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good morning. basketball stunner. one of the greatest streaks in sports history over. yukon women's basketball team beaten in overtime against mississippi ste after winning 11 games in a row, finally a loss. we're live with the latest. texas tragedy. terrifying moments caught on camera right before that fatal bus crash. >> the collision killing 13 people. nearly all of them wearing seat belts. the driver now allegedly apologizing for texting while
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driving. white house wealth breaking overnight the trump administration releases financial disclosure forms for top staffers ivanka trump and jared kushner. the president still to release tax returns. and talking about the russian investigation. live with the latest. ♪ ♪ ♪ and welcome back dylan. fst time since she became a mom to a beautiful baby boy, so the days of sweat pants spit upa and no make up ae the thing of the past. from studio 1a live from rockefeller plaza this is the "today" show.
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>> look who is back. dylan dreyer. >> you know what's funny, it's like that goodbye that never ended. now we're doing the welcomeer e >> we are excited. >> we really are. it felt like the first day of school. >> since i saw you in the makeup room. >> and we decorated your locker. >> i don't have a locker. >> obviously we all know it's april first if you don't remember guess what it's april fool's day. take k. we nailed some of the producers. >> she used to work on the show. she quit right after that. >> i have to say they got us too. >> they got us bad. >> that's the last thing you expect when you're walking down the hall. >> consider this a public service announcement. keep your head on a swivel.
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>> i was prepared for it and it still happened. >> you were prepared? >> i wasn't prepared exactly for that. >> let's begin with what might seem like a cruel joke for the women of the university of connecticut basketball team but this is all too real their historic winning streak over. >> live in glendale, arizona where the men's final four will be held but this morning we're talking about the women. ron, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, my head has been shaking like this all night like one of those bobblehead dolls, going down in an overtime thriller year's march madness by 60 points. one of the greatest points in sports history shattered at the buzzer. the yukon women's basketball team losing for the first time in years. the huskies were stunned by
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mississippi state last night losing their first game after winning 111 in a row and costing them another trip to the women's national championship where south carolina awaits. the first went into overtime after a block at game winning regulation. then in o.t. the dagger. >> yukon, they're an incredib m shot against them is a shock, i'mght now. >> reporter: it's beyond comparison. to match or beat them an nfl team would have to go undefeated for six years including playoff games and super bowls to boot. a major league team winning every game in spring, much of the summer, april through july just to get close. this week though, headlines of a different sort. >> there's a reason why there's
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not as many opportunities for women. not as many women want to coach. >> reporter: he now faces a woman who does and is. >> made it appealing to male coaches and now they want to be part of our game. >> reporter: but yukon won't be part of the game tomorrow night. the huskies forced to sit and >> reporter: a pair of exciting wom women's games last night. the men's tip off later today, south carolina facing gonzaga, get the pace makers ready. to the deadly bus crush earlier this week in texas that killed 13 elderly members, videos i merging, of the truck swerving, the people behind it attempt to get police to stop the driver. >> he's doing like 80 miles an
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hour. >> reporter: new this morning terrifying moments caught on cell phone video just before the deadly crash. following the truck that would eventually hit the church bus. calling 911. >> he's in a white dodge dually. >> reporter: pleading for help. the sheriff's department dispatched deputies but it was too late. the white truck had swerved into oncoming traffic colliding head on with the bus killing 13 people. more witnesses called for help. >> there's a head happened right in front of me. 911 ambulance if any of these people are still alive. >> jack young young apologized at the scene saying quote i'm sorry i was texting on my phone.
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federal investigators are aware of the cell phone video andg in contributing factors and also want to determine why the death toll was so high. >> we believe most if not all passengers on the bus were wearing their seat belts at the time to have crash. jacob ras ccorascon, nbc news. >>ea> wing how well think the top trump administration really are. the white house releasing financial disclosure forms last night. this while the president met face to face with the top democrat on the house intelligence committee. kel kelly o'donnell is live at the white house. >> reporter: good morning, sheinelle. power, money and influence have always been part of the white house, and a watchdog group says a close eye should be kept on the administration, even those not taking a paycheck are
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required to reveal a personal picture. and include some of the wealthy's white houses ever to serve. >> this morning a rare look inside trump family wealth. washington power couple and unpaid federal workers, ivanka trump and jared kushner disclosed their business investments as a sweeping white house documents release friday making financial disclosures for many white house officials despite taking themselves out of management roles, the president's daughter and son-in-law remain beneficiaries of holdings that could be worth more than $731 million. she also has a piece of the trump hotel. her share valued between 5 and
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$25 million. assets of a different kind secret intelligence the top democrat on the house intelligence committee adam schiff sources say he had private meeting with president trump, first only shown to republican devin nunes, according to reports tipped off by white house officials. >> there were people who probably knew about me being there but the fact of the matter is that doesn't make them the source of my information. >> reporter: president trump injected himself by tweeting about his ousted national security adviser. michael flynn should ask for immunity, calling the investigation a witch hunt. >> if you're not guilty of a crime what do you need immunity for. >> reporter: back then flynn agreed. >> that means you probably
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committed a crime. >> reporter: but now flynn says he has a story to tell and interested in pursuing an immunity deal. >> reporter: so far officials on the intelligence committee say they aren't prarart of that is because they're early in the work an mindful of a separate investigation happening at the fbi. jeremy bash is an nbc news analyst, former chief of staff of the cia and pentagon, jeremy, always good to have you. >> good morning. >> let's start with what kelly was talking about. two reasons why immunity one granted. first to fill in a missing link and the other is to go after someone higher up the food chain, why do you think they are unwilling to give flynn
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immunity? >> they haven't said they're unwilling, if you're a target of an investigation or a witness, your lawyer is making a proffer, saying here is what my client would say if you give him immunity, so they need to understand what goods would flynn bring to the table here? does he have information that potentially implicates the president? if so that's something that prosecutors may make a trade for, they may say you can have your get out of jail free card but got to bring out somebody hire on the food chain. it's now become increasingly clear that the white house had a hand in either helping chairman nunes look at those documents or providing the documents outright to him then of course nunes turns around and gives the documents or shows the documents to president trump, it was
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described earlier this week as kabuki theater, what do you see? >> i've been working with the white house in congressional perspectives and never seen where they had to go nighttime over to the white house ground and conspire with white house staff to get access to this information. if the president wanted to know something they could have told him and if they wanted to give information over to the congressional committee they should have given it to the entire committee and to the republican chairman and ranging democratic member, so the whole thing reeks of collusion. >> has chairman nunes lost all credibility then? >> well it's being strained and tested because he went out there and said the white house had nothing to do with it then turns out he was at the white house, says the white house wasn't my source, turns out he facilitated
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access to documents, everything he has said hasn't held up to scrutiny, he has to get this investigation back into a very serious mode and go back to the facts wherever they lead him. >> sean spicer scolded the media on friday for what he says is unmasking an american or several americans the dissimilar natiem political purposes, do you believe there's a story being missed here? >> don't know for sure, but will say what i've read occasionally the identity of an american will be unmasked meaning the black mark will be taken off, sometimes it's hard to know, this happens a lot whether it happened inappropriately we don't know yet but seems like a diverse from the white house to get away from the real issue which is collusion between the trump campaign and the russians.
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>> thank you. time to get to some of the other top stories intersection officials say terrorists have now figured out how to slip a bomb past laptop computer. that's why laptops larger than a cell phone are banned from middle eastern and african airports. recent bombings convinced experts of the threat -- where they are screened more thoroughly. >> three people are under arrest today in connection with the massive fire that collapsed a section of an atlanta highway, three are suspected to be homeless, one accused of starting a fire thursday. construction materials burned so hot the roadway gave way. it's part of commute for hundreds of thousands of people in the atlanta area.
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the search continues for elizabeth thomas, investigators say she was kidnapped by her teacher. caught on camera on oklahoma city. tammy with the very latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, craig, it's been 20 days since authorities say tad cummings, kidnapped elizabeth. hundreds of tips but only one credible citing. >> the only solid l have to go . security 50-year-old cummins and a walmart in oklahoma say they pa in cash but did n significance. they were spotted o more than
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elizabeth was last for her father it brings mixed emotions. >> it was good t finally he said in a statement. mys little girl is out there and we hame. >> it's been three kidnapped authorities discovered secret e-mails between school e-mail account. >> they were doing it in a they thought would ever be scheduled. >> reporte>> the information th got from some of the technological suggest this was very well cumm go to the police divorce. she provided these exclusive family photos to nbc news.
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according to her attorney it is the first step to removing jill from the situation. she will attempt to move forward with her life. >> now this sighting is significant because this is the first time they have been seen together since they disperiappe. an amazing video and close call for two infants in iowa, a car slammed into a wall and into their bedroom. a 20-month-old just suffered a scrape on the face and eight-month-old escaped unharmed. the driver thought she was in reverse and instead went right into the building. the four time masters champion has bowed out of
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competing. it was 20 years ago when believe it or not a young tiger woods shocked the golf world winning the green jacket with a 12 shot victory. you remember that dylan dreyer. >> 20 years ago? >> oh, don't act like you don't remember. >> i didn't really watch golf. >> i remember the story about this up and coming kid. the kids wanted to be like him. >> i bring a anything snowstorm back to new england. take a look at wind damage with wind gusts up to 50 to 60 miles per hour, toppling trees right here homes causing damage as well. so we are look agent the storm system clearing out of the virginia area, it's been drier for a while but it's the cleanup that's going to be a issue, the
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rains will continue to come to an end, right through the back of that car there too, a lot of damage from wind and hail. now it's all about the snow across new england, mostly outside of 495. across the rest of central and northern new england, rain heavy in the boston area, temperature have been the reason why we're not getting as much snow as originally thought. boston 38 degrees, cape cod a bigger issue with some winds. we have some winter wealth alerts out there advisories and storm warnings with additional storm fall, this will pull away this afternoon but could see another three to six good morning. i'm first alert meteorologist krystal klei. here's a look at our forecast highs for today, going to be below average, but better than yesterday. cloudy to mostly cloudy. some peeks of sun late in the day are possible, and we are going to be breezy. up to about 53 for the high
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today in center city. low 50s for the pennsylvania suburbs, as well as the lehigh valley berks county, about 51 degrees in allentown. 53 for trenton, right near 50 along the jersey shore. and some mid-50s possible in delaware. as dylan mentioned we're talking about snow in spring, but looking back it wasn't that bad. >> it was a mild winter, but while that put a smile on your face, it could be putting a dent in your wallet when you go to the grocery store. >> reporter: even though winter went out with a bang, for most of us the season was a mild one. forcing blooms earlier than every. >> it's great. all the bulbs are coming up early. >> eve been exercising walking getting out, where we normally wouldn't do this this time of year. >> reporter: but jeopardizing
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crops that are supposed to land near you later this year. >> sometimes these are followed by regionally damaging frosts. >> reporter: fifth generation farmer drew ekles is worried about his peach trees in bloom almost a month early. there wasn't enough chill over the winter for a small yield. >> the deck is stacked against us right now. there's a good chance that prices are going to be a little bit higher than what we have seen in the past. >> reporter: what could be a $1 billion loss and shortages at the grocery store. the warmer weather has sent -- in ohio, missouri and illinois flowing sooner and faster causing a shorter season and depressing business for maple syrup producers. california heavy rains during the winter jeopardizing
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strawberries, celery and a almonds. >> come summer time, you could be paying more for fruits like peaches, plums, straw berries, and even apples. proving early spring comes with a hefty price tag. still to come, people love taki taking selfies on train track but why you might be in more danger than you think. aleck baldwin's run
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♪ ♪ ♪ still ahead on today this saturday morning the prank that
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had these two running for the hills. >> at least i came back. >> speaking of
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good saturday morning. i'm rosemary connors. it's just a few minutes before 7:30. a little cold out there, a little damp. meteorologist krystal klei is tracking the conditions with the most accurate forecast in the region. fill us in, krystal. >> yeah, rosemary. so what we're looking at right now on our radar and satellite, is that we are cloudy, but really, it's some littleti teen spots of green, some mistiness in spots, but overall the rain is moving out. as we go through today, we will stay cloudy, but we should start to dry out, as well, we're in the upper 30s in philadelphia, 37, pottstown, and 40 in millville. expect temperatures to climb around 10 to 12 degrees by this afternoon, putting us into the low 50s. this morning, we've been following some breaking news out
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of southwest philadelphia. crews had to rescue a man from a collapsed row home. nbc 10 was on the scene here near 61st and woodland in southwest philly. our cameras captured the first responders wheeling the victim to an ambulance. right now he is in stable condition. the collapse happened just before 3:00 this morning. parts of the home fell on to nearby cars. crews are now using cranes to clear the debris. new this morning, police are investigating a deadly shooting in north philadelphia. this happened at 2nd and westmoreland streets just after 1:00 this morning. police describe the victim who was shot in the head as a man in his early 20s -- rather, late 20s to early 30s. another shooting in north philly brought police to the corner of toronto histories. police tell us a man shot in the leg somehow managed to walk to temple university hospital. that's going to do it for us for now. i'm rosemary connors. i'll be back in 25 minutes for
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streaks in sports history, beaten in overtime of the final four by mississippi state. after winning 111 games in a row, finally a loss. no april fool's joke, people dealing with a nor'easter, heavy know in new hampshire, vermont and maine. and hurricane winds up to 65 miles per hour wind gusts on the cape. and known for an nunual jok google -- >> our recap of some of the week's biggest icons, the return of rokerthon to priceless pranks are some story that is caught our attention.
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the white house picking itself up and dusting itself off after that devastating health care defeat. >> congress just wasn't ready. >> this week focussing on other campaign promises including tax reform an bringing back jobs. >> we will put our minors back to work. >> despite this preinauguration exchange. >> people think you're going to be part of the administration. >> no, i'm going to be a daughter. >> ivanka trump joining jared kushner as a white house advisor. and the plot thickens over the source of devin nunes's information. >> he's been on as a lark as a sort of inspector dr. a very r. >> tragedy in texas, three storm
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chasers killed while tracking a storm. >> slamming into corbin joeger. this was the live feed shortly before the crash. >> they did something they absolutely love and every day people should go out and strive to do what they love. >> the men spoke to have dangers they faced. >> people consider home where it's safe an we're out there getting the shot for them. >> escalator emergency. a dramatic scene at a hong kong maul where an escalator packed with people reversed, sending shoppers flying. >> two investigators were later arrested accused for tampering later. >> a crash landing in peru. >> all 141 passengers were
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evacuated safely. >> a tsa patdown sparking outrage after a young boy was touched multiple times in sensitive areas. >> this man needed to get his hands off of my child. >> she told officers her son suffers a disorder that causes anxiety when toughed, but the pat-down last add full two minutes. >> social media lit up. >> it was a little excessive, seemed like it was a little bit more than it needed to al roke storm helping colleges nationwide setting new records. >> it's a new guinness world record. you are officially amazing. and the prank that had our team running for the hills. >> just open it very carefully. >> oh! >> if your stomach wasn't
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curdling then, it is now. >> i've got something on my -- >> i didn't put my contacts on -- >> i didn't hear him say that. >> they're the most vilesn the . i couldn't go back. >> yeah, dylan at the end were like we're going to do this, this, this, andt wa the off the rails. f it was a lot worse in person. the whole bottom of the box was lined with roaches. >> i asked kim who was doing the co-hosting with us i said how did you not run or jump and he said i think i just went into character. >> how about the forecast? >> storms, especially through parts of texas into louisiana. we are g
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on the storms, light snow? and around thear, rain through parts of kansas, it's this dip inet stream and low pressure that's going to cause storms in the next few days. heavy downpours could produce flash flooding. we could see g hail here. eastern texas and southwestern louisiana tomorrow baseball sized hail agand isolated tornados along wh it good morning. i'm firle here's a look at our forecast"t" going to be below average, but better than yesterday. some peeks of sun late in the day are possible. d to about 53 for the high today in center pennsylvania suburbs, as e lehigh valley, berks county, about 51 degrees in al right near 50
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of picture season,ro corner, we season about to kick into high gear, many may want to take pictures on train tracks. thes t it is the latest trend, but turns out they are incredibly dangerous, trains plowing through without warning and happened yet again killing a young woman. how is that possibler a it's a should be able to hear it. this morning, you need to see our experiment before you head to the tracks. >> you're in progress. their recording on the tracks and suddenly notice a train. they run for safety but it's too late. this woman is killed. just weeks ago another tragedy in texas. this 19-year-old killed while taking modeling pictures on train tracks. she couldn't get off the way in time. >> we all needed her in our
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lives, she made everybody's day. >> it also happened to this 16-year-old who was hit and killed taking these photos with his girlfriend for a school project. >> it was too late before they realized the train was coming. >> but the most shocking photo of all is of these two sisters an their best friend taking selfies on the tinra tracks. what they can't see or hear is that train in the background. speeding towards them. just three seconds all the girls were hit and killed. >> this is absolutely a preventable phenomenon and loss. my girls did not have to lose their life. >> reporter: it's one of the latest trends in photography. people taking selfies, wedding photos even graduation pictures on active train track as. the pictures posted all over social media. what most don't know it's illegal and dangerous, in 2015,
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291 injured, 343 killed. now experts are seoe think they loud but the truth is it they are relatively qeteer sees some the tracks even if they play the emergency brakes, it take to st. >> we're setting up an experiment. there are csx workers here to keep us safe. there's a train coming down the track all the way in the distance. i'm not sure if you can see the headlights or not. i'm going to stand with my back to the train like many of us do while taking selfies, we'll see how soon the train gets here before i hear it. would i have time to get out of the way. here comes the train. i don't hear anything at all. >> it's getting closer and closer and still not a peep.
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i hear it right now. and here it is, look at that, it's basically right on top of me. they are pretty quiet for as big as they are. boy, that is an amazing example, proof that you just don't have time to jump out of the way. >> watch from a different angle. this camera is just inches from the track. you can't hear a thing. keep listening. only when it's right on top of our camera do you hear it. >> and this train is only going 25 miles per hour. some trains get up to 70, 80, nine. >> -- 90. >> stay off the tracks. it's illegal, dangerous and deadly. >> reporter: it is an important lesson for all of us, train engineers say they see it all the time and don't know what to
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do. they can't stop in time. you wouldn't take pictures in the middle of the highway, so don't do it on the train tracks. >> i just assumed that you would hear the train. >> 434 people killed last year, i had no idea it was that serious. serious. what're not professional at. but that doesn't mean we're giving up. i'm in this for me. for me. along with diet and exercise, farxiga helps lower blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes. lowering a1c by up to 1.2 points. do not take if allergic to farxiga. if you experience symptoms of a serious allergic reaction such as rash, swelling, difficulty breathing or swallowing, stop taking and seek medical help right away. do not take farxiga if you have severe kidney problems, are on dialysis, or have bladder cancer. tell your doctor right away if you have blood or red color in your urine
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good morning. i'm rosemary connors. it's just a few minutes before 8:00 ton this saturday. meteorologist krystal klei is tracking a rainy start to our weekend. krystal? >> hi, rosemary. actually what we're looking at here is a damp start, that will turn into a pretty nice weekend. on our satellite and radar right now, you can see we have cloudy conditions. st still some spot areas of light rain and a little drizzle out there. little spots of green you see. for the most part, we are starting to see all of the rain entirely exit the area. we will stay cloudy today and also a bit cooler. you can see right now, we're just at 40 in philly, 38 in new jersey, and 41 in delaware. later today, we should get to the low 50s. tomorrow, sunny and low 60s. >> we'll be looking forward to it. thanks, krystal.
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this weekend, family members and philadelphia flis apolice a looking for answers in the stabbing of a couple. yesterday, a man discovered his mother dead and his father critically wounded at their home in point breeze. nbc 10 was on south 19th street last night where police were still gathering evidence. someone stabbed the husband and wife multiple times. as we mentioned, the wife is dead, the husband remains in critical condition. police tell us it does not appear there was a break-in at this house. today there will be some lane restrictions in bensalem, bucks county. it's all because of a bridge replacement project. crews will be working on the bridge that carries the bridge over the pennsylvania turnpike, so keep that in mind. look who's back. the phils arrived at citizens park last night after breaking spring training in clearwater, yesterday. they wrapped up their spring training. the phils will be in cincinnati for their season opener on monday. and of course, they'll have their home opener next week. we'll help you welcome the
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good morning. basketball stunner. >> she did it! >> one of the greatest streaks in sports history over. the yukon women's basketball team upset at the buzzer in overtime by mississippi state. after a historic 111 wins in a row. wild weather. 14 million people across new england affected by yet another nor'easter this morning. heavy snow in massachusetts, knnew hampshire, and vermont. dylan dreyer will get you up to speed on that. and don't forget it's april fool's. the pranksters are out in full
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force so we got in on the fun ourselves. [ screams ] >> taking aim on the some of our producers. >> but it turns out they got the last laugh on us today saturday april 1st, 2017. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> i'm abbey and it's my eighth birthday an i came to see dylan. >> hi, we're from missouri and we're on the "today" show. >> hi to my brother grant in s we love new york. >> welcome back, dylan. ♪ ♪ ♪ good morning to you. welcome back to today" on a saturday morning despite the rain, we're going to get out in just a bit. >> it's going to turn into a
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decent day. >> i'm wearing a tie and you're wearing your -- >> don't tie me in with what you're doing. >> the gamecocks playing tonight and the lady gamecocks playing for the national championship on sunday. it is of course march madness, and the final woeek facing off for the championship. ron motte live in glendale. what can we expect tonight with the guys. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. two old says come to mind, one is big thingsmall packages, the second is this is why they play the games. this is who they call it itty bitty, the superstar, hitting the shocking basket in overtime. snapping the 111 game winning streak, making this result even
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moreow lopsided the score was when they squared off last year when yukon demolished mississippi state by a whopping 60 points. the head coach says his players may have lacked the experience and maturity for a close game like we saw last night. in the desert we have the men tipping off in matter of hours. north carolina facing oregon and tonight cap the winners will meet monday night for the national championship. >> ron, thank you. let's get to some other stories making headlines starting with what we are learning agent the collective wealth of the trump administration. the white house put out financial statements friday night revealing that the president's daughter ivanka and son-in-law jared kushner could
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be worth $731 million. steve bannon made over 2 mill. chief of staff reince priebus took home more an a million dollars in 2016 and counselor to the president kellyanne conway's net worth is somewhere between 11 and $40 million. the president has not released his financial information. a cell phone video showing the terrifying moments leading up to a deadly crash in texas. the pickup w swerving for miles before the crash. the 20-year-old driver says he was texting and apologized after ramming a church bus killing 13 people. no charges have been filed while the investigation goes on. three people are under arrest today in connection with that massive fire that collapsed a section of an atlanta highway, the people in custody the three of them are believed to be homeless. one of them is suspected of starting the fire thursday. construction materials stored
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beneath the roadway burned so hot a giant section of the road gave way. interstate 85 is closed because of the fire. it's a key part of commute to hundreds of thousands of people in the atlanta area. the rainbow flag international symbol of gay rights is being remembered to the, to honorrt baker, he created the flag, he died in his sleep in new york city earlier this week. gilbert baker was 65. let's take you outside. dylan is outside with another check of the weather. >> i'm chatting with my new friend abbey, where are you from? >> mayfield. >> where is mayfield? >> upstate new york. are you having fun? we're having fun, but it's a little chilly for the first day of april that's for sure,
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there's a snowstorm that caused a lot of damage in virginia. wu wind gusts, breaking windows to cars, it was really wind damage causing most problems down across the mid atlanta, wind and know through central and northern new england, it's the nor'easter that's going to move to the east, we could see gust up to 60 miles an hour across the cape. an additional three to six inches of snow in the forecast. boston close to 40 degrees so might be all rain. also through the southern plains, storms, large hail, damaging winds and isolated torns wit
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good morning. i'm first alert meteorologist krystal klei. here's a look at our forecast highs for today, going to be above average, but better than yesterday. cloudy to mostly cloudy. peeks of sun late in the day are possible, and we are going to be breezy. up to about 53 for the high today in center city. low 50s for the pennsylvania suburbs, as well as the lehigh valley, berks county, about 51 degrees in allentown. 53 for trenton, right near 50 along the jersey shore. and some mid-50s possible in delaware. you your latest fro k forecast. i haven't said this in so long, back you you sheinelle and craig. >> they got us. they got us. also, what beyonce has up her sleeve that has as a lot of people
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we are back on a saturday morning and it is time to trend. and now dylan is here. >> comes back. >> you've only been gone two weeks but for some reason it feels different. >> we've been showing you our producers who have been having fun with us on this april fool's day, they had a guy dressed up as a stack of boxes, and then, you craig. >> oh, what do we have here? >> for dylan, we want to do -- ahh. >> notice they cut the audio out? >> did you say an expletive? no, i didn't, but my mother would have been proud. >> i felt like something was going to happen. >> me too, i was like why do we have a bunch of boxes stacked in the corner. it looked different.
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>> i don't know this was my thing, i felt something was coming. >> here you go. >> ahh! >> but your response is so cool. >> gotcha, gotcha. >> didn't really scare you? >> no. >> you heard some screaming earlier. >> there was scowling howling curdling scream this morning when i was upstairs in the ba bathroom so i thought something was going on. >> what did you do? what did you do? >> i sntayed in the bathroom. i was like let me wait. >> i thought it was a dog. >> somebody was screaming. >> things went sideways. we don't have to worry about you running out. >> i was like, oh, shoot, i don't have my cell phone, ai'll wait for the panic to die down. >> this is dylan's box man treatment. >> we're going to try to think a
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little bit -- >> [ screams ] >> how do you feel now? >> then he started coming after me. >> im impressed with my reaction. >> i fell into the wall. i typically don't scare very easily but that got me today. i was waiting for something to happen. >> that was funny. >> the man behind the whole thing is a man named rich ferguson. come on over box man. >> i'll give you applause. >> welcome. >> is that your favorite day of the year? >> no, it's not. i actually don't go around pranking people unless i'm on you tube, i'm a magician and don't do that unless it's i br me, this is a fan favorite. this is -- you get one of those decorative out let replacement covers, put the double stick
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tape you instantly have a dummy out let and it's awesome at an airport. another one that's simple take toilet paper, unroll a little bit, spray a little bit of hairspray and roll it back up and the person can't find the end of the toilet paper? >> if you want to see more of his pranks go to sflo the surprises not done. we have another good one up our sleeves. it is dylan dreyer's first day back here today and we imagine that you might be missing the little guy, that you might be missing little calvin. >> we decided maybe he should join mommy. >> oh, my god, he's here! >> oh, my god. hi! >> i also don't cry much.
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>> i gotta go, i gotta go. >> hi, baby. oh, my gosh. hi! how you doing? >> sorry, hi. >> i know. this is what it's like now. >> you know what? you still got to do pop start. can you just hold him and -- >> all right. we're going to prop him right up. >> we're going to prop him right here. >> we'll do pop start. >> are you going to help me with pop start. oh, my gosh i want to hold him forever. let's dive right in with aleck baldwin, he says he may call it quit on "saturday night live" on donald trump trump. >> big plan, big plan. google what is isis? >> the actor's skits made the
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show's ratings skyrocket but baldwin may not have it in him anymore and believes america may feel the same way, he says the country has elected the first satire resistant president. he'll finish up in may. his trump impressions may be as unpredictable as the president himself. "snl" will go live across the country. >> ready for sorry number two? beyonce is the top pick for the up coming lion king remake. it's a latest of the series of classics like alice in wonderland, cinderella and beauty and the beast. she hasn't confirmed yet whether or not she's on board. she recently dropped out as a
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cocella headliner. and you know live action lion king is exciting enough, but beyonce can take it to the next level. lion king is any favorite disney movie, so we have to get excited about it. when i start talking in story mode i run out of time. >> you want to take us to break? no, not net. >> dylan, calvin, thank you. >> thank you so much. >> three sisters who love golf headed so headed to some of the greatest courses. first, this is "today" on
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sweet cinnamon-sugar on the outside, crazy on the inside. crave those crazy squares. ♪ sweet cinnamon-sugar on the outside, crazy on the inside. crave those crazy squares. we're back on a saturday morning with a great story, calvin. >> before we get to that can i just say brian did this all himself and got the baby out of the house so i have to give him
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a lot of credit for that. >> still upright. i got a bottle. >> he's like i don't want that bottle i want you. >> let's talk about theas tournf days away, but the best professional players facing off but not just the players at augusta, three sisters who traveled the world and one of them is headed to augusta. >> reporter: it's long been a goal of layla. watching her sister last year fueled her competitive fire even more. >> oh, do that. how about it? >> reporter: but for 12-year-old mia and 15-year-old layla and 18-year-old sister car rcarra, they're journey started a bit
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different. they are adopted. >> we saw a little girl from rush a russia and looked just like me, then came mia, and our third car car carra. >> it's kind of neat to be adopted and have a bit of a different experience than our friends. so i think it's pretty cool. >> reporter: a fierce family competition is a success both on and off the course. >> we usually play ping-pong, our dad likes to play it because he's the only one who can beat us as it. because we beat him at golf. >> we always want to show off to each other like ha, i'm better than -- last year mia fi
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second in girls ten to 11 yearly age group, something layla strives to beat this year. >> i was like i've got to practice in all three areas really good to get there next year. >> i have complete faith that she probably will beat me. i love how the competition brings them all together too. you can catch layla in the times 8:00 eastern 7 central on the golf channel. >> i think he likes your thumb. >> i think he wants something else. >> that's probably a good time for us to wrap things up. good toim to go ime to go to co. >> calvin thank you. >> he's had just enough. >> no, that's his thinking face.
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neutrogena® see what's possible. good morning, i'm rosemary connors. just ahead on nbc 10 news today, it was a race against time to free a man trapped beneath a crumbling row home. we'll have details on the overnight rescue. and take a look at our first alert radar. much different scene than yesterday, as the rain is now moving out skband we are drying
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out, but when does sunshine return. we'll take a closer look, coming up. philadelphia police are searching for answers after al man finds his parents stabbed inside their home. we'll update the investigation. plus, new fallout for embattled district attorney, seth williams. how the corruption charges he's facing are changing his role in the office. those stories and much more coming up next on nbc 10 news today at 8:30.
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right now on nbc 10 news today, row home collapse and rescue. crews dig out a man who was inside. they say where he was situated saved his life. we're live on the scene. and the rain is finally moving on out of here. we're tracking sunny skies for part of our weekend. the details are coming up in the first alert neighborhood forecast. the phillies are back in town. the boys got in last night ahead of an important event at
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citizens bank park today. that story is straight ahead. >> announcer: nbc 10 news starts now. good morning. this is nbc 10 news today. i'm rosemary connors, it's 8:30 on this saturday. put it in reverse. yesterday's heavy rain created some road blocks for drivers all over our area, but the streets are starting to dry out this morning. runners along kelly drive won't have the downpours to contend with today, but it's cold and cloudy out there this morning as we take a live look at boathouse row. meteorologist krystal klei is tracking the changes in our weather. she has the most accurate forecast in the region. krystal? >> yeah, rosemary, we are just saturated from yesterday's rain. those areas that saw some flooding yesterday, probably still going to see in low-dipped roadways the water this morning. any areas that parks that have a dip are going to be filled in with water. it's going to take a while for that s


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