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news, weather and traffic on the nbc 10 app. tap the app for updates on the earthquake in italy today and the situation on 422. a powerful earthquake rocks central italy overnight causing widespread devastation. at least 37 people killed as crews dig for survivors out of the rubble. trouble looming. a big storm brewing in the atlantic and gaining strength. it could become a hurricane as early as this weekend. florida, louisiana, texas, all potentially in its path. blurred lines. donald trump back on the attack. >> it is now abundantly clear that the clintons set up a business to profit from public office. >> this time over a new report showing more than half of hillary clinton's non-government meetings as secretary of state were with donors to her family's
charity. this morning, why the clinton campaign is calling that report utterly flawed. and cashing in? a new twist in the controversy surrounding the skyrocketing cost of life saving epipens. the salary of the head of the company that makes them rising from $2 million to nearly $19 million in just eight years. the outrage and the company's explanation "today," wednesday, august 24th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. and good morning, welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning, a morning that we've got breaking news coming out of europe. that strong earthquake striking central italy early this morning. the epicenter, about 100 miles to the northeast of rome. one mayor saying that his town isn't there anymore.
nbc's lucy cavanaugh is in a hard-hit area with us on the phone. lucy, good morning. >> reporter: morning, matt and savannah. it is a dark day for italy. at least 37 people were killed and we don't know how many injured. for the rescue workers that you might be able to see here behind me, it is a race against the clo clock. the earthquake struck in the dead of night. there was no time to react. at 6.2 magnitude, it was powerful enough to jolt people awake 100 miles away in rome. in this mountainous central region of italy, the earthquake hit several towns, but here in amatrice the devastation was worst. ancient buildings and churches destroyed, cars crushed. the town center now a pile of rubble, rocks and twisted metal blocking these once-idyllic streets. even part of the hospital, now gone. there are some 70 people under
the rubble this firefighter says. emergency workers and residents use shovels, bulldozers, even bare hands to try to rescue those trapped beneath the rubble. their destroyed homes. >> translator: we need chain sauce," says this firefighter. we need everything. some didn't survive. others are still missing. those who escaped unharmed in shock and disbelief. "the whole ceiling fell on my head," this survivor says. "i just managed to put a pillow on my head and i wasn't hit. i was lucky." it is a tragedy this country has known before. eight years ago a powerful quake claimed more than 300 lives. that city remains a ghost town. in rome this morning, pope francis prayed for the victims of today's tragedy. "hearing that there are children among the victims," he says, "i am deeply saddened." the buildings may one day be
rebuilt, but life here has been shattered. the mayor this morning saying this town which survived centuries is effectively gone. they're pleading for anything to help people in this town. >> lucy cavanaugh, we apologize for some of the difficulties in transmission but you can imagine, it is a difficult time. for sure. also in morning, a potential threat is developing in the atlantic. people from florida to texas should be watching it closely. al is watching it right now. >> good morning, guys. we have a couple of systems out there in the atlantic. we have gaston, but we aren't really worried about that. we are watching investigation area 99-l which will most likely become a tropical depression. this is the formation zone over the next five days stretching from the leeward islands
southern bahamas and miami. the storm moves across the bahamas, strengthening friday afternoon. but on sunday, the american model kind of keeps it over the bahamas. sunday it comes across as a tropical storm in southern miami and here's where the big difference happens. next week it hangs around as a rainmaker in florida but it comes out into the gulf in the european model as a potential hurricane. you got gulf waters of 80 to 90 degrees. this could be a major storm, guys, threatening louisiana, the texas gulf coastline. but either way it is a big, wig rainmaker for florida. but at case it is not good news for our friends in louisiana, on into texas. >> al, thank you. in the race for the white house now, donald trump held a late rally in texas last night blasting hillary clinton over an associated press report that accuses of her of blurring the lines between her role as secretary of state and her family's foundation.
we have two reports on this starting with nbc's andrea mitchell. andrea, good morning to you. >> good morning, matt. hillary clinton under fire today from donald trump claiming clinton foundation donors got special access when she was secretary of state. and now it is not just about her e-mails. >> reporter: donald trump throwing a new punch at hillary clinton. his ammunition, a new report from the associated press. >> it is impossible to figure out where the clinton foundation ends and the state department begins. >> reporter: the associated press reviewing clinton's calendars as secretary of state reporting more than half her non-government visitors or callers were clinton foundation donors. >> this is corruption. and this is why i have called for a special prosecutor to look into this mess. >> reporter: but the clinton campaign is pushing back hard. spokesman brian fallon saying the story relies on utterly
flawed data and cherry-picked a limited subset of clinton's schedule. for example, the list includes philanthropist melinda gates. but authorities are combing through more clinton e-mails and those notes from her fbi interview. >> i think it begs the question was it pay-to-play for the clintons and they've created this mess and this aura of question that still needs definitive answers. >> reporter: even as clinton allies argue the republican nominee is in no position to question clinton's ethics. >> donald trump has zero credibility talking about any of these issues until this man releases his taxes. >> reporter: but clinton's e-mail troubles aren't going away. as many as 15,000 could be released before the election, and the pentagon confirms an army unit at ft. leonard wood in missouri put clinton's picture in a training slide show for spotting insider threats, along with edward snowden, chelsea
manning convicted in the wikileaks case, and general david petraeus who pleaded guilty to sharing classified documents with his biographer with whom he was having an affair. clinton has not been charged with anything. the army says the slide show is no longer being used. all this as hillary clinton is fund-raising again today with the stars in california, raining in millions, even posing in a photo booth with justin timberlake and jessica beal, among her celebrity hosts. but it is going to be harder for clinton to escape the uproar now over another kind of fund-raising by the clinton foundation. now under pressure despite all of its good works to close down to avoid any future conflicts if she is elected. matt and savannah? >> andrea mitchell on this story, thank you. also at that texas rally, trump renewed efforts to win over minority voters but some critics say this witch pitch is falling flat. nbc's hallie jackson has that part of the story. hallie, good morning. >> reporter: hey, savannah, good morning. this morning a trump campaign senior advisor tells me the candidate is ready to roll out
this new strategy to try to appeal to african-american voters set to reveal an economic empowerment plan taking more trips to urban areas. expect to see trump push this message of outreach when he heads to jackson, mississippi later today, place, of course, with a long civil rights history. trump will also be in battleground florida facing now an uphill battle to chip away at hillary clinton's support with minority communities. >> reporter: a new pitch and a new push as donald trump works to win over african-americans. >> to the african-american community, give donald trump a chance. we will make your streets safe so when you walk down the street, you don't get shot. >> reporter: critics calling the new outreach condescending as the gop nominee tries to expand beyond his base of white voters. turning to minority communities. but the top aide telling nbc news it is part of an ongoing
conversation. among african-american voters, trump trails hillary clinton by a staggering 79 points in our latest nbc news/survey monkey online poll. trump promises if he is elected, he'll end up with way more support. his running mate finding that funny. >> he says by 2020 he's going to have 95% of the african-american support. why are you laughing? >> well, that's donald trump. look. look. he has heart for every american. >> reporter: trump has work to do with hispanic voters, too, as he talks tough on border security in texas where his name was spelled out but his immigration position was not. candidate hinting he's ready to walk back his hardline stance on deportation. >> there certainly can be a softening because we're not looking to hurt peerople. we want people -- we have some great people in this country. >> reporter: still, trump hasn't gotten specific about how he might soften some of his immigration positions. we may find out more in the coming days. tomorrow a source close to the
campaign tells nbc news the candidate will meet with african-american and hispanic republican activists at trump tower in new york. savannah? >> hallie jackson, thank you. turning to north carolina now where authorities there are urging people not to rush to judgment over that fatal shooting of a deaf man by a state trooper. the death of daniel harris is sending shockwaves through the charlotte community where he lived as his family demands answers. nbc's blake mccoy spoke with them. blake, good morning to you. >> reporter: matt, good morning. this family is frustrated. they are desperate for answers and they can't help but wonder what role daniel harris' disability played in him being shot. they're speaking out this morning while law enforcement here in north carolina remained tight-lipped. >> he would call me every day. >> reporter: this morning, loved ones are remembering daniel harris as athletic, outgoing, and for his big heart. his brother and sister both deaf like daniel communicating their grief through sign language.
"when i wasehonestly, i was just broke. he was the sweetest man on earth. it's impossible that it happened. >> i want to know the full story. i want to know exactly what happened. >> reporter: both believe miscommunication between harris and north carolina state trooper jermaine saunders may have played a role in the traffic stop that turned deadly. if they had known the person was deaf, this wouldn't happened. 6:14 thursday the trooper tried to pull over harris' volvo for allegedly speeding on i-485. harris didn't stop leading the trooper on a seven-mile chase ending on a street where harris lives. no one knows why harris didn't stop, but when he got out of his car according to police an encounter took place between the driver and the trooper causing a shot to be fired. >> one suspect down.
>> reporter: harris died just steps from his front door. >> it keeps running through my mind? why did the officer shoot? there's nothing! >> reporter: trooper saunders is on paid leave this morning routine after an officer shooting. state bureau of investigation saying in a statement, "let us refrain from making assumptions or drawing conclusions prior to the internal and independent reviews." authorities are in the process of obtaining all available dash cam and body camera video to help them determine what happened. >> he had no weapon. i've known him since he was born. he was harmless, harmless individual. >> how ironic is that? he's never touched one and yet he's killed by one. >> i know. i know. >> reporter: the family hopes harris' death spurs training for officers on how to communicate with deaf people. they've started a fund with that goal in mind. this morning law enforcement
giving no timeline on when they might release more information. i'm told that the family knows as much as we do. >> blake mccoy, thank you. growing anger this morning among the millions of people who rely on having an emergency epipen at all times to guard against potentially deadly allergic reactions. the company that makes that drug has hiked the price more than 400% over eight years, while during that same time period its executi executive's compensation is up more than 600%. nbc's tom costello is on the story this morning. >> reporter: this is the medicine being states require schools to stock. but the company that makes the epipen has a near monopoly and now members of congress are calling on a federal investigation into price gouging. >> reporter: it's called aa lif threatening allergy reaction. millions of at-risk americans
and schools keep epipens close by in case of such an emergency. 9-year-old joshua fernandez is allergic to nuts but over the eight years the price to pharmacies for an epipen two-pack has skyrocketed from $100 to $600. and the pens must be replaced yearly. now nbc news has found that over the same period, mylan pharmaceuticals raised executive pay and compensation by more than 600%. >> i'm struggling to just provide basic life saving medicine for my child and the money that i pay for this medication is go beiing to somebody's paycheck or some crazy profit mar gibb. >> reporter: in congress both republicans and democrats are alleging price gouging calling for an investigation. senator amy cloeb shar's daughter has relied on an epipen. >> how can you complain this very same item made by an american company is hundreds of dollars cheaper in canada. . >> reporter: mylan pharmaceuticals tells nbc news
the price change better reflects important product features around the value the product provides and it offers coupons to help customers with high insurance deductibles. but mylan is not talking about ceo heather bresch's total compensation going from $2.4 million to nearly $19 million over eight years. >> it's coming at a time when there's almost never been more scrutiny on the drug industry for its pricing practices. >> there is another version on the markets but doctors are reluctant to prescribe it because so many people have now been trained to use the epipen and they don't want people fumbling around to give someone something else during an emergency. al, you were talking about a big storm in the atlantic but now a nice day in the northeast? >> yeah. spectacular weather. low humidity, sunny. warm. we do see storm later on today down through the gulf coast.
more showers around baton rouge. they don't need that. we'll look at it in detail. could be airport delays today and into tonight for parts of chicago. out west, more gorgeous weather. look at portland, oregon, sunshine, 92 degrees.portland. ♪ with this level of engineering... it's a performance machine. with this degree of intelligence... it's a supercomputer. with this grade of protection... it's a fortress. and with this standard of luxury... it's an oasis. introducing the completely redesigned e-class. it's everything you need it to be... and more. lease the e300 for $549 a month at your local mercedes-benz dealer. mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. another beautiful day ahead. lots of sunshine. a warm afternoon, in fact, a little bit warmer than
yesterday. but the humidity stays low, 85 degrees in center city. a couple degrees warmer for somerton today. nothing but sunshine for lansdale, doylestown and west chester in the suburbs. the lehigh valley warming into the 80s with bright sunshine and low humidity. middle to upper 80s in new jersey except at the shore where it will be warming into the 70s and low 80s this afternoon. plenty of sunshine for delaware. have a great day. >> get that weather any time you need it. check out the weather channel on cable. >> all right, al, thank you. coming up, new trouble for fox news. the lawsuit just file by a former anchor who claims she was sexually harassed at work and then punished for complaining. on "rossen reports," our team goes undeundercover to investigate the high cost of weddings. are you being overcharged just because it is your big day? but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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nbc 10 news starts now. >> good wednesday morning. i'm tracy davidson. beautiful sunshine to start your day. let's get your first alert neighborhood forecast right where you live from meteorologist bill henley. bill? >> we are enjoying sunshine for each of our locations and a cool morning. 60 degrees right now in new jersey while it's 68 degrees in philadelphia. see some scattered clouds in the suburbs. nothing more than scattered clouds today. 83 degrees at 1:00 this afternoon. into the 80s for most areas. the one exception will be at the shore. 78 degrees this afternoon. tracy? now let's check the roads. first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington is doing that for us. where are you watching, jessica. >> the platt bridge, big delays heading eastbound. sun glare as well. traffic almost at a standstill completely. no huge problems headed
westbound. it's big eastbound delays. all morning we were seeing big delays on 422. we're just seeing residual delays left over from accident scenes that happened on the eastbound side. all leans are back hop. a man is dead after he was shot and killed during a break-in overnight in philadelphia. police say an exboyfriend tried twice to force his way into a woman's row home on marco street. second time he fought with the couple and the woman's current boyfriend shot the intruder in the chest. he died at the people. the ex's children with the woman were in the home when the shooting happened police interviewed the mom and are looking for the current boyfriend. we'll have another update in 25 minutes. always stay updated throughout the day when you're on the go with news and weather with the nbc 10 app, it's a free download. the "today" show continues in just minutes. i'm tracy davidson. thanks for watching. have a great day.
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a very strong earthquake in central italy early this morning. the 6.2 magnitude quake caused a number of buildings to collapse in several towns north of rome. rescue efforts are under way right now to dig survivors out of the rubble. a new case of zika is raising some concerns in florida that the virus has spread even farther. a person in the tampa area tested positive. this is the first case outside of the miami area. it is unclear how this person developed zika but officials say that patient has not traveled internationally and sexual transmission has been ruled out as a cause. and, u.s. olympic swimmer jimmy feigen is opening up for the first time about that gas station incident in rio that ryan lochte initially described as an armed robbery. in a statement to nbc news, feigen admits leaving out certain facts when he first spoke to police. he says he was trying to protect lochte because he had pulled a poster off of a wall. feigen called his actions a mistakes and apologized adding,
he is thankful the ordeal is over. a new lawsuit emerging against fox news just a month after chairman roger ailes left that organization amid accusations of misconduct. nbc's senior legal and investigative correspondent cynthia mcfadden is here with more. she's been on this story from the start. >> good morning, savannah. well, former fox news anchor, andrea quinteros filed a lawsuit claiming she was not only harassed by retaliated by a number of fox news executives once she complained. the former co-host of fox news shows is taking on what she called in her complaint a sex-fueled playboy mansion like cult steeped in intimidation, indecency and misogyny. she had been employed in 2011 through 2016 but allegation in
late summer of 2014 her tenure at fox news devolved into a nightmare of sexual harassment by recently ousted ceo roger ailes. the suit says on two occasions ailes asked her to turn around so i can get a good look at you. he is not the only one she says acted inappropriately. even though he is not named as a defendant in a lawsuit, she claims in her complaint that bill o'reilly started sexually harassing her in february of this year. through representatives at fox, o'reilly declined nbc's request for comment. but two guests who appeared on fox are publicly refuting her claims after dean cane who she said in her complaint he inappropriately hugged her in a live webcast but he responds through his attorney that he never acted in an appropriate manner toward her. scott brown accused in a lawsuit of putting his hands around her waist said in a tweet that, as a survivor of sexual abuse, i would never perpetrate language
or actions as described in fox complaint. according to the suit, tantaros says they are complaints to fox executives fell on ears and that fox's current co-president, fred shine, told her ailes was a very powerful man and that she needed to "let this one go." in a statement to "new york times," shine said andrea never made any complaints to me about roger ailes sexually harassing her. >> regardless of the truth of allegations, the way the court of public opinion works is the more smoke there is, the more likely people respond to the fire. >> fox news said in april issues had arisen regarding andrea's contract, a rimpeference to a b she relent -- recently pub accomplished. mr. roker has a check of the weather. >> we were looking at some
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>> yeah, i'm going to make my own appointments but i'm telling them i'm planning a wedding. we'll tell them it is the same amount of guests for the same date and we wanted same services. you would think we would get the same price. >> you would think so. but let's see what happens. >> reporter: first up, the venue. >> happy to be doing a party possible here. >> fantastic. let's check it out. >> yeah. it is for a five-hour birthday party with a cocktail hour and a sit-down dinner for 150 guests. >> you could actually move some of these front tables in that area right there. >> yep, perfect. >> reporter: all looks good but what will my birthday party cost? >> so it is $96 all inclusive. >> $96 per person. >> $96 per person. >> my total all in, birthday party price, all-in, $14,696. when lindsey checks it out, she gets the same tour, the same exact balance room. >> the total for this package,
14,667. >> reporter: and the same exact deal. great news. but every party needs a photographer. watch what happens when i meet in one. >> what's going on? >> you look familiar. >> oh, i don't know. i'm one of those faces, i guess. >> just a few steps through the door. >> is your name rossen? >> it is. >> you're rossen reports? >> yes, sir. >> does he know we're taping a rossen reports right now? >> i had a feeling i recognize you. nice to meet you. how many people you planning? >> 150. >> okay. no problem. >> okay. good. back to business. my birthday party. >> where is it going to take place? >> we don't have an exact venue but it will be in this area. >> he charges me $750 for five hours of photos. >> i'm not getting any rossen reports discount or anything. >> no. >> $750 is what anybody would pay for a party. >> exactly. i'm not giving you any kind of hidden privileges or something like that. >> reporter: when lindsey goes in for her wedding.
hi, good to meet you. lindsey. >> she asked for the same night. >> looking for five hours for just the reception. no post-photos, none of the getting ready before. she also says her event is going to be in the same area. >> probably be more than $800. >> $800. okay. >> lindsey gets charged $50 more for the wedding. pretty close. he later told us, he only charged more for the wedding because he misunderstood and thought lindsey's location was farther away. but just when we think all is good, i go shopping for a deejay and find a big price gap. >> $1,650, photo booth and two main deejays. >> the shooting star package. $1,650. >> reporter: but when lindsey gets a price for her wedding for the same day. >> looking at $2,400. throw in the cocktail hour for free. >> reporter: that's right. same night, even the same
package. >> shooting star. >> the shooting star. >> birthday party price, $1,650. lindsey lindsey's wedding price -- 2,496.i 2,496.50. almost $850 more for the wedding. the deejay company later telling nbc news weddings require much more attention to detail. the talent must go through a lengthy training process and back-up equipment is also taken. birthday parties have less formalities and planning time is nearly at a minimum. a revealing peek behind the veil before you say "i do." this is one of those cases where you can play junior "rossen reports" investigators at home. go undercover yourself and you don't even need hitten cameras. if you're planning a wedding, here is an idea. get the price, then have your friend call up the same vendors and get priceses for a birthday party just like we did on the same nice with the same services. most places we found, guys, will give you a price over the phone. we hope it helps. >> jeff, thank you very much.
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swam off the coast to safety. the incredible video has been viewed hundreds of thousands of times on facebook and youtube. tour guide nick wrote this though -- wow. got back into cell service today and the thing exploded! who would think one harbor seal could cause such a ruckus? guys, look at this just closely here. that's the little seal. what is that right there? >> i didn't see that the first time. >> that's why we're going in close. how crazy is that? the circle of life almost happened. >> i like how that seal shimmied on. the beeps on the video, is that because of what the seal was saying or what the people in the boat were going? >> i'm going to go with that is what the seal was saying. le see went a little blue on us. >> tamron, thank you. just ahead, training tips from cesar millan if you are
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nbc 10 news starts now. good wednesday morning, i'm tracy davidson. let's get your first alert neighborhood forecast from meteorologist bill henley. a lot of sunshine. >> brilliant sunshine, low humidity. that's the view of boathouse row this morning. on our way to the 80s this morning. sunny skies for philadelphia, the suburbs and lehigh valley. at the shore, upper 70s, very low 80s. into the middle to upper 80s in new jersey and for delaware, 83 degrees with sunshine and wilmington, very close to that at rehoboth beach. nice day all around. tracy? police are looking for the gunman who shot a man in the back dwrooutside a philadelphia home. he was standing outside a home in grays ferry when he was shot by a bullet. the victim is in stable condition. a legal team plans to spell out the results of their firm's investigation into this railing collapse, the bb&t pavilion in
camden. the next step in creating community schools in philadelphia gets started today. nine schools will be the first to become hubs for social health and other neighborhood services. it's mart of mayorç jim kenney community schools initiative. today the mayor will meet the newly hired coordinators and support staff as they start a two-week training boot calm -- camp. the class of 2020 will be the largest in temple's history. penn students are also moving in today. the new college house will be home to more than 300 of the freshmen. it's a brand new facility that includes dorms, a cafe and other public areas. always stay updated with news and weather with the nbc 10 app. the "today" show continues in just a minute. i'm trrs. >> translator:
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it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, zion's story. >> let me see how strong you are. >> one year after becoming the first child to ever receive a double hand transplant. we'll check in with the inspirational 9-year-old behind that incredible smile. >> it's just been crazy. plus, the dog days of summer as we prepare for life with charlie in studio 1a. animal expert cesar millan stops by the plaza to show us what every family needs to know before bringing a new pet into their home. and, welcome to dolly's world. the legendary dolly parton is here to sing some of her biggest
hits. ♪ workin' 9 to 5 >> as she gets set to release her 43rd album, "today," wednesday, august 24th, 2016. ♪ >> happy birthday! >> celebrating our 50th wedding anniversary! >> class of 2020! >> woo! >> all right, it's 8:00 now on this wednesday morning, 24th day of august, 2016. we got a big crowd out on the plaza this morning and a lot to get to. that's right. well, you know what? they say the third time is the
charm. we're really hoping that's the case for "today's" lucky going for the gold contestant. on tuesday, a very enthusiastic meg gave it her best shot but 30 seconds later she came up a little short. so who gets the chance to dive in this morning and search for that one gold ball worth $25,000? from south carolina, where's grace? grace! grace, come on over here, grace. all right. come on over. how are you? >> hi! >> don't be afraid. >> oh, my gosh. hi. >> what's the poster say? >> the poster says i want to find the gold ball for my green ber r beret. he's stationed in the middle east right now. i am really ready to go. >> all right. we'll see you go for gold in just a little bit.
>> all right. awesome. thank you. can we bring in one other special guest. look who we have here? look. here's wrangler. wrangler's back! wrangle, buddy, how are you? this original puppy with a purpose. wrangler recently passed his test carefully guiding his blindfolded instructor around. >> we're told wrangler was very confident. we are now happy to see he is officially eligible to become a guide dog. today is a really big day for him because wrangler is going to meet soon the person he will guide every day and we cannot wait to meet that person as well. hi, wrangler. did you miss us at all? >> not at all. he's focused. >> we miss him. it is so great to hear he is doing so well. he looks great. >> he does. we're going to have a lot more ahead. but first let's take a look at
the news at 8:00. we begin with some breaking news this morning. a powerful earthquake rocks central italy overnight causing widespread devastation. this morning rescuers are picking through debris. they're searching for survivors as that death toll grows. n lucy, good morning. >> reporter: matt, savannah, good morning. it is a dark day for italy. 37 people killed, others still missing. for rescue workers here it is a race against the clock to save those trapped beneath the rubble. >> reporter: the earthquake struck in the dead of night. there was no time to react. at 6 didn't 2 magnitude, it was powerful enough to jolt people away 100 miles away in rome. in this mountainous central region of italy, the earthquake hit several towns but here in
amatrice the devastation was worst. ancient buildings and churches destroyed, cars crushed. the town center, now a pile of rubble, rocks and twisted metal blocking these once-idyllic streets. even part of the hospital, now gone. emergency workers and residents used shovels, bulldozers, even bare hands to try to rescue those trapped beneath rubble of their destroyed homes. some didn't survive. others are still missing. those who escaped unharmed in shock and disbelief. in rome this morning, pope francis prayed for the victims of today's tragedy. "hearing that there are children among the victims," he says, "i am deeply saddened." the buildings may one day be rebuilt, but life here has been shattered. officials are still pleading for donations of blood, rescue supplies, food and medicine. but, guys, the serious part is that we are still feeling
aftershocks here and things could get worse before they get better. matt, savannah? >> lucy kavanov in italy, thank you. turning to politics, donald trump escalating his attacks on the clinton family foundation. trump saying a new associated press report shows the clintons used that foundation to trade government access for personal profit. the report says more than half of clinton's non-government meetings when she was secretary of state were with foundation donors. clinton's campaign pushed back on tuesday night saying that report used flawed data and cherry-pick from a limited subset of clinton's schedule. the first terror suspect to be waterboarded after 9/11 was seen by the outside world tuesday for the first time since his capture in 2002. he appeared before a pentagon panel by video link from the military prison in guantanamo bay. he has been held there without charges for ten years. the panel did not make any immediate ruling on his bid to
be released as part of his interrogation in the secret cia prison, zubaydah was waterboarded 83 times. government has since dropped its claim that he was a top al qaeda leader but it still contends that he probably has an extremist mindset and may still be dangerous. new concern in florida this morning that the zika virus may have spread from miami and is now in a different part of the state. florida's governor, rick scott, anouned on tuesday there is a non-travel related case of zika in the tampa bay region. this is the first in the state outside of miami-dade county. governor scott says so far there is no evidence of local transmission in the tampa area. state officials are working to find out where and how this person contracted that disease. we're going to take a break. coming up, bar none, the surprising reason soap sales are slipping. plus, jill martin helps you save on back ln to-school with a special edition of "steals and
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following ago. one year ago, zion harvey became the first child to receive a double hand transplant. well, today he is thriving. we're going to talk to him and his mom and the doctor behind this ground-breaking surgery in a moment. but first, a little bit more about his journey. >> okay, zion, whenever you're ready. >> it was like, okay, when i let this ball go -- >> it's your pitch. >> -- i have to see how far it will go. and i was surprised it went that far. >> reporter: before throwing out the ceremonial first pitch at a baltimore orioles game, for 9-year-old zion harvey, it was life throwing the curve balls. when we first met zion a year ago, completing every day tasks had its challenges, let alone fulfilling his dream of throwing a baseball. doctors removed zion's hands and feet due to a life threatening infection when he was 2. >> i hoped and i hoped for somebody to ask me do i want a
hand transplant. and it came true. >> reporter: last summer zion made history becoming the first ever child resip yebts cipient e hand transplant. a long road to recovery marked with a rigorous therapy regimen. >> this last year has been like a roller coaster, up, down, fast, slow. it's been -- it's just been crazy. >> we've been tested. it definitely has been a year to remember. >> reporter: zion's mom says her son may have just turned 9 but this year they've celebrated firsts from holding hands to hugging and the world of opportunities now within his reach. >> i'm very excited because now i can do more than i imagined. >> well, zion, his mom patty rae and dr. scott levin, the lead
surgeon who performed the operation, along with us now. zion, i loved shaking your hand this morning. what's your favorite thing about these new hands you have? >> um, just being able to wrap them around my mom. >> give her a good hug. you said just now in that story we showed that you're able to do more than even you imagined. what are some of the things that you've been able to do in the last year? >> well, i've been able to -- i've mostly been able to play with my brothers, play with my brother and sister. and with them two, it's like i -- i have them to back me up. i have my grandmother. i have my papa and i have my
aunt shay. and i would do anything to keep it that way. >> you got a good team with you and your mom is at the top of that. patty, i can't even imagine having gone through what you did with him at age 2, to now and seeing what he's able to do. what has this journey been like for you? >> this journey has definitely been a roller coaster. not easy. it started when i was very young. so i didn't have a manual. i had never been here before. but as a mother, you know, as mothers we just have to protect and fight. that's what i've been doing, protecting and fighting for him and for the best for him. >> and to see him do all these things, he can do, throwing a baseball. >> to see him throwing that baseball just took my heart. i couldn't even record it, it was so happy. i was jumping and screaming. he was like why are you screaming so loud?
because. this is like a moment that before i may not have had. >> zion, you threw that ball farther than i think i could throw it. you have a lot of practice? >> well with be i play a lot of baseball. they put me as pitcher a lot. but i'm good batter, too. i'm -- well, i'm -- well, my mom was recording a video but i wouldn't say her video was the best. she was mostly jumping up and down screaming. >> it got a little shaky? dr. levin, the reward is right here. i can't imagine how this fills your heart. i want to make clear though, he has worked really hard. you guys did this incredibly complex surgery and then he worked so hard every day in therapy to get here. >> right, his motivation, savannah, his commitment. he has a great family team. we have a great team at penn medicine children's hospital. we work with our shriners colleagues to make this happen. and we are so proud of him.
we won. we won to get him to this point. this is certainly not a game for hope for many children like zion and it is part of the zero of transplantation. solid organs in adults now moving these opportunities for these life changing operations in children. and we're so excited that we are at this point. we've learned so much. he's taught us. he teaches us every day. we learn from him. so it's been a great opportunity. >> it is incredible. these hands will grow with you. you were even on the cover of "people" magazine. how about that? >> it was okay. i wouldn't say it was the best photo shoot, but it was okay. >> well, zion, i hope you're having fun with us today. you know, we have a new puppy so i hope you get to get over there and pet him. would you like to do that? >> yes. >> we're so happy to see you and so thrilled for you and all of
your hard work. thank you for being here. >> thank you. >> we'll send it over to al getting a check of the weather. >> i could use your help, zion, doing the weather. >> you want to help? go on, buddy. >> yeah. all right. hey, dude. good to see you. come on over here. now, just hit this button up here. boom. all right. look at that. and we've got the satellite going on. there is a tropical storm but we're worried about that little "l" over there. we're watching that. see what happens? we're going to watch this tropical storm. maybe 60%. 80% in the next five days. and watch what happens when i hit this -- boom. this is where it might form so we're going to be watching that. okay? you want to help me do that? >> sure. >> hit the button one more time. boom. yeah! that's all the rain -- can you say that's what's going on around the country? >> that's what's going on around the country. >> here's what's happening in your n
good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. lots of sunshine. a warm afternoon. a little warmer than yesterday. but the humidity stays low. 85 degrees in center city. couple degrees warmer for summer. nothing but sunshine for westchester an the suburbs. the lehigh valley warming into the 80s. bright sunshine and low humidity. the shore, it will be warming into the 70s and low 80s this afternoon. plenty of sunshine for delaware. have a great day. >> there you go. >> all right, al. that was pretty cool. >> just to wrap my arms around my mom. how about that one? meantime, what's "trending today," what time you guys wake up in the morning. >> 3:00. 3-ish.
4-ish. >> why 3:00 a.m. is the most productive hour. there are minimal distractions before the sun rises, no one is e-mailing or texting you unless it is savannah. there is less to see on social media. just peace and quiet. in this article early bird shares their tricks, programmable coffee makers. get that brewing started at cathol 3:45. sleep in gym clothes to get the best start in the morning. >> no. >> i do. >> you do? >> yeah. >> yeah. 4:40. >> we both do yoga in the morning. >> five minutes. >> reply to e-mails but send them at 8:00. because you don't want to wake people up. >> people don't really appreciate when they get 15 e-mails. we have often reminisced about things that have kind of vanished with the times -- vcrs, phone books, land lines. now we are learning that a new household staple is on the
decline -- a bar of soap. "the washington post" says sales are slipping. 55% of consumers think bar soap is simply inconvenient. it requires a soap dish obviously, gets a little messy. some complain it isn't as long lasting as a body wish. do you still use bar soap sometimes? >> i still use a vcr. so of course. i use liquid. >> you do. because you say men and the older generation still use bar soap. >> so you looked at me because i'm a man. >> exactly. exactly! what about you, bar soap? >> i do like a bar of soap but we mostly have liquid. >> i'm back to bar soap. i used to use liquid but now the new trend in beauty for women, bar soaps. >> really. >> yeah. how about the new trend in "pop start." courtney cox now admitting she does have regret opening up about cosmetic procedures.
she said aging isn't the easiest, especially being a woman in the spotlight. here's what she has to say. >> i think i was trying to keep up with getting older, trying to chase that -- get something you can't keep up with. sometimes you find yourself trying and you look at a picture you your ef is and yself and go. i look horrible. i have done things that i have regret and luckily there are things that dissolve and go away. >> courtney says her new motto is just let it be. and the final five gold medal gymnastics return from rio to an exciting day in the big apple. they started their day with us and had fun on the plaza. they even let usher try on one of their gold medals. the girls also went to the top of the empire state building before some fun and games with jimmy fallon. the game -- hungry hungry humans. the life size version of the popular board game.
check it out. >> three, two, one -- eat! >> oh, my gosh. >> we need that here. obviously the stakes were much lower in this game but still the competition was here. i vote we have large size human scale of all of the games. monopoly. >> monopoly might be a little boring. >> for more "pop start" stories, head to "today's" facebook page. >> i would like a life sized etch- etch-a-sketch. >> trouble. >> okay. requests are in. let's go outside to matt. >> savannah, thanks very much. anyone who's ever brought a new puppy home knows getting them house trained takes a lot of work.
cesar millan and of course our new puppy charlie is here along with all of his siblings. cafe, mocha, java and crema. by the way, they're all going to be paired as service dogs. >> i love wrangler, the work you guys did with him is awesome. >> thank you. you're going to do a little quiz here. myth or truth. >> so acclimating your puppy. when bringing your puppy home you should let them run around freely and comfortable in the new home. you should just let them go. >> no. pushed keep them in their space. i like the kennel system. how do you feel? >> that's actually a fact. >> you should let them go? >> no, no, no. you should let them have rules, boundaries, limitations. otherwi otherwise, they go into the wrong state of mind in the house like the who us is a playful place. >> expand their territory a
little at a time? >> once they master one room at a time. >> i put him in there? is that right? >> puppy held. you should take him to the vet within two months after you bring the dog? >> i would think so, yeah. >> actually if the first eight weeks not only bring him to the vet but make sure that he goes consistently. >> so it doesn't freak him out. >> it is positive experience. yeah. socializing your puppy. you should let people meet the puppy excited or calm. >> i think you probably would want them to be be a little calmer when they approach your puppy. >> yes. because we want to set our puppies to be successful meeting children, other people, people in wheelchairs. that way they associate meeting humans in a calm way. >> it is hard because you see a puppy because you want to get down and play with it and your voice goes up. but you have to be calm. >> that's what most people do. then the puppy believes that's how you want to meet them.
>> what's next? >> building a bond. you should always give affection to your puppy at all times no matter what your puppy is doing. >> no. if the puppy is doing something wrong, you should let the puppy know. how am i doing? >> you're doing fantastic. the right formula is exercise affection. most people like affection, affection, affection. >> that's right. we smother our pets with affection. >> then they become unstable with that. >> what's the biggest mistake people make with puppies? >> the biggest mistake people make with puppies is they humanize them and they apply human psychology in a dog. so we have to honor how they learn. nose, eyes, ears. >> thank you. by the way, catch new episodes of "cesar 911" on nat geo. you are a true icon, one of
my absolute favorite guests, miss dolly parton is here. i'm so excited. you're going to perform a classic an just about 8:30 on this thursday morning. good morning, i'm tracy davidson. let's get to the neighborhood forecast with meteorologist bill henley. >> tracy, sunshine from the city to the shore. look at sea isle city. not a cloud to be found. a beautiful day at the shore. that can be said for the entire area. the numbers will be in the 80s with bright, sunny skies. 84 degrees at 2:00 in philadelphia. for the suburbs, 70 to start with. into the low 80s this afternoon and the lehigh valley, nothing but sunshine. cooler at the jersey shore. upper 70s to low 80s. in the middle 830s in new jersey and up to 83 degrees by 2:00 for delaware. tracy? >> bill, thanks. police are investigating the death of a man shot and killed during a break-in in
philadelphia overnight. an ex-boyfriend tried twice to force his way into a woman's row home on marco street. second time he fought with a couple and the woman's current boyfriend shot the intruder in the chest. he died at the hospital. the ex's children were in the home when it happened. police are looking for the current boyfriend. police are looking into a shooting that apparently stems from a fight in university city. investigators say a man was shot while a group of women was fighting at 39th and lud low near market street. the victim is in stable condition. from the jersey shore bureau, caesars sear entertainment is looking to fill 500 positions. the juror fair is at bali's in ac from 10:00 until 2:00. you can stay updated with the nbc 10 app. "today" show continues in just a minute.
i'm hillary clinton, and i approve this message. michael hayden: if he governs consistent with some of the things he said as a candidate, i would be very frightened. gillian turner: he's been talking about the option of using a nuclear weapon against our western european allies. max boot: this is not somebody who should be handed the nuclear codes. charles krauthammer: you have to ask yourself, do i want a person of that temperament controlling the nuclear codes? and as of now, i'd have to say no. [bill o'reilly sighs]
we're back. 8:30. there is the pit of balls. we are going to go for gold this morning. grace is
ready. she's got her shoes off. she's got spirits high. she's got great motivation. >> great motivation because her boyfriend is in the military. right. >> yes. yes, he is. >> and what is his name? >> his name is william. he's deployed in the middle east right now and he's watching with his team. >> fantastic. i'm sure they're rooting for you, like crazy. i'll hold your medal. >> thank you.
thank you. >> you get 30 seconds in there to find the one gold ball. >> worth $25,000. >> all right. >> you can do it. >> put 30 seconds on the clock. let's wish grace great luck. you ready? three, two, one -- go, grace! >> go, grace! all right, she's in. she's in. she's using the breaststroke, i think, to find that ball all rightee. 15 seconds, grace. >> you can do it. >> come on, grace! ten, nine, eight, seven, six, five, four, three, two, one -- oh! so close. >> you gave it your all. come on down.
you're still number one in our hearts. >> yes, you are. >> oh, thank you so much. >> you still deserve the silver medal in our opinion. >> thank you. >> grace, nice try. thank you very much. we're going to try again tomorrow with a new contestant. it could be you. you know what you have to do. come on down to the plaza in your olympic finest and show us your spirit. just ahead, nothing says back-to-school like backpacks, books and more. jill martin is here with steals and deals to return you to the classroom. did we mention how thrilled we are to have country queen dolly parton in the studio? look at her -- she's with charlie! we'll talk about her new album and she'll perform a few of her many classics live. of course, we've got our today's original series, teaming up with marketing company something new. i teamed up with shake shack. we came up with the roker
burger. how is it selling so far? let's get allan king from shake shack down in our nation's capital. how is the roker burger doing? >> so good. so, so good. i have my friends here from don't get hungry. >> that's fantastic. because $1 of every burger of the roker burger goes to the local no kid hungry for shake shack in his town. are folks buying one, two, three at a time? >> we're bringing trays -- trays of burgers out. >> all right. you're going to keep pushing those burgers, right? >> absolutely. >> where is the shake shack located there in d.c.? >> we've got union station, the one over at f street and one at dupont. we've got plenty to choose from. >> terrific. it is on sale through friday. we want people to take a picture
and then #rokerburger. tweet it out. instagram it so we can get it going right there. thank you so much. >> thanks, al. appreciate it. let's check your weather quickly, show you what we've got going on right now. you can see the sunshine and warmth in the northeast, mid-atlantic states. strong storms later this morning, on into the afternoon hours. chicago and upper midwest, weather through the gulf coast with some afternoon storms. then for tomorrow, of course, we look for more wet weather down through the gulf where they do not need it, including our friends down in louisiana. hot and dry in the pacific northwest, shatteder good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. another beautiful day ahead. lots of sunshine. a warm afternoon. a little warmer than yesterday. the humidity stays low. 85 degrees in center city. couple degrees warmer. nothing but sunshine for
landsdowne, doylestown. the lehigh valley warming into the 80s with bright sunshine. the shore, it will be warming into the 70s and low 80s this afternoon. plenty of sunshine for delaware. have a great day. >> don't forget, get that weather any time you need it, go to the weather channel on cable. up next be we're taking the s rden out of sending your kids back to school. jill has got a special steals and deals back-to-school edition. but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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mom was the principal at sandy hook school in newtown. she died that day protecting the young children in her care. when it came time to vote on background checks, pat toomey crossed party lines to do the right thing. that's who he is, and i'm grateful. independence usa pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. welcome back to "today." this is a special edition of "steals and deals." it is pretty darn cute, a back-to-school blowout. jill martin is here. i love your models here this morning. they're so cute! >> i have a lot of fabulous friends here.
start with a must-have for school. olympia usa backpacks. retail $90 to $120. let me introduce you to marissa, harper and caleb. show everybody how it rolls. >> oh, that's nice. >> you could wear it as a backpack. comes in a variety of colors, either a duffel or a backpack depending on how many books you have. retail $90 to $120. the deal, $28. up to 77% off. thank you, guys, for modeling. >> the duffel bag is available as well. >> your choice. >> i love this next one. what is this? watches? >> modified watches. retail $50. if you could zoom in and look, there is a school bus, look at that. something that says snooze which i think we can all use. you can mix and match the faces and the straps. >> really. >> if you have -- you'll feel like you have something new. the deal, $15.
>> that is a great price. >> let me introduce you to our next set of models. sam, do you want to turn around to wave? this is thomas. eastla. mila and sam is doing a walk-on. originally was not supposed to be in the segment by you told him he could do whatever he wants and he just grabbed a watch. let's move on to the stationery studio. personalized emoji organizer sets. i love this. because we order the stationery through the segment. but then booked mila to be one of our models so she crossed out the name and wrote her own name in there. so smart. retail $113. you get all different pads. today i'm feeling with all the different emojis and they are personalized with your name. >> that's so fun! >> i know. the retail is $113. the deal, $33.95.
70% off. >> that's so cute! >> now we're moving on to penguin young readers classic book set. you see all these classics here. comes in different number in each set. definitely go on today.com to see which is which, retail, $48.76 to -- retail, 48.76 to $53.97. the deal, $15 for the set. this is callie. playing etch-a-sketch. sam, thank you for coming to this one as well. this is the classics kids betting budget. you can choose from a three-piece set or four-piece set, twin or full.
retail $120. deal, $39. up to 72% off. is it comfortable? yeah, she likes it. good. all these different prints, different things you can choose from. go on today.com, all different prints, cupcakes, skies, something for boys and girls. again, twin or full. >> nice and soft. >> sam, you're not going to do the jewelry? >> sam's out. >> the robin rhodes initial jewelry holer. scarves or more delicate jewelry, a ring. >> i don't think you have to be a kid to enjoy these. >> these are cute for adults, too. >> that's a stud. >> retail $65 to $75. the deal, $21. up to 72% off. callie, look. that one's for you because it is
your initial. okay. this is the dell laptop and ipad cases. retail, $42. it holds mac book, 11-inch, 13-inch, 15-inch. retail $42, the deal $13. 69% off. >> we've got the backpacks from olympia usa. the watches from modify. the emoji organizer sets from the stationery studio. book sets from penguin random house. victoria classics bedding sets. the jewelry holders from robin rhodes and laptop cases from della. if you want any more information on this, go to today.com. i lost jill. she's over there with her new friend, sam. coming up, the moment we've all been waiting for. dolly parton is here and she's going to perform live in our
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>> announcer: the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. 8:44. there are days where this is simply the greatest job in the world. i'm joined now by an icon, dolly parton. she just released her 43rd album. it's called "pure and simple." in a moment she'll do a song off that album. but first we are going to get a classic. are you ready for this? >> i am. if you promise to sing along. >> you may not want that. >> oh, i do. >> ladies and gentlemen, "9 to 5." >> everybody in the studio! ♪ i tumble out of the bed and stumble to the kitchen pour myself a cup of ambition ♪ ♪ yawning and stretch and try to come to life ♪ i jump in the shower and the blood starts pumping ♪ ♪ out on the streets traffic starts jumping with folks like me on the job from 9 to 5 ♪ ♪ ready! working 9 to 5 what a way to
make a living ♪ ♪ barely getting by it's all taking and no giving ♪ ♪ they just use your mind and they never give you credit ♪ ♪ it's enough to drive you crazy if you let it ♪ ♪ 9 to 5 with service and devotion ♪ ♪ you would think that i would deserve a fair promotion ♪ ♪ i want to move ahead but the boss won't seem to let me ♪ ♪ i swear sometimes that man is out to get me ♪ ♪ woo ooh ♪ they let you dream just to watch 'em shatter ♪ ♪ you're just a step on the boss man's ladder but you got dreams he'll never take away ♪ ♪ you're in the same boat with a lot of your friends waiting for the day your ship will come in ♪ ♪ tide's going to turn and it's all going to roll away ♪ >> are you ready? ♪ working 9 to 5 what a way to
make a living ♪ ♪ barely getting by it's all taking and no giving ♪ ♪ they just use your mind and they never give you credit ♪ ♪ it's enough to drive you crazy if you let it ♪ ♪ 9 to 5 they got you where they want you ♪ ♪ there's a better life y'all dream about it don't you ♪ ♪ it's a rich man's game i don't care what they call it ♪ ♪ and you spend your life putting money in his wallet ♪ ♪ 9 to 5 just workin' workin' workin' workin' ♪ ♪ 9 to 5 ♪ they got you workin' 9 to 5 ♪ workin' 9 to 5 ♪ they'll keep you workin' workin' workin' ♪ ♪ workin' 9 to 5 ♪ yeah! woo-hoo! thank you! >> we're back with more from
down for the release of her 43rd album, "pure and simple." dolly, it is so great to see you. we always feel like we're in it the presence of greatness when you are here. >> oh, thank you. just oldness, i think. >> not at all. >> you sound good, you look good. you have so much spirit. what is your magic potion and how do we get it? >> i don't know. people always say i look like i'm happy. i say that's the botox. you have good lighting, good makeup and good doctors. that's my secret. >> you are celebrating a milestone with carl. 53 years? >> we were married 50 years on memorial day. >> you know what my favorite part of the story is? you met him where? >> at the wishy-washy laundromat. always makes jokes. wishy-washy ever since. but must be okay. lasted that long. >> you always have to laugh when you say this, you've been gone a lot. >> they say how did it last 50 years? i say 47 of those years i was gone. >> this is the biggest tour
you've done in 25 years. rumor has it you were nervous about it. that you weren't sure people were going to want to come out and see you. are you serious? >> yes. usually when people have a tour they have hit songs on the radio and it's been a long time since i had radio records. i just wasn't sure people would come. but they did. we're having a wonderful tour. june through december. canada, also. >> from what i read, your tour bus is also something to see. something -- it's pretty awesome. >> i think. i think oprah showed it unwith time on one of her shows. but i have it all set up. i live on the bus. i don't stay in hotels so i have everything i need in there. >> even a bathtub. >> oh, yeah! but i do. i don't need a lot of room. i'm not tall by you. >> you've got some great love songs on it. >> yes. i wrote all the love songs. it was a good year to do that after 50 years. i know a little something about love. >> you do. what are you going to sing for us now? >> i'm going to sing the title song of the tour and from the new album, it's called "pure and
elated so unlike the other times ♪ ♪ it's so pure it's almost sacred ♪ ♪ simply put it feels divine ♪ i just love you pure and simple pure and simple and sublime ♪ ♪ but don't it seems we spent a lifetime looking for that perfect love ♪ ♪ like a dream we finally found it pure and simple well good for us ♪ ♪ it's so pure it's almost sacred ♪ ♪ simply put it feels divine
♪ i just love you pure and simple pure and simple sweet and fine ♪ ♪ i just love you pure and simple ♪ ♪ can't believe you're really mine ♪ ♪ oh whoa whoa ♪ mm mmm ♪ whoa whoa whoa ♪ hmmm hmmm ♪ you're really mine >> woo! >> thank you. >> dolly parton. the album's called "pure and simple." we're have a lot more from her. one more song. we love her.
good morning. i'm tracy davidson. plenty of sunshine to start your day. let's see what's to come with your neighborhood forecast. meteorologist bill henley has that. bill? >> if you have your sunglasses, you're set for another beautiful day. bright sunshine all day long. like yesterday, the humidity stays low today. but we will be warmer with southerly winds up to 7 miles an hour this afternoon. that's our trend that continues over the coming days. tomorrow near 90.
the temperatures soar on friday. they will feel like 100 degrees. tracy? >> police are looking for the gunman who shot a man in the back outside a philadelphia home. the victim was standing outside a friend's house in gray's ferry when he was hit by a bullet. other bullets shattered a glass storm door. the victim is in stable condition. a man wrongly convicted of murder and rape will meet with some of the jurors who freed him after 25 years in prison. nbc 10 was there with anthony wright yesterday. a jury acquitted him after dna evidence proved his innocence in the death of a 77-year-old woman in 1991. that evidence link ld the crime to a man who died in 2013. crews are out in two local counties today spraying to kill mosquitoes. crews sprayed in gloucester township, belmar and waterford township. they will spray for mosquitoes today in landsdowne, and darby
borough. remove standing water to. the next step in creating community schools starts today. nine schools will become hubs for social health and other neighborhood services. it's part of the community schools initiative. the mayor will meet the coordinators and the support staff as they start a boot camp. i'm tracy davidson. thanks for watching.
this morning on "today's take," hello dolly. country legend dolly parton on her new music, new tour and her 50. year love story. then, which one of these stars is the highest paid actress. and my manhood on full display. we'll suit up for synchronized swimming. all that and more -- now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" with al roker, tamron hall, and billy bush. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to "today" on this wednesday morning, august 24th, 2016. i'm billy. tam's here. al is gone on assignment. he is the aftfable co-host.
he is down in orlando looking at new satellite gear. he's all excited. like the budding flutist going to band camp. he's so excited, it is a new doppler 9000. >> something we'll never understand but he'll explain it. so he's headed out to orlando. by the way, if you're near the new york shake shack, get the roker burger. it is phenomenal but it goes to feed children. >> i'm going to get me one soon. tamron, i've got a lot of feedback for the last two days that we've been on. people are saying mostly that we look very funny, the three of us, sitting at a small desk that apparently we're cracked and looks like parents at back-to-school night. i noticed that the desk is the same, it is the two of us now. >> no, no. this is why. you have full-on man spread. >> i do.
>> which is part of why -- al, he's got tiny man spread. you're like -- man spread. i'm closed in. you have broad shoulders, then you wear shoulder pads. >> what am i? larry king? >> alexis carrington from "dynasty." joan collins. that's what it is. this table is the proper size. it's -- your -- your spread. >> all right. listen, you're right about these. these are ballet thighs. they don't cross. >> no, that is an excuse. so in new york, if you ever get a chance to visit, they have a campaign. you should know this since you are new to new york and the subways. they have this whole campaign telling men to knock it off with the man spread. that you just need this much space. there is no reason -- i can't spread it. but you know, you can't -- you
can't just go, this is all my room. >> listen. i just can't do it any other way. i've tried. i will stretch, i'll do some yoga. >> cross your legs, for pete's sake. >> getting to know you, tell me something about yourself that maybe nobody knows or not many people know? >> where did that come from, billy? >> i don't know. maybe i'll be surprised, maybe i won't be. >> here's the back story. our producers -- we met a couple of times in the hallway. >> once. >> once. yeah. one time in the hallway. we're both like, like two tornadoes going through. i said this is like speed dating because essentially we were put on this desk monday together. >> oh, yeah. >> i wikipedia -- i googled you. did you google me? >> no. i figured i'd ask you. >> you didn't google me? >> no. i want to hear what you say, not what they say. good answer, right? >> okay. i googled you because i knew you
had children. >> don't believe what you google. >> hey. i filter through so i feel like i know a lot about you. we were in our meeting this morning and billy asked me a very personal question. like over the line. it was based on something i said because we were with the producers i've known for two years and i let my guard down. then billy went in for the kill. basically it was a question about my personal life and i said, i don't know you like that, billy bush. that's exactly. so something you don't know about me and you didn't watch the show really a lot because you were working in l.a. and you were on "access." >> right. >> something, something, something. >> you were a dancer. >> can't dance. >> you were a poet. >> didn't know it. >> didn't know it. . >> athlete? >> i was an athlete. ran track. started running my whole life. started running at age 4. you know i have tattoos.
>> you have tattoos? >> yeah. >> the next question, it is a personal question -- are they visible? >> not for you. >> there you go. that's our factoid of the day. >> i had one. >> ooh, go. >> it's not visible to you either. >> sidney? >> what's your sign? >> i am a libra. >> i'm a virgo. >> what does that mean? >> that means we make great friends. terrible relationship but great friends. >> well, that will be safe. >> no, it's true. so we're safe. meanwhile, yesterday -- i got sent this photo of us on the show. i don't like to say this but i love fashion and i love clothes and i'm into admiring other people's clothes, whatnot. >> me, too. >> and i do like when you write in and say you like what i have on. i really embrace that. you say you don't, it hurts. >> what about if they say they don't like what you have on? >> it hurts but i get over. it.
it's just clothes. but yesterday's outfit it is like a whole new life. there was a moment, billy and i -- i look like peewee herman's black sister. >> in capri sweats, by the way. >> you had on your macho man -- >> i had my little blue, you -- blue state, red state. >> we were doing push-ups. this was not just to -- this is a fitness test here. people started captioning. this is some of what you guys had to say about this picture of us together. >> i like this picture. >> "when your shoes don't match your outfit. #fail." i know my shoes didn't match! those are the only ones i had in the studio. >> holly says i'm praying that we don't have to wear these outfits again. >> i gave mine to my niece. andrea said, tamron definitely wore it better. that's right, andrea. >> boom. >> aka tamron's mom.
>> you won that one. stewart says pretty sure you're wearing a bud light can. >> that's very good. gerald says screech still trying to impress lisa. >> that's funny. >> bravo. here is a video we saw this morning. i love this. i think this is fantastic. i played team sports all my life but what you are about to witness is an accomplishment like no other. check this out. this is the syracuse men's soccer team in the locker room. stick with it. we are going around the horn. we've hit four players, that's five players, the ball has not touched the ground. we've got seven. eight. can they possibly make it all the way around the room. this is incredible. the brazilian men's team just won gold. i'm not sure they could do this. do they maybe it the entire way around? tamron, look at this. these guys are about to explode. you're so close, you've almost
got the record. one, last guy -- look at those guys. it's like they just made the greatest discovery. they've never been happier. nothing can please them more. >> that's one of those moments in time where, does the guy see it different than the girl? there are some adjustments i would make, fellas. all shirts off, standing up. i mean they're soccer players. they're supposed to be able to hit the ball around there. am i wrong? >> i guess you are right. >> it wasn't like the hockey team did it. but i still love all of you. all 15 of you. well, here we go. coming up, who is the highest paid actress? take a guess. you think it is melissa mccarthy? jennifer lawrence? we'll tell you. plus, the one, the only, dolly parton taking a break from dolly parton taking a break from her concert to moms know their family's mouths often need a helping hand. dolly parton taking a break from her concert to after brushing, listerine® total care helps prevent cavities, strengthens teeth
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i'm playing to close my thighs. my man spread. >> some says tamron hall, it is a wonder why you're not married. i say the same thing. then again, don't do it. #manspread. >> okay. who do you think is the highest paid actress out there? who is like totally on fire right now? i have a list in front of me. do you want me to pretend not to know? >> no. start with the -- >> if i had to guess, i would have said angelina jolie. that would have been my first guest because she directs and acts. >> and she's just got that x-factor. >> yeah. but the real answer is. >> jennifer aniston is $21 million, number four. >> "hunger games." >> "hunger games"? >> lots of romantic comedies. >> scarlett johansson. you got to have super heroes on the side.
>> my favorite on the list, i have to admit -- i don't like to play favorites but this is my girl. melissa mccarthy. $33 million. here's something you don't know about me. i can watch the movie "spy" every day of my life. >> haven't seen it. >> who are you? >> she's like the maxwell smart. i'm a "get start" guy. >> how could you have not seen the hit? >> and i haven't seen ""ghostbusters."" the first one was so great, let's not remake the second. >> i didn't see the first one. and the final and the most -- >>nd a way up from melissa mccarthy. >> on the list at number one, coming in with a lot of cash, and therefore we're asking for a big loan -- jennifer lawrence. j. law. $46 million. you were in hollywood a very long time. explain this dollar figure. >> i don't know. a big up-front fee. right? she got a big up-front for "passengers," a move that's
coming up so they paid her a lot before the film comes out. also, remember, she was the one who sang, talking about inequality. with ""american hustle,"" she didn't get what the men got. maybe they heard they were like, okay, please don't be mad and they forked over a ton of dough. $46 million. that's massive. julia roberts used to be the highest paid. >> $46 million is a lot of money. bravo to her for sticking up for pay equality. >> britney spears has a new album coming out on friday. she's with james gordon. have you seen his car pool karaoke? here is a sneak peek at what's to come. ♪ baby can't you see ♪ i'm caught in ♪ where i want it
♪ it's dangerous ♪ i'm falling >> you had two kids close together. >> yeah, they look almost identical. >> have they seen your vegas show? >> yeah. >> i saw you once when i was 11. i can't shake the image from my brain. >> that's something you can't unsee. >> he's really good. i've notice that when britney's singing, she was lip-syncing. i love james and i think he is a beautiful singer but i want to hear her join -- >> you know i love britney. i love britney spears. i want to see the show. i keep saying i'm going out to see her if had vegas. i love britney spears. she representing so many things but mostly that she's southern and is willing to walk outside with those shoes on like myself. love that about her. we need the conclusion of this whether or not she's actually singing in that video. >> if that's the -- they always put the best part in the trailer so i don't know.
by the way, a friend of mine went to the vegas show and got called up on stage. he had a leash around his neck and she made him crawl. >> and that friend's name was? >> anthony. not me. >> we'll see what happens with britney. who can forget her iconic song, "oops i did it again." there is a halle berry video doing a dramatic reading for "w" magazine. see if you recognize the song. >> baby. baby. oops, i did it again. i played with your heart. got lost in the game. oh baby baby. oops. i think i'm in love. that i'm sent from above. i'm not innocent. you see, my problem is i'm
dreaming away, wishin'. >> whoa. that could be hers, by the way. if it wasn't a britney spears song, you could apply -- >> i mean -- >> oops, i did it again. >> that is hot, right? >> it's sexy. she is sexy. how much they paying her? i don't know. >> not enough. who we do pay enough -- you know what? she's priceless. dylan is in for al with the forecast downstairs. >> i was going to say, that's questionable. >> you notice i amended it. we need j. law money. >> i'm with you on that one. let's start with the tropics. they are getting more active, keeping an eye on tropical storm gaston and also a system that's not yet named but it will eventually strengthen into something more serious. the tropical storm will make its way to the east of bermuda so that's not a threat, but in the next 48 hours there is a 60% chance of this becoming a named
storm and within five days there is an 80% chance because this is the zone that it has to move through and the water temperatures are extremely warm. as it moves through the bahamas, there is a pretty good chance that it is going to strengthen into something perhaps very strong that could either affect florida or could make its way into the gulf of mexico and affect areas like louisiana and the gulf coast. we could see as much as five to seven inches of rain through southern florida. that's going to be the area we are going to keep a very clo eye osen good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. another beautiful day ahead. lots of sunshine. a warm afternoon. in fact, a little warmer than yesterday. but the humidity stays low. 85 degrees in center city. couple of degrees warmer today. nothing but sunshine for westchester and the suburbs and the lehigh valley warming into the 80s with bright sunshine and low humidity. middle to upper 80s in new jersey except at the shore, in the 70s and low 80s. plenty of sunshine for delaware. have a great day.
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it was an 8-year-old girl wartiwart i waiting outside one of your tv shows. the name was so beautiful, but the character jolene is not that sweet, innocent girl. who is this venomous woman? >> actually, i kind of over exaggerated a little bit. when my husband and i first got married he was flirting with this beautiful girl down at the bank. he was making some sort of a deal with her, he says. he was just enjoying a little bit too much. i got jealous. of course she had everything i didn't like legs. big, beautiful hair. >> she didn't have everything. >> she had lots of stuff. but seriously. so i just i was kind of -- beautiful name with the little girl. so i just kind of wove it all around. it's been my most recorded song. other people record it all the time. >> what do you feel when you perform with, for example, katy perry. there you are on stage and she's
worshipping you and singing with you on stage. what's that like for you? >> it touches me that i had some sort of influence on a lot of young girls coming along. so it makes me feel good. and that they kind of look to me for a little bit of guidance as girl singers in the business. so i've just been around a long time. so i'm happy to get to sing with those people. kind of helps me career now. >> you got keith urban doing it. you got jack white and the white stripes doing it. >> everybody does it. >> what's your favorite version, non-dolly? >> of "jolene"? >> yeah. >> i think miley cyrus did a wonderful job on "jolene." we did it at a duet at the 25th anniversary of my dolly wood. >> so that means you don't have a favorite? >> i like them all. when you write songs, you're just proud that other people do them. i'm intrigued by all the different variations and the
different takes that people do on different songs of mine. but i think i have to say i really like miley's version. >> how about that little 8-year-old girl. i wonder where she is. >> well, i got a letter from a little girl that thinks that that might be here. >> hold that thought. we'll get to that when we come back. much more from dolly after your local news. >> yeah. she sent me a picture. on dirt and grime and grease in just a minute mr. clean will clean your whole house and every room that's in it. floors, doors, walls, halls he's so tough, he cleans'em all grimy tubs and tiles he'll do so your bathroom looks clean as new mr. clean gets tough on stuck-on stuff cleans kitchens in a minute. mr. clean will clean your whole house and every room that's in it. mr. clean, mr. clean, mr. clean! put under a microscope, we can see all the bacteria that still exists. polident's unique micro clean formula works in just 3 minutes, killing 99.99% of odor causing bacteria.
for a cleaner, fresher, brighter denture every day. good morning. i'm tracy davidson. lts get to your first alert neighborhood forecast with meteorologist bill henley. looks beautiful out there, bill. >> we had a nice start in the 50s and 60s. with sunshine, on our way into the 80s. just a few scattered thin clouds will be all you'll see during the day today. the humidity stays low. chestnut hills warms to 86 degrees. the lehigh valley and in new jersey, middle to upper 80s this afternoon. a bit warm yesterday. the humidity stays low each at the shore. upper 70s and low 80s this afternoon. for delaware, 84 degrees in smyrna, plent of sunshine in wilmingt wilmington. a man is dead after being shot and killed during a break-in overnight in philadelphia.
police say an ex-boyfriend tried twice to force his way into the woman's row home on marco street. the second time he fought with the couple and the woman's current boyfriend shot the intruder in the chest. he died at the hospital. the ex-'s children with the woman were in the home when the shooting happened. police interviewed the mom and are looking for the current boyfriend. police are looking into a shooting that apparently stemmed from a fight in university city. investigators say a man was shot while a group of women was fighting at 39th and lud low near market. the victim is in stable condition. a record breaking 5100 freshmen will move into temple university. the largest in temple history. classes start on monday. around 2510 students also moving in today and the new college house will be home to more than 300 freshmen there. this is a brand new facility including dorms, a cafe and public areas. i'm tracy davidson. we'll have another update in 25 minutes. you can always stay updated throughout the day with the latest news and weather with the
we are back with one of the biggest superstars in the world today, a living legend, the great dolly parton. dolly, we just talked a second ago about the little girl, jolene, whom you named the song after. >> yes. >> so you got a letter from somebody claiming to be jochher? do you think it's authentic? >> might be but she said her name was jolee. but i might have misheard. so i'm not sure. might not be the right one. i'm going to research it. because i always wanted to know. >> you find out, you should reveal. then you can have the person come on the show and reveal the
real jolene. >> sweeps. that's the huge reveal. >> i'll check it out. >> dolly, i want to know how you became so open. one of the quotes that people will come to me and say, you look so pretty in that dress. i say it takes a lot of money to look this cheap. obviously that's a famous dolly parton quote. i probably say it every other day of my life. how are you so open, especially being a woman when it is easy for us to show plastic surgery, things we may do to look as good as you do. why are you so open? >> well, why not be? people ask me things. even like about plastic surgery. somebody say why do you talk about it? i say i probably wouldn't if i didn't get caught. first time i ever had anything done they were hiding in a dumpster in the alley so they got a picture. i thought well, i can't very well deny it. thought i might as well just tell it. seriously, i think it is important because i am just that kind of person. if you're going to do things,
you need to choke it out and get goo doctors and make sure you are doing the right thing. don't just jump out a dumpster and think you are going to get some doctor there. but i've always had good doctors. tried to. >> you are more famous for how open you are about that and other things than for any assets or anything you might have done to yourself. when you go out on the road and you are doing this tour now, largest in 25 years for you, is it an evening with dolly? do you talk and tell stories and bring people in like that? >> i do. in fact, i tell a lot of stuff -- we have a lot of laughs, just like i always use that joke, "cost a lot to look this cheap." but i try to add some of that little humor and things just to keep the mood light. but i love the people. i feel like it's like a family reunion. i never met a stranger. i love those faces loving me. so we just have a little love fest. >> you said earlier you were surprised because songs have not been on the radio as of late.
then here you have this groundswell of people paying to come see you in concert. why are you still surprised? is that just how you were raised? >> no, i think it's more than that. course we've ben having serious sell-out tours in europe for years, australia, new zealand. but here in the united states, it is a rule that if you go on tour, you have to have an album and you are usually being played on the radio. you are the whot people on the radio, ones having the hits. when new country came along, me being one of the old artists, they played my classics on the hour and once in a while they play something. so i just assumed -- since i wasn't having hit records here in the states -- that i probably wouldn't be selling out a house. but since we were doing so well everywhere else, the promoter said, can't we try? i said, well, if you think we can sell. sure enough, it's just been amazing. so we started in june. we go through december,
mid-december. we're going into canada next month which is great. first time i've done a long extensive tour there. so i'm loving it. the crowd's loving it. >> what country -- besides -- you are ours. you belong to america. but what country goes bonkers for dolly? >> well, in europe they do it but i think i love australia myself because that's like -- it's so far away. >> they're in the game with keith urban. >> i love him, too. but i love it all. we are very popular in europe. england, the uk . >> you are popular everywhere. >> but i've been around a long time. i did movies, also. a lot of the artist may not be that popular around the world but since i've actually been in some pretty big movies i think that has a lot to do with it, too. >> can we just ask you a couple -- almost out of time. i'm negotiating. please? what is your preshow ritual? >> well, i pray and pea. in that order.
>> love that! me, too! me, too! on that note, no more questions. pray and pee! >> dolly parton, thank you so much. we will be seeing you again with hoda and kathie lee. we're not done. it is a dolly fest like you've never seen it. >> i'm here all day. billy makes his flash with the ladies. synchronized swimming? dolly, he even has a nickname. billy's nickname -- billy "the lilly." >> i'm seeing -- >> go pray and pee in this >> go pray and pee in this commercial break a olive garden's buy onstarting at $12.99. because there's nothing like a great meal with the family. except maybe another great meal with the family. buy one take one. choose one delicious entrée, like our new pepperoni fettuccine alfredo or our chicken pot pie italiano. plus unlimited salad and breadsticks at our place, and another for yours, for free. starting at $12.99. may all your tomorrows be as delicious as today.
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graceful. i abandoned the solo act and welcomed perhaps a permanent team. one thing you should know about me -- i am the picture of poise. grace. elegance. okay, maybe not. but that didn't stop me from joining one of the most glamorous groups of women to ever hit the water. meet the aqua lilies, a company of synchronized swimmers who perform all over the world. even popping up in movies, music videos, always combining the athleticism of swimming with the beauty of dance. today, they're going coed, hitting the pool at new york's dream downtown hotel. >> girls, what's going on? >> hi! >> i think i'm going to fit right in perfectly. >> reporter: the team captain, betty lee, gave me a quick rundown. >> how difficult is what we are
abou tt odo? >> synchronized swimming is a very tough sport. for as much as people like to make fun of it. it requires so much endures, a gymnast, a speed swimmer, a runner. >> i really welcome this. >> you can be billy the lilly. >> #aquabilly. it's already trending all over america! last thing, do you have any water manx? man spanx. a girdle? >> no spanx. i think you are okay. >> i'm no matt lauer. okay. let's do it. >> reporter: and then it was time to suit up, take plunge, and learn some moves. there's the jump and head roll, the kick, tuck and backflip. not to mention the dolphin, the pinwheel, and the oyster. and perhaps toughest of all, the walk out.
>> aqua aqua aqua aqua lilly! >> aqua billy? >> how did you let me get so fat on vacation? did you see that? the water level went way up as soon as i got in. i was watching chris farley in his figure skating routine. >> what -- how long ago was that? >> that was like july. ooh. the beach at new york's dream downtown hotel, thank you for letting us use your beautiful space. >> i would not that known that was you from that video. that's a true story. dylan, let me get out of hot water. >> it looks like you could touch the ground so you didn't have to kick the whole time. >> a girl never reveals her secrets. >> you don't ask him age,
weight, or did you touch the ground. >> then i'm out of questions. i'll just stick to the weather. we do have a chance of some stronger storms today, especially through the great lakes region where we could see some larger lal and of course the heavier downpours. we also have isolated late day storms likely along the gulf coast. temperatures today across the dakotas only in the 70s. the northeast is still loving this beautiful weather, temperatures in the low to mid 80s today. tomorrow a few more scattered storms start to spread eastward. locally heavy downpours down rough louisiana andth good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. another beautiful day ahead. lots of sunshine. a warm afternoon. in fact, a little bit warmer than yesterday. but the humidity stays low. 85 degrees in center city. a couple degrees warmer for somer ton today. nothing but sunshine in landsdowne, the lehigh valley warming into the 80s with bright sunshine and low hoourd. middle to upper 80s in new
jersey except the shore. warming into the 70s and low 80s this afternoon. plenty of sunshine for delaware. have a great day. >> and that's your latest forecast. tamron and tamron and billy? >> i now know, dylan, why we have not had food segments the last two shows. >> they don't want the aqua billy. coming up, everything you need to know if you are need to know if you are i was in shock when my dentist was explaining to me the acidity of foods and what they can do to your teeth. thinning of the teeth and leading to being extremely yellow would probably gross me out! my dentist recommended pronamel. it can help protect enamel from acid erosion. my mouth feels really fresh and clean and i stuck with it. i really like it. it gives me a lot of confidence. pronamel is all about your enamel. helping to protect your enamel.
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>> 3 years old. the best thing with these young puppies is get them used to the toothbrush. have them enjoy it. i like finger brushes. pop that on your finger and use peanut butter or chicken toothpaste. >> chicken toothpaste! i might use that. >> you want everything with the puppy to be really positive. >> we have leashes here. >> we do. i am a big fan of having a leash you can tether to yourself especially when they are young. that way they don't wander off in the house and have accidents on the carpet. these are really strong made with marine grade rope. they have clips on end of them where you can wrap them around your body. >> they go with you everywhere around the house. >> they do. these ones have grommets. you can tie them to a chair leg or tree or something like that so if you have to leave them for just a second, you can be hands-free. what's even more important is also having something to connect the dog to the leash that will make them good walkers.
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just about 10:00 this wengs morning. good morning. i'm tracy davidson. let's get to the first alert forecast with bill henley. another beauty. >> if you liked yesterday, you'll love today. no clouds to be found. this
humidity is still nice and low. the temperatures will be warm. into the 80s this afternoon. closer to 90 in philadelphia tomorrow. the humidity will be building in philadelphia tomorrow and the lehigh valley as well. the temperatures soar friday afternoon. 94 degrees in philadelphia. up to 90 degrees in the lehigh
valley. tracy? >> today a legal team plans to spell out the results of their firm's investigation into this railing collapse at the bb&t pavilion in camden. this happened during the snoop dogg concert. a shooting that apparently stemmed from a fight. a man was shot while a group of women was fighting. the victim is in stable condition. the next step in creating community schools in philadelphia gets started today. nine schools will be the first to become hubs for social, health and other neighborhood services. it's part of mayor kenny's new community schools initiative. the mayor will meet with the newly hired coordinators and staff as they start a boot camp. from the jersey shore bureau, caesars entertainment is hosting a hiring event to fill 500 open positions in atlantic city, philadelphia and baltimore. the job fair is at balancely's in ac from 10:00 until 2:00.
i'm tracy davidson. we'll have another update in 25 minutes. you can stay updated with the nbc 10 app. it's a free download. check this out. for senate, a clear difference. katie mcginty: for background checks, for banning assault weapons, and banning high-capacity ammunition clips. and pat toomey? against an assault
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