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good morning. breaking overnight, danger on the horizon. furious winds gusting up to 60 miles per hour today. expected to make those brutal northern california wildfires even worse. the death toll climbing to at least 35. thousands of homes and buildings destroyed as body camera footage is released of officers helping people caught in the inferno. >> sir, you have to go! >> we're live on the scene. dismantling obama's legacy. reaction pours in overnight to president trump's plans to erase the obama era, from de-certifying the iran nuclear
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deal. a harrowing ordeal. the canadians kidnapped and released, speaking out this morning. >> incredible importance to my family, we are able to build a sanctuary for our three surviving children, to call a home. >> the horror he says his family endured while being held hostage by a terror group linked to the taliban. all that plus disgraced movie mogul harvey weinstein planning to contest his firing as the group behind the oscars considering kicking him out. an elderly couple reschued n the mountains with no way to call for help. how a lottery winner almost missed his chance at claiming $24 million. today, saturday, october 14th, 2017. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with sheinelle jones, craig melvin and
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rockefeller plaza. >> good morning. welcome to "today." thanks for joining us on this saturday morning. i'm sheinelle jones. >> i'm craig melvin. dylan dreyer has been here, as well. >> they say our name now. i'm very excited. >> look at that smile. >> you're stuck. >> i'm glad to be stuck. >> how about this guy, this lottery winner? >> $24 million. can you imagine how we'd be talking about this story if he missed the day? >> he found the ticket two days before it was set to expire. >> i didn't know they expire. >> they do. >> he has the money now. >> we'll get to that in a moment. our top story, the devastating scene out west, as hundreds of thousands of acres burn out of control, and the death toll from the california wildfires rises once again to 35. today, near hurricane force wind gusts in the area could make the situation even worse. we have team coverage this morning, including dylan's forecast. let's begin with the latest on the fires.
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california. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. there are currently 9,000 firefighters in the state of california battling flames that have already left at least 235 people still unaccounted for. you can see some of the worst damage is here in santa rosa, california. entire neighborhoods have been leveled. the fire that caused it still only 44% contained. raging and relentless. overnight, california firefighters battling monstrous flames that have already swallowed more than 5,700 structures across the state and left families shattered, including that of 14-year-old sheppard, who died while trying to escape with his parents and sister, who lost both of her legs. >> we are strong, and we will hold each other. we will pull our collective hope and strength. we will rebuild the sheppards. >> reporter: many who did
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it hurts to see it just burn. everywhere is scorched. everywhere. >> reporter: terry reynolds says her kids carried her and her wheelchair through 30 feet of flames. her house destroyed. >> i don't know what to do. >> reporter: now, she's staying in a shelter. >> we need a home, a place to live temporarily. >> reporter: 30 miles away, the p pascos hit in their neighbors pool as the fire burned around them. >> this was the only option. the longer we were there, i said, we are going to be okay. >> reporter: authorities say there are still 17 large fires and more than 200,000 acres burned. the sheriff's department releasirelease ing dramatic images from their body cameras. >> where are you at? >> she's disabled. >> reporter: signs of hope. guy fieri served meals to evacuees f
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at a time like this, comfort food makes people feel good. >> reporter: good on one of the worst days of their lives. bay area officials have already issued a health advisory beginning today and lasting through monday because the air quality here is so bad. in fact, they're asking people in areas like this to wear masks that will help them prevent from breathing in the dust and particles from the fire. >> heartbreaking situation. morgan, thank you. dylan dreyer is here now. here's the other part of this story, the wind. >> and that's the problem. i mean, we could really use some rain, but that's not even in the picture. now we just want less wind to deal with out there. because of this area of high pressure, it is continuing to pump in this northeasterly wind. that's a very dry wind for the west coast. that means we aren't going to see any moisture being drawn in, so humidity levels will stay very low. these winds are also gusty, especially in the higher elevations. when you have those gusty winds, it spreads the embers that trigger more fires and help t
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fires spread. we have this critical risk to the northwest of sacramento. down through santa barbara, into l.a. the orange areas is an elevated risk because of the stronger winds. northern california, the risk is through this afternoon. southern california, it lasts through at least sunday afternoon. then we could see that get extended as these conditions are not expected to change. relative humidity is about 10% to 20%, but it is the wind gusts near 50 miles per hour that spreads the fires. as we look at the forecast going through the day today and into sunday, we are going to see those wind gusts up around 30 to 50 miles per hour in the higher elevations. elsewhere, 15 to 30. again, there is absolutely no rain in the forecast. we really need some higher humidity. that'll be caused when the winds shift. we need the winds to ease so the fires don't spread as rapidly as they are. >> dylan, thank you. to this morning's other big story now. president trump trying to make a 180 degree turn from the obama era, asking congress to toughen up the iran nuclear deal or
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he'll scrap it all together. coming hours after his controversial move that some say could spell the end of obamacare. kelly o'donnell is following all of it. >> reporter: president trump is stopping short of abandoning the iranian nuclear deal he's criticized and leaning on congress to tight p ten the scr against the regime. this comes as allies were urging president trump not to rock this boat. not a surprise. but still a striking development. >> iran is not living up to the spirit of the deal. >> reporter: president trump chipped away at another obama-era policy. the 2015 deal intended to blunt iran's nuclear program. >> we're very unhappy with iran. >> reporter: the president de-certified agreement, asking congress to consider new sanctions and enforcement on iran at
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paths to a nuclear weapon. >> reporter: especially to iran's military power, the revolutionary guard. the trump administration slapped sanctions on the group but stopped short of labeling it a terror organization. the move could provoke retaliation. reaction was swift in tehran. friday, a different kind of defense. president and first lady toured the secret service training center in maryland and watched agents on the evasive driving course. that excursion came after the president slammed the brakes on a central part of obamacare. ending government payments to insurance companies that subsidize lower income americans buying health insurance policies. angering democrats while he is trying to court them. >> if the democratic leaders could come over to the white
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house, we'll negotiate some deal that's good for everybody. >> reporter: and the timing of the president's decision regarding iran comes just as he faced an october 15th deadline to tell congress if he would certify the agreement. de-certifying puts the pressure on them. the trump administration readily acknowledges that could fail because he would need 60 senators to go along with new sanctions. democrats want the united states to remain in the iranian deal as it exists now, so this is high stakes. it may not work. the president told us on the south lawn that he knows he might eventually just rip up the deal all together. sheinelle? >> kelly, thank you. jeremy bash, a security analyst and former chief of staff at the cia and pentagon under president obama. always good to have you. thank you, sir. >> good morning, craig. >> former secretary of state john kerry helped architect the 2005 iranian deal. he put out a statement yesterday, and he said in part, quote, a reckless abandonment of facts in favor of ego and ideology from a presidento
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game of chicken with the congress and with iran than admit the nuclear agreement is working. the leaders of france, germany, the united kingdom, they issued a statement, saying they are committed to the pact. for its part, so did iran, saying they're also committed. what's the truth here, jeremy? was iran abiding by the spirit of the agreement? >> well, iran is supporting terrorism. they are testing ballistic missiles. they're doing dangerous things. but they are in compliance with their obligations to shut down their nuclear program. that's the key here. in effect, the president said, i'm going to get out of the deal even though iran is complying. because iran is a dangerous country, we want them not to have a nuclear weapon, and this deal, so far, was working. >> let's forward here. president trump kicking this over to congress. what are their options going forward? what do you make of the timing of this, with so much going on domestically and internationally? >at
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effect, did here was pull the fire alarm and say, everybody get out of the building, when in fact there was no fire. iran was complying with the nuclear deal. now it goes over to congress. congress has a choice. they can do nothing and basically america will stay in the deal, or they can re-impose sanctions on iran. the danger there is iran could restart its nuclear program. as you reference, we have not one but two big nuclear crises. one in north korea. one now in the middle east. >> the treasury department imposing some sanctions on iran's revolutionary guard, as well. is that a move that could backfire, jeremy? >> well, again, iranian revolutionary guard corps, iran's way of supporting terrorism, is a bad organization. they've attacked american forces and done things around the region that are problematic and dangerous. we should clamp down on them. the deal is, craig, we have to keep iran in the nuclear deal so they don't break out and develop a weapon that can
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perspective. thank you, sir. we are hearing for the first time this morning from the canadian man held hostage along with his american wife and their children by a taliban-linked group in afghanistan. joshua boyle spoke about his captors and the atrocities he says they committed while the family was in captivity for five years. >> reporter: for kaitlyn coleman and her canadian husband, it was a nightmare that lasted five years. raising three children in captivity in afghanistan. hostages for their entire lives until their release this week. >> it will be of incredible importance to my family we are able to build a secure sanctuary for our three surviving children. >> reporter: new revelations from husband joshua boyle about their torment at the hands of captors, including the murder of what would have been their fourth child, a baby girl. >> murdering
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and the stupidity and evil of the subsequent rape of her wife. >> she was seven months pregnant while the couple was kidnapped while backpacking in afghanistan. they were freed after u.s. intelligence alerted the pakistani government the family had been moved from afghanistan into pakistan. >> the operation was carried out on the basis of intelligence provided by the u.s. >> reporter: back in canada, joshua's parents overjoyed. >> haven't stopped smiling, i don't think, since we heard. reality will check in, i'm sure. >> reporter: as the families rejoi rejoice, there are tensions, too. kaitlyn coleman's father slammed his son-in-law for the decision to go to afghanistan in the first place. >> taking your pregnant wife to a very dangerous place, to me, and the kind of person i am, it's
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>> reporter: the families reunited but needing time to heal. there appears to be in-fighting over what to do in puerto rico and how to pay for the federal response to the destruction from hurricane maria. it has been more than three weeks now since the storm devastated the island and tens of thousands of residents are still struggling in a mighty way. nbc's gabe gutierrez remains in puerto rico this morning. good morning. >> reporter: craig, good morning. the u.s. house overwhelmingly passed an aide package this week for puerto rico. those who voted against it have concerns. what starts as hurricane relief can expand. it is a longer-term assistant for the financially strapped island. this morning, the three-star general running the military relief effort in puerto rico says hurricane maria is the worst disaster he's seen. >> on the military side, we have everything we need.
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14,000. we have on the ground now. >> reporter: fema says it has 1,100 workers in puerto rico, compared to 3,000 for hurricane irma in california and 4,000 for hurricane harvey in texas. >> we have the right amount of people here. we're bringing more people in. >> reporter: the president tweeting friday, he will always be with the people of puerto rico, also warning thursday fema and first responders couldn't stay there forever. >> we are all in this with each other for the long haul. >> reporter: also friday, a bipartisan congressional delegation, including house speaker paul ryan, visited puerto rico, touting a $36.5 billion aid package for this and other disasters. do you believe it is the federal government's responsibility to help rebuild the infrastructure here long-term? >> when you're building it short term you're building it long tomorrow. no sense to put temporary patches on problems that have long-term effects. >> reporter: at what cost? puerto rico's damages could
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devastating for a u.s. territory that was already more than $70 billion in debt. now fears of a mass exodus crippling its tax base even more. at san juan's airport, families are separating as loved ones flee maria's aftermath. this woman is saying good-bye to her daughter, who is traveling to new york to stay with relatives. >> we're having problems right now. i want puerto rico to be the same as before. so she can live here, and study here. >> reporter: the official death toll here in puerto rico remains at 49, but experts say it could be much higher. in a few days, it'll be a month since this storm slammed into puerto rico. more than 80% of the island is without power. about 40% still does not have drinkable water. craig? >> gabe, good question, by the way, to the speaker of the house. good to see you. thank you again. new details emerging in the investigation into that dead ll shooting in las
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stephen paddock fired at jet fuel tanks at a nearby airport and targeted officers responding to the scene, in an attempt to cause as much carnage as possible. they fired back at criticism over whether police could have done more to stop the gunman after a shift in the time line of the events. also, police are still searching for a motive, leaving 58 victims dead. whether the trump campaign colluded with the russians is picking up steam. priebus was interviewed by robert mueller's team of investigators. he is one of a number of white house aides expected to be interviewed by the former fbi director's team in the coming weeks. a man sucker punching another fan at thursday's game between the panthers and philadelphia eagles. the video is disturbing to watch. the 26-year-old repeatedly punched the 62-year-old victim after he complained about the suspect standing for most of the game. the suspect has been
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a texas couple who survived six days stranded on a desolate, dirt road while vacationing in southern utah is speaking out about their horrific ordeal. >> nothing came driving by. >> unbelievable. it's a miracle. i thought i was dead. >> that couple who survived by drinking water from puddles was headed to a lake when their gps led them in the wrong direction. their car broke down, and the woman went in to search for help. she was found by a rancher five days later, laying on a road, severely dehydrated. search and rescue teams discovered her husband hours later after he made an sos sign out of rocks and flowers. >> wow. >> authorities say it is likely they would not have survived another day. >> wow. that'll be a movie. dylan is back with a check of the rest of the country's forecast. >> we do have a chance of stronger storms today thro
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doesn't look like much right now, but we will start the see the storms fire up, especially later this afternoon and this evening. ahead of a cold front, we have the chance from kansas city up to chicago of seeing stronger storms, mainly the threats for damaging winds and large hail. we can't rule out an isolated tornado. this cold front will weaken as it goes eastward tomorrow. today, the risk through the midwest. that's a look at the weather across the country. now here's a peek out your window. >> temperatures out there right now in the 50 stz as and 60s. plus we have fog right now. watch when you head out, especially for wildlife and especially in the shenandoah valley. the visibility is a little lower as dense fog is hanging on. gradually, we'll get sunshine as we continue through the day. that means the temperatures are staying in the 60s with the cloud cover. as we head into the afternoon, we are warming up with that sunshine. temperatures are going to be in the mid 70s today. just a touch of humidity with dry conditions. >> that's your latest forecast. >> thank you
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the scandal surrounding weinstein. is he prepare frging for a fighh his company? incredible sight high in the sky. first, this is "today" on nbc. >> cool.
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now for the download, a look back at the week that was. >> president trump made a lot of news on everything from health care to iran, but the week also saw the fury of the devastating wildfires out west and the ongoing effort to get puerto rico back up and running. >> a life and death struggle in puerto rico in the wake of hurricane maria. >> nearly three weeks after hurricane maria, 85% of the island still has no electricity. that's almost 3 million americans. the mayor blasted fema in a series of tweets for not moving
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supplies. ahe the head of the agency firing back. >> we filtered it out a long time ago. we don't have time for the political noise. >> harvey weinstein fired from his company after allegations of sexual misconduct. >> this morning, a hollywood titan dethroned. the weinstein company announcing harvey weinstein was terminated effective immediately. >> hollywood stars went public with their own accusations. >> angelina jolie and gwyneth paltrow saying they, too, were sexually harassed by weinstein, adding to a growing list of women. >> we all make mistakes. second chance, i hope. >> a startling revelation about the worst mass shooting in modern u.s. history. >> new information about the minutes leading up to the las vegas shooting. the sheriff now says six minutes before stephen paddock unleashed his fury of gunfire on to concertgoers, he fired more
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200 rounds at a hotel security guard through his closed hotel room door. >> a new twist in the nfl's national anthem stand off. >> roger goodell speaks out. this goodell memo to team presidents. we believe everyone should stand for the national anthem. wasn't we want to honor our flag and country, and the fans expect that of us. >> we would support the nfl coming out and asking players to stand, just as the president has done. >> some of the week's most memorable moments caught on camera. an apparent case of road rage in maryland. >> police say a 68-year-old man clung to the front of a school bus, banging on the hood and yelling for the driver of the bus to stop. he claimed someone on the bus had thrown a bottle at his car. >> yet another bus scare. this time in china. >> the bus was traveling on a highway in central china was a car crashed into the driver's side. as the bus begins to roll
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passengers are thrown violently from their seats. only one passenger was injured. >> in case skydiving wasn't adventurous enough, this group added flare. >> they covered their suits in l.e.d. lights and jumped out of a plane at night. they eventually broke apart. each made their way to a safe landing below. >> finally, a heartwarming moment near salt lake city. >> as the school's office manager and friend of this 11-year-old tells her she's going to be adopted by her foster family. turns out the foster parents are also adopting the girl's two young eer siblings. >> looking forward to family time and spending all our lives together. >> oh, that says it all. >> doesn't get better than that. >> it doesn't. so we'll move on. beautiful. still to come on "today," some good news for fans of the late singer whitney houston. then rossen to the rescue after countless rossen reports
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investigations. jeff rossen revealing all in a new book. spread too thin? an internet uproar after a hack to spread peanut butter goes viral after this messages. this is a "news 4 today" news break. >> hi, everybody. the time right now is 7:26 on october 14th. a lot of you will experience the new wharf on d.c.'s waterfront for the first time this weekend. there is going to be music and entertaining throughout the day today. tomorrow, there is a blessing of the what arf in the aftermoonoo. the gospel choir performs after followed by fireworks. a new town mural was painted. today, you'll get a chance to see the finished piece on wisconsin avenue, north of the circle. the mural says, top of the town, referring to this neighborhood as being the highest pot
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a check on your weekend forecast and a taste of summer coming up. ralph northam: i'm ralph northam and as a doctor, nobody ever asked if i'm a democrat or republican. they just want my help. so if donald trump is helping virginia i'll work with him. but donald trump proposed cutting virginia's school funding, rolling back our clean air and water protections, and taking away health care from thousands of virginians. as a candidate for governor, i sponsored this ad because i've stood up to donald trump on all of it. ed gillespie refuses to stand up to him at all.
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lauryn ricketts, looks like t-shirts and shorts today, right? >> yes, t-shirts and shorts, absolutely, angie. maybe not this morning. maybe a sweater this morning. temperatures in the 50s and 60s. by this afternoon, things will be above normal. this morning, we're sitting most of the time in the 60s due to the cloud cover. then we start to see sunshine after lunch. nothing on the storm team radar right now. if you're running errands or out and about this afternoon, temperatures are going to warm up. mid 70s for day time highs as we get sunshine this afternoon. maybe a touch of humidity. really not going to be that bad. tomorrow, we are in the mid 80s. we have rain chances after 7:00 tomorrow night. through 7:00 a.m. on monday, look
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monday, 60s for pretty much the beginning of next week. angie? >> thank you, lauryn. more breaking news and your weather in 25 minutes. for now, back to new york city and "today." we're back on this saturday morning, october 14th, 2017. >> very busy news morning. let's start this half hour with a check of the headlines. that devastating scene out west. fire storm. >> where are you at? come on! >> she's disabled. >> at least 35 people killed as wildfires rage across california. nearly 6,000 homes torched. near hurricane force winds are expected later today. >> everywhere is scorched. dismantling the obama era. >> we're very unhappy with iran. >> president trump threatening to scrap the iran deal reached by the obama administration. >> in the event we are not able to reach a solution working with congress and our ie
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the agreement will be terminated. defending a move that could dismantle obamacare, slashing health care subsidies for low income americans. fake news? twitter working with congressional investigators, loogi in looking into russia's attempts to influence the 2016 election. the company handing over the profile names of more than 200 accounts linked to the russians. that's rich. a new jersey grandfather finds a $24 million winning lotto ticket in his shirt. finding it the day it was set to expire. the school choir in baltimore reminding us how to deal with adversity, through song. ♪ i'll rise up ♪ we rise up >> bringing many to tears today, saturday, october 14th, 2017. >> powerful voices there. >> we'll have that for you in a bit. also this morning, a big meeting happening l
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future with the oscars. academy of motion picture arts and sciences is expected to decide whether to kick the movie mogul out of the academy. this after dozens of reports of sexual harassment allegations against him. nbc's anne thompson has more of that, the latest victim to come forward, and weinstein's future with his own company. >> where are your kids? >> reporter: harvey weinstein ask getting ready for a fight. nbc news confirms the one-time megap mega-producer will contest his firing at the weinstein's board meeting next week, claiming he was let go without mediation or arbitration as his contract specifies. three dozen women accuse weinstein of sexual harassment or misconduct. angie saying her encounter happened on a boat at the venice film festival. >> he takes his pants down and starts doing his
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weinstein told her not to tell anyone. weinstein's future with the academy of the awards oscars is on the line. >> they could issue a statement contemning him, going up to the high end where they could expel him from the organization. >> reporter: among those, tom hanks, whoopi goldberg and stephven spielberg. woody allen denied claims he abused his adopted daughter. bill cosby accused of drugging and molesting women. >> this is uncharted territory for the academy. bill cosby is still a member. palanski is still a member. weinstein, for the allegations against him, has not been convicted of a crime. >> reporter: weinstein has not even been charged with a crime, and he denies the allegations of
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on social media, the hashtag women boycott twitter trending friday to support actress rose mcgowan, critical of weinstein on twitter. the platform suspended her account for posting a phone number, violation of twitter rules. chrissy teigen, mark ruffalo and john cusack going silent. more people taking a stand to stop what was once an industry secret. for "today," anne thompson, nbc news, new york. dylan, another check of the weather? >> warmup into the northeast. temperatures well above average, especially as we get into tomorrow. feeling like summer in some areas. even though it is pretty much mid-october already. memphis, 89 degrees for a high today, 14 degrees above average. chicago, close to 70. pittsburgh, 78. atlanta, 81. houston, 91 degrees. tomorrow, washington, d.c. should be about 16 degrees above average, topping in the low 80s. boston in the mid 70s.
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same for cleveland. then we'll see the cold front, the one producing the stronger storms through the midwest this afternoon, that will drop temperatures for a couple days. milwaukee dropping to 62 on monday. 66 on tuesday. near 69 on wednesday. new york city dips into the lower 60s to start off the work week but back to the 70s on wednesday. through raleigh, we'll take a trip to the mid 60s and get back to 71 on wednesday. that's a look at the weather across the country. now a peek out your window. >> we'feeling like fall into ne week, which is welcome for a lot of people. 66 yesterday, feeling like fall wh though we had rain. the temperatures are rising slowly. 50s and 60s as you make your way out the door. if you're going to the renaissance festival in crownsville, temperatures in the 60s. it'll be dry into the afternoon. no rain out there today, but maybe some rain late on sunday into early monday. otherwise, we're dry. >> that's your latest forecast. >
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>> we'll take it. ahead this morning, mindy kaling opening up about motherhood, whether she's having a boy or girl, and how oprah spilled the beans on the fact she was pregnant. >> at least it's oprah. up next, jeff rossen on his new book. a behind the scenes look at what it takes to put the rossen reports investigations together, after these messages. fear not fred, the front half washed his shirt with gain. and that smell puts the giddy in "giddy-up"! ah... the irresistible scent of gain flings laundry detergent. you can't help but smell happy. at carmax, we buy all the cars. uh, all the cars? all the cars. old cars? yes. new cars? oh, yeah. sports cars? indeed. a big ol' boat-like car? permission to come aboard!
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great! geico can help insure our mountain chalet! how long have we been sawing this log? um, one hundred and fourteen years. man i thought my arm would be a lot more jacked by now. i'm not even sure this is real wood. there's no butter in this churn. do my tris look okay? take a closer look at geico. great savings. and a whole lot more. we are back on a saturday morning with some lessons learned from years of investigative reporting. >> our colleague, jeff rossen, is out with a new book called "rossen to the rescue." it is filled with tips, tricks and behind the scene s stories about all the rossen reports investigations. good to have you. >> thanks for having me. i appreciate it. >> you have so many fans. we've watched you walk over hot coals. you go undercover. putting yourself in a flash flood. i know you have some behind the scenes stories or some
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book. the stuff we couldn't say on television. there are a lot of behind the scene s anecdotes. people ask me, do you ever regret doing one of the stories? right in the middle of shooting our coast guard rescue story, we were doing a story about how to survive if you're stranded at sea and what is it like to get rescued by the coast guard? there i am. the coast guard drops me in the middle of the atlantic ocean. the chopper is going to get me. i'm afraid of heights. >> i remember this. >> i'm eating saltwater like it's my job. i thought to myself in the middle, this is stupid. and the night before, what people don't realize, the coast guard in miami made me go through all of this stuff before they dropped me in the ocean. they made me go into a pool and do these laps, tread water for ten minutes. it started raining before we did it but they made me do it anyway. >> walking on hot coals was one of my favorite rossen reports. what should you
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>> there i am. >> how do you minimize injury? >> clench your butt. keep your hands up like that, palms up. just before this, a little behind the scenes anecdote, they take this seriously, these motivational groups. they made me sit in a circle, like a kumbaya moment. have an hour of spiritual training to get ready to walk over the hot coals. whether you believe it or not, it is interesting. it felt like walking on hot sand. >> your parents have been got. your friends have been got. >> no one is safe, craig. >> are they wise to you now? >> you'd think they would be. >> hacked their e-mails earlier this year. >> we want to show how to avoid becoming a victim of these things. i like to involve my parents and producers. we can all fall for this. you don't have to be stupid to fall for these hackers' tricks. that's what we talk about in the book. you have great tips. what's the best way to show that?
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and my producer who does this for a living, they can be got, too. >> we have 30 seconds left. you have a lot of real-world results from reporting. tell us about your biggest stories to date, or one that comes to mind. >> i'll tell you one that's funny, the most popular one i've done. >> it's his favorite. >> the dirty underwear. >> you love it? >> savannah guthrie's fey ravor story. matt lauer, not so much. we had a whistleblower from victoria's secret saying they are reselling used underwear. they're retagging it and putting it back on the shelves. we sent producers in undercover. victoria's secret said they're retraining the entire staff. we checked a bunch of retailers, and a bunch of them are doing it. crazy stuff. people still talk about it today. >> congratulations, jeff. you have the whole gang together on a week night, which is a feat. it was a book signing. did you sign my book? i don't think you did. >> it was a book party, sheinelle. i don't always have to be at work. i'll sign your book. >> exactly. >> it was a great party. >> thank you for coming and the suppor
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i have peanut butter all over me. this video is called the brilliant peanut butter hack you never knew you needed. bev uses a wooden spoon to spread peanut butter on parchment paper, covers it with more and freezes it overnight. cut it into squares, and it shaves five seconds per sandwich. >> perfect. >> this video has more than 10 million views and not everybody is on board. social media is having a field day with this one. let's go through the comments. laura writes, love this. since having kids, i had to quit my job due to the amount of time i needed to spread peanut butter each day. maybe i can go to work part time. jon says, show someone making ice cubes next. post the recipe. someone says, if you have trouble slicing the apple, freeze it, throw it against the wall and it'll smash into 1,000 pieces. sweep them up and easy to eat apple pieces. >> funny.
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i like the idea. then again, my mom, on sunday nights, would make a stack of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, throw them in the freezer and put them in the lunchbox. >> now we pay for it. crustables. didn't you make a pb and j. >> i thought you put on the peanut butter for me. >> you asked if you can put peanut butter on a toasted bagel. >> what not to do before a live shot, eat peanut butter. >> i thought i did all right. >> speaks volumes as to where we are as a society, that we need hacks for pb&j. stories of survivor. friends who survived the las vegas shooting and the wildfires in southern california. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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with an incredible story of two friends who escape national tragedies twice. >> morgan radford has their story of survival. ♪ dear hate it was supposed to be the happiest day of their lives. >> it was a weekend we were never going to forget. >> we couldn't stop giggling. >> gallo and brown, best friends, making a video, snapchatting at the route 91 country music festival. complete with backstage passes. >> looking out at the crowd, there were so many people out there just having the time of their lives. >> reporter: until suddenly. shots rang out. >> in the beginning i thought it was fireworks. it was as quiet as could be until the shooting stopped. >> reporter: their best day became the worst. >> kids that lost their moms and moms that lost their kids. i just -- my heart hurts for them. >> reporter: devastated, they made it home to southern california.
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ever. >> reporter: only to be caught in another horror. the anaheim fires 100 feet from the home. >> immediately, i could see these flames, and i just could not believe what was happening. >> it was unbelievable, that after everything, she was still getting hit with these low blows. >> reporter: they survived again. but the week's lessons etched in their memories forever. >> we're not going to let fear take over us. i hope others do the same. >> reporter: the only way to move forward, they say, is together. morgan radford, nbc news, anaheim, california. still to come, the latest on the deadly wildfires and the residents working to escape the flames. first, these messages.
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it's a big deal. and it's how edward jones makes sense of investing. >> announcer: this is a "news 4 today" news break. >> time is 7:56 on this saturday, october 14th. good morning. i'm david culver. let's get a check of the headlines. a lot of folks experiencing the
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wharf d.c. waterfront for the first time this weekend. more music and entertainment throughout the day. tomorrow, there is a blessing of the wharf in the afternoon. a performance by the howard gospel choir followed by fireworks that happens at sunset. here's something to check out this weekend. the galleries of art is reopening on the national mall after being closed for two years. look at this. this is cool. it's hosting the illuminasia festival. starts tonight at 5:00 with a food market and that awesome light show. mesmerizing there. we'll check in with the forecast with lauryn ricketts after this.
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lauryn ricketts, angie goff likes to call this t-short weather. >> she was saying that earlier and i was dying. oh, man. angieism, i love it. you know what? t-shirt and shorts, absolutely. i think that's what she was getting at. this morning, temperatures are in the 60s and 70s. we have fog out there, as well. visibility is down quite a bit. watch out for the wildlife, the deer out there as you make your way out. look at this, especially by this afternoon, we're warming up to the mid to upper 70s and we get sunshine. t-shirt and short type weather out there. no rain to talk about, so enjoy your day. it is going to be a beautiful day. a beautiful day tomorrow, as well. rain not until after
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tomorrow night, ending 7:00 a.m. monday morning. then we are dry and feeling like fall. >> looking good. hang around. you, me and angie back at 8:30 with a full hour of your news and weather. good morning. good morning. breaking overnight. danger on the horizon. intense winds are expected to pick up today in northern california, making a terrible situation even worse. firefighters working around the clock, battling those flames, will have to contend with winds up to 60 miles per hour. thousands of homes and buildings already destroyed as the death toll rises yet again. we're live with the latest. dismantling obama's legacy. democrats furious this morning after president trump unveiled his plans to de-decertify the in deal and slash a
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graveyard for old planes. we take you inside the military facility where thousands of old war planes are being held, decades after taken out of service. how these planes are being brought back to life today, saturday, october 14th, 2017. ♪ >> what are you celebrating today? >> my 13th birthday. >> yay! >> last time you were here, you were 13. now you're? >> 16. >> where are you ladies from? >> kentucky. >> first time in new york. >> you celebrated a birthday. >> yes, sweet 16. whew! >> who were the first people on the plaza this morning? >> we were! >> what are you celebrating? >> our 13th birthday. >> happy birthday, graham. >> i'm graham. >> good saturday mog.
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this is a good crowd. >> awesome crowd. i just met folks from my hometown, wichita, kansas. apparently, her daughters took tap class with me back in the day. >> doesn't surprise me. >> it is a small world. >> wichita sure is. it was a joke! wichita joke! >> thanks for coming out. >> a bunch of them? >> just the one. >> let's begin with today's news. >> reporter: i'm morgan radford in santa rosa, california. there are 17 large fires raging throughout the state. 9,000 firefighters here to help battle them. what's left, scenes like this. entire houses burned to the ground. neighborhoods completely leveled. raging and relentless. overnight, california firefighters continued battling monstrous flames that have more swallowed more than 5700 structures across t
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left families shattered. including 14-year-old sheppard, who died trying to escape with his parents and sister, who lost both of her legs. >> we are strong, and we will hold each other. we will pull our collective hope and strength. we will rebuild the sheppards. >> reporter: many who did survive lost everything. >> this is our home. it hurts to see it just burn. everywhere is scorched. everywhere. >> reporter: terry reynolds says her kids carried her and her wheelchair through 30 feet of flames. her house destroyed. 30 miles away, john and january pasco hid in their neighbor's pool for six hours as the fire burned around them. >> this was our only option. the longer they were there, the more i said, we're riding it out. we'll be okay. >> reporter: the sheriff's department releasing these dramatic rescue images from body came cameras. >> where are you at? >> co
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>> reporter: out of the flames, signs of hope. celebrity chef guy fieri served thousands of hot meals to evacuees and first responders. >> give them comfort food. at a time like this, comfort food makes people feel good. >> reporter: good on one of the worst days of their lives. so far, at least 35 people have been reported dead and still 235 unaccounted for. meanwhile, there's a health advisory in effect between today and monday morning because the air quality here is so poor. back to you. >> morgan radford for us. thank you. to politics. overnight reaction on both sides to president trump's plans to de-certify the iran nuclear deal and cut a key component of obamacare. kelly o'donnell is at the white house with more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, sheinelle. first, let's take obamacare. president trump is ending a key subsidy that was intended to make buying health insurance more affordable for low-income families. the president says the federal government will no longer make
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plans. president trump argues those payments were a kind of bailout for the insurance industry. critics fear the move will mean premiums will rise and fewer americans can get coverage. foreign policy, president trump is accusing iran of failing to live up to the spirit of the iranian nuclear deal. while not tearing it up, at least not yet. president trump is telling congress he will not certify the agreement as required by law by tomorrow. he's, instead, urging congress to enact new sanctions and enforcement measures on iran for some' other issues like its missile program, while also going after the iranian revolutionary guard for its financing of terrorism. the steps worry european allies who say iran is living up to the nuclear part of the agreement, and say this could cause iran to take counteraction. sheinelle? >> kelly, thank you. the investigation into whether the trump campaign colluded with the russians is picking up steam.
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staff reince priebus was interviewed friday by special counsel robert mueller's team of investigators. he is one of a number of current and former white house aides expected to be interviewed by the former fbi director's team in the coming weeks. the canadian man held hostage with his american wife and their children by a taliban-linked group in afghanistan spoke after landing in canada overnight about their terrifying ordeal, including the murder of what would have been their fourth child. >> the stupidity and evil of authorizing the murder of my infant daughter, and the stupidity and evil of the subsequent rape of my wife. >> the couple and their three children were rescued wednesday, five years after being abducted while backpacking in afghanistan. dylan dreyer stayed outside. she's on the plaza with another check of the weather. >> good morning, guys. i found my favorite sign on the plaza this morning. how are you? >> good. >> what's your message to everyone? >> for everybody to be kin
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>> here here on a saturday morning. a round of applause for that sentiment. let's take a look at what's going on across the country. out west, it is all about the fire danger. we do have red flag warnings mainly through today, through northern california, and lasting through at least tomorrow afternoon through southern california. winds could gust up near 50 miles per hour. humidity is very low. we also have to watch out for stronger storms developing through the midwest later on this afternoon, from chicago to kansas city. large hail, damaging winds possible. we can't rule out a tornado, too. tomorrow, the front will move to the east. the storms will weaken. we will still see isolated storms. behind that front, temperatures drop back to the 50s. it is going to feel more fall like. up and down the east coast, temperatures will be running 15 degrees above average. look for highs in the 70s and 80s. that's a look at the weather across the country. now here's a peek out your window. >> dilylan had a jacket in new york. we may need one this morning. it's on the chilly side. temperatures in the 50s and 60s
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you can see it from our tower camera, i do expect the fog to burn off as we continue through the morning. mid-morning we'll start to see it burn off. the visibilities are low. 50s and 60s now. we are going to warm up into the mid 70s today. by tomorrow, we're in the mid 80s. we're dry into late tomorrow night. >> that's your latest forecast. sheinelle and craig? >> dylan, thank you. still ahead, paid time off to take care of your pet. it's happening. we'll tell you where. and we have your first look at the new season of "stranger things." that's coming up in pop start after these messages. to the bowl to the spoon bowl to the spoon to the mouth of the boy in the room room for that goodness... inside him to bloom good goes around... and around... and around. seed to the oat to the o on the first day of school schoolin' your sister on why... and just how to be cool cool if she hangs, you can show her what's good good goes around... and around... and around.
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♪ we're back on a saturday morning. it is time to trend, shall we? >> take us to the trending. >> this is an interesting one. we're talking about pets this morning. for millions of you and their four-legged friends are members of your family. what happens when fido or fluffy is sick. would you stay home from work to take care of them? in italy, one woman is getting a paid day for it. her dog needed surgery, so anna, who worked at an italian university in rome and lives alone asked her boss if she could take paid sick leave to take care of her dog. her boss eventually agreed. the decision is being
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this could become policy in the future. her argument was, look, i don't have a family. this guy is my family. >> they are your family. >> there you go. >> i will say, when i first got bosko, brian and i took a week off of work to train her right in the beginning. >> aw. >> she was potty trained within a week. she is an amazing dog. stop. have a heart, craig. >> i do. all i'm saying is 12 weeks is what our company gives women when they have babies. >> she took one day. >> it was 12 weeks! >> maybe it was a very sick dog. >> now he's all better. >> 16 weeks. i've been corrected. 16 weeks. >> paid leave. here's this thing -- >> that's ridiculous. >> she can use her sick leave however she wants. >> you agree with craig? we asked you on twitter. more than 5,000 people weighed in mathis morning. 55% of you think pet owners should not -- 58%. >> good to see reasonable people. >> 42% think
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>> who is voting are reasonable people. >> are pet owners voting or people without pets? >> we didn't ask that. >> you need to feel the feeling. >> 42% of people think. >> if my dog was sick right now, it'd be difficult to be here. >> i get that. 16 weeks. >> a little excessive. i'll give you that. >> how about pop start? >> let's talk about pop start. first up, we're talking about stranger things. the internet, myself, is freaking out. netflix dropped the trailer for season two of the hit show. by the looks of it, things are getting even stranger in hawkins, indiana. check it out. >> halloween night, we saw a shadow. reaching in. if anyone knows how to destroy this thing, it's will. >> i just want to keep watching. >> so cool. >> so good. season two kicks off on halloween night and pays homage to a number of hollywood classic
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catch the new season on netflix on october 27th. not too far from now. moving on to mindy kaling, mom to be. the actress paid a visit to the "ellen" show on friday and revealed the gender of her baby. it's a girl for mindy. she also opened up about her wrinkle in time co-star oprah w winfrey who accidentally spilled the beans to the pregnancy. >> if anyone was going to announce big news about your private life, oprah winfrey is the person. you can't complain much about it. you can't be like, oprah, zip it. >> yeah, no. >> because that's -- she's almost like a religious figure. >> right. >> so i actually thought, okay, there's one person i have to tell my daughter about that revealed her existence to the world, oprah is pretty good. >> she's got a very good point there. baby girl is due later this fall. finally, let's end with whitney houston. the late singer made her acting debut in the
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cere"the bodyguard." now in honor of the film's 25th anniversary next month, legacy recordings, in cooperate with the estate of whitney houston, will release a new collection of live and studio tracks from the movie. the original soundtrack is the top selling soundtrack of all time. the new album, whitney houston, i wish you love, more from the bodyguard will be released october 17. >> that voice. >> can any of you hit those notes? >> no. i can believe it is the best selling soundtrack. >> it's a good one. inside the military facility with thousands of old war planes and how they'll saving taxpayers nearly $500 million. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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in arizona. a graveyard of sorts. >> it is where the military's old war planes go to die. some of the aircraft dates back to the '50s. before some slip off into the wild blue yonder, the military uses their parts for newer planes. saves time, money and makes for one heck of an outdoor museum. soaking in the desert sun. 4,000 aircraft and their parts. it's a bone yard of sorts. 70 years after aviation history. and the military's aerial r reservoir in wartime and peace. >> it can do some damage. >> for sure. >> this lieutenant helps run the aviation group. it sits on 2600 acres on the air force base. >> how would you describe
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goes on here? >> we store aircraft, we cover them, we protect them. when it comes time for them to come back to life, we pull them out, we take those coverings off and we bring them back to airworthiness. >> sounds like you're saving us money. >> we're saving money, yeah. we do a lot of process improvement so that we don't have to build new aircraft. >> the largest facility of its kind in the world. it saves taxpayers $600 million last year. reusing and recycling every part of the aircrafts flown in all branchs of service, and even nasa. why are these decommissioned in the first place? >> the fleet sizes need to be smaller. new aircraft sometimes requires older aircraft is stored. they remain as parts donors. >> parts donors? >> right. >> sounds like this is a junkyard for airplanes. >> sounds like it a little bit, but it is a little more organized than that. >> what a plane like this be used for? t
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humanitarian aid to military air drops, personnel transport, medical transport. these things have been around the world once or twice doing those types of missions. >> this facility has helped in conflicts from vietnam and the korean war to afghanistan, providing aircraft and parts in a matter of hours or days to anywhere in the world. low rainfall and relative humidity makes the arizona desert an ideal spot to store these airplanes and helicopters. >> if all the airplanes could talk, the stories they'd tell about the missions they flew. >> roughly 700 people work here. some military, but most civilian. retired air force crew chief greg is in charge of maintaining the aircraft. >> they spent more time at the time they're deployed living in and out of this aircraft. this is kind of their signature way of marking their aircraft from all the h
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>> great source of pride. >> yeah. >> the planes you guys get here, correct me if i'm wrong, they're not damaged. these aren't planes that have been shot down. these are just like old planes. >> correct. >> you bring them back to life. >> you got it right. >> that is really cool. >> fascinating. >> planes as far as the eye can see. some of the planes you're familiar with. the fighter jets we've seen before. but some of the planes from 40, 50, 60 years ago -- >> they have a lot of history. >> oh, yeah. >> is it something where people can go? >> yeah. you can go and take tours. >> how hot was it when you were there? >> about 100/105 degrees. in the cockpit it was 120. >> don't go in the dead of summer like we did. >> my kids would love to see that. >> absolutely they would. >> boys would. girls, too. that'll do it for us on this saturday morning. tomorrow on sunday today, willie goes behind the scenes on the set of the "tonight show" with jimmy fallon to talk about
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good saturday morning. i'm david culver. >> i'm angie goff. what you need to know about this summer-like forecast. >> right, lauryn? >> absolutely. we have got a little fog, a little cloud cover, but we'll get some sunshine. boy, will those temperatures rise. how high will we go? we'll talk about it coming up. >> check with you then. then a virginia man says he was sexually assaulted by a d.c. massage therapist. this is a story you're going to hear only on news 4. through the fire is an understatement for this couple. we have the story behind the viral picture making its rounds on the web. all that when you join us now on air and also behind the scenes.
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>> announcer: "news 4 today" starts now. >> right now, only on news 4, a man recounts what he's calling a nightmare spa experience. what happened that has him still shaken. plus, a driver hitting and killing a man crossing the street. we'll tell you what witnesses noticed about the suv that could answer some of the many questions investigators have. and it is the first saturday of the brand-new wharf. we're running down the events happening this opening weekend. >> we have a lot going on. >> oh, my goodness. >> preparing to continue the celebration as we welcome you in on a saturday morning, the 14th of october. i'm david culver. >> i'm angie goff. and being by the water is nice. it's naturally a draw. but having the weather we're going to have today makes it more perfect. >> especially if you're a fan of summers. lauryn ricketts, it seems to be
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we are continuing to see those temperatures rise. we're going to be in the mid 80s by the end of the weekend. then fall is going to make a quick return. maybe quicker than some people would expect. as we head through this morning, it's a foggy morning out there. cloudy morning but also a foggy morning. we have low visibility. not the prettiest out there. similar to yesterday. we are going to improve those conditions into the afternoon. right now, sitting at 63 degrees due to the extra cloud cover around and some of the fog. watch yourself out the door this morning. temperatures in the 60s. through noon and then sunshine and pop up to 70. maybe a touch of humidity out there, as well. do we have any rain in the forecast? we've got some before the end of the weekend. we'll be talking about the timing of that in 15 minutes. guys? >> lauryn, we'll check in with you then. at 8:30, he had a day off from work so he decided to go to the salon. it turned into a day that one client says he's never going to forget. >> this is not a story you've


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