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nbc's michele kosinski is in south africa on the story for us this morning. michele, good morning. give us the latest. >> hi, savannah. oscar pistorius sobbed his body shaking as this ruling was read and you could say in many ways this was expected, but this judge kept everyone guessing. his ruling lasted two hours. he criticized the prosecution, then said that it doesn't mean their case is not strong. then he hit pistorius saying he has problems with his story about what happened that morning. ultimately ruling, though, pistorius is not a flight risk, not a danger to the public. he will be released on bail tonight. >> the accused is not a flight risk. >> reporter: listen to the reaction on audio feed at the moment the ruling on bail was finally read.
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>> the accused has made a case to be released on bail. >> yeah! >> reporter: oscar pistorius entered the court with a calm demeanor looking more collected, even confident than we've seen. head forward, eyes closed. prosecutors picked up their argument, again ripping into pistorius' account of what happened the morning reeva steenkamp was killed in which a claim he was screaming, yelling for her to call police about a burglar and her in the bathroom without him knowing it. according to prosecutors she did not say a word. she did not scream. she did nothing. it's so improbable, it's not true. even on his statement he ran back in the bedroom saw reeva wasn't in the bed and realized what happened. i would imagine you'd look everywhere for her, downstairs, where is she. doesn't make sense to think i've shot reeva because she's not in bed. that would come later not immediately. prosecutors wondered why a guy worried about burglars slept with open windows and doors, why
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he wasted time to go down to unlock the front door and criticized his attitude of i've done nothing wrong and looking forward to business as usual. tod today's attorney, confidence he will be released from jail, would like to start trending him again monday. though he has no plans to race, he thought training would be the best thing for him. >> to get his mind sort of cleared. the sooner he can start the better. >> reporter: his defense insisted whatever the alleged actions or circumstances may be, there is no evidence that this is murder at all, that pistorius was in a panic that night to save reeva, whose friends watched this hearing, minutes away from a ruling now and remember her. >> she actually sent me a message in the beginning of the month and she said, this month is going to be amazing and change our lives forever. >> reporter: the judge just upped pistorius' bail to 1
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million ran, the equivalent of 112,000 u.s. dollars and lots of conditions on this. pistorius has to surrender his passport, firearms, can't use drugs or alcohol, can't return to the crime scene which is his home. he needs permission to leave his town and has to check in with police twice a week. savannah? >> all right. michele kosinski with the breaking news in south africa. let's turn to john cue kelly a defense attorney who's got a lot of experience covering trials. john, good morning to you. >> how are you doing? >> good. let's look at this bail decision in perspective. i mean on the one hand, we saw a judge who really ripped the prosecution's case, aspects of it, called into question aspects of pistorius' story. does the bail decision have any real influence on what will ultimately happen at trial? >> no, it doesn't. it did give us a good look in terms of how the evidence will be received at trial. the judge didn't base his bail decision just on the strength or
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weakness of the prosecution's case. it had a lot to do with the community ties involved, propensity to violence, whether witnesses could be in danger, and no prior criminal record and he had to turn in his passport. they don't see him as a flight risk. the judge gave a lot of weight to the fact that pistorius came forward and put his vir version of events in an affidavit right up front. >> are you surprised at the same time to see so much substance in the context of a bail hearing? i mean, this spells at time like a mini trial and do you think that will ultimately affect the outcome of the case, that so much of the evidence has in some ways been previewed. >> both the prosecution gets a look at the defense case and the defense got a very good look at the prosecution case. it's very unusual. last time i think we saw this, the reason it sort of escalates through a worldwide media
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frenzy, was the hearing where you gave a substantial airing out of all the evidence weigh before, media frenzy ahead of time. >> you mentioned the simpson case and there are some parallels. for example, you have a lead detective in the pistorius case who has absolutely been called into question in terms of his credibility. one because he's apparently facing murder charges of his own, but two, in terms of how he investigated the case. now he has been removed from the case, but that doesn't mean he won't play a role here, right? the defense can always call him. >> well sure. and he's a fact witness. he was here at the crime scene. he recovered evidence. he interviewed witnesses and, you know, even made determinations in terms of cell phone calls were made or not made and things like that. and you're right, the implication is rogue cop, same thing as we saw with furman in the simpson trial. it's sort of the perimeter issue, not related to the facts
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directly but it makes it sexy and interesting. >> well, one thing you definitely know that's different between our country and south africa is the fact that it's going to be a bench trial. the judge will render a decision, not this judge, a different judge. not a jury. doesn't that really change what happens in a case? >> well, it does. i mean you don't have -- you know, with a jury of 12 laymen hearing the fact that the lead investigator had these attempted murder charges, things like that, it would be so compelling with a single trial judge, it won't be. i think where a lot of this is going to play out is on the world stage in the media. you know, they're going to make a lot more of this than will come into play with the trial judge himself. >> and a lot of times we do see when there is a lot of public coverage of a case that influences a jury, remains to be seen whether a judge will be influenced by that kind of thing. john kelly, noted defense attorney, always good to get your perspective. >> thank you. >> thanks, savannah. and now let's go back to willie. >> savannah, thank you.
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it is, of course, warm and sunny here in miami, but the middle of the country being bombarded by a massive snowstorm. john yang is live in chicago, not to rub it in, john, but i'm guessing you wish you were here? >> a little bit. actually what i found out i was going to be on the show, i thought i would be with you, willie. anyway, right now here in chicago, the heaviest of the snowfall seems to be over, as this storm, which pummeled the plains, keeps moving east. across the midwest, it's shaping up to be another tough day to get from point a to point b. on the roads. >> oh, this is a terrible day for everybody. >> reporter: take a look at what this minivan does to a traffic light in illinois. getting into the air is no easier, as more flights are canceled and airports struggle to reopen. >> when i first walked in, i saw the line here and i said, this cannot be good. >> reporter: staying on the air is a challenge as staff clears snow out of satellite dishes.
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across the region, snow is falling at a furious pace, challenging shovellers. >> trying to keep the sidewalks and everything clear. >> reporter: the storm is leaving behind some impressive snowfall accumulations. 10.5 inches in missouri. 12.5 in alva, oklahoma, and almost a foot and a half in hayes, kansas. in missouri there's a state of emergency. in kansas, state offices closed for all but essential workers. in texas the problem is ice. south of new deal, texas, a seven-car accident shuts down traffic on an interstate highway. you don't have to work or travel. it's a time for fun. >> she's playing all over the place in it, loving it. >> reporter: for this young girl, it's a chance to do something nice for dad. >> i am cleaning up the driveway so that when my dad gets home, he can find his spot and can get in the house for him. >> reporter: right now, at o'hare airport, about 240 canceled flights and delays for
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inbound flights, up to 90 minutes. willie? >> john yang, like a lot of people this morning, bundled up in chicago. thanks so much. al is keeping an eye on the storm for us. al, what does it look like. >> it's going to continue to make its way to the east and also cause a lot of flooding down south. take a look, you can see on the radar, that you've got another area of snow still stretching through the great lakes, dropping maybe another one to three inches. also heavy rain, severe weather going on right now, down through the south. so as we look at the amounts we're expecting over the next 24 hours, about one to three, some areas as much as six inches of snow around the great lakes but also down south, from new orleans all the way into the carolinas, anywhere from three, as much as five inches of rain that could cause some flooding. other thing we're worried about, another piece of energy breaks off from the main storm, up the track of this system we could be looking at a decent amount of snow for new england. now, depending on where it sets up, that will determine where the heaviest snow is. right now the european model, which has been pretty good about
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all of this, has basically showing about four to six inches of snow from boston, heavier snow to the west of boston. however, the american models are a little bit different. they show much less snow for boston. the heaviest snow makes its way into interior sections of new england, almost no snow for new york city. mostly a rain event from new york city and new jersey all the way down into much of the parts of the delmarva peninsula. we will have to keep watching this and plus there's another system that's going to be coming out of the pacific northwest today that's going to cause more problems for everybody who got hit in kansas, missouri and iowa earlier this week. >> this week is going to be a wild one. >> very active week. like flo rida. >> thanks very much. let's head back to new york for a check of the other top stories and check in with carl. hey, carl. >> good morning. good morning, everyone. a manhunt has intensified after a deadly shoot-out in the heart of the las vegas strip. nbc's miguel al mcguire is there with the latest.
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good morning. >> carl, good morning. police are combing through mounds of surveillance tape trying to identify murder suspects. they say this began in a parking area and spilled out on to the street just behind me. mayhem off the vegas strip. a car fully engulfed in flames after a wild shooting. three killed in a scene described by witnesses as something that looked like a hollywood set. >> a few second delay, two or three seconds. then i heard a series of gun shots. >> reporter: police say it all began with a confrontation between a group of men at the aria hotel valet parking area. soon they were on the vegas strip. the suspects in a black range rover, the victims in a gray maserati. police say a man opened fire from the moving suv, hitting the maserati driver, who sped through an intersection, colliding with several cars, including a taxi that burst into flames. two inside the cab killed in the
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explosion. the driver of the maserati identified by his family as ken cherry also dead. with the heart of the vegas strip shut down much of thursday, a multi-state, multi-agency manhunt is under way. police say if the suspects ever entered a hotel, it's highly like they were captured on videotape. the manhunt does continue. >> miguel almaguer in las vegas, thanks so much. >> no new trial trial tore drew peterson as a judge sentences him to 38 years in prison for the murder of his third wife. although virtually expressionless throughout the trial he burst into screams before his sentence was read yelling, quote, i did not kill cath rene. the victim's sister shouted back, yes, you did, you liar. the 59-year-old former police officer may still be charged in the disappearance of his fourth wife stacy peterson. >> this year's flu vaccine may
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not be very effective as protecting the age group most vulnerable, the elderly. this year's vaccine is only 9% effective in people 65 or older. health officials suggest that everyone over six months get the flu shot because some protection is better than none and those who get vac nated might get the flu but with less severe symptoms. now to wall street, jackie is live at cnbc world headquarters. good morning into good morning, carl. well, the saga continues for boeing's dreamliner. company executives are meeting with the faa today to propose new measures to prevent battery failures in the future. if those proposals are eventually accepted the 787 could be back in the air as soon as april. investors watching for results from the clothing retailers starting today abercrombie & fitch, those results mixed, it's going to give us a sense of how people's feelings over the economy, their worries are potentially impacting their spend. carl?
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>> thank you so much. a 45-foot fall caught on tape. this 17-year-old in santa fe was throwing snowballs from his ski lift when he lost his balance, dangling from the chair and then plummeted nearly five stories to the ground. the teen was air lifted off the mountain and taken to a local hospital, but he is doing all right now. glad he's okay. it is 7:15, back to savannah and willie in miami. >> got to put the bar down. >> put the bar down. >> thank you. >> mr. roker, busy time for you. >> it has been. the good news is our friends are getting a little break. but in the pacific northwest, another big storm coming in that's going to cause problems for the midwest late into the middle of next week. show you what we've got going on. in the pacific northwest, heavy rain, mountain snows, puget sound area, could be looking at anywhere from four to six inches of rain. snowfall in the mountains of the cascades, the sawtooth, bitterroot and sierra going to
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be looking at anywhere from one to two feet of snow. that, my friends, is a lot of snow. we'll get to your local forecast, but first, this message. 7:17. happy friday morning. good morning. i'm meteorologist christina loren taking a live look at the embarcadero. a beautiful start to the day over san francisco. no fog to report. and our air quality is actually in good to moderate range. open up windows later today when
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we hit 65 in fairfield. 63 on the way for livermore. 61 in san francisco. 62 in oakland. getting into the weekend, we'll get warmer next week. >> and that's your latest weather. >> al, thank you. this morning, friday field trip finds us in an ideal spot for a winter vacation. miami beach. it's gone through a lot of changes in recent years. now, more people are coming here not just to vacation, but to stay. ♪ miami, best known for its miles of beaches and bikinis, wants the world to know it means business. once considered just a playground, miami is poised not only to become an international center of commerce, but a cultural mecca, competing with the likes of new york and london. >> miami used to be a town for retirees and party people that came to south beach. it's become more than that, one of the most vibrant cities, not only in the united states, but
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in the world. >> a new art center und congress, world-class hotels and restaurants. it's all here, as well as something that the others don't have year round, sunshine. >> when our friends across the country were digging themselves out of the snow last week, we had weather like this. why wouldn't you want to do business in miami? >> and all this development happened relatively fast. this was miami less than three decades ago. and this is miami today. that shoreline now part of a bustling cityscape. and the rest of the world wants a piece of the action. 40 million people pass through miami international airport in 2012, a new record. those with money to spend are here to stay. >> this home behind me is on the market for $19 million. and we expect to sell it quickly. >> the high end of miami's property market is surging. >> everyone that is in the international set wants to have a home in miami. >> today the miami skyline is
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dotted with cranes, a sign of life after the economic downturn. but who is to say this boom won't also go bust? after all, miami still has one of the highest foreclosure rates in america. >> it's different this time. the investors are smarter. the developers are smarter. and now we're just ready to take off again. >> taking off as more and more people arrive every day to take it in. i don't think we could have picked a more ideal location to do a field trip. beautiful by the way the real estate bubble gone here. down in south beach the properties being bought up, south americans, latin americans buying in cash. >> electricity in this city not like any other in the world. if you come in late last night like i did, it continues well into the night. might be a beach party, techno musing playing. >> were you getting recharged overnight. >> i was. briefly.
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ill came back out here and charged. >> everywhere you go in miami there's club music being piped in. driving down the road, walking on the sidewalk, it's like -- >> bathroom. >> it's like -- ♪ >> they have a 24-hour liquor license. they can continue partying all night long here. >> vegas with a beach. >> we're having a great time. we have so much ahead. flo ri da, pit bull taking us around his hometown. what al and natalie and i did last night. lots to get to. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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coming up, a preview of this weekend's academy awards. >> much more from here at the lowe's miami beach including the dirty details of what natalie, savannah and al were up to last night after your local news.
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that reaches further than anyone's words. iams. keep love strong. it is 7:26. good morning, everybody. i'm jon kelley. a rough day out on the road today. one person dead this morning after a crash, an early crash, in redwood city. police say it happened near east bay shore road just off highway 101. initially redwood city police shut down traffic in both directions of east bay shore road during this investigation and checking in on this and get the latest. mike inouye is here to tell us about it. is it all clear? >> that road is still closed. we checked with chp. it's been over five hours for that roadway to be closed.
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it's just off 101. we'll show you on the maps. we'll get you orientated. we'll zoom in. the seaport boulevard off-ramp is open and it's right alongside that east bay shore road. businesses to the south of there if you need to access them, you'll get off on marsh and travel north parallel to 101 because you can't access it from seaport boulevard off-ramp. businesses now starting to open up there so it's closed past that area. south 101 into the same area because of the sunrise slowdown. south bay with northbound route slowing 101 north of 680 and 87 coming into downtown but it's friday and despite disabled vehicles on the shoulder, not a big deal south bay shows 85 with mild slowing coming up toward 17. 880 has been a normal commute off 238 down through hayward and into union city so there's your slower drive heading up to the bay bridge toll plaza no drama but metering lights on and sunlight and haze so what's the day look like and the weekend? >> looking good.
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good morning to you. thanks for waking up with us. a good looking day here. you can see that over san francisco. just crystal clear to start. hazy but happy to report we're in good to moderate air quality range. 37 right now in san jose. hour by hour details tells the story. 60 today as you break for lunch. we'll round out the day at 3:00 p.m. with highs in the mid 60s. 63 on the way for san jose. a touch warmer than where we ended up yesterday. 64 for concord. 62 in redwood city. we'll hold strong all weekend long in the 60s. maybe mostly cloudy conditions leading to a stray shower in the north bay. that's it. the that's the only caveat we have. only wrench in our perfect weekend ahead. i know you're looking forward to it. >> we'll take that wrench. i am looking forward to it. another local update for you in one half hour from right now. "today" show coming at you.
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7:30 now on this friday morning, the 22nd of february, we were thinking, what is a fun spot we could go? miami beach was a perfect place. it is delivering. we have a wonderful crowd up early, especially for miami, because they stay up late here. in a few moments flo ri da getting ready for a live concert on the beach, great way to wrap up the week.
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i'm savannah guthrie and willie in for matt and al and natalie. >> i'm in favor of having a friday field trip to miami every friday. what do you think of that? that would be perfect. we had work to do here last night. savannah and i. we were sous chefs for al, as he kicked off the miami and wine and food festival, doing barbecue going toe to toe with the big guys. al did fairly well, thanks to help from us. >> that's right. >> al, really? >> well, you know -- >> did they help? >> yeah, they did. yeah, they did. >> we helped. >> but it this way, the judges had a good time. >> it was unconventional help, put it that way. >> we had no influence on the judges whatsoever. >> also this morning, what has 30 bedrooms, 10 kitchens, three pools and a roller rink? it's not miami's hottest resort. it's a private home being built right here in florida. we'll take you inside that place. >> wow. >> pretty exciting.
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we want to remind you on monday, a "today" exclusive. matt sits down with gold medal skier, lindsey vonn, her first interview since that terrifying crash, likely season-ending injury, major surgery. how is she feeling? will she be ready for sochi in 2014? you're going to hear from lindsey monday only on "today." we will begin this half hour with what could be a historic evening at the oscars on sunday. jason kennedy is camped out on the red carpet this morning and has this preview. >> reporter: the oscars are almost here. and this year, a bit of an edge with seth mcfarlane, off-color mind behind "family guy" hosting. >> there's a fine line he's hoping to hit between pushing the envelope, but not going too far. >> reporter: and the movies. >> if there is a theme to this year's oscars it's american movies reclaiming the awards. >> reporter: "lincoln" is the most nominated with 12 nods but "argo" seems to have the momentum in the best picture
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category. >> i'm asking you to trust me. >> reporter: it's an awards show noteworthy this year for as much as who's out as who's in. >> the most notable thing about best director is who's not nominated, katherine bigelow, quentin tarantino and, of course, ben affleck. >> some are near locked. >> daniel day lewis is expected to run away with best actor, which would make him the first to ever win the award three times. and anne hathaway is expected to continue her hot streak by taking home the best supporting actress award. there has never been a category quite as loaded as best supporting actor. >> this is the first time in oscar history that all five nominees in one category are all past oscar winners. >> reporter: for best actress, regardless of who wins, history has already been made. >> the academy made history twice. they nominated the oldest nominee ever, emmanuelle riva, who turns 86 on oscar night, as well as the youngest nominee quvenzhane wallis. best actress nominee of all time, only 9.
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>> reporter: in a show highlights historical films hoping to make history itself. >> that was jason kennedy reporting. we remind everybody, be sure to join us monday morning. we've got a really exciting morning after the oscars. al, you're heading out to hollywood. >> and i'm bringing meredith with me. >> miss vieira will be up all night, they're going to hit the hottest afterparties, talk to the stars, see what they were wearing and drag themselves back into work the next morning. >> that's right. it's a dirty job but somebody has to do it. one tough assignment to the other. >> really. >> live monday on "today." let's get a check of the weather. >> announcer: "today's" weather is brought to you by soma intimates. your new bra destination. let's check out your weekend ahead. of course, for the northeast, big problems. we're talking about the possibility of another nor'easter coming onshore and up the coast.
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in the meantime it's going to be rain for the southeast, mid-atlantic states, snow back through the rockies. plenty of sunshine and mild weather through florida into texas. snow showers around the great lakes. sunday, sunday, we're looking at more snow in northern new england. the rockies seeing more snow. that system will be pushing its way west -- east, i should say, causing more problems again for our friends in the midwest. sunny and cold in the pacific northwest. showers alongs the coast. nice and mild through central and southern florida. that's what's going on around happy friday. 7:35 now. a live look. haze here over san jose. we don't have fog to report. it's a crystal clear sky shaping up. we'll enjoy it all day long. temperatures are going to be comfortable. 63 in livermore. 64 in gilroy. we'll hit 63 in fremont. east shore nice and comfortable. cooler in san francisco. low 60s for you. saturday into sunday, temperatures are going to stay mild. monday through wednesday of next week, the warmup is on.
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and that's your latest weather. >> all right, al. thanks a lot. now to california where a very big and unusual problem is lurking in the waters of lake tahoe, giant goldfish. >> no! >> you heard me, giant goldfish. nbc's kristen dahlgren has the story. >> reporter: ever wonder what it's like to be a big fish in a big pond? these giant-sized goldfish know. they've invaded one of the country's most pristine bodies of water, california's lake tahoe. >> it's a gold fish and it's not your average sized goldfish. >> warm water goldfish not native to lake tahoe. they've been found here over 20 years. as the lakes have gotten warmer, scientists say the goldfish are thriving. oversized creatures measuring a foot and a half long, weigh in at four pounds. substantially larger than typical pets in a fish bowl and it's their size that shocked researchers from the university of nevada, reno. >> we know we have a giant
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goldfish. the question now is how long has it been there and how many others are there in the lake? >> reporter: goldfish are carp that eat almost anything, potentially throwing off the lake's ecosystem and threatening other native fish. how did goldfish get in to lake tahoe? the presumed culprit, people dumping aquariums along the shoreline. >> there are a lot of people that still don't understand that what seems like a minor thing, can add up to a major ecologic and economic consequences. >> reporter: no longer a little fish, the big goldfish are now causing big problems in lake tahoe. for "today," kristen dahlgren, nbc news, los angeles. up next, from big goldfish to a gigantic home here in florida, 90,000 square feet. what the owners are planning to do with it, and much more from the beautiful beach here in miami. right after this. ds, when it ne.
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house that is under construction in the orlando area. nbc's janet shamlin is at the 90,000 square foot mansion called versailles. good morning. >> reporter: hey, savannah, good morning to you. if it looks like a palace, it's no coincidence whatsoever. when the couple building this house honeymooned in france, they visited versailles and discovered, sadly, it wasn't for sale. they re-created it here. along the way it's become the subject of a movie and faced foreclosure. now it's back on track and poised to become one of the largest homes in america. enormous doesn't even begin to describe it. some airports aren't this big. >> we never sought out to build the biggest house in america. it's just what kind of happened. >> reporter: these are scenes from the film "queen of ver sighs, this time share mogul and his 47-year-old beauty queen wife, jackie, build
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their super-sized dream home. >> by the time we both got what we wanted, now it's 90,000 square feet. >> reporter: for a while, it was a fairy tale. >> at one point, the market fell. >> reporter: but as the economy nose dived in 2008, construction stopped cold, as the siegels faced the same fate as so many overleveraged americans. >> probably have to list it, put it on the market. >> reporter: now three years later, construction crews are back. what is the intent now? are you finishing it to sell it? >> no. we're finishing it to actually finish it. but we do want to live in there. >> reporter: even with eight children, they could stay put. >> it's kind of becoming one of the most famous closets in the country right now. >> reporter: their current house is no starter home. 26,000 square feet, 15 bedrooms, four kitchens. >> are you ready? >> reporter: and a closet urban dwellers could live in. >> this is bigger than most new york apartments i think.
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>> that's what i've been told. >> ten miles from the office. >> reporter: their royal replica is just a two minute rolls-royce drive away. how tall are the ceilings in here? >> 45 feet. >> you could put a four-story building in here. >> reporter: play room, roller rink, bowl g alley, ten kitchens, three pools and two tennis courts but no one is packing moving boxes just yet. there's at least three years worth of work still to be done here. and as for the documentary, knowing what you do now, would you do it all over again? >> no. >> no. but what i would do different if i had known so many millions of people would be seeing it is i would have worn more makeup. >> reporter: siegel says his company is profitable. they can afford it. why not? he did file suit against the film makers, however, saying it unfairly portrayed his company. that suit was dismissed. as for jackie, she is embracing her newfound freedom and says
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when she gets this thing built, she's interested in a reality show. savannah, back to you. >> no surprise there. >> wow, all right. >> that walk-in closet is much bigger than my apartment. not even kidding. >> when you need a gps to find your spouse in a house it's not good. >> ten kids like that. >> wow. coming up next, did we help al or did we hurt? natalie and i tried to be sous chefs to al. he faced some stiff competition in a barbecue cook-off last night. we'll have more on that story and much more from miami beach including a live concert from flo rida, but first these messages. so i'm doing fine... but she's still going to give me a heart attack.
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i'm sorry i can't be with you guys while you guys are enjoying our beautiful weather in miami. we're up in chicago. see my hat. i wish i could be there with you guys. hopefully you guys have great time and i'll see you next time around. >> and that is the unofficial mayor of miami, lebron james. >> lebron james. >> they played in chicago last night and won in chicago last night and he was kind enough to leave us a message. >> i know. i'm sure he's coming back on the team plane. he could come here, join us here at the lowe's by the pool. >> a little bit of snow to deal with in chicago, right? >> two to three inches. chicago is used to that. >> great of lebron james to say hello to us. we're taking our talle we're taking our tallnts to miami. we tried to help al with his special barbecue cook-off last night. >> helped. >> and as they say, the cameras were rolling. ♪ >> all right. here's the deal. we're at the south beach wine and food festival. i'm making lamb ribs and baked beans.
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i brought in a secret weapon, bang! >> what? >> did you say something? >> secret weapon, baby. >> i don't think -- being a sous chef has to be work. >> are you here to work or here to drink? >> hello, people, take the tongs, dip the ribs into the sauce. i want you to take this ladle, stir the beans. make sure they don't stick. are you listening to anything i'm saying? >> did you hear about the end of "downton abby." >> i can't believe -- >> hold on just a second. excuse me. pardon me. >> no! >> no! >> now, let's get to work. get those beans now. >> what do i do with it? >> dip it in there. you, get on that ladle and start stirring those beans. we're going to win this thing, whether you like it or not. i got your "downton abby" right here. lamb ribs are your life. beans are your children!
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♪ guys, you have been fantastic. you know what i think would be great? if you could do some reconnaissance on our competition. >> okay. >> you guys just go -- absolutely. i'll sputter along without you. i can't miss you if you don't leave. just go and go check it out. oh, my gosh, i thought they would never leave. >> style. >> great look. >> thank you. >> okay. >> we can't even talk, it's so good. >> al, sorry. all good. >> are you kidding me? this is candied bacon? does it get any better than that? >> the best i've had all day. >> all right. here's the deal. this goes to the judges. do not -- i'm begging you -- very funny. very funny. >> let's go.
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>> i'm always in a good mood. >> lamb rib. our work here is done. >> hey, al. >> did it go? >> if it doesn't work out, we brought you candied bacon. >> bacon, bacon, bacon! >> candied bacon. >> who cares about winning? i've got candied bacon. >> you didn't see what we did with the judges. >> am i gonna not want to know about this? >> whatever it takes to win. right, partner? >> we did it for you. >> mission completed! >> al, fourth place, huh? >> yeah, fourth place. >> big deal. >> we were very pleased. whatever you did for the judges, thank you for that. >> actually, in all reality, it was very stiff competition, some of the best-known chefs in this country, fourth place is amazing. >> i also want to thank the kids
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who helped from florida university, amazing culinary department. >> because they actually helped as opposed to us. >> how many mojitos? between the two of you real quick? >> probably five. >> more from miami after your local news. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] nothing gets you going quite like the power of quaker oats. today is going to be epic. quaker up.
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it is 7:56. good morning. i'm jon kelley. police in four different states including california are looking for san suv involved in a deadl shooting on the las vegas strip. this is video from the fiery crash that followed that shooting. a maserati with oakland rapper kenny cherry ran into a cab. cherry died in that crash. the cab driver also died along with a passenger. police say this all started in the parking area and then spilled out on the strip. witnesses say the men in the suv opened fire on that maserati cherry was driving. he was hit. lost control and then crashed
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and all of the flames burst up in a huge explosion. crazy scene shutting down the las vegas strip. 7:56 right now. christina loren is here to talk about a nice looking friday and beyond. good morning. >> we have a great looking day shaping up. beautiful full sunshine over the greater bay area right now. this is san francisco and that sun will remain until 5:55 when it sets. we have a gorgeous day shaping up. more sunshine and our highs are coming up a bit. 63 degrees in livermore today. 64 for gilroy. 63 in fremont. 61 in san francisco. you made it to the weekend. temperatures are going to hold up. you can get outdoors both days and maybe a stray shower in the north bay tomorrow morning. that is it. let's check your drive. good morning, mike. >> good morning. it was very slow for northbound 101 for about a half hour. things started to clear out. this shot north of 680. on maps you see areas where we have orange and red. arrow marked there. disabled vehicle just north of there. not a crash. moved from the shoulder. it was in lanes for 10 to 15
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minutes that caused slowing there. 87 slow into downtown. the rest of the south bay not looking so bad except for north 280 slowing past 85 there. back to you. >> thanks a lot. another local update a half hour from now at 8:26. hope to see you then.
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. ♪3 c1 >> here we go. >> wow. >> you had a little experience, huh? >> good morning, everyone. we are in the midst of our friday field trip. i don't know if i can get off this thing. this is not a bad way to travel.
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>> this is the only way to travel. we have a huge half hour. >> we are getting ready for a big rock this crowd. >> and only has he can do. >> of course, we're here the south beach wine and food festival is going on. giada de laurentiis is here. we'll see what she has on the menu. something to reveal something that my parents taught me. actually this morning they'll be joining us live. on this friday morning, carl quintanilla is holding down the fort in new york city. thanks, guys.
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a judge in south africa granted bail for oscar pistorius. is he charged in the murder of the valentine's day shooting of his model girlfriend reeva steenkamp. he says he killed her accidently, thinks she was an intruder. more than 14 inches of snow smothered wichita, kansas, yesterday, the most the city has seen in 50 years. the plows struggled to keep up as snow came down with more than three inches an hour. one plane even got stuck in the snow at the wichita airport. the storm should reach new england this weekend. police are checking hotel surveillance tapes for leads in a spectacular shooting and explosion thursday on the las vegas strip. officials say a gunman in a moving black suv opened fire on a gray maserati driven by aspiring rapper kenny clutch. a taxi burst into flames. clutch and clutch and two people in the cab
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were killed. now for a quick look at what is trending online, british tabloids are fueling online speculation that prince harry may be ready to settle down. he was photographed at a swiss ski resort this week, apparently rekindling his romance with cressida bonas. their alpine getaway is in the same place where kate middleton was taken when they were getting serious. all eyes will be watching to see whether harry accompanies cressida to the upcoming wedding of her half sister. meteorite reaction, but some think his response was too cool to be genuine. and it took a cheerleader to sink the most amazing shot last night. that is ashley arno from william kerry university in mississippi. she has tried that shot at every home game since christmas and
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finally made it. it was her last chance of the season. absolutely unbelievable. it's now 8:03. let's get back to savannah, willie, natalie, savannah and al on the beach. >> taking one for the team. >> would like to try that one. >> exactly. it's gorgeous here. let's get a check of the weather. >> that's right. our friday field trip city of miami, a gorgeous day. plenty of sunshine. temperatures getting up into the low 80s. on the radar, satellite, you can see this big storm system bringing snow, another three to six inches to the upper midwest. flooding rains down to the south, into the southeast. and we're going to be looking -- talking about floods, flooding possibility down south with three to six inches of rain possible. snow showers around the central some rain moves into the pacific northwest. sunny and mild through southern 8:04 now.
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you'll probably notice our hills are a little bit greener thanks to the recent rain we had earlier this week. now the warm-up begins. temperatures will be comfortable all weekend long. 45 degrees in oakland. 41 in san jose to start the day. we're headed towards the mid-60s by tomorrow. temperatures will drop off just a touch. a stray north bay shower in the morning by 9:00 a.m. that window closes. sunday temperatures to the mid-60s and the 70s return next week. what is a beach without a sandcastle? victor long and rosio flores. south beach sand typically good for what you do here? >> it's a good mix but you have to dig for it.
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>> you have to dig for sand? you're on a seven-mile beach. >> you still have to move around. sand is a different coarse, mild, you know. >> what got you into this art work? >> we've been doing it professionally for 15 years. >> what's it like? you create these beautiful masterpieces that you know are going to get knocked down or the rain comes in, surf comes in and takes them out. >> well, that's the price of being an artist. >> we love what you've done with the place. a gorgeous castle in honor of our visit. we really appreciate it. thank you so much for being here. >> thank you. this is "today's" castle. >> we love it. we'll just move in here, actually. coming up next, mr. 305 himself, pit bull, takes us on a tour of his town. natalie's parents are here. we'll catch up with them. plus, a concert from flo rida in a few minutes. but first these messages. means living with pain.
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welcome back to south beach and our friday field trip to miami. if you really want to get a city, of course, you need to talk to the locals. >> that's right. we turned to one of miami's finest, pit bull, for a special tour of the magic city, the place that has inspired his unique brand of music. they call him mr. worldwide. >> you all having a good time? >> with hits like "give me everything." ♪ i ain't gonna lie there's nothing like miami beach ♪ >> and international love. global superstar pitbull is truly a man of the world.
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but he only has one hometown. miami. and today, he's taking the day off from running his global empire to show off the city he loves. >> i'm going to show you miami from the other side. i'm going to show you now what inspires me to put out worldwide music. therefore, welcome to the bottom, the magic city, 305. and to the whole world, miami. >> he was born armando perez to cuban-american parents in little havana. >> i got to grow up in a city that was growing at the same time. it's like we're both learning together. miami is a melting pot, so many different cultures. you had to learn how to adapt to any environment quick. >> it's also what kept him grounded. even pitbull says the most important day of his life wasn't the day he got his number one
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single but the day he got the key to the city. >> we've come a long way, baby, for real. >> especially for the boy who used to day dream about living in this house across the water on the exclusive island of key biscayne. look familiar? it was featured in the 1983 al pacino classic "scarface." >> if i were to ever become the president of the united states of america, i would say washington, d.c., thank you so much. i really appreciate it, the opportunity and the generosity, but that would be my white house right there. and you already know that the secret service agents would definitely look a lot better. yeah. >> cruising around miami, it would almost seem pitbull is already president, by the legions of fans excited to catch a glimpse of their idol. >> thank you. >> but to locals -- >> how are you guys doing?
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>> it's not the gold record that is impress them. it's the charitable work pitbull has made his life's mission. >> we just want to give back to the community but at the same time let them know i'm from the same spot and going through the same struggles. >> his latest project, building a charter high school called slam in the same neighborhood he grew up for students looking for a career in the sports industry. >> in no way, shape or form, being raised and growing up in mia miami, i never would have imagined me standing on land of a school that i'm part of. it's emotional for me. >> clearly it's emotional for these future students as well. >> someone like pitbull taking an interest in this. >> it's going to be a great school and the kids that will attend this school could present something that miami could be great. >> boy, you have a future in politics. >> and a brighter future for all
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these students. for their hometown of miami and for their hometown hero. >> so nice of pitbull to give us a guided tour of miami and just a great guy, too. >> we love him. >> i love the concept of scarface. >> we're all for that. we learned all his -- >> delicious. >> literally how rich. coming up next, right behind us, natalie's parents. >> hi, mom and dad. hi. >> she will tell us what she learned from them. and we've got a little cooking to do. we'll be giada for that. [ female announcer ] we invited women to see
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back now with more of our friday field trip in miami. we like to think all these crowds are here just for us. the truth is, there's another reason. >> yes. >> 12g9 annuth annual wine and festival. >> we find "today" contributor giada de laurentiis here, participating in so many events. such a great time to be here in miami if you're a foodie. >> it is the best. can't beat the weather. we're on the beach and we get to eat and drink. >> what are we making this morning? >> willie, you're coming over here. you have to keep your glasses
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on, because you're cool? >> it's healthy. >> whatever. >> simple gnochi. >> that doesn't sound -- >> dump this in a bowl. you're going to mix. >> low speed or high speed? >> just try it. see what happens. >> oh, boy. >> here we go. willie, we've already cooked those. >> lemon juice. i mean lemon zest. nutmeg, salt. if i can get it out. >> little sticky. >> cup of flour. you're doing good. and we've got parmesan cheese. >> i see two egg yolkes here. >> one owe whole egg and one yolk. you don't have to bake potatoes or mash them or anything. they're potatoless gnochi. >> i'm getting a little dough is what i'm doing, right? >> yes. savannah! i think i can teach savannah to make gnochi.
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that's not easy. >> don't get too excited. we have a long way to go. >> you can stop now. >> all right. turn it off. turn it off before we all get covered. that's good. put it there. now that you did that, you can have a glass of champagne. >> your turn. your turn. >> don't eat it. it's raw. put it in your hand. >> really? >> come on. and then roll it. >> okay. >> you're going to put it in the flour. yours is a little bit bigger because you're a man. i'm not going to get savannah's hands dirty, nor am i going to get my hands dirty. go ahead. do another one. we're going to take some of those. will willie, i'm going to make you do all the work. dump them in. >> all of these? >> yeah. >> little too much flour? little heavy on the flour? >> you didn't really need to dump the flour. just the gnochi. >> be very specific. >> it doesn't really matter. you cook them. take them out. now that they're all floured i
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might dip it. >> how long should they be in there? >> two minutes. i make a basil oil. olive oil and fresh basil, let it sit for a couple of hours and toss them, little basil on top. >> that's a little light especially for gnochi. >> it is. i'm doing it for dinner tonight. and thn this is one of the things on the menu. >> that's beautiful. >> can we taste? >> you did better than i did. >> there you go. >> thank you. >> i make a little crust. this is my cherry chocolate ganache tart. it's good, right sf. >> very good. >> italian almond cookies. nothing? >> no, this is great. >> no response. you eat and don't say anything? >> i don't speak with food in my mouth. >> i do. >> delicious. >> thank you, savannah. whatever, willie. you make this and bake it off. here you go. you're going to work. >> yes, ma'am. >> cherry preserve, cherry jam.
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whatever. use a different kind of jam if you want. i make this for the holidays because i like the colors. >> what's in the crust again? >> look, look, look. if everybody was going to get -- >> i am. >> expert for television. >> we have time. let's do this right. >> you spread it -- >> willie? >> he's sweating. >> i know, he is. >> do you see her nice? this is the difference between a man and a woman. >> yeah, i know. savannah takes the time. >> so now, chance to redeem yourself, put some pistachios in there and some dried cherries. you can see why i like this during the holidays. it's really good to make ahead. go for it. milk chocolate. >> that looks great. >> with a little bit of a cream to get a nice, shiny texture to it. >> do you have a favorite chocolate that you use? >> i can't say. >> okay. she does but she'll never tell. dark chocolate. >> pour it over the top.
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i'll let savannah do this. >> probably wise. >> then what happens? >> it goes in the fridge for five hours till it sets. no baking. if you bake this, the chocolate will just go -- the whole thing is just going to -- >> i hear you. >> that's it. garnish it with more pistachios over the top. >> may i? >> actually, she's going to -- >> you didn't really need me in this segment. >> i did work harder for it, willie, you have to admit that. >> thank you, giada. >> i think i learned a lot. i stirred. i mixed. my work here is done. >> send it over to -- >> giada de laurentiis. >> send it over to natalie and al. >> thank you so much, savannah. we are joined with two very special guests, as we wrap up tips my parents taught me. we've got natalie's folks, mario and penelope morales. >> they taught me a very important lesson early on in
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life and that was the value of a dollar and how to make sure you don't pay retail, that you should always look for bargains and i think it came from, really, my dad was in the air force. he retired about ten years ago in his mid 50s and really saved and you did really well throughout your life that you were able to retire at such a young age and then we never lacked for everything. we went on great trips everywhere around the world and had a good upbringing. so, clearly saving money. >> for folks with kids or their children have children, what do you say to them? what's one of the first things you do with your children to teach them about being thrifty? >> providing the right example. we used to do a lot of things that we loved to do, but we didn't stay at the fancy hotels. we didn't eat at the best restaurants. we would stay at three-star hotels and we didn't take the first-class train. whenever we were traveling throughout europe, we were fortunate to have lived in so many places around the world and
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we were able to see that area where we lived and take advanta advantage. >> practical. you have tips for us. what's the first one on the list? >> first is my dad has made sort of a hobby, and both my mom and dad, their coupon book, making sure they look for the deals, rig right? >> well, yes. now we have the time, the luxury of time to look at all the ads that come out in the mail. >> sunday paper. >> sunday papers. and we do shop around. we're fortunate to live here in south florida that have plenty of supermarkets and have a wide choice of places to go to. >> another tip on the list? >> another tip is also, i think, you guys plan your meals, right, for the week? >> yes. usually i plan my meals and i see what i need for those meals and then i go through my coupons
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and i say, oh, i've got coupons for margarine, butter, whatever. >> everybody needs to learn how to save. >> i love your last tip. just because it's on sale doesn't mean it's a bargain. right? >> no, no. >> don't buy it if you don't need it, right? >> exactly. >> that's the most savings, don't buy it. >> toent go to costco and load up on tons of toilet paper. >> how much of this have you adopted in your own life? >> my parents will tell you i'm not the best savesaver. they think i shop a lot. i do look for a good bargain thanks to them and the values they gave me growing up. >> mr. and mrs. morales, we know you have raised a beautiful daughter, nye and out. it's such a pleasure to get to meet you. >> thank you very much. i also learned a lot from my own children. i love them and i --
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you're watching "today in the bay". >> good friday morning to you. it is 8:26. i'm laura garcia-cannon. the woman known as the chili finger lady will be in court facing new charges. police say she's accused of being an accessory to a felony in filing a false police report. her son shot himself in the ankle but police say she reported two men shot her son and gave a very big description of them. after investigating, police determined she made the whole thing up. you'll recall she spent four years in prison after lying
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about finding a human finger in her wendy's chili back in 2005. what is happening on the roadways this morning? let's check in with mike. >> good morning. it's friday, but we have light, in a relative term, through oakland. look at the traffic starting to build north of the coliseum. light here means a lighter volume overall an more compressed commute but still slow. 580 also slow coming off of the warren freeway. the metering lights are still on. south bay 101 and 87 starting to thin out. but over the last half hour a minor crash reported on the shoulder pass to 85. >> 8:27.
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8:30 now on this friday morning, the 22nd of february, 2013. and our friday field trip to miami rolls on. you are watch iing -- savannah
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guthrie with lie geist, al roker and natalie morales. >> look who we are sharing the stage with right now, flo rida. >> and another natalie, by the way. >> flo rida, i know you're not exactly used to doing this show at this hour, but fun to be out with your people in miami? >> definitely. >> what do you have in store for us this half hour? give us a little tease. >> flo rida will be burning this place down in a few minutes. we'll get to that in a second. >> also coming up, we've got fun ways to check out all the action in the water here in miami. and a special monday morning program planned for you. of course, the oscars happen sunday night. meredith is joining me, going to the oscars. we'll have the winners, the
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fashions, all the losers -- no, we won't have the losers. we don't care about them. we'll have the after parties as well. got it all covered for you "today" at the oscars, monday morning with meredith vieira, of course, starting at 7:00 am. >> a lot to get to this morning. let's get a check of the weather. as far as your weekend is concerned, we are going to be watching a storm system making its way up the midatlantic coast. we'll look at wet weather there. snow developing in new england. look for sunshine out in the southwest, on into southern california. big storm moves in to the rockies on sunday, sunday. we're looking at that snow that will eventually make its way back in the midwest. more snow for kansas and missouri as we get into the early part of next week. look for leftover snow in northern new england. plenty of sunshine continues in central and southern florida. that's what's goi happy friday, 8:32 taking a live look high atop san bruno mountain overlooking the bay where you can see for ten miles
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or better. no fog to report. a warm-up on the way. low 40s. we'll round tout day with temperatures near 67 degrees in fairfield. that means comfortable. 65 for gilroy, 63 in fremont, 63 degrees in san francisco holding strong in the 60s all weekend long. >> and that's your latest weather. >> all right, al. we have limbered up and ready to start the fine sport. >> founder and ceo of the pro footballe tour. >> footballe is a combination of beach volleyball and soccer. in brazil soccer players would bring -- when the cops would show up, they would run over to the volleyball court. we brought the sport over to the u.s. and we have amazing athletes.
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>> like soccer, no hands? >> no hands. >> head, feet, chest, everything else is okay? >> wow! >> there's no chance we could possibly do this. >> yeah. well -- >> you could use your feet? >> you can use your head. >> your head, shoulders. players smash it with their feet at the net. >> like a spike? >> like a spike. if you were acrobatic enough to crush it with your feet, that counts as two. >> is this catching on here? >> yeah. soccer players are playing. volleyball players that will leave their court and -- >> is it a coed sport? >> coed. it's like beach volleyball. we mix it up all the time. we have great athletes on the other side there as well. >> i'm not going to take my shirt off but that's exactly what i look like with my shirt off. >> are we going to give it a go? >> let's give it a chance.
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>> we need your help. somebody has to get in here. come on, savannah. >> oh, no. >> hurry up, guys. >> let's go. >> no hands, right? >> i play soccer. >> each one on -- >> okay. >> willie, nice to meet you, man. >> what am i doing? >> serve. >> use the body. >> any part of the body. >> all right, guys. who's serving? ? >> i'm going to do a little play by play here. >> okay. >> former volleyball player. >> watch this he's going like this. what's that? >> take your glasses off. >> fernando. goes over. >> good one, natalie. good one. >> first point of the day for team willie over there.
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>> team willie and savannah. >> team willie versus -- >> come on, al, we can do this. >> fernando on the far court serving. come on. >> come on, fernando. >> can you play on the net? >> we won. >> that's it? >> we're out of time. >> didn't get started yet. >> here comes willie. >> this is your ticket for the serve. >> we're out of time. >> let's see. >> whoa! game over. >> was that long? >> so long. >> i think we have the first three-pointer of the pro footba footballey. >> one more serve here. >> this is "today" on nbc.
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welcome back to "today's" field trip to miami. people love the question. kerry sanders, who lives here in miami, will tell us all about that. good to see you. >> it's great. you know, miami is all about the fun in the sun and getting wet in the water. surrounded by miles of ocean and the intercoastal waterway, miami is all about being in the water. >> off the water in a few more seconds. >> reporter: one of the best ways to take it all in is actually from above. >> there's no question when you get up here and you look around, every bit of miami-dade county is on the water.
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>> yes. that's what i say. we love the water. >> reporter: so many ways to get around. from luxury yachts, to speed boats, to jet skis. one of the most popular attractions this time of year is the miami boat show. and right over there, across bisca biscayne bay, that's miami. water plus wind means a more daring kind of fun. there's wind surfing and kite surfing. something i tried, but didn't get too far. >> it was a nice try. >> reporter: you can also enjoy a slower pace, with just a paddle and a board. some even do paddle board yoga. and one of the best water event
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sincere under the water. scuba diving or snorkeling. head west on a boat to the everglades. everglades is home to many rare species, including the american crocodile and the florida panther. and in parts of the national park, you might even glimpse a manatee. and that is life on the water in miami. and, of course, there are going to be some people in parts of this country who are digging out this morning who are going to hate me for this, but water temperature here, 73 degrees. >> oh, my gosh. say good-bye to the mike. kerry, have fun. we want to give a good thanks to
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those who have been showing us around all m
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>> announcer: the toyota concert series on "today" brought to you by toyota. welcome back to miami. he has wowed us out on our plaza in new york city a number of times. now, we're on his turf. without further ado, ladies and gentlemen, miami's own flo rida. ♪ hey i heard you were a wild one ♪ miami let me hear you ♪ if i took you home it would be a home run show me how you do ♪
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i want to shut down the club with you with you with you ♪ ♪ hey i heard you were a wild one wild one ♪ come on ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ stays right here private show i like 'em untamed don't tell me how pain tolerance bottoms up with the champagne my life call my homie then we hit spain do you busy with the bail
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we get insane ♪ ♪ hey i heard you were a wild one ooh if i took you home it'd be a home run show me how you do i wanna shut down the club with you with you with you hey i heard you like the wild ones wild ones ooh ♪ come on ♪ i am a wild one break me in saddle me up and let's begin i am a wild one tame me now running with wolves and i'm on the prowl ♪ ♪ show you another side of me a side you would never thought you would see tear up that body dominate you till you've had enough i hear you like the wild stuff ♪ ♪ hey i heard you were a wild one ooh
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hey i heard you like the wild ones wild ones ♪ >> flo rida, ladies and gentlemen. we'll have much more music from flo in a moment. first this is "today" on nbc.
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we are back now from sunny florida and we have been enjoying listening to flo rida. you've played everywhere but it must be nice to play to the home crowd. >> i'm here with all my fans who love me dearly. i'm happy to be here in miami. my hometown. love you, miami! >> this is a little early for miami, right? >> i don't think it's too early. got a ton of people out here who love the "today" show. it's a little late actually for some folks. >> you're right, it's a little late. >> flo rida, it must mean a lot to you, to be able to give back to this town the way you have, charity wise. >> big dreams for kids. it definitely has brought the florida youth football league, number one league for the first time. love and support and everyone who is supporting us. >> we tant to hear you sing some more.
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natalie and flow rida, take it aw away. >> everybody, i need you to clap your hands like this. come on. ♪ ♪ it's like woodstock city brand new billion
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and bark to the music sucker than a psychic my heartbeat aacoustic moves like hendrick walk to a fire then i flame it and kiss it go hard in my lambo strikes and visit to meeting the rain gotta roll with the vision vision of a good time all i wanna know when the party gona stop let the good times roll come on let's go you got another minute ♪ ♪ get the party on the roll ain't nothing like the feeling when you're winning in your soul ♪
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♪ come on baby let the good times roll come on baby let the good times roll ♪ ♪ come on baby let the good times roll ♪ ♪ come on baby let the good times roll p ♪ >> flo rida, letting the good times roll on a beautiful morning in south beach. more music in just a moment. >> what a show he puts on. but first a friday flashback. our look at the week that was here on "today." troubled star mindy mccready has died aft ed of a self infli wound. oscar pistorius. >> this man was a hero, superhero. now he's doing a perp walk. it's so hard to reconcile. triggering a massive fire in
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kansas city. an entire city block up in flames. >> how many people were hurt? where are they? who are they? what's their condition? a commuter bus colliding with a school bus all caught on tape. heavy snow and ice expected from new mexico to virginia. plumbers will they be honest and competent? >> i was watching you on hidden camera. >> i'm done. the michigan couple who won millions playing their late friend's favorite penny slot machine. >> i believe that my friend directed me right to that machine. montalvo gave birth, wait for it, to two sets of twins. 160 back flips in a car. my mom is up early in tucson, arizona. hi, mom. good morning. >> hi, savannah. now your shirt's untucked. can you tuck that in? we're out here too long,
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ale. >> it's never too long. is it true? do we talk too much? >> yes, we do. this would be great for marco rubio at those speeches. >> you still got him by the legs. >> oh, okay. joan rivers and melissa as well. you are so inappropriate. am i the first one to ever say that? >> thank you. yeah, like that. james monroe. >> jackson. >> you can't give two answers. >> what is that? >> we are, of course, here in miami. >> oh, no, no! >> yeah. let's get to work! you're watching "today in the bay." >> good morning, everybody. it is now 8:56. i'm jon kelley. let's get right to the forecast and check out your friday outlook with christina loren. >> we have a great looking weekend shaping up.
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a little haze over san jose but mostly blue skies over the greater bay area. it will warm up nicely today. a 30-degree jump to where we are headed. nice rebound. crisp p.m. sunshine this weekend. more cloud cover tomorrow morning and drop your temperatures a touch from today's highs. otherwise, we'll warm right back up for sunday. 65 livermore, 63 san jose, 63 in los gatos. getting into the weekend cooling for saturday, sunday warm you right back up. then the 70s return.
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♪ welcome to a very special edition of "today" on this friday morning, february 22nd, 2013. our friday field trip in florida. you can see a little salsa going on. it is a party by the pool here. those are the women of dance south florida. as they perform that red hot salsa. thank you. >> who doesn't like salsa when it looks like that?
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i'm willie geist along with -- savannah guthrie. >> paula deen, everyone. >> they taught me. >> let's see it. >> you go like this. and then you go down. >> sure you do. sure you do. >> i can't get down. >> and then you go to the side. >> yes, you do. >> oh! >> then you drop it like it's hot. >> if you smell anything, i got sprayed by a skunk! the party has stopped. >> paula. >> paula deen. >> they say they wouldn't spray me. >> did it get you? >> smell. >> no, no, i'm fine. thank you. as if she needed an introduction, paula deen. >> somebody says, this is bad. try this. >> am i crazy or does it smell like a skunk? that's a tease. we've got an animal segment. >> oh, i'm sorry. >> no, that's great. >> i didn't mean to -- >> tell us about the wine and food festival that brings you here every year. >> oh my gosh. you know, i heard last night,
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willie, that this function has raised over $17 million. >> yep. >> that's right. >> for these children wanting to go to school. and lee shrager, my hat is off to him. i don't see how he does it. >> he has extended it to new york. >> yes! new york, that's a whole different ball game. you know? here we're kind of all in one spot. but in new york, i mean, it's everywhere. i don't see how he does it. >> it's a huge boost to the economy, too. people -- tourism. people come this time of year just for this event. it's amazing. >> and everybody has been so excited about y'all being here. >> listen. >> we ate our way back and drank our way through. >> you and bobby hosted it last night. >> yes. we hosted the q. i feel like i've arrived. i can retire now. >> it's kind of like the all-star game for chefs like yourself. was it fun to get together and see everybody? >> yes. people think if we're all on the food network we're together all the time. but no, that's not true. we hardly ever get to see each other.
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>> there's no food network clubhouse? >> no, no. >> there should be. >> we're not at each other's house on christmas morning. and so i look forward to seeing all my cohorts and just buddying up. and catching up. i don't know if they do or not, savannah. i know i certainly don't. >> we were a little competitive. or at least i was. >> we had a good time. >> fourth place. not bad. >> i'm just a cook. i don't know how i got lucky enough to be here amongst all these chefs. >> there's a lot of food. there's also a lot of drink. our take one this morning -- >> how come you only have the -- >> well, i'll share. we've got one for everybody. >> okay. all right. >> here we go. >> this part of miami known for -- >> a virgin. mine's a virgin. >> we made you a virgin. >> made you a special one. >> the mixologists here created this special mojito and virgin for you as well, paula. >> kind of the "today" show
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colors. >> did you all know miami has a 24-hour liquor license? >> really? >> we joke about the people on the beach having had a few before the show -- >> seven days a week. >> and that was just us. >> now it's just us. >> so we didn't violate any state laws. >> good. what happens when they do go 24 hours? that leads us to our next take two, right? >> it does. our take two, you need the south beach hangover cure. okay? the party cycle kind of goes around the clock here. >> right. >> yes. >> it's called revive. south beach revive, board certified doctors actually got together to try to figure out how to cure the hangover. it's hydrating iv treatment. >> iv? >> iv with vitamin d. >> how much have you been drinking that you have to have an iv? what the heck? >> oxygen treatment. look at these people what they're going through to get rid of the hangover. >> you have to stop drinking before you do this. >> in true south beach style, vip style. upscale setting, massage chairs. music. >> really? >> they'll even come to you, right? >> anybody above the age of 18
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that passes a brief medical screening. >> wait a minute, 18, why? should be 21. >> i bet it's very brief, though. >> we should hope 21 because that's the age -- >> it's 18. >> let's hope you're not drinking illegally. >> any time there's a needle going into your arm, that's a sign from god that you're drinking too much! >> maybe dial it back the next time. >> it's very quick. you can go there and get straight to the bar. >> pop in right back to the bar, exactly. >> wow! >> the cycle. >> talk about problems. >> my niece did that one time. she had been out partying and drinking, and she's not a big drinker, but she felt so rotten the next morning. and it just so happened she was dating a doctor. >> oh, what did he do for her? >> he gave her the fluids and she said she felt like a new person. >> makes sense. >> because a hangover is partly due to dehydration, so i've heard. >> right. >> not that we're recommending this or anything. >> right. >> there's times i would like to have hooked michael up to one. >> your husband? >> my husband. >> all righty. well, paula, we'll get into
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therapy a little later. >> good times with paula deen. >> let's go to the take three. as you know, the oscars are coming up this weekend. on sunday we're having our miami beach party here today but it's a big holiday party -- >> no more mojitos for you. take another drink. >> here's what it is, hollywood party. >> check, please! >> let's make our predictions in a few different categories. we'll start with best picture. we split here. savannah, natalie and al all going with golden globe winner "argo." why do you like it? >> i like the saying that alan arkin has. >> what does he say? >> we can't say it on tv. >> paula, you and i like "silver linings playbook" a dark horse. >> i love bradley cooper. i love the fact, willie, that this is about a real family. >> yep. >> and real problems. >> uh-huh. >> and that they're being talked about because i think mental illness, it definitely has a
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stigma. and it comes with embarrassment and shame. so i thought it was great that it's being talked about. >> and it is getting a lot of buzz. there's a lot of buzz for david o. russell as best director. >> yes. >> that brings us to our directing category. savannah, natalie and al again stinking together, going with -- >> "lincoln." >> steven spielberg for the win. i think it could be ang lee for "the life of pi." just a beautiful movie. amazing piece of work. >> and hard movie to do visually. >> right. >> he pulls it off. unbelievable. >> and, paula, back to "silver linings playbook" for david o. russell for you. i'm starting to feel like you like this movie a little bit. >> i do. and did you all see bradley cooper in "the words"? >> no. >> he's on fire. >> he is. and he is so pretty. >> and there you go. >> as id say.
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>> so i take it you would like him for best actor? >> well, best anything. >> i'm going with you on that, by the way. >> because you're buds and you speak french. >> maybe a little lobbying for him. >> team savannah, natalie and al, daniel day lewis. >> "lincoln." >> he was lincoln. >> he's the favorite. he's the favorite. we would be surprised if he didn't win it. >> we're being predictions. >> not like we know anything. >> be in character throughout the whole production in itself deserves it. >> let's look at actress in a leading role. savannah and i both like jessica chastain in "zero dark thirty." you have an interesting choice, natalie, emmanuelle riva for "amore." >> which also getting a lot of buzz so possibly maybe she'll pull in a squeaker. >> okay. and al, which way did you go here? >> jennifer lawrence. >> i think she is probably the favorite in that category. >> "silver linings playbook" again. i would be happy with jennifer lawrence, too. i think she is adorable.
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>> this year for movies, it was so competitive. >> lot of good movies. i don't know. is she with bradley cooper again for best actress? >> you picked quvenzhane wallis. >> you know what? i was so tickled to see the oldest and the youngest. >> yes. >> that's an amazing category. >> what a range. what a range. >> "beasts of the southern wild," beautiful film, as well. >> she is darling. did i see her with you the other day, al? >> a couple of weeks ago. >> yeah, yeah. and she was too cute. >> thank you so much. are you sticking around? >> am i leaving? >> i thought you were telling me good-bye. >> never, never. >> not yet. >> we've got pictures of bradley cooper to show you. >> open invitation. you stay as long as you want. >> bradley cooper and virgin mojitos. >> while we drink these drinks, we'll send it back up to new york for a check of "today's" top stories with carl quintanilla. good morning. a judge in south africa granted bail to oscar pistorius.
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nbc's my shil kosinski is at the jailhouse. good morning. >> reporter: hi, carl. he sobbed. the body shaking as the ruling was read. you could say it's expected in many ways but the judge kept everyone guessing. in the two-hour ruling, criticized prosecutors saying some of the evidence is flawed but that doesn't mean they don't have a strong case. and then he hit pistorius saying he has problems with the account of what happened that night and if he felt so vulnerable, why did he rush in to danger with so many other opportunities available to him? ultimately ruling, though, that pistorius is not a flight risk or a doing tore the public and will be released on bail tonight. the judge upped the bail to about $112,000 with conditions. pistorius needs to surrender the passports, the guns, no drugs or alcohol, can't return to his home. he needs permission to leave his town and must check in with
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police twice a week. carl? >> michelle, thank you so much. the storm that dumped snow on the plains is moving east. more than 14 inches of snow smothered wichita, kansas, the other day. plows struggled to keep up as the snow came down at throw three inches an hour. one plane got stuck in snow at the wichita airport. kansas and missouri declared states of emergency. the storm should reach new england this weekend. deadly shootout in the heart of the las vegas strip. three people were killed and six others were injured on thursday morning in the shooting and a fiery crash that began outside the resort. officials are still seeking a black range rover fled the scene after allegedly opening fire on a maserati. and crashing in to a taxi. no new trial for drew peterson as a judge sentences him to 38 years in prison for the murder of his third wife kathleen savio. although virtually expressionless in the trial, peterson burst in to screams
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just before his sentence was read yelling, quote, i did not kill kathleen. the victim's sister shouted back, yes, you did, you liar. he may be charged in the disappearance of stacy peterson. figures show that the flu vaccine may not be very protected the age oup of the elderly. turns out the vaccine is only 9% effective in people 65 and over against the harsh flu strain this season. health officials still suggest that everyone over 6 months get the flu shot because some protection is better than none. and those who get vaccinated might get the flu but with less severe symptoms. a baby wallaby is recovering. the animal stood on the ledge of a multi-story parking ramp in australia for nearly two hours on thursday. officials were concerned if they startled it, it would jump. an animal control officer was able to hit wit a tranquilizer
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dart and move it to safer ground. and everyone makes beauty mistakes in the teenage years but not everyone posts them on youtube. this young girl filming a video of how to curl your hair might not be the best source of advice. my hair just burnt off. the mishap racked up more than 1.1 million views on youtube. but it grows back soon enough i think. it's 13 minutes past the hour. let's get back to natalie, willie and al who i think made their way down to the pool, guys. >> that's right. poolside here and speaking of -- >> thank you, carl. >> beachside right now, flo rida is signing autographs for his fans. >> a great guy. always throws a great concert and takes care of the fans. >> gives back a lot. we really appreciate it. joining us right now is matthew sherman.
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he's from a local -- >> juice in spanish. >> you go. juego fresh. tell us about the drinks you have here. >> miami is really traditionally all about partying. what we have here is something that really suits the revive and survive game. >> this isn't about putting in an iv. >> no. this is all 100% natural. we have our two-ounce shot which means get it out in spanish. and inside of these little shots we pack in ginger, lemon, lime, cayenne. >> just take it like this out of the bottle? >> it's really spicy but helps get your blood moving. right out of the bottle. then we have a chaser to make sure the spiciness of it doesn't hit you too hard with coconut oil. >> wow! >> that's good. >> you can chase it with some -- >> that's a lot of ginger. right up your alley, al. >> just in case it was too much for you, that's coconut water. >> that's good for you? >> i'm going to have another. >> what is it doing for us right now? >> cayenne gets your blood
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moving, release those headaches from last night and oregano oil, is one of the best forms of antibiotic, 100% natural. >> are you kidding me? >> al, slow down. >> al is a trouper, huh? >> keep going. good morning. 9:15. taking a live look high atop san bruno looking out towards daly city. no fog to report. beautiful out there today. temperatures a touch warmer as well. 67 fair would, 65 livermore, 63 san rafael. and tomorrow a little bit of a drop-off but not too bad. sunday is better for your outdoor plans. the 70s return as we head through the midsection of next week. hope have you a fantastic weekend. >> willie wants to know if you
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can use this for some other -- >> i wondered if there's a reason beyond the hangover. >> that's invented as an immunity boost. i came up with it on a plane on vegas and there's a guy next to me super sick. >> i don't know if i want to hear this. >> okay. coming up, we'll explore some of the wild animals in this area. >> that's right. right after this. to fight chronic osteoarthritis pain. to fight chronic low back pain. to take action. to take the next step. today, you will know you did something for your pain. cymbalta can help. cymbalta is a pain reliever fda-approved to manage chronic musculoskeletal pain. one non-narcotic pill a day, every day, can help reduce this pain. tell your doctor right away if your mood worsens, you have unusual changes in mood or behavior or thoughts of suicide. anti-depressants can increase these in children, teens, and young adults. cymbalta is not for children under 18. people taking maois, linezolid or thioridazine or with
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if other body washes can strip this paper, imagine how harsh they can be to your skin. oh my gosh. [ female announcer ] new dove is different. its new breakthrough formula changes everything with the blend of gentle cleansers and nourishing nutrium moisture. so what do you think now? definitely switching to dove. [ female announcer ] this is new. this is different. this is care. welcome back to miami beach. we have the world's best wildlife right here in miami, florida. from zoo miami, ron, good to see you. >> good to see you. >> this is a king vulture, right? >> vultures get a bad rap. this is, by far, the most beautiful. tropical america, central america. they're always burying their head into things so you don't get it dirty, no hair.
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botchlism, cholera, a big form of defense in preventing the spread of those diseases. they play a very important role. when they open their wings, see? let's move on to the skunk. >> i've never seen skunk like this. >> very different-looking skunk. >> where is he? >> this guy here. >> paula deen. >> so cute. >> you want to hold him? >> he does smell a little bit. >> ten different types of skunks in the world. what they do, they stomp their feet but have two little glands under their tail. if you see a skunk coming up to you and he lifts his tail, get out of the way. it won't hurt you if it gets on your skin, but it's so strong you have to wait for the skin to die off. the most expensive perfumes in the world use the musk from skunks to keep their scent lingering. >> really? >> yeah. they eat almost anything in the world. >> where do you find these guys? >> throughout north america. this is the striped skunk.
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>> what is this? >> this is a padegonian -- exactly. so many think it's a kangaroo or jackelope. it's one of the world's largest rodents. they're monogamous. they mate for life. they give birth in a commune and all the females take care of the babies. >> this is the eagle owl? people think they're smart but paerm they're not all that smart. i'm sorry. >> it's a myth. their eyes are so big, it takes so much space in their skull they have a very small brain. ♪ i wanna singa >> special feathers on their wings. you don't hear them.
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the day on sunday afternoon in a secluded spot near the upper quarry ampitheater. police released a sketch of the suspect this week. people are at risk for identity theft after thieves told private information from a mercedes-benz dealership. it included social security numbers, credit card numbers and driver's license numbers, the information all stolen from a locked office at the dealership on parkside drive between february 7th and 8th.
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welcome back. and welcome to friday. i'm meteorologist christina loren taking a live look over sunol. you can see crystal clear conditions. our hill's a little greener thanks to the recent rainfall. we're actually in really good shape for the weekend. temperatures will climb from the mid-40s, low 50s right now into the upper 50s and low 60s by noon then round out about 65 in livermore, 63 fremont, 63 in san
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rafael. getting into the all-important weekend, temperatures will be better off sunday than saturday. you'll get more sunshine on sunday as well. better for your outdoor plans. monday to tuesday, starting that warm-up. let's check your drive. good morning, mike. >> look at this. the report from chp talks about a crash 101 at university. our live camera right there shows a little more detail. car on the northbound side that's over on the right. it crept up on to the center divide almost on to the southbound side. that's why we have slowing in both directions. there it is just around willow. as folks are getting on to and off of that dunnbar bridge. all the way up to the dunbarton bridge, but past the university you're okay. and there's the bay bridge, laura, back to you. >> there it is. another local news update for you in half an hour or so. get a chance to enjoy your friday.
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7:30 now on this friday morning, the 22nd of february, we were thinking, what is a fun spot we could go? miami beach was a perfect place. it is delivering. we have a wonderful crowd up early, especially for miami, because they stay up late here. in a few moments flo ri da getting ready for a live concert on the beach, great way to wrap up the week.
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i'm savannah guthrie and willie in for matt and al and natalie. >> i'm in favor of having a friday field trip to miami every friday. what do you think of that? that would be perfect. we had work to do here last night. savannah and i. we were sous chefs for al, as he kicked off the miami and wine and food festival, doing barbecue going toe to toe with the big guys. al did fairly well, thanks to help from us. >> that's right. >> al, really? >> well, you know -- >> did they help? >> yeah, they did. yeah, they did. >> we helped. >> but it this way, the judges had a good time. >> it was unconventional help, put it that way. >> we had no influence on the judges whatsoever. >> also this morning, what has 30 bedrooms, 10 kitchens, three pools and a roller rink? it's not miami's hottest resort. it's a private home being built right here in florida. we'll take you inside that place. >> wow. >> pretty exciting.
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we want to remind you on monday, a "today" exclusive. matt sits down with gold medal skier, lindsey vonn, her first interview since that terrifying crash, likely season-ending injury, major surgery. how is she feeling? will she be ready for sochi in 2014? you're going to hear from lindsey monday only on "today." we will begin this half hour with what could be a historic evening at the oscars on sunday. jason kennedy is camped out on the red carpet this morning and has this preview. >> reporter: the oscars are almost here. and this year, a bit of an edge with seth mcfarlane, off-color mind behind "family guy" hosting. >> there's a fine line he's hoping to hit between pushing the envelope, but not going too far. >> reporter: and the movies. >> if there is a theme to this year's oscars it's american movies reclaiming the awards. >> reporter: "lincoln" is the most nominated with 12 nods but "argo" seems to have the momentum in the best picture
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category. >> i'm asking you to trust me. >> reporter: it's an awards show noteworthy this year for as much as who's out as who's in. 9:32 taking a live look at a crystal clear sky over san jose. this goes for the bay area. it will just be a spectacular finish for the week. we'll get to that rain so you deserve it. 63 in fremont today, right around 67 in fairfield. oakland and san francisco also touching up on the low 60s. it will be warmer than average today. we'll be warmer than average all weekend long, then monday to tuesday, the climb really sets in, 7 0 on the way for thursday of next week. >> and that's your latest weather. >> all right. coming up next, a look at the fashions of miami. then another song from the lens-cracking flo rida after this. a model of healthy habits.
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this morning on "today's" style, sizzling styles, from electric blogga rella. ladies, good morning. >> good morning. >> you all have your own definitions of miami style as we'll see on the models. annie, what is your idea of what epitomizes miami? >> it's all about color. we love fun accessories. we love a little bit of boho chic glam and, of course, some bling to go with it. >> all right. let's bring out your model. this is miami style on the beach look. this is jackie, along with little mia, modeling this one. tell me what jackie is modeling and we'll get to beautiful mia. >> a one full-piece from i love this look. it looks great on all skin types. it makes you look very slim.
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>> ruching on the body. >> yes it makes you look a size smaller. bre and from old navy, with a little bit of bling on it. >> what about little mia here? >> she is wearing. >> her sunglasses. >> so cute those heart-shaped sunglasses from claire's boutique. her tankini is from old navy. i love the ruffles because it accentuates the waist and looks adorable. >> she knows how to model already. she's a pro. thank you, jackie and mia. next, ginger harris, electric blog bloggarella. you like the boho chic. this, we're seeing on model marcella. >> from marona larieux.
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we paired it with jewelry. we also did a ring. to give it the chic angle we paired it with metallic accessories like the vintage bag as well as the mia suit. >> mom and daughter are matching. >> yes. sienna has on ramona larieux as well. >> the maxi dress is still in? >> it works for all body types. >> thank you, ladies. our last fashion blogger is maria -- nice job, sienna. your category is miami style night life. we know it's all about the night life here, right? >> absolutely. >> tell us what your model is wearing. >> the look here is we love color, we love minimalist cut and love to show some skin and we love easy and breezy because it's hot here all the time. she's wearing miami-based
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designer alexis, part of her spring collection available in bloomingdale stores nationwide. we added some va-va-voom. we have some forever 21 hoops and choker, some lola james jewelry bracelets available at and local designer collins around the neck. >> i love that you all profile some key miami designers here as well. it is a big fashion scene here. ladies, thank you so much for your great work. coming up next, paula and bobby deen cooking for us on the light side after this. copd makes it hard to breathe, but with advair, i'm breathing better. so now i can be in the scene. advair is clinically proven to help significantly improve lung function. unlike most copd medications, advair contains both an anti-inflammatory
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with the blend of gentle cleansers and nourishing nutrium moisture. so what do you think now? definitely switching to dove. [ female announcer ] this is new. this is different. this is care. >> announcer: "today's" kitchen is brought to you by ritz. open for fun. this morning in "today's" kitchen, what's for dinner? how about some buffalo chicken bites? here in miami you don't have a party until you invite the deens. paula and bobby are here. of course, paula, what are you eating? having a little ice, okay. >> it is so hot! >> you have to stay hydrated.
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you guys, part of this south beach food and wine -- wine and food festival for years now. >> yes. $17 million donated to the children's program. >> it is fabulous. education, y'all. elise yagers is the bomb. the food and wine goes to feed the hungry. this is for education. both of those are so necessary. >> you both look terrific. you both lost weight. >> look at you. >> no, look at you. >> hot, hot, hot. >> buffalo chicken wings. you have these buffalo chicken bite. re making chicken balls, honey. >> they're called chicken bites, paula, but -- >> they look like chicken balls to me. >> set your watches. that's where it all went wrong. how do you get this thing going? >> great for parties. good hors d'oeuvres for the
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oscars. >> yes, yes. >> super bowl party. >> super bowl party. >> this is super light. >> yes. >> lean, ground white chicken. >> it's ground, uh-huh. >> you want me to start mix iin this, son, while you're telling them? >> please feel free. >> somebody do something, please. >> all right, all right. low-fat mayonnaise. >> all right. i won't do nothing. >> do it, do it, do it. >> let me tell everybody about this recipe, bobby. >> do it. >> you can find this and other recipes on diabetes in a new light on our website. we are take iing more fattening recipes and breaking them down. we're breaking them down and we're making them more diabetic friendly or if you're just watching your weight, we're making it light. >> the chicken bites we've got -- >> shallots, hot sauce. >> to abasco.
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>> garlic. >> fiber, vegetables. >> yes. >> little something -- >> i'm just going to do this. >> mash it all up? >> you may as well. >> make it into these little balls? >> uh-huh. you finally realized what it is. >> if you can't beat them, join them. >> just throw those out there. >> wait, where am i going to put my balls? >> back in the bowl. >> yeah, okay. >> i know, right? >> and what do we have for dessert, paula? >> we've got a berry crumble. >> something very light. and the topping is not completely over there. >> right. >> you have little dollops of it. >> i know you know what i'm talking about when i say it's really about moderation. >> yes. >> that's what bobby is teaching. >> it's about making good choices. be careful which one you choose here. stek to the left side. >> you have to remember, your mom has been touching that
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skumpg. you have washed your hands, haven't you? >> that skunk had been defumed or whatever they call it. >> skunk? >> i was petting a skunk. >> i was wondering. >> and there you have it, ladies and gentlemen. paula and bobby deen. thank you, guys. go to for the recipe. another song from flo rida. first this is "today" on nbc.
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>> announcer: the toyota concert series on "today" is brought to you by toyota. >> we are wrapping up our time in miami, we're sad to say. big thank you to miami beach. great host. >> wonderful host. great that all the fans showed up here in miami. we appreciate everybody stopping by. thanks, guys. it was a great show. we had a fun time. >> weather was terrific and everybody was spectacular. >> and all the friends at the
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wine and food festival as well. it will be a good weekend here. we couldn't get out of town, though, without one more song from flo rida. here he is with "i cry". ♪ i know caught up in the middle i cry just a little when i think of letting go oh, no gave up on the riddle i cry just a little when i think of letting go ♪ ♪ i know you wanna get behind the wheel but only one rida eyes shut still got me swimming like a diver can't let go i got fans in okinawa my heart to japan quake losers and survivors norway no you didn't get my flowers no way to say it better but the killer was a coward face just showered the minute in an hour heard about the news all day
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went sour. bitter moments got me feeling like a lemon here put you in the box just a poisonous cigarette send my regards or regardless i get arrested ♪ i know caught in the middle i cry just a little when i think of letting go ♪ ♪ oh, no gave up on the riddle i cry just a little when i think of letting go ♪ ♪ i know caught in the middle i cry just a little when i think of letting go ♪ ♪ oh, no gave up on the riddle i cry just a little when i think of letting go ♪ ♪ champagne buckets still got two tears in it i put that on my tattoo of jimi hendrix get depressed leather outfit all in it cause the press tell it all get a metal ticket clean next get in the car just a little visit sacrifice just to make a hit still vivid ♪ ♪ i know
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caught up in the middle i cry just a little when i think of letting go ♪ ♪ oh, no gave up on the riddle i cry just a little when i think of letting go ♪ ♪ go go go ♪ i know caught in the middle i cry just a little when i think of letting go ♪ ♪ oh, no gave up on the riddle i cry just a little when i think of letting go ♪ ♪ when i need a healing zblmplths i just look up to the ceiling i see the sun coming down i know it's all better now ♪ ♪ when i need a healing i just look up to the ceiling i see the sun coming down i know it's all better now ♪ ♪ when i need a healing i just look up to the ceiling i see the sun coming down i know it's all better now ♪ ♪ when i need a healing i just look up to the ceiling i see the sun coming down
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i know it's all better now ♪ ♪ i know i know i know i know i i i zblmplths i think of letting go go go go ♪ ♪ i know caught up in the middle i cry just a little when i think of letting go ♪ ♪ oh, no gave up on the riddle i cry just a little when i think of letting go ♪ ♪ i know caught up in the middle i cry just a little when i think of letting go ♪ ♪ oh, no gave up on the riddle i cry just a little when i think of letting go ♪ miami i love you!
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you're watching "today in the bay." >> it is 9:56 now.
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good morning, i'm marla tellez. first it was parking meters, now ferry ticketses. giants fans headed to at&t park may soon have to pay more to get to at&t park. a new proposal would charge fans who take the larkspur ferry to games $11 one way. that is up one dollar from last year's one-way fare. there will be a public hearing on that issue march 7th. this weekend the bay area safety organization is spearheading a gun buy-back event on the peninsula. the group protect our children will team up with police to let people trade guns for money, no questions asked. it's happening tomorrow at east palo alto city hall from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 in the afternoon. those always seem to be popular. let's get a look at the weekend forecast with meteorologist christina loren. >> hey, thanks, marla. yeah, a good looking day shaping up. cold start will lead to a nice rebound in temperatures jumping 25 to 30 degrees on average. crisp p.m. sunshine on the way similar to what we experienced
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yesterday. getting into the weekend we've got a slight chance for a stray shower up in north bay tomorrow moorning, very slight. 9:00 a.m. that window closes. 63 in santa teresa. the big weather story is where we're headed next week, back to 70s. spring-like conditions a little bit early. check on that drive. >> good morning, things just got oolgt better over here as well. two minutes ago i saw a -- well, a truck ha was just stopped here and helping the vehicle that was crashed into the is there divide cleared from 101. that's better news now. wow, jaus couple of minutes and things are really movie ining smoothly past willow. spectators at the center divide for 45 minutes. finally getting clearing up to highway 84 and marsh. north 87 at kirner, there's a dog running around just north of there as well. >> uh-oh, i hope fido makes his way home. we'll be back in 30 minutes.
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. from nbc news this is a special edition of "today" with california girls kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb from universal city walk at universal studios, hollywood. ♪ >> hey. hi. >> well, well, well.
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>> oh, my gosh. what a party it is. >> hi, everybody. thank you. it's our last day in l.a. >> how is it possible? >> oh, hoda, it went too fast. it went too fast, my darling. how are you all? >> this dress -- >> my dress is way too short. i want to apologize.
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>> it's not age appropriate. >> we had a fun, fun, fun two weeks. the l.a. tourism board has been off the hook terrific to us, and the folks here at universal city walk has been great too. we want to thank everybody. >> there's a reason wech a marriachi band. there's a reason. it's national margarita day. of course, it is. so we have a margarita. >> these are -- hoda, i think yours -- these are our personalities. >> what? >> one of them is sweet, and one is a little saucy. >> yours is a jalapeno margarita because you're spicy. yep. >> and mine is a la pinella margarita because i'm sweet. >> i think they got them mixed up. >> i don't think so. anyway, the mariacchi band is from la monta cantina.
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>> you know a guy named tom la blanch. give it up for tom. >> they've been there faux. they're a special family. let's hear it for them. >> this is from the modern day and -- it's the greatest. let's hear it for the monastery. >> god bless. god bless them. >> especially here a certificate of welcome, hoda, right there.
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kathie lee from the city council. our assistant city -- >> i can't take all the swag. >> go to discoverlos and the tourism board. >> you got a star there every day. >> you rock, tom. >> we love you and appreciate you coming, but wouldn't this have been a nice birthday. not like -- >> it's a kickoff. >> no, no. you got to come back. we love you. we love you. let's hear it for these two great people and their crew. discover >>. >> i'm going to thank the academy. >> we have a couple of special guests. do you like lmfao? you know the song?
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"i'm sexy and i know it." well, the brains behind it is going to be with us today. red foo is in the house. red foo is back there. he has the signature glasses, the signature lid. >> you whan i love, he brought his mother. >> red foo has a mother, and he loves her, and she is here. >> where are you red foo mama? >> oh, yeah. >> mother foo. mama foo. >> you guys, every friday you do a friday funny. >> usually. >> we thought it would be funnier if it wasn't kathie lee doing it, so we decided to bring a special guest to do it. >> an expert. >> john lubbock. >> john has his own little puppy there. >> what you got, baby, for us? >> who is this? >> this is my dog. he is a rescue. he is a tea cup great dane.
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>> how long have you had him, john? >> almost a year. >> tell us juror joke. >> oh. >> well, he has his own comedy club right here. >> i know, but -- >> a comedy club at the other end on universal city rock. it's above johnny rockets. the it's a great club. >> you perform there obviously. >> yeah, and there. >> what's the joke? >> hoda. >> a couple in -- you ready? >> ready. >> okay. a couple in their 60s wake up in the morning, and the wife is looking at herself in the mirror completely nude. she says look at me i'm fat and ugly. give me a compliment. your eyes are perfect. >> i have more, but i can't tell
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them on the air. >> we should point out, john is a very good tennis player. i do this chris everett charity event. >> oh, yeah. you played it. >> he is a rock star, as is red foo who played the junior circuit. the guy from lmfao. >> he really -- he was on the juniors. >> john, we're going to bring up our good friend bobbie thomas. >> b.t. >> bobbie thomas. >> hi, bobbie. thanks for coming to the show. >> well, the oscars are this weekend. i know you're getting ready, you know, prepping all your stuff. >> that's for "lincoln." >> okay. >> daniel day lewis was sick that day. >> i have some fun stuff to help he u get red carpet ready. if you want to turn your bangs bang go is a great way -- >> it's a clip that gives you a dvd. this weird clampy too that does hold your bangs in place. something i know you'll love. you can snip away. you may like this next one
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better. this is my favorite way to fwet in shape. get fit from bed. >> oh, yeah. >> this is actually, believe it or not, a book that will help you get in shape and exercise from bed. >> fat lady. >> like me. >> and if your bling isn't real or if it is and you might get that funky black mark like when your big gold chain moves, this is jewelry -- this is jewelry seal that's great if you are allergic to any alloys and metals. last but not least this is an awesome invention by crystal powder. these are called paw palates. you can have hands-free when you are putting your make-up on. you can blend the perfect concealer. i can just tap the excess. >> my dog would like that. >> i love this. it's inspired by you. i want to point out that one of our viewers sitting in the audience, michelle, gave me -- if you hold your wrist up, this is a really cool way to kind of -- it's an id holder and a
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bracelet combined. it's a cool cuff. >> oh. >> i am going to put her information on-line too. thank you. >> cool. >> now you're red carpet ready, right? >> thank you, bobbie. we love you, bobbie. >> we're going to pick our most creative sign. let us see your sign. t the. >> it's slim pickins today. you are as exhausted as we are. shout it out, please, to my sister courtney. okay. >> over here. >> yeah. he has -- keep it coming. keep it coming. >> should we go with california dreaming. sn. >> thief tried three days in a row. >> i think it might be time for california dreamin. >> where is our monkey lady who
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has been here the entire two weeks? she gets an award. >> she gets an award too. you can have my -- no. no. >> give her the bread. >> thank you. >> you have been here the entire two weeks here in los angeles. >> yeah, sure. >> thank you. thank you, guys. >> thanks. >> all right. we have a big show, you guys. lmfao is with us. we're going to dance right after this. ♪ haircolor is prolledpe into a new era. garnier invents olia... pure... luminous... our first ammonia-free permanent haircolor, poweby oreil.d a major technological breakthrough. oil can do more than condition hair... olia propels color deep inside the hair. maximum color performance. visibly improves and restores hair.
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>> to his style and his beat -- catchy beat, fwramy nominated red foo is sexy and he knows it. >> it's time to teach us some of your famous dance moves. >> yeah. >> hope you're ready. >> berry gordy is your dad sdwloosh yeah. >> the legendary barry gordy gloosh we call him dad foo. >> and mama foo is here today. >> that's right. >> dad foo has a big show coming up on broadway courtesy of our friend doug morris called "motown the musical wroish "we'll see you at that opening. >> the grammys must have been a thrill for you guys. how was that? >> it was amazing because it was
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our second nomination, and we went out there, and then i hooked up with jay leno. >> of course, you did. you were on the carpet. >> yeah. >> you did not hook up with jay leno. >> i didn't hook up with him -- >> use that word lightly. >> i corresponded. >> there you go. >> for him. >> now we understand. >> yeah. >> how was that working the red carpet for him? >> the red carpet? it was amazing. sometimes i couldn't get the celebrities' attention. >> how? >> i know. see? >> and you know it. >> and i know it. but they didn't know it. all i had to say is i'm working for jay, and then they would -- they love jay. >> can i ask you a question. i'm so into your hair right now. i just need to touch it. i have the same hair when i -- when was the last time that you cut it? >> i like that. >> when did you cut it? >> i cut it last -- probably, like, 16 years ago. haven't cut my hair. >> look how long it goes when you pull it. >> yeah. >> how come it's not out to here
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if it's 16 years? >> because it breaks off. >> i like it. sfwr >> in the bed when i roll around and stuff -- >> i have hair like that, but i put keratin in it and a pound of gel. >> look at this image, hoda woman. >> how come you're taking a break you and your partner? >> i hear there are problems. >> no, no, no, no. >> that's the word on the street. >> word on the street -- you know, you can't trust everything that's on the street. >> no kidding. >> it's just that we are two strong individuals. two strong champions. >> but you're the uncle, and he is the nephew. >> yeah. >> you have jurisdiction, i think. >> you know, but then when the nephew gets older and bigger, you know, and stronger messing with ufc, you know, saying hey. he can make his own decisions now. >> how old is he? >> he is 26. >> he doesn't even have his
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frontal lobe yet. >> will you show us some of your dance moves? i know there's a signature move. >> you and your fashion icon self. >> i got a couple of moves. i got a couple of moves. i got -- you know, the shuffle. right? it's like the charleston. >> the charleston? >> yeah. >> put your hands out. yeah. yeah. ♪ sexy and i know it >> what else? >> then we got the wiggle. wiggle, wiggle, wiggle, wiggle yeah. yeah. ♪ and i know it >> then i have a new one. the new one is i'll award you my body. it's just this. >> and then you. >> yeah, baby. >> careful. edge of the stage.
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♪ i'm sex where i and i know it ♪ >> oh, yeah. >> that's the groove. >> only three moves you've got to have? show the last one. we have another minute. >> okay. we fwot to do -- they call this the turn around bootie pop. >> i like it already. >> you go and you just pop it like this and you look. >> oh, yeah. we're going to be back, you guys, right after this. [ male announcer ] release a devastating avalanche of taste on your tongue.
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>> red foo is never going home. he is staying with us. three, two, one live with sara haynes. >> she has a few questions that will just blow our minds. >> oh, we do. okay. first up we have katie. >> hi, katie. >> hi, katie. >> i was wondering what is your guys' favorite thing about california? >> can i tell you what my favorite thing about california is? right here right now this sunshine. this sunshine in february. this sunshine. >> you keep reminding yourself you're in the dead of winter here. mine is that exactly all for the fact that my children are out here. you want to be where your kids are. >> okay. next up we've got julie, and she's going to ask something about your earliest drink. i can only wonder if it's age or team of day. either one will be interesting. >> time of day. what's the earliest in the
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morning that you drink? >> that is very personal. >> sorry. we got you a drink. >> okay. now it's -- >> our earliest is 10:00. that's when our show starts. we don't have our first show until the show begins. >> well, stimsz we're on the earlier hours xshgs they have wine tastings and things, but that's not our fault. that's just our job. >> we are doing what we're told to do. >> and born to do. >> thank you. >> he might have a question for the ladies. here we go. do it, redfoo. >> who is the better dancer when nobody is watching? >> oh. >> oh. >> who has had the most practice because she's older? >> let's have a vote. okay. and go. >> who thinks hoda is a better
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dancer? [ cheering ] >> is that it? >> i leave my best moves for certain people. >> redfoo. >> really, kathie, that will be in our next segment. come on up here, michael. here you go. >> as an avid runner, i would like to know, hoda, have you had a chance to take advantage of our beautiful california sun and get out and run? >> you know what, i haven't been able to run outside yet because of our hours. tlooef been so crazy. when we were in santa monica and i was looking at that beautiful area right along the beach all i wanted to do was run, but we were working so i wasn't able to. hopefully in the next couple of days. >> we're going to stay a few extra days and run off all those -- >> i have eaten like a hog since i have gotten here. >> because of curtis. >> we can't help it. >> we are about to be back. we'll tell you how to get a sun-kissed california tan
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it's 10:26. i'm marla tellez. a woman who notoriouscally claim shed found a finger in a bowl of wendy's chili is back in court today accused of lying to police. anna ayala is accused of coming up with an elaborate story after her son shot himself in the ankle at their home. she gave police names of two men who she initially said had shot her son for no apparent reason. she later admitted to making it up because her son is a convicted burglar who is not allowed to have a gun. [ crickets chirping ]
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the time now 10:28. happy friday, everybody. taking a live look at san jose. what a beautiful way to start the weekend. temperatures will be comfortable mostly in the 60s. 65 for livermore, 63 san jose, 63 in los gatos. your full weekend forecast just a half hour away. >> much more smooth traffic here at palo alto. much more smoothly moving, i should say. still a slowdown at the area up out of mountain view and into palo alto, but by the time you goat university both have cleared. just the typical slowdown remains. service street bay shore road, that's cleared from the early morning deadly accident. a car crashed into a fire hydrant at 2:00 in the morning. the investigation going on has cleared. we do have a new crash now west
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238 just at west 580 at the castro valley y. it is causing some backup although they're moving it quickly to the shoulder. you can't help the slowdown through that area. >> thank you so much. we'll have more of the day's top stories coming up in just about 30 minutes. jon kelley and i hope to see you at 11:00. >> and we are back, hoda woman, on this try day friday. our very last day here. >> oh, wah, wah. >> southern california universal city walk. >> bravo's competition series called "top chef masters" is in its fifth season here in l.a. while the list of chefs is still on the -- who can get info out of curtis stone? >> our good friend curtis took me under his wing and had me taste things that never in a million years, hoda, would i
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have put in my mouth. >> you'll put a lot in there. >> stop it. you know what, i learned a thing or two. i have to admit. >> kathie lee. >> hello, curtis. hello, darling. >> i'm so glad you came to see me at work. >> usually you come to see us, and we put you to work. >> who knew i would find you at the bar? ♪ >> i got to be honest, i don't get this. i don't know what's going on. i know there's a huge, huge cult following out there for this. what is it that appeals so much to people? >> top chef masters, when you take people that are at the peak of their career, they're cooking the best food in the country xshgs we throw them into this crazy competition and make them fight it out. they have two hours, 200 people, and we take them out and taste these incredible dishes. you're going to eat with us tonight. you have an incredible palate. >> i love everything you cook.
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>> 24 hours ago there was absolutely nothing here. ♪ >> to watch how they turn southern fried chicken into a chicken dumping with a miso soup, it's unbelievable. >> everybody will get a little taste of it, huh? >> they better, or the chefs aren't doing their job. >> are you excited about the food you're going to eat snoept. >> so excited. >> you're salivating? >> yeah. >> you lovely ladies could be out clubbing in los angeles, but, no, you're here in a pop-up place in downtown los angeles for "top chef masters." why, you guys? >> it's fun. >> it's fun. a wednesday night? like, why not? >> it's never judged. it's on the plate. >> it takes that head and alters
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the direction. >> where do people get the idea that certain food critics are snobs about food? >> we're not. >> no, that's what i'm saying. i'm hanging out with you guys, and i haven't met a snob yet. where does that come from? >> wait until we start eating. >> we're not snobs. we're picky. there's a huge, huge difference. >> i think we're discerning. >> you haven't eaten the eyeballs yet. >> have the nub at the end. you don't have it eat the eyeball part of it. >> look. look. look. >> see, it's delicious, right? it's completely delicious. >> no, it's delicious. >> it's delicious. >> somebody cleaned their plate. >> oh, my gosh. >> so you are looking forward to eating more interesting things. >> i'm going to keep my eye out. >> you guys are almost like trekkies, right? that's what you seem like to me. weir every we're at a trekky convention here. >> i have to taste some of those
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dumplings. >> it's delicious. >> i don't think i'll ever eat a shrimp head again with the eyes and all that. never going to order chicken feet. i know that. i'm a better person because i came here to downtown los angeles because i tasted something new in life, because i went out of my comfort zone, but i still wouldn't go to eat the heart. sfwroo and while you have to wait a few more months for "top chef masters" you can catch the finale for top chef seattle -- we see you, john. that would be wednesday on bravo. >> coming up after this, a little more john levitt, maybe, but we're going to talk about spray tans. what is john doing everywhere? >> hi, john. ♪ na na na na na na na na na ♪ ♪ i woke up to a feeling ♪ every little thing has meaning ♪ ♪ i woke up to a light bulb on
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♪ >> we've been in l.a. for a number of days, and -- >> in this case fake issing a good thing. here to show you how to get a gorgeous glow is jenny blaze frer sunkissed by jenny. >> hello, jenny. >> jenny, if that's your real name. >> is it true that people look thinner with a tan? >> yes. completely. 100%. more defined. kind of slimlines your legs. >> you have to be worried about the orange? a lot of people who have those tans look orangey. >> doesn't matter how thin you are. if you are orange, it's weird. >> you do not need a lot. less is more. >> let's fix jesse up. here's jesse's before picture. >> he didn't need much. >> now, tell us what's wrong with jesse. >> nothing. >> nothing. exactly. >> all right. show us what you are going to do now, jenny, to jesse's abs. >> we are going to contour his abs. just make them pop out. >> contour.
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>> a little more defined. right here. >> i just want -- >> you can touch them if you like. i'm kidding. >> yeah. you're right. >> that looks so much -- wow. look. you guys see the difference? >> yeah. >> i know, but if i touch him, it will -- >> it will dry. >> dry first. >> you can make it darker if you want. >> that only works if you have abs to begin with. >> you are doing runway, right? >> well, i mean, i could draw them on even if you didn't have them, but it looks better -- >> he looks great. >> it's fun. >> this is something you can do at home, isn't it, jenny? >> you could buy the machine and do it yourself at home, but it's too difficult. >> let's look at sara's before. sara looks adorable no matter what.
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sara's before picture. >> now, what did you do to sara? you sprayed her? >> so i sprayed her. just evened out everything. we just can do a little contouring as well. >> to the black tent. >> and you don't want to go too much. you just kind of want to streamline right here. >> right where it is natural. >> go deep. go deep. sfroo feel the burn. >> like that. >> also -- >> sara has very, very impressive cleavage. >> how long does this last, jenny, when you spray one of these on? >> anywhere from five to ten days. >> so you can shower and everything and it doesn't come off? >> yu. eight hours, you spray. eight hours, and are you good to go. snoo how much does it run if you went to your shop? >> you can do in salon or house calls. $60 in salon. it ranges. anywhere from $50 to $75. $100 and $200 in house. >> what do you do for this? spray it.
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>> nothing for -- >> you can just do a color darker here. >> do it. do it. as we go out. >> get under there. >> oh, yeah. how is that. oh. that looks good. you don't even need it. i didn't know you had that muscle. oh, my god. >> kathie. two trips to the gun show. hey. >> thanks, jenny, so much. >> coming up next oscar predictions right after this. [ female announcer ] start simple. ♪ start right. ♪ kellogg's simple grains cereals take you from seed... ♪ spoon. with just a few ingredients. ♪ kellogg's raisin bran, corn flakes
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>> while movie critics are trying to pick the big winning movies for the oscars, the fashionista are all about the glamour. >> fashion designer kevin hall has styled everyone from tina faye to katherine heigle, and he is here to tell us what we're
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going to be wanting when we see it. the beg day is coming up. >> oscar. that's the big one. that's the holy grail. >> do you think there will be a lot of color, a lot of black, a lot of skin? >> all of that. >> you are going to see beautiful shades of red, emerald green, bare backs, and there's a lot of trends that will be happening oscar night. >> there are certain celebs who always take risks. we're used to seeing them on the red carpet. >> gjennifer lopez. the versace thing. really fantastic. >> there was a lot on there. >> she took a risk, and that moved her forward in terms of the fashion people looking at her. exactly. >> let's bring out our first model. this is gina. she's wearing metallic. do you think this is going to be popular? >> the metallic. this background with metallic. it's all geometric cut, and this is a david -- >> we love david. >> he does great things. >> a great back.
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you look good going and coming. >> that's the thing. you can't just be seen from the front. >> you'll be walking away. >> and everybody -- >> old hollywood. i like that. >> very old hollywood. the sirens of the 1930s. >> sounds great. >> thank you, gina. >> next up, you said that this jewel color is very trendy. >> the trend right now is emerald green. that's going to be the color that's going to be shown a lot. this is shades of emerald, and this is a beautiful siren 1940s almost joan crawford in this effect. this is an angela dean dress, and you have to wear your gear for this. >> how many pairs of spanx. >> two or three. >> unless you are in unbelievable shape. like so many are. >> even fine-tuned spanx. >> you have to be seen. that's the whole idea. you want to look great from every angle. >> all right. thanks.
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thank you so much. >> the retro style silhouette. we have amanda with the sleeves and all. >> this is great. it's a very kind of flowy idea. i love the idea of sleeves too, and that's kind of a trend. the girls are going mad right now. >> the girls are going to show their arms. >> they're wearing sleeves. you can do a sleeve up to here or a neckline -- >> it's all about a sleeve. >> what about the color red? is that going to be a big color? >> you know michelle obama wore red, and i think we're going to see that happening on the red carpet more as well this time. >> okay. >> i love the bling on this as well because it's kind of -- it's ballerina length. i think it's kind of -- >> tea length. >> very, very pretty. >> thanks, hon. >> now we have zenka. she's showing off architectural drama. >> when you wear a black dress sometimes, you can kind of disappear. you better give them something to look at. >> let's give them something to talk about. >> uh-huh. >> i knew she was going to sing.
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>> they love it when i burst out in song. >> this is great because it has an architectural neckline. plungy slit in the front. then you have a beautiful sweeping kind of train. this is really great. this is lloyd cline, and lloyd gives the parisian hollywood feeling. >> it almost wears itself. >> it's very architectural. >> this is good for a girl that wants strshgt. she's not afraid to really show she's confident. >> that's like a cate blanchett. >> exactly. >> you know, this will be amazing on a lot of the girls. >> is it possible to have too much detail? >> i don't think so. not in black. this is great. i love all the precision on the neckline. >> that's all the detail. it's about the detail. i think -- >> that's quite beautiful, actually. it's like a feminine tuxedo for a woman. >> that's exactly what it is. it's a tuxedo. >> thank you. >> all right.
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we've had a terrific week, and coming up next we're fwog take a look back at all the fun we had. >> after this. >> this is "today" on msnbc.
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>> we want to give a big thank you to the l.a. tourism board. thank you to universal city walk. we're handing out these to everybody. >> we're back with the best and the worst at the oscars on monday. >> we should point out something. all these people that you are seeing behind us are our crew and the wonderful people who help us put this show on. >> and producers. >> look at tammy. right here. >> big round of applause, everybody. bye from l.a. ♪ california love
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>> we are so in love with southern california. we've had a fun, fun, fun two weeks. ♪ ♪ daisy dukes, bikinis on top >> yeah. >> and a star. >> i want to thank the academy. >> who doesn't love him? nobody. >> i'm here at howie mandel's malibu beach house. >> you want me to show you the place? >> are you the hottest grandmother in the world, by the way. >> thank you. >> hello. >> come in. >> i want to make up. >> this is where i take all my dates. this is the griffith observatory. look at this place. >> the l.a. tourism board has been off the hook terrific to us. >> whoa! ♪ going to soak up the sun >> we have a spectacular looking crowd. ♪ i'm sexy and i know it >> come on.
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come on. >> hit it. ♪ you make feel like i'm living a teenage dream the way you turn me on ♪ >> this is first love. >> i don't know why we can't be together? ♪ i heard you were a wild one ♪ wild one ♪ oh >> you're the best. >> come on. >> everyone -- >> now you. ♪ >> turn around. >> oh, my god! >> can you even believe what just happened? edgar got a brand new car. >> come on. >> bye. dinner's ready.
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good morning, everybody. thank you very much for joining us. i'm jon kelley. >> i'm marla tellez. this just in to our newsroom. doctors are calling this a smart bomb of breast cabser treatment. a promising new drug developed right here in the bay area. it's been approved by the fda. marian fav ro is following this story for us. she joins us with more. >> reporter: good morning, marla. genentech in south san francisco
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developed the drug approved just this morning by the fda. it combines the widely used breast cancer medicine herceptin also developed by genentech, with a more powerful toxin to more effectively kill cancer cells and reduce side effects. some of the tests were performed at kaiser hospital in walnut creek. studies showed it extended the survival of women with breast cancer by nearly six months. it is expected to cost $9800 a month. this new drug that links toxins to proteins may offer promise in treating other types the of cancers. the chief medical officer tells me the fda currently has 25 drugs like in it the pipeline that may deliver more medicine to fight other cancers in the future. tonight at 5:00 and 6:00, we'll talk to some of the doctors who help developed this new drug and the bay area patients who have benefited from it.


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