Skip to main content

tv   Today  NBC  June 12, 2015 7:00am-11:01am PDT

7:00 am
on. that is what's happening "today in the bay" we're back with you in 30 minutes with live local news. kick off your weekend the right way, there's a live shot, oracle arena. good morning. all for love? the new reports this morning that prison worker joyce mitchell may have had a relationship with not one but both of those escaped prisoners. the desperate search to find them enters day seven. authorities nab at terror suspect in the attempt to behead boston police officers. he'll face a judge today. whonchts are you? a prominent naacp leader under fire con fronted on television. are you african-american? >> i don't understand the question. >> how that interview ended with
7:01 am
an investigation now under way. and beaten, bloodied and baird. the cavs lose to the warriors in game four of the nba finals. he cuts his head on a camera and, oops, another camera shows a live audience what the king is made of. today is friday, june 12th, 2015. >> and good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a friday morning. matt has the morning off. that is a crowd for fallout boys who will take our concert stage in just a few minutes. we're trying to rack up that video in slow motion. i know you want to take a closer look. >> tough night.
7:02 am
they lose by 20 points at home. he breaks his head open and there is a reason we're blurring that below the belt. >> we'll have lebron's story in a moment. we want to get to the news. it is that intense manhunt for the two killers still on the loose one week since they escaped from that maximum security prison. our national correspondent has the latest on. that good morning. >> good morning. this small rural community remains on edge this morning. some of their latest leads say the escapees may nbtbe in the woods here. the fugitives are one step ahead of search teams. >> deploying an army more than 500 officers, authorities are chasing their best leads. canines were hot on the trail of fugitives david sweat and richard matt. >> we have helicopters. >> reporter: another all night search. after clues like bedding, food wrappers, even footprints were said to be found by investigators in these dense woods. >> 12-3 be advised marshals are
7:03 am
on the scene also. >> reporter: s.w.a.t. teams ordering locals to lock their doors again. trapped neighbors telling nbc news, heavily arms police clearing home after home. >> he had a pistol drawn. he told me to go back to the home because they were doing a push through the woods. >> reporter: the tense lockdown here stretching now two days. police thought to be getting close. >> officer sweeney. a possible sighting of the suspect. >> reporter: the large scale sweep focused on roughly 30 acres. the rugged terrain offering plenty of cover in a swath of woods just three miles from the prison. >> it's a huge police presence. everyone has shot guns and rifles and pistols. >> reporter: but this morning what police don't have is the escapees. still the search is far from over. >> we're looking underneath every rock, behind every tree and inside every structure until we catch these two. >> reporter: while the dragnet here continues to come up empty, investigators say they are
7:04 am
following new leads every day. they remain confident they will close in on the suspects. >> all right. miguel, thank you. >> there's some stunning new information coming to light this morning about the prison employee who allegedly helped with that escape plan. nbc's stephanie gosk has more on that angle. stephanie, good morning. >> good morning, willie. the da here says that a prison guard filed a kblant aboutcomplaint about a possible improper relationship between joyce mitching and david sweat last year. >> reporter: she thought it was love say sources familiar with the investigation about the relationship between convicted killer richard matt and prison worker joyce mitchell. but now the district attorney says the prison investigated mitchell for an alleged improper relationship with david sweat as well. >> there wasn't specific information to either block or facility. had some type of formal charges within the facility filed against her, but action was taken to separate the two of
7:05 am
them for a period of time. >> reporter: the da also denied that mitchell supplied power tools to help the inmates with their escape. >> she brought contraband into the facility but i'm not going to get into what it was. >> reporter: a former guard at clinton correctional told nbc news that some prisoners would target the "weakest workers." civilian savers like joyce mitchell were not considered as "hardcore" as the guards. the inmates even have a name for it, "grooming." >> they're kind of established a little ounce of flirtation. it's a power differential. they have everything to gain. she has everything to lose. >> reporter: in most cases, sources familiar with clinton correctional say the gain was generally small, cigarettes, food, newspapers. but matt and sweat pushed mitchell for much more. sources close to the investigation tell nbc news mitchell was supposed to be the get away driver. but on the day of the escape, the 51-year-old didn't show up. instead, checking herself into a hospital with a panic attack.
7:06 am
mitchell has not been charged. she has been cooperating with police and giving them information but she does still say class d felonies that could bring anywhere from two to seven years in prison. back to you. >> all right. thank you. let's turn to the former west chester county new york district attorney and she is now host of news channels justice with judge janine. so she is charged, how serious could the charges be? >> the sad part of all of this is the laws in new york in terms of aiding and abetting an escape, promoting prison contraband, most of them are d felonies, the most can you face assuming there is evidence is to support it is seven years. >> what about a conspiracy charge? >> a conspiracy charge wouldn't get more than that based on the other underlying charge which is the escape. >> if the reports are true she was supposed to be the get away driver and didn't do it, will that help her situation at all with the prosecutors. >> it depends it, f. there is any action of the conspiracy on her part, then she culpable. the fact she didn't go through
7:07 am
it with, she doesn't matter. she committed some act in the course of that conspiracy. but the fact that she pulled back and didn't call the police, that's not going to help her at all. >> there are all kinds of reports about her alleged relationships with one, maybe both of these inmates. you know, aren't correction officers trained not to fall for the charms of the prison inmate? i mean this is not exactly a new story where the inmates try to wow their way into the hearts of the guards. >> human beings are human beings regardless of the setting. what you got is you've got an attempt always by prisoners to row manlt romanticize with a correction officer. it happens all the time. the problem right now is you have the two guys who one has life without parole, i don't understand why they don't have some kind of gps or a chip implanted in them. if they're lifers or at least one, is the other is 25 to life, there is no way we should be going through this. we should be able to identify
7:08 am
them immediately based upon gps or a chip. >> have you ever seen a case like this? i mean outside of the movies, where there was such an elaborate prison escape plot? >> look, when i was da, there was an escape plot but nothing like this. this is shaw shafrpg redemption and the problem is now every other inmate around the state is going to say -- around the country, maybe i can do this, too. >> always good to you have here. thank you so much. >> there was a new arrest overnight tied to a chilling plot to kill police officers in boston. nbc justice correspondent pete williams has more. >> good morning. this is the second person who officials say was aware of plans by a boston man to carry out attacks with knives. he was shot to death last week by boston police and fbi agents who sought to question him. overnight the fbi arrested nicholas ravinski, 24 from rye richlt police and the fbi searched his home for several days last week and also took him in for questioning. officials say he and another man
7:09 am
met on a rhode island beach almost two weeks ago and discussed the plan by raheem to behead a new york woman, pamela geller, who organized last month's contest in texas. the fbi says he changed his mind and decided to attack police. officials did not disclose what charges will be filed against ravinski when he appears in court which will be later today. he'll be formally charged and more details will be revealed. willie? >> we'll look for that court appearance today. thank you so much. >> turning t >> turning to natalie now. she is following more information and developments about that major cyber attack. >> officials are acknowledging that massive hack into government personnel records was more serious than once thought. we first told you about this story last week. now it turns out that some of the stolen data was from diplomats and other workers with security clearances who deal with nuclear and trade secrets. hackers believed to be from china may have access government data bases undetected for more than a year.
7:10 am
a virginia high school student pleaded guilty thursday to providing material to support to isis. officials say 17-year-old used social media to garner monetary support and recruit others to fight with isis. prosecutors say he also went online to help another teen make travel arrangements to syria. he could face 15 years in prison. a cleveland judge ruled there is probable cause to charge two police officers in the death of 12-year-old rice. it still up to the grand jury whether the officers will be charged. rice was killed by police gunfire in november outside of a recreation center. officials told investigators that they believed the boy was reaching for a firearm which turned out to be a pellet gun. a showdown on capitol hill. many house democrats say they plan to vote today against a measure to retrain americans who have lost their jobs because of international trade. democrats say they are willing
7:11 am
to sacrifice that favored program in order to bring down an entire package that would give president obama fast track trade negotiating authority which would let the president present congress with proposed trade agreements that law make koerz either ratified or reject but they could not change. a programming note for you. don't forget game five of the stanley cup final, the blackhawks and the lightning all tied up at two games apiece. you can see it right here on nbc tomorrow night 8:00 p.m. eastern, 5:00 pacific. you may have heard of the splash brothers, a nickname for the two starsst golden state warriors, of course. but two divers in the philippines may have just stolen that nickname. take a look. here's why. this is the southeast asian games in singa for. yeah, that hurt real bad. he landed flat on his back trying his fourth dive in the men's three meter springboard event. >> have mercy. >> yes. have mercy but, no, the judge did not. he got a zero. and his teammate didn't fair any
7:12 am
better much he hit the watt we are his feet first. he also got a zero. i wonder what kind of training goes into that kind of diving? >> you know, we could do that. >> yeah. >> i'm thinking, i have a new sport here. i'm good at the belly flop. >> should have done a cannonball. they wouldn't have this problem. >> thanks, natalie. al, how it is looking outside? >> hot and steamy here. boy did we have flooding last night in the mile high city. this is denver. they got a couple inches of rain in 30 minutes and look at this. this is the river there. i mean this is just one of the areas. they had deep water rescues, homes were flooded. they had businesses flooded in downtown. and today some of that flooding is still hanging around. you can see there is still standing water. we're looking at more heavy showers and thunderstorms making their way through chicago and back through texas and parts of oklahoma. in fact, we got a risk of severe weather from parts of new york state all the way to parts of central illinois.
7:13 am
27 million people at risk. isolated tornadoes in this region. and what we're going to watch is the future cast pushes through, more heavy showers and thunderstorms. look at what is happening down here from oklahoma into texas. we could be looking at very heavy rain, in fact, we expect to see flood threats from texas, oklahoma all the way into illinois with heavy rainfall amounts. about a half inch to an inch in the northeast. but look at what's coming between friday and saturday. as we go even further into the weekend, there could be five to eight inches of rain in northern texas and parts of western oklahoma. flooding is going to be another big problem as we head into the weekend and early next week. we're going to get to your local forecast coming up in the next
7:14 am
good morning. i will i'm meteorologist kari hall. a lot of sunshine across the bay and right now temperatures are comfortable, about you not so much had this afternoon. it heats up to 86 degrees for the peninsula and the south bay 95 degrees, the north bay also very hot, 94 can degrees, looking at all the micro climates you see 80s, 90 has and trinl digit temperatures for the tri-valley, 102 degrees in plen tan ton. stay cool. go to weather channel on cable, online. guys? >> all right. al, thank you so much. we definitely are interested in the nba finals. >> just now? come on!
7:15 am
>> sa van yashgs how dare you? game four last night, what a great game. did you watch it? >> yeah. >> wrapped up thursday night. a comfortable win for the golden state warriors over the cleveland cavaliers. that series now tied up at two. lots to talk about in the orange room. a bit of a scare for cavs hans before the half. lebron james took a fall, colliding with the camera. watch this. the head goes, the body follows. boom. right in the lens. that was going to leave a mark. he hit his head. didn't keep him out long. they quickly took care of the bleeding. lebron was back for the rest of the game. afterward, he did go get some stitches. he said he was experiencing a bit of a headache but that was about it. eent king needs a little consoling from his mom. this is a great vine quickly making its way around the internet. let me show you this one. mom came over to the bench. babe why you you all right? a little kiss. and the king was back on the court. now the kiss, the cut, they weren't the only lebron moments that social media picked up on. i know we started the show with this image. lebron's flash was a trending
7:16 am
topic thanks to this descental sneak peek that happened just before the game in the huddle. i mean lightning fast. there making adjustments. a little wardrobe thing. the rest is history. game five we saw a little bit more of lebron than we've ever seen before. that was trending, too. oracle arena, we're back in oakland for that one. a great series. >> he was doing something he does before every game. you tuck in the jersey. >> yeah. >> but there appeared to be a layer missing of protection between -- >> called underwear. >> exactly. >> hence the blurring on the screen. >> this is a family show. >> coming up, the naacp leader under investigation for falsely portraying herself as black. this is an incredible story. her own parents claiming she lived a lie for years. this morning, the very awkward interview of that woman is con fronted about the allegations. plus, secrets of life and relationships behind bars in the
7:17 am
wake of that brazen escape here in new york. we're going to go inside a prison to show you how workers and inmates interact. but first this is "today" on nbc. when broker chris hill stays at laquinta he fires up the free wifi with a network that's now up to 5 times faster than before! so he can rapidly prepare his presentation. and when he perfects his pitch, do you know what chris can do? and that is my recommendation. let's see if he's ready. he can swim with the sharks! he's ready. la quinta inns & suites take care of you, so you can take care of business. book your next stay at! la quinta!
7:18 am
7:19 am
okay. the crowd is ready for fallout boy. do you know we get more vip requests for this concert than any other so far this year? >> i believe it. >> and the plaza is packed. >> i love that song "uma thurman" such a goofy, fun song. >> these guys are great. this is a band that built their success based on the proliferation of social media. they didn't get a lot of radio play in the beginning and crazy fan base. they utilized that social media and that's why you see a crowd out there today. incredibly loyal fans. >> you can measure the
7:20 am
popularity of a band when you show up in the middle of the night for work and it's around the block. a big line this morning. >> they also have one of the best song titles ever "i know what your songs did in the dark." no "my songs know what you did in the dark." i wish i wrote that. >> kind of creepy when you say it. >> right? we're taking you on an unforgettable ride with some
7:21 am
song: rachel platten "fight song" ♪ two million, four hundred thirty-four thousand three hundred eleven people in this city. and only one me. ♪ i'll take those odds. ♪ be unstoppable. the all-new 2015 ford edge.
7:22 am
it's hard finding time to moisturize your skin every day. ♪
7:23 am
with micro droplets of vaseline jelly, new vaseline intensive care spray moisturizes and absorbs in seconds to help heal dry skin. so there's always time for healed skin. that's the healing power of vaseline. in seconds. ♪ me and you, ♪ ♪ and you and me. ♪ ♪ no matter how they tossed the dice. ♪ ♪ it had to be. ♪ ♪ the only one for me is you. ♪ ♪ and you for me. ♪ ♪ so happy together! ♪ now there's a rewards program that lets you earn points at one place and use them at another. introducing plenti. ♪ ♪ ♪ when it comes to rewards there's plenti together. ♪ ♪ ♪ does all greek yogurt have to be thick? does it all have to be the same? not with new light and fluffy yoplait greek 100 whips! let's whip up the
7:24 am
rules of greek! make fit happen! fit me matte and poreless foundation from maybelline new york. beyond matching skin tone... it fits skin's texture... blurs pores and controls shine you look totally natural. fit me matte and poreless show us your fit ♪ maybe it's maybelline! ♪ why am i so awake? did you know your brain has a wake system... and a sleep system? science suggests when you have insomnia, the neurotransmitters in your wake system may be too strong, which may be preventing you from getting the sleep you need. talk to your doctor about ways to manage your insomnia.
7:25 am
new smucker's fruit fulls. it's a delicious snack, made with fruit and whole grains like oats and chia! it's like having your own personal orchard any time, anywhere. with a name like smucker's, it has to be good. get dad the brands pros trust with big father's day savings now at lowe's, like this bosch cordless drill now only $99... and this kobalt® mechanic's tool set for only $99. so hurry in to lowe's and save on something he'll love.
7:26 am
good morning. it's 726 soik i'm kris sanchez. one person is dead after a sub brew station wagon crashed and burst into flames on highway 101 in south san jose. happened near hellyer avenue. that car caught fire an slamming into a tree with the driver still trapped inside. the chp tells us they have not yet determined whether the victim is a man or woman. brart directors passed a new budget by includes a plan to boost service and add more cars. complaints in recent months have grown over the crowded, dirty and delayed trains. bart expects the rollout to start by this september. now is this for a bounce back for the golden state warriors they won last night's critical game four of the nba
7:27 am
finals against the cavaliers. the warriors won thanks in part to a big contribution by andre iguodala. steve kerr started him for the first time tall season iguodala helped shut down lebron james and put in a career playoff high of 22 points. that series tied at two games apiece with game five in oakland on sunday. we have a heat up not just on the hardwood but also in the forecast. >> it will be hot today, starting out now with those temperatures in the mid 50s but already 67 degrees in the east bay and the south bay now 61 degrees. all of the microclimates are going way up today, up to 80 degrees for soma and we had wood city 87 degrees, san jose today reaching 91 degrees, santa rosa 91 degrees and we will be close to making some new records today, especially as we see those triple digits approximate in the tri-valley today, livermore today 100 degrees. now, let's check in on the 101 with mike. >> very close to livermore's
7:28 am
temperature, a slow drive as we've seen all week for this corridor university to embarcadero if in palo alto. this slowing despite on our map we do have a crash south 101 before we get to that slower corridor. northbound and southbound showing that coal slum increase san jose not so bad, scattered crashes for 24 on the east shore freeway but a light volume and flight traveling flow toward the bay bridge. we have more local news coming up for you in just a half hour. we'll see you then.
7:29 am
(music) hey! let me help with that. oh, thank you! (music) introducing the one-and-only volkswagen golf sportwagen. the sportier utility vehicle. ♪ we came in station wagons, campers, on planes to see what walt had built. ♪ forever young ♪ and what we found was a place that was always growing, but never grew old. ♪ forever young ♪ and now comes a celebration 60 years in the making. the disneyland diamond celebration. ♪ may you stay ♪ with dazzling, new experiences for the young ♪ may you stay ♪ and the young at heart. ♪ forever young ♪ come remember that feeling. ♪ forever young ♪ come feel forever young.
7:30 am
snoets . 7:30 now on friday morning. 12th of june 2015. have we mentioned, fall out boy is here. we have a great crowd getting ready for the concert. >> we have been singing that song "centuries" all morning. can't wait to hear from them in a little while. meanwhile, let's take a look at what's making headlines. the search for those convicted killers who escaped from a new york prison now entering day seven. police canvassing towns and wooded areas around the facility and even though there is no sign of the escapees officials say they are confident the two men will be caught. a virginia high school student facing up to 15 years in prison after pleading guilty to providing material support to isis. the 17-year-old used social media to recruit for the terror network, also helped another
7:31 am
teenager make travel plans to syria. and a wide area of the country is dealing with flood threats. several parks are under water in denver and a similar scene in parts of louisiana where the red river is still rising and not expected to crest until monday. and coming up on "my kid would never do that," teens faced with what they think is someone trying to take advantage of a girl who appears to be drunk. will the teen speak up? stay tuned. we begin with a bizarre investigation that comes out of washington state. a prominent naacp leader accused of lying about being black. today sheinelle jones is here with the story. good morning. >> reporter: rachel is president of the naacp. she is also chair of the city's office of police ombudsman commission. and it's that position that's led to the scandal. the question city officials in spokane, washington, want answered this morning, did she violate policy by lying about her race on a job application. she serves as chair woman of the
7:32 am
city's office of police ombudsman commission where she identified herself as black, white and american indian for the volunteer appointment. she is the head of the local chapter of the naacp, and also teaches africana studies at eastern washington university. >> she wants to recreate reality. she wants to just invent it herself. >> reporter: now her parents, who are both white, have come forward, telling the nbc affiliate, khq, their family ancestry is czech, swedish and german with a touch of native american heritage and for years, their daughter has been misleading people. >> she knows it's false. but i think she has told herself, as well as she has told others this erroneous identity of hers enough that by now she may believe it more than she believes the truth. >> reporter: she made headlines in spokane back in february when she said racist and threatening letters had been sent to the naacp post office box. when a reporter for a television
7:33 am
station kxly interviewed her, she was also asked about her racial background. >> is that your dad? >> yeah that's -- that's my dad. >> reporter: this man right here is your father? right there? >> do you have a question about that? >> reporter: yes, ma'am. >> okay. >> reporter: i was wondering if your dad really is an african-american man. >> that's a very -- i don't know what you're implying. >> reporter: are you african-american? >> i don't -- i don't understand the question. i did tell you that yes, that's my dad. and he was unable to come in january. >> reporter: are your parents -- >> reporter: the story quickly went viral trending worldwide on twitter overnight, many asking her to be removed from her job, saying don't talk to me about how she understood knew the black struggle when she could pick and choose when to be black.
7:34 am
nbc news was unable to reach her, and she had no comment to our affiliate, khq. a source with the naacp tells our affiliate there was an executive board meeting last night, and as of now, nothing has changed. rachel will lead the usual naacp general membership meeting this coming monday. no one knows what will happen after that. >> that is bizarre. and that it's her parents that came forward. and alerted people to this. >> that she has been misrepresenting herself. >> talk about a reversal. normally there are black people that pass as white. but i've never heard of anything like this. >> this is a story trending all over the world this morning. we'll watch and follow and see what happens. >> incredible gotcha moment there. sheinelle, thank you so much. al how about a look at the forecast? >> what do you mean by that? anyway let's show what we've got going on temperature wise. we've got a difference of really some interesting temperatures okay. so underneath this front, you've got the warm front, the boundary of the warm air where the heat is. and look at these temperatures
7:35 am
today. we're talking about new york city 8 degrees above average at 86. 93 in d.c. new york folk 95. cleveland, 87 degrees, although i don't think anybody cares about the temperature in cleveland right now. but then you go behind the front and look at those temperatures. 71 in chicago. that's 8 degrees below normal. kansas city 77. dodge city 70. denver at 69. 13 degrees below average. well we do have a risk of strong storms in west texas to western oklahoma for some isolated tornadoes. also a slight risk of strong storms in western new york into central illinois. sunshine along the coast. that's what's going good friday morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. it's going to be a hot one today. especially for the north bay and the south bay. north bay, 94 degrees, a lot of sunshine. and this weekend it is here and it will be hot. reaching 97 degrees in the tri-valley, san francisco, how, not bad, 74 degrees, it does
7:36 am
come down a few degrees for sunday, we keep the sunshine, a stronger on shore flow but overall it is looking like a nice but toasty weekend. pors and that's your latest weather. willie? >> al thank you so much. how do inmates become so close with prison employees they would actually help with their escape? nbc's kerry sanders is at a maximum security iowa state penitentiary in ft. marred madison with an inside look. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, willie no. matter what prison in our nation veterans corrections officers say they constantly have to remain vigilant because inmates are like conmen constantly trying to exploit whatever weakness they can find. it was inevitable. the escape has prompted prison authorities across the country, including here at iowa state penitentiary to reexamine the way things are done. >> we recently had a restricted movement lockdown due to an
7:37 am
escape attempt at this institution. >> reporter: do you think that's because they were encouraged by what they heard in new york? >> i don't know for sure. it certainly well could be. >> reporter: as in the movies like "the green mile." >> do you understand? >> yes. i think i can. >> reporter: corrections officers' daily interactions with inmates are a balancing act. share too much information and an inmate smells vulnerability. >> i know you've got something going on marriage probably on the rocks, anything i can do. >> reporter: they're trying to connect. >> yes. >> reporter: and when they make that connection. >> establish that rapport and play on that rapport. >> reporter: use it as your weakness and their position of power. >> set the hook if you will. >> reporter: in the netflix show "orange is in the new black" inmates use anything to compromise those in charge especially when it's men and women. >> it's one of those things where it's kind of a catch-22 when you're trying to be empathetic with them they try to turn around and use that against you. >> reporter: because they're
7:38 am
trying to manipulate. >> absolutely. >> reporter: it's why corrections officers not only watch over inmates but also each other. >> prison experts say every inmate sitting in a cell like this wonders the same thing. even if they're not going to act on it how to escape. >> ingenuity in prison is amazing. >> reporter: larry laughton was an inmate in federal prison for 11 years. he has turned his life around and helps troubled teens. >> believe me it's easy to get into a relationship and get hooked up with a guard. >> reporter: here in iowa at another prison inmates are kept busy in workshop. the reasoning, less time to plan escapes. >> and if a tool goes missing? >> if a tool goes missing, nobody goes back to their cell. everybody is searched the place is searched shook down until it's found. >> reporter: here at the iowa state prison they allowed us in because they're proud of the way they run this penitentiary. it was first opened in 1839.
7:39 am
that was seven years before iowa was even a state. and willie if you're wondering why we blurred the faces of the inmates, it's not because they have a right to privacy, rather out of deference to the victims of their crimes who may be watching television this morning and would just be too shocked to see their faces on the morning news. >> disturbing hearing some of the details about prison life sometimes. >> absolutely. kerry sanders, thank you so much. we still don't know exactly what happened in upstate new york but joyce mitchell did say, quote, she thought it was love with one of the escaped convicts. >> a lot of people are now interested about what happened behind the walls. coming up on trending meet the little girl who was meeting with the queen and did not go quite the way she expected. plus -- >> we're flying in formation with the team off the coast of connecticut in an l-39 aircraft. it will be a heck of a ride coming up on the "today" show.
7:40 am
♪ we will rock you anthem ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ call 1-800-royal caribbean or your travel agent today ♪ i found a happy place ♪ ♪ it's written on my face ♪ ♪ we're singin', we're singin' ♪ ♪ i found a happy
7:41 am
place ♪ ♪ a rather happy place ♪ ♪ i'm singin', i'm singin' ♪ ♪ ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh ♪ ♪ i found a happy place ♪ [ female announcer ] with ingredients like roasted hazelnuts, skim milk, and cocoa there's a whole lot of happy in every jar of nutella. spread the happy. the answer to treating your dog's fleas and ticks is staring you right in the face. nexgard, from the makers of frontline® plus. it's the only soft beef-flavored chew that kills both fleas and ticks. vets recommend it. and dogs, well they're begging for it. nexgard is for dogs only. and hasn't been evaluated for use in pregnant, breeding or lactating dogs. reported side effects include vomiting, dry flaky skin diarrhea, lethargy and lack of appetite. use with caution in dogs with a history of seizures. recommended by vets. loved by dogs. from the makers of frontline plus. buying a used car can be a scary proposition. you walk onto that lot and immediately you are surrounded
7:42 am
like a guppy in a shark tank. it just feels like car salesmen want to sell whatever car is best for them, not best for me. there's gotta be a better way. ♪ ♪ as long as people drive cars carmax will be the best way to buy them. uhhh - i left my phone in the living room. this isn't the most efficient way for people -or air to travel. awww! ducts produce uneven temperatures and energy loss. mitsubishi electric systems offer a better way with no new ductwork.... and lower energy bills. so everyone gets exactly what they want! mitsubishi electric cooling and heating. make comfort personal.
7:43 am
we're back at 7:42. nbc's tom costello told us this was one of the most exhilarating performances of his life riding with some of the world's top pilots as they practice some daring moves for the bright ling north american air show. >> reporter: they're one of the world's elite arrow battic teams. precision, speed, daring and perfect synchro nicety. they perform around the world. now for the first time they have come to america and invited me to fly along. my pilot, a french fighter pilot for 22 years, two years on the brightling team. the plane, a czech built l-39 albatross, used to train fighter pilots around the world. as for me i'm a novice. my first time. and i'm a little worried about losing my breakfast. how many gs are you going to put me through today? >> i think between maybe 4 --
7:44 am
we're going to be smooth. >> reporter: after strapping me in and showing me how to pull the eject handle something i have no interest in actually trying we're off. >> here we go. and we're up. we are about 100 feet. we're at 200 feet. >> reporter: the sixth aircraft in a formation of seven. and that's what sets this team apart. very few teams fly seven aircraft this close in loops and rolls. >> left barrel. >> reporter: a left barrel is a twisting roll up and over the top. the ocean sliding over my head. wow! that is unbelievable. at 4 gs, the blood quickly runs from your head to your knees. i was really hoping not to get sick. >> are you okay tom? >> yes, sir, i'm fine. >> reporter: i was more nervous how close we were to the other planes. how close are we to this guy? >> we are ten feet. >> reporter: just ten feet away. >> yeah. >> reporter: it's a tightly
7:45 am
choreographed ballet. >> change formation. >> reporter: that brightling is taking to air shows across the country. maximum speed 465 miles per hour and 8 gs. flying in the plane next to us former space shuttle commander and navy pilot, mark kelly. >> in a loop that's remarkable. >> they are very good together and really special pilots. >> reporter: finally, back on the ground -- the air feels good. that was fantastic. fresh air after the ride of a lifetime. for "today," tom costello nbc news east haven, connecticut. >> wow. >> he kept his breakfast down. >> we all had the same thought, i can't believe how those they are. ten feet away from each other in formation. >> some turbulence could cause problems. >> brave man. just ahead, lather up. what's behind the growing trend of -- get this -- women shaving
7:46 am
their faces. and marlon brando's speck let secret. the epic acting hi, my name is cliff. i'm tom. my name is eric. and i help make beneful. i help make beneful. i help make beneful. after working here, there's no other food i'd feed my pets. each ingredient is tested by our own quality insurance people. i see all the quality data everything that i need to know that it's good for my dog. there's a standard. and then there's a purina standard. i make it and i feed my dog beneful. i feel proud because i know that i helped make that bag of dog food sitting on that shelf. this moment is perfect in every way. just like my kid. gooey. flakey. happy. toaster strudel test. test. test. .
7:47 am
if you struggle with type 2 diabetes you're certainly not alone. fortunately, many have found a different kind of medicine that lowers blood sugar. imagine what it would be like to love your numbers. discover once-daily invokana®. it's the #1 prescribed in the newest class of medicines that work with the kidneys to lower a1c. invokana® is used along with diet and exercise to significantly lower blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes. it's a once-daily pill that works around the clock. here's how: the kidneys allow sugar to be absorbed back into the body. invokana® reduces the amount of sugar allowed back in and sends some sugar out through the process of urination. and while it's not for weight loss, it may help you lose weight. invokana® can cause important side effects
7:48 am
including dehydration, which may cause you to feel dizzy, faint, lightheaded, or weak especially when you stand up. other side effects may include kidney problems, genital yeast infections urinary tract infections changes in urination high potassium in the blood, or increases in cholesterol. do not take invokana® if you have severe kidney problems or are on dialysis. stop taking and call your doctor right away if you experience symptoms such as rash, swelling, or difficulty breathing or swallowing. tell your doctor about any medical conditions medications you are taking and if you have kidney or liver problems. using invokana® with a sulfonylurea or insulin may increase risk of low blood sugar. it's time. lower your blood sugar with invokana®. imagine loving your numbers.
7:49 am
there's only one invokana®. ask your doctor about it by name. we're back now at 7:49 with more of natalie's powerful series "my kid would never do that." as parents, you talk to your children about the dangers of drinking and driving. >> of course. there is another concern this morning, teens and alcohol mix. this often gets overlooked but it's the danger of sexual assault. >> this is a tough one and we set out with parents who wanted to help teach their kids how to keep themselves and others safe. we brought the teens to a party space for what they thought was a focus group and using actors and hidden cameras, we put them in what looks like real-life scenarios to see how they would react. >> you know what goes really good with grapefruit juice? >> what? >> is vodka. you want to put a little in there? >> reporter: this is not a test about stopping underage
7:50 am
drinking. it's about how to step in when you think someone is in danger of being sexually assaulted. about to be tested are 17-year-old corbin and 14-year-old christian. their moms are outside in our "dateline" "dateline" watch mobile. >> interesting watching your kids. like peering into their minds. this actress is just pretending to be drunk. >> cheers! >> reporter: and our actor is pretending he's going to take advantage of her, applying her with what looks like more and more alcohol. >> drink it drink it drink it. drink it quickly. >> i'll be right back. can you -- i'm going to -- >> where are you going? >> i'm going to the bathroom. >> are you okay? >> reporter: that's when our actor let's the group in on his plan. >> so wasted. >> i know you're trying to get with her. >> know i know this is probably my chance right now. >> reporter: when he leaves corbin and christian are very uncomfortable. >> i'll be right back. >> are you really -- >> oh god. >> reporter: but will they do anything about it?
7:51 am
on the edge of your seat. >> i really am. >> reporter: listen to christian, through nervous laughter he seems to grasp the seriousness of the situation. >> i swear, if they don't come out for like five minutes, we're calling the police. >> reporter: corbin seems to hope everything will somehow work out. >> maybe she's going to like pull it together or something. >> reporter: while our actors are off in the bathroom the boys sit and wait. and wait. and wait. >> this is awkward. >> reporter: then our actor playing the aggressor -- comes back alone. >> what happened? >> reporter: and starts to brag. >> she wanted it. it was good. >> reporter: the boys loughner vowsly but never challenge him. it's hard for their moms to watch. >> not what i expected. >> reporter: danielle not what you expected of christian either? >> honestly i didn't have real
7:52 am
solid expectations. i thought this is invaluable. >> hi! >> reporter: time for me to go talk to the boys. >> i didn't know what to do. >> reporter: yeah you know what i don't think a lot of us know what to do. >> i was just shocked. >> i kind of feel kind of bad now. >> reporter: you feel bad? >> that i didn't do anything. >> reporter: our expert founder of date safe an anti sexual assault organization says if you want your kids to do the right thing, you need to help them make a game plan. >> ask your child, what do you think you would say in this moment? if your child is like i don't know i would just say -- i would just handle it. no what would you precisely say? keep role-playing all the different situations so they gain the skill set for themselves. >> that's the key. and corbin and christian learned a lot from this experience and their parents are glad they went through it. >> that's good advice have a game plan. you've got to know what you would do in that situation. >> role play with your kids. >> if you want to see more on "my kid would never do that"
7:53 am
it's this sunday at 8:00 7:00 central on nbc. fall out boy on our toyota summer concert stage, a massive crowd of fans outside on the plaza. and a ton of music this morning. it's all after your local news and weather. living with chronic migraine feels like each day is a game of chance. i wanted to put the odds in my favor. so my doctor told me about botox® an fda-approved treatment that significantly reduces headache days for adults with chronic migraine. 15 or more headache days a month each lasting 4 hours or more. it's proven to actually prevent headache days. and it's injected by my doctor once every 3 months. the effects of botox® may spread hours to weeks after injection causing serious symptoms. alert your doctor right away as difficulty swallowing speaking, breathing, eye problems, or muscle weakness can be a sign of a life-threatening condition. side effects may include allergic reactions neck and injection site pain fatigue and headache. don't take botox® if you have a skin infection. tell your doctor about your medical
7:54 am
history muscle or nerve conditions and medications, including botulinum toxins as these may increase the risk of serious side effects. put the odds on your side. visit to learn how to save on your treatment. talk to a headache specialist today about botox®. welcome to fort green sheets. welcome to castle bravestorm. it's full of cool stuff, like... my trusty bow. and free of stuff i don't like. we only eat chex cereal. no artificial flavors, and it's gluten-free. mom, brian threw a ball in the house!
7:55 am
see, we've completely remodeled the kitchen. cozy. ♪ let's go check out the pantry! ♪ it's our dunkin' dream room! amazing! one taste and you'll understand. delicious dunkin' donuts coffee. pick some up where you buy groceries. try french roast and colombian today. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
7:56 am
. good morning. 7:56 right now i'm kris sanchez. san francisco police are releasing new surveillance video of this terrifying armed robbery at a convenience store last month. it happened in the early morning hours of may 19th on a shell station -- at a shell situation on harrison street south of market. the two gunmen went into the market and instead of taking money they went after the clerk with their gun. the clerk ran for his life police say the gunmen followed him and fired several shots as he ran but thankfully they missed. if you have to get around tomorrow be aware bart trains will not run between the fruitvale station and coliseum station all day long. tracks are going to be worked on for a maintenance project, however, bart plans to run buses between the two stations and service should resume sunday morning well ahead of sunday night's game at oracle arena. the warriors hopefully going to win that one. meteorologist kari hall is here with a look at the forecast
7:57 am
that will have you going, it's hot today. >> it is going to be hot today and to start out the weekend as we get a look at this gorgeous shot from belvedere, this is what you need to know today, mainly clear this morning, some patchy bay fog and temperatures just jump up at around noontime and some of the hot spots will be near 100 degrees today, you know where you are in the tri-valley and parts of the north bay, also for the far south bay. mainly clear this evening and here is a look at some of those temperatures los gatos today, 90 degrees and even some triple digits as we take a look at the tri-valley. let's check in with mike. 101 moves smoothly there's a merge off lucas valley and a stall over on the shoulder a little slowing here. brightly hit here on our shot. we have a little slow down there, no other problems in towards san francisco, the bay bridge metering lights on slowing on either soid of the bay not dramatic watch that pally jam by university and 101
7:58 am
and up by sjc for that build.
7:59 am
8:00 am
it's 8:00 on "today." hair today, gone tomorrow. the new brutity trend that has women lathering up in the quest for smoother skin. >> it's my favorite thing. >> but does it work is this. >> plus a man paralyzed from the waist down takes a dream trip to the grand canyon with the help of his three sons an eight grandsons. >> it just seemed like a way for us as a family to give back to dad. >> you won't for get that incredible journey. >> a time to be proud of your family. ♪ >> plus the boys are back in town. fall outboy takes over the plaza for a live concert.
8:01 am
fridayup june 12, 2015. >> fall out boy forever! >> from alabama to see fall out boy. >> from philadelphia to see fall out boy. >> we're from jersey and we love fall out boy. >> we love fall out boy! it's 8:00 on "today." welcome back. we've got a great crowd out here on our plaza. and just a few moments, we're going to get things started with fall out boy as our toyota commercial concert series goes on. >> we have our own rock star, wrangler, with us. we're looking forward to today's
8:02 am
concert, of course and we have another lined up for you on monday. james taylor will be here on the eve of the release of his new album. album. if you're in the area make your plans to be here on monday to see the great james taylor. >> that is going to be amazing. also coming up this morning, camila alves makes dinner easier on yourself and your wallet. a meal and dessert to feed a family of five just five ingredients and a price tag of 5 bucks. >> wow! >> love that. first, let's get a check of our top stories of the morning. natalie's at the news desk. hey, nat, good morning. >> good morning to you. two killers who escaped from a new york state prison managed to evade an all-night search by hundreds of police officers. nbc national correspondent miguel almaguer is covering the manhunt. miguel, good morning. >> reporter: natalie, good morning. investigators say they are following their best leads. more than 500 officers scoured the woods in this area looking for both of those inmates, richard sweat and mr. matt. they say they have not been able to locate them though they are being able to track them. investigators say they used canines to track those inmates
8:03 am
into this area over the last couple of days, but so far, their search has turned up nothing. investigators saying they are also looking into joyce mitchell. she's the 51-year-old prison insider who may have been working with those suspects those inmates, to break out of prison. police say she is a person of interest and she is still being questioned. natalie? >> all right, miguel almaguer in dannemora, new york. thank you. meanwhile, the prison worker suspected of playing a role in the escape may have had personal relationships with both of the missing murderers. sources had earlier told nbc news that joyce mitchell thought she was in love with richard matt. now the "wall street journal's" reporting that prison officials believed mitchell was also getting too close to convicted cop killer david sweat. an investigation did not find enough evidence to discipline mitchell back then but sweat was moved out of the prison tailor shop where mitchell taught. a rhode island man is in custody this morning, facing charges related to a plot to attack police officers in boston. overnight, the fbi arrested
8:04 am
24-year-old nicholas robinski. police and the fbi searched his home for several days last week. he's the second person who officials say was aware of plans by a boston man, usaama rahim, to carry out attacks with knives. rahim was shot to death last week by boston police and fbi agents who sought to question him. an explosion that was caught on camera has taken the life of a woman who was managing her parents' coffee shop while they were on vacation. patrons are seen running after a car plowed into the cafe. its bumper punctured containers of flammable gas, setting off a fireball. police say the driver of the car may have suffered a heart attack behind the wheel. a great white shark did something nobody expected after circling a fishing boat off the coast of new zealand. the predator then opened its jaws and tried to chomp down on the boat's outboard motor. good way to chip a tooth there, but the fisherman says the shark
8:05 am
wanted to pull it out of the way so it could jump into the boat and take a bite out of them. a little too close for comfort there. 8:04 right now. let's turn it over to savannah. >> natalie, thank you so much. now to let's call it an unexpected new beauty trend that has women lathering up. tamron is here with that. good morning. >> this is so interesting. according to "the new york times," this can give you smoother more beautiful skin. it's something that was once considered for men only, but not anymore. ♪ >> reporter: does the sight of a woman getting a close shave make your hair stand on end? well this may just be the latest beauty trend. >> what does it feel like? what will happen to my face after it's done? will it give me amazing, glowing skin? i think the answer is like yes. >> reporter: and it may be an age-old beauty secret. rumor has it starlets like elizabeth taylor and marilyn monroe relished their razors. >> it allows us to exfoliate the
8:06 am
skin. it's a relatively quick and very safe treatment in the right hands. but don't expect that with your husband's razor. >> reporter: called dermaplaining, for a few hundred dollars, they look to plastic surgeons that use a small blade, like a scalpel, to scrape away unwanted hair. >> we start providing this procedure over two years ago. we've seen a three-fold increase. >> i will even do it where i grow that peach fuzz right here. >> reporter: and for those who dare to try this for a fraction of the cost at home -- >> you can do your chin. >> reporter: -- there are plenty of bloggers with razors at the ready to demonstrate. >> i don't care who you are, ladies, you have hair on your face and men don't like it. get rid of it. >> reporter: even former "bachelor contestant," michelle money has taken to youtube to show her habit to the world. >> i shave my face once a week and it's my favorite thing. >> reporter: women have turned
8:07 am
to the blade because lasers and wax ing waxing bothers the skin and won't remove peach fuzz but what about the theory that once you start shaving, you may end up looking like this? >> absolutely not true. the hair will not grow back thicker. it will not grow back more quickly or more coarse. >> reporter: so, will this be a lasting trend? >> this is something i do now just as shaving my legs. i shave my face too. >> reporter: or will it be hair today, gone tomorrow? >> well it's something that women have been doing for years behind the scenes in the bathroom with the door closed and the water turned on. so now it's finally coming out into the open. >> okay there is not a razor specifically marketed for a woman's face. most use eyebrow razors like the two i have here although doctors suggest you do not try this at home. they are pretty sharp. let me tell you, i was watching an episode once of "the real housewives of new jersey," and one of the people on that show she admits to shaving her face and did so regularly. >> really? >> so, we've got a lot of women
8:08 am
who are doing it. i love that we debunk the myth though. because everyone in here said oh no doesn't it grow back thicker and longer? and the doctor said -- >> i don't know if you debunked it. i'm still afraid it would. >> the doctor debunked it. i'll try it tonight and we'll see what happens to me in a week. >> i'm just proud when i shave my legs tamron you know what i mean? this is a whole new area. >> we can't add a new area. >> tamron thank you so much. coming up next the future of flying. the brand-new plane able to pull off a near vertical takeoff. what? then one man's remarkable journey with help from his family to see the grand canyon. this will touch your heart. you don't want to miss it. willie? all right, i drew the lucky straw. dinner from the dollar store? camila alves feeds her next party of five with a hearty meal and a dessert for just $10. she also has strong feelings about women shaving. we'll get into all of that. >> i do. >> we'll talk about that and make some food. but first, these messages. brandon thinks best foods is heaven in a jar. come to think of it, brandon there is a little slice of heaven in every jar. that's because our ingredients
8:09 am
come from places like... pleasantville, iowa! and farmers committed to responsibly sourced oils... blended with ingredients like cage-free eggs. we're talkin' real ingredients. for three generations. mmm. heaven. thank you. real ingredients. from a real place. that's how we're working to bring out the best.
8:10 am
the taste of light and fit greek non fat yogurt gives you the power to help make temptation shrink away! with irresistible flavors never have 80 calories tasted so satisfying! light and fit greek. taste the power of satisfaction.
8:11 am
the answer to treating your dog's fleas and ticks is staring you right in the face. nexgard, from the makers of frontline® plus. it's the only soft beef-flavored chew that kills both fleas and ticks. vets recommend it. and dogs, well they're begging for it. nexgard is for dogs only. and hasn't been evaluated for use in pregnant, breeding or lactating dogs. reported side effects include vomiting, dry flaky skin diarrhea, lethargy and lack of appetite. use with caution in dogs with a history of seizures. recommended by vets. loved by dogs. from the makers of frontline plus. ah! ♪ i...i...i got bit by a snake. poison? oh god. oh wow. ok, yeah. i feel that. that's definitely poison. apparently i'm immune to venom. immune to venom?
8:12 am
immune to venom? immune, steve. did you use the loo paper in there? i did. how was it? it was good! why do you think that the ripples work? because it gets it all clean. are you so clean that you would go commando? ok!
8:13 am
how do you feel? i feel awesome! only cottonelle has cleanripple texture, so you can go commando. it is 8:13. time for what's trending. let's start this friday with one of the biggest pet peeves on the road. drivers who drive slowly in the left lane. not okay. makes us crazy, right? >> yeah. >> police are cracking down on this. they're going to give tickets, slow poke fines, up to $1,000 in some cases, georgia, indiana, oregon among the states telling left lane drivers, speed up or go over to the right lane. the right lane is for you, the left lane is for not the speeders but people who want to keep a nice clip going. >> it used to be the passing lane. like if you wanted to move -- >> yeah. >> just use it to pass. >> all right. on top of the pet peeves and talk about the most annoying way we all use our phones. ebay polled people to see what
8:14 am
bugged them the most. driving and texting topped the list at 79%. let's see how many other pet peeves we are guilty of shall we? number one, taking selfies at the gym. unanimously not guilty. >> we're old. >> number two posting food photos. >> i do that. >> i do that. >> does wine count? >> why is that a pet peeve? it inspires me. >> checking your phone during dinner definitely. we've all been there. and finally, making this face as perfected by kim kardashian the duck face. have you done it? >> no never. >> after a couple glasses of wine. >> really? >> do it. >> are you aware of the angle thing a little bit? >> yes. yeah. >> duck face to the angle. >> all right. how would you like to be a passenger on a plane we are about to show you? it's the boeing dreamliner. sounds really good. here's how it takes off. ready, go --
8:15 am
>> wow! vertically straight into the sky like a rocket ship. >> wow. >> imagine the passengers in that right now. >> i think about all the barf bags they have to -- >> isn't that awesome? it's just a test flight for the paris air show next week so there aren't plans to take off like this. but don't you feel better knowing you could? >> finally you could actually take off at laguardia. >> get over the traffic. >> vertical takeoff. finally, it is an honor to meet the queen of england and when a little girl got the chance everything seemed to go well at first. gives the queen a bouquet of flowers, courtesy's appropriately, but then watch what happens. she gets a back hand. reaching up to salute. apparently the girl's father -- >> oh! you can hear it! >> she has since moved on. >> aww! she was so looking forward to that her mom said.
8:16 am
now to marlon brando's untold story. carson let's do pop start. >> let's do this. first up marlon brando and the legendary star taught a secret acting class. hollywood reporter saying it was a ten-day workshop that happened in 2002 when brando was strapped for cash. among his a-list students whoopi goldberg sean penn and michael jackson. apparently it was an acting class, the only he would ever teach. sometimes he even dressed up in drag they say, in blonde wig and blue mascara, all caught on camera. but the brokenando estate says it will never release the tape. i know apparentlio showed up for one of these. and wanted to show his lawyer the waiver thing and brando was like get out, kicked him out. >> really? if somebody cancels their plans with you this weekend, here's why. fans of "orange is the new black" got a big surprise thursday. netflix released all of season
8:17 am
3's hours ahead of schedule. cast members encouraging fans on twitter to watch. finally, what could be the strangest video you'll see all day? first, if you didn't know already, will ferrell, kristen wiig are planning on doing a lifetime movie. yes, a lifetime movie. it's called "a deadly adoption" and is supposed to be a spoof of the famously campy movies but in a new trailer, you've got will and kristen playing it straight. take a look. >> i thought i had everything. you're so selfish. coward. and a liar just like the rest of them. >> ooh. >> what do you think, guys? >> oh. i can't wait to watch it. >> it is a spoof, but -- >> "a deadly adoption" premiers next week. that is your pop start for friday. coming up next one family's trip of a lifetime making their dad's dream come true at the grand canyon. first, al has a look at the weather. >> that's something we really
8:18 am
need to see. you are sweating like a you are sweating like a pig. >> i know. got a little gamey in here. >> it comes in handy. >> that takeoff, that vertical takeoff. >> tom costello the whole thing, yeah. >> he's moist. >> oh! >> not that word! not that word al. ooh. >> i'll get my word in before the end -- >> no no no. >> you're done. >> off limits. >> well as you can see in detroit right now, we've got some clouds. some showers are on their way. slight risk of strong storms later on today into the afternoon from st. louis all the way to upstate new york and northern pennsylvania. we do have a risk of strong storms. 27 million folks at risk isolated tornadoes are possible. we're going to be watching that. rainfall out of this thing, about 1 to 3 inches. but the other risk area down around texas, into oklahoma. by saturday we could be looking at locally up to 5 inches of rain. and through the weekend, some areas could pick up 8 inches of rain.
8:19 am
for today, we do have that risk stretching from new york all the way back into illinois. wet weather along the central gulf coast into the mid-atlantic coast and southeastern atlantic. we've also got wet weather through the four corners. along the west coast, spectacular weather. 69 and sunny in seattle. 78 in portland. 75 in los angeles. that's what's going on arou good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. it's starting to warm up across the bay. we're already in the mid-60s. now 60 degrees in san francisco and the north bay. the cool spot. but look at how hot it gets this afternoon. anywhere from 80 to 95 degrees. and this weekend keeps it hot as we look at the rest of the microclimates. redwood city today, 87 degrees. north bay, napa 94 degrees and some triple digits for the tri-valley. >> and that's your latest weather. willie? >> al, thank you very much, sir. father's day is over a week away but we're starting the
8:20 am
celebration early with a remarkable family helping their dad achieve what seemed like an impossible dream. erica hill is here with that story. hello, erica. >> hi nice to see you. i love this story, full disclosure. the grand canyon is on the bucket list for a lot of people but for the headings family, that took on new meaning as they tackled the trail as a team carrying their father 7 1/2 miles down on the adventure of a lifetime. there are trails in life that lead to a clear destination. for the headings family of columbus ohio the destination on this trail through grand canyon was always the journey. >> i didn't hesitate. i mean i said i'm ready to go. >> reporter: getting bob headings there wouldn't be easy. >> we're bringing my paralyzed grandpa down the grand canyon. >> reporter: paralyzed from the waist down after a fall nearly ten years ago. >> that ladder shifted, i lost my balance, and i knew right then i was paralyzed because i couldn't feel my legs.
8:21 am
>> reporter: bob headings faced his new reality with signature grace and determination. >> dad was always the type when somebody told him he couldn't do something, by golly, he was going to do it. >> reporter: including the grueling 7 1/2-mile south kaibab trail to the bottom of the grand canyon. not long before his accident bob conquered the same hike with a friend. this time he would make his way down with the help of his three sons and eight grandsons. >> it just seemed like a way for us as a family to give back to dad. >> reporter: this team of 12 trained for four months practicing with a harness to guide bob's trail-rider through the tight switchback their journey captured by video journalist tom honaker. in march, they set off, six hours down the grand canyon. >> a little bit scary on the edges there, but i trust my boys. >> well hopefully, we're over three-quarters at least. >> reporter: of a day of rest they began the climb back up.
8:22 am
a trip that would take nearly twice as long. >> when a 10-year-old got hooked on and pulled you could tell. it made it easier for the other two guys that were pulling at the time. >> reporter: and leave a lasting impression on this family and on the strangers they saw along the way. >> i feel proud for him, being not even part of the family. >> so much determination and care and -- >> love. >> -- love. oh my. it's fantastic. >> hats off to you three guys and you grandkids. that was just -- i still have tears in my eyes. >> reporter: as the headings approached the rim, the encouragement grew louder. >> yeah! >> it just didn't really hit me until we got up there. these kinds of things don't happen often enough where a family comes together. we just pulled together for a greater cause. it was just a time to be proud of your family. >> reporter: the trip of a lifetime a reminder of the
8:23 am
moments that truly matter. >> so the kids the grandkids, ranged in age from 9 to 19. one of their dads says the testament to our dad and to the way he brought us up and the way our kids are being raised not one of them complained the whole time. >> can you see them carrying their grandfather up this huge you know climb out of the grand canyon? it's like that's what love looks like. >> yeah it's true. >> what a reflection that family is on him and how he raised all them. >> yeah. >> what a great story, erica. thank you so much. let's head outside to carson. >> hey, guys! just rocking out with fall out boy. what's happening? the boys of summer tour going on. are you looking forward to hitting the road? >> definitely yeah. so excited. >> yeah. it's going to be awesome. >> hanging out with whiz. >> how's it going with whiz? >> good. fragrant. >> that's the diplomatic way of putting it. we're psyched to have these guys. they always put on a great show. check out the crowd, fall out boy fans here across new york city. they're getting excited, and they're going to rock out on our stage coming up in just a little
8:24 am
bit. are you excited to get rock and rolling this early in the morning? is that possible? >> yes. >> all right, we'll get to that concert for you. back to your local news and weather and then it's all fall out boy.
8:25 am
8:26 am
i'm ... ==topvo== facing the threat of eviction - tenants are a good friday morning. it's 8:26. i'm sam brock. facing the threat of eviction tenants right now are demanding action. last night in redwood city 20 families who recently received eviction notices held a protest. they live in an apartment building on clinton street in redwood city that the landlords now want to renovate. they were sent notices to move by the end of the month, offering them their full security deposit back plus $500. tenants argue they'll have to move far away and be priced out of the market. our calls to the company were not returned. as you get ready to start out your friday morning commute, a couple trouble spots. let's check in with mike. >> good morning. we'll take you over here southbound 101 at marsh road. reports of a motorcycle down. just your fast lane is blocked.
8:27 am
they've opened the second lane. no details on the extent of the injuries for the rider, but no major injuries reported so that's good. there's a slowdown. as you're heading through the area. more slowing south of there because of that jam we talk about between university and embarcadero. that lane shift, even today with the light traffic flow is an issue. northbound routes through the south bay, this is about the worst we've seen. not so bad for san jose. an easy flow through the south bay. back to you. >> and it is friday. we'll take that. we'll be back in 25 minutes for another update. for now, we return you to the "today" show.
8:28 am
8:29 am
8:30 am
:30 on this friday morning, the 12th of june 2015. we are getting ready. fall out boy is here. our toyota summer concert series in full swing. and guys signing some autographs. of they'll take the stage in a moment. >> they sounded amazing. the crowd has been here a long time. they're ready for some music and it's a few minutes away now. also coming up camilla alves is here with great recipes
8:31 am
and ingredients she got from the dollar store and learned to make these inexpensive recipes while on location with matthew mcconaughey and is here. >> let's get a check of the weather. >> let's show what we've got going on currently. the weekend planner, lots of sunshine in the northeast. wet weather in the gulf coast. rain making its way through the four corners. west coast looks spectacular, as well. then on sunday sunday! a risk of strong storms in the upper midwest, northeast new england looking great. we've got beautiful weather again making its way into the pacific northwest. along the west coast, look for plenty of sunshine there, as well. it is going to be a gorgeous gorgeous day. and that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods! we see the sunshine all across the bay this morning. it's warming up very quickly.
8:32 am
this is where we're headed this afternoon. 83 degrees for the east bay. 80 for san francisco. and 95 degrees today for the south bay. it will be a hot weekend. in some spots, like the tri-valley, we could be reaching near 100 degrees. more sunshine in the forecast on sunday, but a touch cooler. >> and that is your latest weather. willie. >> all right, al thank you very much sir. this morning on "today's kitchen," we're cooking with a very busy mom, model, designer camilla alves, wife of matthew mccann mcconaughey. she has shopped for dinners at the local dollar store. she is here to show us some dishes she came up with. good morning. >> how are you?
8:33 am
>> i'm out of breath. can you pull this off a dollar store? >> yes, you can. we're doing $5 meals. five ingredients dishes. i say, okay when you're in the middle of little towns like i am in washington louisiana, you may not have a supermarket close enough that is really great. but you always have a dollar store, no matter where you are in the united states. >> that's true. >> so this is my goal. i'm going to give you five ingredients, $5 and you can literally make it in five minutes. five, five, five. so the first thing, you want to make sure you make the raman noodles, frozen vegetables. i like frozen vegetables -- frozen gets a bad rap. frozen you get the strong flavors in there, all the nutrients are optimum. so as long as you read the back of the bag and make sure that it's the only ingredient. >> okay. >> that's it. put some garlic over here.
8:34 am
i have sesame oil. you want to get the vegetables for me? >> put them in. >> there we go. >> and you're going to cook for a minute. smells good so far. and you're going to just kind of -- do this so it defrosts a little. once it's defrosted, put some shrimp. >> you're okay with frozen shrimp. >> again, you would be surprised. i found in a dollar store wild caught frozen shrimp. that's right. which is really good. you're going to basically just cook this until it defrosts. and then once you have that you want to add some soy sauce, cook a little more for a second. until the flavors get into the shrimp and the vegetables the soy sauce, okay? and you're going to end up with this right here. all right. we're going to add the noodles. >> ready to put those in? and you have not put the spice pack in is that right? >> no because it would be way too much sodium if we add that and we lose the asian flavor we want. and over here we put some soy sauce again and some more sesame oil. >> so how much money are we
8:35 am
talking about in that wok right there? >> this is $5. it's actually -- it's less than that because the ramen noodles, the package comes with four. so it's actually less than $5. >> and your kids love it. >> everybody loves it. you can see, about five people or so with it. >> so you -- >> make it look fancy. >> matthew is into this, everybody is digging it? >> a good dish for the whole family. easy and simple. >> it looks beautiful. now the dessert. >> what i'm cooking here anybody can do it. if you have never cooked before you can do this. so basically, this is jell-o right? you have the jell-o. get a glass. >> okay. >> you're going to pour your jell-o in halfway through it. and you're going to get one of those cupcake, you know trays you have. >> right. >> and you're going to set it like this. tilt your cup. a fancy way of doing it. and put your strawberries in there. >> that's brilliant. >> how does it taste downstairs guys? >> my kids would take this down.
8:36 am
>> you had me at ramen. >> do i get approved? >> who doesn't like ramen? >> and in the refrigerator until the jell-o gets set, and then you use whipped cream from the can. it doesn't matter. make it look fancy. >> delicious. >> garnish with some strawberries on top. >> did you invent this idea? i've never seen this? >> it's pretty fun, right? here. >> may i? >> yes. >> it makes the jell-o look fancy, more of a grownup dessert. and it's actually not bad for you. >> how much did this cost to make this dessert? five bucks again. >> uh-huh. maybe a little less. >> and as you say, wherever you are in the country, you can find a dollar store. >> that's the thing. one thing i've found across the country. no matter where you are, you'll find a dollar store. >> how did you like the main course? >> really good. >> and healthy, too, with the veggies. >> we're used to having this in college. this is another thing with the shrimp and veggies. >> makes it healthier.
8:37 am
>> two thumbs up. very nicely done. >> all right. >> thank you. >> well done. thank you very much. we'll be cooking with kathie lee and hoda later this morning. >> that's right. >> find the recipes on our website, next a live concert from fall out boy. first, this is "today" on nbc. my name is jose lopez. i'm a troubleman in san francisco. i've been with the company for 29 years. a troubleman restores and troubleshoots
8:38 am
electrical issues, getting customers' power back on. we're 24/7, 365 days a year. i love my job. going up in the bucket and seeing all of san francisco, it's an exhilarating feeling. i was born and raised in san francisco. this is where i live and there's a sense of pride in providing great power to our customers. when i go out there and get their power back on, there's a great sense of satisfaction. together, we're building a better california. ♪ we came in station wagons, campers, on planes to see what walt had built. ♪ forever young ♪ and what
8:39 am
we found was a place that was always growing, but never grew old. ♪ forever young ♪ and now comes a celebration 60 years in the making. the disneyland diamond celebration. ♪ may you stay ♪ with dazzling, new experiences for the young ♪ may you stay ♪ and the young at heart. ♪ forever young ♪ come remember that feeling. ♪ forever young ♪ come feel forever young. the toyota concert series on "today," brought to you by toyota. >> fall out boy is riding high in 2015 with a string of hits and making a tour this summer. before they take our stage, check out their journey to the top of the charts. breaking out in 2003 fall out boy has electrified the rock scene ever since. ♪ selling over 10 million albums
8:40 am
worldwide. including four top ten singles. the four chicago buddies, patrick stump, pete wendt, joe toman and andy hurley topped the charts with songs like "sugar we're going down" and "dance dance". ♪ >> after taking a five-year hiatus they came back to save rock 'n roll with a hit, "my songs know what you did in the dark". these rockers are touring the u.s. this summer with their latest album, "american beauty american psycho" featuring their multiplatinum single "centuries." and here they are to perform it. ladies and gentlemen, fall out boy.
8:41 am
♪ ♪ some legends are told some turn to dust or to gold ♪ ♪ but you will remember me remember me for centuries ♪ ♪ and just one mistake is all it will take ♪ ♪ we'll go down in history remember me for centuries ♪ ♪ hey yeah oh hey yeah ♪ ♪ remember me for centuries ♪ ♪ mummified my teenage dreams no it's nothing wrong with me ♪ ♪ the kids are all wrong the stories are off ♪ ♪ heavy metal broke my heart ♪ ♪ come on come on and let me in ♪ ♪ the bruises on your thighs like my fingerprints ♪ ♪ and this is for tonight i thought that you would feel ♪ ♪ i never meant for you to fix
8:42 am
yourself ♪ ♪ ♪ some legends are told some turn to dust or to gold ♪ ♪ you will remember me remember me for centuries ♪ ♪ and just one mistake is all it will take ♪ ♪ we'll go down in history remember me for centuries ♪ ♪ ♪ hey yeah oh ♪ ♪ hey hey ♪ ♪ hey hey yeah ♪ ♪ remember me for centuries ♪ ♪ and i can't stop til the whole world knows my name ♪ ♪ cause i was only born inside my dreams ♪ ♪ until you die for me as long as there is a light ♪ ♪ my shadow's over you cause i am the opposite of amnesia ♪ ♪ and you're a cherry blossom
8:43 am
you're about to bloom ♪ ♪ you look so pretty but you're gone so soon ♪ ♪ ♪ some legends are told some turn to dust or to gold ♪ ♪ but you remember me remember me for centuries ♪ ♪ and just one mistake is all it will take ♪ ♪ we'll go down in history remember me for centuries ♪ ♪ hey yeah, yeah hey ♪ ♪ hey yeah ♪ ♪ remember me for centuries ♪ ♪ we've been here forever and here's the frozen proof ♪ ♪ i could scream forever we are the poisoned youth ♪ ♪ da, da, da, da da, da, da ♪ ♪ da, da, da, da da, da, da ♪
8:44 am
♪ some legends are told some turn to dust or to gold ♪ ♪ but you will remember me remember me for centuries ♪ ♪ and just one mistake is all it will take ♪ ♪ go down in history remember me for centuries ♪ ♪ hey yeah hey ♪ ♪ go down in history remember me for centuries ♪ fall out boy is just getting started. a lot more music from our toyota summer concert stage in a moment. first, this is "today" on nbc. ♪
8:45 am
8:46 am
8:47 am
we always love when fall out boy drops by the plaza. the latest album "american beauty american psycho" is proof, fall out boy is not slowing down. >> guys good morning. welcome back to you. >> hi. >> i don't feel we can start summer unless you guys are on the concert stage. we're becoming a regular thing here. you guys have a great crowd this morning. >> house band. >> let's talk about this tour. you're going out with wiz khalifa. what do you see him bringing to the tour and show? >> to be honest with you, his song "again" is insane the one from "the fast and furious" sound track, obviously. he rides like a little mobile skateboard thing around on stage. it's pretty awesome. >> one of the things i love about you guys how close you are to your fans. you really try to keep in touch. we saw you out here signing autographs.
8:48 am
it's like you never forgot these are the folks that made it possible for you. >> well i mean the reality is every night we play anywhere someone in that room will probably end up being on the stage like that. everyone matters. >> yeah. and, like it's insane to get up at 4:00 a.m. or whatever time people get up to get in here which is awesome. and we appreciate that. >> you guys look pretty good for having gotten up at 4:00 a.m. they were lined up all night for you. i want to ask you about something really cool you guys do which is to indeduct green day into the rock and roll hall of fame. what was that like? >> it was incredible. it was crazy to you know -- you're in the room with beatles. so to have to give a speech for that was kind of nerve-racking. it was amazing to be part of green day's night. >> overwhelming. our parents were like who did you meet and we were like kind of nobody because everyone was there and it was very overwhelming and really cool. >> you guys made no secret green day is a huge inspiration for this band. >> definitely yeah. >> all right, guys what are you
8:49 am
going to sing for us? >> i think we're going to do "uma thurman." >> sounds about right. >> i think they approve. take it away. ♪ i can move mountains i can work a miracle work a miracle ♪ ♪ oh-oh keep you like an oath ♪ ♪ may nothing but death do us part ♪ ♪ ♪ she wants to dance like uma thurman ♪ ♪ bury me til i confess ♪ ♪ she wants to dance like uma thurman and i can't get you out of my head ♪
8:50 am
♪ the stench the stench of summer sex ♪ ♪ and ck eternity oh hell yes ♪ ♪ divide me down to the smallest i can be put your put your venom in me ♪ ♪ i can move mountains i can work a miracle work a miracle ♪ ♪ oh-oh i keep you like an oath ♪ ♪ may nothing but death do us part ♪ ♪ ♪ she wants to dance like uma thurman ♪ ♪ bury me til i confess ♪ ♪ she wants to dance like uma thurman and i can't get you out of my head snooutd ♪ the blood the blood the blood of the lamb is worth two lions but here i am ♪ ♪ and i slept in last night's
8:51 am
clothes and tomorrow's dreams ♪ ♪ but they're not quite what they seem ♪ ♪ i can move mountains i can work a miracle work a miracle ♪ ♪ oh-oh i keep you like an oath ♪ ♪ may nothing but death do us part ♪ ♪ ♪ you'll find your way and may death find you alive ♪ ♪ take me down the line in gem city we turn the tide ♪ ♪ you'll find your way and may death find you alive ♪ ♪ ♪ take me down the line in gem city we turn the tide ♪ ♪ she wants to dance like uma thurman bury me til i confess ♪
8:52 am
♪ she wants to dance like uma thurman and i can't get you out of my head ♪ ♪ i can move mountains i can work a miracle work a miracle ♪ ♪ oh-oh keep you like an oath ♪ ♪ may nothing but death do us part ♪ ♪ i can move mountains i can work a miracle work a miracle ♪ ♪ oh-oh i keep you like an oath ♪ ♪ may nothing but death do us part ♪ ♪ >> fall out boy. we'll have much more in our next hour. but first, this is "today" on nbc.
8:53 am
(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
8:54 am
we are back here with fall out boy, and a little uma thurman, with the wig on. what are you guys going to do after this? >> sleep, right? >> breakfast, sleep, nap? >> party, like the rock stars you are? >> this is the first time we
8:55 am
have had a drummer without a shirt in the concert series. that's fantastic. >> the secret to life is in here somewhere. that's a movie. >> new friday tradition for all of us guys shirtless friday. >> not, not, not. >> we're going to sit down with the guys in our next hour. they're going to have another song in our next hour. don't go anywhere. >> we also have the hottest apps you need this summer coming up. >> all right. >> happy friday. >> ooh! >> i'm going to say, i feel like the best song is yet to come from you guys. we're going to hear it next hour. thank you so much for being with us. >> thank
8:56 am
i'm ... =sot= "mother: please be careful with my son! please be careful with my son! officer: get on your stomach a good friday morning. it's 8:56. i'm sam brock. >> please be careful with my son! >> get on jr. stomach! >> that's 911 audio of a mother whose son was recently beaten with batons by police officers in se lie nas. prosecutors are being asked to review the case. the chief yesterday releasing those tapes. a bystander meantime shot cell
8:57 am
phone video of the incident last friday. police say officers first repeatedly tased the suspect, saying he was high on meth and trying to kill his mom. he suffered bruises and a leg fracture and is still in custody. that's going to do it for us right now. we'll be back in just 25 minutes with another update. oh, thank you! (music) introducing the one-and-only volkswagen golf sportwagen. the sportier utility vehicle.
8:58 am
♪ ♪ ♪ it took tim morehouse years to master the perfect lunge. but only one attempt to master depositing checks at chase atms. technology designed for you. so you can easily master the way you bank.
8:59 am
sfx: engines revving. listen up. ready. ready. steady. sfx: engines revving. go! ♪ it's more than a movie. it's now a ride. fast and furious. supercharged. ride it at universal studios hollywood.
9:00 am
then you want to dress like a big concert that will have your up and dancing. your favorite celebrity? it's one click away. and my kid would never do that. or would she? all that and more coming up now. >> from nbc news this is "today's take" with al roker natalie morales, willie geist and tamron hall. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to "today" on a beautiful friday morning. it's june the 12th 2015. and our plaza is packed for fall out boy. i'm willie along with al natalie and tamron. guys just killed it out there. >> so much fun. i love them. >> and looky there.
9:01 am
>> uma thurman. >> you look good in an uma thurman wig. and you have the dance down from "pulp fiction." >> you would look good in a pee-wee herman wig. we've never had a shirtless drummer. >> i know. we've never had a shirtlesses drummer, really? >> you would think maroon 5 -- >> not shirtless. >> never had tommy lee? >> no. >> he has a pat shirt on -- >> i could not stop staring. >> one of our guitarists had a gopro on his camera. >> that's awesome. >> we're going to talk to the guys. they have come inside to chat with us and then they'll do one more song. talking about the nba finals now, lebron james and cleveland cavaliers tough night at home. >> more ways than one. >> game four last by 21 parts, awful night for lebron. first of all, cut his head.
9:02 am
a deep cut after crashing into a cameraman late in the second quarter. he tunnel bells into that front row where photographers are. and you'll see here in a second a big old gash coming out the back and side of his head. >> kind of a scary situation. >> yeah. he said originally at halftime no stitches. at halftime we glued it together. is what he said. not clear if after the game maybe he got that stitched up. on the up side his mother gloria who he is extraordinarily close to was there to comfort her son came over and gave him a peck on the cheek. >> that's an occupational hazard. >> it happens when you're right there in the front. >> very close to the action. now the other thing that people are talking about during -- >> what's that? >> during the pregame, okay? they showed lebron james, they said he's going to be the key to this game. and in the moment they capture him in the huddle, he does what he does before most games, goes to tuck in his jersey. but this time showed us a little something more. >> oh. >> okay. >> and we blurred it out for a
9:03 am
reason. >> the can king's sceptor. >> only al would admit that. >> carson said i kept rewinding and rewinding. are you -- >> no no. >> had to check it out and see if they really saw what they saw. >> this is not an indictment of lebron, it's an indictment on the size of my phone. i couldn't see it on -- no! >> i expected more from you. >> it came through on instagram, i clicked on it and i didn't know what to look at. there was a banner there. >> they had the banner up. >> thank goodness they had the banner up. >> no no. you see it. >> so you've reviewed the tape. >> so you rewind. admit it you did you did. >> no uma thurman, no. you're making me sweat now. >> you did. >> wait. >> guilty. >> no -- i went to see a
9:04 am
documentary. and i came out -- >> wait what? >> making myself seem intellectual. i left the documentary, and then i saw all -- >> and then i went to go turn on pbs. >> no these tweets came in lebron, da, da, da. i thought it was a fake. i didn't think it was real. i'm thinking, no way. so then i click on and then i'm like no way! then i click again. so it's not that i looked again. >> right. >> you just -- >> that's what i'm trying to say. >> i couldn't believe what i was seeing. >> so you did see it. >> america saw it. >> i didn't see it. >> but what did we do before tivo and dvr, because people were able to -- not that the reason the image was going viral, people record the game or have dvr and they caught it and slow-mow. >> so it's other people's fault you were just inundated. >> i have to be honest all i could think of what would you do if that happened to you. >> yeah if i was in game four -- >> no we know as women.
9:05 am
we've been on the plaza, you get a gust of wind your dress comes up. that's happened a couple of times. >> hello, nurse! >> or if you -- okay i'm going to be honest. as a guy, you forget that you didn't zip up and you're walking around and realize you walked around all day and people didn't tell you. >> there's another layer here. >> there's a barrier. >> yes. >> oh i thought you were -- oh. >> not au naturale? >> not a commando guy. >> no. >> that's what they taught in college. >> where have we gone? >> all that stuff happened last night. >> that happened. but there was actually a game. >> there was a game. >> tied at 2. it's a best of three to see which is the best in the nba. >> some theory they did this so they could clinch in cleveland. >> i'm buying your theory now. >> it would be amazing if it ended up that way. >> if there is a game -- what would it be, game six, right? i'm going to cleveland. >> you are? >> i'm going. >> we're all going!
9:06 am
>> that's right. >> i don't know about the rest of the country, but i'm going. >> al is out. >> up there. >> we all go. >> we're all staying at my sister's. >> good! even better. >> we've got a free place. >> yeah. >> i didn't say it's free. >> going to charge us. >> hey, she's going to charge me. she may as well charge you too. >> oh boy. >> funny. >> all right. well -- what else is going on this weekend? i've been working, as you know on this series called "my kid would never do that," really important series great for parents to watch with their kids. this one in particular really eye-opening for teens and tweens. there have been so many stories we have talked about in the news about young people and sexual assault that involved the drug rohypnol or ruffy, the date rape drug and often the only hope for the victim is having someone step in and speak up and say something and tell when something like this happens. it can be very tricky for anyone particularly teenagers to do the right thing.
9:07 am
so working with their parents, we brought teenagers to this party space for what they thought was going to be a focus group. but we mixed in with them some actors who with hidden cameras rolling portrayed a scenario where a boy appears to take advantage of a girl and pretended to have have ruffied her drinking. of course this is all a setup to see how the kids would react in this difficult situation. would they speak up. so watch as one of the girls, fiona, seems to be catching on to the situation. >> are you guys from new jersey? >> i am. >> they're chatting away tasting drinks when -- fiona seems to be the only one who notices our actor taking something out of his pocket and pouring it into his drink. >> what is that? >> nothing. something just to liven things up. i'm so bored right now. >> and when the actor goes to share his tainted drink, fiona starts acting questions. >> good right? >> excuse me wait.
9:08 am
he just put something -- >> don't worry about it. >> it's really hot. i don't feel good. >> are you okay? >> our actor takes the apparent victim to the bathroom. >> are you okay? ooh, okay come on. >> what the teens do next counts the most. >> should we follow her? >> again, just actors in that situation. but the real kids -- you see in this "dateline" how they react in that situation. but that one girl fiona is so strong and extraordinary in her reaction. >> that is such a problem. high school college campuses sexual assault. >> we talk about it all of the time. we do stories on it all of the time. this is really one of those that's super important, i think, for parents to watch this one, especially if you have a young teen or tween headed off to college or even in high school. you really have to prepare them for these situations. >> i've watched several with my kids already. >> of good. >> and it's just so important. you've done a great job. >> thank you. you can see it on "dateline" sunday night 8:00 7:00 central time on nbc. >> and we figured we would end
9:09 am
on something a little more serious, since we have been really you know kind of all over the map here. adorable photos of rescued baby orangutans being transported to forest school in a wheel barrow. >> forest school? >> teaching them how to fend for themselves. these are abandoned babies. before they're permanently released to the wild. >> aww, look at that. >> this is just such -- this thing has gone viral. >> i can't tell where the legs begin -- >> cute. >> a wheel barrow full of monkeys, but they're not monkeys, they're orangutans. international animal rescue. >> their faces are so expressive. >> it doesn't get better than orangutans in a wheel bar owe. >> better than going online and looking for other things. much much -- >> we didn't look for it. >> yeah no. >> as i recall you said you were reading tweets and then you had to go find it.
9:10 am
>> no -- no, no no. >> play the tape. play the tape. >> natalie. >> a screen grab right? >> check it out. >> i did. >> anyway in the meantime for those of us who are not into those sort of things -- as you look you can see strong storms a risk of them from upstate new york all the way into central illinois. 27 million folks at risk of hail isolated tornadoes. we're going to be really watching this. and as you put -- we put the maps in motion, you can see the futurecast more strong storms firing up from oklahoma into texas where they have had flooding they have had so much rain already. wettest may on record. so we've got flood watches for parts of texas on into oklahoma kansas and into central and northern indiana and illinois. look at all the rain here 1 to 3 inches. but here's the bull's eye. really heavy rain locally between now and saturday. could be 5 inches of rain along the texas-oklahoma border. by sunday some areas could see 5 to 8 inches. that's what's going on around the
9:11 am
good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. a lot of sunshine across the bay. and look at the temperature now at 9:00 it's already 71 degrees. you know it's going to be a hot day. warming up to 83 degrees in the east bay peninsula. 86 degrees, 95 degrees for the high this afternoon in the south bay and the north bay this weekend it stays pretty hot especially saturday. mostly sunny skies in the tri-valley a high of 97 degrees and a little cooler on sunday. and that is your latest weather. >> all right, al thank you very much. up next the boys of summer. fall out boy takes a break from our concert stage to catch up ...and the wolf was huffing and puffing... kind of like you sometimes, grandpa. well, when you have copd it can be hard to breathe. it can be hard to get air out, which can make it hard to get air in. so i talked to my doctor. she said.. doctor: symbicort could help you breathe
9:12 am
better, starting within 5 minutes. symbicort doesn't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden symptoms. symbicort helps provide significant improvement of your lung function. symbicort is for copd, including chronic bronchitis and emphysema. it should not be taken more than twice a day. symbicort contains formoterol. medicines like formoterol increase the risk of death from asthma problems. symbicort may increase your risk of lung infections osteoporosis, and some eye problems. you should tell your doctor if you have a heart condition or high blood pressure before taking it. grandfather: symbicort could mean a day with better breathing. watch out, piggies! child giggles doctor: symbicort. breathe better starting within 5 minutes. call or go online to learn more about a free prescription offer. if you can't afford your medication, astrazeneca may be able to help. make fit happen! fit me matte and poreless foundation from maybelline new york. beyond matching skin tone... it fits skin's texture... blurs pores and controls shine you look totally natural. fit me matte and poreless show us your fit ♪ maybe it's maybelline! ♪
9:13 am
i get out of work, and i go to the store, and somebody says, smellin' around, "i smell cookies." i said, "oh no you just smell me, i just got out of work that's honey bunches of oats, that's all." i said "don't eat me now." you wouldn't do half of your daily routine. so why treat your mouth any differently? complete the job with listerine®. kill up to 99 percent of germs. and prevent plaque, early gum disease and bad breath. sfx: ahhh listerine®. power to your mouth™!
9:14 am
i try hard to get a great shape. this... i can do easily. new benefiber healthy shape helps curb cravings. it's a clear, taste-free daily supplement that's clinically proven to help keep me fuller longer. new benefiber healthy shape. this, i can do. brandon thinks best foods is heaven in a jar. come to think of it, brandon there is a little slice of heaven in every jar. that's because our ingredients come from places like... pleasantville, iowa! and farmers committed to responsibly sourced oils... blended with ingredients like cage-free eggs. we're talkin' real ingredients. for three generations. mmm. heaven. thank you. real ingredients. from a real place. that's how we're working to bring out the best.
9:15 am
what a way to kick off the weekend with fall out boy rocking midtown manhattan. sold 10 million albums worldwide. their multiplatinum single "centuries". >> and they made their way inside to hang out with us. patrick, pete andy and joe. good to see you again. >> good morning. >> do you still get a thrill from getting up on stage like that and seeing a crowd that size? >> there is something even more special -- we have to be here at 6:00 and everyone has been here -- fans have been here for overnight. that's crazy. >> yeah. >> yeah, that dedication is wild. >> you mentioned before you guys are going out on tour with wiz khalifa. i normally -- when i think of people to put together it wouldn't necessarily be him. but in a way -- listening and listening to you guys talk about it it really works. >> yeah definitely. i think when our band goes on to the summer tour we think about someone who kind of has the same vibe as us but brings something completely different, which wiz
9:16 am
obviously does. and i don't know it was fun. two nights ago we started. >> how have the crowds been? do you get the nerves again the first couple days of the tour? >> definitely. >> it's a very specific kind of nerves too, the first few days of tour because it's all technical. you're like i hope -- i hope this part of the stage doesn't fall. >> yeah. >> and you guys have got another collaboration, five seconds of summer. >> i don't know where that came from. >> no? >> it is kind of everywhere. >> oh my gosh. >> check that off -- so anybody who has heard that online out. but maybe you'll think about that? >> yeah they're nice kids. >> they confused zummer. >> so the hit single "uma thurman," fan favorite. we want to play a little game. >> okay. we're going to play clip of a song with the famous person in the title. see how quickly you guys can get it. here we go. first song.
9:17 am
♪ buddy holly. >> buddy holly! >> you got it dude. >> he's good! >> he doesn't miss a second. >> song number two. we're going to go back further in time. ♪ >> betty davis eyes. >> man! >> that was one second actually. >> my gosh. and then the followup -- you've got marty feldman eyes. next song number three. >> sweet caroline. >> sweet caroline yeah. >> that was a gimme, i guess. >> sweet caroline. i said it so i get the point. i notice i got the point for buddy holly, too. weird. >> that's unfair! i want to see that call. that's not real. >> let's go for our last song. ♪ >> this is a fictional famous person. >> i want to keep my zero streak going. >> five for fighting.
9:18 am
>> it is "superman." >> oh! >> wow. >> you know on paper, that looked fantastic. screams up in the producer room. >> it was unbelievable. producer who told us you were teaming up with five seconds of summer. anyway -- >> what are you guys going to sing later on? we're pumped to hear it. >> hit in the dark. next how to get the celebrity wardrobes you see on tv delivered right to your door after these messages.
9:19 am
♪ ♪ with ingredients like roasted hazelnuts, skim milk and cocoa, there's a whole lot of happy in every jar of nutella. spread the happy. hey america, still not sure whether to stay or go to your people? ♪ well this summer, stay with choice hotels twice and get a $50 gift card you can use for just about anything. go you always have a choice. book now at this moment is perfect in every way. just like my kid. gooey. flakey. happy. toaster strudel i heard you have a tough clog. i only have ten minutes. i only need 7. liquid plumr urgent clear penetrates the toughest clogs with two fast acting gels
9:20 am
in only 7 minutes guaranteed baby. at kohls celebrate dad sale take an extra 15% off! go to kohls dot com to download your savings pass. plus you'll get kohls cash! get to kohl's this weekend and save on great gifts for dad! find your yes. kohls. now, lips slip into our creamiest mattes. color sensational creamy mattes from maybelline new york. unique matte-cream formula meets bold pigment color for our smoothest, most seductive mattes. maybelline creamy mattes ♪ maybe it's maybelline. ♪ new dannon oikos triple zero is my go to protein snack. protein from yogurt? yeah, this greek nonfat yogurt packs 15 grams of protein punch. but what else? it has 0 added sugar 0 artificial sweeteners and 0 fat. dannon oikos triple zero. ♪ dannon ♪ at subway, we begin with freshly-baked-bread; then combine tender turkey-breast, with robust, spicy, melty italian favorites; adding a splash of our new subway vinaigrette.
9:21 am
the magnificent new turkey italiano test. test. test. try zyrtec® for powerful allergy relief. and zyrtec® is different than claritin®. because it starts working faster on the first day you take it. zyrtec®. muddle no more™ . are you tired of hazardous glass made so clear by sfx: slide show windex that you don't even know it's there? sfx: slide show smudge it! with the new smudge stick even clear glass gets visibly smudged in a snap. sfx: smudge sounds against glass get it now and say no to spotless clear windex glass. it's back! by popular demand. olive garden's 2 for $25 now with more new dishes than ever before like creamy chicken firenze in a vibrant citrus sauce. plus dessert and unlimited salad and breadsticks. the 2 for $25 tuscan dinner. at olive garden. everyone needs a bff. even your smile. colgate optic white toothpaste goes beyond surface stains to whiten over 3 shades. in fact, it whitens more
9:22 am
than the leading express whitening strip. it's your smile bff. whiten more just by brushing. this weekend just a few hours away. so you know what that means. it's happy friday! >> and we have our social media expert and professional viner here with the apps that could help summer run smoother. good morning! >> good morning. thank you for having me. >> i love this. i've been waiting for this kind of app to come out. it's called spy light. so if you see an outfit you see on television or in a movie, you can actually now try to find a look that's similar to that look is that right? >> yes, absolutely. there are actually similar looks and exact matches.
9:23 am
what spylight has done is partnered with wardrobe stylists from studios to bring you exact clothing options from a lot of your favorite stars on tv shows. >> for example -- >> "pitch perfect 2" is one of them. we can see becca's mitchell's outfit here and the skirt is an exact match in the top right hand corner. you can tell. they have everything down to her socks on this. and then of course olivia pope one of the biggest fashion icons on television right now. >> from "scandal." >> yes, on "scandal." you can see her cardigan there from the limited, $79.95. and it's awesome. there are two ways to do it browse the home page they have hundreds of options or you can put your audio device up to your television screen and it will recognize what it is you're watching. >> really? >> and see if they have it. >> downloading this app now. >> next up you've got a way to personalize photos like a postcard. this is adorable. >> absolutely. such a fun app, very easy to use. all you have to do is go on, they have hundreds of different
9:24 am
options and different categories father's day, summer, travel. what you do is pick it up lode your photo, add a personal message and ship it off. they are only $1.99, cheaper than greeting cards you can get from the grocery store. >> and they look great. >> yeah they look awesome. here are a couple of wrangler. and they're great quality. great for sharing with your family. >> i like this next one too. if you are someone who struggles to get your workouts in this might actually motivate you. it's working out for charity. >> yes, absolutely. it's called charity miles, and basically, corporate sponsors will donate on behalf to your favorite charities 10 cents for every mile you bike and 25 cents for every mile you walk or run. it works by plugging into the gps system on your device. and then yeah it's -- i mean it's a great way to raise money for your favorite fund-raiser, and build a good cause while getting the summer bod which we're all working on. >> we love a road trip around here. we plan on going to cleveland if the cavs go that way.
9:25 am
how about between trips, do you have a quick app? >> road tripper finds things in it's a big world out there. so why do some cash back cards limit where you can earn bonus cash back? one month, it's only at a few places over here... the next, it's only a few places over there ... what you need is the quicksilver card from capital one. quicksilver gives you unlimited 1.5% cash back on every purchase, everywhere... can your card say that? what's in your wallet? from the farm families of fairlife, this is our promise. to bring you richly indulgent chocolate milk that's ultra filtered so fairlife has more protein and only half the sugar. to help you live better. at fairlife, we believe in better. just about anywhere you use sugar, you can use splenda®... calorie sweetener. splenda® lets you experience...
9:26 am
...the joy of sugar... ...without all the calories. think sugar, say splenda® i'm ... ==topvo== one person is dead after a subaru station wagon good friday morning. it's 9:26. i'm sam brock. one person is dead after a subaru station wagon crashed and burned into flames this morning. this happened near hellier avenue. that car caught fire after slamming into a tree with the driver still trapped in the vehicle. chp has not determined if the victim is a man or woman. b.a.r.t. meantime promising more trains with more seats by this fall. b.a.r.t. directors have passed a new budget which includes a plan to boost service and to add more cars. complaints in recent months have grown over crowded, dirty and delayed trains. b.a.r.t. expects that rollout to start by this september. and a big bounceback for the golden state warriors who won last night's critical game four
9:27 am
of the nba finals against cleveland. the warriors won thanks in part to a big contribution from andre igadala. coach started him for the first time all season. he helped shut down lebron james and a career playoff high at 22 points. that series is tied at two games a piece with game five in oakland this sunday. as we look to the weekend we'll have a look at your weather and traffic for today coming up after this.
9:28 am
good friday morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. as we take a look at what's happening across the bay, this is from belvedere looking toward the city. absolutely gorgeous. there's still some patchy bay fog but mainly clear this morning and it's going to be a hot one. the hot spots we could reach near 100 degrees. you know where you are in the tri-valley and parts of the south bay, north bay as well. mainly clear this evening and sunset at 8:28. looking at the microclimate you see the 80s and 90s. even hitting 80 in san francisco
9:29 am
and triple dinlts in the tri-valley. check in with mike. we have slowing here in palo alto. this is kind of the worst of it around the bay. southbound you're looking at it coming down to willow in toward university. now, look at the map and that same stretch shows that red. just a little bit of red northbound also slow toward embarcadero. approaches toward the bay bridge a nice easy drive, a stall on the vanness. post work traffic back to you. >> for now we're going to enjoy those two words, at and speed on a friday. thanks mike. we'll be back in 25 minutes with another update. back to "today."
9:30 am
taking a look at the headlines. the hunt for two killers who escaped from a new york state prison is now into its seventh day. hundreds of police officers spent the night searching woods near the prison. meantime a district attorney says prison sewing teacher joyce mitchell had been investigated recently for her close relationship with fugitive david sweat. but there was not enough evidence to discipline her. officials said earlier that mitchell who is suspected of aiding the escape plan thought she was in love with the other fugitive richard matt. german prosecutors say there is evidence the co pilot who crashed a germanwings flight also explored alternate means of suicide. the prosecutor confirmed a report in a german newspaper that says that andreas lubitz researched how to obtain deadly drugs and the possibility of a
9:31 am
living will. the crash killed all 150 people on board. new research found post menopausal women who are overweight or obese have an increased risk of invasive breast cancer. the study followed more than 60,000 older women for over a decade. the most obese women were 58% more likely to develop invasive breast cancer than their normal weight peers. normal weight women who gained more than 5% of their body weight during the study also had an increased risk of breast cancer. parents, listen up. more than half of kids and teens aren't drinking enough water. this is according to a new harvard study. data from over 4,000 children showed nearly a quarter of the children in the study reported drinking no plain water at all. inadequate hydration has been linked to headaches, as well as poor physical and cognitive performance. mortgage rates are on the rise. the average rate on a 30-year fixed topped 4% this week for the first time since last october. banks typically link mortgage rates to yield on treasury
9:32 am
bonds, moving higher. that comes as positive economic data is convincing traders the fed may hike interest rates sometime later on this year. one little girl will never forget the day she met queen elizabeth, but maybe for the wrong reason. 6-year-old maysly gregory wore her her traditional costume. watch as the monarch moved away a soldier raised his arm to salute the queen and knocked her little hat. the girl said ow. the queen apparently didn't hear and kept walking. meanwhile, she ran to her mom for comfort. poor thing. let's get a check of the weather now from mr. roker. hey, al. >> she showed a lot of composure. >> she did. >> all right, natalie, thanks so much. let's look at your weekend planner, and west coast spectacular weather today. for saturday. temperatures in the 70s with plenty of sunshine although i'm sure they wouldn't mind a little rain. wet weather in the four corners back into the plains. stronger storms fire up as you get into the northern upstate
9:33 am
new york. and also down into the gulf coast. sunday! we are looking for the risk of strong storms around the central great lakes. the upper mississippi and ohio river valleys. also wet weather into the mid atlantic states. look for sunshine in the northeast on into northern new england and gulf coast looking at a few showers down around the lower mississippi river valley again into texas, oklahoma going to be seeing wet weather, as well. they do not need it. look for more sunshine along the west coast. gorgeous day in los angeles, 79 degrees. 87 in good friday morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. starting to heat up across parts of the bay. east bay at 72 degrees. san francisco now 63. and the south bay is at 66 degrees. in the microclimate forecast drink lots of water and try to stay in the a.c. if you can. especially morgan hill getting up to 99 degrees today. and even some triple digits for parts of the tri-valley.
9:34 am
dublin today look for a high of 100 degrees in santa rosa today 91. and that's your latest weather. >> buckle up kids! >> we're buckled in mom. school is almost over for kids around the country which means millions of families will hit the road, just like us. and hours spent in the car can lead to a lot of -- >> are we there yet! >> so here to help us keep the trip fun and stress-free is senior lifestyle editor at zu amy goodman. good to see you, amy. sorry our car only fits four. >> that's okay. >> you can drive alongside if you want. you just got off a 20-hour road trip? >> yeah we drove to tennessee with the kids and i'm still married. the kids are still alive. we actually had a phenomenal time. we really had a really great time. and i test drove a lot of these ideas. we're planning the next road trip already so good success. >> you have some things to keep kids occupied. and first up is --
9:35 am
>> the license plate game. so download a free map, you fill in the license plates as you see them. the kids are yelling them out. you can all assign different colors there's lots of ways to play this and make it competitive. i know guys aren't competitive. >> no that's an old classic. great game. >> and the reusable sticker pad. this is great from melissa and doug. and because i don't like to have lots of loose toys in the car, this is fantastic, because the stickers are reusable. they can do them all up. these are all kind of vehicle and travel themed. and if the stickers happen to end up on the window it's okay. they peel off really easily. al you have the hangman game. it's called flip to win. this actually has little pieces on it. believe it or not, they're attached. so again, it's reusable it's very clever. and a fun way to kill some hours in the car. now that you have had some fun consists activities you need some
9:36 am
downtime and plans to get comfy. we have some great ideas here. this is actually called the travel friend. and i'm going to hand this back to you. this is for kids. it's complete head and neck support. >> oh. >> for a child. it comes in so many fun amazingly cool -- animals. and for the adults we have the evolution pillow from cabo made with memory foam. it's so soft. i actually recently purchased this for a trip to asia. it's so comfortable, it latches in the front so you avoid the head nodding. you can actually unsnap that. and it actually rolls up into a small ball. >> now you tell me! >> exactly. and then for even greater comfort up here for the eyes in the front, you need to take a rest and nap and when it's your turn to take over -- >> where is natalie? >> you're driving! >> oh oh no! >> this is from one voice. and you connect an eye mask and headphone together so you canzen out to your tunes while you -- >> cool!
9:37 am
>> next up we have a blanket that actually transforms into a pillow. it's really great and cozy. from skip hop. you can see, it's really adorable. turns into it's really adorable. it turns into a travel pet. >> a big hand puppet. >> it is blasting in the car, it is nice to cozy up to a blanket. >> all right. >> so then in terms of organization zulily likes to organize families. it makes it easier. on the back you discovered an organizational tool. this is for munchkin. it actually kind of zips closed. it has lots of different pockets but a place for the tablet so the kids can watch videos and movies. >> so organized. >> you have a great tool for organizing all of the art supplies. you put night backpack. >> how cute! >> but then it serves as a kids lap desk. there is no surface area to do the art work on top. it's so cute. this is from toys "r" us. then in the back the guys have a thing from bed, bath & beyond
9:38 am
the organizer where can you put all of your art books and your art supplies and what not to get that organized. >> and a separator between the kids. >> exactly. >> so they aren't fighting. >> and for the nourished -- >> behave boys. >> that is from snackies. it's an area for snack on top, beverage below. and freezable snack containers. you take all of your things in the back the bulk of snacks and refill it as you go to be environmental and affordable. >> my kids loved these snack cups. >> thank you. what a fantastic list. >> i'm sorry, you're slowing us down though. we have to take off. >> we're on our way to cleveland. let's go! go cavs. >> something plain delicious, we're cooking up airline chicken and it's got nothing to do with flying right after this. >> that's my man chris willie there. >> that's our man chris willie. ow they tossed the dice. ♪ ♪ it had to be. ♪ ♪ the only one for me is you. ♪
9:39 am
♪ and you for me. ♪ ♪ so happy together! ♪ now there' that lets you earn points at one place and use them at another. introducing plenti. ♪ ♪ ♪ when it comes to rewards there's plenti together. ♪ ♪ ♪ i've been the same shade of red for many years. it's time to change it up! hello, golden blonde. shift a shade with nice'n easy. for natural looking color i don't know if blonde has more fun, but i plan to find out when we go to the store i find my box of honey bunches of oats, and i'm checking to see if i packaged it. he says "it has a certain code that's my line, this is the date." if the last 3 letters were p22, that's me. now, lips slip into our creamiest mattes. color sensational creamy mattes from maybelline new york. unique matte-cream formula meets bold pigment color for our smoothest,
9:40 am
most seductive mattes. maybelline creamy mattes ♪ maybe it's maybelline. ♪ shopping online... as easy as it gets. wouldn't it be great if hiring plumbers carpenters and even piano tuners... were just as simple? thanks to angie's list now it is. start shopping online... ...from a list of top rated providers. visit today. at clorox 2 we've turned removing stains into a science. now pre-treat with clorox 2! watch stains disappear right before your eyes. remove 4 times more stains than detergent alone. does all greek yogurt have to be thick? does it all have to be the same? not with new light and fluffy yoplait greek 100 whips! let's whip up the rules of greek!
9:41 am
headache? motrin helps you be an unstoppable, let's-rock-this-concert- like-it's-1999 kind of mom. when pain tries to stop you, there's motrin. motrin works fast to stop pain where it starts. make it happen with new motrin liquid gels. i need to look for a used car. but i just keep putting it off. it's daunting. what if i make the wrong choice? it's like, if i buy
9:42 am
a t-shirt and then change my mind i can return it. but a car? you don't reeeaaa eeeeeaaaaaly know until you've driven it a few days. i just want to be sure. ♪ ♪ as long as people drive cars carmax will be the best way to buy them. in the kitchen with al is brought to you by chili's lunch combos. fresh is happening nowim. >> back now in today's kitchen, airline chicken. it's nothing like airline food. my man, chris lilly, pit master in de indicate you are, alabama. in town for the block party. weather should be good. >> looking forward to a fantastic weekend, back for the 13th year. i have friends from all over the country, come to new york madison park it is the best barbecue street festival in the
9:43 am
world, bar none. >> we're making airline chicken. how does it get this name? >> well airline chicken breast for several reasons. one, you want to do this it is a boneless skin-on chicken breast but you leave the drummette bone. just make a quick cut right there. >> ooh. >> and for three reasons. one, plate presentation. absolutely phenomenal. also we want to do a little salt and cracked black pepper on here. thank you, al. also when you put it in the hot cast iron skillet, it opens up so we can get complete char all the wait on all of the skin. >> can you do this on a grill? >> absolutely. this is where -- i usually do it on my charcoal grill. this is a recipe i pulled from my backyard indoors. so we want to sear that for about five minutes. just quick check. until it's done. and then we go to the basil butter right here. >> basil butter. >> absolutely. a little butter fresh basil right here.
9:44 am
>> that's the chris lilly i know. >> just like this. >> that's what i'm talking about. >> these are just about ready. >> oh! >> look at the golden color there, al. >> that's beautiful. >> is that not beautiful? >> a little more butter on there? >> yeah. >> why not? >> yeah. >> okay. well that's -- you're going to put this in the oven? >> five minutes, 35 minutes in the oven. 400 degrees. until it's ready to go my friend. >> whoa! meantime while that's cooking, another one in here. >> what we've got here is sweet potatoes right here. and these are hot right out of the oven. we want to go in ice water to cool them down so we can cut them up into steaks. >> right. >> and as soon as we go steaks right here they go right back on the grill. >> okay. >> we like char al. we like the extra char. >> and then you've got this great sauce that has butter pecans maple syrup. >> maple syrup and cinnamon. >> this is how a vegetable should be prepared. >> that's right. >> with lots of butter. >> syrup. pecans.
9:45 am
>> ladies and gentlemen -- >> awesome. >> how are we doing? >> amazing. >> there you go. >> this weekend, big apple barbecue, check it out. go to our website for information. coming up next get ready to dance, dance as the fall out boys rock the summer concert stage right after these here's a little healthy advice. eat well live well, and take of what makes you you. right down to your skin with aveeno® aveeno® daily moisturizing lotion with the goodness of active naturals® oat and 5 vital nutrients for healthier looking skin in just one day. healthy skin equals beautiful skin. and for shower softness, add the body wash, too! aveeno® naturally beautiful results® now at chili's new top shelf ranchero chicken tacos. stop in for lunch and tap, swipe, and go. chili's. fresh is happening now.
9:46 am
wait till you see what i've been doing. (laughs) i know, i, it just came to me. manscaping husband? get scrubbing bubbles. kill 99.9% of germs and destroy grime. with scrubbing bubbles for 100% problem solved. now, lips slip into our creamiest mattes. color sensational creamy mattes from maybelline new york. unique matte-cream formula meets bold pigment color for our smoothest, most seductive mattes. maybelline creamy mattes ♪ maybe it's maybelline. ♪ women talking about activia. when i feel bloated and my stomach is rumbling in the morning, it takes me forever to get dressed. i just like wearing a lot of black. i don't have the time to be gassy and uncomfortable, when i'm trying to get out of the house. those are the days you wear sweatpants. i love activia. that is so good. i eat activia every day. enjoying activia twice a day for 4 weeks may help reduce the frequency of minor digestive issues. feeling good, looking good. activiaaaa. my husband has been singing that to
9:47 am
me for two weeks. if you can't put a feeling into words, why try? at 62,000 brush movements per minute philips sonicare leaves your mouth with a level of clean like you've never felt before. innovation and you. philips sonicare.
9:48 am
the toyota concert series on "today," brought to you by toyota.
9:49 am
>> fall out boy has taken over rockefeller plaza, singing new hits off their latest album "american beauty american psycho." >> here they are singing one of my all-time favorites, "my songs know what you did in the dark." ♪ whoa oh oh oh ♪ ♪ whoa oh oh-oh ♪ ♪ be careful making wishes in the dark ♪ ♪ can't be sure when they their mark ♪ ♪ and besides in the meantime i'm just dreaming of tearing you apart ♪ ♪ i'm in the details with the devil ♪ ♪ so now the world can never get me on my level ♪ ♪ i just got to get you out of the cage ♪ ♪ i'm a young lovers rage ♪ ♪ gonna need a spark to ignite ♪
9:50 am
♪ my songs know what you did in the dark ♪ ♪ so light 'em up up up up light emup up up ♪ ♪ i'm on fire ♪ ♪ so light 'em up up up up up light 'em up i'm on fire ♪ ♪ whoa oh whoa oh ♪ ♪ whoa oh oh whoa oh ♪ ♪ all the writers keep writing what they write ♪ ♪ somewhere in another pretty vein just dies ♪ ♪ i've got the scars from tomorrow and i wish you could see ♪ ♪ that you're the antidote to everything except for me ♪ ♪ a constellation of tears on your lashes ♪ ♪ burn everything you love then burn the ashes ♪ ♪ in the end everything collides snoet ♪ my childhood spat back the
9:51 am
monster that you see ♪ ♪ my songs know what you did in the dark ♪ ♪ so light 'em up up up light 'em up up up ♪ ♪ i'm on fire ♪ ♪ whoa oh oh whoa oh whoa ♪ ♪ in the dark ♪ ♪ whoa oh whoa oh whoa ♪ ♪ my songs know what you did in the dark ♪ ♪ my songs know what you did in the dark ♪ ♪ ♪ sew light 'em up up up light 'em up up up ♪ ♪ i'm on fire ♪ ♪ light 'em up up up light 'em up up up ♪ ♪ i'm on fire ♪ ♪ whoa oh
9:52 am
whoa oh whoa ♪ ♪ in the dark dark ♪ ♪ whoa oh whoa oh-oh ♪ ♪ whoa oh whoa oh whoa oh ♪ ♪ >> awesome. fall out boy. we're back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc.
9:53 am
9:54 am
look who is here! >> hey! >> "weekend today." >> i get happy when you let me share your food. speaking of food there's a new restaurant in dallas. perhaps you've heard of it. it's called tally whackers. that's the name. hooters for men. sheinelle went. >> for women. >> yes. >> hooters for women. sheinelle went this week and will share her first-hand
9:55 am
experiences. >> did she come back? >> she came back yeah. >> tally whackers. >> knickknack tally whack, give the dog a bone. >> the food at hooters is pretty good. >> that's like saying these articles -- >> they're pretty good. >> all right. >> should point out, carson is with us this weekend. >> cool! >> fantastic. >> erica, thanks so much. coming up (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
9:56 am
i'm ... ==topvo== san francisco police are releasing new surveillance good morning. 9:56 right now. i'm kris sanchez. san francisco police are releasing new surveillance video of a terrifying armed robbery at a convenience store last month. it happened in the early morning hours may 19th at a shell station south of market. two gunmen went into the store.
9:57 am
and stof instead of taking money they went after the clerk with their guns. the clerk ran for his life and the gunmen followed him and fired several shots as he ran away. thankfully they missed. if you have to get around tomorrow be aware b.a.r.t. trains will not run through the fruit fruit fruitvale station. b.a.r.t. plans to have bus bridges between the two stations. we know sometimes that takes longer. service should resume sunday morning well ahead of sunday night's game five at oracle which the warriors will hopefully win. speaking of hot streaks here's kari. >> good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. temperatures starting out in the low 60s this morning, but it's going way up this afternoon. 86 degrees for the peninsula. south bay 95 degrees. and parts of the north bay will also be in the mid-90s. this weekend's forecast it will be a hot one in the south bay. 89 degrees on saturday the
9:58 am
peninsula, 83 degrees. but look at the tri-valley reaching into the upper 90s. and then temperatures start to cool back down just a little bit in time for sunday with mostly sunny skies. now let's check in with mike. all right. well, look over here toward the nice looking speed east shore freeway just a little slow through berkeley. but no metering lights. a nice drive through the north bay as well. this is friday traffic. it's all over the bay easy flow little late and slow coming in through dublin. not unusual here. on the peninsula we have the slowing for 101 up through san jose in toward pali. that's the pali slow jam right here toward university. that shift is on. back to you. we don't like that pali jam. more local news coming p for you in just a half hour.
9:59 am
10:00 am
>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb. from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> what are we listening to, dhee? hoda? >> great song by american authors called "go big or go home." >> now that's the song. it's june 12 and we have a fun show to kick off your weekend. get out the fruit. >> what are we doing? >> some fun summer grilling with the gorgeous camilla alvez. she's a hot ticket. she is a hot ticket and she's fun to have around. she enjoys the party. she comes to play. >> she comes to play. >> and she cooks up great, great
10:01 am
stuff. she's grilling group for us today. then bobby's buzzing with clever beauty concepts like jewels that can hold your makeup without anyone noticing. what? >> who does it better than bobby? nobody. >> and guess who's back? the team of hogie and husband ysy. they'll answer relationship questions. they're whacky. so survey says -- >> this is one of those it's summertime. there's a survey out that talks about the dirty little secrets that travelers do. see if any of these apply to you. do you ever when you're on vacation at a hotel, go down in the morning, lay your towel down on a lounge chair and then go have breakfast, hang out and then go to your lounge chair that you have saved. you know, you go in the afternoon and you've hog it had lounge chair when no one had a chance to do that.
10:02 am
>> over half of the people admit to this crime. i don't think it's a crime. the early bird gets the worm and the chaise lounge . >> some people are upset because you don't show up there until the afternoon but you hogged it with your mary higgins clark book on it. >> somebody could steal it, too. >> they usually don't. >> most people respect. have any of you ever relieved yourself in the pool or the ocean? i'm embarrassed to ask the question. >> have you? >> not pool. [ laughter ] >> you know why? ocean seems so vast. it seems like there are whales in there doing it. sharks doing it. i mean not like -- it's not like there's nothing else in there. >> two-thirds of us have confessed to that and the other third is lying. >> but the pool is -- >> the pool is another thing. >> that's not cool. >> they should do some sort of chemical thing in there so that it changes the water to a different color then follows you
10:03 am
around. i miss shame. that would be a great thing. >> that is awful! >> yes. yes. >> sometimes when you get warm water on you do you ever not have to go to the restroom and you jump on the shower and you have to go. >> so you are admitting to what? >> i'm just saying sometimes you can't control everything. >> i think we need an admission. >> i don't go in the pool but sometimes it's hard to hurry up and get out and go back. okay. have you ever done this? >> she does. she has done it. that's the admission. >> have you ever sneaked -- it is sneaked through, not snuck? i think it's sneak. >> have you ever gone through customs sneaking something? >> that's a good way around it. you don't declare you have a souvenir. here's the thing. when you get that form that you're supposed to fill out and it says do you have anything over a hundred bucks. what if your necklace was $102? once you declare it it as a thing then you have to go through it. >> so she's admitting to
10:04 am
something else. the customs agents are on -- you know what? i am such a nerd. i'm terrified of being found out. >> what if you didn't snow. >> well i keep my receipts. >> what? i'm sorry. what? you do? >> yes. >> but sometimes you're buying something at a market. >> well i don't buy tons of stuff. i'm always under the limit. >> hundreds? >> no it needs to be more than that. it is more than that. >> no you say is it over a hundred bucks. >> you don't have to pay for something over a hundred bucks. >> but you have to write it down on the form. if it's around hundred you don't to write it down. >> so write it down. it's the tend result that matters. how much you bought. your receipts are at the bottom of your purse. >> you're right. >> a thousand years of existing on this planet. this i know you, do hoda. taking hotel toiletries. >> you know why i don't? i don't like the shampoos in those -- >> otherwise you would. >> yeah. if they had a keratin type
10:05 am
shampoo i liked. >> 70% of travelers take the toiletries. i thought that's allowed. especially if you've used the shampoo and you've used the soap. >> take what's left the extra. >> i don't but i can see why some people place great value on it. >> sometimes you have a great bar of soap that smells great and you love it and you take all of them and throw in the your bag. i've done that. you're allowed. >> you don't even have to go to church on sunday, you've confessed skipping out on a bill. 15% of americans have done that. >> they used to have that thing where when we were in college, some kids used to do this. i thought it was terrible because i've waited tables. one person leaves to go to the bathroom and one by one no one leaves. and usually someone -- obviously someone gets stuck paying that at a restaurant and it's not cool. but a lot of -- people do it. >> in general you think all of
10:06 am
the above were not so bad until you get to the one on skipping out on the bill. >> i don't like that one. others aren't so terrible. >> so often do you lie, dhee?hoda? >> i feel so good right now. i wish this show would go on forever. >> a survey found four in five women tell lies on a daily basis. >> everybody does. i think it's silly for people to say they don't. >> some women confess to lying up to 30 times a day. >> here's the biggest reason -- you try to make someone feel better. so if someone says "i feel terrible but i have to go for this job interview, how do i look?" what do you say? >> i say "how do you think you look?" >> no they're about to go in for a job interview that will determine the path of their life. they look terrible and you know it. >> so maybe if a real friend told you -- >> but it's right before. >> you could use lipstick. >> too late you're going in. >> you say "i'll pray tofor you."
10:07 am
32% said they do it not to get in trouble because obviously they've done something worse than lying. >> but sometimes it's a small thing you lie about. like sometimes you don't want to go somewhere and you go "i didn't feel well." and two days later someone goes "how are you feeling" and you go "from what?" and they go "from when you weren't feeling well." >> you have proven the point. it's not the best thing todo to lie. >> you have to have a great memory if you're a liar. i get busted on little things. you just weren't in the mood so sometimes you use that then it comes back to haunt you later. >> what's the worst lie you ever told. >> what's the worst lie i've ever told? >> we're going ask you camille in the kitchen. >> oh god. >> that's a tough one? camille, you be thinking too.
10:08 am
we are coming over to you, baby. >> i think -- i know but you like my outfit? >> i think it's good. i don't think it's -- yeah i think it's good. i could do without the necklace. >> oh! >> you know what's funny? okay, wait. i want to tell you something. joanne told me "you have to have a necklace with that." better, wait look. >> let me see. no, she was right. she was right and i was wrong. >> now she admits it. >> at my age, the necklace is there to cover up something. >> she knows what she's doing. >> you know what it's time for? friday funny. all right. one day jimmy got home really early from school. his mom was shock and said why are you home so early? the boy said "mom i was the only one that answered a question in my class." "wow
10:09 am
"wow," said the mom proudly. "what was the question?" jimmy said "who through the trash at the principal's head." [ rim shot ] he didn't lie! >> you sell these jokes. >> they're so bad you have to. >> but that's a good sell. you go in with the voices. we want to give a shoutout for jamie dury. if your garden looks terrible jamie wants to help you out go. to and give us a picture of your sad, sorry, terrible garden. >> and head to our facebook page and share your favorite dad and child photos with us. you may just see them on our show next week when we celebrate all things dad. coming up we're firing up the grill with summer fruit. >> camilla alvez is in the kitchen whipping up sweet treats. >> and the always sweet donna is taking our fans a spin. >> because today is the day when we give it away. hoda gave it away in junior high school.
10:10 am
rm-ridden stains. clorox toilet bowl cleaner with bleach is no match for that. but lysol power toilet bowl cleaner eliminates mineral build-up effortlessly and kill's 99.9% of germs. to get your toilet truly clean why choose anything other than the power of lysol? and to keep it that way for up to 4 weeks try lysol automatic toilet bowl cleaner. make fit happen! fit me matte and poreless foundation from maybelline new york. beyond matching skin tone... it fits skin's texture... blurs pores and controls shine you look totally natural. fit me matte and poreless show us your fit ♪ maybe it's maybelline! ♪ i'm phil mickelson, pro golfer. if you have painful, swollen joints, i've been in your shoes. one day i'm on top of the world... the next i'm saying... i have this thing called psoriatic arthritis. i had some intense pain. it progressively got worse. my rheumatologist told me about enbrel.
10:11 am
i'm surprised how quickly my symptoms have been managed. enbrel may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal, events including infections, tuberculosis, lymphoma, other cancers, nervous system and blood disorders, and allergic reactions have occurred. tell your doctor if you've been someplace where fungal infections are common... ...or if you're prone to infections, have cuts or sores have had hepatitis b, have been treated for heart failure... ...or if you have persistent fever, bruising, bleeding, or paleness. don't start enbrel if you have an infection like the flu. get back to the things that matter most. ask your rheumatologist if enbrel is right for you. enbrel, the number one biologic medicine prescribed by rheumatologist.
10:12 am
dare to go nude the blushed nudes palette new from maybelline new york 12 shadows in rosy gold tones create infinite looks... from bolder blush... to risqué rose. all blushed. never hushed. new the blushed nudes palette maybe it's maybelline! you wouldn't do half of your daily routine. so why treat your mouth any differently. brushing alone does less than half the job leaving behind millions of germs. complete the job with listerine®. kill up to 99 percent of germs. and prevent plaque early gum disease and bad breath. complete the job with listerine®. power to your mouth™! also try listerine® pocket packs to kill bad breath germs on the go.
10:13 am
. when the weather is hot, you like something light and refreshing. we're going to show you how to bring out sweetness of summer fruit and we're bringing out cooking with camilla. she's a mother of three and a model and married to matthew mcconaughey. >> they just celebrated their third anniversary.
10:14 am
how does that feel? >> well question,'ve been together for way longer than that. >> how long? >> we're still trying to figure out. but, you know levi is about to be seven so we kind of went the other way around. >> we're looking at a picture here. to me honestly every single red carpet -- >> we have to see this. is. >> you steal it. >> you're being kind. >> no i'm not. tell her why. this is true. >> because you are always flawless but you never make it about you. as a result it goes to you because you're not posing. >> thank you you're being kind. but it's not about me i'm there to support him and show respect to what he's doing. >> it's beautiful. >> well, thank you. >> take the compliment. >> thank you. thank you. >> what are we making? >> we're going to do a grilled peach sangria. summertime is getting hot, let's get the grill out. so basically here you're going to have some peach without the
10:15 am
skin. cut it into slices put it on the grill until you get the little marks. then pull it out. >> do you put anything on the grill? >> a little bit of oil, that's it. you want to cut them? >> how? >> like into little bites. so we're going to come over here and you want to cut some strawberries, slice strawberries, put it inside with some ice. you're going to want to put your -- you can either put it together here -- >> i will help you. >> come on put in the there. i'm pouring reisieslingriesling. a sweet riesling. >> riesling. >> then apple juice inside. >> oh, yes. >> now i'm using a cup but depending on how dry the wine is you want more mix it up. >> pop them in? >> please. more, more. now you're going to put this in the refrigerator for about two hours. >> then you pour it over --
10:16 am
>> after two hours you pour it over. you want to get some of the fruit from the bottom place in the the cup. let's try it out. >> so most people use chardonnay that will be different. it's -- the fruit has been grilled and it will have a different -- >> and put a little club soda on top. >> waters it down. >> thank you. >> try it. i already had plenty trying so i will be drunk here so you all start. >> oh, you're an amateur, huh? >> after three kids you become an amateur. >> that's delicious. >> i love that little grilled aftertaste. >> it gives a little different taste to it. so this is going to be green pineapple ice cream parfait. so take the skin off the pineapple. >> you told us you cook everyday. >> i do as much as i can. >> for the kiddos and your hubby? >> exactly. >> what's the children's favorite? >> they like this honey chicken that i do. what you want to do after you cut it into slices take the
10:17 am
core out. if you have one of those things over here, those are great because it comes perfect. it's not, just use a paring knife. put it on the grill, let it sit for a minute to get a mark and what you want to do is get a mixture of sugar and cinnamon and you want to put it on all the sides, flip it over. >> careful. >> you should do a cook book. have you thought about it? >> that's a good idea. >> it's time camilla. it's time. >> i wouldn't be considered like a celebrity one. you're really a cook. >> oh hoda can't eat those. >> they made one for me. >> like one on each side right there. >> what are these? >> a scoop of ice cream. you want to get a scoop right in the middle and this is ginger snaps. you know the little cookies. you're going to crush some of them, put it on top, garnish it over. >> is that delicious? >> is it good? >> i love this because it's not
10:18 am
too sweet. >> not too sweet and you can put the pineapple warm or cold however you like it. >> delicious. >> camilla, we love it when you come to visit. cook for us next time and bring the kids. for these recipes plus a video on the easiest way to cut pineapple pineapple, go to >> find out what bobbi thomas has made to make your life easier. believe me, i put this hair through a lot every day. l'oreal's total repair 5 shampoo system fights 5 signs of damage.
10:19 am
my hair feels strong! and look at this shine! 5 problems, 1 solution. l'oreal total repair 5 shampoo. that's the power of beautiful hair. every day. ♪ ♪ each year 17 billion toilet paper tubes are used in the us alone. that's enough to fill the empire state building... twice. now there's scott naturals® tube-free bath tissue. get the premium softness you need... ...without the wasteful tube. toss the tube for good with scott naturals® tube-free. what's the special? hand agitated baltic sea foam. sometimes life can get a little complicated. your sandwich doesn't have to be. oscar mayer deli fresh is made with 100% turkey breast that's sliced and sealed at the peak of freshness. it's deli quality, every time. it's oscar mayer.
10:20 am
i heard you have a tough clog. i only have ten minutes. i only need 7. liquid plumr urgent clear penetrates the toughest clogs with two fast acting gels in only 7 minutes guaranteed baby. mmm yoplait! it's snack time! oh, look! yoplait original now has 25% less sugar. it tastes good! yoplait! make fit happen! fit me matte and poreless foundation from maybelline new york. beyond matching skin tone... it fits skin's texture... blurs pores and controls shine you look totally natural. fit me matte and poreless show us your fit ♪ maybe it's maybelline! ♪ why do you want great glasses for $38, backed by a replacement guarantee?
10:21 am
mom! mom! because you all really need glasses... mom! ...and boys really need to be boys. the glasses you want are at the walmart vision center - a complete pair of single vision glasses for $38. backed by a 12-month replacement guarantee. save money. live better walmart. mom!
10:22 am
>> it's time for "bobbie's buzz." today's style editor bobbie thomas is here with clever concepts to simplify your beauty routine. >> hey b.t. how are you feeling? >> i'm feeling great. >> you are beautiful. >> i'm feeling very big. >> you're gorgeous. >> so i was excited about a few of these, the first one in particular which is the most simple idea but so smart. this is called easy net and believe it or not this is patent pending. you know how you get the hair trapped in your brush and you have to chuck it because it's dirty? these are little fish net stockings for your brush. hoda, that one you can show how if you just pull up the hair net, the hair comes with it. so that way your brush stays clean underneath and you just pull the -- wash the hair off the net. >> okay. >> oh so the hair comes off -- >> well that was a clean one, i
10:23 am
don't want to gross you guys out on tv. you get a pack of six, i believe, when you order that. now this is brand new launching this month and this patent-pending jewelry collection has secret chambers inside to hold lip gloss or solid perfume. so you'll see inside for example, the ring right here. >> those are big rings. >> yeah, but it pops open so you have your lip gloss or solid perfume at your fingertips. there's even a mirror inside so you can -- i'll try to get the right angle. i'll never be a weatherman. there you go. but they have a bunch of stuff. i'm wearing one of these pendants. you're both wearing one. you pop from the top, hoda. and what's cool is that the line starts around $38 and for the launch weekend, they're having a lunch sale of 25% off so it's a great time to investigate and they come in either these little packettes where you can get three so you can interchange
10:24 am
them. they're magnetic. >> very clever. >> now another smart idea is called third love. that is bra company. i'm always looking at bra companies to try to get support for the girlfriends. >> you have two good reasons. >> well, this bra company has 30% more cup sizes than normal. they do half cup sizes. >> oh! >> exactly. so what's great is that you can find the closest fit but in addition to that they also have an app that allows you to fit. we have a graphic of the app but you can take -- you're shy and you don't want to go in and have somebody fondling you to get the right fit, you can use your smart phone at home and take a picture to figure out. the app will help you get the right perfect size. >> thank you so much honey. when should you bring your boyfriend them meet dad? matthew hussy and francesca hoe give answer your relationship questions. then i helped my girl get hitched.
10:25 am
three years ago in spin class, katy's starin' at this studmuffin, so i did a little cyber-snoopin' and... the dude had way too many selfies on instagram... uh oh! but he passed my inspection... and the rest is history! to katy and ryan! vo: make us part of your family. look for nutritious dairy brands with the real california seals. cow: now about those selfies... the hot new accessory? brows that wow. from maybelline new york... it's brow drama. our first sculpting ball brush with tinted gel. just sweep...then sculpt. for bolder, sculpted brows. brow drama. get the look at ♪ maybe it's maybelline ♪ it takes nature 90 days to grow the most golden oats. 7,200 hours to create the purest honey and, it only takes you 3 minutes to enjoy it.
10:26 am
perhaps we made it too delicious. nature valley, nature at its most delicious. curing a yeast infection can take days. relieving the itch... can happen instantly. vagisil max strength anti-itch wipes relieve itch and odor instantly as they cleanse. so why wait to feel comfortable? trust vagisil. the number one wipe for itch. vo that's where a family dog died in skbrood. good morning to you, it's 10:26. i'm kris sanchez. we are following breaking news. there was a fire in the wharf area. one family dog has died. this is the view from our
10:27 am
chopper. you can see the damage from the building. the flames started around 9:00 this morning on bergen alley which is a small alley off of height street. they made short work of the fire but it was too late for the dog. stephanie chuong is there and we'll bring you an update at 11:00. now we will have a look at weather and traffic for you coming up after the break.
10:28 am
sfx: engines revving. listen up. ready. ready. steady. sfx: engines revving. go! ♪ it's more than a movie. it's now a ride. fast and furious. supercharged. ride it at universal studios hollywood. good morning, i'm
10:29 am
meteorologist kari hall. as we head into the week end it will be hot. in san francisco there's a lot going on including the north beach festival. we start out with temperatures at 58 degrees and 67 degrees at noon and by 3:0073 degrees. very warm all across the bay area. and livermore, one of the spots we'll be watching today that may reach over 100 degrees. all of the tri valley will be hot and then the trend goes down just a bit, but staying above average into next week. relief at 87. my goodness. over here looking at the fire that kris told you about. steph chuong is often scene. she'll have more on that at 11:00 a.m. looking over here there's a game tonight at 7:15. at&t park. giants will play over there. slowing down the east shore freeway but the metering lights are off. slow jam through pali. the last dance over there. more news in our 11:00
10:30 am
newscast and the latest news on breaking news on the fire. we'll see you back here in a half an hour. we're ready to get the other view on love and relationships. here to help us dish out great advice to steam up your weekend, our dynamic duo. >> the founder of matthew hussey and francesca hogi. kids, are you ready? we have questions abounding. let's take our first question on tape. >> when's a good time to introduce our significant other to our dad. >> oh. >> that's a tough one. >> i think it depends how high drama your dad is and how protective. if your dad is protective he'll pay the price in you taking longer to bring anyone home because you won't want to have
10:31 am
anyone around. >> is it also to do with your age? >> i mean, if you're 30 -- >> but i also think if you're at the point where you're thinking of your partner as a significant other, it's probably time to meet the dad, whether it's going to be drama or not because it's going to have to happen eventually. >> i know a lot of people are quick to introduce their boyfriends to their dads or moms or whatever and it almost takes away the importance of it? a lot of people don't care they're like oh meet my boyfriend. >> but when you're in high school you would meet them because they're coming to pick you up. >> somewhere in the middle. if you're going out of your way to avoid your parents, that's weird. but if you're trying to go out of your way early on to show your parents off and to be there, that's strange, too. but if there's overlap, if you're at dinner and your parents are there at the end of it and he's meeting you for a drink, don't go out of your way to avoid the building. >> and does meeting the dad mean you have to fly across the country? make a big production? or is it down the street. >> it will cost you some big
10:32 am
bucks. >> all right, we have an e-mail from eugenia. she says "i went on a few dates with a guy i was interested in but i haven't heard from him in a couple of weeks. however he consistently likes my instagram photos. is this his way of telling me i'm interested?" >> no. look firstly, men are not generally cryptic in that way. it might be plausible. if he was a shy guy and they hadn't been on a date and this was his way of interacting with her, that's one thing. but the thing about men is they don't go backwards in that way. he wouldn't go on a date with her then backwards slide into liking photos. more likely it's a way of keeping her thinking about him with him having to invest on a very small level. >> just let people go. >> social media creates so many issues around dating. this is a whole other level of complication and it's one reason why i always encourage people not to connect on social media at the beginning of a
10:33 am
relationship because it's just a -- it just unleashes a can of worms. >> should she block him from things so she doesn't have to see him pop up? >> don't block him but spend less time thinking about it. if that means less time on social media so you stop overanalyzing, do that. >> but if she's obsessing she should block him. >> good point. >> jacqueline on tape. >> how do you maintain the love in a long distance relationship? >> that's a good question. >> i think with long distance the important part is to have a plan to end the distance and a plan 40-to-how you're going to connect when you have the distance. so whether it's okay every other week one of us will travel or we'll skype. there needs to be a plan. if it's open-ended i think that's challenging. >> i think people have to reframe it as an opportunity. it's a bit like -- you know how a blind person develops their other senses in a heightened way? you can't physically touch but that means the getting to know each other part can be heightened because you're focused on that.
10:34 am
so it's reframing it in that way and knowing -- it's cheesy but you know a butterfly trying to break out of a cocoon has to build up its wing strength north to get out of it. i think a long distance relationship is a bit like that. the effort you have to go through to be together then makes you stronger afterwards. >> there is the excitement of finally seeing that person. kids thank you both. if you have a question for matthew and the francesca, head to and hit the "connect" button. >> so many great movies, so little time. which ones should you take your kids to see that you might like as well? >> our real moms weigh in. and have your rainy day films also. they have them for you right after this. what happened? stress, fun, bad habits kids, now what? let's build a new, smarter bed using the dualair chambers to sense your movement, heartbeat, breathing. introducing the sleep number bed with sleepiqtm technology. it tracks your sleep and tells you how to adjust for a good, better and an awesome night. the difference? try adjusting up or down. you'll know cuz sleep iq™ tells you.
10:35 am
only at a sleep number store where you'll find the best buy rated mattress with sleepiq technology. know better sleep with sleep number. make fit happen! fit me matte and poreless foundation from maybelline new york. beyond matching skin tone... it fits skin's texture... blurs pores and controls shine you look totally natural. fit me matte and poreless show us your fit ♪ maybe it's maybelline! ♪ at philadelphia, there's an art to making cream cheese. we always use fresh milk, real cream, and no preservatives. that's why philadelphia cream cheese tastes so rich and creamy. only philadelphia. (laughing) you talk a lot when you're sleeping. i do? -yeah! i got an "a" on my test. i almost got arrested. which subject...what? i will never show you guys my arms. (laughing) you leave your shirt on in the pool? i leave my shirt on in the shower. one two three... hear me out though. she thinks my dad's attractive! what?! -alright. that's unacceptable. -it's her dad...
10:36 am
(laughing) he's a decent man. alright, your dad's cute. one of the cool perks of this place, is you can eat as much cereal as you want. you can go to any line that's running, and pull a box of cereal. alrighty. we just like cereal, we make it, eat it love it, live it. (laughing)
10:37 am
now, lips slip into our creamiest mattes. color sensational creamy mattes from maybelline new york. unique matte-cream formula meets bold pigment color for our smoothest, most seductive mattes. maybelline creamy mattes ♪ maybe it's maybelline. ♪ yoplait greek 100. the protein-packed need something filling, taste bud loving, deliciously fruity, grab-and-go, take on the world with 100 calories, snack. yoplait greek 100. there are hundreds of reasons to snack on it. in my bakery, i see customers every day. but some days, i felt like all they saw was my acne, not me. i couldn't believe i still had acne. so i went to, found a dermatologist, and asked her about aczone® (dapsone) gel. together, we decided aczone® gel was right for me and my acne got better. acne is a medical condition that can happen at any age.
10:38 am
fortunately, your doctor can prescribe aczone® gel, fda approved for the topical treatment of acne and proven in clinical studies with people 12 years and older. talk to your doctor about any medical conditions you have, including g6pd deficiency, and any medications you are using. use of benzoyl peroxide with aczone® gel may cause your skin to temporarily turn yellow or orange at the site of application. the most common side effects with aczone® gel are dryness redness, oiliness, and peeling of treated skin. now you could pay no more than $10 for aczone® gel. get your coupon and learn more at aczone® gel. prescription treatment. proven results.
10:39 am
. it's summertime and hollywood is unleashing what it hopes will be the big family movies of the year. >> so grab a tub of popcorn like hoda is. our real moms are here with the flicks worth the price of the tickets. kara mcnamara is a mom of three who co-hosts "mom's movie minute" on fandango. >> also mother of two, susan rusk life-style editor of "family circle" magazine and liz stern, ceo of and the mom of three kids. hey, ladies. >> so good stuff coming out, right? >> insideedde out is what we're starting with. >> it opens friday june 19. it test latest pixar film. it's about the motions that rule
10:40 am
an 11-year-old girl's brain. the 11-year-old girl is named riley. she looks like my daughter riley so it was a little surreal. >> but pixar did that one we love so much "up." >> oh my. one of my favorite movies ever. >> this is a new favorite. >> does it make you feel like that? >> it's very sentimental. >> we're going to love it hoda. >> i walked out of this film thinking that it was even better than "up" if you can believe that. amy poehler as joy just brings so much delight. every character in this film? >> she's the main little character. >> the point of view is kind of motherly so what's interesting is that it delivers almost a different film for a parent for an 11-year-old, for a six-year-old, for a four-year-old. and they have to do a sequel. about teenagers. >> we'll see how much money it makes. okay, this next one everyone is waiting for. "jurassic world." oh, many i god, the trailers are out, it looks scary. chris pratt looks so cute. >> the first one scared the you
10:41 am
know what out of me? >> that's what we can't forget. this is the sequel to "jurassic park" and it delivers all of those things. they have the park now and so -- and they have to keep making bigger cooler better dinosaurs. but it's a or very film and the thing is that kids today, like teenagers, they didn't know "jurassic park" so there's lots of death and blood. >> how gory? >> it's pg-13. i think under 11 -- this is a scary movie. they're dinosaurs. dinosaur kills so dramatic flying through the air. >> is there a port-a-potty scene again? [ laughter ] that scared the -- >> even as an adult that can handle scary stuff i was a little scared curled up with my caught thor. >> is it as good as the original? >> i liked it. >> it builds on that formula. but moviegoers want to see this. it's outselling in fandango better than last year's
10:42 am
blockbuster. >> but if you have a child that's a little bit scared i would pre-warn them. >> maybe not even go. >> but chris pratt is wonderful. a great action hero, so handsome. so funny. >> and a sweetheart of a guy. >> lastly kathie lee and i both saw this one "me and earl and the dying girl." >> this is the anti "the fault in our stars" about sweet kids who fell in love and had cancer. this is about a selfish high school senior who's forced to become friends with this leukemia patient. but he develops the most meaningful relationship of his life. my 14-year-old daughter liked it. i loved it. i love the fact that it shows how awkward we are around people with cancer that we don't know what to do but we want to be there for them. >> but to be an awkward teenager to begin with. i love how much they took the time to let a moment be. this movie is in no rush to tell this story. >> my daughter appreciated the authenticity of the portrayal of the teens. she's usually eye rolling or
10:43 am
whatever. she really appreciated it. great job, the actors are wonderful. >> and the kid who plays earl r.j. he got the job, he was homeless two weeks before they started the movie and it changed his whole family life. >> bring lots of tissues. >> but you'll laugh a lot, too. >> one thing i want to point out, it says in the ratings "some sexual content." it's really crude language about sex. it's not even a romance. >> do you remember any crude language? >> a little. >> when he's talking about playing with her body part. >> that's its. >> but i showed it to both of my boys, the seven-year-old and the 11-year-old and they had different takeaways from the film but i thought it was important for them both to see it and they loved this film. >> thank you so much. can you believe who we've got with us next? >> "finding neverland" stars. >> and it's no fairy tale we are about to give it away to five luck eye viewers.
10:44 am
it's so shiny. i know, mommy, but it's time to let the new kitchen get some sleep. eye viewers. ye viewers. e viewers. ye viewers. viewers. you know where to go - angie's list. now everyone can get highly rated service even without a membership. you can shop special offers or just tell us what you need and we'll help you find a local company to take care of it. angie's list is there for all your projects, big and small. pretty. come see what the new angie's list can do for you. clorox knows to make a big meal, you have to make a big mess. new clorox scrub singles are pre-loaded with cleaners to scrub away stuck-on messes and even get into tough corners. it cleaned all this. good job, mom. great job, mom. real scrubbing. for your real life. here's a little healthy advice. eat well live well, and take of what makes you you. right down to your skin with aveeno® aveeno® daily moisturizing lotion with the goodness of active naturals® oat and 5 vital nutrients for healthier looking skin in
10:45 am
just one day. healthy skin equals beautiful skin. and for shower softness, add the body wash, too! aveeno® naturally beautiful results® my budget was always second guessing me when i'd buy stuff for the family. fingerhut. fingerhut. fingerhut. fingerhut. at we can shop with low monthly payments. over 200,000 items and growing from brands like samsung lego and kitchenaid. just click on over to to get the credit you deserve and great stuff for your family. not fingerhut. i got that at a garage sale. for a dollar. ♪ ♪ ♪ each year 17 billion toilet paper tubes are used in the us alone. that's enough to fill the empire state building... twice.
10:46 am
now there's scott naturals® tube-free bath tissue. get the premium softness you need... ...without the wasteful tube. toss the tube for good with scott naturals® tube-free. make fit happen! fit me matte and poreless foundation from maybelline new york. beyond matching skin tone... it fits skin's texture... blurs pores and controls shine you look totally natural. fit me matte and poreless show us your fit ♪ maybe it's maybelline! ♪ it's back! by popular demand. olive garden's 2 for $25 menu. now with more new dishes than ever before. featuring all new tuscan favorites. like creamy chicken firenze in a vibrant citrus sauce or our new florentine rollatini in a sinful 5 cheese marinara. plus enjoy a decadent dessert. all served with garden salad and our famous fresh-baked breadsticks. the 2 for $25 tuscan dinner at olive garden, we're all family here. breadstick lovers your new favorite lunch is here. new breadstick sandwiches.
10:47 am
10:48 am
10:49 am
it was ten years ago when the world got to know the story of playwright jm barerie. it was about his relationship with the family that inspired the book "peter pan." >> now that story has been transformed into a broadway musical of the same name and we have two of the stars, the talented laura michelle kelly and our good friend carolee carmello who you may remember as the tony-nominated star of kathie lee's musical "scandalous." >> those were the days. >> she got a tony nomination but our show closed not this time but the show's a hit. but that's broadway. >> and talk about a big hit. >> kathie lee and i'm went on separate days, the place is packed, the crowds are wowed. >> especially this time of year with the kids. >> it must feel great. how does it feel? >> it feels wonderful. we were sitting in the makeup
10:50 am
chair and matthew hussey was talking about how he brought his mom and he teared up. it's an emotional journey. >> it's a different kind of love story isn't it carolee. a love story between a man and woman, a family and a mother and daughter. and you plays mother and daughter. >> we do. >> it's complicated. >> it is. it's hard to describe the show to people but it's emotional and i think so many shows these days don't make you feel anything and we talked about this a lot that i like to watch shows that make me think, that make me feel, not just splashy dance numbers and big sets. i want to follow a story that makes me have an emotion. >> and there's a magical side to this show that is still -- the kids were -- there were lots of captivated children and grown-ups. >> and a dog. >> the dog got such a shoutout.
10:51 am
>> i thought it was wonderful. the kids were mesmerized. what do you think it was about this show? >> well it's all about overcoming and love and hope and it's optimistic. it's inspiring. the lyrics are inspirational pop rock and that in a combination we have our own sound. we've got two wonderful writers, elliot kennedy and gary bali who are well known in england. they're the john lennon of england in our generation. they decided to bring their show here first and it's a great idea. >> what a cast you guys. >> we love working together. >> kelsey grammer, matthew morrison. >> such a lovely team. >> we had kevin kern on our show yesterday. such a sweetheart. >> what's it like, the cast together? >> i think it starts at the top. kelsey and matthew are so wonderful and diane is such a passionate director. it all spills down.
10:52 am
we just love each other. >> it's a nice group of people. you don't always get that. sometimes off couple bad eggs. >> what are you looking at? [ laughter ] well, you have a hit, it's so much fun. we have a feeling it's one of those that will keep selling out. >> i think it will. it's got legs. >> it's got legs as they say. >> you all do too. y'all are hot. >> love you all. "finding neverland." we're fired up for this week's prize. >> and we are giving it away next, but first -- >> hoda gave it away in junior high school. >> this is today on nbc. >> stop saying that!
10:53 am
10:54 am
- covering your kid's eyes is one way to prevent them from seeing something inappropriate. another way is to use parental controls on your tv, computers, and mobile devices to control viewing habits when you're not around. it's in your hands. the more you know.
10:55 am
things are getting cooking because it's finally time to give it away.
10:56 am
almost 11,000 of you entered to win this week's prize which is -- >> a weber gas grill. it weighs 31 pounds, easy to tote to the beach, park camping and tailgates. plus you'll get accessories worth more than $400. let's see who will win it. >> okay. first one is sonia westbrooks of chattanooga, tennessee. >> i felt like she won once before. john tyson of joliet illinois. >> barbara hensley of douglasville, georgia. >> this is so fun. sandra d. kayson from callahan florida. way to go girl. >> and the last one is christie bender of willis texas. >> congrats to all our winners. make sure you enter again next week for the complete rules and regulations go to hit the "connect" button. we have a big week next week. holly hunter ashley tisdale,
10:57 am
joel mchale. >> plus everything you need for dad this father's day. >> also gardening with jamie. >> and lillianna takes your look from beach to chic in 60 seconds. have a great weekend, everybody. see you for funday monday. >> can't wait.
10:58 am
now that there's foster farms simply raised, it's tougher than ever to be a foster farms chicken. but foster farms simply raised chicken is 100 percent natural with no antibiotics. well you're an herbalist. help us to be natural. will those herbs do it?
10:59 am
those? one grows hair, the other increases energy. gasp! do i look natural herb man? can i call you herb man? i'm trying to look natural. call me natural. you look like a steve. can i call you steve? hi steve. i'm natural. say something. why aren't you guys saying anything? introducing new simply raised chicken with no antibiotics. from foster farms. simply better.
11:00 am
11: investigators -- searching for answers -- after in san francisco's fisherman's wharf neighborhood. right now at 11:00, varietieses search fog an answer. good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm kris sanchez, and i'm scott mcgrew. firefighters temporarily took over the street near ghirardelli square. >> stef the do they think the fire is suspicion? >> reporter: preliminarily, no. investigators are on scene, but that's statistic parol cot. this is a seven-unit building firefighters just left the


info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on