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world collide, traffic and weather together. that's what's happening today this in the bay we're live with you at 7:25 with more local news, weather and traffic. have a great day. good morning. breaking news. she thought it was love. sources tell nbc news that prison employee joyce mitchell did indeed help the two colors with their escape, and will be charged in the case. this morning, her ex-husband speaking out about her past. >> absolutely not. i loved her. she was my wife. all of a sudden, she changed. >> a new tip in the manhunt leads police to lockdown on area just a few miles from the prison. >> double threat. widespread flooding in the south, severe storms including tornadoes possible from colorado to michigan today. first, on today, new trouble for the duggars. >> 911, what's the address emergency?
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>> duggar family home. >> a welfare worker called police last month after being denied access to the family home. >> i guess they're not being cooperative and we have to see the child to make sure the child is all right. >> what was being investigated? and mind games. the cia posts a photo of a cat using a computer, and hints at aliens in the basement. the tweets that have the internet freaking out today, thursday, june 11th, 2015. good morning, everyone. welcome to "today." 7:00 a.m. on the west coast on thursday. >> we have a new development in the prison break case in upstate new york. >> has to do with this woman, joyce mitchell. she's been at the center of a lot of speculation. we can now confirm through
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sources how she got involved with the escapees. her role in the getaway plan, and at least some of the trouble she could face now. we are going to start with stephanie gosk on the story frus. good morning to you. >> good morning to you. we're learning now more about her relationship, joyce mitchell's relationship, with these two convicts. loss enforcement has been questioning her for days. the 51-year-old grandmother seamstress met them on the job in the prison tailor shop. now we're learning from senior government officials she, quote, thought it was love. government officials tell nbc news joyce mitchell was supposed to be the getaway driver in richard matt and david sweat's great escape, but on saturday morning when she was supposed to pick them up, she got cold feet, instead, checking herself in to a local hospital where she was treated for a panic attack.
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we learned she not only defended the two but was charmed and eventually fell in love with matt. mitchell's son defended his mother, denying any possible romantic relationship with the prisoners. >> she definitely wouldn't have an affair against my father and it wouldn't be with an inmate. no proof to that. >> mitchell's first husband hasn't spoken to her in almost 20 years but believes she could have been manipulated. >> she's from the country. she's from a small town and everything. she could be a country girl that got sweet talked by some city guy. >> mitchell's marriage ended after he says she cheated on him. he doesn't want to judge her based on recent speculation. >> i don't know or not. i loved here. she was my wife, and then she changed and i was devastated. a year and a half later, i moved on. >> officials tell nbc news there will be charges, but for now, they continue to question
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mitchell. they don't know at this point what the charges will be. >> thank you very much. >> so while that part of the investigation unfolds, an overnight tip is leading to an urge ntdnt new search for the convicted killers. six days later, could they be just a few miles away from the prison? miguel has that part of the story. >> good morning. officials will only officially say it was a tip that led them to this area. that all schools in the region have been shut down for the day as we have seen a convoy of officers headed up the hill behind me. we haven't seen a large scale operation like this one in quite some time. overnight and into this morning, what may be their best lead. authorities flooding the area just three miles southeast of the clinton correctional facility in dannemora. police shutting down this state road, ordering residents to stay indoors and turn on outside lights. it comes hours after the search expanded into vermont. >> it's insane. crazy.
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>> across the border from new york, police on high alert. scouring homes, camp sites, boat slips and bridges for the first time authorities say convicts david sweat and richard matt thought of coming to vermont just before making their daring escape. >> we have information that they thought new york was going to be hot, vermont would be cooler, in terms of law enforcement. >> following new leads in multiple states, more than 500 tips. police are going door to door using these flyers. >> they are murderers so you don't know what they're going to do. >> investigators focusing on the shoreline and seasonal cottages. >> amazing how this has come to this. >> this morning, day six of the manhunt. no confirmed sign of these killers as the dragnet expands deeper into vermont while remaining close to where it all began.
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like so many other areas in this region, the land behind me is a thick forest. it will be difficult for officers to conduct their grid search, but we have seen heavy resources officers coming up the hill behind me. they're developing a large police presence here. it may be their best lead and they seem to be closing in on whatever lead that may be. >> thank you. earlier this morning, we spoke about the case of the former fbi profiler and analyst clint van zand. i asked him about joyce mitchell's alleged relationship with the prisoners and why he thinks she hasn't been charged yet. >> well, they want to get the maximum amount of information they can. she may, for example, know what their steps were going to be after they popped out of the manhole. if, for example, she was supposed to drive them, where was she going to drive them? mexico, canada? we know we're looking from border to border in the united states right now, but savannah, there is no information, no solid information amongst 500
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tips to say these guys actually got out of the area. that's why we see so much search efforts being exerted there right now. >> i want to ask you about that in a moment. staying on joyce mitchell for the time being, here's a woman described as a grandmother, we heard her son say she would never do something like this. he has to know that this is a vishess killer. what is the dynamic that she would befriend an inmate like this? >> the two things that normally bribe an employee inside a prison to cooperate with a prisoner is money and emotion. either money, drugs, promised on the outside if you help me do something. you know, if you do anything from give me a privilege to help me escape, or emotion. i love you, i care about you. we realize that one of the two convicts, matt, is a very manipulative socia path, someone fully capable of tapping into
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the emotions of this woman. perhaps she thought she was helping. you have this slippery slope. do this thing for me, do the next thing for me. all of a sudden, get me an electric saw, a 100-foot extension cord and wait at the manhole. it looks like that very end, should reports be correct, that's when she changed her mind. instead of waiting at the manhole, she checked into a hospital. >> that's the report, not confirmed by nbc that she was probably slated to be the getaway driver and got cold feet. if they were standing there at the end of the manhole cover expecting a ride and not getting one, would you expect them not to be able to get far? >> you always have plan b. realize that inmates inside of a prison, they spend the vast amount of their time teaming, thinking, fandicizing. part of the fantasy is the escape. escape as far as theiry're concerned, is coming out of the maniple manhole.
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the reality is our ride is not here. where do we know? they're not survivalists, they don't know the area. it doesn't look like they had a prestaged house, food, we don't know of a car or hostage situation. that's why law enforcement says first of all, let's stay in the local area. if we get information they fled from one coast to another, that's fine. but the last thing they want to do is ignore the possibility that these two guys are inside of one of the hunting cabins, a house, a barn, something like that. hunkered down, waiting, perhaps, for law enforcement to disappear so they could disappear in the population. >> our interview earlier this morning. >> and again, senior government officials confirming to nbc news that joyce mitchell was scheduled to be the getaway driver. got cold feet, checked herself into the hospital instead. much more in the next hour. >> meanwhile, a police officer who resigned in the wake of this video showing him push a teenager to the ground at a pool party is now apologizing for his
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actions. janet shamlian has the latest on this story. good morning. >> willie, good morning to you. we have new information this morning from casebolt's attorney who said the client was not targeting minorities. the actions caught on cell phone video came after he responded to two suicide calls that had taken an emotional toll. the first public words from the police officer in this video are coming from his attorney, who apologized on eric casebolt's behalf. >> he apologized to all who were offended. that day was not representative of the ten-year service to the community of mckinney that by his resignation, the community may start to heal. >> casebolt was called to the pool party after he responded to two suicide calls and the stress had taken its toll. >> with all that had happened that day, he allowed his emotions to get the better of him.
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>> we're also now hearing from dajerria becton, the teenage girl pushed to the ground, through her attorney, who said she's shaken and hasn't decided whether to file a formal complaint. >> officer casebolt's voluntary resignation should not mean an end to the investigation. >> the community is still taking in what happened, hoping for a return to way things were, not knowing if that's possible. >> i don't know. it's just kind of shocking, but at the same time, it is kind of a relief to know that he has resigned. >> becton is afraid to leave her home, her attorney said. the police union said casebolt has had to leave his because he's been receiving death threats. >> this incident and the seven minutes worth of video do not depict his moral and ethical character. >> civil rights groups continuing to push for further action. the mckinney pd is continuing its investigation, and there's been no word from the district attorney on whether any criminal
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charges might be filed. willie. >> janet shamlian in mckinney, texas, this morning. >> we have a big breaking business story now. >> out of hollywood. rupert murdoch, the powerful 84-year-old head of 21st century fox is preparing to step down as the ceo of the media giant. according to sources close to the murdoch family, he will hand the title to his son james. an announcement is expected soon although it's not clear yet how soon that switch would take place. a major showdown on capitol hill begins today on president obama's trade agenda. house republican leaders are getting ready for a two-day debate and a vote tomorrow despite heavy democratic opposition. and it all centers around the president's fasttrack trade negotiating authority. many of his fellow democrats are threatening to derail the package because of concerns of what would happen to american workers who lose their jobs to free trade.
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pope francis is urging russian president vladimir putin to make a sincere and great effort to achieve peace in ukraine. and putin kept the pope waiting, apparently, arriving at the vatican more than an hourilate on wednesday for his meeting. the talks concentrated on the ukraine conflict and the middle east where the catholic church is worried about the fate of the christian minority. >> an usual sight where a semitruck carrying sharks crashled. it was transporting four sandbar sharks to an aquarium in new york. it blew a tire, ran off the road, and crashed. unfortunately, one of the sharks was killed. another semitruck was brought out to transport the three surviving sharks. >> a washington state man thrown to the bottom of a ravine in a motorcycle crash survived 24 hours in the wilderness thanks in part to his iphone charger and perhaps his training as a former navy seal medic.
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he was in a remote area of the columbia river gorge, and he crashed his dirtbike and sustained several injuries. he fashioned a splint for his lower leg using shoelaces and an iphone charging cord, and after a long, painful night, a pair of hikers stumbled upon him and called for help. >> sad news this morning. christopher lieee, who starred as dracula, died sunday. he appeared in the lord of the rings and the hobbit film trilogy. he was knoited six years ago for his services to acting and charity. christopher lee was 93 years old. the chicago blackhawks even the score with a win over the tampa bay lightning wednesday night in game four of the stanley cup final. take a look. chicago took the lead when brandon saad scored in the third period and held on to win 2-1. the series now tied at two games apiece.
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game five on saturday night on nbc. an exciting one. >> good time to be a sports fan. hockey on one night, nba tonight. >> thanks. >> as we show you what's happening, we are worried about an area of the midsection of the country back into the rockies where we're looking at wet weather. strong storms firing up from omaha to kansas city. rough driving and airport delays will be a problem. we do have this area of severe weather, a risk of severe weather from denver all the way to detroit. we're looking at an enhanced risk between des moines and kansas city. could see severe thunderstorms and supercells grow into tornadoes there. we also have out west flood threats because we had so much rain. from casper to trinidad, we're looking at the risk of strong storms. as you can see out west, a gorgeous day today, including our friends in san diego. plenty of sunshine there. although fog this mo
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good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. low clouds and some fog across parts of the bay. also some mist as you walk out the door. it's 56 degrees he in san francisco, heading up to 71 degrees, but the hot spot will be in the south bay, 86 degrees, as well as 86 degrees for the north bay. it gets even hotter as we go into the next couple of days we're getting ready for a pretty steamy weekend all across the bay.
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>> and that's your latest weather. the race for white house and former president bill clinton opening up about what he would or would not do as first gentleman. andrea, good morning to you. >> good morning. bill clinton speaking out about how he would deal with potential conflicts of interest. an unprecedented challenge for a couple still facing questions about their finances and family charity. >> thank you, all. i'll be back. >> if hillary clinton wins the nomination and the white house, would first spouse bill clinton give up the family foundation? he told bloomberg television -- >> that would be not an easy decision should she be elected president. she'll have to decide what's my best use, including being around to buck her up every morning. >> the charity has been lauded
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for its good work, but both clintons are hounded by questions about potential conflicts of interest from donors and high dollar speeches. bill clinton said he would stop speaking for money. sometimes as much as $500,000 per speech. if hillary were elected. >> i don't think so. because once you get to be president, then you're just making a daily story. >> clinton also denied doing favors for formal governments or other donors to the foundation, telling cnn, no one has ever asked me for anything. and i don't think hillary would know either. i never saw her study a list of my contributors. and i had no idea who was doing business before the state department. will that be enough to quiet critics? >> this issue won't go away because the republican party won't allow it to go away. i suspect we'll hear about it from now until the election. >> can bill clinton avoid the slips that plagued his own campaign. >> when i was in ing lnld, i experimented with marijuana and
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i didn't like it. i didn't inhale and never tried it again. >> there's not many commodities you can plant and get $8 million. >> that's all i need, one more story. >> bill clinton will be a key surrogate for his wife who has yet to do an interview. in his interview with cnn, he described hillary clinton warmly, saying whenever i had trouble, she was a rock in the family. had trouble, she was the rock in the family. >> well, she's got his vote that's for sure. andrea mitchell thank you very much. carson has the twitter posts that has a lot of people talking this morning. the cia getting snarky. >> you may or may not have realized it, but the cia joined twitter a year ago. their first tweet read we can
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neither confirm or deny this is our first tweet. this is going to be a good source of comedy from the cia. well in celebration of their one year or twitter or twitterer have sar, posting the top five reasons to follow them let's highlight a few from the list. number five the comment. some of our followers have the most entertaining conspiracy theories on the internet. #aliens in the basement. number four, in the second year we're going to blank, #blank. good redacting humor there. to number one, or maybe we'll run out of stories and we'll have to tweet cat photos. >> it is the internet after all. >> who would have thought, when an unlikely source for entertaining tweets and cat photos online. you can follow @cia. congratulations on your one year. >> and everything leads to cat photos. >> comedy and intelligence. coming up more trouble for the duggar family. the new information opened just days and then the 911 call you only hear on "today."
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offering a $6500 reward to find the vandals responsible for graffiti. it hoped at the all wars memorial in oak hill park. it has bronze figure walking paths and a historic quotation wall. police are calling it a guys graceful crime. perhaps a defining moment tonight for the golden state warriors, a loss in game four of the facebook finals and they would be down three games to one to king james and the cleveland cavaliers, a win and the dubs would regain home court advantage. tipoff for that is at 6:00. those previous losses were no the going to allow it to cloud had our optimism. there will be plenty of clouds out there for us, anyway meteorologist kari hall joining us. >> they clear out quickly, sam. as we go into the day sunny, hot and dry this afternoon as the winds start to which can kick in. starting out with low clouds and by lunchtime here we are in the peninsula, 73 degrees, east bay 69 and north bay 79 degrees the hot spot will be in the tri-valley today reaching 93 degrees.
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the peninsula 82 degrees and the south bay the high reaching 84 degrees. now, as we head into the weekend it stays hot, getting ready for the highs in some spots to reach near 90 degrees, like the tri-valley and the north bay reaching 88 degrees on saturday. now let's check in with mike. >> look at northbound 101 also slows not because of visibility just because of the volume. your northbound routes all really starting to back in that commute especially 101 up through san jose. watch for the jam we typically see between university and embarcadero. back to "the today show."
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this thursday morning it's the 11th of june 2015. in t-minus 25 hours and counting until the next summer concert. fallout boy will be right there tomorrow morning. come early and get your spot for our concert. >> they're going to draw a huge crowd. >> i can't wait for that. meantime in studio 1 a. take a look what is making headlines. a new tip is massive new search. police set up check points overnight three miles from the prison. runoff from severe storms in texas and oklahoma is leading to flooding in northwest louisiana. at least two dozen homes as have been damaged.
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we could learn more about march's deadly crash of a passenger plane into the alps today. investigators are meeting with the families of victims and could se veal more about the co-pilot who intentionally brought the plane down. potential new trouble for the duggar family. a 9-1-1 call from the family home in arkansas. a call you'll only hear on today. here is joe fryer. >> this is audio from a 9-1-1 call obtained by "in touch magazine" through the freedom of information act and shared exclusively with "today." in an issue now, intouch reports the department of human services went to the duggar family house in arkansas on may 27th eight days after josh duggar's molestation scandal. dhs was not allowed inside and had to call nine one one. >> tell me what happened.
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>> we're with the dhs office and we're out here to have an investigation, and i guess they're not being cooperative. we have to see the child to make sure the child is all right. we do need police assistance. >> it is unclear what happened next because the call was transferred. it's also unclear what was being investigated in the first place. arkansas's department of human services tells nbc news it neither confirm or deny whether we investigated a specific family. so far no comment from the duggars who star in the reality show "19 kids and counting". the family recently admitted in 2002 and 2003 when they're eldest child josh was a teenager, he inappropriately touched five underage girls. four of the victims were his sisters including jill and jessa who spoke to fox news last week defending their brother and parents. >> they handled the situation very well.
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they set up safety guards in our house and they sent josh away. they had him get help. when he came back he was a totally different person. >> those two daughters have started posting on social media again with jill releasing new photographs of her baby and jessa sharing a picture of her ultrasound. meanwhile josh duggar's appearance next week at the christian music festival in ohio has been cancelled. now his em battled family waits to see if their reality show which has been pulled from tlc will be cancelled, too. >> all right, joe. thank you. let's gate check on the weather from al. we're talking a lot of heat. starting to feel like summer out there. that's due to the big ridge of high pressure. we have the upper level low in the four corners, and a subtropical jet stream. 90s into the 80s from boston to new york city norfolk, and
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raleigh. as we move to the west and south cincinnati starting at 92 by saturday it cools down. memphis in the low 90s. same in texas. kansas city stays warm as well. as far as the rest of the country is concerned a slight risk of strong storms stretching through the rookies to the midwest with an enhanced area along the kansas and iowa border. the keswest coast looking spectacular. highs in los angeles today sunshine and 75 good morning, i'm meteorologist kari hall. perfect weather here too as we start off with $as we take a looks at hills burring this morning. we are seeing temperatures as you walk out the door in the upper 50s to lower 60s but still some patchy fog and drizzle in spots. today we warm up it 86 degrees in los gatos and redwood city 80 degrees, pacific heights today 69 degrees and even some mid 80s, some low 90s as you with
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head to the tri-valley with a lot of sunshine across the bay. and get your latest forecast go to weather channel cable. >> thank you. coming up what looks like a racy photograph being passed around from phone to phone. natalie tooked teens to the test. a 60-year-old teacher who surprised her students with an awesome dance to uptown funk. first these messages. why am i so awake? did you know your brain has a wake system...
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we're back with 7:39 with more "my kid would never do that." teens, racy photos and the potential for trouble. >> we gathered teens for what they thought was a focus group and mixed in among the kids were actors and hidden cameras and the young women's parents were watching anxiously as their kids struggled with what to do. >> teens say it happens all the time. naked pictures shared online without the person knowing it. in some instances, kids faced criminal charges and fallout for victims can be devastating. from cyber bullying to a ruined reputation, to even suicide. so today we're testing teens to see what they'll do when a boy says he's going to post a racy photograph of a girl online. michael is 17 zoe is 16, and
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kayla is 15. their nervous moms are outside in our dateline watch mobile. our actress gets up to change her shirt. >> i'm going to change quick. >> i'm going take a picture. >> and our actor follows her. watch what happens when he comes back and pretends to show the picture to our accomplice. >> she wasn't wearing a bra, dude. >> oh. >> like a bad reaction. >> are you going to post it? >> should i? >> kayla immediately reacts. >> no. >> no. >> no. >> together the three girls tell him to delete the photograph. >> delete it. >> i'm not going to show anybody. >> it doesn't matter if you show anyone. >> delete it. >> they're confronting him. that's good. >> but when our actress comes back the girls quiet down and look uncomfortable.
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[ chattering ] >> zoe hatches a plan. >> zoe and kayla lead our victim out of the room. >> he said he took a picture of you. >> he said he took a picture of me. >> and the other kid was like she's not wearing a bra. >> what? >> the girls don't know a racy photograph was never taken. >> be like take a selfie. >> had it been real their quick thinking could have made a difference. >> i like that. >> yeah. >> banded together. strength in numbers. >> yeah. >> right. >> hi guys. i head in to tell them what is really going on. >> we have hidden cameras all around and we could hear you guys. what were you thinking when the scenario was unfolding? >> it is a huge invasion of your privacy, and really inappropriate. it's not okay. i just -- i don't know. it just got me angry.
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i have a hard time holding back. >> their moms can't wait to congratulate them. [ applause ] >> yeah! girl power! talking to a lot of teens we tested and a lot of them said the way they handled it came from personal experience. this had happened and it is happening more and more in their school. they're confronting the situation for real. >> their moms must have been bursting with pride. >> absolutely. we'll have another troubling scenario tomorrow. teen boys faced with when they think is trying to take advantage of a girl who appears to be drunk. you can see more of my kid could never do that this sunday on dateline at 8:00 7:00 central time. coming up a guy joining the cast of the new all female ghost busters. >> a lot of excitement. plus do you recognize this super star? super star in his own right. interview with lebron james is probably all over your twitter
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one of the cool perks of this place, is you can eat as much cereal as you want. you can go to any line that's running, and pull a box of cereal. alrighty. we just like cereal, we make it, eat it love it, live it. (laughing) all right. we're back at 7:48. throwback thursday. carson what do you got for us? >> big game tonight! nba finals kicking off in cleveland. cavs leading the warriors 2-1. lebron james had an unbelievable showing in the finals so far. lebron scored more points in the first three games than any other player in history. in honor of lebron on this throwback thursday there's an interview with lebron at age 16 that has gone viral. he's talking with local news
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affiliates in ohio and he asked a young lebron what keeps him motivated. >> every day i go out there and work because there's someone out there working, too. if you stop they can pass you up. it's pretty easy because the way i was brought up and she taught me some of the things and i hope that helps me be level-headed. >> what is your individual long-term goal as a 16-year-old. >> to get to the nba. >> do you want to be the best? >> yeah. >> did you sound like that willie when you were 16? >> oh yeah. >> king james has given up the social media and been completely off since the playoffs started. the last time his combined 53 million followers heard from him is april 18th when he posted a plain black images. give me predictions on tonight. who do you like? >> cleveland. >> i think cleveland will win. >> they're in cleveland so --
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>> full circle for lebron. >> savannah? >> nope. i'm going to be officially neutral. >> okay. >> another way of saying i have no idea. >> carson what do you think? >> i think the warriors have to win tonight. they have to win. whoever wins tonight -- >> do you think they'll win? >> cleveland is playing without two all-stars. no kyrie irving no kevin love. on paper six and a half seven players, they shouldn't be competitive. it is the will of lebron and what he does to the will of his teammates. it is hard to count the city of cleveland and lebron out of it. >> you seem to know what you're talking about. >> if the cavs win the series it will go down as one of the greatest performances in history because of lebron. coming up in trending inging inging athletes behaving brade inging badly.
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and the teacher leads the lesson on the dance floor. also ahead this morning, cash for your trash on "today." the pawn team helps you find the hidden treasure inside your home. i understand we're going to bring out some of our own trash. >> right. >> see if we can get any wish your skin could bounce back as quickly as it used to? introducing neutrogena hydro boost water gel. instantly quenches skin to keep it supple and hydrated day after day. formulated with hydrating hyaluronic acid which retains up to 1000 times its weight in water. this refreshing water gel plumps skin cells with intense hydration and locks it in. for supple, hydrated skin that bounces back. new hydro boost. from neutrogena. ♪ ♪ you're unpacking already? yeah. help me find some mugs? ♪ the best part of wakin' up... ♪ [ beep ] hey. [ giggles ]ok.
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i'm ... ==topvo== the hunt for a suspected north bay arsonist is over. is 7:56 i'm sam brock. the hunt right now for a suspected north bay arsonist is over. police yesterday arrested john bixler he is accused of torching two chevy volts at novato chevrolet on monday night. surveillance video shows bic letter grabbing a rag and lighting those cars on fire. meantime police am in fremont have released new video to help crack a recent string of package thefts. police say since april the same group has been stealing packages off of people's porches. in two of those cases men were caught on private surveillance video, the first showed a man walking up and swiping a package, in the second case it's a man driving up to a home and taking a parcel. now, police believe that these and several other cases are all check. for a look at what's going on
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outside let's check in with meteorologist kari hall. >> starting out with sunshine in smots and some low clouds and even a little bit of miss as you walk out the door. 56 degree am in san francisco, peninsula at 61 degrees as we he had through the day it will be heating up this afternoon. 82 degrees in the peninsula, south bay 86 degrees, also 86 degrees for the north bay. wow, look at that shot. absolutely gorgeous today. as we head into the weekend get ready for a hot one, it could reach 95 degrees in the tri-valley. now let's check in with mike. pretty typical pattern around the bay for traffic but we will so he you palo alto which typical for a week we have that slowing south 101 approaching university and embarcadero. the live camera showed you a little bit about that slow from san mateo down through redwood city. northbound routes through san jose also throwing slowing a bit. west through 37 through south 880 through the nim flits freeway and the ooerls approaching the bay bridge
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it is 8:00 on "today" and coming up, heartburn meds and heart attacks and concern ss over commonly prescribed meds and what should you do if you are one of the millions of americans currently taking them. and together again, and 15 years after the launch of the show that made them stars, the cast of the beloved seriesgirls" reunite. >> i thought you would be focused on your career and single. >> that is the best answer ever. and men who have the softness around the middle and
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the women who love them. but what about that softness. dr. oz is here to weigh in june 11th, 2015. >> we love "to today." >> celebrating our 56th anniversary on the "today" show. ♪ >> happeny 50th birthday to my mom back in midland, texas. >> i'm celebrating my 21st birthday on the "today" show. >> today is my birthday. good morning and welcome the you. it is thursday and the 11th of june, 2015. and willie, you have pitched a very good throwback thursday song. >> i slavedr for hours on my phone looking for the perfect throwback song, and you pick a
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classic one like that. >> james brown. >> "get up." >> and such a good pick. >> father of soul. >> you can't be any better than that one. >> well done. >> coming up, your clutter, trash or treasure? jill martin and the guys from "hard core pawn" will help you to get organize and help you to make a few bucks in the process. >> all right. heading back inside and natalie with the top stories. good morning, everyone. source s sources tell nbc news that a woman who has been questioned about the escape of two escapees from a new york prison says she did help and she did it for love. stephanie goss has more on that and the manhunt. stephanie? >> yes. sources close to the investigation say that joyce mitchell not only e befriended the convicts, but fell in love with them, richard matt, and she was going to help in the
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critical part of the escape, and she was to getaway driver and she got cold feet and checked herself into the hospital with a panic attack. sources say there is going to be charges against her, but at the moment, they are not sure what the charges are going to be. in the meantime, tip ss are coming in including one that shutdown a road behind me including three miles and school ss are shutdown, and neighbors are told to lock their doors and shut the windows and this search is going on very, very intensely. natalie? >> thank you, stephanie goss. and the investigation of the u.n. has found that peacekeeping force ss have sexually abused hundreds of girls and women in the countries they force dd. women in liberia and haiti were forced to have sex for cash and medical supplies and food. hundreds of allegations were made against the u.n.
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peacekeepers in 2000 and 2013 and dozens include minors. and bill clinton said he will not continue to make paid speeches if his wife becomes president. he earns as much as half a million for a speech, but the clintons are considered to be in a conflict of interest when he does give these speeches, but bill bill clinton does not see this as a conflict of interest even when his wife served as secretary of state. and meanwhile, jeb bush believes there should be more troops in europe. >> and now, a boat in alaska sank after taking on water, and when a coast guard diver arrived, coast guard helped all
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of the survivors to savefety, but they are all being treated for injuryies. and ken buyer was playing for a role as a exconvict and he was called to lunge at him with a knife in the script, and he had to remain in character for 20 minutes, and that explains why he was there for 20 minutes as another character had to use it to slice bread. stanford university is linking widely used heart medications called proton inhibitors to heart attacks and what should you do if you are taking thing them. dr. natalie atar is here to explain them.
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>> thank you for having me. >> and some of them are previ circumstances id and others that are very common. >> yes, what they did was to scan the records of close to the 3 million patients and try to link together code words such as heart disease, heart attack and these drugs called the ppis and what they found is that there was a 16 to 21% increase risk of heart attack in the people using the drugs called the ppis and these were the study conclusions and association and not cause-effect. >> some experts and we should include you in this list are suspect of the methodology. >> yes, and we have to remember that the traditional approach that the fda would support is that you do something called a prospective randomized controlled trial, and you take a drug and compare it to the placebo and look for the specific outcome measure to
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determine if a drug is causing a particular effect, and the study authors are clear that they are not suggesting a cause-effect, but rather raising the suspicion and the concern that there is potentially a concern between these drugs. >> and there is an anti-acid called zantac the and tagumet and beta blockers and is there any concern about those? >> no, and that support ss the findings that those are these blockers was not that effect, so that sis one plus for them, i should say. >> and bottom line, anybody should be concerned taking the drugs? >> no, this is one of the times when we would say that you need to speak to the physician about whether you should take these the drugs indefinitely, and what we are finding is that patients who are taking the e prescription medicines like these, they are taking the prescriptions, and refilling them, and maybe people should not be taking them for chronically long periods of time, and you should discuss it
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with your doctor. >> thank you, dr. natalie azar. and we reached out that the doctor who said that the ppis were extensively researched before approved for sufferers of heartburn. back to you, savannah. >> yes, and jill is go ging to teach us how to turn our trash into cash with the help of the star s stars of "pawn stars." >> and we have dr. oz here about why a bulge in the middle may not be so great for guys. diarrhea, lethargy and lack of appetite. use with caution in dogs with a history of seizures. recommended by vets. loved by dogs.
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into this issue, and thaey have said that there are certain words that seem unpleasant and disgusting and seems that the word aversion is contagious, and so we thought that it would be fun if everybody said their word that they don't like. >> my term, and scrotum is a word that i do not like to hear in a doctor's office or other otherwise. >> that is savannah's word. >> i agree with you. >> i don't like the word. it is a terrible word. >> we know how to spell it. >> and it is s-c-r -- yes. >> high bar. natalie. >> you set the bar, thank you, carson. in line with moist with would be ooze. >> mine is a weird one, yogurt, and how the gurt gets caught in the back. yogurt. >> al?
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>> sasperilla. >> and yours? >> and i don't like the word that you see on the screen right there. pee. >> what? >> pee. >> what do you say for baby vail? >> well, baby vail i have only started to use the word because of baby vail. >> what do you use wee? >> no. i don't use that the either. >> like you have to go to the bathroom or something. >> and savannah went on a five-minute rant on that word in the makeup room. >> and lot of people say it, and every time on the show, i cringe, and i feel like it is more of my problem, and thank you, people, for that. >> and we have a couple of video s to show you, a athletes behaving badly. torii hunter does not like the call, and goes after the umpire
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and gets in his face, and then he says i will get my gear off and get down to my t-shirt and remove my jersey. >> and what is the point of this, and it is a baseball tantrum. >> and get the baseball jersey. and free souvenir for somebody. >> and great old days of billy martin kicking the baseball dirt on the shoes. >> that was good. >> and now, magic mike promo! >> and now, to a high school softball game in texas as a player is running towards home plate, and the catcher from the other team elbow ss her to the ground. >> whoa! what! >> cheap shot. >> the helmet goes fly ging. >> that is totally will unbelievable. >> and later in the same game with the very same catcher. >> she did it again. she did it again! >> you hear them yelling, she
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did it again. and the same thing to another opponent, and not thrown out by the umpire, and the team did end up losing the game. and that was not a play at the plate. plate. >> no, she was going to score anyway. >> wow. >> and you have to to see this individualvideo of the day. it is a retiring dance teacher who surprised her students with an amazing performance, and watch this. ♪ this one is for good girls ♪ ♪ styling smiling living up in the city ♪ ♪ that is yves st. laurent ♪ >> and you know how old she is? >> how old? >> 60. >> she did the drop the mike
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like boom! >> let's get her out there on the plaza with the students. >> why is she retiring? she has totally got it. >> and to the hollywood hunk, and i want toded to say, hunk, i want to update that the word, and why we should not hold our breath waiting for the reuniof " "the wonder years." >> and the anticipation for the all female "ghostbusters." we are learning that chris hemsworth is going to be joining as the receptionist. are you excited a about that one one? >> h we got one! >> it is set to open next year, and you guys remember "the wond wonder years" and the coming of age classic set in the 1960s and for years the fans have been pining for a reunion and fred savage and his answer for that
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chance and it is "zero, never, ever." and fred said it is a particular time of the life that you can't go back to, and not ever. and anybody heard of this show "the voice"? >> yes. >> and the show announced that gwen stefani is going to be returning for a season stepping in for christina and fa rel and adam and blake. >> it is so great. >> we knew when we had these people that they had musicians first and they had to tour before they were tv stars and we had to get a revolving chair for them, and it is great. >> and we look forward to seeing gwen back soon. >> and we are turning the trash into the cash with help from the i" "hardcore pawn" guys.
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but first to al. >> it is going to be firing up in the central plains and in the midwest, and chicago looking okay, but a portend for the things to come with showers and thunderstorms. we have enhanced risk of severe weather from central des moines to iowa to kansas city with a slight risk of 30 million people in danger, and friday, the upper great lakes and upper new york and p.a. in risk and oklahoma city down to midland, 31 people in risk at the risk areas, and rain in the 3 to 4 inches in the great lake, and tomorrow, some areas talking about 5 to 6 inches of rain locally and good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. sunshine after the low clouds break out today. we're already getting a little bit of that in san francisco. 58 degrees right now. as we go into rest of the day,
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expect it to warm up quite a bit. highs reaching into the upper 70s for the east bay. 86 degrees for the south bay. north bay today reaching 86 degrees. it gets even hotter as we head into the weekend. have a great day. and that is your latest weather. >> al thank you very much. now to start your summer shape-up. last week we had contributor jill martin helping out cleaning our closets. now it's time to figure out fountain stuff you want to get rid of is worth anything. the owners of american jewelry and loan and tv's "hard-core pawn." that is like walking a tight rope. >> good job. you did a good job. people may be looking around their closets and thinking this could be worth something. what should they ask themselves? >> the first thing you have to do is look. do your homework. utilize the internet and looking
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the first place isn't going to give the answer. do your homework. >> invest time. >> how do you know ifing in something is of value. >> try to date the piece and see who made the piece and use the internet to guide you and look at the items. >> thirdly, manage the emotion. if it's handed down from generation you're going to think it's more valuable. because it was given to you by grandma didn't make it more valuable. >> i love this but guess what? i'm not worth anything. jill, you have kobe here. how did you get it? >> i'm about items in your home you keep or donate but items you say is that worth any money? we asked our viewers to come in. we wanted to know how much this is worth. this is kobe bryant bobblehead from his rookie year and three and a half feet tall and given to me by my late cousin allen
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and i love it. >> it's cool bobblehead. it's giant. it's number 43 out of a hundred so it's a limited edition. the world of collectibles, it's not that collectible because it's so new. as time goes on perhaps it will be worth a little bit more. right now i know they are expensive coming out of the box but that is worth about 800 bucks. >> you can go into turner sports.com and they will list it for you and go around the house and assess it. >> you mentioned we put the call out bring your stuff to us and check it out. constance, come out. i love this. this is a hair dryer you've had since 1968. >> i took this to college with me in 1968. still works and has an eastern airlines ticket. >> how about that?
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>> that might some value. >> probably when you bought it it was $20 on a good day? today, the value of it today is probably around $75 to $90. >> because something is old doesn't mean it's worth a ton of money. you have to find out scarcity and demand. not a huge demand for that so not worth a ton of money. >> i don't know what you're talking about. i can't imagine. >> have you tried to plug this in lately? >> it worked the other day. >> if you have things at home old cabbage patch kids you can go into amazon.com and they have a trade-in program. show them the items and send it in with a free shipping label so you're decluttering and you get what you need. you'd be surprised the things you can send in. >> maybe this is cool to keep is a conversation piece. >> thanks for bringing it to us. i think it's a treasure. steve, come forward. i might be out of order. you got a watch. what is your name? >> susan shackman. >> what do we have here?
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>> this is a watch that was my mother-in-law's and i wear it every day. >> so what do you think the value is? >> i have no idea. a couple of hundred dollars. >> i looked at it. these are all full-cut diamonds and made of 14 karat gold and it's actually worth $1,200. >> i love it! >> we will let you go. >> i want to say if you have jewelry at home one will come to your home and assess what you have. the address on your screen is there. >> i have a diamond ring was my grandmother and passed on to my mother and i got it. >> we did a little bit of research. we noticed that the metal is platinum so very good. >> there you go. >> you have three european cut diamonds on top and the value of on that piece is about $2100 or
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$2200. >> a great piece. >> wow! >> beautiful. do you wear it? >> not often. i put it on because i didn't want to leave it in the room. >> good thinking! >> it's gorgeous. >> if you have jewelry? >> other fashion or beauty items the real real.com send it in and they will tell you what it's worth. also they will come to your home if they think you have enough stuff so you could declutter that way and make a lot of money. >> go to your local pawn shop. they are there each and every day to evaluate your merchandise. >> would you recommend kind of shopping around a bit and seeing -- get another opinion? >> very valuable for antiques and vintage items. shop around and don't take the first offer. >> thank you both so much. jill love you. kobe you're going to be with jill a little bit longer. you have more information, go to today.com and help with next week's start. we are looking to turn a messy room into a deserve dad's home
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into a fabulous man cave. i'm afraid we will get a lot of applicants for that. >> you probably heard by now about dad bod. some women are attracted to a little around the edges. dr. oz will pour a little cold water on it with a downside. we will talk about it after your local news and weather.
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i'm ... ==anim== a story only on nbc bay area.... ==topnats== good morning. it's 8:26. i'm kris sanchez. a story only on nbc bay area. >> hi. how are you? >> that is brian stowe, who takes another step in his remarkable recovery from a savage beating. stowe surprised staff members yesterday at santa clara medical valley center. valley med is where he rehabbed after beaten into a coma at a giants game at dodgers stadium. workers say he has come a long way in his recovery and what makes it all the more special, they say, is that his sense of humor is back as well. and now let's take a look at how traffic is shaping up. >> palo alto look at this.
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this is the jam we've been talking about for the last week. all week i should say. south toward university things are jammed up because of a lane shift. you see some of that cement divider there. look at your map. jammed from redwood city up toward university. northbound also slow a bit, but not as bad as the other days this week because we have a lighter flow of traffic. the rest of your bay looking better except for this crash on the richmond bridge. west 580 slow. back to you. >> all right. more local news for you coming up in just a half hour. your traffic and weather situation as well.
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at night david spade and janet mccurdy. tonight here on nbc. . ♪ >> 8:30 on this thursday morning, june 11th, 2015. if you love that you'll love our concert tomorrow fallout boy! our summer concert series is rolling on through the summer. by the way i should mention another concert and this is so exciting! monday james taylor will be here! >> sweet baby james! >> so many great songs.
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>> what a lineup the next few days. >> he is so good. >> awesome. >> unbelievable. ahead this morning, laura ly and gilmore are back together. they reunite on our show. plus they are everywhere this summer and talking about jumpsuits. savannah is rocking one this morning. i love the back on that! >> thank you. >> lace detail on the back right? >> like an actress from the '60s? >> i don't know. >> if you can pull off the trend, we will show you some different looks as well. al you want to do the weather, my friend? >> why not? show you what is going on right now. we are looking at our weekend planner. risk of strong storms up and around the great lakes and back in texas into oklahoma. beautiful weather along the west coast. toasty in phoenix 103 degrees. on saturday the eastern third of the country looking pretty darn good. plenty of sunshine. we have wet weather making its way from the plains down into the central gulf.
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sunshine along the west coast. and then sunday sunday! more rain from the great lakes back into the central plains. wet weather through the lower gulf. plenty of sunshine up and down the east coast and west as well. good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. it's going to be a hot one in some parts of the bay. reaching 86 degrees for the south bay. 82 degrees in east bay. 77. while san francisco makes it up to 70 degrees. let's head into the weekend. warms up quite a bit for the tri-valley reaching 94 degrees on saturday. in the in the peninsula, 84 degrees. have a wonderful day. we have a huge crowd so we wanted to make sure all of these folks at the other end of the
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plaza get scene! i tell you, they can get the weather any time you need. . weather weather.com for your weather. willie? sponsored by breathe right. june is men's health month. what does jason seeingan and seth rogen and leonardo dahicaprio have in common? a dad bob. extra padding around the middle. dr. oz is with us to take on this phenomenon. o to see you! >> great to see you. >> what is dad bod? >> coined by women and a body that makes women not feel bad about their body. the truth of it. when men have a dad bod they are more focused on you and the family rather than taking care of their own bodies. on the surface means they will
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take better care of you. >> it's a real phenomenon? women are tract more to the dad bod? >> that is not a dad bod we were looking at. here are two images. ask yourself which two are you more attracted to? that is the exact same person. in american, it varies from country but in america because food don't have to hunt food for us. this is a cuddly version of a man and more attractive. this is reinforced that women desire that kind of man with rather than a testosterone driven man. >> you are pouring cold water on it now because it's no a healthy look for guys. >> a man who loves his family takes care of himself and there for you. when you have a dad bod you have extra belly fat. the yellow thing get rid of that for a second and show you why it's a problem.
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liver, gallbladder. just had breakfast. food going through your stomach and intestines and washes it off and your body absorb nutrients. this is important the river loves them if they are healthy but unhealthy, the liver doesn't like it and it irritates the liver and bothers organs around it and that yellow fat becomes large and stretches way out there! you end up with a dad bod. that is an issue. >> i love a man who shows up with his own g.i. tract animation in the morning. fantastic. >> the problem with this you can stop this. >> no! >> get that off! get that off! what is it? >> enjoy your cheerios america! >> the issue you have to take care of this because it cases, among other things high high pressure and high blood sugar and heart disease. the only way to know for sure you measure your waist. men all around america never get a new belt after age 40 right? we slide it down and wonder around like this right? i know you've done this. instead get a measuring tape if
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you're home with the man in your life measure it and weight size half than your height. >> talk about foods to avoid. >> eat white food. all things in front of you including the sugar and beer are a problem. white pasta and white breads and white marshmallows on cakes and put on significant amounts of fat. big issue next is unfortunately, sleep. if you don't sleep, you will create carbs without any question and one of the best ways to lose weight is get better sleep. stress becomes an issue. people don't realize this. the reason we get dad bods we feel stress that creates hormones that is a message to us that we have chronic issues like a phantom. hard to put weight on when you feel stress. you will eat more and things you don't like and store them in your belly which is where that dad bod is most pronounced. then we got, at the end of it all, deal with the exercise. you don't need a lot. ten minutes of some weightlifting a week!
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>> ten minutes a week? >> i'm sorry. every other day through the week. 30 minutes total and ten minutes every other day. not a lot and you can do it. >> dr. oz i'm keeping my dad bod whatever you say. >> i have to make a big announcement. >> i heart radio. >> talk about it. >> we are announcing this today. i'm doing a little segment for i heart radio and the bigger stations around the country. on monday morning i set the health agenda for america and talking to the biggest radio deejays and make it clear how you get the good life and i think the best way to do that is catch you with in your car when you're driving. >> we will be listening. there is your birthday. happy birthday. an apple because we know you can't eat the white foods and the cake. >> all i get? >> that is all we give you after all of these years! >> dr. oz thank you. the stars of the beloved series "gilmore girls" is reunited! re
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reignite re reunited. the possibility of a movie? that's "today" show on nbc.
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back at gilmore girls" was a popular show and it's now earning a whole new generation of fans. >> the cast got back together for the first time with the help of "entertainment weekly" at a festival in austin. in an exclusively interview with shamlian. >> you know what is special about our relationship? >> reporter: it's been 15 years as they were introduced as the "gilmore girls." they came together at a reunion in austin. has there ever been a gathering of your group this large before today? >> no. >> no. >> it's a big deal. >> reporter: lauren graham's character is a single mother in
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small town connecticut raising her teenage daughter. >> good comeback. >> thank you! >> i got this feeling, which i've had very few times as an actor which is ew that is mine and i know how to do that. >> reporter: daughter lori had her first big role. >> i had decided to pursue acting like six months before i think, the show got picked up. so it was really overwhelming! >> the camera work on that show is very specific and we really had to hit certain marks which especially when you start out, it's just a foreign concept. to have to land on one spot is like -- >> that was blowing your mind! >> i remember a lot of times just kind of grabbing her and, like i would lead her with her arm. in the beginning, such great chemistry. i'm mauling her, that is why! >> you first! >> the show began after a last-ditch pitch to executives. >> it was a total fluke. i sold it off of a line off of mother and daughter and they are like friends and it all perked up' literally said great, we
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will buy that. >> reporter: devoted fans fell in love with the fast-paced dialogue and abundance of top culture reference. >> i'm home! >> it's a panic. >> like jodie foster. >> even the name show got a name drop. >> she and matt lauer are much better in the next half hour. >> what kind of mother are you to allow this to happen to you? >> i don't know mom. what kind of mother were you? >> emily is rather insecure so all of that severity comes from an insecurity. >> they are different people and this is how they express their love is through conflict. >> reporter: there are also the men that loved the gilmore girls. scott patterson played luke. >> how many cups have you had this morning? >> none. >> plus? >> five but yours is better! >> luke cannot exist in the real world. >> what do you mean? >> he's so long suffering and to tolerate so much. >> from more life? >> reporter:lori's
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first love. >> i think i was the early dean. i came in and was like this guy who i guess was very believable as a small town guy. >> reporter: familiar faces have passed through. melissa mccarthy and one absence was strongly felt. >> yes, emily, you may go first. >> reporter: edward herman passed away last new year's eve and played the family patriarch. >> the only family we wanted to richard. >> reporter: one chair was empty on stage in his honor. >> tell me about the guy. >> mom! >> reporter: for seven seasons, the show revolved around the women and their romances. >> team dean and jeff and logan. >> other team dean. no i won't. >> team jeff? >> i'm team jeff. >> i think we should see somebody new! >> or should be single and focus on her career. >> my god. the best answer ever! >> reporter: eight years after the show's ends they are still talk of a movie.
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>> i'm all in. absolutely all in. >> there's nothing standing in our way. there's for sure willingness. >> reporter: the show now lives on with a whole new generation of fans. for "today," janet shamlian. >> i want to watch it all over again. >> if they make a movie? >> i have to watch the show first. but for sure. >> it made an impact. >> definitely. >> third generation. >> you can see the full interview the "gilmore girls" cast at today.com. >> the jumpsuit is in for the summer. >> you're pulling it off. >> trying. a little policewoman but i love it. that's
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the we're back. it is 8:46 talking about the new
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fashion staple talking runways by storm. it is the jump suit. go to for a a slew of stars with the jumpsuits. if you're not sure you can actually pull it off, never fear. we have zanna here. good morning to you. >> i like your jumpsuit! >> i tried to be on trend for our segment. >> no? pull it on and go! >> then it's your whole look. you don't have to pick out different things. >> into coordination required. >> aur modelslet's start with our model liz. behind monitor number one here. she says she is afraid she won't be taylor swift but more like a janitor. she didn't want it to be costumy. what did you do here? >> take it away from a costumy theme, you have to remember three things. one, fit. it's very important you don't go with something that looks sprayed on because you'll end up like that cat woman vibe. you don't want it too big with
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no defining qualities because you feel like a tell aetubby. >> you got to wear a heel right? >> you do. it depends on the leg. the wide leg, yes, definitely go for a heel. color. if you don't choose multicolored stripe dress, don't choose that in a jumpsuit! otherwise you'll feel like you're in a costume or a dr. seuss character. >> i think you look gorgeous liz. thank you so much. next model is erma. a member of the video team today. she says her concern she is short and she is about 5'2" on a good day. >> she looks fabulous! >> top shelf jumpsuit. i love it. think about not being buried. if you're petite don't be overwhelmed. we dropped it nicely below the knee. the arms are on show. not wearing a billowy blouse
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underneath. >> the capri length is good and doesn't swallow her and she looks cute. >> i love the black and white. looks super cute on her. >> nerma, you look fab. gorgeous trish, come out here! she is 34 weeks! looks adorable. >> adorable! than confess on this one. i wore the same jumpsuit throughout my pregnancy and still wearing today. they stretch with you and key to buy something with elastic in it. this has an elastic waist and $25. you have elastic waist and print is good but choose a print that acts as a neutral almost. streamline everywhere elsewhere the legs are thin and belly do the shine. >> cute arms too. bring out orabell and she is not sure where do you wear a jumpsuit? is it appropriate for work and how do you put it together? >> it's appropriate for everything.
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we got the business look here so she can have a meeting at work and the jacket over the top with a flat and then for evening, she can whip off the jacket and friday night, imagine? take off the jacket. >> woo-hoo! >> pop on a heel and she is ready to go! >> she can just transition and put the heels in her purse and ready to go. >> we all need that. the detail of the neck of this is awesome. looks almost like jewelry. >> if all of our models can step forward and you look so great in the jumpsuit. >> everyone can do it. >> thank you so much. by the way we posted even more ways you can rock this look on today.com. up next a popular sorted food guide. get lots of hungry in new orleans. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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special series "lost & hungry." this week we landed in new orleans. we are in new orleans. we asked you what you should be eating. you said these things.
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beignets. beignets. >> it's like a cross between a doughnut and pastry. >> my favorite things is when you bite into it you get powdered sugar on the top of your mouth. >> a beignets is something we inherited here at the cafe dumont. they are all made by hand and they have a distinctive taste to them and there's no way anybody can duplicate them. >> how many beignets do you sell here in a day? >> over the course of the year it's millions. ♪ >> gorgeous. >> what do you think beignet are so popular in new orleans, why? >> because they are so good that's why! i think they just very good and inexpensive and part of the culture of new orleans.
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>> when do people eat them? >> 24 hours a day, seven days a week. people come here in the morning and day and night and at 3:00 this morning. hopefully, you're enjoying yourself. >> love to see how they are made. >> sure. let's go in the back. ♪ so the first thing you have to do is grab it. then you kind of roll it and make a little ball. put one on each finger. drop them. what you got to do you got to put some love into it. i think that is the key. anything in life if you love it it's going to be good and i love beignets. think you can handle that? >> i'll try. >> my goodness gracious! that is pathetic. a little oomph on it. >> he hasn't done this in his life! >> this might be the first. >> what do you mean?
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take the flour off. take it! come on! shake it! >> i realize secret ingredients right here. >> man i'll tell you. >> so good. >> not many better food cities in the world than new orleans. >> got that right. >> if you want to eat, go to new orleans. >> going to atlanta to check out chicken and waffles! >> good one! >> that was a tough assignment. >> they are eating their way. >> the girls are here. >> nice look! >> here is one of our favorite segments. >> ambush makeover. they pluck two ladies off the plaza and off the street and right now, as we speak, getting ready for a makeover. >> wow! >> once in a while, the real carson is coming up. >> those two ladies diane and toby they were just randomly selected off the plaza. they come down and show up every
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week. they are getting blowouts and haircuts and new outfits and like a whole new day! >> most of the time whoever we pick is really happy. >> once in a while, awkward. >> i love seeing the faces of their family members after the makeover. >> it's better than their own reaction. >> looking forward to it. >> you finish up downstairs. >> you just have a death wish this morning! >>i'm ... ==topvo== police at san jose state are investigating the discovery of a good morning. 8:56 right now. i'm kris sanchez. police at san jose state are investigating the discovery of a body. officers were called last night to a parking garage near 9th and san fernando streets. police are not releasing a lot of information at this time, but we can tell you they're not looking for any suspects. as san francisco's population grows, fewer cops patrol the streets. that's the finding from a new
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report released by the city's comptroller office. population levels are 12% higher than ten years ago, but police staffing in that time actually dropped 3%. next week, san francisco supervisors will discuss a new plan to hire hundreds of additional officers. we have more local news coming up for you in just a half hour. see you then.
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this morning on today's take. joe dirt gives a new take on his movie. why video of the 16-year-old lebron james is going viral. a few rounds with actor, singer, and former boxer tony dan danza. all that and more coming up now. >> announcer: from nbc news this is "today's take" with al roker willie geist, and tamron hall. live from studio 1 a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome on a thursday morning, june 11th 2015. that's a big, loud crowd out there. >> yes, it is. summer time it is going to be summer feeling in new york city. >> we're getting up to 91
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degrees. >> we like it like that. >> all the people that are going to complain it's like see three months ago when it was winter asking when it was going to warm up. >> you can't win. >> it's okay. i like to remind them. >> that's a good point. let's start off with a little throwback thursday. we're in the middle of the great nba finals. lebron james put the cavs on the two and third best player on his team injured two games away from bringing the nba title to cleveland. an interview with lebron at age 16 when he was a high school star and prodigy and on the cover of sports illustrated has gone viral. asking a 16-year-old lebron james what keeps him motivated. >> you have to go out there and work. there's somebody out there working too. my mother brought me up real good. it is pretty easy the way i was brought up she taught me and it
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helps me be level headed. >> what is your individual long long-term goal as a 16-year-old? >> to get to the nba. >> do you want to be the best? >> yeah. >> he didn't even hesitate. >> yeah. that's it. that's the determination that makes you a star. >> even at that age he gets so much national attention. you can see the media poise he had at as a 16-year-old. >> people would reportedly scalp tickets to his high school game and others would go on youtube and load up video of him but his high school games were an event. >> i saw him in a game. jay-z was at the game. wow. that's how big a star he was. lebron by the way has gone completely off the radar for the playoffs. a self-imposed social media ban. the last time his followers heard from him april 18th when he posted black images with a caption zero dark thirty
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thirty #striveforgreatness. they play tonight in cleveland. >> we said earlier though, that the last game would be the decision maker. whoever won that game would go on to win the series because it was a real challenge. steph curry single handedly edlyedly edlyedly almost brought them back. i'm obsessed with curry. so many memes. stuff curry's beautiful little daughter. >> i was in memphis listening to the game, and espn radio said 84% likelihood if the team that wins that third game the tie breaker goes on to win. >> that's why everyone said it was the game to watch. but also, i love curry and james were born in akron, ohio. >> yes, they were. >> that's great. >> same hospital. >> years apart.
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>> yeah. same hospital. i know, right you rush to the hospital when you're pregnant. >> got it. >> that's how you are. you are magic. >> he has to translate for us sometimes. >> it's a good year. >> we got it. good news for this incredible event that takes place. this man apparently was thrown off his dirt bike and motor bike into a reconveneavine in washington state. he had a couple of broken bones. in bad shape. his lungs had collapsed. >> ouch. >> this man is a former navy s.e.a.l. medic. his name is matt lemoody. he survived 24 hours in the wilderness. if that's not enough because of his s.e.a.l. training and we know the s.e.a.l.s are the most elite unit, he made a splint for his lower leg out of shoe laces
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and an iphone charging cord. >> he went ma gooifr. >> yeah. a pair of hikers stumbled on him. they helped get him to the hospital. he's recovering. he survived, the iphone cord and then the last part he's a navy s.e.a.l. medic. do you know what a navy s.e.a.l. is trained to do? he can survive months. >> i know. >> exactly. >> he was looking for pieces the parachute from cooper. one of the greatest mysteries in the pacific. >> yes. fantastic. >> wow. here is a question for you gentlemen. do gentlemen prefer bangs?
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i think i know how you feel. >> depends on the woman. >> okay. not scientific but apparently there's a woman who has come to the conclusion that she thinks guys like the bangs better. theory comes from pictures that she uploaded of herself without bangs on tinder which is that, you know dating site and she tracked the number of matches and messages she received for weeks. she had a picture uploaded with the bangs and the picture without the bangs. she tracked the results for weeks. >> we'll do that in a second. without the bangs but not this woman, but without the bangs she said she received 48 matches. with the bangs she received 84 matches. it's almost double the number of matches. i think my theory is you're more noticeable, i think, no matter with bang finance frames your face. everything stands out your eyes. i think maybe in that sense maybe that's what made her stand out. >> i think it depends on the person. >> think of all the people with
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bangs and without bangs. let's take a look, for example, taylor swift. we see her now so much with the bangs and look at her without. with the bangs, i think you see the eyes. here is zoe deschanel. we have tyra banks. >> you showed three hotties. >> here is one. when i did the bangs a couple of years ago, i remember the reaction from the guys on the set. it's different which may as well mean it's awful. >> i didn't say that. >> it's different. >> you were like, huh, okay. code word for ugh. >> dead ringer for gene in that.
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>> the conclusion is draw your on conclusion. >> there is no conclusion. >> it's true. i do think there is a signature look for example anna winters. can you imagine her without the bangs and the hair? you can't imagine. >> all the different hair styles. >> look at you. you don't have bangs you look great. >> i have bangs. some days i don't. >> pixy bangs. bang bang. >> yes. >> bang bang. >> into the room ♪ >> it's a good year. if you wear bangs it's a good year and a great year. there you go. let's show you what is going on right now. we've got a lot of thunderstorms firing up in the central plains. it's a real mess in des moines, kansas city, omaha, going to be airport delays and slow driving. we have the risk of strong storms from denver all the way to detroit. 29 million people in the risk. we have enhanced risk between des moines and kansas city likelihood of tornados later
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this afternoon. tomorrow we have the risk from western new york all the way to central indiana, oklahoma city to mid land. we're talking about 23 million people in the slight risk. hail and damaging winds likely. with all the rain we have flood watches from the rookies to the upper midwest. look at the rainfall amounts anywhere on thursday today about 2 to 3 inches in the upper midwest. friday anywhere from 3 to 5 inches from central texas into good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. sunshine across parts of the bay after the morning low clouds fog and drizzle. it's in the upper 50s to lower 60s. and then as we go into the afternoon it is going to warm up quite a bit. the north bay 87 degrees and 86 for the south bay peninsula today. 82 in the east bay reaching the upper 70s and it will be a hot and sunny weekend headed into the bay. have a great day.
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that's your latest weather. i know, you're dragging this morning. but your spirits are high. something you did last night. >> an incredible event. i've been involved with the challenged athletes foundation. willie came out with me. we met up with some incredible athletes young and older. such a great night. so inspiring what challenged athletes does to provide them with equipment like wheelchairs to allow them to do amazing things. >> it was a parade of inspiration. >> it was. >> story after story including our buddy. >> yeah. you were sitting next to him. >> i saw that on instagram. >> we did a piece about that a year ago and -- >> nohah is the older one. they do triathlons. and he pulls his brother in the inner tube, and pulls him when he rides his bicycle.
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amazing family. >> i saw your pictures on instagram. i thought that's a little anchor man in the making. look at that! so cute! >> he's giving me an autograph. i asked for his autograph because he had baseball cards of him and his brother. >> they're an incredible family. so inspirational. >> yeah. >> great job. to the athletes foundation. >> coming up next nobody and nobody is like joe dirt. the beautiful loser, in fact, joe dirt 2. we'll catch up with actor david spade. >> cracking himself up. >> i'm getting bangs! >> great! look at ♪ ♪ (ee-e-e-oh-mum-oh-weh) (hush my darling...) (don't fear my darling...) (the lion sleeps tonight.) (hush my darling...) man snoring (don't fear my darling...) (the lion sleeps tonight.)
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that great mullet. >> he went on to make the big screen platinum comedies like "tommy boy." >> he co-wrote and starred in "joe dirt." after 14 painful -- back for a sequel in joe dirt 2 "beautiful loser". it starts where the last one left off. >> i'm doing good, baby. i'm doing good. please make her smart like grammy. >> joe? >> what? i don't know what to do. just tell me if there's something i need to help you with. honey, breathe. in and out. that's it. >> oh, man. >> she looks like you! >> no, shut up! >> david spade. does she come out with a baby mullet and everything? >> too easy, natalie.
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>> there's a lot of twist and turns. it is like inception. >> what took so long? 14 years. >> i don't really know -- i think we prepped one and then i went off and did "rules of engagement," and everyone does their stuff and sonnyy joanonline streaming version. they said why don't we do a movie? and they said we want to do a joe dirt two, maybe this is a perfect spot. we rallied the troops and got christopherwalken and all the people back. it was sort to do to get the squeaky mullet on. the head got a little fatter over the years. >> it still looks good. how do you describe joe dirt? who is this guy? >> interesting.
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>> yeah. >> go ahead. >> he's sort of -- he's a bit of an every man from not new york but i grew up -- fred grew up with me. i grew up in montana and i grew in arizona. we knew the guys growing up, shirt off carrying a gas can. i saw a guy come in a bank with his shirt in the pocket and he's looking for a job. and he's like if i get it, you know i'm going put my shirt on. so these kinds of guys are all over the place and we talked about it. we said let's try to narrow it down and try to find the type of guy and question write a movie about it. it was the first time i played it a little nicer. a lot of my movies are sarcastic. i'm a little rougherer erand this is a little nicer. that was nice. it reminds me of growing up. this is my dining room. these are my chairs. >> and the hodgepodge card
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table. >> you were at the cmt awards. >> yes. >> joe dirt award? >> it was the perfect place. >> look at you. >> look at me! the best part was coming backstage and everyone is like -- because all the country fans knew me. so i took a million pictures and it was great. it was last night. i woke up nine minutes ago. we went to nashville and back. it was a mixed bag around schwarzenegger was there. all the fun people because it is a big show. it was in a huge arena and i was really relieved they knew me when i came out. if they don't know me there i'm dead. >> we're going to have a little more fun with david spade. we'll play a game -- ready? mullet over. >> oh yeah!
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when we think of joe dirt and it is what we are supportporting now. mullets. >> our business in the front and our party in the back for our game of "mullet over." we'll see if david can guess the famous mullet. >> okay. >> we'll start off the first picture. who is underneath that mullet? >> is that me? >> no. >> that's amazing! >> come on. >> that's me. >> it's you. >> yes. >> come on. go with your gut. who could that be? >> i did! they lied to me. >> they lied to us. >> let's see. who do you think that is? you were with him last night. >> billy ray? >> yes. >> i saw him. >> it is! >> now he has straight hair and not a mullet. we sort of switched. >> okay. >> yeah! >> come on. >> jane lynch. [ laughter ] >> come on. >> who is it?
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>> come on! >> one of the greatest. >> bowie? >> yes. >> this one -- so we can see it. >> a show about -- >> feldman. >> no. saving himself in every way. >> i still don't know. >> macgyver. >> saved the best for last. here we go. >> do we have it? >> ready? okay. >> this one. look at the curls. [ applause ] >> impressive. >> takes a mullet to know one, right? >> we're going spray those with fe febreeze. >> thank you, david spade. coming up he was the boss of
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♪ maybe it's maybelline. ♪ i'm ... ==topvo== san francisco police are investigating what appears to good morning. it's 9:26 right now. i'm kris sanchez. san francisco police are investigate what appears to be a botched armed robbery that happened this morning. two men are suspected of robbing someone in the mission district. police caught up with one of the suspects after they say he accidentally shot himself in the leg with an automatic weapon. it apparently happened as he ran from the scene and left a trail of blood. that man and a second suspect are now in custody. officers also say they recovered the weapon. danville police are offering a $6,500 reward to find the vandals responsible for this graffiti. it happened some time late sunday night at the all wars memorial in oak hill park. the memorial has bronze figures, walking paths and historic
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quotation wall. police are calling this a disgraceful crime. and perhaps a defining moment tonight for the golden state warriors. a loss in game four of the nba finals and now they're down to three games to one to lebron james and the cleveland kavcavalier cavaliers cavaliers, if that happens, i should say and dubs win a home court advantage. we have weather and traffic after the break. sfx: engines revving. listen up. ready. ready. steady.
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sfx: engines revving. go! ♪ it's more than a movie. it's now a ride. fast and furious. supercharged. ride it at universal studios hollywood. good thursday morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. we still have the low clouds and some mist across parts of the bay, but look at the north bay. beautiful bright sunny now 64 degrees. so today will be a hot one after the rain has moved out we see the sunshine today, 77 for the east bay, peninsula 72 south bay reaching 86 degrees. as we look closer into the weekend it will be a hot one. get ready for the heat to crank way up especially on saturday.
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now let's check in with mike. all right, kari still gray. but a lot of recovery. we see some sunlight bay bridge toll plaza look what's happened. the map will show you it's jammed across the bay bridge but the crash just cleared a few minutes ago over toward san francisco. that jammed things up and more folks heading down there because there was a crash on the richmond bridge. which has also cleared. the rest of the bay looking easier but we have fog on the coast. as we've been talking about all day and morning the slowing in toward pali. more local news in just a half hour. see you then.
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taking look at the headlines two killers who escape from a new york prison are in the sixth day. police shut down a road near the clinton correctional facility after a tip lead them to the area and the police told the residents to stay indoors. police are looking for the convicts david suite and richard matt in nearby vermont. investigators are questioning joyce mitchell who worked with the two men in the prison's tailor shop, and senior government officials tell nbc news she was going to be the get away driver until she apparently got cold feet. a study by researchers at stanford university medical center is suggesting a possible link between a popular type of heart burn drugs and increased risk of heart attacks. the drugs called proton pump
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inhibiters are among the most widely prescribed medications. the study doesn't prove a direct cause and effect. but experts say patients who take the drugs may want to speak with their doctor. the drug makers say the safety of proton inhibiters was reviewed by the fda before approval. the irs is announcing new steps to protect taxpayers from identity theft. they'll be joined by public and private sector tax officials in outlining new guidelines. months after cyber thieves stole information about more than 100000 taxpayers. and what is bugging you today? whatever it is, it can't be as bad as what was bugging this news reporter in kansas. take a look. [ screaming ] >> okay. nope. >> katia was taping a report at the military base when she was attacked by sinbugs.
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she finally got the job done then she headed for safer ground. she finally did her job. 9:31 right now. let's get a check on the weather from mr. roek per. >> i love they left her up there to do a couple more. >> one more time. >> they were loving everything that was happening. natalie, thanks so much. let's show what we have happening for the weekend. the weekend planner slight risk of strong somerss in the upper mississippi and ohio valley. we have slight risk from central oklahoma to texas. sunshine along the west coast. hot and steamy here in the northeast in the mid atlantic states. for saturday the sunshine and heat continues in the west. more wet weather gulf coast to the central plains western third of the country looking pretty good and sunday sunday more rain around great lakes into the central rookies. lower mississippi river valley and both coasts looking good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. looking spectacular here too. warming up this afternoon 77 degrees in the east bay.
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86 degrees for the south bay. after the low clouds clear out it will get some sunshine. north bay 86 degrees. so checking out the weekend get ready for a hot one especially in the tri-valley reaching 94 on saturday. bring it back to 88 degrees on sunday, but still looking pretty warm all across the bay area. have a great day. all right. that is your latest weather. >> we're excited about this gentleman. we first of course got to know tony danza in "taxi" and everyone's favorite house keeper and recently on broadway he wrapped up the musical "honeymoon in vegas." he's at the cafe carlisle standards and stories. he's here with us now. congratulations. you told us you can see the carlisle from your home and it was calling. what did it say?
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>> it beckons me. >> it is funny from my apartment on the west side, i could see it. i look at it all the time. you know, it's been i want to say a bucket list kind of thing but something i've wanted to do. i've seen so many great shows there. herb albert. last week i saw alan cummings. >> great. >> it is a terrific room. it is very romantic. i'm going to have to do a grown up act. >> what is part of your act? >> it's mostly singing there. natalie, when i do my act i usually earn a chance to sing. i got the job. so i'm going to have to. so i'm going tell some stories and i might put on my tab shoes a little bit, too. >> oh! >> that's all i ever wanted to be. really that's all i wanted to be was a dance man from the time i was in "taxi" that's really, you know, i tried. i really tried.
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and it really culminated honeymoon in vegas was amazing. it was this incredible love affair that happened every night there. and for me, it was you know, a step up. you're singing six songs, eight shows a week, six songs. that's where you have to reach the back of the, you know it's the craziest thing. it's not like singing in the shower. you have to reach the back. you have to really sing. it was wonderful. this is just the next step i guess. >> this is such a legendary role. bobby shore -- >> you were saying you took your mom there. >> i took my mom there. one of the last places i took her. >> i had a crazy english teacher and he used to just talk about bobby short all the time. that's all we heard about. this thing has been in my mind a long time. i can see it from my apartment. it's crazy. >> you've had a fascinating
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career to real life taxi driver to taxi we fell in love with you on who is the boss. schoolteacher for awhile. you wrote a book about that experience. what happened next after the carlisle? >> i don't know. it is interesting. it is funny i'm getting a little bit older and as we get going along here, and, you know i feel really excited about you know, it's like my daughter just -- we were talking about it and my youngest graduated from parsons, and i just look at her life and i think about how you know what we talk about what are you going to do? and basically we talk about learning. just keep learning. try to see what else is next and i was like, you know, one of the things i do in the show is my new love. i play the yukuk lay lee now. there was a thought for the day calendar and one day -- usually
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it says wear red sox. it said get a little guitar and practice for 30 minutes a day. i encourage everybody. >> get one. >> it's the best! it's this kind of thing you keep looking to keep growing. >> yeah. keep growing. >> i can't wait to see it. >> come on down to the carlisle. >> tony danza at the cafe car legal -- carlisle june 16th this guy first roamed the earth over 65 million years ago. like our van. yeah. we need to sell it. hi. need an appraisal? yeah. we do.
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>> my son plays the piano and i want to learn how to play the guitar. this is a device that attaches to your guitar. it doesn't work on all guitars. make sure you check the website. it gives you a lesson kit you get a workbook, dvd, cd. it is going to teach you the fundamentals of the most popular cords and you'll be able to take it away. have you learned a little bit for your son? >> i'm still working. i noticed you didn't pick it up and jam. >> the crew was like you need more work. >> probably a good call. >> let's talk about the iphone case that comes packed with tools. >> yes. guys love their tools, right. you have a phone with you at all times. this is the one multitool case utility. i thought would i need a case with tools on it? it is a ballpoint pen, lots of
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things in there and tsa compliant. >> i was going to ask. only $26. >> happy father's day. >> happy father's day. let's send it to al. >> thanks, guy. the chief contributor editor inspired home.tv has great gifts for the grill master in your life. >> nice to see you. >> let's start everything goes better with bacon. you have a better way to make bacon. >> that's right. this is the bacon pan. you put your strips in vertically. you want to spray it a little bit. pop it in the oven for about 15 or 20 minutes. once it's done you let it cool tap it out. how does it taste? >> that's fantastic. perfectly cooked. >> and drips the unhealthy fat down. >> that's the best part. electric charcoal. >> you can take this literally whenever. you can grill inside like this with the electric setting or pull it out and put charcoal in there for the beach outings or tailgating. >> you want to make sure it is well ventilated. >> yes. you're a late night griller?
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>> i am. this saved me on many occasions. each one of the utensils has a built in led light which is pretty cool. >> all the other guys -- ooo! >> yeah. that's a man cam there. these are from big mouth. these are drink coolers. they come in a variety of themes. you have the red solo cup. star wars or trek? >> trek. >> these are for you. captain kirk and spokeck. >> beer me up! >> why don't you grab the beer here. soccer or football? >> football. >> pop your drink all you do is press it down hard. you hear that? [ football sounds ] >> it's supposed to be pop your cap off and talk to you at the same time! >> that's fantastic. >> it issueworks well! or you can use that.
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>> thank you very much. >> chug al. for creative homemade ideas from latino magazines. great to see you. >> diy here. this is cool. >> you're a dad. you know the value of getting something handmade from your kids and wife. >> absolutely. >> to start out i have a hand print baseball. get a store bought baseball and check it out. they come with so many markings. if you use a little nail polish remover i took the marks off. >> it get it is nice and clean. >> cute for a kid. >> yeah. >> and a stash box for dad. dads love their candy and snacks, at least my dad does. i'm creating a stash box here and putting the favorite snacks and things in a toolbox. you can use something you might have around the house. >> hide it away from mom. >> exactly. >> what to do with your photographs. >> we love giving photographs but it is important to frame them in a meaningful way.
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here i've got scrabble pieces. i hope my husband is not watching. all of these are for him. here i spelled out "devoted dad daddy" you put a meaningful picture in here. >> i like this one. >> he kisses me he reads to me. reasons why any kids love his dad. i put the photos and put them together and you can give it to dad like that. >> i don't usually wear cuff links but you give me a reason to. >> these are so fun! >> you take picture was your child and you can print them. this is a great gift to do with kids. you can get the kids involved. it is a plastic paper that you put it in the oven and it shrinks down to the little size and you glue them on cuff links or tie pin. you can wear your kid to work every day. >> that's a cool idea. you're kind of a genius. >> well done. she played the kind hearted
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the perfect life. lauren, good morning. >> good morning! this is cool new sitcom for you. you're shooting in boston and you get to work along with your twin. a little pressure there? >> george is amazing. he's the best. we shoot in l.a. at the studio and it takes place in boston in a barbershop. it has the cheers vibe to it. >> it looks like it. >> yeah. it's cool. you have a live audience as well. >> we do. i love that. >> i think it is so fun. >> i come from a theater background it mixes my passion together. >> is comedy your thing? >> yeah. i started doing improv comedy in chicago and moved to new york and did it here. i do it in l.a. and we love it. >> we're saying how busy you are including you're in "jurassic world" world". >> yeah. it was a huge block buster. >> it was crazy. the movie is so exciting. i love the franchise going up. it was one of my favorite movies. to be in this is surreal.
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>> especially when you're running from dinosaurs. >> yeah. >> your character encounter any near death -- >> i work in the control room in the movie so i'm watching everything i'm the eyes and ears of the park and let everyone know when stuff goes awry which it is bound to do in jurassic"jurassic world" world". >> you're known for orange is the new black. we mentioned you were one of the prison guards. are you coming up? >> no. i'm not. >> did you binge watch the rest of us? >> i will be binge watching, yeah. and i watched both seasons. its a good show. i'm excited i was a part of it. >> how do you juggle this and look as beautiful. we were drooling over the fantastic dress. >> thank you. >> how do you juggle it and stay as optimistic as you are. >> it is so fun. i feel luxcky to do the projects. it is a dream come true. >> we like seeing you in lots of
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oh, my gosh. i ran into him downstairs and he helped me up the stairs. >> jack wagner! >> oh! >> need you say more? >> t.i. is here. >> the rapper? >> t.i. is going to rap with kathie lee. >> really? you rap? >> stick around. >> a sign of the
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i'm ... ==topvo== the hunt for a suspected north bay arsonist is over. good morning everyone. 9:56. i'm scott mcgrew. the hunt for a suspected north bay arsonist is over. police yesterday arrested john bixler. he's accused of torching two chevy volts on monday night. two other cars were damaged as
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well. investigators say surveillance video shows bixler grabbing a rag likely soaked in fire accelerant. police have released a new video to help crack a string of package thefts in fremont. since april the same group has been stealing packages off people's porches. in two cases men were caught on private surveillance video. the first showing a goateed man walking up and swiping a package. the second a man driving up getting out taking that parcel. police believe these and several other cases are connected. well let's check your weather this morning. >> good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. today in the bay we start out with patchy fog and drizzle in spots, but it clears out quickly and we're getting ready for a hot, dry and sunny afternoon. by lunchtime we're already up to 73 degrees in the peninsula. and san francisco little bit more sunshine 67 degrees. east bay 67 69 degrees there as
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we go into the drive home we continue to see those temperatures rising up to 84 degrees for the south bay. north bay 86 degrees. and the tri-valley reaching 93 degrees. >> man over 90 again. we're looking over here slow again southbound 101 starting to break up a bit approaching university. look at the map. this is a pali jam we talk about both directions slow approaching that corridor between university and the embarcadero off ramps. fremont shows last sign of compression there. slower drive for the east shore freeway because of crashes on both the richmond and bay bridges which cleared over the last 45 minutes. still got the recovery and slower drive toward the bay bridge. back fo you. more local news in half an hour. hope to see you then.
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♪ from nbc news this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >> let's hear that bad girl. ♪ >> mkto. >> that's us. >> that's right. >> "bad girls." >> it's thirsty thursday, thanks for being with us. june 11th. a terrific show today. the very handsome jack wagner is here. >> oh, jack wagner is here. >> he actually -- >> the great thing about jack. wait, just take a look at him. wait. [ laughter ]
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i don't know what interview he'll do but one can't be sure when four women from las vegas are with jack wagner. >> thank you, ladies. >> yes. >> i haven't seen jack in years. he looks so great. a lot of people will remember him from "general hospital" and "melrose place." now he's with our dear sweet friend lori lough lin. >> we'll talk about it. >> we have ambush makeovers coming up. we have a couple of lucky ladies who got a head to toe makeover. >> and the understudy of matthew morrison, he'll sing our special song. he's an inspiration to his wife and daughter, and it's all for father's day coming up. >> last night the cmt awards were on and everyone -- there was one big reason why a lot of people were watching. i mean, the awards are awesome and amazing but people haven't seen carrie underwood --
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>> in too long. >> since she had isaiah. >> is that her? >> that is carrie underwood. >> gosh. blonde -- she looks amazing. >> she won three cmt awards. she won the first one out of the gate. all you can do is watch her walk up and she looked incredible. so she actually won three. she won duet with miranda lambert called "something bad." best female video of the year and best video of the year for "something in the water." >> that's a great song. >> all men were in the category and she won. >> wow. >> so she was busy. got a lot of exercise walking up and down to get the awards. >> and dancing. she sang and danced to "little toy gun." >> don't you love it when good things happen to good people? >> yeah. ♪ ♪ mom and daddy just won't stop it ♪ ♪ fighting at the drop and don't know how to stop it, caught in the cross fire ♪ >> that's all well and good but
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i like to hear her when she soars with the notes. >> she does soar. all of our favorites were there. florida georgia line, darius rucker, little big town. let's take a look. ♪ ♪ only one way everybody knows it ♪ ♪ anything goes on friday night ♪ ♪ yeah, i take a piece of that style ♪ ♪ can't leave you alone, oh, no honey ♪ ♪ >> zac brown band. >> such great feel good music. >> you know how badly i wanted to be there. i'm watching on my crummy tv in my bedroom this big.
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all i could think of is i'm in my jammies, this is like the best -- >> i nominate you to host it next year. who would be better? nobody. >> kelsey, ballerina. >> yeah. lots of terrific singers. so much talent. >> more newsic news. gwen stefani is going to return to "the voice" for season 9. carson is very excited about that. >> a lot of -- she's replacing christina aguilera. christina is going to sit out -- i think it's how smart how "the voice" does it. you don't get bored, they changelñ it up. if you loved "pitch perfect" and "pitch perfect 2" good news there's going to be a "pitch perfect 3." already. >> okay. >> all righty. do you want to talk about this? >> yes. >> such a weird thing to open up. >> a bizarre picture. we knew that this young woman
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had died of an apparent drug overdose. but they don't know if it was intentional -- >> she was an 18-year-old girl named victoria segal. >> that is her mother. >> victoria. >> these people became famous because in 2012 there was a documentary called "the queen of versailles." it documented their attempt to build the biggest house -- >> biggest house in america. >> people are talking about this, because one, she's holding a beverage. >> her daughter is in the coffin. >> you can't tell you what she's doing to make it look like -- >> yeah. we have one picture, when i saw this dress and hat, is she going to the derby? i don't know. it just -- >> people mourn in different ways. but when you look at the photos i don't know. it looks not great. >> we have reached out to the segal family. they're in mourning. but it was surprising. all right so we have an interesting thing that's been --
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i guess auctioned off. >> yes. >> how much would you pay for a piece of wedding cake? how about if the wedding cake belonged to one of the royals? okay. prince william and kate middleton's wedding cake is in a box over there. >> and prince charles' 1981 wedding to princess diana. this is by the way is a house called julian's is doing this. second wedding -- >> with camilla. there's a piece of their cake and the fourth is andrew's wedding to sarah ferguson. >> didn't end well at all. the last cake is from the 1973 wedding that didn't end well either. >> okay. >> their wedding cake was five feet, six inches tall. >> you're not supposed to eat them. >> so which piece of wedding cake is worth the most? >> i don't know. i think it's either diana's --
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>> i think diana and chairman's. >> didn't they say kate and william? >> i'm going with diana. >> well, it is charles and diana's. $2,000. so julian's is auctioning off that dress right next to the cake. that belonged to princess diana. >> wow, beautiful. >> a gown she wore on the 1997 cover of harper's bazaar. isn't it strange to see a dress she wore? >> it is. i didn't know it at the beginning. anyway that's estimated to go for $80,000. the auction is set for june the 27th in beverly hills. you do not have to be present to bid. here is where you go julien's auction.com. we want to hear from you, why you want that little piece of history. what is it about that -- a wedding cake like that. all righty. caroline herera she's a brilliant dress designer.
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lovely lady. i mean, a lady. she's had it with the naked dresses. >> yeah. >> they have been the hottest thing on the red carpet. >> they show all skin and a few cutouts. >> the bare minimum so you don't get arrested for indecent exposure. there you go. beyonce wore won, j.lo, rihanna i think. >> it doesn't leave a whole lot to the imagination. >> you have to be in great shape to wear them. she told "the washington post," it's too much attention. leave a little mystery. >> ga-ga was the other one doing it in london. >> do you know what's interesting to me? all of the women we mentioned don't need to do it. they're all such talented people in their own right. their work speaks for itself. anyhoo -- >> by the way, i think it's time for hoda -- >> no, this song is so empowering. one of those songs that when you're feeling down and you feel like no withone issen willing to
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you, you're on your knees but you know you'll rise again. it's called "fight song" by rachel platten. >> fire in my bones, i still believe i still believe ♪ ♪ all those things i didn't say, wrecking balls inside my brain ♪ ♪ i will scream them loud this tonight, can you hear my voice ♪ ♪ this is my fight song, take back my life song ♪ ♪ prove i'm all right song my power's turned on ♪ starting right now i'll be strong ♪ ♪ i'll play my fight song and i don't really care if nobody else believes ♪ >> and they go -- you'll like this part. ♪ because i've still got a lot
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of fight left in me ♪ >> this part right here, jack, you'll love this part. ♪ a lot of fight left in me >> here we go. we've got time. ♪ like a small boat on the ocean sending big waves into motion ♪ >> that's the first line that rhymes. >> how a single word can make a heart open. ready, do it girl. ♪ i can make an explosion this is my fight song ♪ >> come on! right? ♪ >> oh, my gosh. >> it's just not my kind of thing. >> my heart is pounding. >> hoda, we're different human beings. i'm sure she's a lovely young woman. >> i met her cousin accidentally. >> of course you did. >> don't forget, you can hear us
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♪ because it seems so hard to believe ♪ ♪ that you're all i need >> that is -- i love that. i slow danced to that. it topped the charts in 1985. but jack's career started way earlier than that. >> that's right, with his leading man good looks, he heated up daytime tv on "general hospital" and that was before he turned into burns. >> and now starring on a show on hallmark, right, and when his estranged wife shows up it can jeopardize his future with another woman. >> you should be apologizing to her, not me. >> i guess i'm not ready to let you go. >> that's just it. you let me go a long time ago when martin died. >> no. i didn't.
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i just couldn't bear to be back at that house. and know he's never coming back. >> so you started over. you moved on. that's what i'm trying to do. >> give a guy a little room. >> yeah. >> please, a little space. i'm trying to move on. >> how about some mystery there. >> how about that? the hallmark asked christina to come back to the show. >> how is that working with -- for everybody doesn't know your situation, explain that. >> well the situation on the show or in real life? >> real life. >> you know that's christina, and she played felicia, christina wagner on "general hospital" and we got married in real life. we have beautiful children. and we were married 13 years, divorced in '05. we have been friends, we love each other very much. now we're co-stars on hallmark. a wonderful program. >> is it weird?
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>> the first time we worked together four months ago -- this all happened out of a dinner. because i was only going to do two episodes in the next season -- >> bill abbott took you out to dinner. >> yeah. that's what happens. he said would you like to be a regular this year? regular, sure. he goes, what do you think about if we brought felicia on or asked her to come on. i went, you mean christina? yeah, yeah, that's her. wow, that's interesting. so i called her. >> it's a fan base. that's -- bring the fans over with you. >> yeah. i mean, they have a great vision for this show. and they're actually doing it you know they have combined -- >> this is beautifully shot. >> like "downton abbey" meets "little house on the prairie." >> and lori loughlin is delicious. >> yeah. in 1910 the relationship meant
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would you like another piece of pie. >> yeah, it's the hallmark family. >> yeah. to create this back story is christina's story line -- >> she shows up -- >> she shows up after years. >> what is your profession in this show? >> i'm a forensic investigator. >> an early csi guy. >> yeah, i didn't have my own show. i was a mountie and there was a big explosion in the coal mine and i'm brought in to solve that. that's how i came on to the show. >> beautiful vancouver. >> beautiful. beautiful. >> you look so great. i'm so -- wow. really. yeah. annoying. >> oh i look great? i thought you meant the show looks great. >> well the show looks great. >> let's talk more about this. thank you. that's very kind. >> still sets the hearts on fire. >> we hear that ambush makeovers are must see hello. we're here in the tropics to tell you about our ocean spray cranberry mango juice drinks
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he's a man of many titles. grammy award winning artist, author, producer actor. not to mention the most important role of father of six as they star in "t.i. and tiny." it's a fun show. now he's executive producing and starring in season two of the oxygen series "sisterhood of hip-hop" where he's guiding five and up coming female talents as they struggle to make their mark in music. welcome! you're so cute. >> oh my goodness. >> you know what? it's the whole situation. >> yeah. >> got it happening. >> now, we know what klg stands for kathie lee gifford. what does t.i. stand for? >> it's not an acronym but more of an a abbreviation. my childhood name is is tip.
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>> what is the story? >> my father was named tip, and i was called that after him. >> what is your real name? >> clifford. >> so tip it is. [ laughter ] >> clifford. >> all right, so this show is kind of cool. you're with five women as they break into the hip-hop world which isn't an easy world for the women to break into. >> it is not. i think that's makes for the best television to be able to document the lives of these young ladies along their journey, you know, from where they are in their lives following their passion to where they would like to end up. >> how old are the ladies? are they -- >> they range from -- they're all in their 20s. >> okay. what's the biggest obstacle for a woman getting into hip-hop in a big way? >> i believe probably overcoming the double standards and the -- you know the stereotypes. >> you see nicki minaj and other people who sort of paved the way a little bit. >> absolutely.
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>> oh, look i can follow her train. >> you know it will be difficult to follow, you know, any superstars you know, i mean -- >> you have to have your own path. >> because the thing -- the thing that makes a superstar a superstar is an intangible thing that's very, very hard to pinpoint or put a finger on. if you try to follow it you look silly. >> who was the first? was it queen latifah would you say? >> queen latifah, mc light. >> i never heard of her. >> never heard of mc light? yeah, yeah. >> run dmc or somebody. >> it was in the generation. roxanne, shonte. >> it can't be that hard to do can it? rapping? >> let's throw a beat. let's do it. let's hear something. >> i left my drum machine at home. oh there we are. >> what do you do? this looks like something. >> well, gee, i like it. >> you follow your heart.
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12% higher than 10 years ago, but police staffing dropped 3% in that same time. a story you'll only see on nbc bay area -- >> hi how are you? >> brian stowe taking another step in his remarkable recovery from a savage beating. since stosur priced staff members yesterday with a visit to santa clara valley medical center arriving as you can see on crutches without a wheelchair or a walker. valley medical treated him after he was beaten into a coma in a giants/dodgers game. they can't believe how far he's come. we wish him the best. we'll have a look at weather and traffic coming up after the break.
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good morning, i'm meteorologist kari hall. we've seen some low clouds and fog in spots starting out in the lower 60s as you walk out the door today. expect highs in the 70s and 80s. it will be a warmer day as we head into the weekend getting ready for quite a bit of a warmup. looking at all the micro climates, 75 degrees and oakland 76 degrees while the tri valley sees highs reaching into the lower 90s. let's check in with mike. >> the bay bridge we have that backup here. a late crash on the bay bridge. the map. the big backup cleared an hour ago. we've had a huge backup just starting to thin out. the rest of your commute looking pretty good. a little slow past the coliseum.
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over into the palo alto the lane shift keeps you delayed like you would the rest of the week. back to you. thanks, mike. see you at 11. ♪ we are back on thirsty thursday to reveal our -- >> ambush makeovers. >> two lovely ladies were swept into our makeup chairs for head to toe looks. >> with them our glam squad contributors louis and jill martin. >> hi! >> little balmy out there this morning. >> yes. and the plaza looks full. so it was ours for the picking. >> all right. diane minor is 46 years old from pittsburgh, pennsylvania. first time in new york city, she works as part-time secretary. she has never dyed her hair before. so when she gets up in the morning she usually puts her hair up in a ponytail.
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she was shocked she was chosen for a makeover but can't wait to see her new look. let's listen to her story. >> well, abby, i think you and max are more excited than mom. tell me why. >> oh, my gosh my mom does everything for us. she says she's first and foremost a mom. she helps us out with everything for school, just encourages us in everything we do. everything she does is for us. >> oh that's so nice to hear. you tell me you're ready to see a whole new wife. >> oh she's fine the way she is. but we'll take it. we'll take it. >> take it. >> all right. jeff, all right, jeff. we have two kids max and abby here. keep your mind folds on for a second. this is diane minor before. let's see the new you. wow. wow. >> beautiful. >> all right, kids, take off your blind folds. take them off. >> wow. all right. ready diane?
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>> i am. >> turn around. >> wow! >> you look gorgeous. >> beautiful. really good. >> check out camera 12 first. tell us what happened. >> well, first of all there was a color change. from her natural brown color to this honey -- >> yeah. >> honey blonde brown color. looks so lovely. her maintenance will be extremely low because it's darker at the base. very close to her natural. the hair cut, bangs were put in by vanessa today. >> pretty. >> a simple blow dry. >> kids, dad, what do you think? >> she looks like beyonce. >> i like that. >> that's good. hello. approval from your son. >> jill, the leather and the jeans, all of it. >> it's a beyonce look. >> look at her body on her. we wanted to give her the basics. the andrew mark leather jacket and -- >> leather jackets. >> aren't they great? >> it's nice to have throughout the year. and the scott necklace.
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>> yeah, i think we'll take her to carnegie hall. >> all right. a round of applause. >> good job. >> all right. our second lady is toby clammoth. 38. her first time in new york city. she works as a teacher to middle school kids she teaches computers. she spends nine minutes tops on her appearance in the morning. she's been waking up her friends and relatives in texas to watch the show this morning. >> caitlyn and kenna. tell me why mom is so fabulous. >> well, she cleans for us. always takes care of us. >> oh. >> and what do you say? >> she gets me candy and ice cream. >> that sounds great. so you deserve this. i know you're excited. >> thank you. i am. i'm very excited. so we're excited to be here today. >> and she's here with her husband chris and their two children caitlyn and kenna. keep your blind folds on for a
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moment. let's look at toby before and bring out the new toby. oh my. >> wow. wow. >> all right, you guys, ready? all right, take them off. >> wow! >> you look sensational. toby, want to turn around? >> oh my goodness. >> wow. wow. >> right into camera 12, please. you guys like your mama? >> that's not my mom. >> that's not my mom. >> not my mom. >> all right. tell us about the hair. >> starting with hair color. so soft, natural, beautiful highlights again. highlights that will grow out every three months or so. easy to keep up with. she doesn't do much to her hair. that's her usual routine. vanessa cut off at least eight inches i believe, to create this length. full volume, simple. she does a terrific job. >> of course.
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what are you thinking? >> i'm thinking it's time for a night out on the town. >> that's the game, yes. >> yes. is that new by shanny? >> it is. >> a little off the shoulder with the three-quarters sleeve. >> all right. let's bring diane back out. a big round of applause. >> thank you guys so much. all right, it's the guys' turn. in honor of father's day, we want you to send the man in your life a makeover and have him get ambushed. everyone has a story. >> here's a little healthy advice. eat well live well, and take of what makes you you. right down to your skin with aveeno® aveeno® daily moisturizing lotion with the goodness of active naturals® oat and 5 vital nutrients for healthier looking skin in just one day. healthy skin equals beautiful skin.
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♪ everyone has a story today we meet our newest everyone has a story story. and luke wrote about what an amazing father he is even though he has a medical condition that will leave him blind. >> we'll speak with them in a moment. but first let's listen to what michelle had to say in her beautiful letter. >> imagine living in a dark world where you struggle to see. yet you do so with a smile and a thankful heart. this is my husband. my husband, luke gamble, was diagnosed as a young child with a degenerative eye disease called retinitis pigmentosa. it causes a limited vision field of about 20%. yet he greets myself and daughter with a big smile and a good morning, beautiful. after being married for about two years we started talking about having a child. but we knew that his condition is hereditary and could be
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passed on. we decided to leave that up to god. god knew best and blessed us with a beautiful baby girl, sadie, in 2006. yes unfortunately, she has rp as well. luke's outlook on it all -- he has a wonderful life and she can as well, despite the challenges they face. he's an amazing role model for her. showing her that no obstacle is too big. one day she said i don't care that my eyes don't work well. i love being like daddy. yes, she's just like her daddy. i wouldn't want it any other way. luke never puts himself first. it breaks my heart to see him struggle in ways that most of us take for granted every day. i could never imagine my life without him. the best things in life you don't see with your eyes. you see them with your heart. my heart says i have the most amazing husband in the world. and sadie has the best daddy in the world. >> oh that is sweet. >> what a letter. >> beautiful letter.
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with us are luke michelle and sadie gamble. i guess this is a big surprise to you. >> yeah. yeah. >> for the first time -- >> didn't know he was coming to do the show. why did you keep him in -- >> he knew we were going to the show, but not why it was. >> yeah. >> what did you think, luke hearing the letter for first time? >> oh, my goodness, are you kidding me? it was absolutely amazing. to hear such words spoken about you. yeah absolutely incredible. you just try to -- you know, be the best person you can and then here you are. thanks to michelle really. it's incredible. >> sound like grateful people. a lot of people would bemoan their situation, say, why me god? you know, why do you choose the gratitude way instead? >> well, believe me, there's certain times you want know why me. why did you choose me for this, for this path and this life.
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and really i come down knowing that god really loves me. he's got this path and a plan and sometimes i have to count on him and follow the ways and there's times when i really thought it's really struggled. and then the next day, all of a sudden, i'm reading an article about hope. there's hope. there's clinical trials going on they're looking at curing this. >> oh, that's fantastic. >> michelle, great for sadie. >> one of the beautiful things is what sadie said about her dad. like she doesn't want to lose her vision because she wants to be like her dad. that must give you such hope for your little girl, for her outlook on life. >> yeah. she knows daddy's great with it. >> daddy. >> crazy about him. >> have you already bought him a father's day present? >> i made one for him at school. he has no idea what it is. >> okay, good. we'll keep that a secret. >> all right, in a second we'll have a special song for the gamble family performed by
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♪ ♪ everyone has a moment to change their life ♪ >> we are back amazing that everyone has a story family. now time to hear for the song that david friedman and i wrote for it. it's called "see it with your heart." here to song it is broadway performer straight from "finding ever land" kevin kern. ♪ ♪ some people greet the morning with tired and bleary eyes ♪ ♪ and see the dreary weather but never realize ♪ ♪ the beauty and it's full of endless possibilities ♪ ♪ as far as the eye can see it's right there full of joy and if you're smart ♪ ♪ you'll know you'll only see it if you see it with your heart ♪
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♪ some people view the future through the prism of their pain ♪ ♪ and think their only option is to suffer and complain ♪ ♪ but there is might that's full of endless opportunity right here clear as the eye can see but only for the ones who choose to start ♪ ♪ to know that i'll see it when they see it with their ♪ some people know the answers because they realize ♪ ♪ the sweetest things in life are never seen through human eyes ♪ ♪ they're seen from some place distant, from some place worlds apart ♪ ♪ seriously hidden until you see it with your heart ♪ ♪ so tomorrow brings a morning with fresh and open eyes ♪ ♪ start looking at the future through the eyes of one who spies ♪ ♪ full of beauty and full of
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life ♪ ♪ to be full of endless possibilities, as far as the eye can see it's full of joy and if you're smart ♪ ♪ you'll know you'll only see it if you see it with your heart ♪ ♪ you'll know you'll only see it if you see it with your heart ♪ >> yes. yes. kevin kern. so great. be right back with something special. >> but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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♪ we're back with the gamble family who are just treated to a song by kevin kern also with
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the composer david friedman and composer, mr. david wild. what did you think of your song? >> oh, it was fantastic. >> it was great. >> that was such a beautiful letter. >> yeah. >> did you like -- sadie -- >> sadie's busting okay. she's having more fun. >> we wanted to give you something special. we know you guys are big minnesota twins fans. >> yes. >> you even got engaged on the jumbotron, is that right? so the team heard your story and they're inviting you to join them at an upcoming game. you're going to gone the field and meet the players, you'll watch batting practice. they sent over a signed jersey, a ball signed by joe mauer, a hat. you can hear the game better. >> yeah. >> all kinds of stuff. >> is that good? >> you like that more than the song? >> i'll try not to take that personally. >> that song was beautiful, absolutely. >> yay.
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>> we give you this song so you can have it with you as a memento. these are all of your cards. thank you all so much. >> amazing. >> "finding neverland" a great show, a great cast. >> come see it. >> hard to get seats. >> you have to be quick about it. >> david has a brand new book called "the brand new power of positive thoughts." never have that. never ever. in the spare time he writes books. what's coming up for you? >> making music and tv shows. >> you haven't gone hollywood on us, have you? >> no. never. >> still a boy from jersey. i do i do. yes. coming up tomorrow, camilla albin is going to cook up something for us. >> and camilla and laura michelle kelly from "finding neverland." >> relationship advice tomorrow.
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>> plus our real moms weigh in on summer movies. >> so much going on. awesome thirsty thursday. see you tomorrow for friday. >> bye, s
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right now at 11:00, she thought it was love but got cold feet. new details about a prison work worker accused of helping two inmates escape in new york. good morning, thanks for joining us. i'm kris sanchez. >> and i'm scott mcgrew. we're following this developing story on the east coast. we're told sheen she will be charged for helping them break out. over a couple months she established a relationship with escapee richard matt. in the end she was not the getaway driver. the search is i

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