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good morning. taking on trump. emotions running high today. a day after violent protests broke out in california. ahead of donald trump's speech to a republican gathering forcing him to ditch his car and hop a highway barrier to get inside. >> oh, boy. i felt like i was crossing the border, actually. i was crossing the border, but i got here. >> as ted cruz and john kasich make a last-ditch effort to stop trump with the crucial indiana primary three days away. we are live on the campaign trail. severe weather watch. 30 million americans at risk again today as the storm threat moves east from the plains to
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the gulf coast. roads ruined. flights delayed. more on the way. bringing softball-sized hail and damaging winds and potential flash floods. missed opportunity. did a private pilot spot one. two teenaged boys lost at sea months ago clinging to debris? a missed opportunity to flag down help as the parents battle in court over the iphone. and look out. an unmanned furniture truck down the massachusetts streets backwards and plowing into the house. >> it sound like a bomb went off. >> thankfully no one was hurt, but boy do the neighbors have a story to tell. saturday, april 30th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> good morning. welcome to "today." i'm sheinelle jones. >> i'm jeff rossen alongside
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dylan dreyer. do you have one of the nights where you can't sleep? i kept having nightmares of this playing. it's dylan dancing to "ice, ice baby." we showed you that yesterday. we will show you more of that. >> my family has had that nightmare for years. >> i felt if i were 6 and you were 6, we would be friends. >> that was the cool thing to do. >> we will have more on that. let's get to the top story. what could be the last chance for donald trump and republican rivals to stop him in the indiana primary three days from now. on friday, trump faced mass protesters as he spoke to a gathering in northern california. demonstrators clashing with police and breaking down barriers. we have nbc's ron mott in indianapolis. good morning. >> good morning, sheinelle. a long time indiana played a
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pivotal role on tuesday. there is a lot on the line. ted cruz stumped in indiana on friday trying to stop trump on tuesday. protesters in california tried to stop the billionaire in his tracks, clashing with police and breaking down barricades. the most violent since chicago last month. and they tried to get to the conference near san francisco. >> that was not the easiest entrance i ever made. my wife called. she said there are helicopters following you. we went under a fence and through a fence. oh, boy. i felt like i was crossing the board actually. i was crossing the border, but i got here. >> reporter: cruz and running mate, former candidate carly fiorina, appeared in the hoosier state. >> i am proud to stand next to this man.
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the man i believe must be our nominee. a great leader and fight for the soul of our party. >> reporter: the stop trump movement could grind to a halt if he nabs the winner take all primary and establishment republicans like mike pence seemed resigned to the looming prospects of a nominee trump. >> i want to commend trump. i'm not against anybody, but i will vote for ted cruz. >> reporter: at the plant in indiana, jobs have surged since the great recession. doubling to 4,000. and the purchase manager believes that a trump presidency will keep his plant going. >> i like he is not afraid to stand up for what is right. i feel he is a good businessman. >> reporter: both trump and cruz have scheduled events in indiana between today and tuesday to try to get the voters on the fence
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over to their yards. >> thank you, ron. >> we have elise jordan here with us this morning. nice to have yo >> hi. >> this is winner take all on tuesday in indiana. is this cruz's last stand? do we wake up on wednesday to the notion that donald trump is the nominee? >> it is not over until the june 7th primary. there are still over 300 delegates left until june 7th f out of 500. i believe it is california or bust. if ted cruz loses in indiana, it will be really hard for him to win in california. i believe it is much better for him to have a strong showing in indiana. >> what is the play for the republican party here on two levels? one, do they start telling ted cruz maybe you should drop out and make way for donald trump
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and do they rally behind donald trump? >> i think you will see fragmentation among republicans as they come to grips with donald trump. there will be opposition from him who are ideological opposed to trump's versus of democrat light. he has been a democrat most of his life. there are plenty of conservatives who will never accept that. there will be those republicans who see principles for power and follow trump as he comes closer to the nomination. >> how concerned are you as a republican strategist what this is doing to the party? you see the scenes like yesterday in california. violent protests. blood, bloody faces, protesters knocking down barricades. what does this do to the party long term? >> i think it is horrible for the party, but a microcosm for the party as a whole.
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this is more than partisan division. the country needs a leader to draw them together, not push them apart. that's what i worry about instead of bringing people together, trump is galvanizing people to bully other americans. >> if you were ted cruz's top strategist, what would you say to him? >> stay in. stay in. >> elise jordan. >> thanks for having me. to the severe storms slamming the south. from texas to indiana. today, tens of millions of people are facing the threat of more wild weather. nbc's jay gray is in dallas this morning. >> good morning, sheinelle. we are between storms here this morning. cities have taken a beating over the last several days.
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the area this morning is bracing for what could be more severe weather. >> reporter: the assault by mother nature began late yesterday and continued overnight. violent winds, heavy rain. >> tornado on the ground. >> reporter: tornadoes and hail across the midwest and plains. 25 million in the potential strike zone. including the family that lived in this southwest oklahoma home. >> we had no idea. we were inside the storm shelter at the school. never would have thought that we would not have a house. >> reporter: everything in sight scattered for miles. some of the worst damage in oklahoma where a large tornado tore through a barn downing trees and power lines. the funnel caught on camera in dorchester, texas, where residents were told to take shelter. in lindale, texas, storm waters washed away the road. hail battered texas. golf ball-sized ice downed
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affiliate's truck kxas. hours were delayed at international airport. flood waters are already rising across the south, including gulfport, mississippi, again under water with the potential of more severe weather in the forecast across the region through the weekend. >> that includes the possibility of more flooding, tornadoes and hail in an area where so many are still picking up from the string of violent weather through the week. sheinelle. >> jay gray, thank you. >> dylan is here with more. how bad will it be? >> today it will move east. we could see severe storms, but the threat is for flooding rain. the ground is saturated. we had several tornadoes reported yesterday across texas and oklahoma. we had 3 to 5 inches of rainfall in the midwest. this is part of the bigger
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system. snow on the northwest side of the system. severe storms on the southeast si side. it is rainy and wet in the ohio valley and great lakes. we had flash flood watches and the red boxes indicate flood warnings. any additional rain will make the situation worse. and that is what we will see. as we put on the radar here, we have cloud-to-ground lightning and torrential rain. these indicate where we have heavy rain. as we go through the day, this moves into southeastern louisiana. as it does, it will produce pockets of heavy rain. we get a bit of a break on saturday. as we go into monday, more wet weather into southeastern texas and louisiana. that could exacerbate the flooding. we have potential of severe storms in st. louis today. today's threat is large hail, isolated tornadoes. the rain and flooding is going to be the biggest concern with
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another 2 to 4 inches possible. >> dylan, thanks. investigators looking for clues in the untimely death of prince. that's not the only mystery swirling this morning. did the rock icon leave behind a treasure trove of music that could be worth millions. nbc's stephanie gosk is digging into the story for us. >> reporter: what has become clear in the days since prince's death, even for the loyal fans, the pop icon, despite his fame, kept much of his life private. including most of his music. a secret archives so big, it eclipses the work everyone knows well. this music reporter interviewed him. >> i asked prince because he hasn't had time to go through archives if he intended these songs to come out after he was gone. he said i don't think about
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gone. >> reporter: now as investigators continue to probe if prescription painkillers played a role in his death, his siblings are unraveling his he said. prince did not leave a will. locked up, hundreds, possibly thousands of songs. what do you do with the music and who puts a price tag on that? among the mystery surrounding paisley park is the secret vault. storage for all the hard drives and tapes. >> the sheer amount that came out of him could not be grappled with during his lifetime. >> reporter: prince left him with a thought that will give fans a chill. >> prince definitely thought, he literally said to me i didn't always give the record companies the best songs. >> reporter: that's right. "purple rain," "little red
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corvette." there might be some competition. stephanie gosk, nbc news, chasmannan, minnesota. >> and coming up, why you should have a will. and the two boys that disappeared at sea nearly a year ago are at odds after the iphone left behind with the small boat. this as the private pilot reveals he spotted and lost sight of someone clinging to a piece of wreckage. was it one of the boys? here's nbc kerry sanders. >> reporter: released information shows stepanos and cohen lost at sea. their distraught parents fighting if court.
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the iphone discovered in the boat near bermuda. stepanos father will ship the iphone to apple. any data will be reviewed by the court and released to perry cohen's family if the judge deems is relevant. >> we are pleased that the judge ordered that the phone be sent some place for a thorough, transparent and truthful investigation. >> reporter: florida investigators had the iphone in rice to dry it out before returning it to austin's father. lawyers for perry's mother said it should be analyzed and preserved as material evidence in a possible crime. amid her concerns, the boat may have been tampered with. >> no one wants another party filtering what in their view is relevant. especially a mom who is searching for answers for her son. >> >> reporter: in r 128-page law
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enforcement report, this revelation, a volunteer search pilot spotted someone clinging to debris, but lost sight of them after he radioed it in. >> three times long enough to clearly see a person laying on this debris and the person was moving their arms. >> reporter: this morning, it's unclear how long it will take engineers at apple to see if the iphone holds any secrets. for "today" carrie sanders, nbc news miami. church carnival in el paso, texas. 16-year-old girl killed and a friend was injured when they were thrown off of a sitting ride. the victim hit a barricade. police are checking to see if the ride was properly inspected. >> a funeral is planned for one of the eight people massacred in ohio. she was shot to death last week along with seven members of her family. mourners gathered last night to remember the victims.
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police discovered a marijuana-growing operation on the family's property. they made no arrests. meanwhile, $25,000 reward for information has been withdrawn as details of the investigation come to light. a narrow escape for a truck driver in a furniture delivery gone horribly wrong. the delivery truck was stopped on a street in worchester, massachusetts, when it began to roll. look at this, the worker unloading a couch had just enough time to jump off. surveillance cameras captured the whole mess. the truck smashed into a wall and took out a porch and street sign before coming to a stop. no one was seriously hurt. a drag racer is recovering from a horrific crash. sidney frigo lost control of his car at a racetrack last night in texas. look at that. his car sliding into the wall, as you can see, flipping over and over and over again before landing upside down. a report described frigo as, quote, responsive to medical personnel when he was pulled
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from the wreck. luckily he survived. >> dylan is back with the rest of the forecast. >> i mentioned the snow on the northwest side of it. we have heavy snow falling in north plat, nebraska right now. we'll see some rainy snow sho r showery type of mix going on in denver. up near casper more snow. the moisture is there and the cold air is certainly in place, too, sagging down from the north. but it's springtime in the rockies. this isn't totally unusual. last spring we didn't have much snow to talk about. cheyenne, 6 to 8 inches. zrern not so much because it's more of a mix. you go into the higher elevations, we could end up with a foot of snow. the stronger storms that we're going to see today exist from the midwest right down into the gulf coast. they will be exiting the houston area, but we're not in the clear this week yet because while we will get a break tomorrow, more severe weather is possible as we go into monday. within this little zone here, we could end up seeing those
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torrential downpours lead to flash flooding, hail, damaging wind gusts and can't rule out the tornado. if you see the lightning or hear the thunder, make sure you go inside. that is dangerous. in the northeast, temperatures will be a little below average, topping >> hey, good saturday morning to you. anthony slaughter. here look at this. beautiful sunrise coming up over the golden gate bridge. no fog this morning and a light breeze that's going to mean for a warm day in the bay area. we're talking summertime heat. let's see the numbers, 73 in san francisco, 79 for the east bay, 81 for the south bay and 28 for the north bay. the sunshine continues through tomorrow with warmer temperatures. highs tomorrow expected to be in the 80s near 90. and that's your latest forecast. >> dylan, thank you. now to the big night in the nation's capital as the celebrities converge for the
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washington social calendar. tonight is the president's final correspondents dinner. we have nbc white house reporter kristen welker with more. >> what is this? why am i required to talk to it? >> reporter: bringing the red carpet to the town used to red tape. this morning, buzz is building where kerry washington is meeting "meet the press." >> and more the press prom. >> a term coined by political reporters who never had a chance to go to an actual prom. >> reporter: this year's host, larry wilmore. >> it is the most narcicisstic room ever. >> reporter: for the president, used to taking it from
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reporters. >> and donald trump is here. still. >> reporter: tonight's the night to give it back. a chance to let loose. >> second term, baby. >> reporter: five years ago, the president took on the man who now wants to succeed him. >> donald trump. >> reporter: who pressed the president to produce his birth certificate. >> he can finally get back to focusing on the issues that matter. like did we fake the moon landing. what really happened in roswell? and where are biggie and tu pac. >> reporter: tonight, the frontrunner is skipping the dinner. >> he either laughs or he doesn't laugh and you have a small heart attack. >> reporter: david litte who helped write the last four
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speeches, "funny or die" hired him. >> do you have a bucket list? i have something that rhymes with bucket list. >> reporter: now one more chance for the president to get the last laugh. >> the house republicans actually give john boehner a harder time than they give me, which means orange really is the new black. >> reporter: for "today," kristen welker, nbc news, washington. >> you are going tonight? >> i have wanted to go for years long before it was cool to do. as a kid, i would watch it on c-span. now they say it is nerd prom. celebrities go. it will be a treat. not to mention the laughs. >> you have a dress all picked out? >> the dress is beautiful. she will look stunning. >> i love it. >> i don't know what this is. >> please don't do that tonight. >> hi, mr. president. i hear you have been before. >> it is a lot of fun.
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you get to see all of our colleagues from other networks. >> narcicisstic? >> you will have a good time. post pictures. we want to see. still to come, our look back at the week that is and including matt lauer's conversation with gold medal swimming winner michael phelps over rio. and we have a first look at the inductees into the rock & roll hall of fame. but first this is "today" on nbc.
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you're watching "today in the bay." >> it is 5:56 on your saturday morning. we're taking a live look at clear skies over the hp pavilion. it's chilly out there but rumor has it it's going to be a beautiful saturday. thanks so much for joining us. good morning to you. i'm kira klapper. anthony slaughter has a look at
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the microclimate forecast. you brought the heat from the desert. >> last weekend i was in coachella and it with you hot. windy. a few dust storms out there and that wind is going to be here this morning. we're dealing with a wind advisory across the hilltops. belvedere, no fog in san francisco. that's how you know it's going to be a nice warm day. 49 in san francisco, mild in the east bay, 56, all of the sunshine it will be warm, almost summer like for like the north bay, trivalley and south bay reaching back into the low 80s today. san francisco you will be up to 73 degrees, meanwhile the east bay and peninsula close to 80. for tomorrow it gets warmer and there is rain in that seven-day forecast. we've got all of that to go over at 7:00 this morning. hopefully you have sunscreen and water before you venture out. >> hopefully. good information there. thanks. >> yeah. >> we want to tell you now about two local men accused of brutally killing their parents one week ago today. they appeared in court. here is one of the suspects in
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court yesterday. his 17-year-old brother was arraigned in the hallway and will be tried as an adult. they both admit to being home during the killings but the 17-year-old says his older brother 22-year-old hasib killed both parents. court documents claimed hasib admitted to killing his father but not mother. the district attorney's office says the father was shot more than 12 times. the mother once in the head. >> they point to mental illness or will the prosecution say that they point to some type of a staging of the crime scene, portraying it more like a manson style killing as opposed to a family killing. >> investigators are working to determine the motive. police found writings on the walls of the family home presumed written by the suspect. one says, quote, sorry my first kill was clumsy. if convicted they face life in prison. both pleaded not guilty. new this morning a homicide
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investigation in the south bay. officers tell us a woman was shot at a home on indigo oak lane not far from highway 101 in san jose before 1:00s this morning. the victim taken to a hospital where she died. police have one man in custody. at 5:59 coming up on "today in the bay" a final good-bye to a bay area institution. we'll tell you why an east bay eatery is closing after 90 years in business. that plus all your top stories and the weather roller coaster once again coming up at 7:00. back to tropical storm. -- the "today" show.
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♪ in the park every day's the fourth of july ♪ >> back in the studio on saturday morning, april 30th, 2016. that's the group chicago playing at the rock & roll hall of fame induction ceremony. not the only rock superstars taking the stage. we have more coming up in popstart. and we have a great crowd on the plaza. >> nice day in new york. dylan says partly sunny and in the 60s? >> not that warm. >> it is not terrible. >> just okay. >> all right. >> i want them all to be 80s. everything after that is just okay. here is what is making headlines this morning. taking on trump. emotions running high a day
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after violent protests in california ahead of donald trump's speech to republican gathering. it forced him to ditch his car and hop a highway barrier to get to the event. ted cruz and john kasich are on the campaign trail today. walking away. actor will ferrell backing out of a planned movie over former president ronald reagan and dementia. it was billed as a comedy. it drew criticism from the reagan family. and the ncaa is investigating laremy tunsil after his comments about accepting money from a member of the football staff there while playing for the school at ole miss. this after tunsil grabbed headlines for a video showed him smoking from a bong just minutes before the nfl draft. and this week's "download." >> from whatnot to do with your dog and dylan's path as a tiny
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dancer. those are some of the stories that caught our attention. >> another week, another round of primary victories for the frontrunners. >> hillary clinton striking what could be the knockout blows in the democratic race. winning maryland, delaware, connecticut and pennsylvania. now aiming her punches at republic republicans. >> we have to stand together and prevail. >> and on the republican side. >> with a clean sweep out performing expectations, donald trump crushing the competition. >> i consider myself the presumptive nominee. absolutely. >> trump's main rival hoping to change the subject, picks a running mate. >> now mathematically eliminated from winning the nomination outright. >> the next vice president of the united states. carly fiorina. >> but cruz won't be getting former house speaker john boehner's support saying in a private event.
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>> lucifer in the flesh. i have never worked with a more miserable son of a [ bleep ] in my life. over my dead body would he be president. >> a twist in the murder investigation of texas trainer messy bevers. possible evidence at a local dry cleaners. >> documents filed say shirts appearing to have blood dropped on them by randy bevers. >> and with less than 100 days to the olympic games in rio. swimmer michael phelps opens up to matt about struggles with alcohol. >> go back to the night you were arrested. dui. not the first run-in. >> i set myself down a downward spiral. i had to get something under control. i look back at that night and everything happened for a reason. >> a cry for help? >> i believe so, yeah.
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i really do. >> say it ain't so. a new study claims our dogs aren't so into hugs. researchers say hugging a dog inhibits their ability to run away from potential danger. stressing them out. >> she jumps on me and gives me a hug. >> no, she's pushing you away. >> america's next top jimmy? after a lesson from supermodel gisele, jimmy did his own runway model walk. we don't expect the late night jokester to star in any magazines soon. and a special performance on the plaza. ♪ >> but this video wins the totally tubular award. >> this is me in the pink pants and dancing to "ice, ice baby."
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>> which one are you? >> i'm the strange looking dark haired girl in the pink pants with the giant glasses. it is my cousin behind me. she copies every single move i did. my moves are not moves to be copied. >> you nailed it. >> my favorite move is when you turn to the back and slides. >> it is like dancing. >> you did a nice job. >> a stellar performance. who would have thought i would get the chance to take a picture with vanilla ice 26 years later. >> dylan was doing the running man. he said oh, the running man. >> he saw me. >> can you do the jimmy fallon model walk? >> if i can do dancing like that? yeah. >> there it is. jimmy nailed it, i think. >> that's so funny. >> that's swagger right there. >> he looks like he has something in his pants. how about you?
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you can model over to your thing. >> should i do the running man? >> yes. >> i can't do it in heels. >> without the heels, it would be perfect. >> i haven't improved a single ounce since i was 9 years old. i can do the weather better. we have a dip in the jet stream. that is where the cold air is. it is chilly as we go through the next couple days right back through the rockies. denver, 24 degrees below average. stuck in the 40s. north platte stuck in the 30s. omaha, 52 degrees today. across parts of chicago and into the midwest, 10 to 15 degrees below average. ft. wayne, indiana, 55 degrees. d.c., 55. that is eight degrees below average. temperatures will be on the cooler side as we stay stuck in the pattern. this area right in through here. lightning, hail, damaging winds, isolated tornadoes. that could fire up this morning an berkeley. hey, good saturday morning to you. meteorologist anthony slaughter. waking up to temperatures in the
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40s and 50s and clear skies across the north bay into the south bay. look at our numbers this afternoon. back into the 80s across parts of the south bay. low 70s for san francisco today. it will be sunny and warm there, breezy and warm across the peninsula and the east bay. up to 82 in the north bay, low 80s for the tri-valley and warmer tomorrow. we will have full details on the forecast coming up. hope to see you at 7:00. next week, my karaoke version of "ice, ice baby." just ahead, our exclusive look at the blinged outbreak fast. yes, people are shelling out $150 for this. and the question, do you need to have a will? the answer is yes. our simple guide to will writing 101 coming up. but fi with advil liqui-gels, you'll ask what body aches? what knee pain? what sore elbow? what joint pain?
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one and it could lead to a fight with the surviving relatives. about 55% of americans don't have one either. that's not good. we have tim mowry in with us this morning. the personal finance and author of "simple money." tim, good to see you. >> good to see you. >> i think a lot of people frankly are afraid to think of death. they don't want to deal with it. the big question, should we have a will? >> we don't want to think of our demise, but you should have a will. if you own anything, including life insurance, but if you have heirs, you probably need a will. >> you avoid family fights. your wishes will be granted. >> you clean things up so your family doesn't have to fight over stuff. it gives you the opportunity to bless those who are left behind. >> and what if you don't have a lot of assets. what would you say? >> if it feels like you don't
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have a lot, you may have something. you may have debts to describe how they should be handled. if you are in the situation, you may be able to get inexpensively done. look at prepaid legal program as a company benefits. it still will be one of the most important documents you have. even if it doesn't feel like you have much. >> i have to ask about this one. the back of the napkin. we check list this. people said as long as you write it down, it will work. is that true? >> it might work in the movies. sheinelle, it might be worth the paper it is written on. you really get what you pay for when it comes to estate planning documents. >> we know everything changes once you have little ones. >> this is very important. i have two boys. 10 and 12. if anything were to happen to their mom and i, i want to make sure they have a guardian stipulated. that's the person who is their parent going into the future. we decide that. the guardian provision in your
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will. we stipulate the trustee. if they get $2 million of life insurance proceeds on their 21st birthday, they don't ride off into the sunset. >> what about finding an attorney? >> i do recommend finding an attorney. estate planning attorney in particular. it could cost $400 or $700. it may be as low as $250 or as much as $1,000. >> i thought it would be more than that. let's talk about complex estates. people just assume if i didn't have millions, it will not be complicated. you don't need to be rich. >> you don't. here is where we come back to life insurance. you don't have to have a lot of assets. if you have life sininsurance, r state could tax you. if you do have a lot of money, the stakes go up more like what we saw with prince. >> what is the biggest take away? >> a lot of the estate planning is done not with will, but
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my hair all ready. i had my suit on. everything all tucked under. my hair was like, you know, it was bad. i was -- bob dole. i went back and watched it. i was horrified. that was my moment. >> control room, please get that tape for next week. mine is what is one "today" show behind the scenes secret? i think a secret is how the way we look when we first get here in the morning. there are a lot of us, myself included, who are unrecognizable. it is like who is that? >> i love that. that's a good one. >> hair and paint. you look beautiful. >> do your friends have a nickname for you? well, a name like dylan, dyl. dill pickle. dilly will. al roker calls me the double d. because of the dylan dreyer. let's be honest. >> that sounds like al. i have a question for you,
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sheinelle. we have been recording during the commercial break. sheinelle is doing something weird with her cup because you are losing your voice. >> you know i don't want to lose my voice. >> here is what you have been doing during commercial breaks. >> you go down and you go up. >> this is her explaining what she is doing. >> this is the most effective one. the siren. >> i don't know. this doesn't seem like a legit way to get your voice back. >> you have three kids. how do you get them to not do that at the diner? >> chocolate milk is the best. all the vocal coaches would say it takes the fry out of your voice. >> i'll do this while you continue to do that. still to come, the ladies of lemonade. wait until you see how the beyonce video inspired the seth
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sieg. you're watching "today in the bay." 6:26 on your saturday morning. a look at the golden gate bridge. beautiful. golden sky there as the sun is rising over the bay area. thanks so much for joining us. i'm kira klapper. usa h
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anthony slaughter has a look at our microclimate forecast. >> it's going to be a nice one. they're inching to get outside, nice and sunny, temperatures in the 70s and 80s for most of the bay. waking up to sunshine as you saw from the golden gate bridge this morning. no fog to talk of how you know it's going to be a warm day. 73 in san francisco, up to 79 for the east bay and a little breezy across the higher elevations today above 1,000 feet. otherwise it's going to be sunny and warm especially for those inland locations back into the low 80s today and even warmer for tomorrow. we'll go over the full forecast at about 7:00, in 30 minutes. >> beginning to think this is our weekend forecast every weekend. >> it seems to be, yeah. >> looks good. thanks. >> yeah. >> now we turn to two local men accused of brutally killing their parents one week ago today. they appeared in court. we have one of the suspects in court yesterday. 22-year-old hasib golamrabbi. his 17-year-old brother omar arraigned in the hallway and will be tried as adult. they admit to being home during the killings but omar says his
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older brother hasib killed both parents. court documents claim hasib admitted to killing his father but not mother. the district attorney's office says the father was shot more than 12 times, the mother once in the head. >> they point to mental illness or will the prosecution say they point to some type of staging of the crime scene, portraying it more like a manson-style killing as opposed to a family killing. >> investigators are still working to determine the motive. if convicted of the double homicide, they face life in prison. both pleaded not guilty. new this morning, a homicide investigation in the south bay. officers tell us a woman was shot at a home on indigo oak lane not far from highway 101 in san jose. it happened shortly before 1:00 this morning. well that victim was taken to the hospital where she died. police say they have one man in custody. and it's just shy of 6:29.
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coming up on "today in the bay" a final good-bye to one institution. why an east bay eatery is closing after 90 years in business. that and all your top weather coming up at 7:00. we hope you stay with us for the next 31 minutes. back to the "today" show. thank you so much. did you say honey? hey, try some? mmm that is tasty. is it real? of course... are you? nope animated you know i'm always looking for real honey for honey nut cheerios well you've come to the right place. great, mind if i have another taste? not at all mmm you're all right bud? never better i don't know if he likes that. yeah
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part of the complete breakfast good morning, dramatic entrance. trump forced to ditch his car and hop a highway barrier on hiss way into a republican gathering due to a confrontation with protesters. as ted cruz and kasich make a last-ditch effort to stov the front-runner. deadly accident, a 16-year-old girl killed a carnival in texas when she was thrown off a ride. that ride under inspection by police. and honor code change. students at bringham young university who come forward with reports of sexual assault saying they file silenced by the university policy and utah police officials are joining in the call for change. today, saturday, april 30th,
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2016. ♪ [ cheering and applause ] >> good morning, welcome back to "today." hey, guys. on a saturday morning, we're kicking off the weekend with a happy crowd on rockefeller plaza. thank you nor joining us. is that what i look like when i wave? >> 100%. >> let's get to your headlines this morning. first in politics, all eyes on indiana. senator ted cruz trying to stop donald trump from winning tuesday's primary and piling up critical delegates for the gop
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nomination. violent protests broke out and he was forced to ditch his car and enter a barrier and enter through the back door. bernie sanders and hillary clinton do not have events scheduled today. >> severe storms from eastern texas to the mississippi valley, damaging tornado and hail struck the midwest on friday. some of the worst damage here in oklahoma where a large tornado tore through a barn, downing utility lines and trees. this public you are about to see ripped through dorchester, texas, where residents were told to take shelter and in lyndale, texas, look at that. >> long at the final last look of the elephant ring after wringing brothers is retiring elephants after 145 years. the circus is bowing to pressure from animal rights activists who say it is cruel to force them to perform. the 40 pachyderms are packing it in and heading to florida where
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the circus has a center for elephant conservation. an incredible long shot is poised to shock the sports world. leicester team or the futbol club takes on manchester for the championship of the british premier league. leicester city was a 5,000 to one shot to win it all, more unlikely than the miracle on ice when the u.s. olympics hockey team won in the 1980 olympics. we'll be watching today and r t rooting for them. >> let's get to dylan. she made it outside with a check of the forecast. >> i came out here and saw this sign, travis, will you ma-- mar me? is this a real engagement, pop the question. >> this is real. >> where is travis? >> in des moines iowa. >> is he watching. >> no. he's at home sleeping.
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and i hope someone dvred that and we do have storms falling down around houston and into louisiana. we have dangerous lightning and heavy rain is an issue. we've picked up 3-5 inches of rain leading to flooding already. we could see two to two inches, higher amounts up to four to six inches. central louisiana is the bull's eye for the heavier downpours so keep an eye out for that later on this afternoon. and the stretching up into kentucky and in the rockies, up to a foot hey, good saturday morning to you. meteorologist anthony slaughter. waking up to sunshine across the south bay as you take a look at the shark tank or the sap center. the shark center lit up as the sharks were taking on the round two rivals the predators. 51 in the south bay, 56 in the east bay, 49 in san francisco and high temperatures today if you haven't heard by now it's going to be warm, talking summertime heat across the bay
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area especially those inland locations, low 80s inland, low 70s at the coast. and that's your latest forecast. sheinelle. >> dylan, thank you. a growing scandal at brigham young university. students who reported sexual assault cases. the police chief from provo hopes the school provides amnesty to victims. nbc's janet shamlian with the story. >> reporter: outrage on brigham young university. it follows student protests and more than 100,000 signatures to stop punishing victims of sexual assaults. addy said it happened to her. >> she said we received a police report and it looks like you reported a rape and it looks
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like you violated the honor code. >> reporter: that is a ban on drugs and alcohol and pre-marital sex. it prohibits students from being in the bedroom of the opposite sex. students were not allowed to talk about it and they cannot register for classes. others have come forward. >> i wasn't treated like a student to be supported and believed. i was treated to be like someone investigated. >> reporter: she said she filed a complaint with the u.s. department of education. her petition was delivered to the university president who promises a review. >> we can be better. this is important enough. we owe it to the community to say this is the very best that we can do and we thought it through and studied it through. here are the changes we will make. >> reporter: her case awaits trial, but in her mind, she has
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been victimized twice. by her attacker and school. >> i still feel violated to this day by byu. >> reporter: for "today," janet shamlian, nbc news, provo, utah. up next, would you spend proof of less joint pain.his is a body of proof. and clearer skin. this is my body of proof that i can fight psoriatic arthritis ...with humira.
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we are back on a saturday morning. my favorite part of the morning. time to trend. >> first up, we have something sweet for you to cheat on your diet. the catch is it costs more than calories. a cool $150 each. in honor of cinco de mayo, a restaurant is selling the
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doughnuts. inspired by -- what is it? oh, my gosh. i was talking about it. this is what happens. it is not a -- >> she is a vodka girl. >> i'm trying to get. that doughnuts inspired by the margarita of the year. i'm ron burgundy. bite into it. you will taste citrus and ginger flavors. >> what's in the middle? i'm not graceful. >> let's >> let's just do it, guys. >> how much do these cost? >> it's metaly. >> that sounds delicious. >> you get a little tingle. the flavor is really good. >> i didn't think i would like
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it. this is good. >> wow, that is good. it is sweet. >> the foil or whatever this is, melts in your mouth. it disappears. >> this is really good. >> it's really good. >> am i going to get drunk off this? am i going to get wasted. cool. check out our next half hour. >> this is really good. >> pretty good. you guys keep eating. >> can you tell we're sold. next up, you heard stories of extreme. some die-hard sports fans will go to show their support. >> i don't want to waste this. sorry. >> keep eating. it sfien. will you get the logo of your favorite team tattooed on you? earlier this week the sacramento kings released their new logo and shared that for a limited time they would pay for their fans to get this logo tattooed at local tattoo parlors. as crazy as that may sound, tons of fans jumped at the opportunity to wear their team pride permanently. let's hope the team doesn't change the logo.
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then they're really in trouble. look at this. people are out there and what people will do for free to support their team. there was a lot of buzz surrounding a new popup restaurant slated to open in london to give customers a chance to dine in the nude. the all natural vegan friendly restaurant has more than 30,000 people on the waiting list for dinner since they announced their opening. >> is this still going to be when you go to the nude beach and the people naked playing volleyball are the ones who shouldn't be? >> maybe. you know you put on stretchy pants before thanksgiving, you don't have to worry about restrictions. >> full out, you're nude, lights are on. >> get some patrondo nuts and have a good time. now from the new ladies of lemonade to the surprising downside of looking like a celebrity. take it away, dylan. >> it's hard to talk with your mouth full. first up, what do deep
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purple, steve miller, nwa they're all part of the 2016 rock & roll hall of fame class. the 31st annual induction ceremony airs tonight on hbo at 8:00 p.m. we have an exclusive first look at one of the performances. ♪ ♪ surrender, surrender >> love cheap trick. that was "surrender" by cheap trick. when they were here in studio, they were throwing out guitar picks. i have a pile of cheap trick guitar picks and i actually got that out. next up, let's talk beyonce. looks like there won't be any lemonade for nashville fans, at least not on may 5th. the singer's concert has been postponed. reportedly, though, due to stadium construction. of course, the beehive isn't happy about it. maybe this "late night with seth meyers'" skit will hold them over for a bit. you see seth's female writing staff was quite empowered by
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lemonade, so empowered that this happened. >> if you just make this cut on page 3, it will be perfect. >> yeah, i totally get that. hey, thanks for the help, seth. >> any time. my door is always open. >> no, now your door is always open. ♪ >> my comic books were in there. >> how much fun uz it for them to get dresed up in those cost tombs, too. >> you might assume looking like a celebrity comes with certain perks, right? apparently not if that celebrity is shia labeouf. he was sucker punched on the subway all because of his resemblance to the actor. when word got around to labeouf, he tracked down the look alikes number and left him a nice voice mail. it said, i'm so sorry, but i get it. it's happened to me before. i don't know, i wish i was in new york. i would come bring you soup.
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the lengthy message also included his own phone number and ended maybe there's a silver lining in all this, but call me back. once again, this is shia labeouf, the guy you got hit for looking like, yeah, man, i'm really sorry. keep your head up. >> does that make it better? >> poor shia labeouf, he gets -- >> punched on subways. >> bring his soups. labeouf. >> bring him soup from katz deli. dylan, thank you. we'll be right back. but first this is "today" on nbc. we'll get back to eating.
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today is a special day around here. the 15th annual comcast cares day. the largest single day corporate volunteer event in the nation. comcast is the parent company of nbc universal. >> our friend willie geist who
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is on here on sunday, got up early today. he is what's happening up there? >> good morning, guys. happy come cast cares day. as you know, this is the largest single day corporate volunteer event anywhere in the country. we have something like 100,000 people participating, employees and volunteers all across the country and around the world. today, we are at ps149, so journer truth, right here in new york city as you said, we're painting a mural behind us, building benches for the kids, chess tables. we want to make this a better and more beautiful place. i'm with a couple people helping us do that. one of our great partners is city year. orlando, tell us about what city year does, first of all? >> will, city year new york is educational nonprofit organization. we have over 300 amare core members serve as mentors to tutors and role models for students every single day. today is comcast cares day.
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we're painting murals like that picture over there, creating projects and making this environment a warm, loving place for students who will love it on monday. >> what does this day mean to the kids at this school? >> we know it's a community school, part of the community. when they come in on monday, hopefully they'll be excited as we are and grateful for all the beauty that's coming into the school. >> what are we going to do today. can you paint a little bit? i'm not so good. you may want me on a saw or something. that i can do. >> we can give that to you. >> later on i'm going to jump on this painting and help out. >> all right cool. i'll help you out. thanks so much for all you do and for being our great partner at city year. guys, as we go out here, i want to show you a live picture. this is the brides burg boys and girls club in philadelphia, the main comcast volunteers location today. so many great things happening across the country on comcast cares day. great news just last week, this
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school named for sir journer truth, she was named to be on the back of the $5 bill. back to you. >> love it. thank you so much. that will do it for us on this saturday morning. thank you so much for joining us. tomorrow on "today", willy will take the green shirt off and put the suit back on and talk about this school project that was turned into a billion dollar company. >> so cool. we'll see you soon. >> thank you, guys for coming. >> have a great day. ♪ ♪ i wasted time, i wasted breath ♪ oh look! creepy gloves for my feet. when i was a kid there was a handle. and a face. this is nice. does it come in a california king? getting roid rage. hemorrhoid. these are the worst, right? i'm gonna buy them. boom. i'll take them. impulse buy. ommmmmmmmmmm. presenting the american express blue cash everyday card
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. ming up next, on today in t good morning. i'm kira klapper. coming up next on "today in the bay" -- confession to a double murder. what court documents reveal about the day a san jose couple was killed. plus, the rocky start to the california gop convention. the chaos donald trump faced as his campaign swings into the bay area. and summer like heat returns to the bay area. meteorologist anthony slaughter will let us know just how high temperatures will go.
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from nbc bay area this is "today in the bay." >> and at 7:00 on your saturday morning, look at that. a live look at san francisco from treasure island as the sun shines. it is another gorgeous bay area saturday morning. we appreciate your joining us. i'm kira klapper. meteorologist anthony slaughter has a look at our microclimate forecast. feels like groundhog day the
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