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we're live at the courthouse. and down to a dozen. basketball's march madness in the home stretch as the nation's top seed gets revenge. with an exclamation point as ucla and gonzaga get set to face off today, friday, march 27, 2015. >> announcer: 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. 7:00 in the morning out on the west coast. we've got a lot going on. let's get to our top story, disturbing new information about the co-pilot who prosecutors say intentionally crashed that plane in the french alps. >> there is evidence that not only he was suffering from an illness but that he ignored a doctor's note to miss work on
the very day of the crash. he's got this investigation covered from germany to france and also on the possible changes this could lead to for airlines. katy tur we want to start with you and what prosecutors are saying. good morning. >> reporter: prosecutors have released findings of what they were able to find within his childhood home, also his dusseldorf apartment. they did not find evidence of a suicide note, no evidence that he was claiming responsibility for this crash. also no evidence of religious or political affiliation. they did find evidence that he was suffering an illness, they wouldn't say what sort of illness, but german media is widely reporting he was suffering from depression. they found doctors notes, excusing him from work including a doctor's note excuseing him from work the day that he crashed that plane officials say. they say that he was not supposed to be at work that day, and that he was defying a doctor's order.
also that he was hiding all of this from his employer, that's why lufthansa did not see evidence of this. the co-workers never told officials they saw evidence of this, there was no report that something seemed to be wrong with him before this crash. >> i know you are there in his hometown talking to people. what are they saying about this young man? >> reporter: much the same, that they didn't see anything wrong, that he was polite, fun, we spoke to the neighbors. they were shocked. we spoke to the people that knew him from his flight club he joined. he was nice, enjoyed flying. they didn't see evidence of depression but those close to him we're hearing did see evidence of depression including a potential crisis in his personal life, potential issue or breakup with a girlfriend. nbc news has not been able to confirm that but that's what's being reported here in german media. they are also going to look at the training he was training, a break from his training in 2009
for some time, they are going to look at why he took this break, for how long and how serious it was. right now they are trying to find out if the this was all premeditated or if he just decided to crash this plane in the middle of this flight. >> either way, devastating consequences. katy tur on the investigation, thank you. >> let us turn to keir simmons near the crash site in france. good morning to you. >> reporter: matt, good morning. wear hearing that the families of the victims have given a dna sample to help in the identification process. the fbi has launched its own independent investigation because three of the victims were american, also because of reports that the co-pilot received some training in america. we hear that the family of the co-pilot are here in france. andreas lubitz suffering from a crisis according to german newspapers. on the mountain in france the
remains of the 14 nun people he allegedly killed covered by yellow tarps, a pain staking search for clues and identify the victims. >> everything that can help us. >> reporter: personal possessions, jewelry, clothes. >> that's it. >> reporter: among the relatives were the co-pilot's family pulled aside and told he caused the crash. and an immediate consequence following america's lead assuring two people are always in the cockpit. lubitz locked the door, the prosecutor says, using controls like those seen in this airbus video. disabling the door's key pad, preventing his fellow pilot from reentering. the black boxle reveals-y programmed the plane's deadly decent. recorded the screams of passengers in the final minutes. they were innocent people this relative said. if lubitz was ill the company should have been aware.
the families were brought to the bottom of the mountain. >> this may be as close as they can get. their loved ones final resting place. stars and stripes for the three americans killed, the third victim robert oliver, named last night. the european airlines now adopting the two people in the cockpit rule, airlines from norway, iceland and the canadian transportation minister says airlines there will adopt that rule from now on but matt, it's too late for the people on board the flight that crashed in the mountains behind me. >> keir simmons, thank you very much. greg is a former ntsb investigator, good morning to you. >> good morning, matt. >> so what we're hearing from these investigators is that this guy hid an illness from his employer, although they are not saying what that illness was. that he had a doctor's notes
excusing him from work or shouldn't work that every covered the day he intentionally crashed this the plane. the take away is if a pilot has a physical or mental condition, it doesn't seem that hard to hide it from an airline. >> that's right, matt, because the medical examiner that typically does these medicals even in the united states is not an employee of the company. and in this case lufthansa or germanwings, so this pilot would go in, he has his own personal physician which is separate from his ame or his aeromedical physical so his personal physician will prescribe drugs and do examinations and develop findings that aren't necessarily reported either to his ame and not reported unless the pilot does so, to the company. >> and that's the way it is here in the united states. a pilot goes through a physical and emotional evaluation before getting hired. once they are on the payroll it's the honor system, isn't it.
>> absolutely. and it's self-policing. so if a pilot is taking, in this case if this young man was taking any kind of prescription medicine for this issue of depression, he may or may not have reported that. here in the united states same thing. there is a list of banned drugs by the faa you must self-disclose, at least that's what the regulation says. i investigated accidents where pilots have not disclosed medical conditions and the use of prescribed drugs. >> this is a rare instance this pilot may not have disclosed this to an airline because of nefarious reasons but on an everyday basis it's because pilots don't want to be taken out or be docked or lose status. >> absolutely. and in this case it may be a medical condition that could permanently ground this young man, and given what his neighbors and his family said about his passion to fly if it takes him out of the cockpit that is going to be a major life altering event and that could be
the core, but then as has been reported at least early on, that if he had a breakup and other life altering event this could have been a conglomeration of all of those coming together. >> greg, as always, thank you. this is clearly the exception to the rule. but unfortunately, when you talk about an airline pilot exception can cost the lives of 150 or 217 or 104 people as we've seen. >> people are trying to find a solution. sometimes there isn't one. closer to home we have groups working to put out hot spots a it the site of that building explosion and collapse here in new york city. rehema ellis is at the scene. what is the latest there? >> reporter: what i can tell you is that authorities now say 25 people have been injured, four critical in this massive powerful explosion that leveled one building and two others collapsed, we're also hearing authorities say two people are unaccounted for, one the family of a 23-year-old man who say he
was dining in a restaurant of the building that collapsed, the other a worker in that restaurant. authorities are now investigating whether a gas leak was responsible for the explosion. the collapse caught on camera in manhattan's east village thursday afternoon, the first of three buildings to go down. >> we have a major building collapse on second avenue. >> reporter: after firefighters responded to a two-alarm fire that quickly escalated to a seven-alarm fire. >> i ran out and i saw glass all the way across the street. >> reporter: 250 firefighters from at least 50 units were on scene, trying to control the blaze that quickly engulfed the five-story building. housing more than two dozen residential units and a restaurant. one man caught on tape helping a woman down from a fire escape right before firefighters arrived. the collapse came less than an
hour after the fire began. flames quickly spread to neighboring structures as crewed worked to contain the fire that new york city mayor bill de blasio says was possibly caused by plumbing and gas work. >> we are praying that no other individuals are found injured and that there are no fatalities. >> reporter: authorities now say dozens of firefighters are still working here at this scene of what they call it's still a very active fire situation. savannah, back to you. >> thank you very much. natalie is on assignment. sheinelle has big news. >> good morning. senator harry reid of nevada who led democrats since 2005 announced he will not seek re-election. in a youtube video the 75-year-old said he wants to go out on top of his game. earlier this year reid suffered a serious injury during an accident. he served three decades in
congress and considered an expert technician of senate rules. u.s. lawmakers predict the crisis in yemen could turn into an all-out war. 100 jets are bombing, they have 150 ground troops ready to invade. iran is seeking to overthrow yemen's government. the u.s. is providing intelligence. yemen is a key partner in the fight against al qaeda's strongest affiliate. >> an army national guard and his cousin hatched a plan. ha stan ed mondays was taken into custody on wednesday before boarding a flight to cairo. and jonas edmonds was arrested at home in aurora, illinois. the plan for the younger to go overseas and fight with isis while his cousin would attack a u.s. military installation. a busy texas interstate reopened after a bridge collapse that killed one driver and
injured three others. the i-35 overpass was under construction when a tractor-trailer hit a beam. the impact knocked loose several beams which crashed into the lanes below. four vehicles were hit, one driver was killed and three others are in the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. some city leaders in oregon are trying to figure out what to do with visitors, more than 2300 sea lions have taken over the docks. tourists are driving in to see this. officials say the animals are destroying the docks amend costing the port money because the boats can't tie up. a sea lion group says instead of fighting they should be embracing the visitors. and good news. from former olympic swimmer amy van dyke ruin, she severed 4er spinal cord last june but she's reached a milestone. thursday she tweeted this. omg, guess who has reflexes in-er knees and ankles for the
first time since my zemt. this is so huge. she has vowed that one day she will walk again. >> she is amazing. it's like never count her out. >> impressive. >> back to the sea lions for a second. we were in namibia one time. oh. odor. >> wondered where you were going. >> matt and i did a where in the world shoot in namibia and we rode this boat over the sea lions. >> get closser. they are cute. halfway through the lagoon. >> matt goes did you shower today? what is the deal? >> it's brutal. >> i fragrant. >> on that note. >> in with a check of the weather. sorry about the segway. >> al would have something great. i have nothing. we're looking at the rain up and down the east coast. this cold front that is actually bringing in cold air to drop
temperatures where we're seeing light snow mixing in across upstate new york. even as we go into boston tomorrow we'll see a little bit of light snow, not enough to really accumulate but we could see a dusting to an inch. we're looking for as much as a half inch of rain from tampa to orlando. we have this dip in the jet stream that continues to be the set setup. in the northeast we're looking at temperatures well below average by as much as 15 to 25 degrees below average. we're looking at highs only in the 30s but out west, look at how hot it is. 25 degrees above average, temperatures running in the upper 80s to low 90s. the fourth day yesterday in l.a. of highs in the 90s. i discovered a convenient way to moisturize every day. new nivea in-shower body lotion. first i wash... then i apply it to my wet skin. it moisturizes instantly. and lasts for more than 24 hours. then i quickly rinse off. my skin feels amazingly smooth with no sticky feel. so, i get dressed... ..and go. now i enjoy smooth skin every day. new nivea in-shower body lotion in
the body lotion aisle. 7:16. good friday morning. you made it to the end of the week. you made it through the heat yesterday. our natural ac is back on strong this morning. as a result, your temperatures are going to fall by a good 15 degrees in some spots from where we ended up yesterday. in the mid-50s just about everywhere. couple low 70s out there later. nobody in the 80s for today. 73 on the peninsula. >> and that's your latest forecast. >> thank you very much. amanda knox expected to find out today if her conviction for murder will be upheld by italy's highest court. nbc's kelly is at the court house in rome. good morning to you. >> reporter: matt, good morning. the judges have the case now and
after seven years of legal twists and turns not many people are willing to make predictions about what they will decide. amanda knox awaiting word in the united states. raffaele sollecito in rome with hills family. if these verdicts, guilty verdicts, are upheld that's it, legal options over. both will be convicted murderers. a police escort to keep the cameras away from raffaele sollecito as he leaves court, waiting for hear what's next. the final verdict or another chance in a long courtroom drama of amanda knox and her former italian boyfriend. today, five supreme court judges-erd the last arguments from the defense teams in italy's highest court. and are now making their decision on the convictions of knox and raffaele sollecito for the 2007 murder of knox's british roommate. uphold the guilty verdicts handed down at the last appeal, or send the case back for yet
another appeal. knox and her ex, both main taken they are innocent. he attended the hearings this week, mobbed by the press at the entrance on wednesday. thursday was his 31st birthday, if his conviction stands it could be his last one as a free man for decades. as for knox, if the guilty verdict is confirmed she could face an extradition battle from her home in seattle. even before her most recent guilty verdict in 2013 she talked with matt on "today" about a possible extradition. >> they could want you extradited. you could be here outside the reach of the italian law but an international arrest warrant, you would not be allowed to travel or would be perilous. can you imagine life like that? >> i imagine it all the time. because i have to think the worst case scenario. i have to prepare in my mind what that would be like. >> reporter: but the subject of extradition leaves many questions.
>> i think the united states is going to have a very difficult time honoring an extradition request for amanda knox. first of all she has a lot of popular support among the people of the u.s. second, there seem to have been a number of legal irregularities in her case, trying her over and over again. >> reporter: as the supreme court decision for the pair approaches. we'll have an hour's notice before a decision is read out in court and it is expected today. matt. >> we'll stand by. thanks very much. >> well, there are now 12. college basketball sweet 16 is starting to shape up. >> right. we're coming for your brackets, savannah. you still lead but me and willie geist going to get you. march madness picked up. we know half of the teams who make up the elite eight. arizona, wisconsin, notre dame. >> good pick on that. >> thank you. they all won. they are high seeded. somewhat expected but what wasn't expected was that
lopsided victory of how badly kentucky would beat west virginia. 78-39, one of the most lopsided in sweet 16 history. at halftime it was 44-18. boy what does that speech sound like. have fun, guys. what was even more interesting in adding insult to injury before the game started he had the guard here tweeting out this. salute them to getting to 36-0. but tomorrow they are going to be 36-1. poking the beast there. >> how did that work out for you? >> not so good. after the game this is devin booker. 36 and won. the battle of the two freshmen. looks like he made a shot. how did it work out for miles jr., scored zero points, at the free-throw line twice, missed them both. look at willie, myself. starting to take form. by sunday night we're going to
know the final four. and these little anchor faces are going to be different. >> dylan doesn't even remember filling out the brackets. >> i'm doing pretty good. >> that says it all. still ahead, who is at the controls in the wake of that disaster in frajs. does more need to be done to screen airline pilots? and standing by their story with the woman accused of faking her own kidnapping and her boyfriend who reported the alleged crime are now saying about her mysterious disapeernlgs. more on that. first, this is "today" on nbc. disappearance. we will have m
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the all clear for the area around the dow chemical plant in pittsburgh. a plume prompted the company to issue a health advisory this morning. again, everything is normal. some kind of mechanical malfunction is thought to have triggered the alert. >> there is something in the air right now. maybe it's fog. >> yeah, you know we do have a good looking day shaping up. 52 degrees in san francisco. because of that fog our temperatures are going to drop off considerably today. today, we're going to trade in the 90s for the 70s in south bay. 69 degrees in san francisco. you've made it to the end of the week. pretty weekend coming your way. sunday temperatures will climb into the low 80s. maybe a stray shower late sunday into monday of next week. you have the build at the bay bridge toll plaza and low
clouds hovering around. tough on the bridge itself and anywhere south of the tunnel until you reach the city by the bay. your drive no problems getting across the golden gate bridge. richmond center a little slow. a smooth drive across the san mateo. lighter again over on the peninsula and east bay. typical slowing for the rest of the valley. >> thank you very much. we'll have another local news update for you in just 25 minutes. for now back to the "today" show.
3 f2 7:30 de este viernes es >> are you blaming me? >> yes, i am. it's bitterness. we like sunshine. >> depressing. >> it is. we'll get more on the weather. we want to get to the headlines now. investigators searching the homes of co-pilot andreas lubitz uncovered signs that he hid evidence of an illness from his employers. while that was not identified german media report he had a history of depression and suffering from a quote personal life crisis. >> a hearing is back under way
in rome in the amanda knox case. italy's highest court deciding if the her conviction for the murder of her roommate will be upheld. firefighters remain at the scene of a tragic explosion here in new york city. the blast injured at least 25 people and destroyed three buildings. investigators believe it was sparked by plumbing and electric work. >> a new york commuter train killed the mother of ellen broder. her family speaks out for the first time about the accident and how they are coming to terms with that tragic story. >> a sad story. we begin with more on this investigation into the plane crash in the french alps and what could have caused the co-pilot to deliberately fly in the side of a mountain. it's raising new questions about the screening of pilots everywhere.
tom costello is on that story for us from washington. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. german media report that andreas lubitz may have been treated for depression and may have broken up with a girlfriend but nbc news has not confirmed that. while he was undergoing training he interrupted for personal reasons. really the question this morning is what could have possibly set him off. the investigation into co-pilot andrei yas lubitz motive and mental state will likely take months. the kreor insists there were no signs he was unstable. >> we choose our cockpit personnel very carefully because it's part of our dna that we have qualified personnel. we look for psychologically healthy workers. >> reporter: unfortunately this is not the first time a pilot committed suicide and mass murder.
in 2013, flight 470 in 1999, egypt air 990 off massachusetts, in 1997, silk air 185 in indonesia. >> hi everyone. >> a suicide flight the leading theory in the mysterious disappearance of malaysia airlines flight 370. new pilot applicants go through a full psychological workup. former fbi agent and jetblue vice president ken maxwell. >> it includes a mental evaluation and cannot be any evidence as a result of this exam of psychosis or bipolar disorder or serious personality disorders. >> lufthansa insists its evaluations are also rigorous but in germany and in the u.s. once a pilot has the job the yearly physical does not include a mental evaluation. in 2012, a jetblue pilot suffered a mental breakdown on a flight. the co-pilot locked him out of
the cockpit, then made an emergency landing in amarillo. experts say identifying a potential psychological issue in any one can be very difficult. >> the idea now that a full psychological work-up would somehow clue you in to which pilots are going to do things like this, it's fiction. >> while pilots don't go through regular psychological evaluation the airline pilots association is insisting that there is a peer review process constantly with fellow crew members and managers keeping an eye out for unusual behavior since nobody wants to fly with somebody who is unstable, everybody has a vested interest. >> thank you. if you don't see each other every day the nature of this work is that you don't necessarily work with the same people every day. >> exactly right. that mysterious kidnapping out of california gets stranger. a woman reportedly taken from her home, showed up two days later. while police say it's a hoax,
both she and her boyfriend claim the ordeal was very real. here is nbc's joe fryer. >> denise left a police station after meeting for hours with investigators, her attorney says she wants to clear her name after police called her kidnapping a hoax. >> she is emotionally and physically broken and the fact that she's been designated as a suspect only hurts her further. >> attorneys for her boyfriend erin quinn also claim it's no hoax, they say at least two kidnappers entered his home early monday and abducted huskins so why wait several hours to report it. >> he was not only bound up he was drugged. he was forced to drink something that even the kidnappers told him was drugs. >> reporter: while huskins was missing the chronicle received an audio recording of someone claiming to be her. on wednesday morning she turned up safe, 400 miles away in her
hometown huntington beach. by that night police said there was no evidence she was kidnapped. >> if you can imagine devoting all of our resources, 24 hours a day, on what i would classify as a wild goose chase, it's a tremendous loss. >> reporter: police have not commented since. her boyfriend says he was interrogated for 17 hours giving them a blood sample, clothes and access to his electronics. he received messages from the kidnappers demanding a ransom of $8500, an amount many find odd. >> $8500, split between two kidnappers, that's a little over ver $4,000 apiece. most of us could get an advance on our mastercard without the chance of going to prison for 30 years. >> reporter: deepening mystery whether this girl was truly gone. for "today," joe fryer, nbc nugs, los angeles. >> we continue to watch that. a check of the weather now from
dylan dreyer. >> today's weather is brought to you by advil, the pain reliever built to be as fast as it is strong. we have been stuck in a pattern here, in case you forgot it's cold in the east, warm in the southwest. in fact, l.a. has now hit 90 degrees for the fourth time this march. that is unprecedented. today it is going to be a little cooler because more of an onshore flow. still it's 13 degrees above average. we're looking at 60s up and down the coast. inthe land, 99 degrees in palm springs, that's 17 degrees above average. even up in the rockies we're looking at 20 to 25 degrees above normal. 77 for a high in billings. casper, wyoming 69, barely hanging on to the snowpack in the rockies. looking for a chilly day across the eastern half of the country. 30 for a high in chicago with high pressure in control and the wind out of the north, it is a soggy day up and down the east coast with our heaviest rain through the mid-atlantic. that will taper off.
we could see light snow through upstate new york 7:37. if you're hooking out your window in san francisco, likely seeing fog already burning off. we're going to see a nice clear sky. because of a return of onshore flow and fog, temperatures are going to be much cooler today. lot of people happy to hear that. 73 degrees in the high in the south bay. 69 san francisco. a comfortable day for you out in the north bay. this weekend, temperatures stay steady. a touch warmer for your sunday. that's your latest forecast. >> thank you. coming up where do you stand on a divicive issue? men in shorts. there is a debate raging that calls it disgusting. wow. >> you have to have the knees for it. could your negative comments earn you a lawsuit? why you might want to think twice befor
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the mere cat master is al roker. you can watch him get a haircut the other day and wake up with al. he is constantly on. twitter's version saw an approach. the live streaming at a breaking news event in lower manhattan. they are adding on to that story. we are going to jump into this craze and go to my twitter and click to the link. i have my phone up. we are live and on. let us know. using the hash tag orange room. we will just go there right now. so much on the internet already. whatever you want to see at the "today" show. i will take you there. hit us up. back to you. >> i'm mere catting matt right now. this is super fun. >> you can just watch tv right
now. >> hi. my goodness. i mere catted your entire thing right now. >> or we can read a book. >> okay grandpa. >> carson thank you. >> take a serious curn and have new information on the plane crash investigation just out. what prosecutors announced the copilot was hiding from his bosses. we will take a deeper look into the news. a lot of questions being asked
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good morning. it's 7:56. graphic video of a con franation caught on camera has a berkeley program in hot water. the video we're showing you is a little tough to watch. it's video of the downtown berkeley ambassador punching a man during a heated exchange. they were supposed to keep the area clear. the man seen throwing the punches was fired. his partner was suspended. the downtown berkeley association calls it unacceptable behavior. looks like it's the end of the line for an east bay hospital. they voted last night to close on april 21st. the hospital has been struggling with funding for a long time. but the board is leaving open the possibility of reversing if land-minute funding can be
secured. we have a forecast that's foggy and thus a little cooler. >> temperatures right now mostly in the 50s. 52 in san francisco to kickoff your friday. looking forward to that weekend i hope. it's going to be much cooler than yesterday. 78 degs for the south bay today. 78 degrees in the tri-valley and 75 in the north bay. next couple days temperatures steady for saturday and a little bit warmer for your sunday cooling you right back off towards the beginning of next week. look at this. this is how sunny it is. traffic slowing mostly as well. golden gate bridge. a totally different view. this is what's going on all over the bay. a smooth drive, but a little slower. the map we'll show you, not so bad for those feeds i just showed you. and the bay bridge metering lights are on. but no drama down the east shore freeway. slower drive, but it's friday
it is 8:00 on "today." coming up is she the most powerful woman in washington? we'll introduce you to the woman keeping him on point and breaking barriers in the process. plus women, welding and wine. the unlikely new trend combining friends, fun and fire. and up in the air with vin diesel. natalie goes one on one with the furious seven star as he opens up about his new blockbuster, his friend paul walker and his life as a new dad. >> while i was in the livery room i said that i felt like paul was there.
>> today, friday march 22nd, 2015. ♪ >> all the way from arkansas! >> good morning, colorado! we're on "today"! >> all the way from chicago. >> alexander high school loves "today"! >> celebrating her 21st birthday all the way from wisconsin. here's kathie lee and hoda. >> 8:00 on a friday morning. the 27th day of march. it's a rainy one here. what do you have here? emotions. >> what is that? >> that looks a little dangerous from the art club. >> okay cool. thank you for that. we are not going to lose dylan.
we are not going to lose her. you should go jogging at night in that. >> she looks cute. >> we have a lot to come but let's inside and natalie is on assignment today. chanel jones is in for her with a look at the headlines. hi, chanel. good morning. german prosecutors said there's no evidence that politics or religion motivated andreas lubitz to crash the plane into a mountainside murdering himself and 149 other people. prosecutors say the 27-year-old had a history of mental health issues. in germany, good morning to you, katy. >> reporter: good morning, chanel. we have breaking news from the prosecutor's office. they released a statement about findings in the two homes. i will read directly from it. the investigation inside the homes did not retrieve a so-called farewell letter or written claim of responsibility.
no suicide note, if you will. documented medical content that point to an existing disease or illness or to a related medical treatment. the fact that torn up recent and day of event-related comprehensive sick leave certificates, i want to repeat that, day of event related sick leave notes were found. doctor's notes from the day of the crash were found. the deceased concealed his illness from his employer as well as his work environment. that would explain why there were no reports from lufthansa and colleagues that anything was wrong. that would explain why when we talked to neighbors out here they didn't see anything wrong. the flight school that he trained with as a teenager never said they saw anything wrong. clearly, he was fairly good at hiding whatever he had going on. the investigation will continue though. they will try to find out whether or not this crash, this murder was premeditated. back to you. >> thank you.
today amanda knox's fate rests in the hands of italy's highest courts. they will decide whether to uphold her conviction of a 2009 inmate. they could overturn previous verdicts freeing her and a former boyfriend of all charges. knox remains in the united states and vows to fight any return to italy. today astronaut scott kelly and a russian cosmonaut blast off to the international space station. they will discover the long-term effects of weightlessness on the body. it's called the twin study. i spoke to mark kelly this morning about the mission. >> we have to understand our physiology of the human body in space. how does it affect the dna and genetics and bone loss and the heart and the brain and optic nerve? >> scientists will compare changes in the brothers bodies after the year-long mission. spoiler alert.
actor ben affleck gave away a closely held secret about the batman movie. he was testifying about foreign aid in africa and acknowledged his costar saying while his role is brief, he is quite good. for his part, he had been coy, but affleck spilled the beans. the duchess of cambridge will likely make her last appearance today before the birth of her second child. kate middleton and prince william were at a community center. her baby is due at the end of april so she is unlikely to make another appearance until the day she leaves the hospital. let's get another check of the weather from dylan. we have the humor taking over manhattan. you guys are the best family from all over. how long are you here for? >> four days. >> four days. and where you are from? >> st. louis.
>> new york we are from all over the place. we'll take you to north carolina to show you today's area of where we are going to see a whole lot of rain especially back through charlotte where you can see some heavy rain moving through. it will taper off heading into the afternoon with temperatures that will drop. this is a cold front to move through. that's why we are looking at the rain. look how chilly it will be back through illinois where it's going to be in the 40s. st. louis in the 40s today, that's 15 to 25 degrees below average. down in the southwest, above average temperatures once again making it into the 80s and 90s. we'll lose the rain as we go throughout the day today, but we could see light snow up across ne 8:06. happy friday to you, bay area. i want to start with this live picture of tiburon. fogged in at this point. the fog is going to keep temperatures much cooler than where we ended up yesterday. people are happy to hear that. 65 in san francisco at lunchtime. you're going to round out the day at around 69 degrees. highs at 4:00.
70 for the east shore. 78 in the tri-valley and 75 for today in the north bay. getting into the weekend, temperatures stay steady for saturday and a touch warmer for sunday. >> that's your latest weather. >> coming up next on trending. we are looking into the friday fishbowl and answering any questions we pull out. >> also coming up the latest craze bringing women together over wine and welding. that story from matt. >> katherinecath katherine before earning enough cash back from bank of america to help pay for her kids' ice time. before earning 1% cash back everywhere, every time. and 2% back at the grocery store. even before she got 3% back on gas all with no hoops to jump through. katie used her bankamericard cash rewards credit card
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it's 8:11. we all know the legendary dean smith. it's really, really neat. he has played basketball for 36 years and even recruited michael jordan. how about having that on your resume. he died last month at the age of 83. he left each player who got a vorsity letter with him $200 and a note mailed to them saying enjoy a dinner out compliments of coach smith. $36,000. >> he was a great man. can you imagine getting that note? >> the athletes graduated. the student athletes.
>> what's your favorite soft drink? >> diet coke. >> i like a good orange soda. >> i didn't see that coming. there is a shake-up in the world coming. coke has been number one. followed by diet coke and pepsi. pepsi surged into second place. even so we have to say that overall soda sales have fallen for ten straight years. freska is where on the list? it doesn't matter. we don't want to be high on the list. we want to be down for discovery. >> let me know when we are back to normal.
>> in for matt and carson. you wear shorts? >> on the golf course where i am all the time. >> listen up. they this about men in shorts. >> it is disgusting to have to sit next to grown men on the subway and they are wearing shorts? they look ridiculous and like children and i can't take them seriously. >> that's harsh. i don't think it looks bad. >> okay. strong. >> a fierce tongue. the offenders. >> i have three kids and in the cargo shorts i have binkies and snacks. >> dirty diapers. the whole thing. >> how do you feel about that? shorts. jean shorts. >> don't do that.
who would like to live to the age of 90? how about 100? clean living and good luck may help you get to 90 but researchers are revealing clues as to who is living past 100. look at your brothers and sisters. siblings turned out to be the best predictor of longevity. we have more on the study in a couple of weeks. we will look at longevity in a series called living to 100. as we all get to that. >> my brothers are in their 40s. >> way to go. >> looking good. >> time to break out the friday fishbowl. here's what happened. we have questions in the bowl submitted by each other. don't answer yet. also by celebrities. we will put mind seconds on the clock. we will do as many as possible.
what's the one thing that is always in your fridge. >> butter. i always have butter. >> how much cash do you carry on a daily basis? >> $100. >> whatever. i was going to say -- the truth is required. what you always look for on a dinner menu. >> this is boring, but a salad. >> when was your first kiss? everyone i know is watching. eighth grade. >> 17? >> what is the meaning of life? fate, family, food and freska. >> go go, go. >> if you any animal what would you be? >> i would be a turtle. hide in your shell once in a
while. >> all right. one thing you didn't understand about the world when you were a kid. >> everything. >> if you had to give up one food group, what would it be? >> vegetables. >> if you can have dinner with one person alive or dead? >> my dad. he passed when i was 5. many years later. >> go go go. sorry. >> anyone note the contradiction. the one item you look for on a menu and the food group you would give up is vegetables. >> i'm a complicated soul. carson? >> that's what's trending today. >> a young woman who might be one of the most impressive woman in washington. the president's newly appointed receptionist.
peter alexander is at the white house with her story. good morning. >> leah hernandez oversees the front of the west wing here at pennsylvania avenue greeting the presidents and prime ministers. her personal story of getting here is just as powerful. >> every morning in the nation's capital, leah katz hernandez arrives at the white house. her job is one-of-a-kind like leah herself. leah is the new receptionist of the united states. if he is the potus, she is the rotus. that's her desk steps from the oval office. she is 27 a connecticut native and she is deaf. >> fantastic opportunity and also to show that deaf people can do anything. >> from world leaders to white house staffers. >> you have a meeting this morning? >> i do.
>> anyone with an appointment with the president comes to leah's desk first. she provided an interpreter who alerts her when the phone rings. >> this is >> she was part of a deaf family and her mom is a social worker and her dad is mexican american. he put himself through college and earned a ph.d. a former intern she worked for president obama's re-election campaign before being hired on the first lady's staff. she remembers the first time they met. >> she used sign language and signed to me and said hi, my name is michelle and she spelled out michelle obama. it was so incredible. >> reporter: have you taught the president sign yet? >> he knew some sign language in chicago at that time and he passed by me and i waved and he signed immediately thank you to me. >> leah also oversees the roosevelt room and the white house guest book and changes collecting cell phones before meetings with the president. on this morning, we ran into the press secretary josh earnest.
>> she represents us very well. >> when you look around here, what do you think? >> it is a great responsibility to be here as a deaf person, and i feel very proud of the opportunities that have been given to me. >> a pioneer at the white house. >> how do you say hello, mr. president? >> hello, mr. president. >> one more time. hello, mr. president. defined by her accomplishments and not her disabilities. she is an inspiring advocate for the deaf and disabled community and she tells me her proudest moment so far at an event when the first lady invited a group of deaf students here and brought up on stage a 6-year-old deaf boy to sign her introduction. pretty impressive. >> inspiring a lot of people here. thank you for the story. meantime, anybody looking for a new hobby?
channel has a great idea sparking interest around. >> with all of your time. here's the deal. imagine this. women, wine, and welding. sure enough, it's a new course designed for bold women to mix fun with fire. if you like it when sparks fly, this might be for you. >> it's a great idea. >> it's a hot new hobby. and it's ladies' only night. >> i'm gloria. >> diva. >> four whole don't mind combining flames and friendship. >> you are nervous and you pour some wine. >> welcome to women, welding and wine. a four-session course in new york. >> we have got sculptors, homemakers and lawyers. >> the co-owner couple can see the class. is there a trait we have that make us good welders? >> they want to learn and be
safe, but they are open. >> who could forget this iconic welder? when you say welding and women, people think of "flash dance" in the 80s. she is welding by day and is welding by day and dancing by night. >> we develop them and it's a serious career. >> a learn the magic of metal, crafting and having fun along the way. >> what do you think so far? >> so far it's great. >> what made you want to weld? >> why not? >> this group is a pleasure but professional welders are needed in the u.s. with an average annual income of $40,000, women make up less than 5% but that could change. >> it's a great opportunity. it's unique. >> on the hobby hunt where there is a weld there is a way. why not make a wine bottle
holder. >> let's see the work. >> and speaking of wine -- >> wine is for women in welding. it's just as natural. >> naturally the perfect compliment to a nice new adventure. >> great job. >> there you have it. i brought what i made. >> it's nice. >> you like it? >> i really do. >> you can make cool things with iron. i have this dog kind of thing. my brother gave to to me but you see these a lot. >> i was thinking antique for 30 or 40 dollars. >> i don't think you made the whole thing. >> i did. >> you are really sell selling it. >> now it's completely -- >> thanks to lorie because it
was her idea. call me i will make you one. >> it's sturdy and solid. >> who is mike? >> it was actually very empowering. >> let's go up to carson and siri. >> my lovely better half and i are cooking. one more night of the week night wonder. we will get good meals out of that. after your local news and weather. stick around for that.
it's 8:26 on your friday. i'm sam brock. san jose police have made an arrest in the vicious beating of a teenager alvalley fair mall earlier in the month. the attack left christian rasner from milpitas unconscious and seriously injured. and police say troung huynh is charged with the felony attack. at this point, investigators believe the attack may have been part of a gang initiation. >> it's friday morning you're trying to get to the final day of work. let's find out how the commute is looking. >> a little slower on the peninsula. jammed from at least university
all the way past willow into marsh. it's not a huge section, but a huge impact for folks now coming up through mountain view and palo alto approaching the crash which is now on the shoulder north 101 at marsh. 280 clear by comparison, and el camino, a slower drive for the 101 freeway. oakland, a smooth dry approaching the bridge. no surprises for that portion of the east bay. the south bay, good recovery. the latest crash around fremont has cleared. >> good recovery. hopefully some improvement as the morning goes on. we'll see you again in 25 minutes with another local news update.
anything. siri is here with weeknight wonder. a twist on meatloaf and great ideas on what you can do with the leftovers. >> natalie goes with vin diesel to talk fatherhood and paul walker. and dylan is here for al this morning. >> a little bit more rain and cold and more snow up in the boston area chlt. we are looking for some improvement as we go into the weekend for the eastern half of the country. we will see fairly fly conditions below average. out in the southwest with the crazy highs in the mid to upper 90s in the southwest. about 15 degrees above average. on sunday, mostly quiet besides a few scattered showers and a wintry mix of wisconsin into michigan. the east coast looks nice and dry and temperatures in the 40s and 50s. that's a look at the weather everybody got quiet all of a su mild start, much cooler day
coming your way. hot yesterday. especially inland. 65 degrees at lunchtime in san francisco. you'll be at 72 as you break for lunch in the tri-valley. and then we'll round out the day in the upper 70s. no 80s on the map. and definitely not the 90s we saw yesterday. 93 down in gilroy. as we get into this weekend, temperatures really comfortable. might get a stray shower late sunday into monday, about a 10% to 20% chance, and next week we meat back with comfortable weather persisting. carson? thank you so much here in the orange room. take a look at this touching clip that went viral on thursday. it shows musician ed sheeran showing up unexpectedly for a live performance of their song. that is a definite surprise for a deserving pair. we want to keep it coming with our serious series "make your today." if you want to help someone, share their story at today.com
and tell us what you can do to make their dream come true. we, that includes myself may drop by to help that out. savannah? >> carson thank you so much. in today's world of cyber bullying and body shaming, is it possible for social media to be a force for good? according to a survey, it can. here is katherine to explain and tell us about this survey. good morning, good to see you. we will dive right into this and talk to 1,000 people with at least four social media accounts. what was the big take away? >> the big take away is social media is being used for a good thing. 89% of women feel more confident. it's awesome information presented by southwest. >> people said it strengthened their relationship. >> from the survey how people
are. >> they really love it. >> what does this say? >> women decided they would want social media over shoes, over chocolate, over going out with their friends. so people are really into social media right now which is a great thing. >> i'm really surprised and here's another stat that surprised me. they would be willing to give up over social media going out, alcohol? >> and shopping, it's crazy. >> people feel a little bit of an addiction problem with social media, yeah. >> another thing to move on, instagram or facebook. there are a lot of things where people like their posts or favorite tweet, they are taking it personally. >> what we found out is when you get a like on a picture or instagram, it makes you feel great about yourself and you are more compelled to give another
person a compliment when you receive a compliment yourself. >> that's good. >> absolutely. we have this reality check. it's not all roses. tell us about this. >> i think we all know we post pictures of ourselves when we look good or have ourselves in pictures that we don't consider flattering. there is work to be done on that, but people have make makeup-free selfies and make people more realistic. >> 76% said they post edited photos, like photoshop or something? >> just to make ourselves look better on social media. >> 66% tagged unflattered photos. i'm for that. >> i think it's what you want to share. the perspective you want people to have. >> who wants to post a bad picture? >> exactly. that's my point. >> lastly, but not least, what is the take away from this survey? >> i think it does bring people together to have social media. the biggest take away for me is you see social media being used in a positive way and that women are taking control of the situation and using it for good. >> and 60% said they prefer in
person interaction, so that's good. >> that's definitely a relief because we are always on our phones always texting or tweeting or e-mailing, so it is so important to have personal interaction. >> appreciate it. coming up next, natalie has been with vin diesel. how fatherhood changed him and how his "fast & (scal): good day, m'lady! i am sir-can-a-lot, here to save you from another breakfast bore. wake up those eggs with glorious spam! see what spam can! do... at spam.com around here, we're all about fast. that's why xfinity is perfect for me. with millions of wifi hotspots all over the place including one right here at the shop now we can stream all things fast and furious.
>> with the latest film set for release next week what better way to spend time with vin diesel than up in the air overlooking where it all started. >> see the hollywood sign there of course. do you remember the first time you saw that sign when you first moved here? >> yes, i do. >> what was that like? >> it was 1990. i was looking at that hollywood sign. so confident that i was going to be a big star. >> yeah. >> i felt like this industry and this town hasn't seen anything like me since clark gable and a year and a half later, i still didn't even have an agent. i had to go back to new york and go back and ask friends to let me sleep on their couch. >> when did you find in yourself that you wanted to become an actor? what point was that? >> i grew up in housing in
manhattan. i was exposed to actors and jazz musicians at an early age. miles davis was recording in my basement. >> really? that's amazing. >> i always wanted to be a performer. >> 14 years into the fast and furious saga he's a superstar. with the death of his close friend and costar paul walker the making of furious seven was a struggle. >> how has paul influenced your life? you talk about how much he is a brother to you and he talked to you about father hood. >> he went in a lot earlier than i did. he took on that role of being the guide of father hood for me. it's beautiful. the one thing paul always wanted me to do was be present at my
child's birth. he was adamant about it. we were on the bridge in puerto rico doing the end scene and paul walker and i come out of that car and her water broke in new york. my son was being born. he was like we can film later. you have to go now. he was right and i did. >> how has father hood changed you? >> i don't know if it's because i have kids i don't want to be -- i don't enjoy killer mode as much as i used to. i can't do it as often. >> it may be less now. earlier this week vin shared exclusively with us the name of his new baby girl. >> while i was in the delivery room i said that i felt like paul was there. i named her pauline. >> that's awesome.
do you feel like when you look at her, that she will have that angel on her shoulder? >> always. he was in the room. he was in the room. there is no other person that i was thinking about as i was cutting this umbilical cord. it felt like a way to keep his memory a part of my family and my world. >> obviously an amazing relationship and we want to remind people that fast and furious opens on friday. >> you will be with natalie in a helicopter. >> we have something special coming up. >> if you look over there, that attractive young lady. coming up in a few minutes, christian slater is over there and get him in on the mix. we will make a turkey meat loaf with a twist. you have kids and we will show you how we do it at home.
>> we are back with a special ending to our week night wonders. quick and easy meals in 35 minutes or less. my lovely fiance is here. i refer to her as bipgo. it's just a nickname. don't let it throw you. bingo has breakfast, lunch, and dinner. the gang is ready to eat. thank you for hosting this next hour. good to have you. savannah guthrie. an up and coming reporter here. we have other folks down here. let's start. this replicates wa we do at home. we have three children.
>> we make turkey meat loaf a lot. not only is it 8 great healthy delicious meal but we make breakfast and lunch with the leftovers. right here are onions and garlic that we are sauteing. you can stir that around a little bit. >> now i will add milk. you can use bread frums. without that it tastes like a hamburger. >> i think it tastes better. >> it tastes delicious. you can use veal and all of that. >> add this and christian is a fan. look at that. savannah? >> it's really good. >> we will add one egg and tomato paste and you want to grab that italian seasoning
right there. >> the question is do you ever fight? >> ever? doing his homework and the baby is crying. why would you make a big meat loaf. that's chaos in the kitchen. >> we will combine it and spray a pan. i use the disposable ones and put in your bread pan and bake it for an hour. there we go. that's our meat loaf. >> we would do a couple of pieces and that leaves a big loaf left. >> breakfast and lunch are taken care of for a couple of days. this is like a meatball sub. here's the left over meat loaf.
buttered sour doe bread. butter one side of the bread and add our meat loaf and then any other veggie that you have that night. when savannah and crist yen came over we had roasted veggied. >> i love it. a trip down memory lane. >> sandwiches and peanut butter and jelly. >> we will eat it for dinner the next day. >> roasted veggies and i'm not doing this here but we put it on the top skillet or a panini maker. if you don't, take a lit and spray it with cooking spray and it's down. it's golden. they can get it the next day. >> swap these out.
>> this hour goes you did all the cooking. that's the kids. oddly at our house. i asked him how much time until bed with the kids. >> next we will get breakfast. eggs and milk and cheese. we will crumble up the left over meat loaf kind of like the sausage. 3 in there. you make it the night before. put it in your muffin tin and you grab them. >> i will grab a couple of them on the way to work. >> you can put the veggies and anything in this. breakfast on the go. always thinking of you guys. >> three will meals out of one turkey meat loaf. >> where did bingo come from? >> the nickname? it's a long story, but we. >> we have time. >> you want to get into it?
>> when he was wooing me we were working together and he hired a drown. >> we had a boring work space. i thought it was boring. here i found the clown to surprise my coworkers to lighten up the mood. it cost $1,000 for 30 mondays. his name was bingo. # that's bingo. # bingo! >> so you were the boss and she was the employee? it was all good and it worked
out well. where would you meet somebody other than work? you are a lucky man. >> i am a lucky man. >> 33 different ways. you can check out the week night wonders including five bonus recipes. back in a moment. >> can i ask you have a question? where did christian slater come from? it was me. they come full circle. that's the big reveal. cohosting the 9:00 hour. >> just walking by. but first this is "today" on nbc.
>> going to get a check of today's birthdays. >> new york in the winder time. it is. >> happy birthday to doris. i love that name. doris rosenthal is from new york new york. 100 years old today. she loves to get dressed up and go to fancy parties and balls. we have irene cummings. st. louis, missouri.
can't beat st. louis. 100 years old today. stays active. she said that's the secret. eats lots of frozen custard. frank burn side is 100 years old today. his thing in life is lots of good hobbies. take a look at leland ramos. the great state of oregon. one of the prettiest states. 100 years old today. loves to study the family tree. genes and all that sort of thing. that's it from coast to coast from new york to oregon. now new york it's all yours. >> thank you very much. in the next hour of the show we learn something about you every minute. you like turkey meat loaf. a big fan of "the voice." that's nice to hear. >> fantastic. my wife and i are just ra ra
good morning. almost 9:00. i'm kris sanchez. a north bay community may learn today whether a convicted sex offender will be allowed to move in. emotions were heated at a community heating two weeks ago. convicted sex offender is petitioning to bereleased to a home in fairfield near solano college. he was in and out of prison for decades for attacks on women and
>> this morning on today's take the unbelievable ultrasound video. is it real? and ludicrous gets revved up on the album. that and more coming up now. this is today's take live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> on this friday morning march 27th 2015. a good-looking happy crowd on this friday. along with our special guest today, christian slater.
al and willie are off and natalie is on assignment. you ran in here meat loaf and all. >> meat loaf and all. >> everybody is on vacation. >> natalie is on vacation. they are working hard. willy and al. you know where the two men are. are you a creature of habit and when you start your day in the morning, you need your coffee and you open the paper and you do something routine. i was sitting here and dylan was here and i said i'm a creature of habit. i set up this chair for a year. in the center this has nothing to do with my role on the show.
you needed on to be in that chair. >> i have a ritual and my wife will -- she takes the face washout of the shower and washes her face. then i have to do things in a particular order. i have to wash my hair and wash my face and do the body wash thing. i do the whole thing. sometimes i have to get out if the face wash is out of the shower i have to open the door. it throws off my whole thing. we are so happy to have you both here. we know a lot about you and learn more about this. a little bit later, we have a fun show planned. in the news the big story remains. the crash of germanwings 9525
and the investigation into the copilot,an dre ans lubitz and they said they found evidence in the apartment. let's go to katy in germany with the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: the prosecutors were able to investigate both the home of lubitz and his apartment in dusseldorf. they did not find any evidence of a suicide note or a note claiming responsibility. they found no evidence of religious or political affiliation, but they did find significant evidence that he was suffering for an illness. they couldn't say which illness. the german media has been reporting for the past day he was suffering from depression. they found doctors notes recent and a doctor's note excusing him from work the day of the crash that means he was not supposed to be working the day of the
crash. they found evidence that he was hiding this from his employer. that would coincide with what we heard from lufthansa and german wings that they had no evidence of anything wrong with him. they didn't see anything wrong with them and what we were hearing from those two and the flight club that he was a part of they didn't see anything wrong with him. they are looking to see if they can find any other motivation and any evidence that this was premedicated. tamron? >> thank you very much for the latest information. this raises the question that a lot of people asked with lester holt and the developments and his name was released in the background who would fly our planes. right now in the united states new pilot applications undergo background checks with full psychological work ups. in germany and the u.s. once the pilot has the job, that does not include a mental
evaluation. >> a lot happens over the course of a career that you could start changing. it's almost like that test needs to be every year or couple of years. >> it makes sense to have that be an updated thing. life is a roller coaster and it goes up and down and your mental state from one moment to the next needs to be constantly checked if you are in charge of other people's lives. >> it's a tough one that you have with mental health experts. if this leads to discrimination against people who have mental health issues. just because you suffer from depression doesn't mean you are homicidal or suicidal. there other jobs where people are responsible for a great number of lives. these are serious questions including the thing that was startling to me. someone can lock the cockpit door and overhide everything and prohibit or present someone from
getting inside. >> it's incredible. the looks are in place to prevent somebody coming in and announcing to have the pilot be the one. >> the back up that the pilot can get in. >> a code or something. some combination lock. >> or the universal procedure that a pilot or copilot cannot be alone in the cockpit. that's the parent company of germanwings that they were not changing their policy that allowed for one individual to be in the cockpit with the aviation expert. he said he believes that lufthansa will likely change as well as norwegian airlines. they changed their policy and in the united states there is a policy that you can't be alone. >> crazy story. >> kind of a turn here. we face a lot of our shopping and restaurants going on online reviews.
online owners and owners of the retail shops are fighting back when they feel some of this is user unfair. this happened and someone is being sued over a bad review. she got a bad review from a former client and angie's list. she said it negatively impacted her business. she is doing her $65,000 cleaning defamation. they are allowing businesses to respond, but you can say whatever you want as long as you are not lying. the issue here i travel a lot for work and the first thing i do when i'm in a town i'm not familiar with i yelp a couple of restaurants. i don't go to the places that have bad reviews. simple as that. maybe that place should step it up and not do bad. >> i don't know if it's a vendetta or a friend saying it's great, but it's someone who is
padding the numbers. i don't know what to think. >> i'm thinking now, is it possible for actors to sue critics? that's a whole new opportunity. >> have you had a showdown with a critic. >> this is maybe an opportunity to hire legal representation and deal with them. come on. that's how we go. >> with twitter and all that people can say whatever they want. the people they are talking about are negatively affected. >> sometimes they do not know the rule and they can't lie, but who is policing whether or not they are lying or not? >> it's like now we need another department to review the reviews. >> it's like that's how it's going to go. >> i do like this dog owner or groomer, her business is top notch. she is fighting to protect it.
>> let us know what you think. those restaurants for us. check out the reviews. we asked on today.com, does it affect your purchasing decision and 87% of you said yes. 13% said no. >> i guess the other cool story about how you choose a wedding singer. that's one of the most stressful things in planning your big day. one couple didn't have to worry. >> there is a husband and wife. bring in the wedding singer please. here he is! >> oh, my god! ♪ >> i love it. ♪
>> how do you top that? >> isn't that lovely? >> part of a radio contest, right? >> i think so yes. an australian radio show held a contest to make your special day beautiful. kiis 106.5. kyle and jackie o. an $80,000 dream wedding. amazing. ed sheer an. >> huge. huge. amazing. >> have you ever surprised a fan? >> wow. not -- really? >> growing up there was a slew of people that i had crushes on. you were one of them. >> happy memories. >> if you asked me would i be cohosting a show with christian slater it would never happen. there you go. >> there you have it. >> five stars across the board.
>> i wonder if you can go outside. would you be willing? to go outside? >> it's raining. >> i'll do it. sure. >> go outside and surprise? >> he looks like a nice man. >> two hours are over and you never come out. we never get a chance to go out in this. >> interesting. >> christian slater will be surprised. >> babies do amazing things now. children are far more advanced than we ever were. the care and prenatal and technology. i don't know about this one.
14 weeks old ultrasound. she and her husband noticed something interesting going on inside her tummy. the ultrasound. >> a cocktail party. >> if happy and you know it clap your hands. if you're happy and you know it clap your hands. >> it's not possible. >> the baby started clapping and singing. if this is true come on. this might be the coolest and most amazing mom ever. if you can get your kid to do that and mine will be doing like summer assaults.
i want mine reading a book. >> can your baby top that clapping baby? send us your ultrasound. they want to make margaritas. there is your business. here it is. we are going to see this rain move to the east as 9:13. happy friday. you made it to the end of the week. it's going to be much cooler with the return of those low clouds. i wanted to show you this live look at tiburon here. now, showed you the time lapse. clouds clearing out at this point. you can actually see the entire sky. but back behind those clouds is the golden gate bridge. it's going to take a while for
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>> dustin hoffman being tracked down and academy award winner. >> he is one of the finest actors and at 77 years old, he still has a fantastic sense of humor. he was about to leave the town to run errands when he spotted the paparazzi. he decided to go into under cover mode. what's funny is he was hiding around things and a couple of bus stop polls and trees. >> they are having fun. >> he is also have been busy. doing a movie that is busy. icon which is based on the lance armstrong controversy. >> another photo of the week this one has a lot of people
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>> and here's what is going on southbound 101, still going on. live pictures, this is south 101 and 680-280 right here. a couple trees caught fire. some smoke, still some haze in the area and crews block a couple lanes. that's why we have a slow drive. look on the map, the commute south bnld. north bnld not a problem traveling throughout san jose 85 still slow cupertino to sunnyvale, an earlier crash there. no drama on either side of the dray. we have the metering lights off for the morning. back to you. >> grinding it out on a friday. almost over with your morning rush hour commute. we'll have another local news update in 25 minutes.
want to see inducted. your pick is -- >> i wanted something representative of the early 2000s. that summed up the early 2000s. the wedding song. shake it like a polaroid. >> i think it's a beautiful dedication for a child. christian is missing in action. where are you? >> i am outside. >> the gang and i are going to sing my way.
as a result, your temperatures are going to be much cooler. 15 degrees cooler on average than where we ended up yesterday in the south bay, 78 degrees wrrg 78 for the tri-valley and 69 degrees in san francisco where we did get into the 80s yesterday. getting into the next couple days temperatures will stay steady. just a touch warmer for sunday. >> that's your latest forecast. >> the latest blockbuster of the year in theater next week. back in action revising the role. check it out. >> what am i supposed to be doing? >> they will need you. >> shine brightly. like only romans can do.
you okay? >> the meat loaf doesn't make things my way that easy. >> you talk about the movie, but if you had to pick a song to induct into the archives? >> i like the my way. you going to sing along? >> i did it my way. i love that. >> i was talking about that. >> it works. doing it your way. can you believe it has gone this fast? fast ands furious. >> the fans have been since day one. they are about to make history.
>> how do you make the movie any bigger. it keeps topping the one before. >> after we do one movie, how in the world are we going to top this? we keep doing it. usually sequels get worse and worse, this one keeps getting better and better. >> pretty soon you will have aliens. >> we are running out of names. fast this furious that. i am happy it's successful and everyone supports. we just continue to surprise people. you never know who will jump in. like jason is a part of this and you have the rock and myself and pat reece and michelle rodriguez. it's a beautiful thing. >> you got to do a streaming in atlanta. what was that like? >> it's great to force the studio to say hey, i live in atlanta. it's beautiful to invite your
family and friends and bring everybody out. >> that's what people need to do. >> your family is expanding and you got married. give us the scoop. beautiful pictures. >> yeah. i'm married and i have a baby on the way. >> i love that. >> watch out there. >> that baby in there. >> there was an ultrasound picture and the baby was clapping his hands inside. >> are you kidding me? she must have been listening to ludicrous music. people can preorder it now.
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he admits that the decision was crazy, but he couldn't do it anymore. now he has no regrets saying i never felt more in control in my life and i feel like i'm doing right by myself and the boys. so i feel good. he said any rumors that the band had a rift could not be more wrong. he has not been happy for a while and might have kept going for the sake of other people. he regrets if he let anyone down. >> devastating news. it was certainly for my daughter. she is 13 and this spoke to her heart and she snap chatted me a photo of her in tears. her and her friend. it's a big deal. i'm glad i'm in touch with her. i got a snap shat account and now she is able to relay her feelings and devastation. we are older and they are not
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>> i would imagine that's because of the flavor. >> it's a lean meat. it doesn't have a lot of fat so it's relatively healthy. first the marinade. it's really simple. we have the mint garlic inside. if you can pour in the canola oil. >> is this it? great. we have fresh squeezed lime juice. and the worst shire cause. cumin, salt pepper and dried o reg no. >> this is the great marinade. for chicken or shrimp and it goes with just about everything. >> it doesn't take a lot. it doesn't look like much. >> for covers it perfectly. and now if you have 20 minutes and even overnight, it's great to marinade. save a little bit and while it's on the grill, you can dab a
little bit more on. we will add these to the grill. >> that sizzle is just -- you can immediately get the smell of the garlic. >> that was over here. >> how long does it take on each side? >> about three to four minutes. we will flip it and three machines to get it medium rare if you want the temperature higher. you go for longer. >> you know when they are medium rare? >> definitely for the steak. you go over here and we will slice this. >> i will pour oil. >> sorry this olive oil or canola? >> a little bit of oil and salt. we will could and place these on the grill. >> everything back here i love this part of it and you can go ahead and make the tacos.
15 years ago. that's a way for her to honor her late husband and something she now shares with her kids. she will share her story of why she runs. it will be nice to hear. >> it's getting there. i will be honest. i will be behind. >> it will be great. 10,000 women in central park. if you can be there, you will not regret it. good luck. thank you for christian slater. you
berkeley ambassador punching a man in a heated exchange. they were supposed to keep the area clear of tranceinants, but the man has been fired, his partner suspended. the downtown berkeley association called what happened unacceptable behavior. all the end of a line for an embattled east bay hospital. they voted last night to close april 21st. the hospital has been struggling with funding for quite some time. the board, though, is leaving open the possibility of reversing their decision if last minute funding can be secured. and your fast looks great for the weekend. nice and cool. here's meteorologist christina loren. >> thank you. beautiful day shaping up. all courtesy of the return of those low clouds. that natural coolant coming off the pacific, keeping temperatures about 10 to 15 degrees cooler than yesterday. widespread upper 60s to mid 70s. as we head throughout tomorrow and especially sunday, we have a very slight chance of showers.
we'll show you the future cast at 11:00, and then the wind will increase as we get into next week. a bit of a change coming your way. right now, here's mike and your drive. >> we'll caketake you to oakland where northbound strarlting to move better. a little slow as you're heading into downtown. let's show you the map. around 23rd is where we had an earlier crash. it looks like it has cleared out of lanes and off the shoulder in the last couple minutes. slower drive, a ittal bit for 580 heading to the toll plaza, but the metering lights have been on for a good portion of the morning's commute over the bay bridge. no more commotion at san mateo. cupertino still slow up north for 85 in towards sunnyvale. typical for the late commute. >> we'll have another local news update for you in about a half hour.
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your host on the cheek. >> where you supposed to kiss them? >> i don't know. maybe you just shake hands. >> i don't flowknow. >> in korea, take off your shoes. that's asian in general. >> i think it is respectful. in brazil do not show up on time unless your host tells you to specifically be on time. some places that's just the time. >> i wouldn't be able to live there. >> because you're prompt. >> i think it is the rudest thing in the world to make people wait for you -- like our -- never mind. >> we are always the first -- careful because they're pointing the cameras at you. yours is appearing to be not focussed. >> good. i like to not be focused. i look better. after 60 baby use the soft focus. >> you're always early. some of my meetings or lunches or parties, we're the first two. >> we like to be the first to leave, too. but in argentina, don't leave before coffee? i don't even drink coffee at night. >> you know what i have trouble with? at a party when -- i do leave early. but the hanging around to say
good-bye to everybody is endless. i don't think it is worth it. i think you can just slip out. >> you don't ever go to parties. you're a drive-by person. >> yes, i am. >> hoda shows up and says hey. then she disappears. in greece -- this is weird -- you have to bring a potted plant. >> as a gift. >> they're heavy! >> in britain you're supposed to bring enough booze to cover yourself and some extra as a gift to the host. >> that's my house, too. no it's not. all right, in italy you got to clean your plate. "mamma mia!"! et eat the food. >> in france you bring a bottle of champagne. >> in united states don't show up unaflounced. oh that just happened and it didn't end well. >> really? >> yes. it's not right. it's rude. >> some people -- >> especially in the evening. >> some people think they're being spontaneous. hey, i'm just in the neighborhood. let me go by and say hi. >> no no that's always rude. rude, rude rude. do you have any rules in your house? we'd love to know.
>> do you? no, you don't. you guys are so welcoming. when you have people over -- >> but we expect them. i don't like it when people just show up at the house at all. no. you just kind of go what do you want? we don't say it but you want to say, why are you here and what do you want? what noises drive you guys crazy? okay. mine isn't even on the list. >> there is a condition, it is actually a condition. and it is calledsomething that means you hate the sounds. everyone has one that sticks in your craw. here are cringe worthy sounds. cracking knuckles. >> that wasn't cracking knuckles. >> nail clipping. >> ooh. you know what? >> toe nails. >> picture when you hear that on a plane. you're sitting there quietly and you're like who is that? >> they throw them over.
>> flying around. >> nose sniffling. well that kind. >> i don't like when someone blows their nose at -- when you're out to dinner. >> at the table? >> anyway they're just like -- >> are they supposed to get up? >> yeah. go into the restroom and bleeow your nose in the restroom. >> chewing gum. i was on a plane. i was enjoying some juicy fruit and i was reading a book. the woman next to me said -- >> a sexy book. >> when i have gum in my mouth, i'm trouble. she goes excuse me could you stop? it is really annoying the chewing of gum. >> i was so embarrassed. i took it out. >> stick it on her seat? >> no i did not. >> the number one -- you know what that is? slurping. no. number one -- >> what's your number one?
>> snoring. i cannot believe snoring didn't make the list. >> you know what? you're right. that's just annoying. >> but enough about bamby beebambino. >> when people drink out of a straw, the bottom of the drink, bottom of the cup, that is not great. how about gargling. all over my whopper. what's your favorite -- least favorite sound? >> i think it is the nose blowing at the table. there's something about it. i don't like that. it is not for me. >> we'd love to know what you all say. it is try day friday. >> what does that mean? we're going to try something new. >> well, you have. because you still have these. >> you know when you have that time of the month and all you want is something sweet or whatever? there is a company that delivers something called pms bites. they arrive on your doorstep once a month in boxes of six.
>> how do they know when it's time? just asking. >> they're made from dandelion roots for bloating chamomile to reduce stress siberian ginseng to reduce irritability. >> plain crazy be cocoa nutty. all kinds of nuts. 60 calories a pop. is that -- >> mmm. >> that was insincere. you know what time it is hoda? that's one of the most annoying sounds. enjoy. pretend you're -- >> it's time for our friday funny. come on, let's do it. okay. ready. >> hoda? >> yes. >> why don't they play poker in the jungle? >> wry don't they? >> too many cheetahs. mushroom. mushroom walks into a bar. bartender says hey, you can't drink here. mushroom says, why not?
i'm a fun-guy. get it? why does a tomato blush, hoda? >> why did the tomato blush, kath? >> because it saw the salad dressing. i told my mom she was drawing her eyebrows too high. she looked surprised. >> that's good. >> thank you, thank you. tip your waitress. you're going to be very busy this weekend. >> i am. >> you are flying all over. where are you going? >> i am going to boca raton, florida for the weekend. something called the boca. i'm going to appear at the whole foods on glades road in boca raton saturday at noon to 2:30. love to see you guys. >> kathie lee country. >> its a he hoda woman, too. how to get back on the dating scene if you've been out of it for a little while. >> our relationship experts will point you in the right direction right after this.
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i'm from fayetteville arkansas. i was just wondering how to get my aunt rita back into the dating scene. since my uncle passed away several years ago. >> that's a good question. >> that's really sweet. >> i was going to say how ready is she but she looks kind of ready. doesn't she. i mean the biggest thing for a woman like that is to actually find great single friends who aren't her niece. that's what she needs. if she can take up a hobby, people sometimes think well, if i take up a hobby, what if it is a hobby where there are no men there. it doesn't matter. if you met fun single women who you can actually go out guy, you'll meet single guys. >> the number one thing for anyone your age to meet new people is expand your social circle. taking up new activities meeting new people connect with people you've lost touch with reach out to that friend you haven't seen in five years. just let people know that you're ready to meet. >> focus on flirting instead of getting in a relationship.
the relationships seem like such a big goal. it's like saying i want to be a millionaire. focus on makinging ing$10 this week. focus on flirting. >> let's go to the next. >> hey, i'm derek from washington, d.c. i'm graduating from college soon. should i look for a relationship now or wait until i finish school? >> okay. >> people get into relationships in college. it gets complicated. >> if he's asking he's probably not ready for a relationship. >> that's a good point. >> why don't you live your life? >> stop analyzing. if you meet someone you like you're not really going to be asking that question should i be in a relationship now or should i hold off. it sound like he's thinking i'm going to sow my wild oats while i'm in college. do i really want a relationship. but the truth is he'll be able to do that later on so he doesn't have to worry. >> if he has somebody he's met and connected with be with that's really the question should i commit to this person versus wait. if he is somebody he connects
with, yeah. >> but he's young. he'll learn. >> who do we have now? >> hi. my name is claire bailey. i'm from west virginia. my question is playing hard to get. is that really something that boys like? >> let's ask the boy. >> did you like when women play hard to get? >> never in my life have i seen a woman and thought she's cold she's distant, she's aloof -- i must have her. that never works for me. >> you can be fun but play a game of hard to get. >> no. but see, this is the exact plame problem. people think playing hard to get is not showing interest. i say if i want to show a guy interest, do what women have always done. drop a handkerchief. would what a woman used to do he'd drop her handhandkerchief.
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easter just a week away. whether you are heading to church or brunch or a baunny hopunny hop you want your kids to dress in their sunday best. >> lifestyle editor for zulilly.com is here to show us some of this year's cutest trends. >> i love this segment because, a, we have such cute models. ashland and alana first. come on over ladies. how darling they are. >> a lace and embroidery trend. this is a great classic but with a twist. it has lace but also combines with a new mix of chevron. this is a dress by pinky. i love how it is all mixed up very different. the embroidery by gymboree. i say give a little girl an accessory and watch her rock it.
the little straw hat. >> i lo of that hat, ashland! >> affordable? >> always at zulilli. we love great on-trend pieces that are affordable, of course. >> excellent job! >> nice talking to you. okay. there she goes. >> next little group, we have lauren julian and fiona! oh i can't even. i can't. >> oh my gosh. oh my gosh. >> this is the retro geoprint group. for obvious reasons julian is rocking the retro look with the suspenders and the little bow tie. >> i can't even! >> this is from stinkymcgee.com. i love the separates from oshkosh bgosh. they're both wearing that great big block bold print. this is the same dress from hanna anderson but it looks completely different on them in a unique and gorgeous way.
>> you guys look so cute! >> i love braids in a little girl's hair. it is just adorable. >> you guys did great! >> yay for julian! see you later! >> there goes julian. >> bye, ladies. next up, we have elana and lucca. >> a model with an attitude. >> imagine that. >> they're do oging polka dots for boys and girls. they literally have six different polka dot dresses. joe-ella. this is such a classic in the black. >> put it with a little black sandal and you're set. >> for the boy over here this is the carter's piece which i thought is polka dots but it works great from winter transitioning into spring.
you can cuff that long sleeve up, offset with a striped little belt there. >> that's so cute! >> guys thank you so much. that was excellent! next up we have these siblings. it is a family of five. we're going to let the ladies go first. first, the tropical floral print trend here. i just love it's big, bold flowers that are very lush and tropical. she looks so fresh with the neon belt and just really comes alive on her. matteo on the left just loves color. color block with the old navy shirt. the longer shorts for easter really work. then anjello. he's 12 his body is growing at all different rates. old navy for the fed dorora, h & m
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if you're planning to do your taxes this weekend, listen up because we are playing a game "deduct this not that." we are going to help you figure out which deductions you can really take and the ones you may be missing. cnbc's personal finance correspondent -- we love her -- sharon epperson. >> this is going to be really fun. you're going to be so good at this hoda. i know it. i'll tell you a tax situation,
and you tell me whether the situation is true or false. we'll start with i took my family on a trip and i took a client out to dinner one night during that trip for business. i can deduct my travel expenses. true or false. >> false. >> i kind of -- you can deduct that meal. >> you can deduct that meal. but you can't deduct your travel expenses. not the travel expenses. they're a stickler on business versus pleasure. keep those receipts as well. >> your family and the client are eating together at the table. is the whole meal a write-off? >> it is a client dinner. if they're going to be very strict about it you probably just can cover the client meal. i have a guard dog for my business. i can deduct expenses for rt dog. food veterinarian bills. >> true. >> that's true. it is for your business ordinary and necessary business expense. you just have to prove that to the irs and you can deduct that as a business expense. i always put money in the
collection plate at church. i don't go every sunday but it is maybe $350 by the end of the year. charitable contribution? false. because you want to make sure you have documentation. if they give it to you, you're good. if they give you documentation, you're good. if it's cash there's no record. if it's by check. >> i just blown away with this one. >> day camp. my daughter loves her day camp. it costs a lot more than i thought it was. can i deduct expenses for day camp? >> why would you? >> it is true. you can actually get credit -- a tax credit. day camp expenses you can get a child care tax credit. they have to be under 13 years old. it is even better than a de deduction because it is a dollar per dollar tax break. overnight camp doesn't count.
day camp only. i can deduct my monthly fee for weight watchers because my doctor said i need to lose weight and i have high blood pressure. >> true. i say yes, you can. >> if the doctor prescribes it it is absolutely true. the irs will let you do it as a medical expense deduction. for an amount over 10% of your adjustable gross income. your medical expenses have to reach that threshold. so a lot of people are like i don't know if i can get that high. they'll do it through a flexible spending account and get a tax write-off that way. you don't know what i just said. >> okay. next. >> my dad is in a nursing home. i take care of him in terms of paying for all expenses of the nursing home. i can deduct that? >> no. >> well it is not -- he would have to live with you. but nursing home expenses may be deductible as a medical expense deduction. >> one quick one. >> one more.
so non-winning lottery tickets. non-winning. you like to play the lottery but you don't win. >> like the casino. >> it is true. you can. you know that one. >> why? >> you have to keep a diary of what you won and what you lost when it comes to gambling losses but if your losses are actually not any greater than your winning. you have to have more winnings than losses to be able to deduct. if you lost -- there is a catch. real quickly, i got to tell you, if you didn't get it right, if you're like i did my taxes already and i didn't do this you can amend your return. all the way back to 2011 if you get it in by april 15th. >> good to know. ready to find out what we're giving away? >> it is a good gift. but first, this is "today" on nbc. it
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remembering a fallen officer. the community gets ready to right now at 11:00, remembering a fallen officer. the community getting ready to honor the san jose police officer killed in the line of duty. good friday morning. thank you for joining us. i'm sam brock, in for scott mcgrew. >> i'm kris sanchez. it's a day filled with remembrances and vigils for mike johnson, the first of which begins about a half hour. >> bob redell is live in san jose. bob, it's a somber day for everybody involved. >> good morning to you, sam and rist rr. at noon in just about an hour the public is invited to this ordinary office building in downtown san jose to honor san jose police officer mike johnson, in an extraordinary way. create tv which