed to 21 and was expected to rise higher still. At least 3,500 homes and businesses have been destroyed since the fires started Sunday, making them the third deadliest and most destructive blazes in state history. Alex joins Tony from Santa Rosa with the latest.
In 2015 prosecutors heard a recording of Harvey Weinstein seeming to admit inappropriately touching Italian model Ambra Guitierrez. But, while the Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance called the tape "sickening," he said it was still insufficient to prove a crime, saying "we operate in a courtroom of law not in public opinion" and defended himself against mounting criticism of not bringing a case against Weinstein. Vance has asked anyone who thinks she has been a victim to come forward. ABC's Aaron Katersky is following developments and checks in with Tony.
President Trump is prepared to walk away from the Iran nuclear deal - possibly as early as Thursday. NBC News Radio’s Bill Zimpfer has the latest from the Foreign Desk and talks with Tony.