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leakal news update. >> join us for nbc bay area news at 11:00. tgif. have a great friday. we'll sigh soon. . good morning. breaking overnight, the death toll soars to at least 36 people in that brazen attack on a crowded casino in the philippines. a burglary gone terribly wrong. a lone gunman opening fire, setting gambling tables ablaze. this morning chilling new images of the chaos and what investiga investigators are now looking for. trump's decision to pull out of the historic paris climate accord drawing strong reaction on both sides. >> i was elected to represent the citizens of pittsburgh, not paris. >> landmarks around the world
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lit up in green in protest. supporters of trump -- this morning the fallout over one of the president's most controversial yet. tiger woods in foggy state of mind and taking a breathalyzer test after his dui arrest. and queen of the bee. a 12-year-old california crowned the national spelling bee champion and she's --
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good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a very busy friday morning. thanks for joining us. hoda is off. we've got a breaking story to get right to. the soaring death toll in the attack on a casino in manila. >> reporter: police at first suspected this might be a terrorist attack. that turns out not to be the case but the death toll still very high. it's not clear yet if americans were among the hurt. victims are still being identified this morning but we do know that both employees and guests of resorts world manila are among the dead after this casino into a death trap. lone gunman stormed in after midnight. this morning showing the new video this morning showing gunman opening fire in a the panic in manila. casino. >> you guys, i can hear a lone gunman opening fire in a casino.
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isabel watched from her apartment. gunshots. >> isabel watching from her this man running for his life. apartment. this man got he got out.out. 36 others did not. they 36 others did not. died not fro, but from they died not from the gunshots. a fire engulfing part of the but from smoke inhalation. building. a hotel mall and a fire engulfing part of a sino. smoke still rising from the roof building, a hotel mall and casino.morning. police said the gunman seen on security police said the gunman scene on anyone. security cameras didn't shoot t instead, firing at a tv screen, anyone, instead firing at a tv stealing $2 million in screen, stealing $2 million in chips, and tragically pouring poker chips and practically y gasoline on casino tables and setting them on pouring gasoline on casino re. survivors confused and tables and setting them on fire in black soot from the intense smoke. survivors confused and covered n ladders from second floor windows but weren't able to save anyone. in black soot from the intense e smoke. found in the casino. >> there was only >> we reiterate there was only involved in this one gunman involved in this sen senseless attack. >> r senseless, senseless attack.ort hurt. most of them injured in the stampede to get out.
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>> more than 20 were hurt, most of them injured in the stampede police say the gunman was found dead early this morning in a hotel next to the casino of an apparent suicide. to get out. they have not yet identified him. the man died early this morningn in an apparent suicide. on him, but they police have not identified him yet. do say he does not appear to have any they say he does not appear to terrorist groups. in their words, this have any terrorist ties.as a criminal act by a d in their words, this was a turb. matt, hoda? >> a senseless act and terrible st criminal act by a disturbed man. kelly, thank you very much. also this morning, the world is reacting to is reacting to president trump's decision to decision to pull out of the ou paris climate accord. it is s paris climate accord.parking pr home and overseas, it is sparking protest here at supporters say the move was a necessary home and overseas but supporter. we do have complete coverage on the fallout and in say the move was necessary. we have complete coverage on the fallout. first, peter accelexander is ate white house with more. >> reporter: the president's decision definitively unifying
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his critics overseas and here at home. 30 mayors, at least three governors and more than 100 businesses partnering to negotiate directly with the united nations. among those leading the way, michael bloomberg. protesters turning up the heat on president trump. after his announced withdrawal from the paris climb agreement. the president letting a landmark u.s. commitment go up in smoke, arguing it put american businesses at a competitive disadvantage. >> we'll see if we can make a deal that's fair and if we can't, that's great. >> mr. trump speaking with four key allies, including the new french president rewriting trump's favorite phrase.
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>> make our planet great again. >> i was elected to represent the citizens of pittsburgh, not paris. >> president obama calling on states, cities and businesses to help protect for future generations the one planet we've got. already california is launching its own global coalition. the u.s., the world's second largest polluter had pledged to cut emissions by more than a quarter. so tesla founder elon musk and disney's bob ikert walked away from the president's council. >> the paris accord would undermine our economy, hamstring our workers, weaken our
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sovereignty. >> reporter: the move an apparent. appe appeal to president trump's base. these big american brands and four large oil companies all backed the climate change. the paris accord would cost the u.s. $3 trillion in lost economic activity and 6.5 million industrial jobs. but experts say that study has been widely debunked for making incorrect assumptions. also this morning within the last hour vladimir putin is weighing in, joking that any bad weather on the planet can be blamed on -- putin says he wouldn't judge president trump for pulling out of the paris deal, insisting there's still time to reach an agreement. putin telling the audience, . matt? >> all right. peter alexander. thank you ver
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don't worry, be happy.y much. we're joined now by the secretary of >> we're joined now by the commi secretary of commerce.ur ross. mr. secretary, it's good t it's good to see you.his mornin. thanks thanks for joining us. >> good . >> good to be on with you. >> be >> before you joined the presid president's cabinet, you were a business guy.siness guy. you made a name for yours you made a name for yourself and a fortune in the business world. what do you say to your former a fortune in the business worldi what do you say to your former m colleagues in business?ajor companies? what do you say to people like what do you say to people like elon musk and bob elon musk who have now pulled ee now pulledff off the president's business p business advisory council in advisory council in protest of this? this? wh why are they wrong?wrong? >> i think they're wrong, because what the >> well, i think they're wrong s because what the president is not doing is saying he's not not doing is saying he's not going to try to improve climate. what going to try to improve climate what he is saying is this s par appeal, was particular agreement does not economic growth going out appeal, was destructive of u.s. the economic growth going out into . the future. i think they're confusing t i think they're confusing the withdrawal fro withdrawal from the agreement with the idea that he's against with the idea that he's against helping the climate. that is not the case. >> but when you talk about the impact on the economy, you talk
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about the loss of jobs, you're echoing what the president said in the rose garden yesterday, and i believe you're both helping the climate.e.quoting fs >> i believe you've both quoting conducted back in 2005 that's from a survey that's been ru been roundry criticized. it took numbers and plugged them in in the worst case scenario in about every aspect of the paris accord and came up with a kind of doomsday scenario. you wouldn't use that kind of survey in the world of business. would you? >> you should know what your down side is. that's an important thing, and particularly when you're trying to forecast roundly criticized. events many out into the >> many years out into the futt future.'s very, very difficult to be accurate. so it's very very difficult to be accurate. there may be people wo while there may be people who sr say that this particular case is the d the downside case, that doesn'tt mean that it's wrong, and it doesn't mesn't mean that direct it isn't right. >> let me ask you this, secretary ross. many members of the president's inner circle, i'm thinking of
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secretary tillerson and mattis, who argued for staying in the paris accord and one of the reasons they came up with, is that fighting climate change is a matter of national security. so by pulling out of the paris mean that it's wrong. accords, have we damaged our national >> have we damaged our national security?ty? >> absolutely not. there' >> absolutely not.s nothing tha there's nothing that the withdrawal requires us to withdrawal requires us to do d that we don't want that we don't want to do. to do. the country the country has actually reduced its its emissions quite a little bit, largely due to the advents bit, largely due to of natural gas as a replacement pollute of fossil fuels. so the president hasn' for high eer pollutive fossil fuels. the president hasn't changed an of that.environmentalist. i've known him for a he is an environmentalist. long. he's very pro-environment. i've known him for a long time.n he's very pro environment. environmentalist, when he's rolled back many initiatives of the obama administration >> how can you say he's an environmentalist? basically tak he's basically taken a 180 180- degree turn from what the obamar administration did in signing n
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signing this paris accord? this paris accord. >> well, you're >> well, you're taking as the given that the given that the obama obama administration administration was right and any other action was other action was wrong.wrong. >> what about 195 other >> what about 195 other countries around the world? countries around the world? >> yeah. those are t >> yeah, those are the countrie aren't front ending burdens the front-ending burdens the way we way that we were asked to do.we. this agreement, this agreement, as i understand it, would hav it, would have allowed china to keep increasing its keep increasing its emissions all the way out until all the way out until 2030.30. that's hardly climate control. that's hardly climate controlled. we were giving money we were giving money up front. . they're able they're able to continue to co increasing their emissions increasing their emissions through 2030. 2030. is that a balanced deal is that a balanced deal? i don't think so. i don't think so. >> no question about it. it was weighted in different >> there's no question about it ways for different countries, it was weighted in different but ways for different countries. reducing their emissions by about but the chinese had committed tr reducing their emissions by 20. i'll leave it on that. we've got about 60% after 2030. a lot of i'll leave it at that.could get. secretary, i appreciate secretary ross, i really you joining me. thank you. >> thank you for
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appreciate you joining me this morning. >> we'll talk more with host of let's talk more about this with mountain nbc "deadline white house" and our political nicole wallace and josh earnest. analyst. start with you, because you were you were there in the obama oba administration when this accord administration when this accord was written and signed was written and signed and in one speech yesterday the one speech yesterday the presik that president took that 180 degree turn from your boss. boss? >> yes. >> listen, matt >> i was there in december of december of 2015 2015 in paris where president president obama travelled to paris to mee paris to meet with other world leaders to try leaders to to finalize this agreement.ry t agreement. even in the final weeks before even in t it was signed, president obama signed, preside was meeting with the prime oba meeting with minister of india and other of india and other world leaders to try to g world leaders to try to get the lo details locked.cked and there wa there was a palpable sense thate sense history was being made history was being made at this this confer conference not because global not because global warning would come to warming was going to come to an agreement was signed end when the agreement was bute the world was finally signed but because the world wa same page to take finally on the same page to tak specific action, concrete specific action all a together to fight climate change. limate change, and now the united states is stepping away from that. >> nicole, put yourself into those sitting watches the news
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>> nicole, put your shoyourself. what josh was talking about. the shoes of these world leaders. think they were feeling from president trump was >> i think it was deja vu all over again. speaking? >> deja vu all they went through this a week . they went through this in nato. gleefully he t ago at nato where he gleefully almost seemed to relish in thumbing what was a decision when it took the stage and seemed to c allies. i think he seems to relish in blowing up the kinds blowing up the kinds of agreements that knit u of agreements that have knit usr with our longest and oldest together with our longest and allies. oldest allies.he missed opportu the missed opportunity today wa you covered with secretary ros that everything you covered wit could have been secretary ross could have been amended.amended. what would have didn't -- >> it's a voluntary agreement. . i'm >> he could have said i'm going to make the paris climate accord great again. forced him to stich there was nothing that forced obama's target. he could have put his him to stick with obama's targets. in place. >> the agreement is wri he could have put his own targets in place.. be renegotiated to try to convince people to increase >> it's renegotiated every five years. ambitions when fighting c >> he could have put his own brand and his own stamp on it.
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it was a missed opportunity. pollution. >> he could have put his own brand and stamp on it. a missed opportunity. >> seems to see these agreements through the prism of >> he seems to see some of thes. everything's about economics with agreements through the prism of economics.is. it's a false choice to say the people of pittsburgh -- >> i think it's cynical to say , stay under the peo you have to either stand with of and the whole the people of pittsburgh or the alliances a people of paris.re that the peof pittsburgh alongs the whole nature of our ide t alliances is the people of peo of paris. >> was this about politics pure pittsburgh fight alongside the ? it is reported that steve bannon people of paris if one of our r countries was threatened. board. on his written every c >> steve bannon has in the whit promise donald trump made during the campaign and he house that white board with hec off. every campaign promise and theya check them off.nd the ones they haven't. is this about was this about checking the box mere the paris accord and wha near the paris accord?t is it about who has the >> this is 100% politics pure the president in the west and simple, full stop. wing? >> politics pure and this is all about donald trump . this is all about donald trump trying to change the narrative trying to change the narrative of this presidency of this presidency to send a o signal to his supporters signal to his supporters across the country. i'm fulfilling my promise to s i'm fulfilling my promise to u
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and shake up the shake up washington, to shake u. facts be dammed in the global order, facts be man. beca dammed in many ways.use when it economy, the truth is when it comes to the economy, last eight years we had the truth is over the last eighd years we have succeeded in in 10 million jobs creating more than 10 million n at the same time we jobs in our economy at the same double-digit time we have made double digit reductions in climate pollution. we can do both. carb ca >> real quickly, knowing what . we can do both. >> real quickly. you know now, what you saw and what you saw in the rose g yesterday in the rose garden, n back when president obama signed the paris accord, sho this paris accord, should she e gone through congress as have gone through congress as od to doing it with an opposed to doing it with an ex executive order? unfortunately,o >> unfortunately there are too y republicans many republicans in congress that are also playing politics on this. in >> would it have made this cons harder to do?s that are playing politics on this. >> would it it >> ideally in an ideal world o ? >> in an where members of congress in l e washington, d.c. are focused on members of congress are focused on facts then, yes. a bipartisa facts, yes, a bipartisan n cons consensus around this as exists preferable. but, in 195 other countries around the world would have been unfory politics being preferable. clate right now in unfortunately there are far too and t many politics being played with. >> josh, thank yo climate in a way that poses a nicole, thank you very much,
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guys. also this threat to our economy and our planet. new also there is new ied to the controversy tied to the russia investigation as fired fbi director james comey gets investigation as fired fbi seto testify on capitol hill a director james comey gets set t today we' testify on capitol hill. we're hearing directly from another big name in all of this, russian president vladimir putin. >> reporter: vladimir putin within the last hour telling nbc's megyn kelly that russia did not disrupt the u.s. election, even as former fbi director james comey's testimony has now been scheduled for next thursday, his first appearance since president trump fired him. this morning russia's president vladimir putin flatly denying allegations his country interfered in the u.s. election, answering questions from nbc's may begegayn kelly. >> russia interfered with the u.s. election. >> i read those reports. even in those reports, there is no specific evidence, no facts.
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just assumptions, allegations. >> putin said the reports are harmful gossip, adding there are no russian fingerprints and he says internet addresses can be faked. earlier putin after months of denial acknowledged what he called patriotically minded russian hackers not connected to the government he said. u.s. officials say the election hackers were directly tied to russian intelligence. this as james comey prepared to answer questions next week. he will certainly be asked if the president pressured him to back off his russia probe as the fired fbi director reportedly told friends. and the fbi and congress are scrutinizing this 2016 campaign event. >> i believe an easing of tensions and improved relations with russia from a position of strength only is possible. >> democratic senators asking the fbi to determine whether then senator jeff sessions met
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privately there with russia's ambassador sergey kislyak, something sessions denied in his confirmation hearing to be attorney general. but five current and former officials tell nbc news classified reports suggest they did meet. >> if this is true, that would be extremely disturbing. >> and now the russia investigation is heating up, despite putin's denials today with more swirling questions about russia's role during the election and also the possible connections with top trump officials, former campaign officials as well as those in hoda the white house. and matt. >> you'r >> you're right.e right. as we mentioned the eyes of the world are on st. petersburg where russian president is the eyes of the world are on stl pete petersburg this morning. already this morning putin has forum. made an appeal to u.s. made an appeal to u.s. business leaders saying the leaders, saying their help is needed to restore what hneeded d a normal dialogue with washington.
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ahead of that forum megyn kelly met with putin along with the prime minister of india. you can see the debut of "sunday night with megyn kelly" this sunday night and you can see that interview with president putin at sunday 6:00/7:00 central time on nbc. we've had some severe weather down around the gulf. take a look at this video from corpus christi, texas. a woman had to climb on the top of her car to avoid getting trapped in there. eventually she was rescued by some first responders. boy, what a mess. the gulf coast is going to continue to see more wet weather, this stream of moisture coming in and especially into florida we're going to be looking at some heavy rain over the next ten days. in the meantime, storms continue
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to fire up from texas on southern louisiana, mississippi, on into the panhandle of florida. back through central texas, anywhere from 3-5 inches of rain. as we get into florida, the highest high est amounts east and central florida, 4-6 inches in some of those areas. [burke] and we covered it, november sixth, two-thousand-nine. talk to farmers. we know a thing or two because we've seen a thing or two. ♪ we are farmers. bum-pa-dum, bum-bum-bum-bum ♪ i'm kari hall. we start out in the upper 50, bright sunshine around the bay area. a live look in the tri-valley
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and san francisco 53 degrees. 57 in the east bay. we're going to see the high temperatures in the low to mid 80s for the inland areas, peninsula, 77 degrees and 67 degrees in san francisco, north bay will see a high of 84 and we continue on with this weather heading into the start of the weekend. and that is your latest weather. >> al, thanks so much. coming up, a new video of tiger woods handcuffed and taking a breathalyzer test in a florida jail, that after his dui arrest. an emergency meeting at penn state in the wake of that disturbing case of alleged hazing that resulted in the death of a student. is the university about to ban greek life altogether? first, this is "today" on nbc.
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♪ give extra. get extra. ==dbox== good morning. 7:26. we continue to follow breaking news out of san francisco where police are investigating a homicide at a hotel on busy van ness near union. pete arrived on the scene. what do you know? >> reporter: good morning to you. we're here on van ness in front of the hotel. the scene is clear but we have a control car. the video from earlier this morning a different scene as you had investigators with san francisco police on the scene, taping off the entrance to the hotel. as we reported earlier that this appears to be a homicide investigation and detectives off camera say likely involved a tourist. we're waiting to hear back for more details on this case.
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once we get that we'll bring that to you. back to you in the studio. >> thank you, pete. 7:26 now. kari has a look at the forecast. >> we start with clear skies and a beautiful sunrise taking a live look outside at the golden gate bridge. no low visibility as you get ready to head out the door. it will be slightly warmer and breezy, wind up to 80 degrees in san jose, 83 in livermore and concord up to 87 degrees, san francisco will see a high of 67 degrees. let's get an update on the roads. >> we're seeing some slowing especially for the south bay. there was a fender-bender eastbound 280, we're starting to see some of the recovering for now i'll leave you with a live look at a very jammed up bay bridge toll plaza. >> metering lights definitely on there. we're going to have another update in about a half hour.
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against president trump's decision to withdraw the u.s. from the paris climate accord. in a joint letter, leaders of france, germany and italy expressed disappointing saying, there is no renegotiating that accord. protests were also held outside the white house last night. president trump claims the deal benefited other countries at the direct expense of american jobs and economic growth. the trump administration is asking the supreme court to immediately reinstate controversial ban on travelers from six mostly muslim countries. justice department officials argued a lower court made mistakes ordering against it and should be if you couldn't stay up late enough to watch the game, the golden state warriors made it look easy last night in kind of a lopsided win over the cavaliers. game one of the nba finals. kevin durant led all scorers. steph curry had 28. golden state wins it.
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in other news, florida police have released more video of tiger woods' dui arrest showing what happened when he was taken to jail. here is nbc kerry sanders. >> reporter: bare foot and in handcuffs, tiger woods under arrest suspected of driving under the influence. >> sir, will you please state your full name. >> reporter: despite the circumstances, he managed a little humor. >> your hair and eye color. >> mostly brown and brown. >> reporter: now he's blowing into a tube to see if he's drunk. >> keep going, keep going. >> reporter: two and a half hours earlier police found woods asleep in his car with damaged wheel rims and appearing disoriented. >> do you know where you're at right now? >> reporter: woods tells officers he has not been drinking. >> are you sure about that?
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>> reporter: but he does admit, according to police, being on four prescription medications, including vicodin. >> have you taken any medication today? >> reporter: after he has trouble with a series of field sobriety tests, he is taken for more testing. the breath test is negative. >> three zeros. triple zeros which means the instrument did not detect any alcohol on your breath. >> reporter: later that day woods issued a statement writing what happened was an unexpected reaction to prescribed medications and he apologized. he is scheduled to be arraigned on july 5th. >> do you wish to speak to a lawyer? >> no. >> reporter: for "today" kerry sanders, jupiter, florida. >> let us now head over to mr. roker for another check of the weather. >> now we're looking at the plains getting some storm activity going and it's going to make its way across the country. in fact, you can see the system today moving into the plains from the dakotas all the way down to colorado. severe storms. as we move into tomorrow for
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minnesota all the way down into oklahoma we're looking at showers and thunderstorms with this and then into the weekend, it moves through the great lakes and on into the northeast. ohio river valley and interior sections of the northeast on into new england. temperature wise, jet stream way up to the north over much of the country, except the northeast. we are looking at temperatures 94 in pierre and st. louis looking at 88 and 81 in new orleans and we move into tomorrow. chicago you finally start to see the warmth. 85 for you. phoenix 106 and next week, look at these temperatures. des moines into the low 90s. nashville mid-80s and houston in the mid-80s and phoenix triple digits into the early par good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. we have a lot of sunshine in the forecast today. and san francisco topping out at 67 degrees. into the weekend it will be cooler but still very comfortable. and a warm-up in temperatures
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for next week, for the inland valleys and the low 80s today and the sunshine continues tomorrow. on sunday with a few more morning clouds will bring temperatures down 4 degrees, then warming up into the start of next week on tuesday. don't forget, get the weather you need this weekend. check out the weather channel on cable. guys? >> all right, al, thank you very much. just ahead, a tennis player who puts humanity way above competition. this is a heart warming story that will make you feel good. but, first, will penn state ban all fraternities and sororities following an alleged hazing death? we're ahead of that big meeting happening today. right after this. le in what was going on in the world. there's a jacket that's reflective for visibility... ...a sleeping bag jacket, jackets that turn into tents. i usually do my fashion sketches on the computer. i love drawing on the screen. there's no lag time at all. it feels just like my markers.
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for those who create their own path. always unstoppable. we're back now at 7:40. that disturbing and deadly case of alleged fraternity hazing at penn state is back in the headlines this morning. >> because the university's board of trustees is meeting today to discuss more sanctions including a possible ban of all fraternities and sororities. nbc's gabe gutierrez is on the campus. gabe, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. since timothy piazza's death, the university placed new restrictions on greek life. this chapter of beta fate ta pai kicked off campus and today the board of trustees is meeting to discuss more potential penalties in a case watched closely on campuses across the country. this morning, an impassioned
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plea from the parents of timothy piazza, the penn state sophomore who died after an alleged brute's hazing incident in february. in a new letter to university trustees ahead of today's emergency meeting, the piazza the say greek life at penn state is broken and must be fixed. either fix it or admit you cannot make it work. among the requests, tougher hazing laws, expelling students culpable in their son's death and fire anyone who turn add blind eye. prosecutors apiazza's blood alcohol content was four times the legal limit when he tumbled down a flight of stairs. it would be another 12 hours before someone finally called 911. >> -- [ inaudible ]. >> reporter: for the penn state chapter of beta fate ta pai, since ticked off the campus. now 18 fraternity brothers are
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facing charges raising from hazing to involuntary manslaughter for his death. his parents spoke to matt last month. >> what happened was disregard for human life. >> nobody can consume that much alcohol. that's -- that's torture. >> reporter: penn state's president said an end to greek life altogether is possible, but as he told savannah last month, the university can only do so much. >> if behind closed doors a group of people are willing to band together, keep something secret, not tell anyone, how is it that universities can manage to deal with the situation like that? it's private property. it's a private house. >> reporter: on campus, mixed feelings on whether greek organizations should be banned entirely. >> i don't think they should shut down the fraternity is. it's a great way, especially for freshmen to meet new people.
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>> it is 2017, and seems this is the first time in a long time they're actually doing something about it. >> reporter: in a written statement overnight, penn state says its deepest sympathies continue to go out to the piazza family. the board of trustees is meeting today to advance student safety. as for the criminal case against the students, the national chapter fraternity says it cooperated fully and the students acted against policies and have a court hearing june 12th and have not yet entered pleas. matt and hoda. >> thanks, gabe. we'll follow what comes out of that meeting later today. and sheinelle is in the orange room with big moments from last night's national spelling bee. we are going to speak to that
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>> m-a-r-o-c-a-i-n. >> that is correct. >> congratulations. >> she joined us earlier this morning and we began by congratulating her and we did ask her if she got enough sleep last night. >> i just slept a couple of hours. >> you don't look any worse the wear and tear. let's talk about this rise here. last year was the first time you competed in this spelling bee. i think you were like 172nd and this year, one year later, you won it. what was the difference? >> i was a lot more prepared and i had a lot more confidence. i just spelled my words. >> you did. and you did have confidence because i was watching you on that stage and i was sweating. so, you were on stage. there are cameras and there are judges and there are your parents. how on earth did you stay, you seemed so cool. how did you stay so cool under pressure? >> i just focused on my word and
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interaction between me and dr. bailee and it just came through. >> when you heard the last word presented to you -- >> which was -- >> how do you pronounce it? >> marocain. >> did you immediately know you could spell it? did you realize at that moment you were going to win this thing? >> i did realize it. >> when they announced you had won, you just stood there. you kind of looked around and i wasn't sure if you had realized you had won and then i saw your dad run out and almost body slam you. but that's when i saw the moment there. when did you realize you had it? >> as soon as i spelled my word, i realized. but i was just standing there so happy. >> well, your dad looked a little happier than you. congrats to you and your whole family, honey. >> thank you. >> that's so great. thank you very much, ananya. >> way to go, girl.
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>> this is what you were just talking about. may have taken home the coveted trophy, but another finalist that caught people's attention online. so when dasari heard his word he didn't waste any time. no origin, definition or use it in a sentence. >> m-o-g-o-l-l-o-n. >> he got that word right in five seconds. >> they are calling this the mike drop moment of the spelling bee. megan tweets, greatest moment in spelling bee history. he ended up taking fourth place and, of course, there was plenty of love online for the winner of the night. the big winner tania tweets a new queen bee. and congrats, of course, to all the contestants. those kids are so smart, guys. >> 12. she was 12.
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good friday morning. it is 7:56 with clear sunrise all around the bay area. our temperatures starting to warm up. we're at 60 degrees on the south bay and upper 50s for the peninsula and the tri-valley. 53 degrees in san francisco and 57 now in the north bay. into the afternoon it is going to be fairly warmer inland in the tri-valley up to 85, the peninsula at 77, san francisco 67 degrees, and the east bay 73, we head into the weekend with warmer weather. for some of the inland areas, while san francisco steady in the mid-60s. for the first part of next week we'll be in the upper 60s, the inland valleys heating up to 86 degrees with the warmest day on tuesday, nothing but sunshine all throughout this seven-day forecast. let's get an update on the roadways now. >> we are seeing two crashes causing major delays for the east bay. right now chp reports a crash on
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westbound 80 at university avenue, it appears the ambulance is on scene. we're seeing heavy backup all the way to elser retoo, we're seeing some big delays north on 880 and that is also due to a traffic collision that is working to recover. >> thank you very much. 7:57. happening now san francisco police investigating a homicide at a hotel on van ness and silver street. the victim was an adult male tourist. head to our twitter feed for the latest there. a broken water main forces neighbors to evacuate on the peninsula. crews tell us it's been capped after more than four hours. on the facebook page video of the neighborhood inundated. the warriors get off to a fine start in the finals, clobbering the cavs in game one. head to our home page to see who stepped up in the win and when the deal was sealed. another update for you in about a half hour. have a great morning.
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it's 8:00 on "toda it's 8:00 on "today." climate control. strong reaction from around the world in the wake of president trump's controversial decision. >> the paris accord would undermine our economy. protests erupt. while the president's supporters applaud the move. we're live at the white house. plus, surprise. >> one of my favorite things to do is like share joy with music. >> our summer of yes series wraps up with hoda as she teams up with some country music legends to give tourists here at 30 rock a moment they'll never forget. and get ready for rhett. country superstar thomas rhett all set to light up our summer
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concert stage and the crowd can hardly wait. today, friday, june 2nd, 2017. ♪ >> stayed up all night for thomas rhett! >> okay, i love this sign. >> thomas rhett, we have a little message for you. >> we love thomas rhett! >> what time did you lovely ladies get here this morning? >> up early for thomas rhe ittt. >> i'm thomas rhett's number one fan from philly. >> i love those hats. >> we came from mississippi to see thomas rhett! we're back now 8:00 on this friday morning. and hoda has been waiting for this friday morning for about a
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month. we've got thomas rhett as we just told you in concert in our next half hour and you are all over this. >> i am busting on so many levels. he's down there taking selfies as you would expect and we'll show you in a little bit his wife, new baby daughter. they're here, too. tucked away. we'll see them in just a little bit. it's going to be great. >> great. >> so sweet. >> i know. i know. she's so -- >> happy anniversary. >> what is your name? >> mandy holden. >> billy holden. >> got a lot to get to. let's start with your news at 8:00. >> i'm kristen welker at the white house where the president is defending his controversial decision to withdraw from the paris climate agreement saying it will be good for the economy. the only two other countries not in the deal, syria and nicaragua. critics calling it a move that puts america last in leadership. this morning, fresh fallout after president trump announced he's pulling the u.s. out of the
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paris climate accord. >> it is time to exit the paris accord. >> reporter: the dealmaker in chief vowing he can get a better one. >> wae will see if we can make a deal that's fair. >> reporter: but world leaders saying the agreement can't be renegotiated. >> we all share the same responsibility. make our planet great, again. >> reporter: the nonbinding pact requires the nearly 200 participating countries to lower emissions. overnight, landmarks in new york, paris and other major cities showing their opposition by going green. opponents warning the move will set the u.s. back in fighting climate change and on the world stage. >> i was elected to represent the citizens of pittsburgh, not paris. >> reporter: pittsburgh mayor with a very different take. >> pittsburgh is the poster child of showing why the paris agreement is good economics for
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the united states. >> the paris accord would undermine our economy, hamstring our workers, weaken our sovereignty. >> reporter: but according to a department of energy forecast, renewables and natural gas would have surged under the climate deal, helping energy production grow and potentially the economy. what about the coal industry? that sector hoping the president's decision will lead to fewer regulations and spark a big boost overall. but critics argue that market forces are already driving a surge in cheaper, cleaner, natural gas and renewables. still, for the president's supporters, it's a campaign promise kept. a parade of ceos have expressed outrage about the move. tesla's elon musk pulling out of the advisory counsel and already california's launching a global coalition to set new standards for power plant emissions. the soonest the u.s. could exit the climate change agreement is
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november 4, 2020, that's one day after the next election day. matt? >> thank you very much. in other news, smoke was still rising this morning from a casino resort in the philippines where at least 36 people were killed overnight. police say a gunman fired shots and used gasoline to set fires inside the resort's world complex. that's outside manila. despite initial fears of a terrorist attack, officials now believe this was a robbery attempt. the gunman had ransacked a storage area stealing more than $2 million worth of casino chips. all of the victims died from smoke inhalation or suffocation. police say the gunman took his own life after being wounded. britain's prince william traveled to manchester this morning to show support for the city where a suicide bombing at an ariana grande concert. police are still tracking the bomb bomber's movement releasing new
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pictures including one taken just three hours before the attack. meanwhile ariana grande returns to manchester for an all-star concert to benefit the victims and their families. we are getting used to seeing more rude and even aggressive behavior in sports competitions these days. that's why one tennis match at the french open on thursday is getting a lot of attention. tied in his second round match when he reminded us that winning isn't everything. >> and this is the match point steve johnson winning through. >> there have been thrills and spills at roland-garros. among the highlights, this act of kindness will have a special place. struggling with his injuries, argentine player was fearing the worst. but, it was his opponent who was in real trouble standing at the baseline doubled over in pain. and if you thought sportsmanship was dead, take a look at
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delpotro climbing over the net to check on his adversary who had fallen to the clay sobbing uncontrollably. consoling the distraught player, he helped him walk off the court, embracing him in a bear hug, sitting with him on the chair and giving the spaniard a pep talk. he had just recovered from a knee injury that forced him to retire earlier this year. it seems he could relate. it was a sad victory, i think it was an awful outcome for both. i imagine how sad nico would be. he must be having a bad time. twitter hailing this act of sportsmanship. teaching us by example, big man, big heart. ranked 30th in the world, even packed his opponent's bag to cheers from the crowd. i wish you a speedy recovery, he
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tweeted. having restored faith in the humanity of competitive sports. >> wait, hold on. >> why sports matter sometimes. they really do. he told us he did what his heart was telling him to do calling it the right thing. sportsmanship is important for the sport, he said, because even though we're rivaling on the court, we have to have deep respect for each other. >> you know, it's the kindnesses that make you emotional and make you cry these days when you see something sweet like that. >> i was in a restaurant yesterday watching it and i said we have to do something about that. >> it's beautiful. >> he will face the world's number one player andy murray next. coming up next, guys, on trending. the wildest way you'll ever see someone catch a fish. got it. got it. > and it's hoda's turn to share her summer of yes project and we can only tell you it is pure hoda. talk about a country sensation outside. thomas rhett outside in concert.
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8:12 on a friday morning. >> it is friday, everybody. it's graduation season. go around the table and ask one quick question. what made a better gift when graduating? something material or an experience, like a watch or a trip? >> no question. experience. >> the -- the -- the thing. >> the watch? you want the thing? >> i'm all about experiences. we try to give our kids experiences. >> okay. you're -- wrong. [ laughter ] >> ohio state university did a study -- at ohio state, by the way, isn't that your alma mater? >> no. >> conducted a city and they found tangible gifts are better and do you want to know why? they say memories from those trips fade away. you don't remember them. but the watch al roker gets, you remember it. every time you look at that watch you think of it and you're going to remember all the positive memories associated with it. the pride and accomplishment.
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what my parents gave me. >> show you a whole basement of memorable gifts we gave our kids over the years. >> exactly. this 19-year-old spent the world traveling the world with her boyfriend and had amazing experiences. i think they went to something like 12 different countries. she's a picture-taker. took pictures everywhere. they're amazing. here's the problem, though. after the trip, they broke up. what do you do? all of these photos of beautiful places but your ex is in all the photos? well, take a look. she photo shopped zac efron's face in every one of them, because she decided she was going to be able to show her friends where she had been and wasn't going to let it be ruined by the fact she was there with an ex-boyfriend. there she is. horseback riding, hand in hand with zac efron. someone, she said, she would much rather look at these days. what do you do? do you have photos that have exes in them? >> i do. depends on your memories. if you parted ways, just let
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bygones be bygones, but if it was ugly? >> i discarded photos with an ex, because i didn't -- i didn't care about the memory anymore. >> and pictures, family photos, and that's -- fine. >> exactly. no scribbling anybody out. how about you, mr. lauer? >> something you said. you would rather forget the trip altogether? >> yes, i would. because, whenever i see him -- >> oh, here we go. >> i'd rather not -- i'd rather forget the whole trip. that's how i am. >> now i know why you're into material things. that explains -- >> moving on. all right. ready for the catch of the day? >> yes. >> i know that, matt, you like to fish. >> love it. >> al, you like to fish, not so much, sheinelle jones? not really. watch this guy. tries to catch a fish with his bare hands. look. bait in his hands. oop! he caught a bass. >> no? >> or the bass caught him.
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>> the dumbest fish in the world! >> i know! no, it wasn't. >> sheinelle, say what you said. >> i would not eat that fish, because something's wrong with it. why would you eat that fish? >> the first just -- >> put that back in the water. just let him go. >> it has issues. >> right? >> fish are fast. >> amazing catch. >> do bass have teeth? >> some do, yes. >> might not be a good idea. >> i say he goes back in the water. >> sheinelle jones? >> "pop start" pap good one. ariana grande, one love manchester concert sold out in under six minutes. about 45,000 tickets. even more joining the cause, artists, lil mix, black eyed peas, added to the star-studded lineup includes coldplay, justin bieber, pharrell williams, usher, and more. supporting victims families and
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the british red cross. one love manchester takes place this sunday. and front man i a.m. confirmed fergie, he told the entertainment newsmagazine, "lon" nobody is replacing fergie. working on a solo project at the moment. we're on a brand new experience celebrating 20 years of black eyed peas, putting out music. the band lives on. a bonus. will.i.am. said the black eyed peas worked on songs for fergie's solo album. and finally, gwyneth paltrow. coining the term, during her divorce with chris martin and is opening up further. people are coming around. a dorky term but very worthwhile. i'll almost a person who gets, stuff, at first. later people say, maybe that's a good idea. i don't mind. gwyneth wanted to turn her divorce into something positive. said it was the most difficult thing she's done in her life. and that's your "pop start." >> i think people have a
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slightly different view about that. >> i do, too. >> sheinelle, thank very much. >> yes. >> is it time for the weather? >> mr. roker. >> okay, then. i wasn't sure. kind of a a little of a -- >> making a transition. >> there you go. show you what's going on currently. we've got heavy showers and thunderstorms firing up in dallas, and texas. on through the gulf coast and on into florida where we'll look at a lot of wet weather today. warm and toasty through the southwest. 90s to 100s. 90s in the plains, awfully chilly here in the northeast and new england. for today locally heavy rain throughout texas, on into the gulf coast, florida as well. beautiful weather returning to the northeast around the great lakes, look for late afternoon thunder through the northern plains. western third of the country looking spectacular. >> good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. we have sunshine and temperatures in the peninsula in the south bay now at 60 degrees and it's 57 in the tri-valley,
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also 57 in the north bay, san francisco starts out at 54 degrees as you get ready to head out the door. through the day we'll see it really starting to warm up for the inland valleys up to 85 degrees and 77 in the peninsula. for the east bay expect a high of 73 degrees and san francisco will be up to 67. and that is your latest weather. hoda? >> al, thank you so much. now to our "summer of yes" series, trying new and different things. >> recap. shall we? so far savannah learning to play tennis like a pro. carson creating his own craft beer for a worthy cause, and al is taking some great kids from here in new york to the grand canyon. hoda, it's your turn. >> yes. you guys know i do like music. a big music fan and always sort of sound track is playing along to every moment of my life. the truth is i have zero musical talent, and could never tlern in the "summer of yes." i'm marrying my music with another passion surprising the
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heck out of people. >> one of my favorite things to do is share joy with music. always running around with me phone or beats or something. i don't need them today because i got the real thing. rascal flatts! >> what's up? >> stop it! ♪ life is a highway >> reporter: i snagged the country superstars after their recent plaza jam, for something a bit more intimate and unexpected. a surprise concert. ♪ you got to look like a tourist. now we're getting somewhere. >> is this where stone fill iph was? >> and infiltrate an nbc tour. >> as the tour's going on, be obnoxio obnoxious. >> i will. >> you think we'll see any -- >> reporter: our inside man is nbc page donald adler. he will shamelessly lead the group into studio 3b, home of lester holt's "nightly news." ♪
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>> i've seen all types of personalities at this point and definitely work with you. >> your name? >> my name is doug loudouglas f michigan. >> this place is fabulous. >> reporter: frightening how easily jay slips into his alter ego. >> so i sell stoplight parts. >> this area? >> which one's fallon? >> bump into him, i got jokes for him he could use. >> we're excited to have you here today. you guys will see the studio fo "nightly news" with lester holt. >> at first jay, our douglas, blends right in. ben then -- >> all right. you guys -- >> lester? i'm not sure if lester's there right now. so you guys can stand up and follow us to the elevators. >> here they come. here they come. >> welcome. keep coming in here. >> hey, we got the group. is this anyone's first time in a
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studio by a show of hands? awesome. what are your first impressions? >> a lot of lights. >> a lot of lights. yeah, over 300 lights in here. >> reporter: it's only a few minutes and he's already getting on their nerves. ♪ life is a highway >> so are these microphones up here -- >> so those are actually lights. >> you got great acoustics in here. >> yeah. ♪ >> i appreciate your enthusiasm. yeah. so these are mostly lights. ♪ yeah and >> you have an amazing voice, sir. i appreciate are vocal skills. >> yeah. you had a question? >> do you ever, like, do shows in here or anything? other than the news? like -- concerts or anything? >> oh, not -- >> it would be so cool. ♪ >> what's going on back there? >> sounds to me like a guitar. >> oh, my god! oh, my god! how are you? >> what's up? ♪ >> how are you? how are you? >> rascal flatts!
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♪ cannot hesitate, break down the garden gate ♪ there's not much time left today ♪ sing life is a highway, i'm gonna ride it all night long ♪ >> oh, tell me about it! >> whew! ♪ you're going my way, i'm gonna ride it all night long ♪ >> one more time for lester holt! ♪ you're going my way, i'm gonna drive it -- all night long ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> that's great! i'm so sorry they made me do it. thank you, guys! >> it was -- it was so much fun. >> that's great. >> he was so annoying, whenever he stood somewhere, literally the crowd parted. people were clutching their children, like, get away from the freak. >> all been on tour with people. haven't we? that was great.
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>> a lot of fun. they're just great, great guys. again, this is about, we're having fun ourselves, but all about inspiring you to try new things you've always dreamed about. head to today.com or the today app and tell us what you want to say yes to and we might be able to help you out. >> people are probably signing up for the tour, who am i going to see in lester holt's studio? >> wouldn't that be great? >> sheinelle? >> thanks, guys. going country this morning for a live concert from thomas rhett. he'll take the stage, right after your local news. good morning, it )s 8-26...
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i )m ... ==topvo== our breaking news: . good morning. 8:26 on your tri. i'm sam brock. we continue to follow breaking news out of san francisco. police there right now investigating a homicide. it's at a hotel along the van ness corridor. in the last half hour or so we learned from police it started as some sort of verbal altercation that escalated into violence. that is the crime scene footage from this morning. we don't know how the person died but it all happened early in the morning at the da vinci hotel on vanness and fillbert street. police are saying the victim is an adult male tourist and no word about whether police have made any arrests or someone specifically they're looking for but we will follow any development. via nay in for mike this morning. delays out of the east bay. >> we're picking up a lot 6
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slowing but the east bay is working to recover from two crashes earlier, at university avenue there were several lanes blocked and have been cleared but we're seeing heavy delays and also major delays as of now along 880 northbound. and this is all the way back towards washington. so definitely a thing to keep in mind. the east bay drive times, westbound 80 towards the bay bridge, 30 minute day, northbound 880 is 41 minutes. back to you. >> so much for easing into your friday. thank you very much. we'll be back with more news in 30 minutes. what you have released
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the mummy. rated pg-13. [cheering and applauding] >> we're back now, 8:30 on this friday morning. it is the second day of june, 2017 and hoda is at it again. >> i found a baby. i found a baby. >> look right there. >> this little baby happens to be thomas rhett's baby. >> your beautiful wife is pregnant again? >> yes. >> by the way, we're looking to the next half hour in the weeks ahead, halsey will be on the
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stage. >> june 16, we are expecting one of our biggest crowds. we've got shania twa in. her first album in 15 years. >> pop star andy grammer joining our lineup. he'll be in the plaza june 23rd. make your plans to be here now. >> by the way, i think we have a future broadcaster. >> that's right. >> you may need to reclaim your daughter here very soon. >> all right. you have a check of the weather. >> it's going to get ugly really quickly. let's show you what we have happening as we look to the weekend. sunshine in the northeast. great lakes, strong storms in the upper midwest. out west, the western third looking fantastic. and then on sunday, rainy storms move back into the northeast, beneficial rain down in florida where they're in serious drought. look for sunshine in the western plains all the way into the southwest. few shower
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in the northwest. >> good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. a lot of sunshine and no fog. as we get out and about around the bay area, the golden gate bridge, this sunshine will warm up our temperatures fairly quickly and we are now at 57 degrees in livermore, 59 in oakland and palo alto and high temperatures in san francisco today reaching 67 degrees. there will be a little cooler as we go into the end of the weekend with some morning fog and temperatures warming up early next week. inland valleys will see the warmest day on tuesday. >> announcer: the citi concert series on today is proudly presented to you by citi. >> everybody, welcome back. thomas rhett is ready to take over our city summer concert stage. but before we get started, by the way, this is his cute little daughter. here's a little bit about one of country music's biggest stars. ♪ he is the star of the show and
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taking country music by storm. son of singer song writer rhett atkins, music is in his blood. ♪ his latest album tangled up is certified platinum and has generated seven number one hits. ♪ including die a happy man, the love ballad spent six weeks on top of the charts has gone triple platinum and earned him multiple country music a wars. now thomas is back with a new single, craving you and a third studio album on the way. he's currently on tour performing to sold out crowds across the country and he is making a stop right here on our plaza for the today summer concert series. how ready are you guys? [cheering and applauding] >> we have been waiting for this moment. we are not going to wait one more second. ladies and gentlemen, thomas rhett. [cheering and applauding] >> good morning!
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♪ oh, oh ♪ every time we have to say good-bye i'm counting down until we say hello ♪ ♪ every touch is like the strongest drug, i don't know how much longer i can go ♪ ♪ i never had something that i can't walk away from, girl my self-control so paralyzed ♪ when it comes to you i ain't got no patience. something about you, girl, i just can't fight ♪
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♪ you're like a cigarette, no matter how much i get i'm always trading ♪ ♪ that feeling when we kiss, the way your body moves, don't matter much i get, i'm always craving you, ooh, ooh craving you, ooh, ooh, ooh ♪ ♪ all the in between is killing me, you know i come unglued from missing you ♪ ♪ sunset eyes, no, i don't have to try because you know exactly what to do ♪ ♪ i never had something that i can't walk away from, girl, my self-control so paralyzed ♪ ♪ when it comes to you, no, i ain't got no patience ♪ ♪ something about you that i
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just can't fight ♪ ♪ you're like that cigarette that's a hundred proofs, no matter how much i get, i'm always craving ♪ ♪ that feeling when we kiss, the way your body moves, no matter how much i get, i'm always craving you, ooh, ooh, ooh ♪ ♪ craving you, ooh, ooh, ooh ♪ craving u ooh, ooh, ooh ♪ craving you, ooh, ooh, ooh ♪ every time we have to say good-bye, i'm counting down until we say hello ♪ ♪ every touch is like the strongest drug, i don't know how much longer i can go ♪ ♪ yeah, yeah you're like that
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cigarette that's a hundred proofs ♪ ♪ no matter how much i get, i'm always craving ♪ ♪ that feeling when we kiss, the way your body moves, no matter how much i get i'm always craving you, ooh, ooh, ooh ♪ ♪ craving you, ooh, ooh, ooh ♪ craving you, ooh, ooh, ooh ♪ craving you, ooh, ooh, ooh ♪ i'm craving baby >> thank you so much, thomas rhett. he is going to perform a song that you picked, but first this is today on nbc.
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>> he's headlining his home team tour. nice to see you. >> thank you very much. >> do you choose members of the band based on who has cool hair? look at this. come on, drummer, take the hat off. [cheering and applauding] >> he has the best hair for sure. >> a lot of the people out here want to know about new music, new album, what can we giveaway in >> the album comes out later this year. we don't have a date or a title. we went and cut a bunch of songs and we're excited about how we're going to release them. songs about life changing and lots of songs about lawrence. this is insane. >> we should point out, it goes all the way back there. you have a full house. there are a couple members of the audience that are a little bit more special than everyone else. you have your beautiful wife and
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your new daughter willa gray. she's going to start crying. your wife is pregnant, by the way. to have this instant new family. >> it's crazy. you know, it's been me and lauren for four years. when you add a daughter to the mix, it makes life even crazier, i wouldn't trade it for the world. she's amazing. >> father's day is coming up in a couple weeks. your wife is going to say happy father's day, get back on tour, get back out there. >> exactly. >> we want to take care of a little business. we asked the fans to vote for the songs you were going to sing this morning. choice goes like this. die a happy man or make me wanna. why don't you do the honors and tell us. >> i think everyone chose die a happy man. maybe it was just you. >> die a happy man it is. thomas rhett, take it away. >> awesome.
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y'all feel free to sing along with us on this one, all right? ♪ ♪ baby, last night was hands down, one of the best nights that i've had, no doubt ♪ ♪ between the fine wine and the look in your eyes and the marvin gaye snots then gaye ♪ ♪ then we danced in the dark ♪ then i know that i can't tell you enough, that all i need in this life is your crazy love ♪ ♪ if i never get to see the northern lights ♪ ♪ if i never get to see the eiffel tower at night ♪
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♪ if all i got is you in my hand ♪ ♪ baby, i could die a happy man >> how about y'all this morning? ♪ ♪ a happy man, baby ♪ baby, a red dress brings me to my knees, oh, but that black dress makes it hard to breathe ♪ ♪ you're a saint, you're a goddess, a masterpiece ♪ ♪ it's too good to be true, nothing better than you in my wildest dreams ♪ ♪ and i know that i can't ever tell you enough ♪ ♪ that all i need in this life is your crazy love ♪ ♪ if i never get to see the
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northern lights ♪ ♪ or if i never get to see the eiffel tower at night ♪ ♪ if all i got is your hand in my hand ♪ ♪ baby, i could die a happy man ♪ ♪ >> play it for me. ♪ ♪ i don't need no vacation and no fancy destination ♪ ♪ baby, you're my greatest day ♪ we could stay at home and listen to the radio ♪ ♪ and dance around the fireplace ♪ ♪ oh, oh -- can you sing this
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part -- if i never get to build my mansion in georgia ♪ ♪ or drive a sports car up the coast of california ♪ ♪ if all i got is your hand in my hand ♪ ♪ well, baby, i could die a happy man ♪ ♪ well, baby, i could die a happy man ♪ ♪ oh, i could die a happy man ♪ you know i could, yeah, yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ oh, i could die, i could die a happy man ♪ ♪ baby, oh, oh, oh, oh [cheering and applauding] >> how good was that. thomas rhett. he's back with more music. but first on nbc. ♪
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♪ you are the star i'm back with the craziest fans. by the way, we're back. great news. thomas rhett isn't done yet. he has one more song he's performing this song now. it is called "star of the show." >> lem see you snapping, just like this now. come on, y'all! ♪ walking down the street hand in mine, well, it don't keep them other guys ♪ and they're wandering eyes are looking to you ♪ ♪ but it's all right and that's okay, who could blame them anyway, because you're so pretty and you ain't even got a clue, oh ♪ 'cause everywhere we go you are the star of the show ♪
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♪ and everybody's wondering and wanting to know, what's your name, who's that girl ♪ with the prettiest smile in the world ♪ what gets me the most is you don't even know it ♪ yes, you are, you are, you are the star of the show ♪ you're the star of the show, baby ♪ yeah, yeah ♪ friday night on the town we walk in and you draw a crowd ♪ even this band seems to sing for you ♪ you ease on up order a drink and the bartender says it's all on me ♪ ♪ you look at me and laugh like you don't know what to do ♪ ♪ baby, you're so cute 'cause everywhere we go, girl, you're the star of the show ♪ because everybody's wondering and wanting to know what's your name ♪
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who's that girl, with the prettiest smile in the world ♪ oh, what gets me the most is you don't even know that you are, you are, you are the star of the show ♪ don't you know, you're the star of the show, baby, yeah, yeah ♪ even in a ponytail and a pair of jeans you're looking like the cover of a magazine baby you're the only one who doesn't see ♪ ooh, because everywhere we go, girl, now you're the star of the show ♪ and everybody's wondering and wanting to know what's your name who's that girl with the luckiest guy in the wolde ♪ oh, what gets me the most is you don't even know ♪ that you are, you are, you are ♪ ♪ you are, you are, you are oh, baby, you are, you are, you are the star of the show ♪
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oh-oh, you're the star of my show ♪ ♪ don't you know, baby girl oh-oh-oh ♪ oh-oh-oh ♪ oh-oh, oh-oh-oh ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you very much! ♪ because everywhere we go hear more from thomas rhett and all our summer concert artists @applemusic.com/today. much more ahead on a friday morning. but first, th is "today" on but first, th is "today" on is but first, th is "today" on is welcome to max you are whimsical, vibrant, statement making. we see what makes you unique. so we have something for everyone, at a price that's just right for you. maxx you. maxx life. t.j.maxx
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♪ because everywhere we go >> ah. >> hoda is in her glory. >> i'm so happy at this moment in time, right now. look at him? still out with the crowd. an amazing guy. wow. what a way to kick off the weekend. >> mr. roker, waiting to kick off the weekend with birthdays. >> i like it. fire up the smucker's jars and away we go. happy birthday from livingston, new jersey. and of brooklyn, new york celebrating 100 years. been a volunteer at the same hospital for 40 years. still visits patients every week. happy 100th birthday to william scott, a fisherman of somerset, new jersey. he and his wife have traveled to
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all 50 states in a volkswagen. that's great! and from los angeles, 100 years old. she's been a proud volunteer with the stop cancer organization for 25 years. and our next centenarian, a world traveler from londonderry new hampshire. returned from a trip to ireland. those irish eyes are smiling, and last from arlington, virginia, worked for the u.s. state department before retiring. pretty cool. remember to tell us about people you know celebrating special birthdays, anniversaries. love to hear about them. head to today.com/birthdays. >> and thomas rhett sticking around. >> such a good guy. >> freebie fridays and it's also national doughnut day. >> nice. >> you kids have a great weekend. >> yes. >> we are starting it right now. >> run that down a little bit? >> in the countdown.
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>> all right, guys. much more ahead on a friday morning. fi i )m ...
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==topvo== . a good friday morning. 8:56. i'm sam brock. breaking news we continue to follow out of san francisco where police there are investigating a homicide at a hotel right along the popular van ness corridor. in the last hour we learned from police that this all started as a verbal altercation that escalated into violence on the street there and don't know exactly how the person died, but it all happened this morning at the da vinci villa hotel on van ness. police are saying the victim in this case was an adult male
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tourist. so far no word on whether police have made any arrests or someone specifically who they're looking for. happening right now, pete suratos is talking with investigators and he will have the latest in a live report during our midday newscast and we're posting updates on to our twitter feed. protesters are getting ready in san francisco atto voice their anger over president trump's decision to pull the u.s. out of the paris climate accord. this happened in palo alto yesterday there was protesting. in san francisco it begins at noon outside the federal building. san francisco is getting ready for cluster fest. a who's who of comedy. civic center plaza will be busy starting today. it is a three-day event. on our home page link up to the promising performances on tap. we will be back with more news coming up in 30 points 77 -- coming up in 30.
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this morning on "today's take," country sensation thomas rhett kicking up his boots on our stage. plus, today could be your big day. and maple butter cupcakes with an unbelievable secret ingredient, coming up right now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take." live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. and a pretty friday morning here on "today," second day of june, 2017. let's crank this up a little bit. >> yeah! >> this is "crazy you" by this man, country singer thomas
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rhett, and so thrilled to you have here. >> thank you. always a pleasure to be here, man. thank you. >> the crowd is fantastic. >> they were! i was blown away. i can't believe they showed up as early as they did. and all the people behind us. what are you all doing? >> lined up for you, my friend. >> pretty awesome. i thought your name was thomas rhett. >> thomas rhett aikens is my last name. going by thomas rhett since i was born. everybody calls me t.r. >> call you t.r. >> yes. >> and everybody waiting for your album coming out later this year. tell us what's going be on it? >> we went and cut 22 songs. all did since the last record came out was write. narrowed it down from 60 to 30 and now figure out how to release all of these songs.
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i am looking forward to it. >> your album "tang maniy ealle "tangled up," starring his wife viewed 100 million times. >> that's like taylor swift numbers. >> what do you think it is? >> country radio, the song kale out, there wasn't a lot of ballads or love songs. learning who my wife was, our relationship and it hit at the right time. >> i got to tell you i don't know if you got your baby back yet. hoda grabbed her. >> yeah. she can stay with hoda a few days. really great. >> she is so gorgeous. >> she is beautiful. >> expecting another one? >> my wife is 29 weeks pregnant. >> 29 weeks. tell me this, when you found out she was pregnant, what did you guys think? >> we tried a couple years ago to get pregnant. nothing ever happened.
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we always knew we wanted to adopt. in our hearts tots do that. nothing happened. maybe this is the time to do it. my wife had been over to uganda a couple times and we met willa when she was 6 months old. i blurted out, we should take her home. she's such a blessing. and then when we were over there, we fuound out we were pregnant. >> i've heard that. tried, always wanted to adopt, they adopt and then -- you get pregnant. >> yep. >> your house, about to spontaneously combust. >> it's getting small very fast. >> wanted to be in your house forever. not so much anymore. >> not so much anymore. she's the most amazing baby. sleeps like 13 hours. we haven't had the whole i'm exhausted yet, when the newborn comes -- >> i hate to break it to you, but -- >> maybe they are. >> previous performances, not projecting future earnings.
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>> she's had wild experiences's do you take her on the stage with you? >> hoda ruined her. because -- if you saw that, that shot they did, she was crying, because she wanted to be back onstage so bad. give her a microphone, you're not going to get it back. >> and we have great video. you and your wife introduced her to a new food. take a look. >> tofu? >> tofu? >> tofu? >> tofu. >> toe-too? not very good. sorry vegetarians out there. >> same reaction first time i had tofu. >> didn't take a millisecond. soon as had hits her tongue. >> yeah, willa gray. you're amazing. >> and a lot of other good stuff. >> fed he seaweed earlier. she loved it. >> one of the things we like to do play a game. get our country music co-stars, bring out a boot. a game we call "country
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confessions." here comes -- jerry ray. >> what's up, jerry? >> got your hat on. >> you pull out a question. >> spill your secrets. >> okay. here we go. >> here we go. it's a nice boot. >> it is a nice boot. here we go. we hear you've attended halloween parties at reba mcintyre's house. what's the craziest costume you ever wore are saw there? i think i was 4 years old. >> seriously. >> yes. and i think i wore a pumpkin. hopefully there's not a picture of that. >> you looked a the monitor. this is your life! >> we're good. not that good. >> and reba, sweetest human being that ever existed. >> 4 years old? family friends. >> yeah. smiling at my aunt, by the way. >> hey, reba! >> do it again. >> for sure. >> see what we got here. >> music, the whole thing. >> yeah. what's your favorite country
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music song of all time? >> hmm. >> wow. i probably, this song called "misery in june" by merle haggard. ♪ drinks don't mix too well, jukebox records don't play those wedding bells ♪ . you heard that song? >> no. i like t. good stuff. one more? >> let's do it. all right. you're going to perform the song "t-shirt" for us later in the show. if your wife could get rid of one item of clothing from your closet, what would she pick? i'm a shoe fanatic. i have way too many sneakers and i bought all different colors. i'll get the same sneakers in different colors. >> i was going to say, did you change already today? >> no. i did have different sneakers on this morning. >> you had really cool sneakers, plaid in them or -- >> vans. but i wore boots for the first, like, three years in my career and then the more i started to,
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like, i guess, mature as an entertainer, started jumping around so much. this ankle break in a heartbeat. i switched to sneakers. this is the real me. >> time for one more. >> we do? okay. >> i love that. >> see what we got here. what's your favorite song to sill to willa gray and can you sing a little for us? >> she's obsessed with "bruno." >> really? ♪ i got a condo in manhattan baby girl what's happening ♪ >> the next part -- >> my kids go. ♪ that's what i like, that's what i like ♪ >> she jams. >> performing on the plaza later. bring her. >> come on down. >> i saw him in vegas this year. my wife took me for my mernbirt. >> a fun show. >> you picked the perfect day to be here because today is national doughnut day. >> oh, gosh. >> so here comes doughnut -- >> look at this. is this krispy kremes?
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>> you get a free krispy kreme at their store today. one per person. >> can i get chocolate? >> wait. i want plain glazed. i'm putting it back. >> do you -- jerry, change your hat? he had like a costume change. >> smart. >> just want you to know, i appreciate it. >> other countries offering doughnuts, if you were buy a drink. the index doughnut survey, top three flavors, three, chocolate frosted. two, boston cream. and number one, the one they didn't send -- glazed. >> hmm! >> one glazed doughnut. >> i was trying to find one. >> still we appreciate it. 96% of americans surveyed liked doughnuts. only 4% did not. >> who doesn't like a doughnut. >> you can never trust anybody who doesn't like a doughnut. >> how can you not? >> is there any more appreciative, you see a co-worker walk in with a bunch of doughnuts? >> i can't think of anything better.
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>> and singing in the hot sun, and -- >> got to be a good day. >> hmm, doughnuts. up next, the sports moment everybody is talking about today. why this tennis star started sobbing on the court and the heartwarming act that followed, right after these messages. "mm-mmmm" "it's oats 'n honey crunchy love." (laughs) "check you out, nature valley."
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potro, the one who came right over to console him. look at this. climbing right over the net. embraces him in a big bear hug. sits with him on the bench giving a pep talk. people assume, professional athletes playing to the end, fight until you die. this goes to show, listen, end of the day, they're all teammates, all colleagues and appreciate each other. and he recognizes how disappointing it would be to have such an injury and have to end the plach that way. it was just so -- so kind. >> obviously, rooting for each other. wish the best for each other. that's real right there. good sportsmanship, for sure. >> a time that wasn't such a big deal. when you would see that sort of thing all the time, and now it's nice to see. >> stands out. exactly. >> and i heard, i saw this and was thinking a lot of athletes play with a lot of pain. for him to stop, he was really hurting. >> yeah. >> exactly. >> from one heartwarming competition to another. >> feel good friday. >> in champion crowned in the scripps national spelling bee bp
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before we show you the winning moment, we'd like to find out how we would do with the winning word. here's our producer gavin -- >> just throw on a hat, gavin? t. . >> a hat. >> a country hat. >> we realized that. thank you. the word. >> marocain. >> can you use that in a sentence? >> this dress is made of marocain. >> would you not get the gig if this was real. marocain. m-a-r-a-q-u-a-i-d. [ buzzer ] >> m-a-r-r ---
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>> i would have never said, marocain. >> m-a-r-r -- [ buzzer ] >> how it's really spelled, ananya vinay handled this perfectly. >> confident initially. >> marocain. >> that is correct. >> congratulations. >> wow. >> she's 12. >> yeah. 12 years old, amazing. look how -- >> $12,000. her dad rushing onstage to hug her. unbelievable. she finished i think, like, 174th last year and now ends up the champion. >> did you ever -- were you ever in a spelling bee? >> i was. i didn't get out of my school. >> did you? what about you? did you? >> maybe in like first grade, something like that. >> i remember in fifth grade expected to win. right? >> oh, really. >> yes. and then i -- like gavin. mr. irwin didn't say the word clearly. the word was cloudy.
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i thought he said cloudily. >> my bad. i would have gotten it. >> maybe it was the hat. >> it was the hat. >> i was thrown off, something like that. >> you were expected to win? >> expected to win. when i said the word wrong, the whole school went -- [ sigh ] and i cried. mr. irwin said cloudily. sheinelle that's not a word. i thought that's what he said. sorry. having a few issues. my bad. >> you're overit. >> it's all good. wow. let's look at cloudy weather and other weather. >> throw that in. that's fine. >> strong storms firing up down around corpus christi and looking at wet weather through the gulf coast. plenty of sunshine out west where the temperatures are going to be very toasty. 90s and 100s in the southwest. central plains. cooler than after here in the northeast and new england. for the day we look for strong storms firing up down around the gulf. we've got plenty of showers and thunderstorms making their way th
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we'll have temperatures reaching into the low 80s today. up to 84 degrees in morgan hill and rapita, 79 degrees. for the east bay, expect 87 in antioch and 73 today in oakland. and expect the high temperatures in the peninsula in the upper 70s for palo alto. san francisco some upper 60s today. and 80s in the north bay today and through the weekend. weather. up next, you need a gift for a grad, maybe a dad for father's day? we have the freebie friday that's perfect. don't miss a chance to win, and you at home as well! hey allergy muddlers
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i feel you can give them anything. wash my hands. thomas rhett touched my hand! >> i'll just put this in the dressing room. >> this is nice. >> this is nice. >> i told him, and -- fans wrapped around the building for you. yes! going to do the honors? >> look it's a the celebrating 15 years. pretty good. >> okay. here we go. good morning! >> hey. >> good morning. [ cheers ] >> goodness. go for it first? >> want to go first? >> i'll go first. >> you go on. >> i'll go first. ah -- how are you? your dad is deployed? >> yes. >> where's your dad? >> he's in saudi arabia. >> you want to say hi to him this morning? >> hi, dad. i miss you! >> here you go. congratulations. >> that's amazing. >> your turn. >> back this way. >> it's your birthday, right? all right. this is your birthday. how are you? 19 years old? happy birthday. congratulations. yes, ma'am. >> one more? >> you get the honors. you get one more.
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>> where do we go? >> anywhere. why not? >> i got to give it to the celebrating 15 year. congratulations. >> where are you from? >> a beautiful thing. >> from indiana. >> love it. >> ind. perfect. >> ind. >> absolutely. >> there we go. >> al, fans at home? >> thanks. thanks to hp, giving two lucky fans the hp specter x-2. go to "today" -- go to facebook.com/todaystake to find out how to enter don't forget to like us. we would really appreciate it. up next, we all know everybody's better with bacon. right? thomas rhett is going to help me whip up bacon maple buttercream cupcakes. hmm! cupcakes. back to your local news and weather. sweet. we started service dogs for heroes because we know how important a well-trained service dog can be
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[ cheers and applause ] ==vo== in the last hour crews on the peninsula finally managed to turn good friday morning at 9:26. i'm sam brock. in the last couple hours, crews pota the peninsula were finally able to turn off a water main break that broke at 9:00 this morning, prompting people to have to evacuate. police ordered four nearby homes to be evacuated. some owners there are worried about hillsides giving way. still investigating a homicide at a hotel along the van nuys corridor. this started in a verbal communication that spilled out onto the street there. we are not sure how that person died. it happened at the da vinci
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hotel. they're saying the victim was a tourist. colossal clusterfest. what a name. kicking off in san francisco today. it's a three-day event. some of the best comedians in the country are taking the stage. it will feature seven different comedians, the like of jerry seinfeld and kevin hart. there are street closures and you can find out more about that on our website. we'll take a look at your weather and traffic in two minutes.
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good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. a lot of sunshine starting out this morning. and temperatures are already starting to warm up quite a bit. we're in the low to mid-60s. in san francisco expect a high of 67 degrees and some lower 60s for the end of the weekend. then our temperatures will start to ramp back up to 54 degrees for the start of next week.
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we won't see as much early morning fog for the inland valleys and we'll also be very warm, trending well above average for tuesday of next week. let's get a check on the roadways with vianey. >> we are still looking for recovery in some areas. the south bay is flowing, but the east bay still struggling to clear up, and we have another crash at 880 right at davis street. it looks like there may be a lane blocked, and that crash we reported earlier at westbound 880, all lanes have been cleared but it's still working to recover. seeing a live look in palo alto, we can see there are some delays due to a fender bender up ahead. >> thank you for being with us. we'll be back with more news coming up in 30 minutes.
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it's another time for "today food" and get ready to have your mind blown. that's right. by the way, before we start, we've got to -- >> make that brush. >> lauren and willa gray. very nice. earlier she grabbed the microphone. she could be either a broadcaster. now she wants the -- makeup artist. >> now she's going to be somebody who enjoys cupcakes. >> yes. >> she's going for it. i like it. >> what she needs. more sugar. >> take one of my favorite ingredients, bacon on top of a maple buttercream cupcake and t.r. is helping us out. maple syrup, vanilla, vanilla
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paste, eggs, you can use a store-bought cake, if you want to. >> okay. >> we're going to glaze this, for the top. you get good, thick double-cut bacon. take some maple syrup, some cinnamon and create a glaze. and -- this is going to kind of candy coat your bacon. so, thomas, if you'd like, take that brush and just brush these little diagonal slices. >> okay. >> and then we're basically going to take that. and once go that, it's a little sticky. >> agen little sticky. >> put a little more maple syrup. we're going to glaze these. these make life easier, and make it easier to make bacon for a group of people instead of frying it. and put that in the oven at about 350. you can just hang there a second, because we're going to -- >> that's why that bacon's so good. you've already glazed it. >> oh. it's already done. >> the magic of television!
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>> so you've got your cake batter you've already made. you can put that -- it's good. >> trying to be -- >> more in here. >> cool. >> making cake batter. put it into lined tins using an ice cream scoop, makes life easier. then put it in the oven according to the directions, and then they'll come out like this. >> perfect. >> come on osier thesh over thi. we'll make the frosting. >> you like it? >> better than tofu? >> yes. >> way better than tofu. >> now a buttercream frosting. soften the butter. some confectioners' sugar. we've got maple -- vanilla syrup, i should say. a little lemon juice. and we've got just a little bit of salt in there. and then we're going to add our confectioner sugar. >> okay. >> i should cream this first. >> oh, that's fancy. >> keep putting that in and eventually -- you slowly add in the -- the confectioner sugar.
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you'll put it in a bag. meantime, you've chopped up your bacon. also, put -- >> oop. you okay. >> what are you doing to her? >> you know what it is? that little piece of bacon. >> we got a little piece of -- >> you okay? you all right? >> sugar down the wrong pipe. she's okay. still going. >> need water? >> also would have added, should have mentioned, add chopped up bacon into the batter. >> perfect. >> if it comes out like this, you got little bits of bacon. now pipe that on. >> that glaze is yummy, yummy. >> and then, if you would add a piece of bacon on top. >> okay. >> and there -- you've got your bacon maple cupcake. squeeze a little? >> for sure. >> you can also add sprinkles, if you'd like. >> okay. >> look at that. >> thank you. >> is that good? >> she likes it. >> is that good, willa gray? >> mommy -- try this. it's better than tofu. >> one for you. one for me. two for you. one for you. that's perfect.
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does she like sweets? >> oh, yeah. >> oh, she loves them. she loves them. >> who doesn't like bake jn put the broccoli together -- >> this is perfect. >> say, thank you -- >> ah, yes. do want some? >> give daddy some? >> oh. she's a giver. she's sharing. >> so nice! >> thank you, sweetheart. oh, give it to mommy. for the recipehood to today.com/food. coming up next, can you name dolly parton's most covered song? the throwdown competition. you can play along right after this.
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well, it's friday. we can't end the week without wearing stupid hats! thomas rhett is our co-host and -- >> wait a minute. where's your hat. >> my bad. >> he's got something we don't. dignity. it's a competition we're calling "kickin' it country." going head-to-head. ready? he has an test teft st okay.
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all right. >> there you go. country music is known for some creative song titles. which of these is "not" an actual country song? did i shave my lengths for this? one boot to the bottom. ♪ a ings ings mastering the art of ref
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co-host all morning long. he is performing tee-shirt from the album. he is ready. ♪ this is my live tee-shirt. ♪ ♪ get off to work on the weekend ♪ ♪ that's right here ♪ that's in the big old parking lot < musical notes> ♪ it was two for one ♪ as christmas arrives in the middle of june ♪ ♪ i walk up ♪ i put words on you uh-huh ♪ ♪ you say you got that trust in me ♪ ♪ you got my tee-shirt ♪ go ahead ♪ whoa ♪ so loud ♪ i still got enough in my head,
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moving along in the tv light ♪ ♪ got to see anything light ♪ your dress, my car ♪ the way you wore ♪ my tee-shirt ♪ whoa, a lot of cool tee shirts out there ♪ ♪ you wore my tee-shirt ♪ you be walking up the stairs ♪ what the neighbors say ♪ keep it down ♪ but it's hard to unlock the door when you making out ♪ ♪ you know what i'm saying? ♪ these days we got to keep on doing this ♪ ♪ so why you keeping everything on a one-night kiss ♪ ♪ pretty all what you got on ♪ in my tee-shirt right there like a video ♪ ♪ so happy ♪ still got it up in my head ♪ you were moving around in the tv light ♪ ♪ i ain't seen anything like ♪ your dress on my floor ♪ the way you wore
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♪ my tee-shirt ♪ yeah comm c'mon, man! ♪ ♪ ♪ the way you wore my tee-shirt ♪ ♪ it's on my minds ♪ next way i know ♪ you were wearing my tee-shirt < musical notes> ♪ you looked so dang hot in my tee-shirt ♪ can you sing it? you know it right here ♪ ♪ i can see it ♪ still got it up in my head ♪ you were moving around in the tv light ♪ ♪ i ain't seen anything like, your tres, my floor ♪ ♪ the way you wore, my, my
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t-shirt sho t-shirt ♪ ♪ no way, you wore, my, my t-shirt ♪ ♪ whoa, you wore my t-shirt [ music playing ] whew! oh! [ cheers ] >> thank you so much ♪ >> hear more of all our summer concert artists. come on back, we got to finish up the show. but first, this is "today" on wac, this
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>> it's been a cry from the people. have you spoken.
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you want gavin to come in and ask more stuff. because you kind of mispronounced it. >> this is redemption. >> all right. >> here we go. get blar. >> get that in a sentence. >> oh, man, that cow better not eat that get blar. it's a perennial shrub of southern africa that a deadly poisonous. >> ohing okay zplchlt that helps. >> gifblaar. >> what she says. >> okay. next. >> i say gifblar. >> gifblar? >> gifbler. >> i'm going crazy here.
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giph -- >> gifblaar. >> oh. >> ahh! >> okay. one more. >> oh. okay. marum. that's a beach grass from the scandinavian. >> marurum. oh. >> marrum no. >> marum. >> marram. >> you do better with weather, al. >> said the man wearing the hat.
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>> tom, you have been such a great sport. >> thank you so much. >> nice to see you. >> next month you are performing. >> yes. >> god bless you on your beautiful family. >> thank you so much. up next, behind the counter at starbucks, turning your crafting into cold hard cash. >> everybody have a good weekend.
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did you know 90% of couples disagree on mattress firmness? fortunately there's a bed where you both get what you want every night. enter sleep number and the semi-annual sale going on now. sleepiq technology tells you how well you slept and what adjustments you can make. she likes the bed soft. he's more hardcore. so your sleep goes from good to great to wow! only at a sleep number store. oh, and right now, save $200 on our queen c2 mattresses now only $699. ends sunday. go to sleepnumber.com for a store near you. good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. a lot of sunshine and slightly warmer temperatures today. inland valleys are going to see those highs reaching into the 80s. in oakland today a high of 73 degrees and 67 in san francisco. north bay we're looking at 85
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degrees in napa and we'll continue to have some breezy winds throughout the afternoon. the weekend pretty much looking like this, with some warm inland valleys and some cool temperatures right along the coast. let's check in with vianey with an update on the roadways. >> we have been following a couple troubled spots, especially for the east bay which is still working to r recover. it appears there is a new crash along 880 and powell street. it was barely catching up from the earlier incident and now we're seeing more delays. westbound 880 to bay bridge, about 20 minutes, 230 to the bay bridge, about 20 minutes. we're also seeing delays due to an earlier crash along the 101. san francisco police are investigating a homicide at a hotel on van nuys and silver street. the victim was an adult man who was a tourist and it followed some sort of verbal altercation. go to our twitter feed for the latest in that investigation.
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also a broken water main forced neighbors to evacuate on the peninsula and it took crews about four hours to cap that break. on our facebook page, you can see the neighborhood inundated. and the nba finals, you can find that on our home page. after
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months of deny yals. >> from nbc news, this is "today," with kathie lee gifford and hoda ckotb from studio a in rockefeller plaza. >> hello, everyone, guess what, congratulate yourself. you made it all the way the friday, june 2nd. >> all the way. >> say hello to my niece shannon and my niece. she's about to have her second baby in about six weeks. >> we will be a great aunt again. >> i'm excited. i really am. >> that's what it's like. much like, by darryl larsson. >> we have a great show. we are not lying this time. this time we tell you the

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