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good sunday morning. i am meteorologist anthony slaughter. another hot day in lake county at home.
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expecting to see sunshine. we have cloud cover this morning. temperatures are mild for the most part. later this afternoon we will see another sunny day, temperatures are similar to where they were yesterday. cooler in spots. 84 for south bay, 78 for the peninsula, 68 for san francisco. mix of sun and clouds, even for the north bay, expecting temperatures in the low 80s. same for the tri-valley. temperatures back to the low to mid-80s for today. have a good one. and that's your latest forecast. thank you. up next too racy for the grocery store. why some supermarkets are about to cover up the cover of coz moe. first, these messages. ♪ there are no medals won for earning a living. it's just what you do for family. but it's hard to build a future if you can't see past today. that's why walmart is investing in the most important part of our company - our people. because a raise in pay, raises us all.
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to the total family. listerine® total care. one bottle, six benefits. power to your mouth™. an iconic women's magazine will soon be covered up. dylan is following this. this isn't about the pictures right? >> no about the words surrounding the picture which are racy enough. we're talking about "cosmo poll contain" magazine. it was published in 1960. this was one of the trademark covers in 1965. this is cosmo now. they're known for pushing the envelope. their headlines are racy sexy and controversial soon it will be placed behind blinders. the blinders will be u-shaped.
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it hides the headlines appearing around the cover. they won't cover the model or the banner at the top. this is kind of what it will look like. how did this happen? it's a response to a campaign from a conservative group called the national center on sexual exploitation formally known as morality in media. one leaders is victoria hurst which founded the hurst group which publishes the magazine. should retailers place issues of cosmo behind blinders to shield minors from the magazine's sexual content. we posted the question on today.com. yes or no. what do you think? >> that picture at any time seem like we shielded a lot. >> your eyes go right to her. >> hey, look here you go. serving it right up. >> it's been my experience often times when you put things behind -- >> it ignites curiosity.
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i had a friend who said i read cosmo all the time because it gives me good tips on women. >> there you go. harry smith is here reflecting on how jon stewart has become a cultural icon in his 16 years as host of the dail i can't find my discover card! wait, i can freeze my account. [touch tone] introducing freeze it, from discover. it allows you to prevent new purchases on your account in seconds if your card is misplaced. not here... ♪ and once you find your card, you can switch it right on again. hey...you're back! [touch tone] freeze it, only from discover. get it at discover.com. lowe's presents how to install a new washing machine with one finger. maybe a little more that way. nice! now get 10% off select major appliances $396 and more at lowe's.
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take a live look outside [adlib] san josvky/2shot i'm cky nguyen...along good sunday morning to you. the time is 6:26. we want to start you off with a live look outside at san jose where there's a little gray in the sky there. i am vicky nguyen aside anthony slaughter who has a check of the micro cast forecast. cloudy all over the bay? >> yes, cloud cover is with us the first half of the day. this is a shot from tib you are on. the golden gate bridge is shroud shrouded in fog. it is extensive across the area. temperatures in the low to mid-60s. later today, a similar day to what we saw yesterday, but not as humid.
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low 80s for inland valleys and around the inner bay. we will see temperatures in the low to mid 70s. very comfortable, not as much humidity. cloud cover will burn out quickly, we will have sunshine and it will feel nice. temperatures stay this way through the upcoming week. there will be rain and we have a hurricane headed towards hawaii. we will talk about that at 7:00. >> looking forward to it. thank you. happening now, it will be another slow trip across the bay today. that's because barge is not running from oakland to san francisco. j-2 of the transbay tube closure begins today as they work on the track. traffic above ground traffic is moving well. closure means b.a.r.t. riders have to find another way. overall, b.a.r.t. ridership was down by half as the tube was closed for work on the aging crossover track system. the san francisco bay ferry
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extended service was up 24%. they used the ferry between oakland, alameda and san francisco. another transbay closure is expected over labor day weekend. new details on the three alarm house fire that ignited in east san jose foothills that left a family homeless. a mother father and their four young children escaped with only what they were wearing after flames erupted from their 7,000 square foot home. you can see flames bursting through the roof there. this happened yesterday at 3:00 in the morning. the family is currently staying at another home. a neighbor is using social immediatemedia to get the word out they need help. ten people have stepped up with donations of blankets towels and toys. police are searching for a parolee identified as a suspect in downtown concord. they're looking for this man. he is a suspect in a robbery and
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assault with a deadly weapon. he is also a registered sex offender. he was originally seen driving a gold 1991 honda accord. with a california license plate number at the bottom of the screen. police say he is considered dangerous. coming up next a growing controversy in a south bay city. show you the shortcut to the beach that's making residents short of patience. that and top new stories and anthony slaughter back with a look at the hurricane over the pacific. for now, we send you back to the "today" show!
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we have to do whatever we to keep americans safe. nine people shot in a church. what about that? crazy is crazy, right? [ cheers and applause ] >> we are back on this sunday morning, august 2nd 2015. the crowd can do better than that. [ cheers and applause ] jon stewart saying goodbye to the daily show. among his guests amy schumer. leaving behind an incredible legacy. changed the landscape of news really and cable television. coming up in a bit harry smith taking a look what has changed since stewart started the show
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in 1999. >> meantime out here on rockefeller plaza you heard we have a phenomenal crowd with us this morning. big thanks to all of you guys for being here. [ cheers and applause ] lots of birthdays and anniversaries, even a first birthday here this morning. we begin the half hour with a growing feud between two neighbors in kentucky. this one is over a drone and whether one man invaded the other's privacy. kerry sanders has that story. >> reporter: flying a drone one of america's fastest growing hobbies. for others it's shooting them down. in one kentucky neighborhood a neighbor with a drone and the other with a gun are now in a fight that goes beyond the neighborly quarrel. david captured this video of his neighbor 47-year-old willie mar
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meredith. meredith arrested charged with public endangerment for downing the drone with a shotgun. meredith claims nobody was in danger when he did it. the drone was hovering just over his 6 foot fence. the camera allegedlied aimed at his duodaughters in the backyard. >> we don't know if files. >> the pilot said if that were the case by all means shoot it down. >> if somebody was flying in my backyard playing peekaboo around a canape i would shoot it down too. the problem with willie is he's not telling the truth. >> reporter: this recording of the flight path proves that he was flying above 200 feet but neighbor willie said there was more than one flight that day. >> it's an invasion of privacy. we were in our backyard. had he never stopped over my house we wouldn't have this
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conversation. >> reporter: a feud over a drone in kentucky. isn't this sort of how that other feud in this part of the country started? you know, the hatfield and mccoys? quite the sight to behold here in new york city. check this out. incredible images of wild animals put up on the empire state building last night. francis rivera is here. new york city skyline is stunning already. even more so with these images. it was done by a couple of film makers who are trying to make a difference in the world helping to raise awareness of endangered animals. for years the empire state building here in new york has helped honor certain occasions and holidays by lightening up with various themed colors. from the fourth of july's red and blue to the red and green of christmas. even the colors of the rainbow for gay pride week. but last night, the landmark building was showing these
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images to draw attention to the mass extext. from a snow leopard to a bald eagle. the exhibit the first of the kind using moving images on the building was created by film makers travis and luis. >> i think we're trying to start something here. thinking about what we can do with the world and our lives and the cities. >> we're about to lose half the species on the planet potentially by the end of the century. it's the biggest issue on the planet. >> the images which appeared on 33 floords were displayed using 40 projectors on the roof on the nearby party. one was a giant ape appearing to climb the 71st floor. reminiscent with another primate. another special moment of the night this image of cecil the lion who was killed last month in zimbabwe with a cross bow.
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a story tragic example of why this project was conceived in the first place. it was one of the coolest things to see. one of the film makers also directed "racingeingeing extinction." you can find that on the discovery channel this december. think of all the things cool in new york city and for these three hours they were projecting the images. it makes you wonder what else they'll do. >> yeah. >> thank you. good to see you. here is a look at the morning's headlines now. hundreds are being evacuated as the fast moving wild fire in northern california continue to burn out of control. at least two dozen homes have been destroyed already. all out manhunt underway in memphis for a person who shot a police officer last night. 33-year-old sean bolton was killed during a traffic stop.
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officer billollton had been with the force. >> and ronda rousey in the ufc fight on saturday night. with that rue si remains undefeated. let's get a final check of the sunday weather. >> good morning. we've got two adorable kid here. this is your first time in new york city huh? >> yeah. >> what was your favorite part? >> climbing the world trade center. >> that was a long climb, huh? it's nice to have you here. we have a cute little man in the background who is yelling for everybody's attention before. there he is! look at me! let's take a look at the weather going on across the country where we have a storm in the pacific ocean we're keeping an eye on. s it -- it is category two hurricane guillermo. it will weaken before it gets to hawaii but it looks like it will pass awfully close wednesday
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night as a tropical storm. that means rough surf and the potential with flooding with heavier winds. elsewhere across the rest of the country today we're looking at a chance of stronger storms around the great lakes and enhanced risk of large hail also damaging winds gusts and isolated tornado is possible. those will not be wide spread. we're looking for scattered showers and storms near florida and same story for tomorrow. northern florida could end up with brief flash flooding and good sunday morning. i am meteorologist anthony slaughter. temperatures are not bad, in the low 60s. it is mild when you step out the door. later this afternoon, we will see sunshine in the inland valleys, temperatures back into the low 80s for the south bay. same deal for the north bay, east bay and peninsula, temperatures are comfortable, low to mid 70s, tri-valley not as hot, no temperatures near 90. a hurricane is headed toward hawaii, we will talk about that
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at 7:00. and that's your latest forecast. guys? >> all right, dylan. thank you. still to come on "today." the sunday story. we share great pieces that we think you will enjoy on a sunday morning. onstew jon stewart and one woman having a second wedding. >> we'll introduce you to another woman hoping to change the world with one flash fund-raiser at a time. imagine - she won't have to remember passwords. or obsess about security. she'll log in with her smile. he'll have his very own personal assistant. and this guy won't just surf the web. he'll touch it. scribble on it. and share it. because these kids will grow up with windows 10. get started today. windows 10. a more human way to do. hurry in to the lowe's summer savings event for great deals, like 25% off all energizer® batteries,
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once again thanks to the incredible support of her husband and the entire community. kate snowe has her story. >> reporter: the carriage was an extra touch arranged by the groom to make sure that this wedding will live in the bride's memory forever. and that was the whole point. this was a kind of do over for a couple who met back in sunday school. >> he was that little boy that was like hey, how is this going on? get away from me. you have kooty y krooty ycooties. >> reporter: by high school they were sweet hearts. last august they got married for the first time. it was also a beautiful ceremony. but 19 days later, a car plowed into justice as she waited to make a left turn. you spent months recovering. at what point do you realize there's something wrong with your memory? >> about a month and a half. there's wedding pictures around
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me and jamie and the paperwork that said justice stanford. i was like what is going on? >> reporter: you didn't remember being justice stanford? >> no. >> do you remember how you felt? >> i was heart broken. i was sick to my stomach, and i don't know why i said it but instantly i said don't worry about it. we'll do it again. >> reporter: jeremy knew he was going to need help financially to get it down. he created a crowd funding site online which got the community engaged. >> pick up the phone and ten minutes have the entire wedding. just about everything donated. >> reporter: saturday morning she had her hair done for free and put on a brand new dress. >> it looks good! >> reporter: so many details exactly the same the sunflower theme, country, and bling justice calls it. >> it's the best gift jeremy could give you. the gift of giving you your wedding day back. >> reporter: their hope is if justice ever does remember last
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year's ceremony she'll be able to distinguish between two her two big days. mostly they just wanted to remember this day as a couple. >> you may kiss your man. >> reporter: after an emotional vick a small reception and dreams of the future. >> one day we will have a family. he wants six kids but i guess we will see about that. >> first a memorable honeymoon. honeymoon. for "today" kate snowe nbc news. >> such a great story. the best part about that story is seeing the community come together. seeing the folks deciding to be a part of this special day, as well. more people coming together for strangers. erica hill is going to show us how the idea of flash fundraising is helping make changes around the world. first these messages. years ago. like our van.
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welcome back to "today." a major change happened in just 24 hours thanks to the generosity of people from around the world corralled into one
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flash fundraiser online. identify a need figure out how much it costs to fill the void raise the money, give it directly to the cause and do it all in just 24 hours. it's a brain child of a young woman determined to make a difference. for eight years this detroit street corner has hosted a weekly barbecue for the homeless an all volunteer pot luck every saturday rain or shine. sometimes serving as many as 200 people. >> what does it mean to the community? >> burgers are a means to an end. the whole goal is to build relationships. social entrepreneur malory brown was first introduced five years ago. on tuesday she introduced it to the world. >> that's why they are feeding the homeless. it's really a place where we come together to share a meal. >> it can all end tomorrow. the barbecue is losing its home.
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>> reporter: recent zoning changes meant the barbecue needed to move. malory set a goal of raising $10,000. she wanted to do it in just 24 hours. >> please donate. >> reporter: it happened in a little more than two. >> we hit 10 k. >> reporter: as quickly as the money is raised it is put into action. >> i was like -- >> successfully launched in january. her flash fundraising helped secure a new home for a family in haiti. outfit a community center in mexico with educational supplies. and in the wake of this year's devastating earthquake meet
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essential help and sanitation needs. all funds raised go immediately to the cause. how important is it for people to actually see what happens with their donations? >> it's not just writing a ecwhich. it's hoping that it goes somewhere good. you actually get a direct result and get to feel the notion behind it. >> reporter: for malory the chance to bring this project to her hometown holds special meaning. >> the dedication behind this barbecue represents the dedication of the city. >> reporter: with more than $25,000 raised in 24 hours community barbecue not only found a permanent home in this park they were able to build a pavilion and a new grill and will now have $15,000 to keep the fire going for years to come. to christen their new home they invited the neighbors. >> does all of this feel real?
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>> yes. it feels like the best birthday ever. >> you put something out there that is good people will support it. this is true. >> it's a pretty cool concept. initially they thought this is a great idea but we are not sure you can pull it off in 24 hours. one of the things they say is if you get this notice saying we need to raise this much money in 24 hours you think we should do it now. >> it's a great concept. it's a great concept. >> donations range. >> is this her full time job? >> it's not. she has a company she started five years ago. you buy one and get one with t shirts and clothing. next stop is cambodia in the fall. >> keep us posted. harry smith is with us to take a look back at the last 16 years of the daily show and the legacy that jon stewart leaves behind.
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this is my favorite part of the show. this morning "sundays with harry." after 16 years of jon stewart signing off. >> stewart interviewed some of the world's biggest news makers. harry smith is with us to reflect. >> good morning. jon stewart took half an hour late night comedy show and turned it into a fixture in politics and culture. i'm pretty sure it was one of the most asked questions of the last 15 years or so. did you see jon stewart last
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night? when he went on the air in 1999 he was a skinnier less assured version of the guy who came to own the sutiric air waves except the program was never on the air. it was on cable which meant the daily show was more prone to risk less afraid of offense. >> yes we can, but should we? >> reporter: which made it perfect for an audience that was simultaneously giving up on network news and definitely not getting news from the printed page. >> boom! >> reporter: stewart and the daily show matured. the facts were never more available. like their grandparents and those around them wanted a person to bring it to them and stewart gleefully complied. >> let's see what great story we get. >> reporter: the show was
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biassed against hypocrisy and the usual crave of nonsense that is american policy. >> ownership over our current predicament. >> reporter: it was happiest when it was attempting to slay conservative dragons. >> i need me some donald. >> reporter: often its favorite target was fox. >> i watch a lot of fox news because i hate my own head. >> reporter: along the way jon stewart got famous. >> let's assume -- >> reporter: the people on his show faired pretty well the reporters were funny enough to get their own show which they did a lot. >> i am going to miss coming here every day. >> reporter: there are plenty of folks just coming to grips with the idea that jon stewart will no longer be their guide to our
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cultural swamplands and quite frankly they will feel lost without him. so the final guest this week you have amy schumer, louis ck dennis leery. thursday is the last night. >> there is also the night of the first republican presidential debate. >> how about that? >> interesting. >> lots of material there. how many people come along in life and actually change the culture? this guy moved things in his direction. >> yeah. >> very powerful force. >> he is an authentic guy doing it by being himself. >> i enjoyed him after there was some sort of national tragedy. he always had a way of putting things in perspective and making you think about things in a different way. >> walking back towards something. >> thank you very much. by the way, we want to check in on the results of our today.com
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survey. we asked should we -- look at that. 51% say yes. 49% say we want to see the dirt. no i'm kidding. >> that's pretty smart. >> there you go. you are not saying it. there is something going on in there. >> a reminder to tune in to meet the press this morning. one of the guests will be donald trump. that will do it for us on a sunday morning. i'll see you tonight on nbc nightly news and we'll see you back here tomorrow. nbc news nightly news. enjoy your sunday everyone.
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take a live look outside...... oakland good morning to you. the time is 7:00. we want to start you off this sunday with a live look outside at oakland. bit of a cloud cover and fog across the entire bay area this morning. hi there, i am vicky nguyen. thanks for waking up with us. let's get a check of the micro climate forecast with anthony slaughter. good morning to you. >> good morning. cloudy this morning, one you want to stay in cuddle under the down comforter. it is mild. temperatures in the 60s, cloud cover in every single location. we have showers, another day of showers falling in the desert southwest, socal, near sierra.

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