It’s Monday, October 28th – and NBC 6 has the top stories you need to know for the day.
1. South Florida will wake up to warm and muggy Monday with temperatures near 80s, with possible isolated showers. Staying on trend, Monday will continue its warm and muggy streak into the evening with lows near 80 degrees.
2. President Donald Trump confirmed the death of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the shadowy leader of the Islamic State group, after a U.S. military raid in Syria. And now the family of South Florida reporter killed by ISIS is calling the news a victory.
3. Multiple people are recovering after a violent crash between a car and a Miami International Airport shuttle over the weekend. A car collided into the back of an employee shuttle bus just outside the airport early Sunday morning, leaving several seriously injured.
4. Police in Fort Lauderdale are searching for the drivers involved in two separate deadly hit-and-run accidents over the weekend. Both crashes occurred just over a mile away from each other.
5. As nearly 200,000 people remain under evacuation order from threat of wildfire, some of the millions of people in Northern California on track to get their electricity back may not have power restored before another possible round of shut-offs and debilitating winds.
6. Two people are dead and 12 others were injured when a person, who remains at-large, opened fire Saturday night into a crowd of hundreds attending a party in Greenville, east of Dallas.