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that's what's happening "today in the bay," we are back again at 7:25 with the look at your local news, weather, and traffic. >> have a great day and fantastic weekend. good morning. breaking news. a major mudslide in minnesota overnight as a hill collapses under a hospital forcing workers to evacuate while record rains and flash flooding lead to a state of emergency. we're there live. exposed. 75 scientists at the cdc being closely monitored after the largest possible anthrax exposure ever. what was behind the accident and what is next for the workers? addicted to tanning? the new research that shows catching some rays could have the same effect on your brain as taking drugs. and the countdown begins. team usa preparing for a weekend showdown with portugal and a ticket out of the world cup's group of death today.
"today," friday june 20th, 2014. >> from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. and good morning. welcome to "today" on a friday morning. raise your hand if there's some soccer in your immediate future this weekend? absolutely. and by the way, not to give anything away, i think we'll all be making a fashion statement when we watch on sunday. >> the shameless plug. the begging. that paid off. we have fall out boy here. we have a huge crowd outside for them for a concert in a few minutes. >> thank you for that, mr. roker. now to the top story. the delicate situation unfolding in minnesota where a saturated hill along the mississippi river has collapsed. this after heavy rain drenched that region. dave berggren from minneapolis has the latest on this.
dave, good morning to you. >> reporter: hi, matt. minnesota governor mark dayton has issued a state of emergency for counties dealing with massive flooding. torrential rain is the blame for the mudslide near the hospital complex. no patients were affected. this is where the 15 to 17 stories of earth gave way under a hospital. several drivers narrow rhode island escaping the slide. causing the rain soaked hills along the mississippi river thursday night to collapse under an administration building at the university of minnesota medical center. fortunately, no patients were in danger. this section of trees and hill were sent into the river. the force left 6 to 8 feet of
mud on the roadway. it comes during a dangerous season where landslides wrecked havoc. this caused a home in whitney, texas to fall into the lake. in april, this video shows cars on charles street in baltimore, maryland disappearing as the landslide works down the street. in march, a mudslide in oso, washington killed more than 40 people. back here in minnesota, as residents clean up after heavy flooding, officials are saying the hospital building is safe. it may take several days for crews to get in and remove all of the debris from the roadway. they are waiting for the ground to stabilize and for the mud to dry out in minneapolis. savannah and matt, back to you. >> dave berggren, thank you very much. another big story we're following this morning. the fbi is working with the center for disease control to
determine how 75 workers at the labs in atlanta were exposed to the dangerous anthrax bacteria. those workers, by the way, are now under close medical observation. a lot of questions about how this happened. nbc's tom costello has the story in washington. good morning. >> reporter: anthrax is best known now as an agent in bio-terrorism. while this appears to have been an accident, it's also the largest known case of exposure. the question, why were safety protocols violated in a high security lab? it happened at the nation's premiere facility that conducts research into deadly diseases and biological agents. the centers for disease control in atlanta says 75 workers at three separate labs may have been exposed to the dangerous anthrax bacteria in a high-level lab. the lab was preparing samples for researchers looking into new ways to detect anthrax. but somehow it failed to make
the bacteria inactive before releasing it to three other labs not equipped to handle anthrax. in a statement the cdc reports workers believing the samples were inactivated were not wearing adequate personal protective equipment while handling the material. at least some of the spores were then spread through the air. >> the proper way to handle anthrax is with enormous care under special laboratory containment facilities with meticulous infection control precautions. >> reporter: the first symptoms for inhaled anthrax could look like flu symptoms. sore throat, that fatigue and muscle aches. so far no one has shown any symptoms, but the exposed employees were put on antibiotics as a precaution. and other cdc staff, family members, and the general public are not at risk of exposure. and do not need to take any protective action.
>> in this incident, a risk really is very low to the exposed people and to the surrounding community. >> reporter: anthrax is deadly serious. >> good morning. anthrax in the nation's capitol -- >> reporter: in 2001, five people died and 22 others sickened after anthrax spores were sent through the mail. the fbi determined a lone government scientist was likely to blame. he later committed suicide. this morning both the cdc and the fbi say they believe this exposure in atlanta was an accident. but they are looking into why the safety protocols of the high-level lab were not followed and they say disciplinary actions could follow. >> tom costello in washington. thanks. now we want to talk about the deteriorating situation in iraq as al qaeda-inspired militants fight for control of key cities and oil facilities. the president is sending more u.s. service members to the region. he says, though, they're only there to advise. nbc's chief foreign correspondent richard engel's in baghdad. richard, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, matt.
the u.s. is getting more involved militarily in iraq again. the u.s. isn't launching another war here. u.s. troops aren't going to be on patrol. instead, these advisers, some of them already arriving, others on their way, will be working with iraqis in joint command centers including some command centers here in baghdad to try to advise the iraqi troops in their fight against islamic extremists. isis militants are still fighting, trying to take over iraq. the iraqi army, poor leadership, and defection has crumbled. so now at the request of the iraqi government, the u.s. is stepping in deploying up to 300, quote, advisers. >> we're prepared to send a small number of additional military advisers up to 300 to assess how we can best train, advise and support iraqi security forces going forward. >> reporter: make no mistake, this is american military involvement.
but it's by remote control. >> american combat troops are not going to be fighting in iraq again. >> reporter: the americans won't be kicking down doors again. the advisers will guide the iraqi military in the battle against isis helping them pick targets, advising iraqi troops how to maneuver, to re-take the half dozen cities and towns where the militants have settled in. and if iraqi fire power isn't enough, the u.s. military may lend a hand. >> we will be prepared to take targeted and precise military action if and when we determine that the situation on the ground requires it. if we do, we'll consult closely with congress. >> reporter: but the u.s. isn't the only country with its hands on the wheel. iran already has military advisers here reportedly led by qassem suleimani, he's the leader iran's elite qods force. u.s special forces and intelligence generally considered the qods force to be
a hostile enemy and now the u.s. and iran will both be guiding the iraqi army. stange bedfellows brought together by a common cause. >> richard, the term we keep using and the president used yesterday, military advisers. the term you're not hearing used is special forces. is this semantics. is there a reason for that? >> reporter: they'll be special forces and some intelligence. but primarily these are military personnel who are going to be looking for targets. these are hammers looking for nails. they're going to be sitting in the operation centers. they're going to be gathering intelligence. they're going to be on the radios. they'll be calling in air strikes. initially iraqi air strikes. they will generally be trying to help the iraqis use the equipment that they already have. and the iraqi army is very well equipped. the problem is the iraqis have been mismanaging their army. they've had leadership problems. and if the american presence
isn't enough to get the iraqi army back in this fight, then as the president suggested, perhaps the u.s. might have to get more directly involved. >> richard engel in baghdad. thank you very much. natalie's here with breaking news overnight. a terrible shooting at a concert. >> that's right. in one of the country's most iconic music venues. it turned into a crime scene on thursday night. this morning, police are still searching for a gunman who shot three people in the parking lot at red rocks in colorado. officers locked down the venue after a performance by rappers nas, school boy q. and police checked every car leaving the venue making sure the gunman wasn't hiding in the vehicles. the three victims fled the scene after the shooting, but were later found miles away near downtown denver. they were taken to the hospital, but their conditions are unknown. as expected, house republicans elected california congressman kevin mccarthy as majority leader on thursday. mccarthy will take over for eric cantor who stepped down after losing his virginia primary earlier this month. louisiana representative steve scalise was elected to replace mccarthy as whip.
the changes will take effect on july 31st. a veteran seriously wounded by a grenade in afghanistan was awarded the nation's highest military honor thursday. president obama presented the medal of honor to 24-year-old marine corporal william kyle carpenter during a white house ceremony. he was injured while trying to shield a fellow marine from a grenade. >> with that singular act of courage, kyle, you not only saved your brother in arms, you displayed a heroism in the blink of an eye that will inspire for generations. >> carpenter spent more than two years in the hospital recovering from multiple injuries. since then, though, he's run a marathon, skydived, and competed in a mud run. incredible young man. now to video of a motorcyclist who cart wheels through the air during an accident but was able to walk away unhurt. take a look. this happened in clearwater,
florida. the car turns left in traffic. the motorcyclist slams right into the car. he cart wheels once into the air then again on the ground but popped right back up and walks away. he did have a few scratches but amazingly was otherwise fine. mike smith saihe purposely launched himself off the bike to avoid slamming into the car. the driver of the car was ticketed for making an improper left turn. an update this morning on the 11-year-old golf phenom stealing the headlines at the u.s. women's open. lucy li got off to a rough start at pinehurst no. 2. she was 8 over on that round. li is the youngest golfer to play in the u.s. open men's or women's. she did finish with a couple of birdies. coming up later on this morning, we'll show you how li celebrated her first day on the big stage. looking at her outfit there. it's adorable. american pride. >> taking nothing away from her incredible athletic ability,
she's the cutest golf player ever. the outfit, the braid. >> asked her why she wore it, it's the u.s. open, come on. duh. all right. well, we do have to talk about some more flooding possible for our friends in minnesota and on into iowa. let's show you what we have going on. we have flood warnings along the river here. so we're going to be watching this very closely over the next several days. because we are looking at more showers and thunderstorms. major flooding along the mississippi river and other major rivers in the area. here's why. we're going to look at this low pressure system developing. as it does, we look for those storms to start firing up and we have the risk of severe weather right in central minnesota on into the border from fargo, duluth, st. cloud, on into minneapolis. rainfall amounts 1 to 2 inches there. but as you get into the appalachians, 1 to locally 3 inches of rain from wilmington into charleston. we'll get your local forecast in
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86 degrees today in the south bay. 84 for the peninsula. east sba 92 degrees this afternoon. and that's your latest weather. >> al, thank you so much. a potential presidential candidate is under fire for making controversial comments about members of congress. this as house republicans announce their results. peter, good morning. >> we discussed john boehner remains house speaker. they have the leaders who will work behind him. also today, a montana democrat known for being unscripted is apologizing after defending republicans, democrats, gays and southerners all at once. house republicans nailed down their california congressman kevin mccarthy will replace eric cantor. the gop's so-called young guns along with paul ryan.
on the way out after the stunning primary defeat, cantor became the target of an attack that is ugly and unfounded, slinging the mud, brian swiser who in the national journal questioned cantor's sexuality. if you were a regular person you turned on the tv and saw him talking, i would say i'm fine with gay people but my gay radar is 60 to 70%. i couldn't care a less, i'm accepting. >> i was sort of a little bewildered. he can be a really engaging and gregarious sort of guy, but i sort of wondered what he meant because it was such a unexpected place for the conversation to go. >> but the liberal democrat and msnbc contributor wasn't done crudely saying dianne feinstein was being critical in u.s.
spying programs, comparing her to a prostitute. feinstein's reply, you better keep him away from my husband. he says he's mulling over a presidential run apologized for what he called a number of stupid and insensitive remarks writing i'm deeply sorry and apologize for my carelessness and disregard. eric cantor said they have nothing to say about the comments. he found southern men feminists. that's not what they are looking for. the u.s. men's match against portugal happens on sunday. willie is here with a preview. what can you tell us? >> good morning. going into the tournament, the united states wasn't getting much of a chance, including by its own coach. they are playing in the group of death. the dramatic win over ghana has team usa dreaming big.
>> he scores! >> in the days since the win over ghana on the header off john brooks, the americans have come back down to earth, ready now to face a fourth ranked power house. portugal was demolished by germany in the opening match. now they have a lot to prove. ronaldo is one of the best and well known players in the worldcom pleat with his line of underwear. he's got an injured knee and there are questions about whether he'll suit up sunday. greg likes america's chances. american fans have bought the most tickets of any foreign fans. another sign of soccer's rising popularity in the state. >> there's not a revolution here. this is an evolution that has been coming for 20 years.
>> all week, soccer fans have been watching the games across the country from jubilation for columbia fans in miami to disappointment to england supporters. win or lose, soccer fans in the u.s. are in the grips of world cup fever. >> it comes around every four years. you have to brush off your national jersey's, come and enjoy. >> josie will miss sunday's match. he's one of the biggest stars. clint dempsey will be playing with a broken nose. he was kicked in the face in the world cup opener. he will be playing. they say no cheering in the press box? we're cheering. >> we took that picture earlier
in the week and tweeted it out. >> we were a little pathetic. look what happened. >> begging each other. >> we are all going to wear them sunday. cameron is monitoring all the social media, right? >> they said it would be the most tweeted event in all of history. it is a success, guys. a lot of cool things popping up on the internet. they include what savannah tweeted that resulted in us getting cool shirts. columbia state, they have the moves like jagger or somebody. this was after their game against the ivory coats. another popular tweet that's out. what does it look like to you guys? >> the trophy. >> there you have it. that's the world cup trophy. an artist from england puts this image on the internet.
two and a half hours it took her to create this. this is the actual world cup trophy and this is what she did to herself. that's incredible, actually. remember, we talked about this dempsey moment where he took the kick to the face. it's absolutely awful. oh. in slo-mo. one of the best players in the league, hamilton known for wearing the face mask, he's on his way to the game to portugal armed with enough masks for dempsey to borrow one. >> good idea. >> usa versus porch call. #seeyousunday. can we get a special sunday sunday sunday. >> sunday, sunday. >> one nation, one team, # as well. >> thank you. shark surprise. the two massive sharks that
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you're watching "today in the bay." a very good morning to you, it is 7:26 i'm laura garcia-cannon. a three-hour amber alert in the south bay has been called off. eight-year-old helena venice ya was taken from the santa clara area late last night. she was safely dropped off at the sunnyville police department three hours later. now officers are looking for her alleged kidnapper, jose valencia. no word on the connection yet. the car was abandoned in sunnyville shortly after that amberly aert was issued. investigators are looking for evidence to figure out the cause of a grass fire that destroyed two homes in the san jose foothills. neighbors say they first saw smoke coming from a vacant home yesterday afternoon. the flames quickly spread to another house and surrounding
brush. the people who live in the neighborhood were prepared making sure they had defensible space around their homes. it was near the 680, 280 interchange in the east foothills. 17 engines jumped on that fire hitting it from the air and the ground. shotgun you need to do, dry conditions out there. what about the forecast? let's check in with christina. >> it's going to be warmer today, laura, garng to you. you made it to friday. this weekend we're going to go right back to average. 568 degrees in san francisco. good morning to you. you'll hit about 72 degrees in the heat of the day. comfortable conditions in the city. meanwhile a little bit on the hot side through the valleys, low 90s for today, tomorrow is the official kickoff of summer time. we're going to get 14 hour and 47 minutes of daylight, officially neigh the longest day of the year. and actually we're going to see temperatures drop off with a little disturbance coming through the bay area as we head through tomorrow, that's going to keep your temperatures on the coolside. meanwhile, let's talk about
what's happening as we get into that weekend, little bit doomer by next week, we're going to warm you up to the 90s, low 90s at best. let's get to your drive. southbound 101 at woodside road, crash blocking the car pool lane also getting significant delays headed westbound on the bay bridge. metering lights on for the past hour and pretty heavy stack-up this morning. give yourself extra time, back to you laura. >> thanks so much christina, thank you for joining us. another local news update in a half hour. get throughout and enjoy your day.
what a great day. 7:30 now. friday morning the 20th of june, 2014. that is one happy plaza. they are getting ready for a great concert. for one of most popular bands around. just started a tour last night and here they are this morning. fall out boy will take to our stage in our 8:30 half hour. looking forward to that. >> by the way, if you're handing out gold stars this morning, you're right, they were on the concert stage until probably 10:00 or 11:00 last night, got in the car and came down to the plaza this morning. meantime, let's take a look at some of the stories making headlines. there are concerns this hospital in minnesota this morning after part of the hillside beneath it collapsed. record rain saturated the ground, that triggered mud slides and caused major flooding in other parts of minnesota. 75 workers at the cdc in
atlanta may have been incidenceally exposed to the dangerous anthrax bacteria. a high-leave lab was preparing samples last week but evidently, researchers failed to make that bacteria inactive before it was sent to three other labs. they're investigating what happened there. president obama is sending 300 u.s. military advisers to iraq to help the iraqi government deal with the rising insurgency there. the president insists that american forces will not be returning to combat there. yesterday we showed you some of our interview with secretary kerry. as some of the big news events unfolded. we'll talk to him about how much power he really has, is the the west wing that really runs the show. also, what his daughters thought of his recent meeting with leonardo dicaprio. >> love that he brings his dog to work. also can't resist a day at the beach? why you may be addicted to the sun.
one that may be as strong as those to drugs or alcohol. let's begin with a warning for parents. with temperatures on the rise, there has a rise of parents leaving children alone in sweltering cars. gabe gutierrez has more on that story. this is something we all need to be aware of, gabe. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we tell these stories every summer but so far this year 13 kids have died in hot cars. even with temperatures outside at 80 degrees, temperatures in here can soar to 120 degrees. in less than an hour. today police in comp county, georgia, are investigating how a 22-month-old boy ended up in the back seat of a car in the blistering heat for seven hours. his father now charged with murder. >> it's puzzling how someone could forget that they have a child in the back seat. >> reporter: more than 720 kids have died after being left in hot vehicles since 1998. on average that's 38 kids a year. >> it can happen to any parent or caregiver. the vast majority this has
happened to thus far, they're loving and caring parents. >> reporter: in the past two months, this 4-year-old was killed in texas, this 2-year-old in sarasota, florida. and just this week near orlando, police say another child died when her father left her inside his truck. >> she's been in the car for hours. i absolutely forgot about her. >> reporter: few people know that pain more than richie greg. the south carolina dad says he forgot to drop off his daughter sophia at day care last month and left her sleeping in the back seat of his car in 90 degree weather. >> it's so easy for the child to go to sleep and you not realize that they're still in there. because your brain is on autopilot. >> reporter: he's been charged with unlawful conduct towards a child. but he says it was an accident and wants his story to serve as a reminder to all parents. >> a massive amount of guilt that you feel. as a father, you know, you're the protector. you know? and you're daddy.
it's an unimaginable loss. >> reporter: it really is a heart breaking story. and safety advocates say there's several things you can do to prevent that from happening. first, if your child's in the back seat and you have a diaper bag, set it in the front seat and it will serve as a visual reminder. also take your cell phone and place it in the back seat. not only will that preven you from texting while driving, chances are as you get out of your car you'll reach into the back seat, see your child. matt and savannah, back to you. >> gabe gutierrez, thank you have been much. more information and more advice on this subject on our website at today.com. >> very timely, indeed. let's get a check of the weather now from al. >> "today's" weather is brought to you by the new windows. one experience for everything in your life. >> well, as we open up the weather window, we've got good news. if you've been waiting for summer, tomorrow morning at 6:51 a.m. if you're feeling a little tingling, hopefully it's summer.
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thursday on "today." this morning, more of our time as we look at his hectic week. from breakfast with senators. >> unveil the portrait. >> and the ceremonial duties and back-to-back trips to the white house, john kerry took his new job and ran with it, sometimes literally. the world is seeing somewhat a different kerry. he's now the most outspoken road warrior. >> you don't just invade another country. he's a fugitive from justice. history will judge us all. >> seems to me you are looser than you have ever been. >> after years and years in public life, i know who i am and what i want to achieve. >> i john f. kerry -- >> the moment of a lifetime in the making. a decorated vietnam veteran who
came to protest the war. as senator for decades and former presidential candidate, kerry seems more determined than ever to make his mark. >> i have big heels to fill. >> here are adjectives i have read to describe you. relentless, ambitious, stubborn, pompous, risk taker, loner. >> yeah. i hope the president chose me because he wanted somebody in here who was going to fight hard. i'm happy to be relentless about it. >> with mixed results so far. he pushed for talks to resolve syria's crisis. assad's grip tightened. russia's putin is not fazed by the tings tensions in ukraine. >> some people said they admire your energy, but e sensually, it
is a waste of time. >> it is never a waste of time to work for peace, ever. we have two and a half years left in this administration. i say to you, i don't believe that the effort is over. >> how much power does he have? kerry rejects suggestions the real foreign policy decisions are run out of the white house. >> i said to the president a few months ago, i thanked him for the extraordinary breath and absence of leash he has given me. the president has been incredibly trusting, incredibly empowering. >> moments of longevity comes in the form of his puppy, ben. he was named at benjamin franklin and is intermediary. >> down.
there you are. what can i say? stay. >> be good for us. >> stress giver. >> the job is not without glamour with ang nina jolie at a can frens and leonardo dicaprio. >> they call this a bromance picture. >> it's the angle. it's not a fair angle. that's both my daughters texted me and i won't tell you what they said. >> after a lifetime in the public eye, kerry is happy to tell you, he is out of elected politics. >> will you really never run for public office again? >> i have no plans to run again. >> is that i will really not run? >> i never say never to anything. no, i'm not planning, i'm not running. this is my last public position, i think.
i'm going to try and get the job done as well as i can. >> get the job done this weekend means going to the middle east and dealing with the situation in iraq. >> no question. did he tell you privately what his daughters said? >> no. it didn't sound like it was for morning shows. let's say that. >> it's better with the long shot. >> a wraparound hug. >> exactly. bromance shot. coming up, are you tracking them? the great white sharks that are dazzling scientists and winning fans online as well. what tamron is doing with a dog in the orange room, after this. peris test pa
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you're watching "today in the bay." a very good morning to you, i7 56 i'm laura garcia-cannon. today jurors in oakland could reach a verdict in the case of two alleged gang members. that killed a three-year-old boy during a drive-by. one is accused of driving and the other said to have pulled the trigger. they were trying to get revenge on a rival gang when the toddler was shot. lawyers expect the redwood city woman accused of driving drunk and crashing into a couple back in court today. in october, the woman's blood alcohol level was twice the legal limit. she is still in custody on $2 million bond. let's check the forecast with christina loren. >> happy friday laura, happy friday to you at home. comfortable right now. we're at 51 degrees in the south
bay. peninsula, 59, 61 for the east bay and waking up with a 58 degrees and low cloud cover in san francisco. nonetheless, westerly flow keeping your temperatures cool today. 72 for you versus 92 out in the extreme east bay. the good news is as we kick off summer officially tomorrow, we're going to shave off about five to ten degrees, cooler day shaping up for saturday, sunday making it more comfortable conditions for your outdoor plans. let's check -- talk about your drive. this one is a bad one. 20 minute delay already northbound 280 as you approach 85. that's already an area that gets congested that the time of the morning. that crash now blocking two lanes, hopefully they'll have one of the lanes opened up as we head through the next 15 to 20 minutes. bay bridge tol play za says you're stacked up here. fastest way through san jose, 87 is moving a little bit better than 101 from the 85 split, it's going to take you 14 minutes on
♪ coming up, how exposure to the sun could have drug-like effects on your mind. hope and heroes. >> i'm derek, nice to meet you. >> he helps dreams come true for kids. he talks about stepping away from the game. >> i have been able to impact people's lives in positive ways. i hope i have been able to do that. >> unbelievable transformation. meet a man who lost 550 pounds after deciding to take control of his weight and his life. his incredible story today, friday, june 20th, 2014.
>> we came to see fall out boy. >> fall out boys. >> good morning, virginia! >> general motors place, alabama! >> thanks for the memories, fall out boys, we love you. we are back now. 8:00 on a friday morning, the 20th day of june, 2014. the day before summer officially rolls in. we have a summertime crowd out on the plaza for a great concert in just a little while. meanwhile, how about the story of the guy that lost 550 pounds? he lost a little less than us. think about it. >> without weight loss surgery. we will talk about that, coming
up. >> all right. also, you've got a maternity thing. >> yeah, i have been writing and talking about breaking the pregnancy commandment. >> thoushalt not gain more than 30 pounds. they say you shouldn't gain more than 25 to 30 pounds. >> skinny people. >> yeah. >> don't ask how much someone gained unless you are a doctor. >> ever. >> we had a guest on who broke the other commandment of never putting hands on a pregnant woman's belly. >> i don't mind it. plus we know each other. >> natalie, good morning again. >> a huge clean up under way in minneapolis after a massive mudslide forced the evacuation of a hospital building and nearly buried cars.
nobody was hurt, but it raised fears part of the hospital might drop into the mississippi river. the complex is in no danger of collapse. the mudslide was caused by heavy rainfall. in the largest case of its kind, 75 workers at the federal center for disease control and prevention are being treated for possible anthrax exposure. officials blame an accidental security lapse in a lab where samples were prepared for anthrax research. no one has shown symptoms and no threat to the public. new york city reached a $40 million settlement with five black and hispanic men wrongly convicted in a jogger case. they spent years in prison accused of raping and beating a white investment banker in 1989. it stirred racial tension. the convictions were thrown out after another man confessed to the crime and dna testing backed up his claim.
two great white sharks are swimming toward texas. scientists are tracking their every move. itis part of an underwater research process. janet shanling has more. >> reporter: their names are kathryn and betsy, two enormous great white sharks who appear to be on the vacation of a lifetime. >> they are like teenagers. >> talk about fish out of their native water. kathryn weighing over a ton and betsy is 1700 pounds. they were both tagged in cape cod to track their movement. now they are both in the gulf of mexico, 5,000 miles away. apparently headed to where everything is bigger, texas. >> we have just seen these animals do things we never expected. >> reporter: scientists didn't know what to expect. >> they have probably always been there and we didn't know it. when they surface, a signal is sent to the satellite.
>> in the case of kathryn, she comes to the surface almost every day. >> betsy, not so much. >> she doesn't call home often. >> reporter: like the sharks, the public fascination is huge. the website tra tracks them struggled to keep up with the tens of thousands of fans following their progress. kathryn made a splash on social media with 12,000 twitter followers. >> people are adopting the sharks. they are pets to them now. >> reporter: call them the thelma and louise of the ocean. for "today," janet shamling, nbc news, houston. popular "saturday night live" skits are being immortalized in ice cream. the catastrophic crunch named before this character is available in ben and jerry shops like wise for this digital video. two more "snl" themed flavors
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in common? >> they are gorgeous. >> they are models seen in magazines, ads and on runways. they are tired of being called the "m" word. that may be surprising because they are the top models we have right now. miranda said if someone asking me what i do, i say i have my own skin care line. i do not define myself as a model. she is making it known she takes business classes at harvard. many top models are eager to expand their portfolios into other fields. i get it. people were shocked they don't think of themselves as models. >> people started to use model as a derogatory term. >> they make a lot of money doing what they do. >> if you find yourself telling
your kids to come in and study, think again. chirp who spend more time in less structured activities such as playground or a visit to the zoo are more likely to excel in the classroom. they are better able to set their own goals and work toward them independently compared to kids who take part in structured activities like piano lessons and little league. >> remember your mother said go outside, i don't want to see you until the street lights come on. >> a broom stick, go entertain yourself. >> my mom would ring the bell to tell us to come back. >>itis hard now, you can't really do that. >> let me ask you a question to some of the ladies out there, do you find these qualities attractive? 30-year-old that is wanted on $900,000 bail? >> if you are thinking no way, let me tell you facebook disagrees. meet jeremy meeks. his mug shot is viral with 46,000 likes over 5,000 shares.
he was arrested on wednesday on five felony weapon charges in stockton, california. one of the most violent criminals in the stockton area. >> a lot of people out there are saying wow, come to momma, he's hot. all that stuff. >> it goes on and on. some say he's the hottest bad boy they have ever seen. is being sexy that illegal? you can kidnap me any day. he could have been a model, but chose a life of crime. one woman said, momma, i'm in love with a criminal. that wauz tweet going around. very bizarre. the police department have never seen a reaction like that. strange but true. >> i take the fifth. i don't know what to say. that's what's trending today. up next, love a day at the beach? why you may be addicted to the
sun. we'll have that in 30 seconds. summer officially begins tomorrow. millions of americans will be hitting the beach. but is there more to the allure of the sun than you might think? nbc's katy tur is here with that story. >> reporter: researchers out of boston just released the results of a surprising study. it could explain why some people can't keep themselves off the beach or out of the tanning
salon. longer days, warmer weather, and the sun. summer is nearly here, and so are all those weekends soaking it all in. you know to slather on the sun screen, but be honest. do you always do it? >> i don't usually wear sun screen. >> nope. i don't. >> reporter: you may like that nice sun-kissed look, but new research says it could be more akin to addiction than vanity. in a new lab study, mice were exposed to uv rays equivalent to have an hour of midday florida sun for a fair skinned person. after a week of exposure, the mice's endorphins chemicals known to create a pleasant feeling in humans rose dramatically. >> there are powers at hand that are, in fact, very significant. and it is possible when one is exposed to ultraviolet radiation that there are behavioral changes that reach beyond our simple desire to enjoy the sun. >> reporter: meaning despite the repeated warnings of skin cancer
risks and premature aging, it seems the desire to bake yourself especially in tanning beds could be similar to being addicted to opiate painkillers like morphine and hydrocodone. the real danger is that tanning salons are regulated at the cosmetics level, not medical. allowing some to go overboard. think tanning mom or the cast of "jersey shore." >> gtl, baby. >> recognizing this power of ultraviolet radiation may be the first step towards preventing that type of addictive propensity, behavior and trying to prevent the dangerous consequences. >> reporter: the study was done on mice, but researchers say it's applicable to humans since we share a similar and basic brain chemistry. do you share a brain chemistry with mice, matt? >> maybe. but a lot of people are looking for the sun. nice to see you. thanks very much.
over to savannah. >> thank you so much. now a remarkable man whose story we believe will inspire you. as a young man, justin suffered from stress and anxiety. he turned to food for comfort. at 16 he tipped the scales at 799 pounds. he realized then if he did not lose weight, he probably would die. so through sheer determination, dieting, and exercise, justin began to drop pound after pound. and now more than a decade later he is ready to reveal the new justin. more than 550 pounds lighter. good morning and welcome. come on out. we'd love to see the new you. hi. how are you? >> hi. how are you? >> good to meet you. >> good to meet you. >> this is amazing. you're a shadow of your former self. and you did it without weight loss surgery. >> correct. i had some skin reductions done, but that's it. >> after you lost the weight. >> yeah. >> take me back to the teen years. i mean, did you always struggle with your weight?
how did it get to the point where you found i'm almost 800 pounds? >> i was always a little bigger. bigger than my classmates, stuff like that. i was starting to get addicted to food. i love food. i'd marry food. you know, i loved it that much. i began to be addicted to it. and i went to it a lot. >> what was your turning point when you realized i got to do something about this? >> when i was 16 years old and i was sitting in pittsburgh, pennsylvania, and doctors were -- their hands were in the air. what do you do? you've got a 16-year-old weighing 799 pounds. >> so how do you do it? people watching you saying how do i take it, a first step. it can be difficult. >> sure. that's my motto. one step. it starts out with one step. when i was laying in pittsburgh, pennsylvania, i didn't know -- there were so many emotions in my head. fear, anxiety, am i going to live or die. all those things rushing through
me. you know, i had a belief in god. and that definitely, that was a significant part in jesus. a significant part to my story. and that really impacted my decisions. you know? and that gave me a hope and a purpose in life. and i took that opportunity and i said you've got to do something for me here. and then i started eating a little healthier, eating a little less. then started moving. my first exercise was standing up and sitting back down. that was very painful. my back started hurting, my legs hurt. >> but you kept at it. you took a certain amount of steps. it didn't happen overnight, but it happened. justin, thank you for being here. congratulations on all your amazing success. >> thank you so much. >> over to matt. now to what's become an annual tradition involving the new york yankees. the team's hope week. i spent some time at the stadium
this week and got a chance to sit down with derek jeter and some unforgettable children. >> drilled to deep right center field. >> reporter: on most game days inside yankees stadium, the players are considered the heroes. but on this day, these children are the real heroes. they're here as part of yankee hope week when the yankees honor those in need. quinn, ryan, and shawn are children living with cancer. brought here by friends of jacqueline, a foundation to improve the lives of patients by pairing them with sports teams. so this afternoon quinn, ryan, and shawn aren't just visitors. they are yankees. even signing one-day contracts, taking questions from the media are you going to start derek jeter? >> yes. >> reporter: yes? he's in? >> yes. >> reporter: thank you.
and just hanging out in the dugout. where's the best place you ever sat in the stadium? >> behind the plate. >> reporter: and this is right in the dugout. how's that? >> much better. >> reporter: not bad. quinn, how old are you? >> four. >> reporter: are you a big baseball fan? >> uh-huh. >> reporter: what do you like most about yankees stadium? >> derek jeter. >> reporter: did you say derek jeter? >> yeah. >> reporter: and even jeter knows struggles at the plate are nothing compared to the struggles these children face every day. we talk about your sport as members of the press, we say guy's in a slump or pitcher had a bad outing. then you look at these kids and realize they would take that slump on their worst day or their best day. >> you're right. it puts things in perspective. it makes you realize this is your job, your career, but it's only a game. >> deep to left field. see ya! history! >> reporter: this is derek jeter's sixth hope week and his
20th and final season with the yankees. do you think about legacy yet? >> i mean, it's hard to talk about legacy when you're still around. >> reporter: 20-year career. people are going to be thinking about you. >> but time flies. in my head, it's not 20 years. the legacy that means the most is being able to affect other people's lives and impact in positive ways. i hope i've been able to do that. >> makes the play and flies into the stands. >> reporter: so when the day comes up 20 years from now and there's a father with their kid and they were too young to see you play and you trot out on the field slower than now, what do you want that father to tell his kids about derek jeter? >> you'd like them to say he played the right way. i have respect for my fans, my team, my opponents, for the
game. play hard. there's always going to be someone better than you, but there's no reason not to play hard. >> reporter: playing hard and with heart. but today at yankees stadium, it's all about heart. as a mom you've obviously been through a lot. and as a dad, he's had a tough time. what's it like to see that smile like the one on his face today? >> it's great. you know? he gets to be a kid again. to see the smiles, it makes it easier to be a parent. >> shawn, that young man you just saw there actually got out of the hospital that morning to go to yankees stadium. it was a big day for him. >> yeah. >> they do this year in and year out. >> it's uplifting. great. coming up, can we pull off the look? al, willie, and i try out the
a very good friday morning to you. 8:26 now. i'm laura garcia-cannon. if your weekend plans include driving on one of san francisco's most iconic landmarks, you're going to need to go somewhere else. lombard street is open to traffic right now, but not for long. it will be closed every weekend, starting tomorrow, from noon to 6:00, until july 13th p. it will also be closed on friday, july 4th. the closures are temporary, part of a pilot program put in place after people living on lombard complained about all that traffic in the area. you can still, however, walk down the street. let's check the morning commute right now with christina, pulling double duty in more mike. >> should be the last day, happy to be welcoming mike back on monday. i want to start with the bay bridge toll plaza. we still have the backup, the metering lights is have been on.
we'll let you know as soon as they are turned off. meanwhile, we've got some serious delays right now in the san jose area. this is the one serious crash we're following. 280 headed northbound at foothill. the crash itself has cleared, but the delays remain. and you're going to find emergency vehicles still on the shoulder there, at least for the next 15 minutes. you're delayed, though, all the way back beyond saratoga and stevens creek at this point. so hopefully we'll see that congestion ease as that crash clears. >> thank you very much, christina. and thank you for joining us as well. we'll have another local news update in half an hour. see you then.
it's 8:30 now on a friday morning. it's the 20th of june 2014. it is a beautiful day. we have a gorgeous crowd on the plaza. >> yes, we do. >> they're going to get great music. fall out boy getting ready to take the stage. >> they've been rehearsing. they're casting a spell on the crowd. we've got more great music coming up. >> we do. coming up on wednesday get ready for this, ladies. maroon 5, adam levine.
then one week from today former "american idol" adam phillips on the plaza. >> and speaking of music, next week a new way -- this has nothing to do with music, actually. a new way to experience "today." you can start listening to the "today" show on sirius xm radio. >> that's right. our show is live on channel 108 starting on wednesday. maroon 5, you'll be able to listen to them on that as well. >> that's right. and to celebrate our arrival on sirius, we're all going to be hosting different sirius xm channels over the coming week. i'm going classic vinyl. if you want to hear the beatles and the stones and eric clapton, check me out there. >> i'm doing the coffee house. >> i love the coffee house. i listen to them all the time. >> i'm going alt nation. alternative nation. >> and i'm doing '70s on 7. >> and today i kick things off
with the heat, a little hip pop. >> all right. cool. and speaking of hot, the hottest trend right now in men's fashion, the short suit. that's right. it's sweeping the nation thanks to mr. pharrell williams. the question is can matt get away with it? >> that is the question. >> the one they've got me wearing is a little shorter than that one. >> kind of a daisy duke look? >> what are you wearing, al? >> i'm not quite like that. i'm going different. i'm doing a more footwear kind of thing. >> surprise us. >> first let's surprise you with your weather. show you saturday. strong storms for the plains into illinois. we're looking at wet weather along the southeastern coast. showers to the southwest. mild and sunny along the west coast which will continue sunday, sunday! heat through the southern part of the country. more showers down through florida. look for sunshine making its way into the northeast. more rain in the great lakes into the plains.
sunny and 8:33 now. good morning. i'm meteorologist christina loren. these are your current temperatures right now. it's actually really nice out there. san francisco's at 60 degrees. we're at 61 in oakland. i want to show you san bruno, where we don't have very much low cloud cover leftover, but enough to keep your temperatures in the 70s at the coast. meanwhile, in the south bay, we'll hit the mid-80s and the warmest spots will be in the tri-valley and north bay where we are expecting low 90s for today. meanwhile, 84 for the peninsula. east bay, 92. it's going to get kind of warm out there, but, hey, great conditions all weekend long. we'll cool you off for the first official day of summer tomorrow by 5 to 10 degrees. savannah? >> thank you so much. we're at "today." give them a hug. >> that's a celebration. >> they're just going to get better and better. coming up, can our guys pull
off some of the greatest summer fashion trends including, yes, it's the short suit. matt lauer and his legs will be wearing it. >> we will not be able to unsee that. >> tweet us your thoughts. >> please do. >> and a concert from fall out boy. they're about to take our summer concert stage. we'll hear from them in just a few moments. this is "today" on nbc.
what about the men? well, we'll give the men some attention right now. as the weather heats up, a new trend is cropping up. the short suit popularized by pharrell williams. you can truly make it your own by pairing it with some sneakers and whether you loved it or hated it, there's pitbull's rolled up pants at the world cup opening ceremony. how does a regular guy pull off these looks? does a guy even want to? bobby thomas is here. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> are these looks we want our guys to try? >> that's the million-dollar question. most guys are afraid of change. they don't have seasonal wear like women. but these trends are really an opportunity for you to show a bit of your personality. and you have to look at them like punctuation marks. we've got to call willie out to help us. >> we have some male models, guys who hope people focus on their looks. they're here right now. first let's do the pitbull
trend. >> yes. >> and i ask you, can willie pull off this look? willie, you with your capri pants come on down. >> it's a definitive no. >> should they be tighter like pitbulls? >> and higher. hawaii go his go up here, right? >> one of my pet peeves looking at pitbull, white pants are great for guys except that pitbull's frame, he should have opted for a lower rise. willie has a pair of pants on from zara and they are the appropriate rise. >> shouldn't it be tucked in? >> honestly if guys are watching at home, if you're going to roll the bottoms, don't you want a wide leg. this slimmer leg is how you roll. >> i know you were worried about that. your legs look really slim. you don't have cankles.
>> do you have the white belt that goes with that? >> no belt. >> i think it's cool when a guy wears something that's traditionally more feminine. >> willie, you look great. we need you to stay here. now, our next trend is the short suit. and matt has -- he's been asking me a lot, do you think i could pull this off. >> can we talk about this? you see the length pants he has on? bobby, why did you give me this length? huh? what's up with this? shouldn't it be down here? then you'd have gauchos, but you also have longer legs. all of a sudden i feel a whole lot better. >> first of all, i'm going to call you out because you were excited when you told me yesterday that pharrell came up to you at a party in the hamptons. >> i saw him and he was wearing a sport jacket with shorts and i thought he looked great.
>> you said he looked fly. >> i don't think i used the word "fly." i looked at myself, i don't think i look quite as great. >> i actually think this is definitely a statement. it's all about the fabric. you want a more casual fabric, and you have to be willing to show some leg. and i have to say the shoes, a casual shoe, these are a little dressier but something like this, very -- >> savannah, for you. there you go. she wanted the real short look. >> she's will help you. they're also -- add some flavor. i just want you to say that time you spent at the tanning booth was not wasted time. good job. good job. last but not least, let's introduce the trend. the sneaker suit. >> wait, wait. >> he's cheating. >> no, not that one. the next one. you wear the suit and wear sneakers. lots of celebrities. justin timberlake and men well above the age of 25. >> i've been doing this for years. >> yeah. this is a way to make a suit less serious. i think this is the easiest
trend for guys to pull off. these are kicks from bloomingdale's, under $100. you can find leather sneakers and really great rubber soles. matt, stop laughing. you're wearing j crew. >> how much do you have to pay him to do nothing except change his shoes? >> i don't know. you guys. how do you feel? >> i thought i got the short end of the stick. >> no pun intended. >> thank you. >> i'm the new guy. how you doing? thanks. >> oh, my gosh. >> when are they going to start making them for men? >> we're going to wrap up but i think we'll spend a few more seconds just looking at you guys. have you guys ever done the catwalk? can you show us your walk? >> zoolander. >> thanks. >> all right, let's go. >> i'll stay here with bobbie. >> let's just complete this humiliation right here. >> yeah. >> very nice. >> wow, very good. go. >> willie, you're trending. no, i'm done. i'm done. i'm here with bobbie. i'm fine.
♪ the toyota concert series on "today" brought to you by toyota. i was going to say that we're excited to welcome fall out boy back to our toyota summer concert stage, but pete wentz is giving me grief about my shorts. before they rock the stage, there's a little bit about this hit group. with over 9 million albums sold, three top ten singles and a hot summer tour, grammy-nominated fall out boy has been a mainstay on the rock scene for over a decade. ♪ going down swinging
>> hailing from chicago, the quartet is made up of pete wentz, joe thereonman and andy hurley. known for their lyrics and combination of pop and punk, the band isn't afraid to take risks. now after a four-year hiatus, the band has released their new album "save rock 'n' roll" which debuted at number one on itunes in 27 countries. ladies and gentlemen, enjoy yourselves. fall out boy! ♪ ♪ whoa oh whoa oh ♪ be careful making wishes in the dark dark ♪ ♪ can't be sure
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see ♪ ♪ that you're the antidote to everything except for me me ♪ ♪ a constellation of tears on your lashes ♪ ♪ burn everything you love, then burn the ashes sno es ♪ ♪ in the end everything collides ♪ ♪ my childhood spat back out the monster that you see ♪ ♪ my songs know what you did in the dark ♪ ♪ so light 'em up up up ♪ light 'em up up up ♪ light 'em up up up ♪ i'm on fire ♪ so light 'em up up up ♪ light 'em up up up ♪ light 'em up up up ♪ i'm on fire ♪ oh whoa, oh, oh, whoa, oh oh, whoa, oh oh, whoa ♪ ♪ my songs know what you did in the dark ♪ ♪ my songs know what you did in the dark ♪
♪ so light 'em up up up ♪ light 'em up up up ♪ light 'em up up up ♪ i'm on fire ♪ so light 'em up up up ♪ light 'em up up up ♪ light 'em up up up ♪ i'm on fire ♪ oh whoa oh oh whoa oh oh whoa oh oh whoa ♪ ♪ in the dark, dark ♪ oh whoa oh oh whoa oh oh whoa oh oh whoa ♪ ♪ in the dark, dark ♪ oh whoa oh oh whoa oh oh whoa oh oh whoa ♪ >> more music in a moment from fall out boy, but first on a friday, this is "today" on nbc.
♪ fall out boy is here this morning fresh from their first concert on their u.s. tour. and the band is pete wentz, patrick stump, andy hurley. do you think you'll concentrate on this interview with matt's legs? >> pete keeps staring at me. >> any time i wear something like that i look like i'm five years old.
you look like -- >> i'm 65 years old. >> no. you can pull it off. >> thank you. meanwhile, she said fresh from a concert performance last night. you guys were on stage until, what? 10:30, 11:00? slept where? >> on the bus. we got off stage, got on the bus and drove here. and woke up and played. >> i drove the bus. no, i didn't. >> you guys are dedicated. this might be the biggest crowd we've had all summer. you have some dedicated fans. we're so happy to have you here. what's it like being on the u.s. tour? >> it's exciting. we love u.s. tours. it's where we're from, you know? >> we have the pyro and the fun stuff. >> so when you spend all this time on the road together, 35 cities, point who has the oddest habits on the road? >> i'm happy to take it. i'll take it.
why not? >> you want to elaborate on that, pete? >> i don't know. >> i feel like you roll out of bed at around 3:00 p.m. >> very nocturnal. >> trying to get up before it's dark. >> you guys are touring with paramore. >> they're a healthy competition. they're friendly. we're excited to have them on tour. it's awesome. >> it's great to do -- it's great to play after or play with them. >> we like being with a band that challenges us to raise the bar. >> any trash talking? >> no trash talking yet. >> not yet. we'll get there. >> what are you going to play now? >> i think we'll play the new sing single. ♪
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♪ we are we are >> fall out boy. than good friday morning to you. it is 8:56 now. i'm laura garcia-cannon. 11-year-old golfing phenom, lucy li will be back on the linux in an hour for round two of the u.s. women's open. she's the youngest ever to qualify for the u.s. women's open. she'll have to play a little better today if she hopes to make the cut. a quick programming note. you can watch tonight's giant's game right here on nbc bay area.
they are going to take on the arizona diamondbacks, hoping to break out of that major slump they've been in. the team has lost eight of its last nine games. our coverage starts at 6:30. christina will have a look at your forecast in just a few minutes during the "today" show. another local news update for you in about half an hour. hope to see you then. in the meantime, have a great friday morning.
from nbc news. this is today's take with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist. live from studio 1a. >> look at that crowd. >> people are stretched down the street around the block. crazy. >> they have good bands. >> it's friday morning, june 20, 2014, the last full day of spring. >> you know the other reason they're hanging out? they're hoping for another look at willie geist trying the new pit bull look. >> everybody is wearing those. >> i love the walk. you're restricted.
those white boats on your feet. >> the shirt in the back trying to cover your bum. >> tucked in the front and -- >> like a mull let. >> the white loafers look like two sailboats. >> imagine chasing your kids in that? >> i don't think it's all that bad. #orange room. >> i don't mind -- >> you mean on willie? >> on willie it looks good. on pit bull it was too short and too tight. >> he wore it here. i've got the long torso going. >> you've got the body for it. you have a better body for that style than pit bull. >> i said for that said of willie's body. >> you are both very nice. >> we're trying to figure out a way.
it's not you. >> thank you. >> i just went with the shoes. the pants with the sneaker look. >> they're cool. >> are they comfy? >> they're comfy. >> i'm sitting in this outfit wondering what al is going to wear. he comes out in these shirts. >> did you keep the pants? >> they've been returned. >> they're going to the smi signatu smithsonian. great moments in tv. kyle carpenter received the letter yesterday. he's the only living member. he jumped on a grenade to shield a marine. he lost an eye, part of his jaw. he's undergone more than 30
surgeries. he was in the hospital like two and a half years. yesterday president obama had well deserved words of the praise for the retired marine and got a few laughs as well. >> kyle you not only saved your brother in arms, you displayed heroism in the blink of an eye. kyle doesn't hide his scars. he's proud of them and the service they represent. and he tells me this, and i'm just quoting him. he says the girls definitely like them. so he's working an angle on this thing. i wasn't sure if i was supposed to say that in front of mom. >> corporal carpenter's twitter handle is chicks dig scars. it's one thing he did in service. listen what he's done since the
injury. he's run a marathon, went sky diving, completed a tough mudder competition and now a full time student at the university of south carolina. >> he jumped on a grenade to save a fellow soldier that's still recovering. >> amazing. bravery. absolutely amazing. nothing says community like get off my lawn. that's my favorite thing to say. it's crazy. a kansas family thought they'd do the right thing by doing a community project based on books. so the grandfather of a beautiful little boy decided to put a bookshelf together. that bookshelf for that cutie on the front lawn. their idea was take a book, leave a book on a park bench. people can sit down and borrow a book. isn't that a cute idea? that's what we talk about not knowing neighbors. they decided to get to know neighbors. look how cute with his smile and cut off shorts here's the
problem. the city code where they live threatened the family with a daily fine of $25 because two people complained. now they say they empathize with the family and think it's a good idea. but two people -- let us know who you are -- complained because of the code. they say it's detached structure and that's not allowed within the city guidelines. the family has got to take it down. here we are. >> the kid is out there encouraging the love of reading. >> and bringing neighbors together. >> yeah. >> well obviously not all neighbors. the good thing spencer we believe is going to try to persuade the city council or board at a meeting coming up next week i believe. perhaps he can teach them community is sharing and a book is a good thing. >> i think we should go. >> he has it in his garage in the meantime.
look how cute he is. take a book, leave a book. it's tastefully done, adorable. books aren't going to get wet. there's a roof over it. it doesn't litter the community. >> do the right thing city council. >> it's their lawn, private property. this is terrible. >> i don't understand how they can -- >> some city ordinances have it where you can only have certain sheds and structures. >> i would like to read the complaints from the two people. two children encouraging raiding and community on the lawn. >> the other one is the guy who lived with mr. wilson. >> dennis the menace. there you go with that. >> that idea about read and sharing. >> let's fix this. easy. here's an interesting concept. tell us what you think about
this. willie you fast returned your pants. have you bought a piece of clothing with intention to wear it once to give it a test drive and perhaps you didn't like it and return it right away? >> you buy it then take it back. >> if it doesn't look good when i get home. >> that's different than wearing it. jeans are the hardest thing to buy outside a swimsuit. buy it in the store and take it home and you don't wear it on the town and say i broke it in. >> there's a japanese company that's now allowing -- it's part of their policy. you try before you buy. you can wear it, take up to three pieces of clothing. wear it for the day if you want. then bring it back before closing time. it hopes with the idea of this it will persuade shoppers from returning the items much long after they're purchased. i guess the question is this an idea that could catch on here?
who knows? a lot of people maybe do that any way. my concern is that clothes getting returned after being worn all day, sweaty pits and all -- >> do they steam it or anything? >> color fades and -- >> you can't see sweat. >> they don't wash it. >> i don't want to see that with the tag back on it then. >> are you both telling me -- maybe you haven't done it -- you don't know a woman that bought a dress and worn it to an event and returned it monday. >> i do know people that have done that. >> i was sitting behind a woman and i could see the tag. i was like -- >> tuck that back in. >> did you tell pher? >> no. i was embarrassed. i worked at a lingerie. we would see women try it on without undergarments.
it's like you have to buy that. >> let's move on. al roker was on with seth last night. y'all talked about the emphasis morning you slept in. >> something happened to you that never happened before in all years doing this. you overslept? >> i overslept. my alarm went off. i hit snooze. i never got up again. i shouldn't say never got up. this would be the afterlife. it looks great. >> i never got up again. >> is this the pearly gate? >> i'm dead. >> did you return the suit you wore? >> this is my suit. >> the tag coming out of that? >> it's got my name in it in case i forget. >> that looks amazing. >> first of all staff is terrific, he's terrific. the show is a lot of fun. >> she's doing a great job.
>> he's doing great. what's going on outside? >> the good news is you can use this forecast as long as you want. then bring it back. >> nice. we'll keep it. >> we are looking at flash flood wa watches and warnings minnesota throughout iowa. expecting river flooding because we're looking at more showers and thunderstorms popping in the area as we make our way through along the day. systems develop, redevelop and bring heavy rain especially central and northern minnesota, far go, duluth, indianapolis. rainfall amounts one to two inches. as you get to appalachians and parts of western virginia 9:10 now. happy friday, bay area. beautiful conditions out there. all across the board right now,
it is going to get hot later on today. if you have outdoor plans you're trying to take care of, the earlier you do so, the more comfortable it will be. 63 degrees in san jose right now. we're at 69 in concord. headed towards a pretty comfortable day, but i've got to tell you, it will be warm out there, everywhere expect for right by the water. san jose showing you hazy sunshine. we're going to be up to about 84 degrees. you'll hit 72 in the city and 92 out in the north bay. >> it's cold in here. >> freezing. that's your latest weather. >> thanks a lot al. the hilarious talk show coast coming to netflix. and which music super star posted this picture with her new best friend. the music is the hint. you hear it? ♪ ♪ >> is that chris? >> he's waxing his armsarms. >> we've got your ticket to hollywood right after this.
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all right. chelsea heads to netflix, tim mcgraw opens up about his past addictions, and there's a new destiny's child on the way. >> here with your ticket to hollywood. good morning. >> good to see you. >> let's launch into the buzz around chelsea handler with what's she's going to do after she leaves e. >> she's going to go and to a standup special and then a late night talk show that should be starting around 2016. the interesting thing about that late night talk show is netflix is looking to reimagine and revamp the whole format for an online demand generation. that's going to be interesting. it's never been done. and will it work is probably the question. >> i think so.
>> all right. more star power to mention. tim mcgraw has opened up in a new issue of men's health magazine and he talks about his years when he was drinking too much. and how much faith hill really helped him get through that time. right? >> yeah. basically he admitted that he was partying and drinking a little too much. so faith came up to him and said listen, it's either the booze or us. he has four good reasons why to say no. faith and the three little girls. he basically exchanged the booze for working out. now he has this crazy eight pack on the cover of the magazine. i've been trying to get that back for the last 20 years. seriously. >> all right, so let's hang in the country music genre. photo proves taylor swift has a new special someone in her life. >> and it's not a man. it's this beautiful white kitty that she is calling olivia benson. some of you might be familiar with the name since it's the
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>> great to see you do the yoga but she also has the best ab work out of all time. it is fantastic. last but not least, we have a sneak peek of the new family drama "the judge." let's take a look at this. >> sheriff wyatt. it's regarding your father. >> you just happened to run him over? >> found traces of blood on your dad's car. >> i sat on the bench of the courtroom for 40 years. this was an accident, period. >> we need to establish a firm defense. >> there's no we here, henry. >> looks good. >> this has an academy award cast with robert duvall, billy bob thornton. and the movie's basically about robert downey jr. playing a lawyer whose father he has a really bad relationship with but he's a judge suspected of murder. the question is will the son lawyer defend the father judge. the great thing about this is
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a very good friday morning to you. 9:26. i'm laura garcia-cannon. a three-hour amber alert in the south bay has been called off. 8-year-old helena va lensio carrillo was taken from the santa clara area late last night. she was dropped off at the sunnyvale police department three hours later. now, officers are lacki ilookin her alleged kidnapper, jose valencia. no word on the connection between her and the girl. the car he used was found abandoned in sunnyvale shortly after that amber alert was issued. investigators are looking for evidence to figure out the cause of a grass fire that destroyed two homes in the san jose foothills. neighbors say they first saw smoke coming from a vacant home yesterday afternoon. the flames quickly spread to another house and surrounding brush. people who live in the
neighborhood were prepared, making sure they had defensible space around their homes. it was close to the 680/280 interchange in the east foothills. 17 fire department engines jumped on the fire, hitting it from the air and the ground, taking it down. we'll have a look at weather and traffic right after this break.
welcome back now. good-looking day shaping up. temperatures mostly in the 60s right now. san francisco's at 64 degrees. as we head throughout the afternoon, your temperatures are going to end up a little bit on the warm side, but not too bad. we're not talking about anything above 95 degrees. 92 for the east bay today. 92 out in the north bay. you'll hit about 86 degrees in the south bay. and, yeah, we are looking towards a warm first day of summer, but we'll drop the temperatures by about 5 to 10 degrees as we head through that first official day, getting into tomorrow. that solstice arrives at 3:50 in the morning. your seven-day forecast shows you we are going to warm you up. let's switch gears and get to your drive this morning. we don't have any accidents to
report. everything is free and clear at this hour and the lights are off at the bay bridge toll plaza. good thing is, 101 and 87, both back up to speed after a couple of earlier accidents. right on time on both highways. back to you, laura. >> good news. thanks so much, christina. another update in half an hour. in the meantime, have a great day and fantastic weekend as well.
. welcome back to "today" on a beautiful friday morning here in new york city. june the 20th, 2014. i'm willie along with al, natalie, and tamron. we've all sat through the safety speech on a plane. one southwest flight attendant decided to shake things up a bit on a recent flight. >> i'm going to be wearing when we get to a hotel hot tub tonight. now, folks, if you don't like the jokes or the service today there are six ways out of this airplane. you feel free to use them. for those of you traveling with your children, why? and for those of you traveling with two of your children, what in the world were you thinking? but when those masks fall, put
the mask on the bright one. that one's going to contribute to your retirement most successfully. and one final message for you. ♪ we love you ♪ you love us ♪ we're much faster than the bus ♪ ♪ we hope you enjoy our hospitality ♪ ♪ marry one of us and you'd fly free ♪ now, folks, you've got three hours and 30 minutes to think about that proposal. but you need to know one of us is a little higher maintenance than the other two. >> he's been working on that routine a long time. >> his name is robert baker. he's been with southwest since 2005. >> spectacular. >> go to today.com. >> al's face is great. we had a very animated pilot on our flight. as we passed philadelphia, he said passing the city of brotherly love -- al was like okay i've had enough of this. >> this routine is four minutes, apparently. >> making me cry.
>> it got some laughs. >> it's effort. >> who really sits there and listens to that? >> he's trying something different. you know, the delta safety shake shake shake, this guy's doing a live performance. >> and he has on matt lauer's shorts. >> and your shoes. >> it's fantastic. >> it's great. >> you know, could we rack up willie walking along that? that is just the gift that keeps giving. willie in the capri pants. risk of some strong storms from the central illinois area all the way into the plains. out west it is toasty. we've got a little dancing cactus in the southwest. sunday sunday! a lot of us going to be inside watching the u.s. -- team usa versus portugal world cup match. sunshine to the northeast. rain down through florida.
showers in the great lakes into the plains. and again sunny and warm all the hey, happy friday, my friends. you made it and we have a gorgeous and gorgeous day. if you're getting out there right now. it's going to be a little bit hot as we continue on through the afternoon hours. expecting your numbers to reach into the 90s as a result of very little low cloud cover. you see that here over san bruno. now i want to show you the difference in san francisco, where you can actually make out the coastal mountains. our cameras shaking a little bit from time to time, as we're getting enough of that wind to keep your temperatures in the 70s, in san francisco today, versus 86 here in the south bay. today's real estate is brought to you by quicken loans. for a mortgage experience that's engineered to amaze. >> and now to some smart home-selling strategies. more than a third of all home sales happen right now between
may and july. we've got sure fire ways to help you get top dollar. >> nicole curtis is a guest judge for "flipping the block." good morning. >> good morning. >> let's get to the first o rule of thumb. the first impression is the only impression. you're talking about curb appeal. >> most will check out your house online before they even drive by. when they do drive by, you want it fresh, appealing. and something as simple as throwing up some flowers really quick. $20 worth of fresh flowers outside makes a huge difference. >> when people go online now, they expect to see pictures. how many should you have? >> as many as your listing will allow. most mls listings let you put as many as 18. even if your home is small, do decorative photos. like a closeup of a tree in the back yard or flowers on the front porch. you know, more is more in this aspect. you want to do as many as you can. >> we have a before home here.
this is the before the curb appeal. >> it's not the worst looking house, but just a little freshening up. >> okay. let's look after. when it's a little bit cleaned up here. much better. >> just a pop of color makes a huge impression. also dark colors especially in the bright isn't make people think your home is a little more expensive. >> let's take the home out of the house. get rid of photos, memorabilia. how do you -- do you put it in storage? >> you know that wonderful family photo you took on the bridge years ago? take it out. you want people to focus on your home, not your pictures. and if you have family photos up, they will stare at your photos all day long and not pay attention to anything else. also, you don't want them to know your personal business. always take them out. >> let them imagine they put their life in that home there. >> the key to selling your home is about 32 rubber maid containers. pack it up. you're moving anyways, just start cleaning it out now. >> a beach bedroom here.
>> this is a perfect example of too much personal touch in your home. you want a neutral palate. you want people to envision themselves living here. i don't think anyone would want to live right there, but, you know. >> unless it's right by the beach. >> even then it's too much. theme bedrooms are not a good selling point. >> we have a more neutral bedroom as you see. i guess it's a living room. >> yes. so again, even if you have kids and dogs and everything else, clear all of that out. for showings you want it to look like a model home. >> that looks amazing. next, you say you're not selling yourself, you're selling the kitchen. if your kitchen could use new appliances and all of that, is it worth spending the money even if you're putting it on the market. >> look at your market value. if you have a home worth $150,000, you're not going to drop 20 grand to sell it. just decluttering is huge. simple things like changing out a faucet makes a huge difference. this one's a little bit more of
an e will be rat scheme. you're always going to get the money out of your kitchen and people want to walk in. they always think kitchens are expensive to remodel. if that's done for them, they're like something off our list. >> and last but not least, people like to think there's a lot of storage in the house. how do you give that impression? >> again, get your stuff out. you're already moving. the time to pack is before you list your home. >> this would scare anyone. >> this is scary, yes. you want to clear it out. wood hangers are great accents. people think it's more expensive. they're very, very inexpensive. and clear it out. >> all right. well, nicole, great advice. thank you. coming up next from dining to shopping, how to avoid the tourist traps in popular ♪ ♪ ♪
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from world war ii of the u.s. sailor and his nurse there. >> big anniversary of that. cool. move out west to venice beach, california. what's the biggest attraction out there? >> the best thing you can do is free. the people watching. from the boardwalk. it's eccentric, over the top. the muscle beach and the venice beach skate park. it's all free to enjoy. rent a bike to $10 an hour and there's lots of great paths all the way from marina del rey up to malibu. so you won't spend a bunch there. >> look out for avid kinney boulevard. >> it's where locals go to eat, dine, and shop and hang out. you can really take advantage of the artisinal restaurants. the farmers markets. baristas will be making exquisite coffees. >> all right.
let's go to the vegas strip. i don't recommend walking the strip in the summer because it's 126 degrees outside. >> they have misters. >> they do. how do you begin to tackle vegas? >> vegas is pricey. everyone comes and they expect that you're going to be a high roller. if you're looking for dining options in vegas, there are a lot of affordable ones. and many of them can be found at the link. it's the newest entertainment district in vegas. there's a lot of affordable eats in las vegas. there's everything there. you'll have enough cash left over to take a spin on the high roller. it's vegas' -- it's the largest ferris wheel in the world. 550 feet tall. tickets about $20 per person. >> people still love the buffets there. >> sounds different than when i go to vegas. >> willie doesn't see the sun. >> courtney, great to see you. thank you. coming up next, they're here to save rock and roll. another song from fall out boy. right after this. ♪
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they've added something where you can tip digitally afterwards. this is a new thing with a lot of those apps. it has a lot of people wondering whether you should tip or whether it's a guilt tip. we're going to talk to experts. i was happy when i learned we were going to do this. not that i don't believe tipping for good service. i grew up waiting tables. but where does it end and begin? >> yeah. >> and who do you tip and who do not not half to tip. >> al, you got my tip the other day, right? >> yes. you know what? >> what? >> i got a tip. it's a great day for a birthday. >> that's right. >> especially if you're in our control room. and you happen to be our producer. happy birthday! >> wheel in the cake. >> delivered right to you. >> there you go. happy birthday. >> make a wish. >> smell that cake. >> there's nobody behind her to
denard is said to have pulled the trigger. the prosecution said the men were trying to get revenge on a rival gang when the toddler was shot. lawyers expect the redwood city woman accused here of drive drunk and crashing into a couple to be back in court today. investigators say in october, margerie rifle's blood alcohol level was more than twice the legal limit when she hit and killed ballbier singh and callmeier kor as they walked their dog. she is in custody on a $2 million bail. as you are probably aware, it's friday, and it's a possible beach day, depending on where in the bay area you live. >> that's right, sam. it's going to be nice at the beach. 72 degrees in san francisco is a nice-looking day. back out here live on the weather wall, we're going to see comfortable conditions, up to 92 degrees in the east bay. the peninsula is at 84 degrees for today and 86 degrees in the south bay. looking good there, as we officially kick off summertime tomorrow, get ready for the
longest day of the year. 14 hours and 47 minutes of daylight coming your way for tomorrow. and we're actually going to cool you off for the first official day of summer and warm you back up as we meet back here next week. let's switch gears and get to your drive. 280, not the way to go if you're headed the northbound this morning up the peninsula. serious crash has cleared, that was northbound 280 at el monte, but delays backed up to 85. so right now you'll save yourself a good deal of time if you're headed the northbound on 101, typically that's not the case, but you'll save 15 minutes over 280 this morning. sam, back to you. >> christina breaking up the boat graphic there, holding no punches for you. we will be back with another check of your news, weather, and traffic coming up in 25 short minutes. see you then.
announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb. >> it's try day friday. congratulations, you got to the end of the workweek unless you are a pastor, then you have to work. it's june 20th and we are so excited you are with us today. >> happy friday, everybody. >> yes. >> what's going on hody woman? >> it's friday and i'm happy about that. >> i'm thrilled. >> i have something i want to say to everybody. you are probably not aware of it because you live in la la land
but we are today, 50 days away from you turning 50. today is the day that -- >> what? >> yes. >> we are not belaboring -- >> yes. >> it's not today! >> it's 50 days from today. >> we are going to celebrate the not out of this. >> did you say 50 days? >> till 50. >> that's two months. >> it's 50 days. you are not alone. you are in very, very good company. sandra bullock, david spade, laurie locklynn, trisha yearwood marisa tomei. we want all of you to help hoda turn 50. go to klgandhoda.com and encourage her as she turns the big, awesome, 50. >> you know what?
can i say something? there's a teeny window of time before i hit 50. i was going to enjoy those 50 days, now they are ruined. okay. >> like joe an said, no. we are going to start celebrating up to your 50th birthday. >> we have a beautiful lady that just had a birthday yesterday. happy birthday to jaime. they are getting married. >> july 4th. >> yes, people are watching the show. here is the drill. when you have your phone at dinner and you are out, people have different rules of phone etiquette. >> it seems rude, but it's taking over our culture t. wall street journal has the new rules for phones at the table. here we go. if a phone is on the dinner table, it must be face down. >> no checking your phone under the table. >> hey, kath, what?
>> she's good at that. here is the thing, if you are not allowed to look at the phone why should it be allowed on the table? now we are going to tell you. >> if they need to send an emergency text or e-mail, everyone else can, too. oh my god, i forgot to text my baby sitter. then everyone can pick up their phone and send a quick one. >> who was the guy in the movie, google it. >> i think that should be allowed. >> only one googling. everyone starts goggling and everything starts. >> only parents whose small children are at home with them, with baby sitters and such are allowed to keep smartphones face up. >> if the sitter calls, everybody is allowed to look at their phone for three minutes. >> i think it's too long.
not three minutes, it's a minute. >> rules do not apply to lunch. you changed me on lunch. i used to not eat lunch. i would eat on the go. >> i love lunch. >> we have three-hour lunches. >> you are so tired you want to go to bed. >> anyway. are you records making a comeback? >> no. this is cool. here is the thing. you played vinyl records. >> i played them, then i made them. >> and sold them. >> no, they are still in my garage. jack white from the white stripe, you know who he is, released a solo album on vinyl and sales have soared. >> you would think people don't have record players. they sold 11,000 copies. that's the biggest vinyl release since 1991. >> have they been making them all along? >> no, they haven't.
>> one lonely guy is saying yeah, they did. he probably has all of them. this is when i was making them hoda. >> when? >> back in the stone age. >> oh. >> off the record, barney. >> right. >> who is that swinging down the street? >> that was awesome. >> that was me recording. we had a duet out. i have james taylor from sweet baby james. ♪ i have seen fire and i have seen rain ♪ >> beautiful and care king's tapestry. >> nothing like the sound of putting the needing down. when your parents got the automatic one and it just plopped down. >> magic. >> one thing my brother and i used to do. we each had one lp, i had "love will keep us together." that was my favorite. so good. and my brother had philadelphia
freedom. we take the record player outside with an extension cord. there was a box over us, we got in the box and on top it read which song would you like to hear? put 25 cents in and say outloud philadelphia freedom or "love will keep us together." we were in the jute box and i would play it. it was so exciting. i still remember it. we got quarters that came in. this is the best thing we ever did. >> how much did you make, $1.50? >> it was the thrill of waiting for someone to walk by. >> wow, what a childhood you had. time for try day friday. >> i love it. bob was in trouble. oh, yeah. he forgot his wedding anniversary. his wife was really, really angry. she told him, tomorrow morning, i expect to find a gift in the
drive way that goes from zero to 200 in six seconds and it better be there. the next morning he got up for work. when she woke up, she looked out the window and sure enough, there was a box gift wrapped in the middle of the driveway. confused she went outside brought it in the house. she opened it and found a brand-new bathroom scale. bob's been missing since friday. >> i love it. >> i like that one. >> are we going to try our try day? >> we do, we do. >> this is exciting. there is a wine case, yes, it holds wine and they say it can with stand, if you drop it, drop the bottom of wine, we don't, but others do. they say it can with stand dropping a bowling ball. we don't know if it works. we are going to take some baseball bats to the wine
bottle. i hope it's not your wine. don't say my wine. you are supposed to say my stuff. >> careful. wait, let me try one. >> that can't be true. >> ooh. >> mine doesn't have a cork. >> let's look at it. did it break? >> what if it all gushes out? >> how do you open it? >> just pull it out. >> oh, my gosh. >> wow! wow! >> i'm taking this home. thank you very much. >> that was awesome, good to know if you ever want to beat up your wine that it's not going to break. these are great. by the way, that thing is 50 bucks if you are interested. >> this one isn't. >> this is more than that. in style does handbag awards. they have unveiled the winner
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>> okay, you know what? no. honey, i'm totally fine if we don't. >> how do you address your issues to reconnect with your partner? dr. lauren is author of "love, sex again". >> and a licensed therapist and founder of screen free institute. we'll let that one alone. >> good to see you both. >> it is a problem. we are living longer. >> that's right. >> if we are still in a marriage, all of a sudden, you are celebrating your 70th wedding anniversary. >> intimacy is something you are so busy you don't have time to take care of it. >> we have to recognize there's a cycle throughout our lives. in your 20s, it's all about sex all the time. in your 30s, it's sex with a purpose because you are trying to make a baby. in your 40s, you see the bed and want to go to sleep.
in your 50s, it gets interesting. hopefully you are in the crowd that says kiss is gone, we used to like sex, let's reconnect. all too often, it doesn't happen. >> in your 60s, you say did we ever have sex? >> a lot of people wonder what is a healthy amount of sex to have in a long relationship, what do you think the numbers show anything? >> there's no magic number. you have to have enough that it doesn't get stale but not so much that it's ridiculous. >> appealing to thousands and thousands of people. >> people -- a lot of times people get in a rut where they don't want sex. you talk about biological issues where women don't want sex. a lot of times, they just don't want sex with him or the type of sex they have been having. >> they want something else. >> we talk about sex we are not
talking intercourse. with older couples, they might be very sexual, but don't fall into the traditional definition. >> interesting. >> it's a different kind of intimacy. >> we wondered how often people are having sex. that's what we care about. 6% said every day. >> what? >> they are lying. >> 25% said three to five times per week. 52% said one to two times on a good week. and 17% said who can remember the last time? >> it's how you define sex. are we being sexual? if i'm not sexual with her every day, i'm failing as a husband. it dunlt mean intercourse. we have a romantic connection first. we can be lovers and best friends, but only in that order. >> people confuse love with sex. >> you have to look at the age. that's so important. if you call a bunch of 20-year-olds, it's different
than 50 and 60. the purpose of sex is reproduction and we are not reproducing in the 50s and 60s so the libido does slow down. >> have a date night, do x and y. >> that's why i wrote love sex again. it didn't help to take a bubble bath and have date night if when you do try to have sex, it feels like sandpaper in your vagina. >> that is unfortunate. we were doing well until then. >> karen from baltimore is across the street with a question. help us. >> i'm karen from baltimore, maryland. i'm a police officer and i work midnights. when i get home, we have seven children. i was wondering how to have intimate time during the craziness and scheduling with the children. >> she's had enough.
come on. >> oh, honey. >> she wants to have more intimacy in her life. any advice? >> you have to make it a priority. when? you know what -- also, i'll say we need an s.o.s., a scheduled orgasm session. >> a lot going on here. a lot happening here. >> have the kids figured out what that means? >> i hope not. >> lock the door. get rid of them. part of it is the insomnia issue with someone this busy and operating on two minutes of sleep. if you get time off, you want to sleep. it's such an important point people don't address. >> we hope you have learned something to apply to your personal life. thank you guys. >> thanks, guys. does your motorcycling neighbor think he's the leader of the pack? >> how to keep the noise down
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have you ever felt overwhelmed and stressed out about life and aren't sure how to take that step forward? >> we have a life coach here with answers to questions about getting your life on track. we love you ladies. >> shall we get start snd we have a young woman across the street with a question. >> hi, this is kathy from long island. my question is this, my husband works -- my husband is retired and i work full time. he would like to spend all our free time together, which is a good thing. but, sometimes i need time for myself. how do i make time for me without hurting him and/or feeling guilty? >> she wants me time. your husband retired young. >> i can definitely relate to this one. my husband retired and all of a sudden, he has free time. my advice to her is, definitely
sit down and have a conversation with him. tell him you really love and appreciate he wants to spend all his time with you, but you need to have some free time to work and also to relax. so, just be honest, have a conversation with him. >> don't hurt his feelings. >> you think that's the best way to go? >> it's a great way to go. you have to acknowledge your life changed so dramatically because you were going to work every day and had this work life. let's think about the things you like to do that don't involve me and plan that together. he needs to feel he's still a part of your life but you also need time on your own. >> make dates. >> they can make dates. >> she is going to feel guilty. that's okay. you can feel guilty. a little guilt never hurt anybody. >> i like guilt. i'm really fond of shame. >> here is a question, i'm feeling stuck in my life. i'm unmote vaited about my job. i'm a mom and juggling
responsibility, ignoring my own needs and i end up frustrated. >> and your whole family is unhappy. >> this is a tag from the other one. shees not taking care of herself. take care of yourself and keep -- she's juggling a lot of balls. the one that has to stay there will present her from becoming resentful and frustrated and take it out on everyone else. >> so many people rely on you. >> you do one thing at a time. what were you going to say? >> do one thing at a time, set your priorities. maybe you are trying to do all these things and can't do one thing right. figure out what you have to do first, then it will give you free time. >> if you are frustrated in your job, find something you want to do, dedicate 10% of your time and 10% of your money toward that other thing so you don't feel frustrated. it's a great suggestion. this woman is looking for a job and looking to improve her life because she wants to go to
school. that's a positive action. she needs to remember that positive place she wants to be. >> we have time for a quick one. angie is 32 and single. i work full time, all my friends and family are married and have kids. i am trying to meet guys but i'm spro verted. >> find groups of things you like to do. what is fun for you? are you in a church group, spinning classes. >> zumba. >> right, start shaking it. >> she is introverted. when someone is introverted, going into a group is a horrible thing. so, a lot of people who give advice about what to do are extroverts and doesn't understand. i like to suggest to people do it in a small amount of time, then relax. you have to recharge your batteries when it's hard for you
to do that. go with a friend. understand there are limits. you can meet people doing anything as long as your best belt is what you put out there. >> if you have an open mind and smile. >> thank you, ladies, we appreciate it. >> cute. adorable. >> what's bugging you? >> insect bites and other outdoor problems. first, this is "today" on nbc.
we spend more time outdoors and enjoying the weather, long walks and grilling, we have to deal with the bug bites. >> here with what you need to know is dr. v. >> that's what i call her. >> we do. >> let's start with the stuff out there in the wilderness. poison ivy and poison oak. >> aufg stuff. we have it in our garden, we have pets that brush up against
it. >> if it's in their dander, it's easy to spread, isn't it? >> the toxin that is on the plant leaf is not water soluble. you can't rinse it off with water. use rubbing alcohol or soap to get it off. say i have it on my clothes, if i hug you, i can spread it to you. take your clothes off, you are using a strong astringent to get it off. >> you have to be able to identify it to know what it is. >> there's a joke, everyone says leaves of three stay away. that is absolutely true. if you see a leaf that has three clovers or anything, stay away. >> mosquitoe bites is another one. when you get bitten, i say i have a mosquitoe bite but i don't know. >> a lot of us, in this area, we are getting mosquitoe bites. they just sprayed for them. they are pesky. most of us aren't going to get
west nile from them. i have strong reactions to them. they are attracted to dark clothing, alcohol, perfume, sweat, pregnant women. >> they love -- >> really, pregnant women? >> different blood types. the important thing to do is treat the itchy symptoms. if you have a fever or rash that started, see a doctor about it. >> you know, speaking of that, remember last year i didn't see a doctor for the longest time because i had a bee sting. within a couple days, i looked like i had elephantitis. >> a lot of people are highly allergic to them. >> that's what i had. >> you get everything. >> it was hideous. it may be a bee sting, but maybe not, a wasp or yellow jacket. if you have swelling like that, you need to see someone right
away. for most of us, if you get a bee sting, what you should do, this is interesting. don't use tweezers to pick off the tweezer. there's a venom sack and you can keep injecting venom in your skin. use a credit card or your fingernail with a straight end to scratch it off. >> i never leave it at home. >> spiders, how do you know if you have been bitten by one? >> you may not know until a couple hours later. a couple spiders you need to watch out for. in the midwest, look out for the black widow. everyone's heard about it, but may not know what it looks like. i's got like an hourglass. >> and the red spot. >> if you get bit, what do you do? >> it will look like fangs. you may not have symptoms until 15 minutes or an hour later.
if you have those symptoms, see a doctor. >> you could die from one, can't you, if you are that allergic to them? >> black widows aren't as severe. a brown recluse, if you get bitten, go to an emergency room. >> thank you. >> we have a big week next week. valerie bertinelli, jason priestley. ak oliv >> olivia. >> unbelievable. have a great weekend. see you monday.
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and a good friday morning to you. thanks for joining us. i'm sam brock. >> and i'm kris sanchez. we're learning new details this morning about a south bay amber alert. the alleged abductor is now being called an attempted murder suspect. derek shore is live at sunnyvale police headquarters. derek, you just talked with investigators. why do they say he's now considered an attempted murderer? >> reporter: yeah, kris. all of this coming to light in the last few minutes, indeed. they say this was not only a kidnapping, but it was an attempted murder. take a look at the suspect we are talking about. he is jose luis valencia, and he's suspected of going to the 500 block of britton, where he allegedly tried to kill his