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a's have a game this evening. in in san jose things target to bog down a little bit but not too bad from had this shot on 101. >> we will be back with a local news update in half an hour. good morning. breaking news. shooting scare. a massive police presence at the washington navy yard. right now, the facility locked down this morning after reports of an active gunman. we're there live. dangerous derailment. a cargo train hauling chemicals catches fire in tennessee. it leaves ten firefighters hospitalized. 5,000 people evacuated from their homes overnight. touchdown. a violent tornado near kansas city, one of six twisters across three states. dozens of people rescued from rising floodwaters. we'll tell you where the system is headed next. and heartbreaker.
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the pafrl to watch shot in the final seconds that had england knocking itself out of the world cup. >> plays it forward. she was there. did it go in the goal? >> that british player inconsolable as the stage is set for an epic final rematch between team usa and japan today, thursday, july 2nd, 2015. good morning, everyone. it's 7:00 a.m. on the west coast on a thursday. all right, hard to watch that goal. even harder to watch the poor player realize what she's done. >> i mean, you look at the end of this game. it was a really good game. for that to happen in the final seconds, your heart has to go out to her. it was an epic mat albattle.
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we now know what the finals will look like, the u.s. versus japan. >> more on the game in a minute. we want to get to breaking news and take a live look at what has been a very active scene at the washington navy yard this morning. this all began about two hours ago with someone reporting hearing gunshots. investigators say at this point, there is no evidence of a shooting. tom costello is there. a little confusing. what's going on? >> yeah, savannah, good morning to you. we're right just a few blocks away from the nationals baseball park, and yet again, we're at the navy yard. two years ago, the scene of a shooting, and this morning, a mass, robust police response involving washington, d.c. police, military police, all responding to reports of shots fired inside the navy yard. also police and fire and paramedics responding as well. however, we are now told from multiple law enforcement sources there is no indication there were ever any shots fired inside the navy yard, no indication
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anybody was injured. fire and ems said they didn't transport anybody away from the scene. this appears to have been some massive miscommunication or confusion that occurred just as the morning's shift was getting under way, so now the police are trying to figure out how did this happen. how did they get this mixed signal and this report of shots fired at the navy yard. again, all clear. the all clear has been given and they're starting to move the police out of this location. >> and unfortunately, so eerily familiar because we remember what happened in september 2013 when someone did open fire at that navy yard and killed 12 people. >> yeah, that's right. i was standing at this xablth intersection two years ago when there were reports of shots fired. and at that point, 12 people died, 8 people seriously injured. that was, by the way, the beginning of a very top investigative report on what went wrong in terms of the police response.
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because there was poor communication, poor coordination coordination. at one point, there were capitol hill police officers who were closest who wouldcould have responded and were told not to. there was a reorganization and redeployment of all those things. they'll do another analysis to see if they learned any lessons and applied those. >> we're happy to have an all clear. thank you. in the meantime, breaking news in tennessee. a massive evacuation near knoxville overnight after at least one train car carrying toxs gas details and caught fire. katie, good morning to you. >> good morning. i'm at a local high school in merrillville, tennessee, about 50 miles away from knoxville. that's where a train derailed, caught fire, and started spilling a poisonous gas into the air, prompting the evacuation of 5,000 people.
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what those evacuees want to know now is what's next. this morning, 5,000 residents of maryville, tennessee, have been evacuated from their homes and sent to a temporary shelter after a freight train carrying a highly flammable and toxic gas partly derailed and caught fire. officials say the train was traveling from cincinnati, ohio, to georgia whrx one car came off the tracks, sparking the blaze. the cargo included a chemical use in the mastking of plastic. the derailment could be in place for 48 hours. >> i didn't think of anything other than getting us out. >> ten deputies were taken to the hospital after breathing in the fumes. if inhaled in high levels, it can cause headache, nausea, and kidney irritation. this man said their family was surprised and they're eagerly awaiting going back home.
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>> they were a little panicked but once we figured out everything, they kind of calmed down. >> around 6:30 this morning, a representative from the railroad told the evacuees if they wanted to check into a hotel, they would be reimbursed for that. as for the cause, we're still waiting to learn more information about the reason that this train derailed. we'll send things back to you. >> katie roach in tennessee this morning. katie, thanks very much. >> now to the powerful storm system spawning tornadoes and flash flooding in the midwest and south. >> good morning. six reported tornadoes, two were caught on camera. this is in leads summit, missouri. this was a rope tornado caught from a parking lot here. you can see how the trees are caught in the wind. also tornado also in lee's summit, and you can see that the wind is picking up all of that debris, basically destroying the roof of the building in the distance there.
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and once the tornado starts to pick up the debris and dirt, you start to see it darken in color. this is amazing that there were no injuries reported, just damage to trees and buildings. also reports of flash flooding with several people having to be rescued as the rain came down torengsally, and it filled up the roadways quickly. that's why there were flash flood warnings in effect. even this dalmatian was rescued. we still have the threat of strong storms in the same general area today. although it is going to push a little further to the south. it's right along this stationary front where we're going to see the showers and storms fire up. we also have a flash flood warning in effect through south central missouri right now. it's in this area, northern texas, right through oklahoma, stretching into parts of tennessee, where we do have the chance of seeing extremely damaging winds up to 60 miles per hour, also large hail. but the threat of tornadoes is much less today. i don't think that will be a big threat. we could see as much as 3 to 5 inches of rain. some areas could get as much as 7 inches.
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flash flooding a concern today. >> all right, thank you very much. let's go to north carolina now and what people are calling a perfect storm for shark attacks. a report seven so far this season. the latest just on wednesday. with the fourth of july weekend getting under way, it's got a lot of people uneasy. gabe gutierrez is live on nort carolina's outer banks. hi, gabe. good morning. >> matt, good morning. emergency crews here in the outer banks are on heightened alert as we head into the holiday weekend. but there are right now no plans to closeby of these beaches. this morning, the latest victim is in fair condition. a shark surge off north carolina's outer bank. the most recent victim, a 68-year-old man attacked while swimming in waist deep water just 30 feet from shore. bitten several times on his leg, hip, and both hands. eyewitnesses say the victim was able to swim to shore before being airlifted to a nearby hospital. >> communication air two is on the go.
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>> i saw a baseball-sized chunk taken out right above his knee. >> shark attack. >> there's been an alarming rise in the number of shark attacks here. seven in the past three weeks. last friday, 47-year-old patrick thornton was seriously injured in a terrifying encounter. he says he feared for his life. >> i could see the fin slowly coming by me. a shark is upon me. it's attacking me. this could be it. >> since mid-june, 8-year-old brady survived an attack with minor injuries. 12-year-old kooirsirsten yow lost an arm and 16-year-old hunter treschl. and another woman is recovering from an attack. >> i saw a shark fin swimming away. >> experts say warm weather could be a factor. >> great weather this year, but we had even more people in the water on average each day. >> all leaving beachgoers to wonder, just how safe are the
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waters. >> you always take a risk every time you go in the water that you could be bit by a shark. everybody knows that. >> obviously, tourism is huge here in north carolina. local officials expect millions of visitors throughout the summer. as you can imagine, they're in no hurry whatsoever to close any of these beaches. they view the shark attacks as rare and isolated snenlts. i can tell you, matt, over the past few weeks, we have spoken to visitors and to swimmers. they're still coming here. some of them are going into the water, but they're being very careful. many are staying closer to shore. >> i used to spend a lot of time down there, a beautiful part of the country, but people need to be cautious. >> thank you. meanwhile, federal authorities are sounding the alarm about the holiday weekend, sending an alert to law enforcement agencies to be on guard for terrorist attacks. we had a chance to go inside the huge security operation in new york city to protect the nation's largest city. >> a massive show of force in
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direct response to a heightened threat. calls from islamic militants to launch spectacular attacks with the fourth of july holiday coinciding with the holy month of ramadan. isis has directed its followering to seize the opportunity. there have been no specific credible threats against new york city, but the nypd has launched what it calls a dynamic response. james waters is the chief of the nypd's counterterrorism bureau. new york is always a target, fourth of july, always a potential time for an attack. is there concern for this year? >> the last couple days, the arrests that have taken place locally makes us more aware here. we're on guard 24 hours a day. >> isis encourages its followering to launch attacks by any means they have at their hands. >> the nature of this new threat is the lone wolf, one person with a knife, with a gun, with a bomb. who potentially could really do a lot of damage.
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>> that's very true. low force, low tech, high yield, would be one of the tactics that isil is looking to deploy. >> how do you guard against something like that? >> you have to rely on intelligence. we have a robust intelligence department. >> we got a look inside one of the intelligence nerve centers. here, officers work 24/7 monitoring images feeding in from thousands of security cameras around the city. on the streets, ready to respond within minutes, the nypd so-called hercules teams are heavily armed. and on the move. they travel with officers especially trained and equipped to detect any radiological weapons also known as dirty bombs. with barges for the fireworks already in place, radiation detecting speed boats patrol the waterways. >> this whole waterway will be shut down. >> we got a real sense of the officer waters the officers handle when we took to the sky.
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in choppers equipped with cameras they can zoom into street level. >> anyone who is inclined to think they're going to come here and cause harm to people, we're ready and well prepared. >> again, should mention there's no specific credible threat against new york city, but there was this alert bulletin sent by the department of homeland security. law enforcement around the country being extra cautious. >> we see a lot on the streets of new york, visible security, but it's amazing to take a look behind the curtain and see what's going on. >> we went up in this chopper thousands of feet in the air. the camera is so strong, you can see a street level view. >> natalie is here with a deadly accident overnight. >> a tragic philippines. at least 36 people dead and 20 are missing after a ferry capsized in the central philippines. the coast guard said more than 100 people were rescued after it went down in strong winds and high waves. just a few hundred feet from the
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port. new details about that dramatic plane crash in taiwan back in february. aviation officials there now say the trans-asia airlines captain mistakenly switched ought the aircraft's only working engine just seconds before it crashed. 43 people were killed. the investigation also revealed about three minutes after takeoff, the captain was heard saying, quote, wow, pulled back the wrong side throttle. cause of the crash is still under investigation. federal appeals court is telling officials in louisiana, mississippi, and texas they must comply with last week's u.s. supreme court ruling on gay marriage. wednesday's order was issued the same day a federal judge in alabama told counties they had to abide by the high court's decision and could no longer refuse to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. >> the justice department is investigating whether the nation's airlines have colluded to keep air fares high. it's trying to see if they
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limited the number of seats to keep their profits high. currently, four airlines control 80% of the u.s. market. the airlines are making record profits and have increased ticket prices 13% since 2009. this morning, there's a settlement between bp and florida, alabama, mississippi, louisiana, and texas that resolves years of litigation over the 2010 oil spill in the gulf of mexico. that spill followed the explosion of the deep water horizon rig that killed 11 workers. bp will pay more than $18.7 billion to settle civil claims, most of the money will go to the states for environmental and economic restoration rogprojects. some dramatic video shows residents jumping to safety after a fire broke out in their apartment building. this happened in sandy springs, georgia. take a look at the young woman on the third floor when neighbors came to help her out. coaxing her to jump. she leapt to safety, and right
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into the arms of her neighbors. just moments later, a younger girl also climbed and jumped out. omps say 11 families were left without a home as a result of the fire. thankful that the neighbors took part in helping them get out. a california woman is safe this morning after a difficult and dramatic rescue. two days after she lost control of her car, a jogger heard screams for help and saw jennifer's car at the bottom of a canyon in malibu on wednesday. rescuers climbed down the 70-foot cliff and were able to bring her back to safety. they say she was dehydrated but was conscious and talking. she was airlifted to a hospital and told her family for two days and night, she could hear the cars going by but didn't know if anyone would find her. today she is okay. now to the dramatic yet heartbreaking finish wednesday nouth in the sf game of the women's world cup between england and japan. not the end result but the unlikely game winning goal that has everybody talking this morning.
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>> plays it forward. >> did it go in the goal? >> it was a heartbreaking loss, and a cruel ending to what had been a history making tournament for england. >> their own goal. >> in their first time playing in a world cup semifinal, england tied the match 1-1, but the devastating blow came near the end with just seconds left on the clock, laura basset kicked her own goal, scoring for japan and sending them to the final match. as teammates surrounded an inconsolable basset, their coach had only encouraging words for his team. >> it's okay to try. i mean, they left everything on the field. they couldn't get any more. >> and england's other players showed the same support for basset. >> she feels she let everybody down, but that girl has given everything. she should be proud of herself. >> a great example. i know she'll bounce back.
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>> the game to watch now, sunday's final match, as japan and the u.s. come face-to-face again. a rematch of the 2011 world cup final. heartbreaking to see it go down that way. you feel for laura basset, but her team really embracing her and giving her encouragement they need. >> there was an interesting play earlier. england was awarded a penalty kick on what i thought should have been a disputed play. it looked like the young lavy playing for england took a dive. >> without being caught. >> didn't get touched. watch her go down all of a sudden. they get a penalty kick, they score. that was tying the gale right there. >> meanwhile, we should say sunday's world cup final between japan and the u.s. can be seen on telemundo and also i'll be heading there and reporting for the show on monday. i get to watch it. >> great. >> the expression, what happens in vegas stays in vegas? they can keep their 107 degree temperatures out there.
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>> not even a dry heat. they have thunderstorms producing a little more moisture in the air. so it is going to be hot, a little humid in the southwest. in the north when the day arrives a little earlier and li and lingers a little later you can be sure it's summer. and for this bounty, so little is expected in return. only that we find ways big and small, to milk every last second of it. to use a little imagination and make a whole lot of memories. low prices. every day. on everything you need to get away from it all. walmart. good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. as you head out the door today you notice a little bit more humidity in the air and temperatures are very mild starting out in the 60s for the peninsula and south bay, tri-valley now at 72 degrees while san francisco now is at 61
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degrees. expect a high in s f-72 degrees, north bay 86 degrees. mrs. a chance of late day showers and thunderstorms. so keep the umbrella happenedy just in case. that's your latest forecast. >> thank you very much. comooing coming up, a former cnn anchor involved in a motel shootout. why one would-be robber messed with the wrong couple. >> blus, new uses for drones. and carson is back. >> hello, just in time for the holiday weekend, peas in guacamole. we'll talk about the tweet that opens
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thanks. kleenex. someone needs one. i'm ... ==anim== some >> announcer: you're watching "today in the bay." good thursday morning it's 7:26 i'm sam brock. we start with breaking news this morning. fire pierts are on the scene of a grass fire if the east bay, it is burning in sunol. that is video from a little earlier it morning in what is said to be a remote area off of geary and calaveras roads. firefighters say already no structures in that area and so far has the fire has burned somewhere around 20 acres. the property is apparently owned by the san francisco water department. firefighters also believe it may have started as two separate fires, possibly from lightning that later merged together. it started seem in the overnight hours when lightning storms were whisking their way through the area. right now firefighters are only speculating that that might be the cause. >> you might is have missed it
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while you were sleeping but in some parts of the bay area including the tri-valley lightning storms lit up the night sky. here is what it looked like earlier this morning in livermore. some areas got a healthy dose of thunder and lightning and the wild weather also left behind traces of rain in some spaces. move back to meteorologist kari hall who starts in sunol at the location of that fire. good morning kari. >> good morning. unfortunately it wasn't a lot of rain and it has already cleared out. we still have a chance of maybe seeing some more of that as we go through the day, but as we take a look at sunol you do see the breaks in the clouds. still some moisture moving across the central valley with monsoon kind of being braun into the bay area but all of this does clear out in time for the weekend. by tomorrow we will have a slight chance of an afternoon shower or storm and then this weekend looking much nicer for the south bay as well as the peninsula. san francisco reaching into the upper 60s and also some much calmer weather with comfortable
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temperatures. let's check traffic now with anthony. i was just finding out -- look is a, we have a spider parker -- is this parker? into that's our friend parker. this is what i was concerned about, look at that you can see the metering lights are on of course that spider not really the main headline. i want to show you oakland. northbound 880 moving smoothly. southbound there's not that many cars even though you move towards fremont. same case. lots of light traffic. holiday week. >> party op for many folks in the bay area. 7:28 we will be back in 25 minutes with another update. we'll see you then.
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morning. because we're throwing it back today to the 1980s with boy george and culture club. they'll perform their biggest hits in the 8:30 half hour on the plaza. >> my whole life since eighth grade has been leading to this moment. >> you two were just doing a medley which was nice. >> we'll spare you that and take a look at what's making headlines. marriage crews on the scene of an overnight train sd railment and chemical fire. it forces 5,000 people to evacuate their homes and officials say it could be
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several days before the order is lifted. >> law enforcement has given the all clear after finding no evidence of a shooting at the washington, d.c. navy yard. reports of an active shooter were investigated. north carolina officials say they do not plan to close beaches this holiday weekend despite yet another shark attack there. a 68-year-old man was bitten several times just 30 feet from shore. this is the seventh attack on north carolina beaches in just three weeks. coming up, the new use for a drug that just might save your life. kerry sanders will give us a live demonstration. >> let's begin with two journalists used to delivering the news making headlines themselves after being involved in a deadly shootout. erica hill is here with that story. >> good morning. former cnn anchor lynn russell and her husband were celebrating their upcoming first wedding anniversary with a road trip, when they were confronted with a would-be robber, the bullets
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started flying. chaos outside a motel 6 in alba curb kirky, the aftermath of a late night shootout. in the middle of it all, a familiar face from cable news. >> lynn russell was an anchor on headline news from 1983 to 2001. her husband, also a former journalist. >> cnn, on special assignment. >> late tuesday night, lynn left their room to go to her car when she was confronted by a gunman. >> 40 caliber, big, shina, silver handgun. he pushed me into the room. >> what the gunman didn't know, lynn is a licensed private investigator, and two-time black belt. her husband, chuck, has a long background in the military, including special forces. >> we both have concealed carry permits. >> as lynn and the gunman entered the motel room, chuck stepped out of the bathroom and in front of the couple's handgun, lying on the bedside table next to lynn's purse.
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lynn moved toward the purse, acting like she was looking for money, instead flipping one of her guns into the purse. >> i took my purse and handed it to my hfl. i said anything in here, give it to him. he said, yes, there is. the gunman began shooting at chuck, and he returned fiver, striking the killing the gunman while taking three bullets himself. >> i'm very proud of my husband. he's my hero. he safed my life. >> now, albuquerque police say they initial investigation confirmed lynn and chuck's story and two handguns they're carrying were legal. this year, lynn said they'll spend their first anniversary together in the hospital, but things are looking good. it's going to take a while, but chuck is on track for recovery. >> wild story. >> thank you. >> meanwhile, politics now and donald trump calling on you to boycott macy's after the retailer ended its relationship with him.
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as trump deals with the fallout over his controversial remarks over immigration, he fienlts himself surging in the presidential polls. peter alexander has more. good morning. >> hey, savannah. good morning. this may not be good business for donald trump, but at least so far, it's proven to be good politics among some republicans. still, there is more fallout. today, new york city officials are reviewing their contract with strumptrump, including a brand-new luxury golf course. mayor de blasio blasting trump's remarks as disgusting and hateful. for donald trump, there goes the magic of macy's. >> you have to dress smart, sharp. >> the retail giant cutting ties with trump, pulling his men's wear collection an 11 years. macy's says it stands for diversity and is disappointed and distressed about his recent comments about undocumented immigrants from mexico.
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>> they're bricking drugs, they're bringing crime, they're rapist, and some, i assume, are good people. >> people can't handle pressure. that's what they did. they did a total fold. that's okay with me. >> earlier, he wrote a tweet urging shoppers to boycott macy's. >> the next president of the united states, my friend, donald trump. >> while the controversy may be hurting trump's bottom line, it could be fueling his political rise. the billionaire has jumped to second place among republicans in a recent national poll, also placing second in the first two critical battlegrounds of iowa and new hampshire. some voters say they're impressed by whey they heard. >> he's not afraid to say what he thinks. >> he's not worried about being politically correct. that's the change we need in the country. >> george pataki is calling on his fellow 2016 republican candidates to denounce the remarks calling his comments unacceptable. >> this makes the republican establishment squirm, and phone calls this week, they have been
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commenten on trump's controversies and wondering is this going to be the story for the rnen race. >> as for the ms. usa pageant now ten days away, it's still on but rapper flo-ridea has decided to withdraw and so has emmitt smith who was one of the judges. >> thank you very much. >> let's get a check of the weather from dylan who is in for al. an who is in for al. today's weather is brought to you by mau jim polarized sun glasses. color, clarity, detail. and we are inching closer to the holiday weekend. here is a look at your forecast which is pretty much looking like what is across the country today. it's going remain nice in the northeast, back through the great lakes, scattered showers and storms through the southwest oklahoma arkansas and in the western tennessee. that's where we'll see our best chance of heavier rain. this looks a little bit more scattered. on saturday for the 4th of july
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scattered storms in the interior east coast and heavier rain likely through arkansas and parts of the tennessee river evaluate ly valley. nice across the rest of the country. temperatures in the 80s. here in new york city it looks about perfect. partly cloudy winds about 10 miles per hour or less. enough to blow the smoke away. temperatures in the lower 70s. on sunday we'll see a line of showers and storms from the upper midwest down through the gulf coast, and it is going to remain nice with high pressure good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. some spectacular weather this weekend expected across the bay area, but now as you walk out the door you're feeling the humidity. it is 72 degrees in the tri-valley and headed to 94 degrees. san francisco, you see the low clouds, it will reach 72 degrees for the high. mid 80s for the peninsula, while the south bay makes it up to 86 degrees. some peaks of sunshine here and there. a slight chance of a pop up
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shower or storm, be prepared for that in case it happens today. and that's your latest forecast. >> all right, dylan. thanks. >> we're talking about fourth of july here. coming up on "pop start." the "dukes of hazard" debate in the wake of the confederate flag controversy. should reruns of that show be pulled off the air? coming up next high-tech help from life guards. kerry sanders getting ready to demonstrate on the beach of florida. >> hey, savannah. the fire department are wondering whether a drone might save your life if you're in trouble out here. we'll give it a test. >> we'll look forward to that. first, these messages.
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we're back now 7:43. today's all access pass. millions are heading to the beach this holiday weekend. >> at one in south florida life guards are testing a life-saving technique. kerry sanders is there. i'm looking forward to seeing this. >> good morning. i'm in florida where ocean rescue and the fire department are wondering whether a drone can wind up helping save lives. we'll put it to the test in a moment. first, take a look at what could someday be common place. when a swimmer is in trouble, a life guard dashes to the rescue and every second counts. now some beaches are abuzz testing a new way to help with water rescues. drones. >> it's great to have. it's a blessing for us out here. >> in a fraction of the time it takes a life guard to reach a victim a drone can carry a life
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ring and drop it precisely where it is needed. >> it could make awe all the difference in the world. >> the city of poem know beach in florida is testing the idea. enlisting the help of ben richardson and his drones. >> if we help to save one life we have accomplished something. >> last year beach attendance was in the all time high. the number of rescues were up a third over the previous year. rescuers are looking for anything to give them an edge and help save lives. >> we see potential in this. >> so here i am let's imagine i'm a swimmer in distress. about 55 to 100 yards from the beach. here comes a life guard. the drone is coming up.
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it comes out faster to get to people in distress. i can see the drone is getting closer to me as i'm running out of breath. one of the things they told me they're having difficulty with is like targeting. kind of like the air force trying to get a drone to you. all right. zm . >> kerry, can you hear me? >> it all looks the same but thank you. life guard got here almost as fast as the drone drops the ring. i'm not sure where it took so long to get the ring down. >> i have a feeling they had a little problem with the dropping mechanism. the drone was there 10 to 15 seconds ahead of the life guard. i think it's a great application for the technology.
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we give you a better night. you're a better you all day. tylenol®. we are here for a throwback thursday concert. speaking of missing somebody carson welcome back! >> thanks guys. i appreciate it. come into the orange room. the new york times sent social media into a tail spin on wednesday when they tweeted this out add green peas to your guacamole. it turns out people had a hard time trusting. the president was asked about it during a twitter chat writing back "respect the new york times but not buying peas in ss guac.
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2016 presidential candidate jeb bush tweeting you don't put peas in guacamole. here's what he had to say on the "tonight show." >> we don't do peas in the guacamole. >> i'm telling you people's minds they're going to freak out. you put the peas in the guacamole. >> that's not what we do. >> we want to know where you stand on the great topic. especially this weekend. tweet us now use #peasplease or #peaspass. we have a live tracker. >> in the meantime -- >> we get to try it? >> okay. >> i think the first lady michelle obama, would say the peas in the guacamole is a good idea. >> are you going to tell us the which is which? >> the regular is by you savannah. >> i'll try the peas. >> i have an open mind.
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>> i don't taste them. it's good. i like it. >> i tried the regular. >> i like the peas. >> i'm not a pea fan. >> okay. >> i don't like peas to begin with. >> peas pass for matt. >> i need a further study. >> they taste the same. i think the 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.
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i'm ... ==topvo== police have >> announcer: you're watching "today in the bay." a very good thursday morning to you, 7:56. i'm laura garcia-cannon. police are have detained a person of interest in connection with a deadly shooting last night on san francisco's embarcadero. a viewer sent us video of people trying to save the woman just after she was shot. it happened on pier 14 in a busy area between the ferry building and the ballpark. police say the 31-year-old woman is from pleasanton, but she has not been identified. officers located a person of interest about an hour after the shooting. we're also following breaking news in al immediate at that county. firefighters at a grass fire in sunol is burning in an unpopulated area off geary and calaveras roads with no structures in that area. at least 20 acres have burned. firefighters speculate it may have been sparked by overnight light but that has not been confirmed. interesting weather we're having. want to check in with meteorologist kari hall. >> we're starting out with low
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clouds and even a little bit of drizzle. now, we have seen the lightning rolling across the radar from the central -- the central valley and it may bring another chance of some rain as we go through the day. keep the umbrella handy just in case. our highs won't be as hot as yesterday, but still pretty warm. redwood city reaching 78 degrees, mission 72 degrees today and oakland expect a high of 74 degrees. let's get a look at traffic with anthony. in fact traffic pretty light. look at the bay bridge you can see cars getting on through the fast track lane. not that bogged down this thursday. as we switch over to show you the maps. right on 880 northbound there was an accident that's keeping things slow. keep in mind this evening there will be extra traffic because there is an oakland a's game this evening. in the south bay looking pretty good, no problems. and in san francisco up this peninsula, no problems there, either. sounds good. we will be back with another local news update for you in about half an hour. hope to see you then.
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it's o'clock on today. coming up hillary and santa. who was the secretary of state referring to meeting with santa? one evident e-mails just released to the public. summer safety to the backyard and how to keep your family safe and sound this week. plus a special throwback special concert from '80s culture club and boy george as tumble down on the the plaza to play some of their biggest hits today, thursday, july 2nd 2015.
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♪ ♪ showing my daughter some real culture in new york. >> we are from st. port lucie in florida and we love boy george! >> we're from el paso texas. boy george. good morning. welcome back to "today." it's thursday, july 2nd, 2015. a special throwback concert here with boy george. >> we want to start with going to studio 1 a with a touch on the stories. >> we're following breaking news out of washington, d.c. u.s. park police are responding to an active shooter at the washington navy yard. peter alexander is following the story out of our washington bureau.
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peter, good morning. >> reporter: we have now moved down blocks from the washington navy yard. as you can see in the distance behind me, there is a massive police presence at this time. here is what we know at the moment. u.s. military officials and navy officials tell nbc news that police responded to this location as a result of reports of an active shooter at the washington navy yard. we are now being told by two federal officials that, at this time, there is no confirmation. in fact, no actual reporting that actual shots were fired at this site and no reports of any injuries at this time. this may be a familiar scene to a lot of people because two years ago, the washington navy yard was the site of a deadly shooting by a lone gunman where 12 people were killed and 8 injured.
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we're on on the scene and keep you up-to-date as we learn more information this morning. back to you, natalie. south of knoxville, tennessee, a train carrying a taxic gas caught fire. at least 5,000 people living within a two-mile radius were told to evacuate. they are using a high school as a shelter for the red cross. ten deputies were taken to the hospital after breathing the fumes. a tragic disappearance in an arizona couple missing more than a week and now aminal investigation is under way. we get details from nbc's janet shamblian. >> the bodies recover are believed to be mike and tina corecia. on wednesday police executed a search warrant on the property not far from where the couple lived. >> we knew it was foul play from day one because they are not here with us right now so that is no surprise. >> reporter: by monday the
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couple had seemingly vanished. their son luke called 911. >> is there a particular reason why you're trying to report him missing? >> because i'm worried about him and i want him -- yeah, their phones are off, you know. they have been gone for 12 hours now. >> reporter: their car was found a few hours later only blocks away. no sign of mike or tina. >> i know they wouldn't be missing for no reason, especially not without contact. >> reporter: stan williams is a private investigator hired by tina's family. >> i would like very much to give all of the people that are living at that residence a lie detector test, to see whether they are being truthful about the information they are telling the police or if they have something to hide. >> reporter: janet shamblian, nbc news. a 68-year-old man is in fair condition after he was attacked by a shark wednesday off of north carolina's outer banks. it was the seventh shark attack in their a ya so far this year. he had been swimming with his
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son in waist deep water when was pulled under water by a seven foot shark. he suffered injuries to rib cage and leg and both hands as he tried to fight off the shark. most of the attacks this year have taken place in shallow water. one of the mainstays on sesame street is leaving the neighborhood. maria is retiring after 45 years on the program. this will be her last season on the show. she's won 15 emmys for her writing and beloved as viewers who watch them as children and then as parents when they had kids of their own. she called it the beginning of new endeavors. she's been a mod and example for so many of us as well. >> great guest on this show many times. >> so many of us watched her and she seems to be ageless. >> we watched her as well. >> a great career for her. thank you. now to a different story. a fund-raising campaign by a local girl scouts carpet in washington state is getting attention nationwide.
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as joe friar explains, it started with a donation that came with a controversial stipulation. >> at the headquarters for the girl scouts of western washington there is a tradition when they get a big donation. >> we all just get so excited that really we jump up and down and then we go -- >> reporter: that is what the office did in march after receiving 100,000 gift and enough money to send 500 girls to camp. but a month later the scouts returned that money when they said it could not be used to help transgender girls. >> if a transgender girl wants to go to camp, she is going to camp. so the money went back to the donor. >> there was not a moment of hesitation for you? >> not a moment of hesitation for me. >> reporter: still the move left a gaping hole in the budget so this week the chapter started online fund-raising campaign which has generated more than $225,000. every hour the total keeps rising.
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>> it's heartwarming to see america embrace transgender girls for the girls they are. >> reporter: for emily it's a fundraising lesson that goes deeper than dollars and cents. >> including people is more important than money and having any girl in girl scouts is more important than any money could buy. >> reporter: amy poehler is among the celebrities tweeting support. while some disapprove of the decision the chapter has been flooded with messages like this. >> our daughter is transgender and we really responded so positively to what you did and made a contribution to your offices as a consequence. >> we all start doing this! >> reporter: these days, the applause is louder than ever. those clappers that you use, they have been going off a lot lately? >> they have been going off an awful lot and it is music to my ears. >> reporter: for "today," joe fryar, nbc news, seattle. >> clearly a firm stand, no question about it.
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>> absolutely. up next on "trending," it is the best part of bubble wrap, according to some. so why is one company making a version that you cannot pop? this cannot stand. plus a special report to keep you safe this holiday weekend. hey, jeff. >> reporter: good morning. we have your fourth of july parties covered. the dangers and the tips you need from barbecue grill explosions to that burning question. when you have all of the food out the barbecue, how long can you keep it out before your guests get sick? and, of course, tips to keep your child from drowning and two gadgets you can buy at the store to help keep them safe. it's all coming up. >> jeff, thank you so much. throwback thursday concert from culture club and boy george. first, these messages. in just this one moment, your baby is getting even more than clean. the scent, the lather, even the tiny bubbles of a johnson's® bath are helping to enhance the experience. the touch of your hands is stimulating her senses. nurturing her mind. and helping her development.
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we're back. trending today and actually is really trending right now. >> that's right. >> we were talking about do you want peas in your guacamole. carson put it to the internet to find out. first of all, peas please peas pass. 84% say no leave the peas out of guacamole 16% are more open minded. >> 100% of people said the chips
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were fine. >> exactly. first up hillary clinton and her secret santa. we're not talking about christmas gifts. we're talking about the mystery that's been sparked after the latest release of her ie-mails. who is the person she's calling santa in the e-mails. she's known as h in a lot of these e-mails wrote this to a member of her staff. i'm seeing santa at 8:30. won't take off until closer to 9:30. is that okay? that was in july. another e-mail she wrote, the timing however, is hard for a visit since i need to see santa around 7:45. that was in september. who is santa? that's the question. some are saying maybe it's the hairdresser. >> i don't know? it could be anybody. i would imagine some event someone will yell out. >> who is santa! >> yeah. >> we'll see if she answers the question. >> any idea? >> no idea. a shrink? >> it is an hour long session
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but only happened twice. >> a hair dresser is a good guess. >> yeah. a little bit of a warning here we're going to burst your bubble with the next story. you know bubble rapwrap the packing material that everyone loves it? because you can grab it and pop it? there's an updated version coming out. guess what. it's not going to make the popping sound anymore. the new version will be sold in flat plastic sheets and the shipper is supposed to fill them with air using a custom pump but the inflated bubbles when you squeeze them will not make the same popping sound. >> what's the point? >> less noise when you're trying to read. >> okay. >> it's not okay. >> here is an age-old question about love. how do you know if you found "the one"? a relationship expert has an interesting answer. ask yourself this one key question. here it is.
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if i had to become someone else would i love to be this person or rather run a mile? we thought this was kind of a good technique. >> parts i like. would i like to be that person? that's an indication you like everything about that person. i don't get a mile part. >> would you rather? running a mile is not that bad. rather run a marathon. >> you're married to the wonderful mike feldman. would you want to become mike feldman? >> are you kidding me? not for that reason! i wish he's smart, he's kind people love him. he's a good soul. >> what about you guys? >> yeah. i think definitely. i think it's the idea you're compatible. you know you are of the like mind as mike and i am with my husband. >> yeah. >> carson you're quiet. >> i don't get the whole thing. we're different for a reason. i think we're better complete but i don't want to run either.
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so i don't know. >> do you want to run a mile? >> no. george thorogood and the destroy destroyers sent our crew cookies. >> and flowers, too! >> very nice. he's number one on the list. you know the soft drink sobee. what would you do if you open the bottle and found this message. apparently a lot of people got this message under their caps and started voicing their concern. it's nothing to worry about. sobe is known for the clever bottle cap messages. it was intended to make people smile, pause or think about it. >> would you want to be your husband? >> yours say peas are -- >> exactly! >> mine does say about healthy. >> mine says driver or drive?
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to the classic tv show getting cut and the confederate flag controversy. carson is back. it means "pop start." >> it does."dukes of hazard" is famous for two things daisy dukes, the short shorts, and the 1969 dodge charger. one of those is getting the show yanked off reruns. the car supported the confederate flag. tv land said it will no longer air episodes of the show. let's move to beyoncè. she's celebrating marriage equality in a way that only she can. ♪ ♪ beyoncè posted this video on social media on wednesday and captioned this "never too late" apparently she needed to find
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the right rainbow cape there. paul rudd wanted to have fun with a reporter while doing press for his new movie "ant-man." he decided to pass the time by pretending to pass gas. >> what are some of the things you do in your trailer that nobody knows about? i guess -- >> how do you feel right now? [ passing gas ] well i feel a little -- my stomach is a little upset but, you know -- >> i think that's my interview right there. >> he was making the noises by moving around in his leather chair there. she apparently didn't know. by the way, he got his star on the hollywood walk of fame. congratulations to him. >> yeah. there you go. >> nobody likes a fart joke as much as that fellow. >> i'm dying over here! i'm thinking about the time at the golden globes!
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how does it work again? >> it's really not made for tv. anyway. he's a funny guy. >> let me guess, it's part humor. >> let's take a look at the weather. >> okay. careful getting out of the chair. we've got the heat out west that is continuing this ridge of high pressure is locked in place. it's not going anywhere. we have heat advisories even excessive heat warnings near redding, california. this is going to be the story because temperatures are about 159 to 25 degrees above average. we'll approach records later on. we should make it up to 91 degrees today. falling a little shy of the record in portland. baker city we're looking for temperatures to be near that record high. now we are looking for temperatures to drop off to the 80s in seattle on saturday but for the most part we're staying well above average in the 90s to
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up around 100 degrees. that goes good morning, i'm meteorologist kerry haul. we're starting out with high humidity and very warm temperatures to start out the day. it's 74 degrees in the trivalley but san francisco now at 59 degrees. still some drizzle and low clouds. as we go into the afternoon expect a high of 72 degrees, still warm in the valley but not reaching triple digits. a chance of an afternoon shower or thunderstorm will be across the bay area so keep an umbrella handy just in case. that's your latest forecast. >> dylan, thank you very much. i'm getting natalie a whoopee cushion. this morning on rossen report. keeping your family safe this holiday weekend. today national investigative correspondent jeff rossen is out on long island with more. hi jeff. good morning. >> good morning. looking forward to a great july
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4th weekend. maybe you're flow throwing a party or going to one. if your kids are like mine they'll want to swim. accidental drowning is one of the leading causes of death for young kids. there's two gadgets. you can go to the store and buy technology that will help keep them safe. we'll get to that and show you how to get it in a moment. we're hitting the barbecue this morning and the burning question you have guests over how long can you keep the food out without your guests getting sick. we start here at the gas grill. if you don't light it right, watch what can happen. [ explosion ] a fire ball in your backyard. >> whoa! >> a scary blast that can literally knock you down. and experts say it happens more often than you think. 7,000 gas grill fires every year. many from leaky propane like this. you're watching a fourth of july
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nightmare in progress. byron bends over to light his propane barbecue and then the explosion. his body is engulfed in a wall of fire. >> as soon as i did it i looked down at my arm and see the skin melt off here. >> turns off he left the propane on too long building up inside and igniting. to find out just how powerful a blast can be we set up a demonstration with minnesota firefighters standing by. we opened the gas valve to simulate a leak. >> i can smell the propane now. after a few minutes -- three, two, one. [ explosion ] >> did you see that fire? she went down. that could be you standing at the grill. take another look. a giant ball of fire erupting from the grill. all right. so let's show you exactly how to keep you and your family safe this holiday weekend. joining us now is chris hansen
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from the southhampton fire department. >> you want to open the lid. >> never light it while it's shut. a lot of people are like me right. the ignition doesn't go off. it doesn't spark up. you turn it. >> you don't want to do it. give it one try and you shut the tank down and let everything cool out and dissipate. >> the gas disperses. so when you hit it again you don't get the fire ball. >> correct. >> you said there's another tip. >> soapy water a simple bottle. got the spray bottles at home. come over here and spray it on all your piping and all your valves. if any bubbles appear that means so you a leak and you shut the tank down. >> if you see bubbles don't use the propane tank. you have a leak. >> yep. >> great thank you so much. let's assume for a moment we hope it happens and you have a safe barbecue. you come over here and we have the nice set up here. how long can you keep the food out without making your guests
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sick? how long do you think, back new york? >> depends on the temperature. >> i would say an hour. >> very good answer. >> about an hour. you're right, matt. you've done it before. the usda said one hour. you can keep the food out. the meat cupcakes salads. if it's over 90s degrees, i'm sorry -- two hours. one hour over 90 degrees. two hours normally. over 90 degrees one hour. we want to move over here to the pool. joining us now is jeff thompson certified life guard from east hampton. you're telling us it's one of the leading causes of death for children. >> absolutely. >> when i think about about my kids they would be screaming help. >> unfortunately that's a common misconception. a lot of times children will slip in reaching for a toy if their legs and arms are underwater. >> why aren't they screaming? >> because they're trying to
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breathe. they're panicking. >> what should you do to make sure that kids aren't drowning? >> there should be a adult in the pool that knows how to swim and zero distractions no cell phones. >> a designated spotter. >> cool thank you very much. i appreciate that. there's another cool gadget i want to show you. two that you can buy in the show actually. one is this here called a pool alarm. it's made by pool guard. it's a motion sensor for the actual pool. when your kids aren't supposed to be swimming in the pool. you're inside making dinner and whatever you want to make sure they're not in here. if a child accidentally falls in or jump in this will detect any motion. i want to call my daughter over. sloane get over here. this is my 5-year-old sloane. show me what happens when you jump in. jump in right now. [ alarm sounding ] >> that alarm goes off and you can get a wireless in there. by the way, you have to come here and figure it out.
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chase, come in here, quick. this is my nephew chase. this is a safety turtlei'm ... that breaking news this morning... ==topvo== firefighters are fighting a grass fire in alameda county. it's burning in a remote area of sunol - at geary anla it's 8:36. breaking news. firefighters are battling a file at geary and valivares road. so far the fire has torn through about 20 acres. you see the fire line snaking through the hill there. it may have started as two separate fires that later merged together. it started some time in the overnight hours around 4:30 when lightning storms were moving through. right now firefighters are speculating that lightning could be the cause behind that fire.
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let's check in for more. >> i think this says everything we need to know right there. look at that no cars. i mean of course there's the great news we're finding and the similar case across the bay this morning. lighter commute because it is a holiday week. you'll notice an accident happening right here. remember the oakland as have a game so keep that in mind for your commute. >> we'll have another update in 25 minutes. for now, we return you to the today show.
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♪ ♪ all right. we're back now 8:30 on a thursday morning. the second day of july, 2015. we're on the stark white stage. that can only mean one thing. culture club and boy george live on the concert stage. >> we heard them rehearsing. they sound very good. >> you won't miss out on friday. hit maker flo rider will be here. >> we've got two more huge shows lined up for you next week here on the concert series on tuesday. shaggy is going to bring his friend of summer music to the plaza. >> very cool. and next friday fifth harmony will be here. give us that perfect forecast for not only today's concert but tomorrow's as well. >> that's a tall order but, you know in new york city we're doing just fine! there's no humidity. temperatures will be nice and comfortable.
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we'll keep the sunshine around too. the best chance of seeing rain today and tomorrow and even into the fourth of july will be down near oklahoma and arkansas. there's a stalled front it's not going anywhere. it is going to keep the showers and possibly even some severe storms around especially as we go into the afternoon. same story for tomorrow. you see the line of showers and storms a little bit further to north and south carolina up into virginia. it's more scattered showers and storms typical summer time storms. for the southwest it's going to be hot and scattered storms and northwest hot and very good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. some monsoonal moisture streaming into the bay area. it feels a little more humid today but it won't be as hot. keep the um brem la handy today. redwood city reaching 78 degrees today. the financial district reaching 69 degrees, 75 in novato.
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8:007:00 central. if you're packing up for the holiday you're in luck. time and space to for a stress-free fourth of july. julie is the senior fashion editor at huffington post. >> you have great packing ideas. when you have a button shirt like this keeping your collar looking good. >> definitely. you want to take your belt and just twirl it up and put it in the neck. that will keep the collar from crushing underneath the weight in your bag. >> that's a great idea. the shoes thing. people want to put their ten aniesany s -- tennies in. >> take an old shower cap and place your shoes in the old shower cap. >> good. >> then inside the shoes there's all the great real estate not being used. you want to put small accessories or socks inside and it's great. it keeps everything clean. >> you can roll some stuff in
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there. assuming your sneakers aren't too completely -- >> you want to put your shoes in the bottom of the suitcase. >> you put them on the side? >> yeah. and at the bottom. they're the heaviest thing in the bag. you don't ofwant your bag to topple over. >> what 0do you do to combat wrinkles? >> yes. use old dry cleaning bags and place your shirt or your wrinkle-prone item flat. >> you have a plastic one on the bottom. >> okay. yeah. and then you put the shirt down flat and then you fold in the side. >> okay. >> then you take another plastic bag. >> all right. >> because friction really creates wrinkles and you want the item to be moving around and shifting. >> i see. >> so then you do that. if you want to be extra safe you can put it in another plastic bag. >> okay. basically you don't want any piece of the clothing touching itself. using the plastic as a layer.
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>> exactly. >> it happens to me on every trip my shampoo gets over everything. >> exactly. you're creating kind of like a a deal with wrap. you put a wrap and open up the item and put it on and screw the cap back on. that prevents it if it opens up from leaking. >> that's very clever! you can get that tight seal. you can screw it on. >> exactly. >> you have a fun trick for razors. the cover can slip off. >> yeah. they fall off all the time. take a binder clip and put it on top of the razor. >> yep. >> there grow! >> i reach into my bag and i'm cutting myself or snag clothes. that's an awesome trick. >> stuff it in the shoe, even. >> we have to shove the hot iron in the bag. >> exactly. take an oven mitt and wrap it around and then throw it in your bag then you're set so it won't burn your clothes. when you get to the hotel, you
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can use it as a heat pad. >> creategreat. >> everybody wants to get the bag quickly. take a scarf or a really bright u ribbon and tie it on your bag so you can see your bag right away. >> not your favorite scarf. it might take a beating in the luggage department. >> exactly. >> you can get a fragile tag it and stick it on the front. >> every airline has one? >> yeah. you can stick it on at the airport. >> thank you so much. good ideas. coming up next the special throwback thursday concert from culture club and boy george. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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toyota. the all right. we're back now. i have been looking forward to this for weeks. it's time for a special throwback thursday edition of the towyota summer concert series. for the first time in years culture club is heading out tour. what made them one of the '80s most popular groups. ♪ ♪ it was a look and sound that defined the decade. launching culture club and boy george into super stardom. when montana when mtv you get the catchy songs. ♪ ♪ with their debut album "kissing to be clever" culture club achieved stunning success scoring three top ten u.s. hits and earning a grammy as best new
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artist. the band formed in 1981 and became known for their musical ability and the look of their colorful front man boy george. but despite their commercial success, fame came at a price causing struggles within the band. every band that work this hard together loves each other like this and then finds you know what? spending every waking hour together gets on your nerves after awhile. all though a lot of time has passed it hasn't stopped the group from wanting to make more music. after more than ten years apart, they've been hard at work in the studio recording their new album "tribes" set for release in early 2016. ♪ ♪ and how cool is this?
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ladies and gentlemen, culture club! ♪ ♪ let me see your hands! ♪ desert loving in your eyes all the way if i listened to your lies would you say i'm a man without conviction ♪ ♪ i'm a man who doesn't know how to sell a contradiction ♪ ♪ you come and go you come and go karma karma karma karma chameleon you come and go you come and go ♪ ♪ loving would be easy if your colors were like my dream red gold and green
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red gold and green ♪ ♪ didn't you hear your wicked words every day and you used to be so sweet i heard you say that my love was an addiction when we cling our love is strong ♪ ♪ when you go you're gone forever you string along you string along ♪ ♪ karma karma karma karma chameleon you come and go you come and go loving would be easy if your colors were like my dream red gold and green red gold and green ♪ ♪ every day is like survival
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you're my lover not my rival every day is like survival you're my lover not my rival ♪ ♪ that my love was an addiction when we cling our love is strong when you go you're gone forever you string along you string along ♪ ♪ let me hear you sing! karma karma karma chameleon you come and go-you come and go loving would be easy if your colors were like my dream
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red gold and green red cold and green ♪ ♪ i can't hear you, new york! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ karma karma karma chameleon you come and go you come and go loving would be easy if were color were like my dream red gold and green. red gold and green ♪ ♪ ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] thank you! >> we have more music from culture club on a thursday morning, but first, this is "today" on nbc. grass fed? mhmm. i'm super into health. bottled tap water? well all bottled water is the same right? you need crystal geyser alpine spring water. made by nature, not by man. crystal geyser alpine spring water. bottled at the mountain source. my name is jamir dixon and i'm a locate and mark fieldman for pg&e.
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♪ da da da da ♪ ♪ da...♪ sorry brenda. crystal geyser. bottled at the mountain source. da da da. ♪ ♪ we are so excited to have culture club right here on our plaza. i can't believe it! boy george guys good morning. i should say welcome back to the plaza. you were here in 1984 right, matt? >> absolutely. i wasn't here. >> and now you are going back out on tour. first time in 12 years. is it like riding a bike? >> now that we've done that it feels weird. it's been a long process to getting on stage and doing it. we're looking forward to it.
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we're going out and playing. >> in the '80s could you manage waking up at the crack of dawn to play? >> i didn't sing before midday. >> it's great to have you here! back in the '80s did you realize the impact at the time you were having on popular music? >> i think it's something you learn later on because people come up to you and talk about how, you know, you affected their lives in many ways. and i think americans, particularly they're more sentiment. they don't mind telling you. in britain they're like boy who? >> can i say i was one of those -- >> boy george and culture club all over my walls as a teen girl. what are you going to play for us now? misty blind only otherever released in america. >> the great things is we're four individual guys. we've got a new album coming out
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next year which is a mixture of ek lek tech sounds and styles just like us. i can't wait for it! ♪ i know you miss me i know you miss me i know you miss me you're going to misme i know yoult miss-- you'll miss me blind ♪ ♪ bet you got a good gun bet you know how to have some fun ♪
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♪ and then you turn it around on me because i'm better than the rest of the men ♪ ♪ i say you'll miss me and you always do ♪ ♪ i say you'll miss me now would i lie to you now there's no need to demand grab my golden hand i'll teach you and you'll never be sure ♪ ♪ if the way that you need is too much like greed decide if you are rich or you're poor ♪ ♪ i know you'll miss me i know you'll miss me i know you'll miss me blind ♪ ♪ i know you'll miss me you're going to miss me i know you'll miss me blind ♪ ♪ bet you make the fool run bet you know how to make it last forever
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but you know i'm never really sure if you're just kissing to be clever ♪ ♪ i say you'll miss me and you always do i say you'll miss me now would i lie to you ♪ ♪ no there's no need to demand grab my golden hand i'll teach you and you'll never be sure ♪ ♪ if the way that you need is too much like greed decide if you are rich or you're poor ♪ ♪ because this love that i have to give must be better than that kind ♪ ♪ it can make you rich it can make you poor but i know that you'll miss me blind ♪ ♪ i know you'll miss me i know you'll miss me i know you'll miss me blind ♪
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♪ i know you'll miss me i know you'll miss me i know you'll miss me blind ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ i know you'll miss me i know you'll miss me blind i know you'll miss me you're going to miss me i know you'll miss me blind ♪ ♪ i know you'll miss me you're going to miss me
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you're going to miss me blind ♪ ♪ i know you'll miss me you're going to miss me i know you'll miss me blind ♪ ♪ i know you'll miss me you're going to miss me you're going to miss me blind ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> concert club sound soggy good! we'll have a lot more music in a moment. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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this morning, it's a throwback thursday. we will talk with boy george. plus channing tatum versus our own ellie in a dance off. the magic of penn and teller. all that and more coming up now. from nbc news this is today's take with al roker, natalie morales. live from studio 1a in rockefeller center. it's july 2, 2015. 'little extra big crowd on the plaza this morning. there's good reason for that. culture club, boy george, in the building. how cool is that?
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>> wow. i feel i'm reliving my '80s all over again. >> they sound amazing. >> they sound great. boy george will sit down with us. they will give us one more song as well. we have a big boy george day. very exciting. our special guest host, ellie is back with us today. you know who else we have on the show in penn and teller. >> they are so much fun. he just dropped a quarter out of his nose. messmerized by you. >> my parents took me to a theater in 1985 to see -- >> the original show? >> i don't think i can say on tv. they had a chimp that had an inappropriate name. the chimp's name it said whatever its name is knows what he knew the answers. my parents bought me the t-shirt. i wore it to school.
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they made me take it off. >> because inappropriate? >> yeah. but not to my parents. >> i bet you they could replace the t-shirt. >> i want one. >> you have an in now. >> i do. let's start with a great story. vice president joe biden writing a note in 1994 to a guy. went on an eighth grade field trip and his class had a q & a with then senator joe biden. he noticed brooks had a stutter and told him he did, too, but it never let him hold him back. didn't end there. biden wrote brooks a letter after that trip and brooks has just now shared the letter on twitter. biden wrote in part remember what i told you about stuttering. you can beat it like i did. when you do, you will be a stronger man for having won. every time you are tempted to make fun of someone with a problem, how it feels when you are made fun of. biden saw that post on twitter and tweeted back and it's still true today, my friend, treat everyone with respect.
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you will be respected yourself. how great is that? >> amazing. >> what a person to get advice from and to be mentored from. that's a good ningthing all around. >> i didn't know he had a stutter and overcame that. fascinating. >> that speaks to the character of joe biden, what kind of guy he is. >> and to encourage kids struggling with something. all right. we have a survey to reveal to you today. as you head out on your busy fourth of july. we know how much you love surveyed especially mr. willie pillar of health loves surveys. pillar of health. >> self-described pillar of health. >> i thought we had -- okay. you saw it? >> there he is. where is it? >> timing is everything. >> so according to travel zoo, this survey they conducted nearly 10,000 people here in the u.s. and four other countries as
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well 64% of americans confess to paying in the pool or the ocean while on vacation. okay ocean definitely. >> i tell my kids there is your bathroom. pool -- >> what i think is interesting, 64% confessed. i have a feeling the actual number of occurrences is closer to 98%. come on when you were a kid how many? >> in the pool? really? i don't remember doing it in the pool. with your friends right there. today as an adult, pool absolutely not, never any time obviously. ocean, all day, every day. >> you go to the ocean specifically to go to the bathroom. >> the fish and sharks are doing it. >> you are fertilizeing -- >> i have my facts missed up. >> you need to go in. that's fine. >> the bathroom is half a mile down the beach. >> you will go in the -- >> other revealing secrets on
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that survey close to 70% of us snag the toilet -- >> do you use them? >> the travel size when i travel. >> what else? do you do this? do you reserve a lounge chair by the pool before -- if it's 8:30 in the morning, do you put the towel down or book down and then you go off and have breakfast? you are one of those people? >> i don't do that. >> i don't think i do that. >> natalie does it. >> i don't do it. i get upset when people are having their breakfast and my kids are at the pool we don't have a chair. >> i can't stand that. that's rude. >> i do not do that. >> can we -- this broke my heart last night. >> i watched it live. >> england and japan, semi-final game. it was an incredible game. england played japan equally as hard. it was -- they played their hearts out.
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it was tied 1-1. all the wait through -- up until the 92nd minute when that happened. that was laura bassett and she accidentally knocked the ball into her own goal there. she was trying to defend the ball. i used to play soccer my kids play soccer. it happens all the time. it's your reflex to defend the ball. it just hit -- she was going forward. the ball was going the opposite way. the way it hit the top of the net right in. >> these are the pictures that kill me. >> the tears. she was just crushed. all of her teammates though ran to support her and give her hugs. that's the coach who had the most eloquent interview after the game where he said she has been the rock of the team throughout the tournament. she has been incredible as a defender. this team has really inspired the nation. this is the first time they made it to the finals and got so
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close. >> i'm in no place to say this but i don't think that should count. japan doesn't want that to count. they don't want to win based on someone else's -- >> unfortunately, it has to count. nobody wants to win that way. even japan's players, it was shock. how could this happen? >> it happened so late in the game. england didn't have a chance to recover from it. they only had a minute left in the game. it was too late to do anything about it. >> a couple seconds left. >> she's one of the best and most important players on the team. for it to happen to her -- as much as we would like her to forget forget, she will never forget. >> we have a rematch on our hands. usa and japan in the finals. >> are you going? >> i will be in vancouver. >> cool. >> family and all. i will be there reporting for you on monday morning. >> do not knock the soccer ball into our own goal. >> i will stay far away. you have something to tell us. >> i do have something. channing tatum showed off seven classic dance moves in 30 seconds in a new video.
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pretty good. that's the running man. well-renowned dancer. i like that one. we get it. he has rhythm. we understand. >> low key form answer. >> very mellow. i believe that's the pony. and the robot. >> you are known for the sprinkler. >> i am known the world over for my various renditions of the sprinkler and variations on them. >> are you going to replicate some moves for us? >> i'm going to challenge -- >> channing tatum? >> here and now. >> do we need to tell you the move snz. >> the moves will come to me. he started -- >> running man. >> that's no running man. >> this is retro throwback thursday. the funky chicken. split screen. >> you have extra bop.
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the pony. and this -- >> my robot is a little like a carnival. this one. >> vogue. >> he is really -- >> he is really into it. but i have the precision. so that's what i have. >> take that, channing tatum. >> you are welcome. >> thank you. >> channing is on the august -- the cover of the august issue of "vanity "vanity fair." >> you have met your match, mr. tatum. >> dance is a very essential part of who you are. >> the core of my being. >> dottie distanced herself. >> she distanced herself. >> almost immediately. >> as far away as possible. >> let's get a check of the weather. weather is brought to you by yoplait.
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now with 25% less sugar in all 25 delicious flavors. i can do -- i can do that jtsdz . you did that in heels. you get a ton more points for that. >> thank you. i wouldn't be doing any of the dance moves. we have stronger storms moving through tennessee. memphis, did you have a round of heavier thunderstorms overnight. now you are starting to get a break. more storms will likely redevelop later this afternoon. there's a front in through here. it's from northern texas right through oklahoma stretching all the way into tennessee where we could see our strongest storms. not looking at tornadoes. it's hail and damaging wind perhaps 60 miles per hour. we will look at the chance of three to five inches of rain. flash flooding is a possibility. some areas could end up with five to seven if you are stuck in some of the heavier good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall.
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a very mild and humid start to the day. look at the tri-valley now at 76 degrees. san francisco at 63 degrees. and this afternoon expect a high of 72 degrees and mostly cloudy skies. there will be a chance of some pop-up showers and storms mainly this afternoon with highs reaching 94 degrees in the tri-valley. and that's your latest forecast. >> oh! >> there you go. you caught it. >> i'm impressed! >> you are good, my friends. we tumbled for them. culture club the defined '80s rock and they've been our throwback thursday guests. we'll catch up with boy george himself! >> oh, yeah! mmmm yoplait! i am needing to tell you something about yogurt. there is now 25% less sugar in yoplait original.
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culture club helped define a decade with their colorful style and musical style and boy george. their debut album achieved stunning success scoring three top ten u.s. hits and earning them the best artists. karma chameleon hit number one in 16 countries. today they sold more than 100 million singles. we're joined by their front man boy george in the building! >> good morning, sir. >> good morning. you're brightly dressed. i'm mr. goth. >> it's kind of jack sparrow, boy george. kind of a mixture. i mean, it's a mixture of my old look. i have this out today. >> this is not my hair?
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>> no. my hair is short. i got this in belgium. i got another one. so, yeah. >> oh. that's perfect. you can wash it probably. >> wash it. yeah. you get old you get more thrifty. >> yeah. your résumé is just amazing. culture club where you've been and what you have put out as al budget s -- albums. what it it like getting the band back together? >> i had a moment like we're doing this. this is the beginning of our tour. we haven't even rehearsed yet. we rehearsed yesterday for the show. the last time i was on the show was over 20 years ago. when we walked in the building i was like i remember being here! >> we probably have the same camera people and the crew. >> yeah. it's amazing. i think in america we had -- we had a bigger impact because of mtv and suddenly, you know, you
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were zoomed into people's houses. >> right. >> it was kind of amazing. >> do you have any favorites -- obviously you have fast songs you -- favorite songs you love to perform? do you have any least favorite? >> not really. i've been djing for about 25 years. i have a healthy relationship with my past. when i go back to doing the old songs, for me it's like fun. it's not like purgatory. >> it should never be like that. >> i kind of feel like -- i feel blessed. i feel lucky to get paid to do what i love. >> yeah. >> we're grateful. >> you talked about that explosion in the 1980s. what was that moment like? the first weeks and months when you realize you were global super stars. >> in america with true and then
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their manager came up to me and was like your song has been played on the radio. i've never been to america. so the idea that somewhere in the world they were playing my songs and i've never been there. it was mind blowing. >> it was surreal. >> when we came here -- thank god. it was amazing! >> we're still singing your songs. boy george, so nice to see you. culture club will be back with more music with kathie lee and hoda. coming up pick 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
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penn and teller. >> and what better way to celebrate returning to the place where it began. new york city! >> new york city. >> we'll chat with you in a moment. first, let's take a look back at their magical career. >> we are penn and teller. we are a couple of very eccentric guys who have learned how to do a few cool things. >> penn and teller performed together for the first time in 1975 at the minnesota renaissance festival. by 1985 the pair hit it big when their special took home two emmys. >> you enjoy the penn and teller special. >> who? >> good. >> throughout the '80s and '90s their popularity grew booking appearances on the "today" show. >> thank you. >> penn and teller. >> and letterman. >> i don't know that much about style of magicians but the word lame comes to mind. >> cameos and music videos.
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and cartoons, too. yes, the pair even debuted on the simpsons. >> you talk on stage. i talk off stage. today penn and teller perform their act making them the longest running headliner at the same hotel in las vegas history. even their show time series received critical acclaims when 13 emmy nominations. >> tonight's show is a day at the beach. >> the pair was honored with a star on the hollywood walk of fame in 2013. now they're celebrating 40 years of performing together by returning to broadway. penn and teller! good morning! >> good morning. >> you have such a history with new york. how does it feel being back? >> it's fabulous. we have not been -- we were saying this number -- we made it up. we don't know. i think it was 23 years it's our third run on broadway. we took a 23 year break to go to las vegas. it's hard when they name a theater after you and paint your
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picture on the side of the hotel 300 feet tall. it's hard to say we're going to split for awhile. >> exactly. we did it. >> you did it! >> because you're doing las vegas. >> we intend to our six weeks in new york and go back to las vegas to die. >> how do you keep the act fresh? you do it this long? >> we like doing the tricks we doing. one of the things we're doing on broadway. teller has been doing it for longer we've been working together. some of the stuff is brand new. we just keep writing stuff and putting it in. we love doing the show. there's no sort of -- there's no work ethic required to keep it fresh. we enjoy doing it. >> what happened to the sweet chimpanzee you had on stage? >> oh! and you saw him when you were in grade school. >> i was in grade school. my parents bought me the t-shirt. i wore it to school the next day and almost thrown out of school. >> good. >> i think the school was right
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good morning, it's 9-26... i'm ... ==anim== some breaking news this good thursday morning. it's 9:26. i'm sam brock. following breaking news this morning, firefighters still on the scene of a fire in the east bay. specifically that fire burning in sunol right now in what is said to be a remote area. firefighters say there are no structures in the area. it's in kind of a remote region. so far it's burned somewhere around 20 acres. and the alameda county fire department has not updated that figure. as of now we're continuing to talk with them. the property is apparently owned by the san francisco water department. firefighters also believe it may have started as two separate fires that at some point merged together. and it got ignited some time in the overnight hours when lightning storms were coming through the area.
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it's speculation, but firefighters think it's possible that the lightning caused the fire. now, in case you missed while you were sleeping sadly in some parts of the bay area including the tri-valley lightning storms lit up the sky last night. this is what it looked like this morning in livermore. some areas got a healthy dose of thunder and lightning. the wild weather also left behind traces of rain in some places. will there be more rain to come moving forward? we'll have a check of weather and traffic after this break.
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good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. we're starting out with temperatures in the 60s and 70s for most of the bay. and it feels more humid too. we're at 63 degrees now in san francisco. and expect a high of 72 degrees there. tri-valley still warming up. into the mid-90s today. and there may be some showers and storms popping up across the bay. keep the umbrella handy just in case. we have some monsoonal moisture
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streaming into our area. it gets oult of here in time for the weekend. every now and again we see traffic build in on the northbound side over 101 over the golden gate bridge still foggy but sunny elsewhere. you'll notice as we switch to show you the bay bridge kind of unusual but it is a holiday week so not as many cars trying to get through here at the bay bridge toll plaza. southbound traffic is pretty typical. slowing across 101 into cupertino. no major accidents. anthony, that bay bridge toll plaza almost looks like a mirage. no cars. we will be back in 25 minutes with another update. for now we return you to the "today" show.
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taking a look at the headlines. the u.s. justice department is investigating whether the nation's colluded to keep air fares high. it's trying to find out if air carriers are trying to limit the number of available seats to increase their profits. currently just four airlines control 80% of the u.s.'s market. the airlines are making record profits and increased ticket prices 13% since 2009. >> a new study finds an increase in the use of anti-sighpsychotic drugs to treat children with a adhd. have been asso harm
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side effects in adults and children. when they are required anti-psychotic therapy should be closely monitored and as brief as possible. new search suggests cholesterol lowering drugs may affect behavior differently in men and women. linked aggressions but the findings have been inconsistent. the new study placed 1,000 men and women into a staten or placebo group. women who took it tended to have increased aggression. most men showed a drop in aggressive behavior. experts aren't entirely sure why there are gender differences. a california woman is safe after a difficult and dramatic rescue. two days after she lost control of her car, a jogger heard screams for help and saw jennifer durant's car at the bottom of the canyon in malibu on wednesday. rescuers climbed down the 70-foot cliff and able to bring her to safety. she was dehydrated but conscious and talking and later air lifted to the hospital.
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she told her family for two days and nighs she could hear the cars going by but didn't know if anyone would find her. but today she is okay. good news there. let's get a check of the weather. let's head up stairs to dylan. >> good morning. good morning everyone. we're looking at a pretty decent forecast as we head into the holiday weekend. we have the rain today it is looking like we'll keep the rain around, unfortunately through the 3rd and the 4th too. it's mostly through oklahoma and arkansas. the scattered showers will be affecting mainly eastern tennessee and the carolinas. for fourth of july itself extremely hot out west. that's not changing. we're staying with temperatures about 15 to 25 degrees above average. the plains up through the great lakes look fantastic. scatter showers around the southeast. and for the fourth of july fireworks the macy's spectacular for the evening we're looking for pretty decent conditions. east winds about 10 miles per hour or less. partly cloudy skies temperatures in the lower 70s. just about perfect here in new york city.
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then on sunday as we finish off the holiday weekend a line of scattered showers and storms the up good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. a lot more humidity as moisture continues to roll across the bay area. that may fire up some showers and thunderstorms this afternoon. elsewhere we'll see a mixture of sun and clouds a high of 84 degrees in palo alto. financial district 70 degrees with some low clouds. san rafael expect a high of 81 degrees. and walnut creek 89. still some 90s in the tri-valley. and some upper 80s for dublin with a chance of afternoon storms. and that's your latest forecast. guys? >> dylan, thank you! dylan, thank you. and we're back with the bad boys of magic penn and teller are ready to blow our mind. >> teller is going to do it. i'm going to watch.
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you pick the deck of cards. we told you to supposed to take -- >> oh. >> that was my job. >> dylan, thank you. >> pick a card here. >> we'll have ellie do it. point one card, please. and just pull it out. take a look at it. >> show it to the -- we'll look away. >> even though i'm not doing the trick look away. make sure you remember it. >> okay. >> and teller is going to rip some out the deck. say stop. >> slide it in there. teller is going to shuffle it in. it's a legitimate shuffle. it's not a fake shuffle. in his hands it looks like -- there's all sorts. i would rather looked -- don't say anything if you see your card. let's really shuffle them properly. we'll do it like this. >> okay. >> it is called the las vegas
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wash. when you see your card don't say anything. just mix it up a little bit. now they're really confused. i want to make sure that -- that they're really shuffled. >> you're doing a great job. >> he was doing the legitimate shuffle but i wasn't sure it looked that way. i thought it might have looked like -- >> yeah. >> he's doing all the extra work. but i don't you want to -- i want to make sure they're face up. they're face down. they're mixed up. every way they could possibly be. you can say face up face down. now teller, now they know they are legitimate. if you see your card don't say anything. their legitimately mixed. now teller, now you do the trick with those. go ahead. now they've been shuffled. now do the trick. >> that's a real shuffle.
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>> don't touch them. do the trick. do magic like, you know -- do that. >> how long? it was like a bad marriage. >> i know. >> no. he's done enough. do you remember the name of your card? face up and face down. you remember that? shuffled all them. >> yep. >> name your card. >> right now? >> say it. it. >> nine of spades. >> the nine of spades. they're now all face down except for one card which is the nine of spades! >> that's ridiculous! how about that? >> awesome! >> how do you do that and i know you're not going to tell me. >> teller did it. >> that's incredible! >> can we say one thing? you look incredible. 105 pounds. >> over how long? >> i lost most the weight in three months, yeah. i ate a little less.
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>> was that it? moderation? >> not moderation starvation. >> you look great. congratulations on the show. we can't wait to see it. penn and teller on broadway. it's coming tuesday, july 7th. coming up red white, and blue tooth. we have new gadgets to help make your holiday weekend a you get used to stale odors in your mudroom. you think it smells fine, but your guests smell this... febreze air effects works instantly to eliminate odors you've gone noseblind to. smells like a field of awesome in here. so you and your guests can breathe happy. you get used to pet odors in your car. you think it smells fine, but your passengers smell this... eliminate odors you've gone noseblind to for up to 30 days with the febreze car vent clip... wow. smells good in here. so you and your passengers can breathe happy. i try hard to get a great shape. this... i can do easily. new benefiber healthy shape helps curb cravings.
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we're counting down to the holiday weekend with red white, and blue tooth gadgets that will have you partying in style. >> what better to show them off than katie and fashionist draft. look at you! >> can i point out the finger nails. just quick. >> yes! >> we have minion power. >> we do. >> i love it! >> it was my friend emmy that did that. >> you have the cool awesome
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ideas. love this. not your ordinary fruit punch bowl. >> how many times have you seen a watermelon keg? this is $20. you liven up any party. scoop out the inside of the melon and tap the keg. you can get a chrome finished deluxe version from kegworks.com. >> very cool. the refreshments. you have great water bottles if you like the taste of fresh fruit. >> you're going to love this. lemon juice is like the american avocado here. what you do is it helps with digestion digestion, weight loss, clear skin. you can squeeze all the juice inside here. you put on the base and flip it over and add water. there's one for kids, too. you can add have a little honey and make yourself a lemon sing zinger! >> and sitting on top of this is
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a portable picnic table. how many times have you gone ton a tailgate or a beach you never get a seat. 15 pounds you just pick this baby up and take it with you. it's a four-seater and erfour-seater. >> from refreshments to coolers. >> this is no joke. >> the cadillac of coolers. two awesome coolers from homedepot.com. it has led lights. you grab a bud light. >> oh! and it holds 160 cans. it even has a bottle opener, of course it has wheels. it's portable. awesome option for the barbecue. >> lights for the night party. >> what is going on here? heaven for bit you have to get a brew. it's a floating cooler under $30. it folds inside a portable bag. there's six of you. you drink a little bit, no prob. you have the beverage numbers. >> nothing wrong with drinking
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in a kiddy pool. that's your style, willie. >> i want to know something you have some gadgets designed to protect your cell phone. >> absolutely. let's talk about something people are asking about. what is the best protector for your cell phone. this is from life proof. it's shock proof, water proof and dustproof. it's going to protect in water up to 6.6 feet. this is my iphone. this is like my child. no problem. it has a battery inside here. it will charge your phone as well. it works! >> it's good to have on sea or land. >> talk to me about the speakers. >> red, white, and blue tooth. it's $40 jvl audio. i like this. it's a powerful blue tooth speaker but the science of the suction is power. once you stick it to any surface from a pizza box, to aquarium it
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jacks up the music. it reverberates. >> fantastic! and the final? >> last but not least put you on the kiddy table. this is the aqua table. whether you're a lake, river, beach or throw it inside a pool. you can sit on every single log here. there is a cooler right in the middle! >> oh! >> this is the height of laziness, really. >> it's awesomeness, really. >> can't be bothered to get a drink. >> you can only sit on the inflatable table with apple juice right here. >> this is fantastic! >> good stuff. good job, missy. >> happy fourth of july! up next adding festive flair, speaking of flair to your fourth of july, easy to make items for the holiday weekend right after this.
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♪ ♪ fresher dentures... ...for those breathless moments. hug loud, live loud, polident. ♪ ♪ the fourth just a few days away, you may be looking to take your party to the next level. >> yeah. simple to make diy project is brit morris founder and ceo of brit. good to see you. >> happy fourth! >> happy fourth. this time of year you're the master of this stuff. >> we have two days. it's the easy stuff you did do within 48 hours or less. we're starting with string lights. it's a must for every party. you see these down here.
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papier-mâchè with balloon. you wrap the yarn around. wrap, wrap pop the balloon and add it on to the string lights. it's so beautiful. so easy. >> for your table setting one thing that is fun is to let the kids get involved. >> yes. >> who knew that a fork could make beautiful firework designs! dip your fork in paint and add your fireworks. let your kids go crazy with this. if your kids are too young, they did make firework footprints! >> oh! >> this is baby ava! >> she's teeny tiny! >> we're going to paint baby ava's feet. here we go. >>put the two colors. don't get it on my dress!
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>> okay. >> now we're -- >> i love it. >> now we're going to put her down. >> i love it! >> like a natural. >> footprint. oh! >> very cute! >> it's very cool. let's talk about the food. now these firework cakes are hot on pinterest now. it's a twist on the layered cake. you make three layers red, white, and blue. take a simple cookie cutter and cut out little holes in here. pull them out and pop them off. now you are going to get involved. >> get in here. >> okay. here you go. >> okay. okay. all right. >> now you're pick some of these. pipe them. >> pipe them with circles. >> i'm not familiar with that
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term. >> that's a baker's term. sorry. now you're going to layer them on top of each other like this. then you fill the center. >> like a twinkie! >> we're bringing it back. then at the end add licorice as a fuse. here you go. here are the fireworks. >> neat idea! >> very cool. >> it is so fun to do with the kids as well. >> things on a stick! we love things on a stick. smores on a stick. dip them in chocolate, add the crust. and homemade popsicles perfect for any fourth of july party. what is great making them at home you can measure the sugar on your own. freeze one layer at time. pass them out to your guests.
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>> what usejuices? >> watermelon, coconut and blueberry. >> so healthy! >> yeah! >> you are a master of this stuff. unbelievable. >> you can come to my house. >> happy fourth. great to see you. we're back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc.
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♪ ♪ >> a dance party. >> doing a great job sweetie! we have hillary coming up. and boy george is going to sing for us too! >> we have a very cute australian chef. >> yeah, he's hot. >> yeah. >>
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i'm ... ==topvo== police have detained a person of interest in good morning everyone. 9:56. i'm scott mcgrew. police have detained a person of interest in connection with the deadly shooting last night on san francisco's embarcadero. it happened on pier 14.
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that's a busy area between the ferry building and the ballpark. police say the 31-year-old woman is from pleasanton. she hasn't been identified. officers located a person of interest about an hour after that shooting. we're following some breaking news this morning in alameda county. firefighters at a grass fire in sunol burning in an unpopulated area off of geery. there are no buildings in the area but at least 20 acres have burned. firefighters speculate it could have been sparked overnight by lightning storms but they haven't confirmed that yet. let's check your weather this morning with anthony. >> good morning, i'm meteorologist kari hall. some very mild temperatures to start out the day and some more humidity across the bay. and we're starting out at 72 degrees in the tri-valley and san francisco now at 61 degrees. this afternoon expect a high of 94. heat coming down just a bit, but with the humidity increasing it will not feel any more
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comfortable. 84 degrees the high in the peninsula. south bay 86 degrees. also 86 degrees today for the north bay. let's check traffic with anthony. here i am. all right. doing some traffic this morning. i want to show you what's happening across the bay bridge. really light traffic. this is all because it's a holiday week. you may expect a lot of folks taking the day off. show you what's happening as we switch to the maps. you'll notice we have a few stalls headed toward the bay bridge approach. keep in mind tonight this evening there is an evening game for the oakland a's. so a little extra traffic there. across the south bay not too bad. lots of light traffic denoted by green markers. back to you scott. all right, anthony. thank you much. more local news in half an hour. see you then.
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>> announcer: from nbc news this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. ♪ >> that's wildfire. >> yes. >> that's hoda's theme song wildfire, by scavenger hunt. >> really? i never heard of it. >> me either. >> it's thirsty thursday. it's july 2. the day before the big getaway because tomorrow is officially the july 4th celebration. >> so you're going to have some fun? >> i'm going to rest my old neck all weekend long. i have one thing planned and that's dinner with regis and
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joy. we don't want to miss that. you're going to rehoboth. >> they're funny. they're doing the fireworks in rehoboth on saturday -- on sunday instead of saturday. so we're going to have our own sparklers and steaks get together. >> we have a terrific show. two-time academy award winning best actress hilary swank is here. we'll catch up with her and her new projects. >> it's time for ambush makeovers. we pulled some deserving people out of the crowd and we're helping them look ready for the fourth. >> plus, houses for throwback thursday. a performance. they will play their classic hit ♪ do you really want to hurt me ♪ >> boy george packed the plaza, lit it up. it was a funky dance party outside. he had a lot going on. >> is that hair? no, that's like tissue paper or something, isn't it? >> he sounds the same. look at the crowd on a thursday, not even a regular concert day. >> good for him. we're going to head into the
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kitchen with chef andy allen from australia steaming up some clams. hoda and i are excited. steam them up. make extra, please. >> if you are a soccer fan or even if you're not a heartbreaker last night. britain was playing japan in the semifinals and japan was supposed to win. england wasn't. the score was tied. it was a history making tournament. amazing right? it came down to the last minute left on the clock. england's laura bassett was trying to kick the ball down to her goalie to retrieve it. she scored a goal except it went in the wrong goal. it went into her own. she shot it into her own goal. she was trying to sort of get it out of the way, you see she was trying to deflect it. it went in the goal. she was inconsolable. i mean, the whole place watched. this was a historic day for england. >> were they playing in england as well?
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where are they playing this? where are they? they're in canada. >> look at that. and if you watch her later, her teammates scoop her up afterwards, they wrap their arms around her because, you know, she scored against her own team accidentally. anyway they spoke about her afterwards. you know she's not going to forget this. take a look. >> it's okay to cry. i mean, they left everything on the field. they couldn't have given anymore. >> she feels she has let everybody now. she has given everything in this tournament. she should be proud of herself. >> she's going to bounce back from it. >> i didn't understand all of that but they're standing by her, i guess is the story. >> she'll bounce back from that. >> depending on where you come from in the uk it's sometimes hard to understand. the u.s. will play japan sunday. >> that's going to be a great match, but i can't believe that happened to her. this poor girl. you know what i love about the team -- women react, i think -- i'm not saying men wouldn't
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react the same way, but something for women feeling bad for another teammate of theirs. look at this. >> she was devastated. >> they were cradling her and taking her away. she couldn't -- look, bring everybody over. team spirit. you get it. >> i didn't even watch it and i'm tearing up just watching. >> oh, my gosh. >> you know what we need to do to get out of the doldrums? we're not going to be able to do this much longer. sad news about bubble wrap or better news for the ecology i suppose. new less popable bubble wrap is coming out. it's flat and airless so you can't really pop it anymore. >> the reason they send these huge rolls to companies who pack and ship things and it takes up so much space. >> they can't warehouse it. >> so now they're sending a kind that you inflate with like a, i don't know a hose, something. >> a pump. some sort of a pump. >> the fun is over. >> so they're using like amazon and stuff are using paper now, right, a lot. >> i ordered a bunch of stuff
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from amazon. >> that's okay, you put in extra clams. it's fine, honey. you make all the noise you want to. >> wait, wait. i spy hilary swank. >> stay and have some clams with us. >> yes. >> okay. >> does hilary have a glass of wine? >> she'd better. cheers, sweetheart. god bless you. god bless you. all right. clams for everybody. >> all right. so do you guys remember when robin thicke sang at the b.e.t. awards a song to try to get his wife back? it was off an album he titled "paula." >> it wasn't subtle. ♪ i've got to get her back ♪ >> i actually like how he sings. ♪ got to get her back ♪ >> beautiful. he sang it in this big emotional production, and now he realizes that the whole thing was a mistake.
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>> yeah. >> he thought it was romantic initially. >> yeah, but after the performance, this is a good friend, his best friend told him hey, buddy, it's just embarrassing. i have to be honest with you, you're playing yourself like a sucker which is a little tough. a real friend will say -- >> his heart was broken. he wanted to get her back, get her back, get her back. >> he really is a great singer. >> he's a beautiful singer. >> sometimes you're in so deep emotionally that you cannot -- you lose all perspective and that's what he said. he decided now to take time off for about a year, try to reconnect with his son, and make everything clear. i don't know if that's a reference to scientology. do you know? >> oh i don't know. i don't know. >> i don't know. i've heard that in relation to it. but how does he regret -- and does he regret naming it paula? >> he says my songwriting has always been biographical. i decided to share. >> we wish him all the best.
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he's fun every time he comes here. >> he is a blast. >> the moral of that story is if you have that kind of a huge, huge breakup, go into a fetal position and suck your thumb until it's safe to come out. >> talk to your friends. >> don't do anything publicly that you're going to regret like queen victoria. this is sad. this is sad. >> have you ever wanted to buy somebody else's old underpants? first of all -- oh, wow, those are queen victoria's. they're up for auction, those babies. >> those things, i mean, those are sexy. >> i'm glad the holder has gloves. it's yesterday's world news. they say they're in excellent condition, even monogrammed. >> they're from 1891 owned by -- they were the queen's but back then the ladies in waiting, when the queen was finished with something, she moved on to a thong, she would give them as gifts to her ladies in waiting. >> she gave away her underwear?
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>> underpants. >> what do you call them? >> i call them spanx is what i call them. last year a pair of the queen's silk underwear sold for more than 6,000 pounds. what's going on with you guys over here? >> wait let's go. game on. is this for real? >> look at the guns on these women. look at them. oh, my gosh! >> i had her before. that was the second. >> wow. >> in the warm-up i won. >> excellent. >> look at her arm. >> come here come here. i saw these arms, i was like what is this? flex. come on. >> what is it? do it? >> what in the world! >> hide behind the flowers. >> what is happening? >> i said let's arm wrestle. >> and that's what happened? >> it's fr test test >> i like hilary like that. >> you do? >> we're glad to see you've let
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test test test test test song by wiz khalifa but it's mellow. it's called "see you again." you're going to love it. it's off the "furious 7" soundtrack. ♪ it's been a long day without you my friend ♪ ♪ and i'll tell you all about it when i see you again ♪ ♪ we've come a long way from where we began ♪ ♪ oh i'll tell you all about it when i see you again ♪ >> that's great. but here comes wiz. that's not wiz khalifa. here he goes. ♪ who knew all the planes we flew good things we've been through ♪ ♪ that i'd be standing right here talking to you ♪ ♪ i know we loved to hit the road and laugh ♪ ♪ but something told me that it wouldn't last ♪ ♪ had to switch up
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look at things different see the bigger picture ♪ ♪ those were the days hard work forever pays ♪ ♪ now i see you in a better place how can we not talk about family when family is all that we've got ♪ ♪ everything i do you were standing by my side ♪ >> hilary hates it, too. ♪ it's been a long day ♪ that's beautiful. don't spoil it. >> not spoiling it. >> it's spoiling it. i'm going to go back to arm wrestling. i'm going to arm wrestle. >> we're going to talk to hillary in a little bit. listen up on sirius xm. that was abrupt end to that. channel 108, baby. >> get ready for acting royalty. hilary swank, we love her, is about to sit down with us. work with the military families. terrific work coming up right after this. hey, you forgot the milk! that's lactaid. right. 100% real milk just without the lactose. so you can drink all you want... ...with no discomfort?
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winner hilary swank. she needs no introduction at all but we're going to give her a good one. hillary won the oscars for her work energy boys don't cry and "million dollar baby." people loved her in "ps i love you." what you may not have remembered was her film debut was in "buffy the vampire slayer" in 1992. >> and buffy's best friend. >> celebrity. >> shine a light on the more than 2 million children of deployed military men and women with a new video campaign based on a true story about a milt family that used a talking teddy bear to stay in touch. it pairs duracel and the uso in the comfort crew from milt kids program in which hillary is a paid spokeswoman. and we are delighted to have you. >> that's most emotional commercial. >> it's emotional and, like you said, 2 million children since 2001 have had one of their parents deployed overseas to fight in a war. >> it devastates families. >> it does. they're the unsung heroes, right?
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one of their parents has to leave and i have -- >> you came from a military family. >> both of my grandparents, too. my grandfather fought in wars. my father was a recruiter and was a master sergeant so he would have to leave months at a time as well. it wasn't quite the same because it wasn't a war but, still, i didn't have my father around so i can really relate. i think the more we talk about it, the more we can help these children. it takes a village. >> it really does. they're deployed sometimes for a couple of years even. >> and not once, twice, but up to five times. so they go away for a long time and this little teddy bear, by the way, when duracell went and worked with the uso to ask theses the most comforting thing, they said a teddy bear. so they're these little battery-powered teddy bears where one of the parents can record their voice into it. >> so precious. >> and it brings joy to these kids. they get to wake up and see a teddy bear and have their mom or their dad say, good morning, honey, i love you have a wonderful day. >> why am i getting weepy? >> i know.
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>> it's beautiful. >> this little video is called teddy bear, and you can see it on duracell youtube page. >> love it. you know what i love about you, you walk out here and you talked about history. how many years ago did you guys meet? >> i mean, that's now 23 years ago. >> and you were on with kathie lee. >> it was her first national show, right? talk show. >> so nervous. my heart was beating. you could see it through my neck. >> the aorta or whatever that is called, the jugular or something. >> it was beating like crazy. my very first interview. >> she owes everything -- she owes me and regis everything. we're so proud of you, though. >> thank you. >> and i was interested today to read that sandra bullock turned down "million dollar baby." you never know what the world is going to give you, the universe is going to offer you. you had just lost your job at "90210." >> when i did "boys don't cry." i had a two-year arc on "90210" i got fired not even halfway
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through the first year and two months later, i got "boys don't cite." >> you have to let it go, don't you? ♪ let it go ♪ >> i love it. >> the public demands it. >> when you're choosing roles, because you seem to pick really great roles. >> thank you. >> how do you go about -- when do you know you have a winner? >> it's just something you feel in your marrow, right? i play a lot of true characters. i think women who defy the odds, who persevere through really intense situations, and that's what inspires me, these stories, these shared stories, and between people it makes us feel less alone and what we're going through, what our struggles are and i just feel it. i feel like you read it and you just go oh, you learn more about life. you see life in a bigger way. it blows open your ideas of how you see the world just getting to walk in these people's shoes for a little bit. i've been really blessed with that. >> and worked with some of the greatest, greatest directors. >> oh yeah christopher nolan, clint eastwood tommy lee jones.
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sam rami. >> you've been in this business, as you say, your first movie was when she was 16. is it still pinch me time when you look at your wall of fame? >> all the time. all the time. and i think, i'm super grateful. and i think as i get older i become even more grateful. i mean, not that i ever thought it would for sure happen. you never think like that. i think when you're younger, you're more naive and you don't realize the odds maybe. >> it's bliss. >> yeah. it's really -- >> do you want a rematch with tina? >> yes. you didn't see warm-up. i kicked her butt. >> so you won one? >> tina doesn't want to play anymore. tina said she proved her point. >> she has guns. i'm like are you a boxer? and she went like this. as she's chopping her herbs and her arms are like ripped, no, i just chop a lot. no, she didn't say that. she didn't say that. i'm just making it up. i was going to say that. i was going to get to the truth eventually. >> we love you. go to duracell.com.
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to see and learn about the uso. >> i want to also say duracel made a $100,000 donation to the uso to help all these kids. >> happy fourth of july. they're getting ready to make their big debut, so take a look at them now. you won't recognize them after. they're ambush makeovers. >> and the winner of "i can do that" nicole scherzinger shows off some skills after this. and when you bundle your home and auto insurance through progressive, you'll save a bundle! [ laughs ] jamie. right. make a bad bundle joke a buck goes in the jar. i guess that's just how the cookie bundles. now, you're gonna have two bundles of joy! i'm not pregnant. i'm gonna go. [ tapping, cash register dings ] there you go. [ buzzing ] bundle bee coming! it was worth it! saving you a bundle when you bundle -- now, that's progressive.
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singer and songwriter nicole scherzinger proved she was a force to be reckoned with as the lead singer of the popular girl group the pussycat dolls. and now she got to show off her talents on "i can do that." >> we have another hit? >> yes. nicole learned and performs routines featuring high-flying acrobatics and roller skating. she crushed the xe competition
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on being named the big winner on tuesday's finale. >> thank you for being with us today. >> thank you for having me. >> how fun was that? >> it was too much fun when i wasn't almost dying. >> what was the hardest thing you had to do? >> the hardest thing watching it back i had my roller skates on, which i don't know how to roller skate, and put it around my coach's neck and he did the head banger and spun me really fast upside-down. >> you didn't get a concussion? >> that's terrifying. no. no. nobody wants that. >> the very first one is when i'm hanging from -- i was doing work with grounded aerial and hanging from a rope. i've never done that. >> like cirque du soleil kind of thing. >> you have less than a week to get it together and look amazing. i had just my big toe and right butt cheek hanging on for dear life. >> you don't have much of a right butt cheek. >> i would still be up there. >> the bow and arrow stuff that
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was one of the hardest things you did? >> i don't think it was the most complicated because i love shooting things. >> let's see how you do it. >> come on, girl. >> that's how we roll. >> what's it called, crossbow right? >> you've been renewed for a second -- the show has been renewed for a second season. >> it's very exciting for us. >> tell us what you're up to next sweetheart. thank you, hoda. >> i'm flying to washington d.c. right now because i've got rehearsals. i'm performing at the capitol on fourth of july singing a tribute to roger and hammerstein's "carousel" and the national anthem. >> the other way. i have no idea how to do this. >> i get confused. >> i've never worked one of these before. >> what do you do? >> i can't even put it in. >> mine is upside-down. >> okay, go. someone has got to get it. >> we can do this. everybody, let's focus. >> i can't see the little things. >> go hoda.
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so far police have not determined what caused the biker to lose control. we are following breaking news. firefighters at a grass fire. no buildings around. at least 20 acres are on fire. firefighters speculate it could have been sparked lie overnight lightning storms but that hasn't been confirmed. we will be tracking weather and traffic, as well, after the break.
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i'm meteorologist kari hall. monsoon moisture streamed into the bay area. humidity increased but not as much rain. we will have a slight possibility as we go through the day and a high of 83 degrees in san jose. red wood city 78 degrees and ocean beach 64 degrees. napa 86 while oakland at 74. and the trivalley highs reaching into the 80s and 90s coming down from the triple digits yesterday. it's been light all morning long and continues to remain light. traffic you can see zooming through no problems here. the lights have been off for a little bit now. as we get you towards the maps you can see no problems there either. things continue to remain smooth towards 87. same for 880 towards 280. let's show you palo alto. same deal all morning long. back over to you. >> thanks. make sure to stick around for our 11:00 newscast. we'll see you then.
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it's thirsty thursday and you know what that means. it's ambush makeover day. >> we've chosen two lovely and deserving ladies from the plaza to turn into firecrackers just in time for the fourth of july. >> and we've done it with the help of our makeover magicians, contributor and celebrity hairstylist extraordinaire. and "today" contributor and author and many more things jill martin. >> hi, kids. beautiful day out there. >> really gorgeous. >> we had to fight the boy george crowd. they were out there full force. but we got to pick makeovers so it was a great day. >> awesome. lois wilcox is from washington d.c. this married work at home mom of two has watched ambush and is so
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happy to finally get her chance. lois stays active by running and doing yoga. she didn't wear a lot of makeup during the week. she's ready to have fun with her new look. take a listen to her story. >> shelby is a trouper, i know you're exhausted. you got picked. tell me why you're so excited. >> my mom has been want to go do this for a long time, and she does a lot of things for me, so i woke up early to come here with her. >> oh, good daughter. and i know you're really pumped for this. >> i'm so excited. i can't wait. i've been looking forward to this for a long, long time. >> you are going to be beyond gorgeous. >> all right. and she's here with her daughter, of course, and her mother-in-law shelby one and shelby two. please keep your blind folds on for just a second. here is lois wilcox before. all right, lois, let's see the new you. oh wow!
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>> all right. take off your blindfolds. >> wow. >> you look amazing. >> oh my gosh, are you ready? >> i can't wait to see. >> spin right around, lois, right here. >> oh, my gosh. >> you look amazing. >> wow. >> look right -- >> it's wonderful. oh, my gosh i love it. thank you. >> tell us what you did. >> her hair was long. she was a little bit nervous about taking the length off because she does so many sports but obviously she can still pull this back. >> cute darling. >> i love that color. >> the color is really pretty special, i have to say. what we did we highlighted it and put red color on it. that's a really hard combination. it usually makes orange. this beautiful auburn. >> she's a model. who knew? >> look at those blue eyes.
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and of course everything accented. >> shelby one and shelby two, what do you think? >> fabulous. >> yeah love. >> and jill has this amazing body. >> can you believe that body? i love how this xwingscombines the fact rick fabrics and textures. >> you can join your family. thank you. >> our second lady is judy mitzner, 45 from dallas. she's got five kids ranging in age from 16 to 23. she really deserves this makeover after working at a paralegal for 25 years. judy decided to start her own business and she's ready to wow the family that could be with her here this morning. she's here with her wife and connor and collin. let's take a listen to her story. >> we just found out that you lost 130 pounds this year. your wife deserves this. >> yes, she does. she really does. >> so tell me why this is so
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important. >> she's been through some rough patches and losing all the weight and looks amazing already and let's do something. >> we are going to do something. are you guys excited? >> yes. >> and she's here with her wife, two nephews, connor and collin. one last look at her before and bring out the new judy mitzner. >> oh, my gosh. >> right there. wow. wow. >> okay you guys. take off your blind folds, please. >> wow. wow. >> you look gorgeous. do you want to look? >> oh, my. >> oh, my god. >> can you hear me? a little bit of lipstick on your teeth. other than that you're perfect. tell us about the hair. >> again, notice the fringe around the face that works with
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her, the slight angling around the face and then what i did she had a red that was a washaway red, a blond, a red i didn't know where it was. let's refresh it let's make it really strong. and she looks absolutely gorgeous. >> what do you all think? >> amazing. just gorgeous. >> a shock? >> tell us about the outfit. i love that. >> after a weight loss story to me it's so much fun trying on clothing. i think we have a picture -- >> you lost 135 pounds? >> last march. >> when was that? >> that's a year ago. one year ago. >> that's amazing. >> what did you do? >> diet. the old-fashioned way. diet and exercise. >> good for you. >> big round of applause. >> take note. tips on cooking some delicious when the day arrives a little earlier and lingers a little later you can be sure it's summer. and for this bounty,
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log on buy shoes, earrings. >> we want clams. how zoo wedo we start? >> i have a pan on here. very few ingredients. it's simple comfort food. >> oh really? >> and time saver tips, here is one of them. we're going in with about six cloves of garlic. we're not peeling them, we're just going to bash them with the side of our knife. >> you leave the skin on? >> throw it all in? >> extract the flavor. so we're going in with olive oil. portuguese, they love their olive oil. >> everybody in europe does. >> i've never seen the skins go in. that's good to know. >> see how you have this little sizzle going? that's extracting all the flavor. now i'm going in with cilantro, about half a bunch. a little sizzle there. >> ha-ha. that smells so good. kathie, do you smell that? >> i've smelled it all day. it's driving me crazy. >> now going with our clams.
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super quick, super fun. white wine, just a dry white. a little drizzle in there. >> a little lemon? >> some more acidity, the juice of a lemon. >> is that how you do it? >> how long will you do that, steam them like that? >> this is going in for about three minutes. >> it's very easy. >> exactly. super quick, super fun, super tasty. >> you have to save it with the bread to soak up the juices with the bread. >> lid on for three minutes. >> and how do you know they're ready? >> they pop open. if you don't have a timer, just look in there. as soon as they're open, they're done. >> this looks delicious. >> garlic bread. you girls are on. this is your time to shine. >> give it. what am i doing? yes i can. >> olive oil painted on our bread. >> more olive oil. >> both sides, right? >> both sides, hoda woman. >> and then all we're doing we're going to grab -- if i just reach over you there -- >> go ahead, do it. >> a raw garlic. >> again with the garlic, and
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straight on. we've painted it. now we're going to brush it. >> color it. >> color it in. >> see? >> just a little paint both sides. >> so easy so simple so quick. >> you have crunchy garlic bread. andy travels with a huge posse. look at this group. hilary swank had one person, okay. these are randy's people. >> the australian gang. >> when do we get to try them? >> we're going right now. as soon as they are open, they're ready. as i mentioned, three minutes, they're in and they're out. now get in and make sure you get all down there and get all that juice. the sauce is the best. you have that olive oil all those clams have opened up and there's sea salt going in there, seawater, olive oil, garlic, cilantro. >> delicious. >> please visit more often. >> anytime. >> check out our website today.com/food and do you really want to hurt me? >> sometimes.
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>> announcer: the toyota concert series on "today" brought to you by toyota. it's been a fun day around here. we've been celebrating thoughback thursday with the culture club as we kick off this holiday weekend. >> they saved one of their biggest hits so you can take a trip back to 1982. here they are with "do you really want to hurt me." ♪ give it time do you like my kind yeah ♪ ♪ let me love let me love ♪
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know ♪ ♪ this boy loves without a reason ♪ ♪ i'm prepared to let you go ♪ ♪ if it's love you want from me then take it away ♪ ♪ everything's not what you see ♪ ♪ it's over once again ♪ ♪ do you really want to hurt me ♪ ♪ do you really want to make me cry ♪ ♪ do you really want to hurt me ♪ ♪ do you really want to make me cry ♪ >> culture club.
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all right. it's time for okay or not okay. thanking tina fey for her intro with an over-the-top smooch. >> james seemed taken aback when she went in for the kill. >> when celebrating his 2003 best actor by giving halle berry quite the smooch. >> so how spontaneous are these public displays of affection, really, and is it okay or not okay to stage an award show lip lock? here is what we have to say about it. >> personally, hoda, i always prefer the spontaneous moments, but if it gets a good laugh, then go for it. >> that sounds like you. wait, staged? those were staged? say it ain't so. all right. that's going to do it for
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thirsty thursday. join us for a special fourth of july friday on july the 3rd. >> wait until you see the outfit we've got. plenty of patriotic surprises in store starting with two college students going head-to-head for an amazing prize. >> a very special bobbie's buzz. >> hair cures for the holidays. >> swim safety tips. we have everything going for you. >> have an awesome thirsty
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a case involving the deadly berkeley balcony collapse. but it's the contractor taking the d-a to court. vicky/2shot good morning, and thanks for joining us. i'm vicky nguyen -- in for kris sanchez. scott/2shot and i'm scott mcgrew. scott/2shot an unusual twist this morning to a story that's made international headlines. the construction company is taking the alameda county district attorney to court over that deadly balcony collapse that killed 6 people in berkeley. rather the oppositie of what you might expect. vicky/2box nbc bay area's bob redell is live outside of court in oakland. bob --we're hearing the contractor is now looking for a restraining order. bob/live the construction >> reporter: vicky and scott, the construction company that built that apartment

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