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now at midday, a 7-eleven clerk is dead, a hotel robbed after a crime spree in clinton. what you can do to help track down the suspect. and school bells are ringing again in the district. we take you to a brand-new all boys school with a brand-new purpose with its students. i'm kristin wright at the live desk with a new ruling on transgender students and bathrooms. what a glorious day out there today, but how long can we keep it going? th that exclusive ten-
joining us this midday. i'm eun yang. >> i'm melissa molette. we'll have a look at your headlines in just a minute. >> what a great change, a break from all the humidity, how long is this going to last, though? >> it is gorgeous out there and it is going to last quite some time, fortunately for all of us we were due to have some low humidity and plenty of sun, which is what we're seeing out there today. this is from national harbor camera. my goodness, i bet it's hopping down there on such a beautiful day. temperatures not that bad, 79. that's what it is right now. we started this morning in the 60s and 70s really depending on your location. a nice northwest breeze you may notice from time to time clouds in and out. there's a lot of sunshine in most areas. we're going to keep that sunshine going through much of the day. temperatures will top out in the lower to mid-80s by the time we head into this afternoon. but i've got t
ten-day forecast may surprise you just a little bit. when could that humidity come back? that's what we'll be talking about coming up in just a few minutes, guys. family and friends are saying good-bye to christopher barry. his visitation is taking place in southeast washington right now. his funeral is there tonight. krchristopher barry died of a dg overdose just over a week ago. he was the son of marion barry, d.c.'s mayor over a decade. the temple of praise is the same place mayor barry's funeral took place two years ago. christopher barry will lie in repose until his public funeral at 6:00 p.m. always a lot of excitement, back to school is here. schools all have to start classes again. derrick ward is live in northeast washington now at alton middle school. derrick, good morning. >> reporter: good
but you have to be from this side of the river to get that right. you can see the manicured lawns, the new building. they actually got new windows here but it's what's going on inside that is really important. anner -- an eerie silence. inside the classroom, preparation and anticipation of what's to come. >> i still get the butterflies like i am in school. it's like the night before christmas. it's very exciting. >> here these young people will unopen the gifts of learning. they're one of d.c.'s schools that are in the blended learning program. >> blended learning is technology-based learning where you infuse technology with the content. >> i recently got ten ipads donated to our classroom for our students. i'm very excited about it. i told some of the parents and they were very excited. >> it's definitely a
it gives them -- makes them better prepared for the future and stuff like that. >> reporter: and for joseph wright jr., that starts today. joseph sr. too. >> actually i feel like i've been promoted. >> reporter: these sisters are making a return trip. >> i'm excited about meeting my new teachers and meeting people in my class. >> they can't wait to go back to school. my kids love school. >> and that seems to be the norm. >> we had a meet and greet on friday. they came running in the building there. >> after a brief orientation and a good breakfast, these young kids are ready for knowledge and teachers are ready for duty. >> it's truly making connections. that's what i like to do the first month, make connections with the students. >> reporter: now, here at aton and other d.c. public schools, the pre-k comes back on t
and just as exciting. derrick ward, back to you. >> derrick, thank you. right now prince george's county police want you to take a good look at this backpack. they believe it may lead them to a murderer. they say the person wearing the backpack in these photos shot and killed a 7-eleven employee. then after that he rocked a hotel. the crime spree happened in clinton, maryland, over the weekend. today news4's david culver caught up with customers who go to that 7-eleven all the time and he'll share their emotional reaction a little bit later in the show. and we're learning more about another murder, this one in upper marlboro. he learned the victim's name. damien rowlett was shot yesterday. he was 22 years old. in just under an hour, virginia governor terry mcauliffe will make an announcement on the voting rights of former felons. today's announcement comes after the virginia supreme court struck down his executive order
the court ruled he can only restore rights on a case-by-case basis. the search continues for a motorcyclist who shot an off-duty firefighter in the face. it happened over the weekend on southern avenue in southeast. d.c. police say the firefighter's young daughter was with him in the car when he was shot. she was not hurt. the firefighters you know 81 said he was airlifted to shock trauma in baltimore and is expected to recover. you now have one month before a red light camera starts giving you a ticket. alexandria's sixth camera goes live today. the camera is handsing out warnings for now but that will change on september 22nd. donald trump's campaign may be shifting positions on a key issue, immigration. it comes as hillary clinton continues to try and label trump as insulting. nbc's edward lawrence has the latest. >> reporter: after meeting with
donald trump may be reconsidering his stance on deporting 11 million illegal immigrants. >> we need a, quote, fair and, quote, humane way of dealing with what is estimated to be about 11 million illegal immigrants in this country. >> reporter: trump campaign manager kellyanne conway went on to say his position is, quote, to be determined as he considers policies that would help hispanic businesses grow. >> i believe that donald trump's upside is far greater than hillary clinton's upside. >> reporter: in a new tv ad, hillary clinton questions trump's temperament. >> and calm judgment. >> and you can tell them to go [ bleep ] themselves. >> reporter: meanwhile the clinton campaign says her foundation will no longer take foreign donations should she become president. >> the foundation is in the process of figuring out how to refocus, reshift. >> reporter: this is a highly contentious race with more scrutiny than other previous presidential races. experts say donald trump's campaign is trying to broaden his al
voters. edward lawrence, nbc news, washington. meanwhile, the e-mail controversy surrounding hillary clinton continues to cast a shadow over her campaign. now former secretary of state colin powell is weighing in after a report last week that he advised clinton to use a personal. mail account. he told "people" magazine her people have been trying to pin it on me. powell went on to say that clinton had been using a private e-mail serve her for a year whee sent her a letter telling her what he did. i'm kristin wright here at the live desk. a federal judge in texas is blocking the obama administration's directive to u.s. public schools that said that public schools must allow transgender students to use the bathroom or locker rooms consistent with their gender identity. texas and 12 other states say that is unconstitutional. back in ma the education and justice department sent letters to all public
united states explaining this directive and saying that those who did not follow could risk losing federal funding. texas gets $10 billion in federal education dollars. back to you. >> thanks, kristin. well, there is a lot more ahead on news4 midday. the zika virus is causing panic in miami south beach. we'll tell you where officials say it could be migrating to next. plus, find out what other type of
welcome back. a man walks out of his home ready to head to work only to find out someone has stolen all four wheels from his car. >> ryan morgan said that happened to him last week. he said someone took off the wheels from his chevy tahoe that was parked in the driveway last sunday. the next morning he woke up, found his truck sitting there on bricks. he believes this is the work of preefgsales since the thieves didn't leave any fingerprints. many of you have insurance for just about every aspect of your life, your home, your health. here's one type of insurance you may not know about. >> volunteerism insurance basically came into play after the 9/11 attack because that was such a huge loss for the entry.
terrorist attacks of september 11th, 2001, the terrorism risk insurance act or tria was born. >> the government had to step in and help insurance companies cover terrorism for those businesses that obviously needed it. >> reporter: over the last 14 years or so, insurance policies have been required by the act to offer terrorism insurance built in. as the years passed, the government has been responsible for less and less of the damages. >> the trigger right now is at $100 million. so if you have buildings like the world trade center, those buildings are worth hundreds of millions of dollars. terrorism insurance, that's really what the tria act is meant to pay for. >> any damages up to $100 million are to be covered by the insurance company. there's another caveat. >> the tria act actually only covers acts by terrorist attacks from foreign governments. >
seem slim -- >> for most businesses in new mexico, it's really not a major concern. >> reporter: for some like don kauffman, the chance of a terrorist attack actually affecting his business isn't one he wants to take. >> somebody comes in, gets mad, blows the place up. if insurance classifies it as terrorism, then we're out. we don't have insurance to cover that. >> businesses do have the choice to opt out of terrorism insurance. however, most go with it considering the cost is pretty minimal, usually about 1%
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i'm kristin wright at the live deck. right now a former ceo indicted in a huge stock options scandal ten years ago. it's finally returning to the u.s. to face charges. jacob kobi alexander will plead guilty this wednesday, we're told. he has been living in nabibia since 2006. he was scheduled to appear before a judge today to end the proceedings to come back to the u.s. to face those charges. he was indicted in 2006. he's also accused of money laundering. he
and indicted in a huge sweeping federal investigation into fraud. back to you. >> all right, thank you, kristin. the controversy surrounding ryan lochte continues this morning. nbc's matt lauer sat down with him for an exclusive interview to discuss what he calls his childish behavior. >> so you guys go to the bathroom in the bushes. you walk -- by the way it's been described to me, it's a metal-framed poster of some kind or advertisement of some kind and you just ripped it off the wall? >> yeah. and i have no idea -- i mean i was very intoxicated. i have no idea why. it was immature. it was childish. >> and it made a big noise. >> and it made a big noise. and we continued to walk out and get in the taxi. >> jimmy, jack, gunnar, did they damage or destroy or vandalize
>> i'm not speaking for them. >> but you were with them. do you know if they also did things like that? >> no. >> you don't know or -- >> no. >> or they didn't? >> no. it was me. i'm taking full responsibility for everything. and i mean it was childish and immature. >> i just want to make sure about the bathroom side of this because you heard the police and the police say there was also damage in that bathroom. that a door was damaged, a mirror was damaged and a soap dispenser was damaged. at any time did you enter the bathroom and damage those things? >> no. >> you never went in the bathroom? >> yeah, we never went in the bathroom. >> did you kick the door of the bathroom? >> like i said, i was very intoxicated. i don't remember. >> so is it possible that you damaged the door to the bathroom, perhaps even kicked it open? >> all i know is that we went to the bathroom not -- outside in the bushes. >> and that was matt lauer. a new
place at risk of an outbreak of the zika virus. dr. anthony fauci at nih says texas and louisiana may start seeing cases after the widespread flooding in both states. just as students are going back to class in florida, the risk area is growing bigger there. melissa adon is live from miami beach. >> reporter: from south beach to the bay this is part of south florida's new zika zone and florida officials are taking action to prepare students going back to school today. the new zika zone is in miami beach, just six miles from wynwood where the virus first showed up. three schools are in the zika zone and health officials passing insect repellent all to prepare students heading back to class today. >> we are distributi two long-sleeve uniform shirts and uniform pants to ensure that the students in the three affected girls in the zika zone here in miami beach havero
clothing. >> i'm going to spray this, make sure i have long pants on and i'm wearing my long t-shirt. >> reporter: later today governor rick scott and state leaders will visit a miami-dade middle school in the wynwood zika zone where they'll discuss their efforts on how to combat the virus here in south florida. i'm melissa adan in miami beach. back to you. two car companies are warning of new problems that could put you in danger on the roads. nearly 65,000 hyundai elawn trays have been recalled for brake issues. the pedal can deteriorate and cause the transmission to slip out of park without applying the brake pedal at all. mitsubishi is recalling 82,000 2015 and 2016 outlander sports because of a problem affecting accelerators. if you're thinking about taking a summer vacation, lakd is just two weeks from today but as chris clackum shows us,
trying to get out of town. >> reporter: the last two weeks of the summer vacation season are upon us. it will culminate in a long labor day holiday weekend where record travel might occur because of travel bargains. >> affordable airfare and a strong hotel market really are making it advantageous time for travelers to get away. >> reporter: historically low gas prices are still where consumers are saving the most, but that's not the only way to save. >> we're seeing flight prices lower than we've seen the past couple seasons. >> reporter: airline tickets might be cheaper too, but don't plan on using frequent flier miles. labor day weekend is another blackout period. although cnbc's kelly grant says you still better be using them somehow and soon. >> you might never use those points at all. just because they will expire in a lot of cases if you are not actively participating in
airlines are now frequently changing terms, for earning and redeeming miles. >> because they have changed everything around and suddenly you need to amass even more to get there. >> reporter: so for labor day flying this year, resolve to earn instead of burn reward miles. it might be cheaper anyway. chris clackum, nbc news. some news good if you're coming home to bwi marshall airport. you can now use an app to make getting through customs a little easier. it's called mobile passport. it lets you fill out your customs forms on your phone. 18 airports including bwi marshall and dulles use the app. and right now we're watching a typhoon causing big problems in tokyo. i want to show you some of the damage that we have coming in to show you from our newsroom. there you go there. this is all from typhoon
a lot of damage caused by the heavy winds and rain associated with the typhoon. we're hearing of possible landslides that could happen there. several people hurt. you see some lady there trying to walk down the street but so windy there, there you go, an umbrella. at least there isn't a lot of rain in the forecast in the days to come and that's good news. however, hundreds of flights in and out of tokyo had to be cancelled because of the typhoon and some of the air traffic controllers up in the tower had to get out because of all of the wind. back to you, we'll keep you posted. it's time to check the forecast and i cannot wait to get outsides. >> lauryn ricketts, you're the woman today. >> finally, finally we're stepping up into that game because it's been so hot and humid. >> it really has been. >> i don't want the summer to end, i really don't. >> i don't either. >> once you get to the end of august, it's like wah, wah. >> but at least there's really nice weather out there as it accompanies us to the end of st
for us. this week it's just going to be absolutely perfect. sunny and cool our average temperature for this time of year is in the mid-80s and i do believe we'll make it into the mid-80s today but a lot of areas will stay in the lower 80s. tomorrow morning another great morning out there. we're going to have plenty of sunshine and, again, low humidity. there's the kicker. all right, current temperature 79, that is it here in d.c. 77 in dulles. we've got one low 80 in fauquier county but otherwise not looking too bad. we're on our way into the lower and mid-80s today. we'll keep that humidity in check and also keep a little bit of a breeze out there anywhere from 8 to 16 miles an hour. now, the bus stop, kids are headed back to work. we're at the end of august. not back to work, back to school. plenty of sunshine and mid-80s. it's going to be great for them to come on home. if they want to get outside a little bit, it's going to be
again, that's what high pressure will do, taking out all the clouds and any chances of rain. for the next 12 hours you're looking at sunny conditions. again, the low to mid-80s. overnight temperatures will be in the 50s and 60s really depending on where you are and then we're back in the low 80s for tomorrow. plenty of plenty of sunshine and low humidity. in fact we'll keep those temperatures at or just below average today. they'll gradually move up this week but we'l keep that humidity level at that comfy level. and then we get to about friday and you'll start to feel that humidity a little bit more. for the next five days, again, by wednesday, mid to upper 80s. we're already at that 90-degree mark on thursday and friday. the next chance of rain is friday but i've got some surprises for the weekend. that's coming up in just a few minutes. guys. >> all right, thank you. well, we may have said an official good-bye to the rio games. >> i didn't wanting to. >> i know. this is the beginning for some marylandle
outside of this clinton 7-eleven. inside a spoke to some of the clerks who are working today and there is an obvious sadness in their eyes as they mourn the loss of one of their colleagues. police are searching for the man responsible for what they say were two back-to-back violent crimes. we watched james pinckney study the wanted poster as he walked into his go-to 7-eleven. when he walked out, his face said it all. >> when you walked out, you and i connected eyes and you said this has got to stop. >> it doesn't make sense. go get a job. i mean there's no amount of money in there, no amount of merchandise that you can trade off for that man's life. >> it's just unbelievable. >> reporter: ricky stevens broke into tears as we told him the name of the man that was killed, a clerk he knew well. >> very, very nice, always loved the fact that i would ask how
saturday morning, police say this man walked into the 7-eleven off of brandy wine road and tried to rob it. he opened fire, killing the 31-year-old clerk. from the 7-eleven police believe the same suspect went about five minutes down the road where he robbed a nearby hotel. two violent crimes in just a few minutes' time. the surveillance images not showing a face, but police hope you may recognize the distinctive clothes or backpack. >> just unacceptable for someone to lose their life at the 7-eleven trying to make a living for their family. >> and the sign on the door reading a $25,000 reward for anyone who has information for either of these crimes. they hope you can help solve the crime as well. i'm david culver, news4. breaking news right now at the live desk. speedo is dropping ryan lochte. i'll read part of the statement from speedo. while we have enjoyed a winnin
relationship with ryan for over a decade and he has been an important member of the speedo team, we cannot condone behavior that is counter to the values this brand has long stood for. we appreciate his many achievements and hope he moves forward and learns from this experience. speedo says it will donate $50,000 from lochte's sponsorship fee to save the children. so that's the breaking news coming into us from speedo this morning saying that they will drop their sponsorship of olympic swimmer ryan lochte. this coming, of course, after all of the drama involving lochte and his overexaggerating, as he put it, of the gas station incident that he first called an armed robbery. melissa, back to you. well, it's the first day of school for thousands of students in d.c. and frederick county, maryland. that means a fresh start for both kids and parents. >> plus it's an exciting day for everyone involved. one of the keys to staying on track all year long is being prepared.
family about what they're doing to plan for the whole year ahead. >> these are fat bpencils. >> reporter: school is brand new for william, who is just 5 and super excited about his spidey backpa backpack. >> she is prepping her supplies for fifth grade. >> i'm so happy because i get to see all my friends and the teacher that i missed. and getting to go to the sixth grade, which is middle school. >> reporter: with supplies all around her, her big sister is ready to start high school after finishing up summer bridge classes. >> they say it will be harder without the school year, but it's just to get us like introduced to it. >> reporter: their mom admits all three are handling back-to-school stress better than she is. >> every day is
nervous. >> you want to make sure that you're well rested, level headed and that you appear to be very, very calm the first day so when you're sending them off, it's with a smile on your face. >> reporter: anxiety can affect performance in the classroom so experts say talk to your kids a lot and even their teachers about how things are going and treat back to school like a marathon, not a sprint. >> how are you and your kids feeling about the end of summer? we want to see those first day of school photos. tweet or instagram pictures to nbc washington use #firstdayface. athletes with connections to maryland dominated at the olympics this year. on sunday woodbine native kyle schneider added to the tally. he became the youngest wrestling champion in u.s. history when he won the gold. his high school tweeted a photo of him with his
snyder says his gold edle medal bit heavier than he expected. >> it's actually 1.1 pounds so it's pretty heavy on my neck. but i'm going to keep it there for a little while until i put it in its box. but it's pretty special. >> who can blame him? i'd keep it on forever. snyder went 179-0 in matches and skipped his senior year to move to colorado and train at the olympic facility. the u.s. had 121 medals, including 14 golds. >>. president obama tweeted that he couldn't be prouder of team usa. your determination and passion inspired so many of us. you carried that flag high tonight, simone biles. and news4 has you covered, log on to the nbc washington app to take another
we're following several new reports about the health of a former major league baseball player. gooden pitched with the new york mets in the 1980s and has struggled with a cocaine addiction for several years. his former teammate, darryl strawberry, said over the weekend that gooden is in horrible condition and that he wants to help him. montgomery county police want your help right now to find this missing man. take a look. they say he disappeared from the colesville area last night. he was last seen getting on a bus near his home on sherwood forest drive. he is 79 years old. prince george's county police say a teenager is missing right now. 13-year-old destiny sidibe was last
seen her. friends and family are remembering a teenager with an up-an-coming career in music. douglas brooks was 18 years old. he was a rapper. friends and colleagues say he always greeted his fans and took pictures with them after he performed. he also cared about reaching out to the community. >> he took his star and he used it in a positive way to say, hey, kids, i'm from where you are but i'm still doing it. >> he performed at the birthday bash and that is the video you're looking at here. he was shot and killed in suitland. smoothies are a real summer treat but they have caused a major
deadly apartment explosion are starting to move on. the shelter housing closed on sunday but not before everyone was giving housing options. they can move into another apartment owned by the management company of the flower branch apartment complex. another option, they can stay in a hotel or affordable housing managed by montgomery county. only 20 people remained in the shelter as of saturday night. repairs are expected to be completed nearly a week after this transformer explosion in downtown washington. lanes of l street between 18th and 19th were reopened this morning for the first time since last monday's fire. an underground transformer exploded and knocked out power to more than 100 customers. the cause of that fire is still under investigation. the tropical smoothie cafe chain in virginia is linked to a number of hepatitis a cases. the state health department said ten people came down with hepatitis a after eating smoothies with strawberries in them. the chain says they have stopped using those strawberries, which
the health department says customers who have smoothies from august 5th to 8th could still benefit from a vaccine to prevent the disease. the olympic games in rio are officially over. there were a lot of concerns over the first games ever to be held in south america but now brazil was a winning choice. brian mooar has a recap from rio. >> reporter: rio brought us awe-inspiring feats of athleticism and real-life displays of the olympic spirit. michael phelps earned his place as arguably or not the greatest olympian ever. katie ledecky and simone manuel made american proud while ryan lochte and three other swimmers landed in trouble for a false robbery report. simone biles suffered one slip but won four golds and lifted her team to glory. americans were strong on the track. >> it's going to be the u.s.! >> reporter: there were olympian upsets, women knocked out of soccer, venus and serena
tennis. kerri walsh jennings and april ross settling for bronze. but brazil was the big winner giving the world an olympics to remember. brian mooar, nbc news, rio. >> and brazil officially passed the torch on to japan last night. the 2020 summer games will be held in tokyo, but you don't have to wait four years to get your olympic fix. south korea will host the winter games in 2018. it should be very exciting, so we go from swimming and gymnastics to skiing. >> do you like summer or winter better? >> i prefer summer. >> you do? >> i don't like being cold. the thought of being outside in the snow. >> luge? luge, i could get into a little luge, but that's about it. >> what's the other one i'm thinking about, bobsledding? >> you know, where they use the brushes. >> the icing where they get out of the y.
curling! >> curling. oh, curling. >> you knew what i was talking about. >> no, i was thinking like luge, something like that. okay, all right. well, it's not going to be cold enough to do that any time soon, although this morning, whoo it was a little chilly out there but a refreshing shock to the system. it's beautiful out there right now. this is our live city camera. oh, gorgeous, thanks to high pressure in charge. current temperatures right now in the mid to upper 70s. we've got some 80s out there. f fredericksburg at the 80-degree mark. for the next several hours, low to mid-80s, looking good with plenty of sunshine out there. and again, that sunshine is not going anywhere, maybe a few clouds here and there but we're going to be dry, nothing showing up on the radar at this point. and even if we widen this out, thanks to this high pressure over the ohio valley, look at that, just carved out a nice area of sunshine all the way
midwest. so looking good here in our area. so outdoor activityfor today, get outside. go outside and do some working out. after school have those kids outside. dinner outside, absolutely, because it's just going to be beautiful and tomorrow is just as gorgeous. low to mid-80s, low humidity and plenty of sunshine out there. here is a look at your planner tomorrow. we'll start in the 50s and 60s, depending on where your location is, but it's just going to be gorgeous. we will warm up as the week goes on. right around 90 on thursday and friday. next chance of rain is going to be on friday. small chance, 30% chance with a frontal system coming through. humidity drops off on saturday. but again, the weekend right now looks fantastic. >> all right, thanks. we have a treat for you, we'll be joined by the masters of a culinary delight at burton's grill and bar in virginia. an exclusive sneak peek of what inu're look
a new restaurant is opening in northern virginia which is going to please the pickiest diner. dylan coolidge is the director of culinary innovation for burton's grill. thanks for being here. you're going to tell us more about this grand opening in sterling. >> we are opening our second restaurant in northern virginia. it's going to be opening this afternoon at 4:00 p.m. we'll be open for dinner tonight and tomorrow and lunch
>> now, your title is director of culinary innovation. that's pretty fancy. >> yeah. it's a dream come true. all i get to do now is i create dishes. anything that inspires me or motivates me. we try it out on live guests and what sticks with, we play with on the regular menu and what doesn't, we move on with. >> i can be your guinea pig today. what are you making for us? >> we're doing a little play on a fall-winter dish, it's candied apples but we're stuffing them with brie, candied bacon, cranberries, pecans and good old-fashioned caramel. >> looks good. so where do we begin. >> first we're going to grab these little mini apples. >> what kind of that? >> it's a little lady macin tosh apple. we just put a simple pocket in here. we have some of the precut, premixed stuff. stuff it first with the brie. >> first the cheese th
and then the walnut stuff? >> pecans and bacon. >> and that's what this is? >> yeah. all chopped up. >> and the caramel, cranberry and the becpecans all in here a you shove this in here with the brie. is that good? >> that's very good. do the same thing again. >> you keep going and i'll stuff this one. we're just going to top this off. then when we get these all full, we take a little caramel and pop it right on top. this just goes into the oven for 20 minutes at 300 degrees until the caramel uses ov-- oozes ove the side. underneath we put a little balsalmic glaze. >> i feel like people are very particular about what they want to eat. how do you meet these dema
people who want specific things on the menu? >> we try to make everything to order. those we don't make to order, we try to have escape routes that we can go. this doesn't have garlic in the beginning, this doesn't have wine in the beginning. we can always make a risotto the way we conceived it but if you want it without wine or without cheese or without butter, we put all that into order. so we want to conceive the dish but we can always take things out. >> so give us an example of what else you have on the menu. i know you brought some lovely items here. >> these are all off of our chef's tasting menu. we have bacon cured bones. baby back ribs cured like bacon. my wife is from colombia, bowinga tau so this comes from the streets of bogota. it's grilled corn rolled with a little feta and bacon and parmesan. this is our pig and peach crustini. so goat cheese and a
jam and bacon and fresh local peaches. >> and then you have a couple of -- >> this is our signature key lime pie that we serve at the restaurant. >> and the last two dips. >> this is our gluten-free spinach and mushroom lasagna and this is a red beat hummus that we serve at the restaurant. >> dylan coolidge, the director of culinary innovation at burton's restaurant. opens today at 4:00 p.m. thanks so much. we'll be right back, stay with us.
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welcome back. kobe bryant is venturing into the corporate world and wall street is hoping bounce back from a mixed week. landon dowdy has a look at the day ahead in business news. >> wall street will try to start the week off on a positive note after a mixed end to last week. the dow finishing slightly lower with the dow notching gains for the eighth week in a row. that's the first time it's done it in more than six years. you want to look for info on home sales, durable goods and gdp. investors will be paying attention to a big speech by janet yellen on friday. the nasdaq slipped one point to 5238. meanwhile kobe bryant is back in business but this time it is off the court. the nba superstar who retired after this past season is launching a $100 million venture capital fund to invest in tech and media and data companies.
legal services firm legal zoom. and sony reportedly plans to roll out a new playstation 4 model along with a high-end version next month. they are hoping to attract both hard-core fans and casual users. sony earns revenue from subscriptions and game downloads. i'm landon dowdy. >> thank you, landon. something made a lot of us say ahhh. >> we are gushing, we really were. >> in the newsroom this morning. it was the "today" show's brand new dog. >> did you see? take a look. >> oh! hi! >> there you go. >> how adorable? they're so lucky. that's "today's" new puppy with a purpose. look at that face. >> he's
organization that trains dogs to support veterans and first responders. they have really helped so many veterans, especially wounded warriors who have come back and need that extra support. guess what, this little baby puppy does not have a name. just like the last puppy with a purpose, wrangler, you'll be able to vote for your favorite puppy name on today.com. >> so here are the choices. sarge, charlie and ace. i think saurrge. i kind of like sarge. so they're going to teach him how to heel and come and stay and then he'll be given to somebody in need. >> can you just picture your little baby girl with this puppy and it would be cuteness overload. >> she could be a cow girl for halloween and sarge is the dog and right him around. >> let's get one last check of the forecast with lauryn ricketts. >> great time to go out and walk the dogs. probably you didn't, nor did the dogs want to go out and get in this heat, but
nice, extended walk definitely in the future for some pooches out there. 81 right now is that temperature we're taking it up to. a little bit of a breeze out there as well, but we've got the low humidities and we can keep it going. in fact we're going to keep it going through much of this week. low humidity on tuesday and wednesday. thursday you'll start to feel it creep back in a little bit. we'll be right around 90 on thursday, so of course it will feel obviously a little bit warmer. and then we're in the low to mid-90s on friday, and you will feel that humidity on friday as high pressure slips off the coast. then we have a frontal system coming through so there's a small chance of showers and thunderstorms on friday, a little humidity saturday morning, dropping by the weekend. looking good for this weekend, guys. >> isn't this so nice? >> i love it. >> and that does it for news4 midday. thank you for joining us today. we're back on the air this afternoon first at 4:00. >> you can get news updates any time with the nbc washino
♪ stand by, everyone. we are live in five, four, three, two, one. there she is there, golden girl, simone biles. representing the usa one last time at closing ceremonies. i love how small she is. >> that's a nine foot flag. she's 4'8". more than double. >> welcome back to "access hollywood" live. we are back in hollywood. it feels good to be back. >> simone enjoying the moment. did you see the selfies, all the selfies enjoying her moment