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good morning. breaking overnight. under arrest. one man behind bars charged with capital murder in the death of two nuns. a crime that rocked the small town of mississippi and the nation. this morning, how the pe capture the alleged killer. flooding fears. all eyes on florida as a tropical system in the caribbean is closer to landfall. major concerns it will dump up to 10 inches of rain. the middle of the country slammed by flash flooding forcing drivers to flee for their lives. governor under fire. maine's top official facing
lawmakers phone. >> i want you to prove i'm a racist. you little son of a [ bleep ]. >> the governor apologizing saying he wishes he could have a duel. and saved by the sand. two sailors stranded on the tiny south pacific island for a week are spotted after writing sos on the beach. miles. now they are all safe. today, august 27th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> good morning. welcome to "today" on saturday. i'm sheinelle jones alongside craig melvin and stephanie ruhle and dave price here from wnbc. he is here for dylan.
to work in the sos song. >> it is perfect. let's get to the top story. the breaking news overnight. police in mississippi say they arrested a man accused of killing two nuns in their home. nbc's janet shambian is in mississippi this morning. >> reporter: good morning. he is a 46-year-old man from the nearby town of durant. he is charged with two counts capital murder. rodney sanders was a suspect, but now they have enough to charge him. police say they have their man. 46-year-old rodney earl sanders of kosciusko, mississippi. charged with killing two nuns in durant this week. >> devastating. >> reporter: they were well known by their first names.
in one of the poorest counties, they settled with a wish. to serve. >> we make a difference in people's lives. we never know what that differs is. >> reporter: for many of little means, the nuns, both 68, were the only health care providers people have known. serving as doctors and nurses and friends. for years, they have given tirelessly. ultimately, they gave lives. >> a double homicide. this is the worst thing to happen to us since katrina. >> reporter: the women were found stabbed in their home. a back door ajar. their missing car discovered a mile away. >> their deaths are a shock to us. we are deeply grieved. >> reporter: police say sanders was a person of interest early on and after an interview friday, they had enough to
treasured members of a community. >> they were the most beautiful women that ever drawn breath into their bodies. they were totally giving of themselves to everyone. >> reporter: authorities have not said how sanders was implicated or has a personal connection to the nuns. he is described as a drifter in the area. meanwhile services for the two sisters set for next week. sheinelle, back to you. >> a tropical storm brewing in the caribbean is close to landfall. that could cause problems for folks along the gulf coast in florida. dave price is here and tracking the storm. what are we seeing? >> let's walk to the weather wall and take a look. this is a busy time. typically august is really the high point in the atlantic hurricane season. as you can see, it is living true to form. these four areas are what we are most concerned about.
islands. this is the tropical wave we are watching. in the next five days, a 40% chance this will again strengthen into a tropical storm. we will keep an eye on this one right now. let's look at the things that are going to contribute to the strengthening or weakening. the warm water in the gulf at 90 degrees. that's fuel to the fire. there are also winds which are shearing this introducing dry air and that may weaken it. again, wel chance this continues to strengthen. two models, one the american model which takes it into the gulf state, and the euro, takes it into the southeastern of florida. no matter what happens, we will see heavy rains roll over the peninsula of florida right now. locally upwards of 5 or more inches over the next several days. it will be a wet weekend. let's see what we are expecting over the next several days.
will see wet weather stretching from florida straight through to texas over the next 48 hours or so. again, a 40% chance this really develops into something stronger over the next four or five days. >> lots of rain in store for the people in the sunshine state. we will get to the full forecast in a bit. this storm could be bad news for the residents of florida among growing fears against the battle of zika virus we have gabe gutierrez in florida with more on that. good morning, gabe. >> reporter: stephanie, good morning. any tropical storm could blow any mosquitoes out of the sky and could leave behind standing water. with more than 40 cases of home grown zika in florida so far, that is something health officials do not want to see. this morning, florida is bracing for a one-two punch mounting fears over zika and now more
standing water. >> reporter: that could lead to more mosquitoes. officials are urging people to watch containers. >> look at your property. drain it. >> reporter: there are more than 40 home grown cases of zika in four florida counties, but the vast majority have been contracted outside the country. maria got her daughter was born without microcephaly, the birth defect characterized by a small head. her mother says she is terrified about what the future might bring. a study out this week in the journal of radiology suggests that babies born without obvious zika symptoms can have issues later and the impact prompted the fda on friday to announce
for zika. sonya knight is eight months pregnant. she took a zika test. has hurricane season ramps up. she is worried. >> you are concerned about how your baby is developing and this thing you have no control over in a place like florida. >> reporter: florida's governor urging congress to approve more federal funds to fight zika. no matter how much rain sunshine state, experts warn that an active hurricane season could divert resources from fighting the virus. stephanie. >> gabe gutierrez, thanks. to politics now. our exclusive interview with the doctor who said donald trump would be the healthiest president ever. kaci hunt is here with more on that and how he is preparing for the big speech on immigration. >> good morning. this has been a long and low
donald trump and hillary clinton trading accusations of bigotry. there is another round of rumors of hillary clinton's medical condition. this morning, revelations about donald trump's bill of health. >> reporter: everything americans know about donald trump's health was written in five minutes. >> five minutes to sit at this desk and write the letter. >> reporter: this is the letter from harold borenstein. the nominee, his doctor wrote, the healthiest individual ever elected. now telling nbc news. >> i try to get four or five lines done as fast as possible. >> reporter: it is the latest twist in the presidential campaign that many voters think stink. trump spent the week pivoting back and forth on immigration. >> a softening.
the country. >> reporter: hillary clinton shrugged off questions of the foundation has a conflict of interest. >> my secretary of state was not influencesed. >> reporter: changing the subject to race and bigotry. putting money behind the tv ad. >> i had a great relationship with the blacks. >> what the hell do you have to lose? >> reporter: trump firing back in the interview on fox news. >> it gets worse and worse. all she wants to do is get the votes of african-ameca hispanics. >> reporter: in nevada on friday, again trying to reach out to hispanics. >> doing very, very well with lati latinos. >> reporter: the question now whether donald trump can win over new voters and not alienate the conservatives. >> donald trump is expected to visit the state as the campaign works on the upcoming immigration speech. hillary clinton in new york where she is expected to receive
fund-raisers. >> let's talk about the calls for bigotry and racism. this comes at a time when their favorable ratings are at an all-time high. are these reaching people in the middle? >> the challenge is they could turn off so many voters that each one would have a different set of problems. donald trump really needs his core base, white, working class voters to come out in numbers before. he needs to make sure they get out and vote. hillary clinton needs to make sure they are not complacent and she is so far ahead they don't need to vote. she needs the swing voters and african-american voters and hispanics to come out in record numbers. this could turn everyone off. >> what she said in reno and the exclusive yesterday, it seems as if the clinton folks are going out of their way to paint
racist. they are not using the same brush for the entire gop. what are your campaign sources telling you about the strategy? >> craig, she is separating out republicans, conservatives and saying it is not the same as the bigoted rhetoric from the donald trump campaign. the difference is normalize and say you voted republican all your life. you cannot go to your neighbors and say i voted for a democrat. hillary clinton's campaign wants people to say i am still a republican in the future, but this year i'm voting for hillary clinton. donald trump is not the same as the republican party. >> fascinating. your insight is fascinating. thank you, kaci. maine's governor is coming under fire for an obscene voicemail he left on a democratic legislator's phone. it is the latest outburst to someone who is no stranger to the spotlight.
more. >> reporter: the maine governor is under fire for the issue. this is not the first time he is under fire. now many are saying they had enough and calling for his resignation. maine governor paul lepage at it aga again. >> you little son of a [ bleep ]. >> reporter: leaders in maine calling for his resignation on friday after a week of controversial remarks. >> he is governor of the state of maine. >> reporter: it all started wednesday when lepage made racially charged comments about the state's drug offenders. >> 90% plus in my book, a three-ring binder, of black and hispanic people. >> reporter: prompting this response from drew gattine. >> these kinds of racially charged comments from the governor don't do anything to solve the problem.
>> i want you to prove i'm a racist. you little son of a [ bleep ]. >> reporter: it did not stop there. lepage told a local reporter. >> i wish it was 1825 and we would have a duel. that's how angry i am. i would point it right between his eyes. >> reporter: it is the governor who came under fire. prompting a friday apology. sort of. >> i would like to apologize to the maine. i do not apologize to drew gattine. everything i said to him is less insulting. >> reporter: gattine responded. >> i think his comments were racially charged and unhelpful. i did not call him a racist. >> you don't like me and i don't like you. >> reporter: an outspoken politician and strong trump supporter. lepage has said some eyebrow raising things in the past.
smoothy and shifty. they sell their heroin up here and go back home. half the time they impregnate a young white girl and leave. >> reporter: lepage shows no sign of backing down. >> guys, the reaction to lepage's latest remarks have been strong. here are a couple we found on twitter. governor lepage is the reason we need background checks. unstable racists to guns. and another one. just when i thought i could not love this man even more. go lepage. this is the latest in a week of controversial remarks. >> not the last. morgan, thank you. heading overseas where overnight the death toll ro rose again in italy. mourners this morning are remembering the victims and searchers are hoping they can find someone alive.
>> reporter: it has been 80 hours since the earthquake hit. finding survivors are not easy. rescuers are not giving up and paying respects to the dead. in italy this morning, grief and farewells. a day of national mourning. the search goes on, but nearly gone. reality sinking in for those who made it out alive. >> it is incredible the town has been around for centuries. turned to rubble in an instant. now the sea of tents is the only thing they have to call home. >> reporter: little sophia was born three weeks before the quake. she won't remember the horowi h. her father will not forget. disaster in the dead of night.
walls crumbled. >> your family survived despite everything. was it luck? i was fortunate, he says. so many others died. >> reporter: danielle's children made it out alive. her parents did not. we lost everything, she says. it's all gone. even here among the darkness, light and life as the nation a lot of soul searching today as people come to grips with the full scale of the disaster and finger pointing. italy has done an excellent job of rescuing people after earthquakes, but protecting buildings ahead of time, that is a different matter. sheinelle. >> thank you. back here at home, it was a night of heavy rain and floods for people in the midwest. indianapolis. this driver had to abandon the
a flash flood emergency in kansas city, missouri covered cars there. search crews were dispatched throughout the night to rescue stranded motorists and stranded pedestrians as well. dave murphy -- excuse me. dave price is back with the full forecast in a moment. a tragic story. tragedy for nba star dwyane wade. his 32 year old baby in the stroller in chicago. she was an innocent bystander caught in the crossfire with three men. wade spoke out this week about chicago's gun violence and took to twitter after the death to mourn the fact that her four children now don't have a mother. and the national park hit by tragedy. a 20-year-old concession worker
the morning when she was with coworkers who saw her fall and called 911. there was a rescue at sea for two stranded boaters. check this out. stuck on the deserted pacific island for more than a week. writing sos in the sand. hoping it would catch the attention of searchers and it worked. ship saw the signal on friday. a coast guard vessel up. in a week-long ordeal. >> extraordinary. dave is back with a check on the report of the country's forecast. hey, dave. guys, it will be a little sloppy in the midwest. let's walk over and take a look at this together. kansas city overnight. 4 to 6 inches of rain. just deluge of shower activity. look at this as it begins to slowly advance to the midwest. chicago, minneapolis could have
i would not be surprised if there are airport delays today if you head through those hubs. as far as the rest of the national map. it will be a really nice weekend in the northeast. especially along the i-95 corridor. plenty of sunshine. humidity beginning to decrease after a rough week. the stationary front is going to keep the rain kind of slowly meandering across the midwest. meanwhile, in florida, as we spoke of a couple means ago, heavy 5 inches of rain. monsoonal conditions for this time of year in the southwest. a mild day in the pacific northwest. finally we see temperatures begin to work their way down after record setters over the last several days. that's a quick look at the national maps. the inter mountain west looks very nice as >> reporter: hey.
shaping up to be a nice day and weekend. current temperatures out the door mostly 60s. a couple of 70s and boston and wister. but grab a light sweater. dew points more comfortable. yesterday in the 70s. today in the upper 50s. high's today cooler upper 70s to low 80s. inland mid to upper 80s and we will do it that's a look at >> dave price. good to have you. >> you can call me murphy. >> murphy. price. >> we'll talk about this cutie. still to come, a look back at the most talked about stories and this brave boy who melted our hearts from the instant we met him. plus, president obama putting a pair of virtual reality google on and the internet goes wild. it was awesome.
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you may want the light sweater. dew points lower by 10 degrees in the upper 50s yesterday in the 70s. tell feel more comfortable along the coast line will temperatures are cooler upper 70s the low 80s. mid 80s inland and guess what we will do it tomorrow. nice weekend we will watch a front sunday-~nd that will bring showers >> a look at today's top stories. an arrest made in the shocking murders o mississippi. 46 year old rodney sanders has been charged with two counts of capitol murder in the death of marri margaret and paula. sanders is in a detention center awaiting a court appearance. three injury when a truck drove in a restaurant at the square cafe on north street. two suffers injuries along with the passenger. driver was arrested. but release.
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we are back this saturday morning on this 27th day of august, 2016. it is expected to be another scorcher here in new york we have another beautiful crowd on the plaza. we will be out there in a while to say hi. for now, here is a look at the headlines. one man under arrest and facing capital murder charges in connection with the killing of two nuns in mississippi. rodney earl sanders is accused of killing the two nuns in their home on thursday. in a statement overnight, police say sanders ways person of interest early on in the investigation.
keeping an eye on the tropical system down south. it is feared that the storm could make the zika situation in the state worse. residents are told to keep containers on the property covered and drain to avoid the build up of mosquitoes. and hillary clinton is in new york where she is expected to receive an intelligence briefing today. after that, she is heading to the hamptons. meantime, donald trump is in iowa for a fund-raiser and appearance at the state fair. now to a r biggest headlines. >> ryan lochte is in more hot water after the gas station rhetoric. and it gets turned up between hillary clinton and donald trump. and the little boy makes us smile. those are some of the stories in "the download." >> gold medal winning swimmer still in hot water for falsely claiming he was robbed. speaking exclusively to matt.
because i overexaggerated that story and if i never had done that, we would not be in this mess. >> the brazilian police charging lochte with filing a false police report. >> the ripple effect is costing him millions. four sponsors dumping the swimmer after a drunken night out where he first claimed he was robbed at gun point. in the race for the white house, donald trump getting personal in his attacks. >> hillary clinton is a bigot who sees votes. >> while also taking aim at her ties to the clinton foundation. >> it is impossible to figure out where the clinton foundation ends and the state department begins. >> for her part, clinton accusing trump of a campaign based on prejudice and paranoia. >> he promoted the racist lie that president obama is not really an american citizen.
this campaign ad. >> it is treason to heritage. a massive earthquake to italy. >> massive quake as everyone slept. its clock stopped. they worked overnight to pull people out, but mostly it's bodies. amatrice reduced to rubble. >> drugmaker mylan faced a huge backlash after hiking the life-saving epi-pen. >> used by many americans and likely children suffering a fatal reaction to allergies. the price from $90 to $600.
>> the last thing we want is not to have an epi-pen due to price. and true bravery of 9-year-old zion. >> he was the first ever child recipient of the hand transplant. >> zion and his family talked about the journey on the "today" set. >> what is your favorite thing about your new ha around my mom. >> and giving al the forecast. >> here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> and if that is not cute enough, we also got a puppy this week. our puppy with a purpose, charlie, started out with a meet and greet with wrangler and followed by the celebrity encounters with the final five and usher. >> can i take the lab with me?
any animal can do for morale. >> do you have a pet? >> no. >> you have to have one. anyone? >> no. >> maybe one day. i have kids to wrangle. besides a puppy. >> are you crying? >> that little boy zion. i saw him this week. he wants to wrap his hands around his mother. imagine how his mom felt. >> the one thing that young man exuded in every interview i saw this week is something that has a lot of people feeling. gratitude. he is so grateful. so happy. he was the highlight of the week. >> we can learn so much from children. >> true. >> you know? that gratefulness coming from a kid his age. a lesson we can take. >> you are right. good word. amazing. >> the word of the day.
guys having me today. let's walk over and take a look and see what is happening all around the country. it looks like we have high heat in the pacific northwest. that's what we are dealing with. we are off the record highs which we saw over the last several days. it is plenty warm out there. look at these numbers. 92 degrees in seattle on friday. up to 97 in portland. 98 degrees as you head to redding. things are getting better. as we head through today's highs, we are two degrees which is our typical average. above average in portland and medford. in redding, lower. it is an improvement and we'll be grateful for it. as we head through the country, summer heat through sections of the northeast. back out west in pittsburgh. 93 degrees. 13 degrees above where you should be. 95 in charlotte.
7 degrees above the norm. taking a look at sections of columbus as we head through sunday. temperatures still 90 plus through most of the region. that's a quick look at the maps and what's happening around >> reporter: hey. good morning daniel in for rob. lots of sun in store for today. shaping up to be a nice day and weekend. current temperatures out the door mostly 60s. a couple of 70s and boston and wister. but grab aig yesterday in the 70s. today in the upper 50s. high's today cooler upper 70s to low 80s. inland mid to upper 80s and we will and that's a look at your local forecast. >> dave, thank you.
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that means they get more. >> i thought that was interesting. they sell 99%? >> yes. they only take about 60% of everything that's given to them or sent in. that 40% is donated or recycled. if you want it back, you have to think about it. pay an extra $10 to give back what they don't sell. >> let's talk about the money. how do you get paid? >> exactly. the payout here is on ali scale between 5% and 80% of the selling price. >> 5% and 80%? >> the higher the item, the higher the percentage. if it lists for under $60, you get that right away. if it is over $60, you have to wait until it sells. >> let's talk about this. they sell high end things. >> it is only women.
j crew to gucci bags. a special site. you can get things up to 70% to 90% off. brands that never go on sale. >> purses that cost you so much money. you can save 90% sometimes? >> that's right. they guarantee the authenticity. >> as we mosey down, how do they payout? >> they take a flat 9% commission. if you want a payout for a debit card or on your checking account, they take another that means you take 88% of the selling price. >> not bad. and next is poshmark. craig and david, are you listening? this is for men. >> poshmark is the only site of the three that we are talking about that accept men's clothing in addition to women and children. this is more social. they have posh parties. you set up a profile. it suggests certain users
are involved. it is social. they have a stronger network here of loyalists. >> i like that. posh party. you want to come to my posh party? >> yeah. i cleared my calendar. >> we plan our posh party. how do you get paid? >> you get paid -- they take a flat fee of $2.95. anything above that, you take %. >> courtney, thank you. i have been wanting to do this for a while. >> you can find really good items. special items. you can make a lot of money with stuff just sitting. >> you have a full three closets. >> i am wearing a tie from craig melvin this morning. he has been on this for weeks. >> did you go to his posh party? >> i did. fantastic. catering was amazing. coming up next, thank you,
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>> i was going to go for bjork. >> no, that was the swan dress. >> here is the swan. the raw meat and this. >> here is the next one. >> in one of the most dramatic live tv moments of a generation, this rapper spoke five words that changed everything. i'm going to let you finish. >> i am going to let you finish. >> kanye west. >> boom. >> formal title. >> are you a big kanye west >> i took a beat to try to act like i knew more about kanye west. >> you know what? >> i stop with manilow. after manilow, i fell off the charts. >> captain & teneille. >> the queen of pop announced her pregnancy on the vmas. >> beyonce.
that. >> oh, really? >> i was impressed. she was dancing. >> serious? this performance duo in 2013. >> the guy -- his father was on the show. alan thicke's son. >> the video clip we picked. >> and the near naked woman. >> good job. >> two proud parents that night. >> okay. still to come, just two days after setting a record for the longest show, bruce springsteen does it again, but this time there is a sweet surprise at the end. leave it to a guy from jersey. we will explain it all in "pop start." but first this is "today" on
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>> a discovery in the town of ashby. police investigating after the bodies of a man and woman are found dead outside a home. >> a dangerous drive. three people hurt. the driver arrested after crashing into the front of a restaurant in binge am. >> and controversy surrounding donald trump's doctor. recent comments are now raising questions about trump's health. >> and a big surprise for a youg red sox fan. >> big poppy crashing his party at fenway. those stories
breaking news out of mississippi. the arrest in the murder of two nuns. one a massachusetts native. we have the details. >> this after an alarming assaut in rockport. the charges he's now facing anda truck crashes into a restaurant. the driver now facing charges. >> and up pitch at fenway. olympic bling to big papi. >> this is 7news today in new england. >> well, good morning and welcoe to 7news today in new england. i'm nicole oliverio. >> and i'm byron barnett. those stories and much more are straight ahead, but up let's tae a live look outside at the final saturday in august. certainly a pleasant start to te weekend. danielle gersh is here now witha up look at the forecast. >> you know, it's hard to beliee up summer is just flying on by.
celebrate nicely. things going to shape up really nice today. 75 in boston. lots of low 70s out there. even some upper 60s, so if you're getting ready to head out for a run, maybe walking the do, you may even want the light sweater. dewpoints down from yesterday. yesterday they were in the 70s. today mostly upper 50s. it's going to feel much less humid, much more comfortable and temperatures really pleasant out there today too. >> that's partially because we'e seen a switch in the wind bringing in all the muggy air yesterday. now the winds out of the north and northwest, so it will be pleasant throughout much of the day. clear skies, nothing but sunshie on the satellite and radar. and it's going to look like this today into tomorrow. >> highs of upper sevens and 80s and mid to upper 80s inland. if you're heading to the beach that's where those temperatures will be a little bit cooler because of an onshore wind still really nice and pleasant. met 70s into the low 80s.