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. good morning. back at work. the george zimmerman jury beginning a second day of deliberations this morning in a mur ter trial that's captivated people all across the country. we'll tell you the key questions they have to decide. how could this happen? a san francisco tv station and the ntsb both apologizing this morning for a newscast that wrongly identified the crew of that crashed asiana flight using racially offensive slurs. this morning a look at the shocking report. and great expectations. royal watchers eagerly anticipating the birth of the royal baby. we'll tell you to the hospital where the future heir to the british throne will be borne and the masses are already gathering. today is saturday, july 13th.
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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with lester holt and erica hill live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. good morning and welcome to "today" on this busy saturday morning. i'm lester holt. >> i'm erica hill. it is a busy day, especially for all the royal baby watchers. >> there was no due date announced. am i wrong? >> no. there was something printed in the press that she was due in mid july. the palace never confirmed the due date, wisely i would say. >> wisely for them, not for the media. >> wisely for them, exactly. >> once you give somebody a due date, then as it gets closer and closer they like to tell you exactly what's going to happen. >> no one can even remember the due date. i asked you a hundred times when are you due again? >> you also asked me a hundred times for other things, too.
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>> belly still there. >> jenna not today, maybe the royal baby. >> who knows? >> glad we've cleared that up. >> a few other stories we're also following on this busy morning. as lester mentioned, a late development in the battle over abortion rights. overnight the texas senate passing one of the strictest anti-abortion measures in the country. as you kim imagine, reaction on both sides very strong this morning. plus jay leno has tough questions for elliot spit zen, the new york governor forced to resign after he was caught in the prostitution scandal. now he is just the latest disgraced politician trying to make a professional comeback. a bit later this morning, it's been kind of a rough week for the biebs, justin bieber, getting worse by the day. maybe he should angle for a park in sharknato 2. we'll have a wrap up of the weekend in entertainment. >> how did you get from justin
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bieber to the shark thing? >> it's all part of the wrap. we do want to begin this morning in florida. second day of deliberations for the george zimmerman jury. kerry sanders is in sanford, florida, this morning. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, lester. the jury dleliberation, six women, all mothers with ab big responsibility determining whether george zimmerman acted in self-defense or committed a crime when he shot and killed 17-year-old trayvon martin: george zimmerman's defense lawyer's closing argument was in sharp contrast to the lead prosecu prosecutor. >> because he's got a gone. he's got the equalizer. >> starting now. >> reporter: mark o'mara used silence. saying nothing for four minutes to demonstrate how long the defense says 17-year-old trayvon martin had to plan to confront george zimmerman. >> for four minutes, trayvon
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martin could do something that led to his confronting george zimmerman. >> reporter: the defense team played an animation for the jury, demonstrating what they say happened the february night zimmerman and martin met. prosecutors called the video a cartoon and said it was only two minutes, not four, that martin had to decide how to handle the situation. >> we know that with the opportunity to go home, that he did not. >> reporter: the night he died, trayvon martin was returning from a local 7-eleven. zimmerman says martin attacked him and they fought. the neighborhood watch volunteer says the teenager repeatedly slammed his head into the sidewalk. >> that's cement. that is the sidewalk, and that is not an unarmed teenager with nothing but skittles trying to get home. >> reporter: prosecutors got the last word.
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>> it's heavy, it's hard. if his head had been slammed into something like this, slammed, barbed, over and over, he wouldn't look like he did in those photographs. >> reporter: repeatedly calling 17-year-old trayvon martin a child, the prosecutor asked the jury to consider the evidence. >> this isn't a complicated case. it's a common sense case, and it's not a case about self-defense. it's a case about self-denial, george zimmerman. >> reporter: george zimmerman has pled not guilty. he said he acted in self-defense. now, the jury here has no time limit on reaching a verdict. their options are guilty of second degree murder, guilty of manslaughter or not guilty. lester? >> kerry sanders, thanks. lisa bloom is "today's" legal analyst. good morning.
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>> good morning. >> anybody whose been on a jury knows you get two types, let's vote now or -- >> i think it's an indication they'll go through methodically piece by piece. they wanted the index and they got it. >> when you look at the closing arguments here, the defense is very dramatic. we saw it bits of it in kerry's piece, the four minutes of silence and the concrete slab, indicating it could have been a weapon for trayvon martin. how effective was the defense? >> a lot of visual aids, a big hunk of concrete. i thought it was a good closing argument. he really hammered unreasonable doubt, clearly the defense's strongest argument. a lot of people in social media was saying he was arrogant. i didn't see it but i watched it the third time or the fourth time, i started to see that a little bit. he was asking for a quick verdict. he seemed to even be saying that he wanted them to write "innocent" at the bottom of the jury form. they didn't come back yesterday, so he didn't get that quick
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verdict, but we'll see if he gets his acquittal. >> one of the issues on this was who was on top in this fight. it seemed that the prosecution seemed to concede, okay, trayvon martin might have been on top. they went back to this question of could george zimmerman have reached for his gun. who came out ahead on that whole issue? >> i thought the prosecution misstepped with going with the defense script and seeming to concede that's what was going on that george zimmerman was on the bottom, trayvon martin was on the top, ground and pound, mma style. i think if the jury believes that, they'll think it's reasonable and he pulled the gun defending himself. there were witnesses that say george zimmerman was on top. neighbors who looked out, a lot of it was hazy and confused. there was also some testimony about two men running, being obviously in an upright position. the prosecution didn't have a coherent theory of the case in closing arguments. the defense did. we'll see if that helps them.
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>> you say the prosecution didn't have a coherent theory. does that mean reasonable doubt? >> that's what the defense hammered. when you hear could have, should have, would have, maybe, it's possible. those are words you usually hear from the defense. the prosecution usually says it's a certainty, it is definitive, this is what happened, look at this witness testimony. we didn't hear that from the prosecution in closing arguments. >> lisa bloom, thank you very much. new this morning, the texas senate passed tough anti-abortion restrictions overnight after weeks of protests and rallies. charles hadlock is in washington with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, erica. the republican-led texas senate passed a controversial abortion bill last night with all but one democrat voting against it. thousands of pro choice demonstrators swarmed the texas capitol last night as the senate debated late into the night. several spectators in the senate gallery tried to disrupt the
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proceedings. state troopers confiscated tampons and bottles of urine and fee tease. one woman chained herself to the bras banister and it was delayed until they could cut her loose. state senator wendy davis who led a filibuster said democrats will vow to fight this measure in the courts and the ballot box. the bills restrict abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy and requires abortion doctors to have admitting privileges at a hospital within 30 miles of the abortion clinic. it requires the clinic to be upgraded to an ambulatoriry surgical center. supporters of the bill say legal abortion started in texas and they hope that one day it will end here. texas governor rick perry says he will sign the bill perhaps as early as next week. erica, back to you. >> charles hadlock in austin this morning. thank you. we have an update on the trash of asiana flight 214. the death toll has now increased to three people after a girl
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died on friday. the wreckage of the plane has been hauled away and the runway where it crashed is open for takeoffs and landings once again this morning. meantime, a major embarrassment for a san francisco tv station and the ntsb. the station was tricked into airing a racially insensitive report about the crash, specifically identifying the crew members on the plane. and the ntsb is admitting this morning that it is its fault. some of what you're about to hear contains very offensive language. here is michelle franzen. >> reporter: it all started as a late breaking development, in ktvu's noon broadcast. >> we just learned the names of the four pilots on board the flight. they are captain sum tinge wong, wi tu lo, ho lee [ bleep ] and bang ding ow. ntsb confirmed these are the names of the pilots. >> the offensive names and the
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obvious hoax spread quickly o on the internet and within minutes the station realized the racially offensive error and apologized. >> we apologize for this error. >> reporter: but also cited they had con confirmed by the ntsb. >> we made a mistake. >> reporter: late friday the agency released its own statements and said a summer intern acted outside the scope of his authority when he erroneously confirmed the names. the ntsb said actions would be taken to make sure such a serious error is not repeated. >> captain sum tinge wong. >> reporter: the station also followed up saying it should have asked for the person's title at the ntsb as well as reading the names out loud before going to air. >> we accept full responsibility for this mistake. >> reporter: for "today," michelle franzen, ntsb new york. >> i'm left wanting to say ouch. >> that's a tough one. let's get the rest of the
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morning's other stories including a dramatic rescue overnight in indiana. >> jenna wolfe has more on that. >> this was scary. a 6-year-old boy is in the hospital this morning after he was trapped for hours buried under 11 feet of sand. it took emergency crews more than three hours to dig out the boy who fell three stories down into a dune along lake michigan in indiana. officials have not released his condition. one person on the scene said the boy did have vital signs. no other word this morning on his condition. ariel castro, the man accused of kidnapping three cleveland women and holding them hostage for more than a decade is facing hundreds of new charges this morning. there are now almost 1,000 counts against him, that after a grand jury indicted castro on 600 additional charges on friday, one of those, aggravated murder for the death of an unborn child belonging to one of the women. authorities in france are looking into a problem with the switching system in friday's train crash that killed at least six people. the train derailed right outside
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of paris during the start of a busy holiday weekend celebrating bastille day. a huge friday was declared malala day in her honor. finally, if you have children and you give them candy on friday and you tell them to just hold it and not eat it until monday, pretty unlikely, right? now you know how walmart feels. here is why. hostess is rolling out twinkies again. they asked all the stores that were selling them to wait until monday so no retailer had exclusivity. hostess gives walmart twinkies and says hold these until monday. walmart was like, what? they started selling them yesterday. in case you're wondering, 4,000 stores should have them by this
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morning. i'm just saying, if you need your twinkies, you don't have to wait till monday like our parents would make us wait. >> is that why there's a car waiting outside. >> there's two cars, one for me, one for this one and then the back trunk for all the twinkies i'm going to want to eat. dylan dreyer is here with a first look at the weekend weather. >> i always wonder where you're going. >> i have no idea. >> we always get there. >> i never go from a to z. >> we are actually going to see a lot of rain in the southeast and some warm temperatures in the middle of the country, but it's a roller coaster ride of temperatures. watch what happens over the course of the weekend and into monday. temperatures tumble in the plains. we're actually going to end up being about 20 degrees below average whereas in the northeast by monday we'll heat back up into the 90s. another heat wave on the way for the northeast. today we are going to see off-and-on showers, heavier downpours into the
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>> good morning. we're looking at sow low clouds around sfran, the golden gate bridge and ear temple churs 40s and 50s outside that will climb to the 80s. livermore, 824 in san jose, f 0s for san francisco. about the same tomorrow, a little bit of cooling kicks in though as we get into monday with temperatures dropping into the mid 80s to start the workweek. that's your latest forecast. erica? >> dylan, thanks. nsa leaker edward snowden remains hold up in moscow's airport. on friday he showed his face for the first time in weeks. the u.s. wants russia to hand him over, and it's leading to a very tense standoff reminiscent of the cold war. kristen welker is at the white house this morning with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, erica. president obama will continue to monitor the snowden situation this morning. he spoke by phone friday night
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with russian president vladimir putin about snowden. white house officials said both leaders noted the importance of the relationship between united states and russia, still it is a tense time. american fugitive edward snowden hiked out of a mass cow airport for another day, the move straining relations between the united states and russia which is already fraught with tensions dating back to the cold war. >> snowden has fallen into the midst of a relationship that has been trying to get itself onto another footing again. this couldn't really have happened at a worse moment. >> reporter: this after snowden, the man behind the nsa security leak surfaced on friday for the first time in three weeks from the airport, heard here defending his actions after meeting with human rights groups. >> i did not seek to enrich myself. i did not seek to sell u.s. secrets. i did not partner with any foreign government to guarantee my safety. >> reporter: snowden has asked russia to temporarily grant him asylum until he can travel
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safely and seek permanent refuge in venezuela, nicaragua or bolivia. the public showing was met with stern words from the united states which warned russia could jeopardize relations with the u.s. if it doesn't send snowden home. >> providing a propaganda platform for mr. snowden runs counter to the russian government's previous declarations of russia's neutrality. >> what putin does next will be key, especially with russia poised to host the g-20. >> they really are mindful about the prospect of the summit in september between obama and putin, then one would anticipate that they would handle this in the most expeditious way they possibly could. >> reporter: foreign policy experts say it could take russia several weeks to determine whether or not to grant snowden's asylum request. erica. >> kristen welker at the white house, thanks. still to come on "today," former new york governor eliot
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spitzer on "the tonight show" talking about the prostitution scandal that cost him his job as he angles for a new one.
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your picks, 60s, 70s or 80s or 90s. >> all right thank you very much. we have new details this morning on the deadly shooting at san francisco's jewelry matter. we're learn that the suspect in the case had been inside the jewelry matter before. that is significant because in order to go inside you have to have an appointment and you must show i.d. this morning investigate tors are trying to figure ou why that gunman opened fire inside a gold star called victoga. around 2:00 yesterday afternoon the suspect shot and killed one woman, stabbed another to death and then shot and stabbed a man inside the store. that victim is now fight for his life at san francisco general hospital this morning. police say moments later three officers encountered the bloody gunman. he fired at officers but surrendered. officers said they never
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returned fire because there where too many other people in the area. >> i ran very quickly and then hid in one of the stores there. >> pushed us to where they needed us to go. >> police arrested the suspect. they searched every room in the building with swat members. >> coming up this morning on today in the bay, developing new in the south bay. the latest for the serge for a murder suspect. all of the latest coming up for you right here on today in the bay.
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good morning. hi. how are you? >> we are back on this saturday morning. it is the 13th day of july, 2013. those of you out here in new york city spending part of their day to us. i hope they see it. >> where are they? >> in phoenix, arizona. >> i hope they are watching. >> happy anniversary. >> a lot to get to this morning. a lot of people not just in london, but around the world awaiting the arrival of one very special baby.
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all the royal baby. when will it arrive? will it be a boy or girl? what will they name it? media camped outside st. mary's hospital waiting for any word on the future heir. >> i don't know, are we supposed to boil water? >> you want to be ready. >> it's not my baby. >> if you want to pitch in, that's fine. i'm sure they are fine with that. >> a big blanket statement. >> are you preparing for jenna? >> we have to move on. former new york governor, eliot spitzer trying to make a political comeback. he was on the "tonight show" talking about the scandal that cost him his job. >> the greatest hair i have seen out here in a long time is the gentleman here. >> thank you, guys. >> a lot of product for that hair. fantastic. anyway, moving on, it's been a
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rough stretch for justin bieber. he's been getting pretty bad press for a couple of things he's done. we are going to have the latest on justin and the rest of your entertainment buzz coming up in our next half hour. >> when you think of chicago, maybe freezing cold winters comes to mind but summers are awesome. >> i spent 14 years in chicago. how this city embraces summer like no other big city does. lots to do. forget about the winters. i introduced you to a 16 inch baseball. you don't use a glove. it's a big ball. the guys don't wear gloves. >> unfair. >> i would be totally against that. >> a lot of fun. we'll show you summer in chicago. >> we want to get a final check of the weather from dylan. >> it is sticky.
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the humidity is going to build back in with all these showers and heavy downpours in the southeast. heavy rain across northwestern florida. some of the showers will produce torrential downpours. keep that in mind today. stronger storms in the dakota's today as well. we are looking at temperatures to top out near 100 degrees. tomorrow, temperatures drop below average in the plains. heavier downpours possible in oklahoma and those showers and storms stretch across western nebraska and seven-day forecast.
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that is your latest forecast. lest sner. >> thanks. let's talk about the anticipation of a royal baby. there was never a due date announced. we were told mid july. excitement is building in london. mandy clark is outside st. mary's hospital where the future heir to the throne will be born. what is it like there? >> reporter: good morning, well, lester, if media speculation is to be believed, then today is when kate is due to deliver. there's been no indication she's gone to the hospital, yet. the palace never officially announced the date. they said she was due in mid july. >> the speculation that the duke and duchess of cambridge's baby could be born any day now. >> reporter: this morning, people in britain and around the
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world are watching and waiting for kate to go into labor. it could be any moment now. the first time mom, it wouldn't be unusual for her to go past her due date. if it drags on too long, doctors will induce her. >> the average time, 41 and 42 weeks. it's a week or two past the due date if there are no medical complications. by about ten days time, she will be induced. >> reporter: ten days may seem like a long time for the princess given that london is going through a heat wave and nine months pregnant, she may be getting uncomfortable in 80 degree weather. the reason is simple. it's harder for heavily pregnant women to cool down. interest in the royal baby is only heating up. >> it's exciting. my friends have gotten married and having children.
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>> it will be exciting to see how the queen reacts with the baby. it will be nice. another generation coming through. >> reporter: the public enthusiasm led to many placing a bet on the royal birth. 20,000 people have decided to take a gamble on their hunch of a new royal highness. >> the name, what day it will be born on, the hair color. this is the most exciting we have seen in history. >> reporter: for some, this is a way to take part in fact historic birth while the nation continues to play the waiting game. this afternoon prince william is due to attend a polo match that is around an hour and a half outside london. if the princess goes into labor, he plans to rush back and be by her side. >> mandy clark, thanks very much. here is erica. >> thanks. you can call them the comeback
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kid. politicians going from punch line to seeking redemption. the latest, eliot spitzer. that means he's making plenty of rounds on tv to explain his past behavior. mike taibbi has more. >> reporter: on the tonight show with jay leno, eliot spitzer tried to play it for laughs which is what you do on the "tonight show." you brought down wall street and the bank, how could you be this stupid? >> reporter: the serious side couldn't be ignored. >> the fall from grace is incredibly painful. it is something from which you learn. hopefully you can move on. >> reporter: since spitzer announced he was returning for new york city comptroller, he's been apologizing as he did on "morning joe". >> what i did was wrong and a consequence of hugh brous and failure of self-endull jens.
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>> what has changed? >> a lot of pain. a lot of pain. >> that's it. >> yeah. you go through that pain and change. >> spitzer isn't the first to try for a cobbback after a sex scandal. san diego mayor is trying to hold on to his job in the wake of exyule harassment allegations. >> i am humble to admit i need help. >> mark sanford was driven from office and lost his marriage because of an adultery mess. new york congressman anthony weiner whose career crashed afterhe tweeted nude photos of himself now wants to be new york mayor, anthony weiner. comedians are scratching their head, smiling or both. new york city run by weinor and spitzer. >> new york is bigness.
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from justin biebers week to sharknado's big one. >> alicia is here to help break it down. i think we are doing better than the biebs. >> never a dull moment. >> every day was worse. walk us through, what happened this week and what is going on with justin bieber. >> he stepped on the logo for the blackhawks hockey team. it's a no, no. he is urinating in a bucket while visiting president clinton. he spoke to president clinton and the president said if this is the worst you have done, life is okay. he said focus on the good that you do and find new friends. his friends released the video. his mother is promoting her version of the book for teens. your son is going through a lot right now. she said justin, read my book.
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>> she wants her own son to read her book of advice for teens. >> basically, she's saying he's a young man who has done a lot of good. >> sometimes my job gets in the way of my son. i have never heard of sharknado. it's all over twitter. >> it's all over fwit twitter. celebrities are live tweeting it. this is sci-fi's -- >> those are sharks. >> they are sharks. mia farrell, elizabeth banks was tweeting through it. >> how about chuck todd? >> it wasn't much of an audience, right? >> there wasn't a huge audience. 1.4 million viewers. i'm losing my voice. >> get her some water. >> thank you. >> tara reid, "american pie"
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day. 1999, you have people who love sci-fi and watch it all the time. he brought in a new audience. >> i'm setting my dvr. i do not want to miss it. >> thursday night. this is really, i saw this and thought this poor girl. suri cruise getting heckled. we thought it was the paparazzi. they are saying terrible things to the little girl. she's trying to get in the car. she's 7. >> she's trying to get into her car and this person starts calling her horrible names. first they were saying it was the paparazzi. it is an autograph seeker. they get celebrity autographs and sells them. the little girl is 7. she was saying get out of my way. i want to get into my car.
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lymphoma, other cancers, nervous system and blood disorders, and allergic reactions have occurred. before starting enbrel, your doctor should test you for tuberculosis and discuss whether you've been to a region where certain fungal infections are common. you should not start enbrel . the flu. tell your doctor if you're prone to infections, have cuts or sores, have had hepatitis b, have been treated for heart failure, or if you have symptoms such as persistent fever, bruising, bleeding, or paleness. since enbrel helped relieve my joint pain, it's the little things that mean the most. ask your rheumatologist if enbrel is right for you. [ doctor ] enbrel, the number one biologic medicine prescribed by rheumatologists. we asked you recently to send us pictures celebrating summer. these are just a few of the many wonderful ones you sent to us. speaking of summer, lester recently took a trip back home to his hometown of chicago to enjoy the best of what it has to
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offer this warm month. >> i went to chicago -- remember when the "today" show was going to do the show from chicago. then, of course, the tragic tornado in oklahoma changed the plans. i did spend enough time there to focus on why chicago is all about summer, one of my favorite cities during its best time of the year. >> reporter: everybody likes to talk about chicago's winters. >> they call it the windy city. >> reporter: they can be cold and snowy. lake michigan really does freeze over and singer lieu rawlk. chicagoans endure long winter months because they know what many outsiders don't. no city celebrates summer like this one. >> the first few weeks we get weather like this, we walk outside and you can feel the energy. >> winter hibernation ends here
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on chicago's lakefront where sandy beaches dotted with sun bathers stretch out beneath the shadows of skyscrapers, long and ex-fan sive water that might make you forget you're in the northwest. >> i've met random people that have come here, and they say this is amazing, i've never known chicago has a beach. >> reporter: move over miami. it has beach volleyball, too. >> pretty much full every day after 4:30. >> reporter: chicago's summer playground extends out onto the lake itself. the city boasts some 5,000 berthing spaces for sail boats. >> you near a different world when you step on a boat. within five minutes of parking your car, you can be on the lake. >> reporter: chicago sailing in belmont harbor, just ten minutes from downtown, the owners introduce me to the fun of sailing. >> okay, lester. go ahead.
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you got it. ♪ sailing takes me away to where i'm i've always -- ♪ >> return the boat to the wind, the sails will end up on the other side. this is postcard chicago right here. >> oh, yeah. >> reporter: i spent 14 years living in chicago and i'm embarrassed to say never made it out on this lake. i can't believe what i've been missing all this time. amazing. chicagoans play hard in the summer. one sure sign that winter is over is 16-inch softball. >> i'm from california. my friends said i'm playing 16-inch. i said what is that. they said yeah, yeah, it's a chicago thing. >> reporter: bigger than the 12-inch ball, this summer tradition is a game-changer. >> you don't wear gloves. >> you have to get your body
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behind that ball. >> let me see what it's like to field one. all right. that's the way you would play it. >> yes. >> reporter: you think it would be simple to send a ball this big flying. oh, come on. i shrugged it. >> that's the wonderful part of it. when you get aheld of it and get one that really goes out there, everybody jumps up. >> reporter: before the first chills of october arrive, folks here will squeeze every last pitch, spike, tack, note, bite and thrill out of summer. if i'm not mistaken this is taste of chicago week in chicago. cool place. >> i think we've got to go now. >> it looks amazing. >> take the show on the road. >> there you go. >> personal tour guide. >> we'll discuss that and be right back. first this is "today" on nbc.
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♪ so in case you're keeping count, there's not only a royal baby rush going on, there's also the jenna baby rush. you've got six weeks? >> yes, six weeks. >> we have a shower this week. >> a baby shower, yeah. we showered before that. >> a baby shower for you and your partner. mainly ladies, although our hair stylist and lester representing for the men. >> this was on the rooftop of the peninsula hotel down the street. what a gorgeous spot that was. >> it was beautiful. the food was fantastic. >> there's matt, natalie and savannah. meredith was there. >> we had a fun time. a really good time. >> a lovely time. >> lester, i'm sure you're not too familiar with baby showers. was it okay? >> it was okay.
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somebody told me we were supposed to play games. there were no games. i was okay with that. >> because you don't know what kind of games they usually play at baby showers. >> there was a drawing -- >> we had an athletic theme to it. >> we gave away a training session with jenna. >> i did win won of them. >> she tried to return it. >> i may not be able to walk the next morning. >> we also have lovely parting gifts, the peninsula hotel, under armour, wonderful gift bags. >> thank you, thank you. >> have a good weekend everybody. nothing says, "i'm happy to see you too," like a milk-bone biscuit. ♪
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right now, get whole-home installation for just 37 bucks. . good morning i'm chris sanchez. coming up next, terror erupts inside a san francisco jewelry store. we hear from people inside the jewelry matter when a gunman opened fire. plus. >> my daughter is missing and i have to live with that. >> an east bay father breaks down as he answers questions about his missing father just moments after he walks out of jail. we'll tell you why he' fry this morning. and a developing story in the south bay overnight. gun fire kills one man in a san jose neighborhood and now the search is on for the suspect. "today in the bay" is next.
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