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from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hello, everybody. after doing this for 40 careers you would think we'd be ready when the camera comes on. >> hoda, what is today in. >> it's booze day tuesday, our favorite kind of day, september 15th, 2015. >> and hoda's lucky day. called lucky day by hunter hunted. i've never heart of hunter hunted. >> i know a few guys who did. >> an entertainment legend, and the only time we use that word is when it's really deserved.
22 year young carol burnett. her show which began in 1967 and went on to -- until 1978 is considered one of the greatest television shows of all time. now you can see more of it. >> yeah. the interesting thing is there have been -- there are five seasons that never -- that only aired one time in the very beginning and no one ever saw them again. they didn't go into syndication and they are out now. we'll talk to her about that. also, all right, never expect guys named rooster and butch to be handing out business advice, but you know what? these two guys know their stuff. their show is called "the west texas investment club." what are you drinking over there in. >> too much. >> do you call that a cozy or a coozie? >> you can get cozy. >> it can keep your hands warm. >> but you can also get a cootie. >> you know all about cooties. >> they will give us good investment advice because these guys know.
>> i want to know if we should get out of the stock market now so you guys think on that. >> should never have got in. >> should never have gone in. >> and sarah gore is with us to whip up a real sweet treat. >> trying to get me to drink already. >> well, why didn't did you, come on. >> sayre ark, get up there and do it. take one for the team. >> sarah, do it. >> i will. >> if you've already forgotten what you ate for breakfast we'll show you the foods, drinks and exercises that will improve your memory. >> what a great night last night for "monday night football," huh, kath in. >> hey, guys, talking about my late husband, hold it down for a moment, please. "monday night football" paid some subtle tributes to frank last night. >> yeah. >> frank, of course, was a commentator for "monday night football" from 1971 to 1997. >> wow. >> and since frank, howard dosel and don meredith wore those gold jackets in the booth, last night during the games the espn anchors jon gruden and mike tirico really lovely guys world the trademark gold jackets. >> that's so beautiful, by the
way. >> and the team revealed its tribute to frank and added the number 16 to their helmets and also have a patch on the jersey to honor anne meara who we also lost, one of our dearest, dearest friend in the world. >> how beautiful is that. >> they will be watching the opener together along with my daddy. >> is that right? >> this sunday, and i'm going to go with the kids, and i think they are going to be honoring frank again at that. >> how sweet. >> it must be nice to see, you know, frank honored so many different ways. >> you know, i went into neary's restaurant, my friend jim neary's 85th birthday, frank and jimmy a month apart, frank never made it to his 58th and the bartender said can i tell you a story, might as we'll get in line. everybody's got a story for me, very sweet. he goes years and years ago when i was a kid i wore 16 always, 16 in honor of frank because he was my favorite player, and -- and he said he came and it was in the lead speaker -- main speaker
at a father-son banquet. >> mm-hmm. >> and he said, darn, if frank didn't go to every single table, and there must have been hundreds and hundreds of people there and said hello to every single father and every single son. >> wow. >> and they probably never forgot it, right in. >> my father talked about it for the rest of his life so you hear so many lovely things like that. >> beautiful tribute. >> anyway. it. >> and he said that my father spoke about it the rest of his life. >> so many tributes. >> and of all of the people in the world -- and we will get to you two weird people in the second, and have you guys started your holiday shopping yet? >> for halloween? >> no, holidays, christmas. >> well, we have to get hollow wean knocked out first. >> what do you shop for halloween? >> well, my wife does all of that the stuff. >> well, he needs it around his neck. >> i have tiny tim with me i carry around and a broke neck. >> and you are butch and
rooster? >> i'm butch. >> and okay. he is shorter. >> and there is a new study by credit cards.com, and 32 million americans have already started -- ♪ everywhere we go >> is that you? >> may i suggest you put that in your shopping cart on itunes, and as you listen to that, you will hear cody when he is 4 years old and he will say, i want a baby sister and a truck. >> crank it a little bit. ♪ and the holly that will be on your own front door ♪ >> butch and rooster like it. >> and 1 in 7 shoppers are already shopping. >> the worst of all is that 5 million people have finished the christmas shopping. finished, done, over. i ka not believe it. and it is a unique kind of
person to have their christmas shopping done in september. >> well, some people know what they want to get somebody, and if they happen to see it, it is going the save tio save time an maybe to get it now. >> yes, and we have news about the "real housewives of new jersey." teresa giudice released some phone calls in jail talking to her children. >> new season. >> yes, and she has been in the danbury correctional scenter and -- >> she will be out in time for christmas to spend time with her children. >> all right. m mommy is calling. >> this is from an inmate at a federal prison. >> it is mommy. >> hi, baby. how are you? >> hello. >> and it is amazing how she can control everything from in there, you know.
>> god forbid you had to go and do you see teresa and the girls going to italy with you? >> mommy, don't go. >> how did you feel when you heard that? >> please, just bless my home and my four daughters and my husband, amen. >> oh, doing a a prayer on the pho phone. >> and you don't know how you would react in the same situation, but i don't know -- >> and what joe was saying there is that he has to go to prison after her and he has a 41-month term, and they talked about him going to italy and him being deported after he serves the time, and anyway that is what all of the extra chatting is about. it is going to be interesting to see, i don't know, i guess the whole deal. >> rooster and butch are in my eyeline unfortunately. >> what are you doing? >> rock, paper and scissors, and
to see which with one is going to save the show. and it is him. >> him. >> and i'm kind of beefy and juicy and this guy needs to go to jail and not me. >> all right. >> and the premier of season 21 which is amazing how many seasons have been there, and we saw some people there, bin di irwin who made an impression on the judges. >> already stripping. and she has some moves, look at her, and she has 17, and you have a little bit more energy. okay. >> and then there was a try at the spin of dancing. >> oh, my gosh. >> gary busey. >> you see, he is looking like he is at a wedding, you know -- [ laughter ] -- the guy with too much before the wedding starts. that is what he looks like. >> in the interview before the show, he looked at tom bergeron
and he said your left eye is spinning and that is real areally neat. so maybe he had a few. >> and paula deen looked very, very nervous, and we will see what she said afterwards. >> i didn't know that i was white when i started but i ain't white no more, because i was scared. and to rooster and butch. >> i don't know why she does that. >> she does it every time. >> she just can't keep from opening up her mouth. >> i don't know why she said that. >> she knows what color her panties are anyway. >> well, we hear that there is a cute thing where a baby franks the nervous dad, and the dad is about to cut the little baby's fingernail fingernails, and the baby sense how nervous the dad is, so take a look. >> okay. >> ah! [ laughter ]
[ laughter ] >> how precious. >> and can we see the beginning again one more time. it is so cute. and the baby can sense that the dad is nervous about it. >> and the dad should know to use a baby file. >> and apparently, it goes on and on which is so sweet. >> apparently, if you are one of the big winners, we will give it the big winners, we will give it away in a little seaging is not justour skin? about wrinkles. your skin could be losing volume. revitalift volume filler from l'oreal with our highest concentration of hyaluronic acid. use daily. l'oreal volume filler penetrates to volumize skin surface layers. cheeks are fuller. hallows under the eyes less pronounced. wrinkles, smoother. revitalift volume filler from l'oreal skin expert paris.
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dvd makings a comeback in the "the carol burnett show tv episodes" and it is out today. >> and you can relive it. and i love it, and it had me and the cast in stitches. take a look. [ laughter ] >> why is kenoza falls most favorite butinski -- >> come on in, carol burnett! and harvey would not put that outfit on until that moment.
>> right. i opened the door and then i slammed it, and he was standing there going, ooh, ooh. >> and the ep episodes were one one time and then not in syndicati syndication. >> they were on the air, but then when we went into syndication, it was some legal mumbo jumbo, and so for the last six years were on dvd and everything has been settled and so here we are with the first five years. >> and it is exciting. >> and i am glad that we did it that way, because it is a whole new thing. >> and a whole new generation discovering it. >> and you can see in it which is interesting to e me, and of course, i have watched them all like norma desmond, but you can see the growth in all of us like vicki who was 18. >> she was 18. >> she started right out of high
school. >> sint true, carol, when you wanted to do "the carol burnett show" cbs was not for it, and they did not want you to to do it. >> right. they wanted you to do a sitcom called "here's agnes." >> right. that would last a couple of weeks. >> right. >> and you were positioned in a time slot of stiff competition. >> right. we started on a monday night, on monday, and it is "i spy" and "the big valley" and i thought, okay, but we had it in the contract that we would get 30 shows. >> guaranteed. >> yes sh, and that is unbelievable. and but we did well. >> and it is all on enough to gain an audience. >> but it was not my idea to do the questions and the answers. that is bob banner who came up with that, our executive producer who said that you have to go out there to be yourself first before you get into the wigs and the suits, and you have
to connect with the audience. >> and people do not believe it, but you were not scripted on that at all, and you answered completely off of the cuff. >> and there were no plants in the audience, and i never knew what anybody was going to come up with. >> and was it because a woman was going to headline the big show -- >> right. >> nothing slow about it. >> and i wanted to exercise the clause, and they said, carol, it is a man's game, and comedy variety, and it is a man's game, and dean martin, and siz see czar, and milton burl and jackie e gleason. >> well, they dressed up like women most of the time. >> true. >> and you showed them, and were the one who plowed that field for everybody else coming up afterwards. >> and the tina fey's, and to a amy poehler's. >> and we all do, and she was a role model for me growing up. >> and we are so excite d for
you, carol, that this dvd is out. >> and it is affordably priced, right? >> actually, we are giving them away [ laughter ] >> and we love you with all of our heart. come back to see us. >> yes. >> and the dvd is called "the carol burnett show, the lost episodes." >> and now, what you can do to get out of the career rut. >> we can get out? >> yes. >> and some common sense advice >> and some common sense advice from the west your body was made for better things than the pain, stiffness, and joint damage of moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis. >> and some common sense advice from the west before you and your rheumatologist decide on a biologic, ask if xeljanz is right for you. xeljanz is a small pill, not an injection or infusion, for adults with moderate to severe ra for whom methotrexate did not work well. xeljanz can relieve ra symptoms and help stop further joint damage.
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investors club" which is a cross between "duck dynasty" and "shark tank" have a new show called "the west texas inv investor's club." >> and now they have just announced right here on this show they have been renewed for a second season. >> and go to westtexasinvestors.com if you have an idea for the second se season. >> i have forgotten it. >> i love it there, but you will find some interesting people, very. >> and so what is it that makes you experts in investing.
>> one of you didn't finish eighth grade, and which one? >> butch. >> i quit in the eighth, but i kept going to the 10th, but i wouldn't go in. i went everyday, but i just wouldn't go in. we learned everything the hard way. >> by making mistakes? >> yes. >> and do you know a good idea when you hear it the first time? >> well, not 100 all of the time. >> and my idea is 1 of 4 be will bail us out. >> and he says why three bad ones. >> but i say 1 of 4 will bail us out. >> how did you make the money? >> working in the oilfield. >> primarily in the machine pipe business, pipe sales, and then we competed in the same business for over 40 years head-to-head with his company and my company. >> wow. >> and competed directly through direct competition.
>> >> and who made more? >> he did. he cheated. >> i am high volume. >> and i'm low volume high profit. >> and has being a big tv star changed you? >> well, i have the same shirt in every interview. i have two shirts, one for the show and one for the interviews. >> and what about the boots? >> well, i broke my foot climbing a peg board. >> you know what that is? it is like hauling tiny tim around at christmas time. >> actually, there is nothing wrong with my foot, but i wore it so he would carry my bag through the airport. >> i put him in a stroller. >> and so you encourage anybody to go to where? >> with westtexascasting.com. >> and it airs tonight at 10:00 p.m. on cnbc. >> and now, a brunch that you
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devastating fire in california. it's killed at least one person, it's actually not the biggest. the butte fire is 71,000 acres. in san francisco right now, the largest tech conference in the world dream force has more people going to it than the super bowl will. hotel rooms are hard to find, so the sponsor sales force has brought in a cruise ship to help house people. further down the peninsula, san jose thinking about raising the minimum wage and discussing a regional minimum wage so that all the towns in the south bay have one uniform wage. we'll check your weather and traffic coming up after the break.
=trx at ck= highs today will be in the 60s and 70s across the bay area as skies continue to clear. we're looking at a mostly sunny afternoon and 67 degrees in san francisco. 74 degrees in the east bay. and 72 degrees in the north bay. and we'll see highs up to 76 degrees in the tri-valley. we'll also be watching out for some smoke and hayes that may be drifting into parts of the bay area. with a look at the morning commute, here's mike. >> we're looking at the san mateo bridge. west, look how slowly we're crawling. there's been a disabled vehicle just declared by chp somewhere across that. and before you get to the high rise, look at your slow drive on the map sensors. your solution, if you are heading south, things clearing up really nicely. going north, you have a wait toward the bay bridge as well. you might want to wait because it sounds like a bridge crew should clear that stall soon
from the san mateo bridge. >> thanks. we'll have lots more about the valley fire coming up on our next newscast. we'll see you then. it's booze day tuesday. if you forget where you parked your car, hissen to this. >> the problem could be your lifestyle, what you eat and drink and how active you are. >> here with smart strategies to help reduce your risks of memory loss and dementia is our pal mike dow, author of "the brain fog fix," reclaim your focus, memory and joy in just three weeks. >> how you doing. >> sounds impossible. >> it's very possible. >> a lot of people do get worried when you miss place something, your keys or see someone you kind of know but can't remember their name. should we be concerned about that kind of thing? >> you should be concerned but it should be information that you need to go on offensive and use the strategies here because you can reverse memory loss and you can do things that are going to prevent you getting dementia later on. >> they are pretty specific, aren't they in. >> yeah, they are.
>> a lot of people believe and i believe this, too, alzheimer's is something that's genetic, like if your mom has it it should be something you are concerned with and what's the truth about that in. >> the truth is it's mostly lifestyle for the late onset alzheimer's which is the kind most people get. we now know that the lifestyle choices are very potent in either setting you up for dementia and alzheimer's or preventing it. it's like a -- think of it as a gun so your genetics, load the gun but your lifestyle is what pulls the trigger, so i'm going to show you how not to pull that trigger. >> we should point out early onset is genetic, that's in the 40s. >> will these things help will w that if you continue to do that? >> them really help the majority of people worried about late onset, dementia, brain fog. >> right about my type. >> and mostly women. >> exercise is something that we should be doing. >> huge, huge. >> so if you just walk one mile a day you're going to cut your risk of dementia and and other forms of brain fog by 50%. >> that's just incredible.
>> is that because your brain is learning right and left, putting your feet down. >> a little bit and that exercise. >> gets your heart going. >> helps blood flow to the brain and decreases inflammation. >> you're not talking sprinting, just a walk. >> just a walk, yeah. >> all right. >> so far we're good. we're in. now we're taking about some tumeric is a spice. >> kurie. >> mustard and it's in curry. probably the most potent tip. so in rural india their seniors have 90% less alzheimer's than older americans and it's because -- >> because they have a steady diet of tumeric combined with black pepper. the black pepper makes tumeriic bio available. haflg teaspoon of each in an ounce of cold water and put it in your fridge and drink it every day. not enough to have indian every month, it clears the plaques from your brain, isn't that amazing? >> and then we see blueberry
season, that's the fruit -- >> out of all fruits berries are the best for your brain and probably blueberries a little bit more than strawberries. >> and blackberries are good, too. >> they sure are. >> this will buy you years of brain fog. >> how much do you have to eat? >> it's really about consistency so if you're going to have a quarter cup, half cup every day buy yourself years of not getting dementia. >> coffee, three cups, not more. >> three cups not more. >> okay. 65% reduction in dementia with three cups. if you go to four you're setting yourself up for more disease. three cups is the magic number. >> play a quick game. >> this is the "n" back and really miraculous that it helps to improve your working memory. i'll show you a tic-tac-toe grid. it will have a shape and memorize the location and the shape and i'm going to show you, too. are you ready. >> i think sfloe you two are going to compete. >> the first one. >> now memorize the shape and location and here's the second, shapes and location. >> okay. >> and now in reverse or the can
you tell me what you saw. >> triangle at the top, oval and the other one and a heart. >> in the far left bott tomorrow. >> let's make it harder. >> we did so well. >> got to go to commercial. >> three back. here we go again. >> first grid, memorize the shapes and location and here's the second shapes and location and here is the third. >> forget it, i tuned out. >> now having a problem. >> i'm going to have some blueberries. >> that's great, mike. thank you so much. >> we should point out before you make any dire lifestyle changes consult your doctor. >> absolutely. >> and then have blueberries. >> finish up the last of your summer peaches with a decadent breakfast idea from sarah gore which will set you back on the dementia thing and feel trapped in your job and don't know what to do, you know who knows what to do, suzy wells who will help one of our viewers kick start her career with advice everybody can use coming up right after this.
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energy as much as being in a career rut. >> spending eight to ten hours a day at a place you don't want to be going and doing work that's unfulfilling can make anybody kind of miserable. >> one of our viewers said she knows that feeling all too well. 41-year-old kristi collins who spent two decade as a paralegal and said she feels like there's something else she's meant to do. >> not whether to stay in the legal field or branch out in a new direction. she feels kind of stuck so we're lucky to have with us the kick start she needs from tips from career expert suzy wells. >> hi, guys. >> nice to see you again. >> nice to meet you. >> so you've been working at this place for quite a while and feel kind of trapped. >> i've been in my legal profession for 17 years. >> yeah. >> so i've not been able to excel past what i currently do. >> yeah. >> and i've been doing it for 17 years and i just want to exsem and contribute and add value and go beyond that. >> you come across this all the time. >> people feel like they are absolutely stalled and want to know what the reason is. there can be a lot of reason and
career stalls but the first thing have you to figure out is it you? >> might not want to accept that fact but you should. >> i always say the hardest conversation you ever have about your career is yourself. >> you have had that conversation, kristi. >> i have a lot. >> practical tips that can apply to kristi and everybody at home, and the first one you say is overdeliver. >> you know, in school we're taught to do the homework, to deliver and i was talking to a friend the other day. i said are you overdelivering at work and she was feeling stuck? i do everything they ask. that's not enough. overdelivering is making your job bigger and surprising your bosses with things that make the team better. >> you've done that. >> but overdelivered, you did a project that saved the company $2,000. >> wow. >> that's the kind of overdelivering we're talking about, things that change the game for the business. >> like i checked it off. i checked the box. >> not enough. >> let's move down to our second tip which is when there's a tough job you think it's a good thing to volunteer for it. >> nobody wants to be the kryptonite, tough job, tough assignment and new initiative
that no one wants to touch, the awful client everybody hates, stand up and volunteer for it shows the three cs managers are looking for, self-confidence, commitment an creativity that you might be able to do this job differently than other people so get out of the pile by volunteering for a really tough job. >> if that doesn't turn out perfectly because, you know, are you still going to be expected because you gave it a shot? >> yes, yes, you stood up and said i'm not going to do that. no one else wanted to do that. >> kristi, did you do that yet? >> i've done it and i'll do it. sign me up. >> take the initiative. >> and the third, hoda? >> no office gossip. that's something easy to get trapped into. >> you know, the excuse you always hear is everyone does it. my boss, even if your boss does it and your co-workers do it, don't do it. it's a career killer, and then at the same time, because gossip is negative, what you want to do is you want to exude positive energy and ask the question. what i want to work with me and what i want to ask me a favor
because when you're stalled you start -- >> share a secret with me. >> view this kind of negative energy, and -- and that is really going to stop you. so ask yourself those questions. >> oh, okay. >> moving on. >> moving down. >> what's next, hody? >> the next one you're talking about positive energy. >> that's important because here's the thing. nobody wants the polyanna, you don't want to be friendly with the person who is like let's go. not authentic. >> this positive energy has to be real, but when you're stalled, it's like people pick up on what you're feeling, pick up on your vibe. >> yeah, they do. >> and your annoyance and the person at work who every time you ask them something like the weight of the willed, like they will do it. you cannot be that person. you've got to be person who wants to be there and bosses will see that. >> tip enough five for kristi and for all of us is get on board. >> yeah. >> this is one that always surprises people to tell you the truth. what i'm saying here if you can't get the kind of leadership
roles or experience you want on the job that will get you out of your current job, get on a nonprofit board. >> that kind of a board. >> that kind of a board. >> isn't that clever. >> very clever, like a little nonprofit, you're an animal lover, i'm an animal lover, local non-profits would love your legal expertise and you could end up being on the board, running an event. >> take it on one day, baby. >> absolutely. >> that kind of experience sets you apart from other people at work that you have leadership experience. if you can't get it at work go get it at a nonprofit. they need you and they want >> you all great advice. >> we wish you all the best, sweetie. god bless you. >> keep us posted on what happens. >> all this work has made hoda hungry. >> yes. sarah is in the kitchen with a sweet treat. throw it in the freezer and enjoy it all week. >> and then the big giveaway. my favorite. bad news. the johnsonville factory burned down brian. it's terrible.
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if you a weekend brunch planned or run out of breakfast ideas for kids, we have a menu planned. >> how about a breakfast waffle sound? >> and joining us is the host of "new york live" sara gore. and hello, sara, and these are all gorgeous ingredients. >> buttermilk, and peaches and people are intimidated by waffles, but they are easy to make. and this is the dry ingredients, and things that you should have in the house, baking powder, sugar and salt, and i don't use the whole sifter thing, and i just whisk it. and then the wet ingredients, and hoda, do you want to put it in there. >> this is buttermilk? >> yes, and two eggs. >> and how much? >> two cups. >> it is on the website. >> i forget. >> and so we are not counting the calories in the brunch.
>> definitely not. >> and lemon zest will brighten it up. >> right. >> and then we whisk it up. >> have you always loved cooking? >> always. i can remember cooking when i was 10, and i would cook when my mom was at work, and i would talk to her on the phone, and she would tell me how to cook it. >> and walk you through it. >> yes. and the wet to the dry. >> and fold it in. >> good for you, hody. you learned a term. >> and fluffy and airy and delicious. >> and hoda did not know that term 7 1/2 years ago. >> and i took home ec, and that is the only term i remember. >> i can do that. >> and snicker doodles is the only thing i remember from home ec. >> i remember sewing. i loved that. >> and the great thing about that is that i can put it in the fridge covered for up to a week. and so i want to take the peaches, and slice it, and it is going to be end of peach season,
and it is all right if they are not totally ripe, it is okay. you put a little bit of the olive oil on them, the and grill them. you don't want them to stick to the grill. you have some on the grill, and you are not wanting to cook them, but char them on both sides. >> they look delish. >> those are a little bit bit done. >> and we neglected them, and from the back, the grilled peaches. >> okay. with. >> and so this is the batter that -- >> i am excited for this part. >> and so this is the part that you have had them for a week, but, this is the great thing about the waffle iron, and it is fancy one, but i bought mine for $20. >> am i supposed to be be doing this? >> yes. >> and you and your boys love this? >> yes, and i can get them to eat the most at breakfast so i load them up. >> and you blob it up?
>> yes. su sure. >> and this is exhausting. >> that is enough. >> and look at that. look at how neat she is. >> and close it, and it is going to do all of the work for you, and open it up. >> yay! >> and a those are great. and if you want to save them, pop them in the freezer, and keep them there for how long? >> let me use my hands. and you can have them sealed in a very good freezer bag, you can have them in the freezer for a couple of month, and then put them in the toaster. >> and then put the peaches on top. >> and for the recipe go to today.com/recipes, and go to the bracket to vote for your favorite -- who needs a fork. >> okay. that is fine. all rig all righty. get ready to be blown away by our grand prize winner, and we are giving it away next. >> whose that the fork here? >> well, we didn't get to that
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the valley fire in the north bay. a new look at the fire lines -- as the agonizing wait is over for some evacuees waiting to see what's left at home. kris/2shot good morning, and thanks for joining us. i'm kris sanchez. scott/2shot and i'm scott mcgrew. scott/boxes here are the latest numbers: it's getting bigger: the fire has swelled to 67-thousand acres ... =add= and destroyed at least 585 homes - along with hundreds of other buildings. =add= one person - a retired and disabled teacher - did not make it out alive. =add= at this hour - the fire is now just 15 percent contained. kris/vo here's a look at the growing fire lines -- courtesy of google maps. it started in cobb in lake county -- and spread south into sonoma and napa counties.