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>> we'll be back at 11:00 a.m. for our midday newscast. we'll see you then. good morning. terrifying near miss. two passenger planes come within 200 feet of each other over new york city. this morning, the nervous moments in the cockpit and >> traffic, 12:00. >> and the new concerns being what's behind the big losses and should investors brace for even more volatility? and paula deen under fire after revealing in sworn testimony she used racial slurs. she was scheduled to do an interview with us this morning live in our studio but we just found out she is a no show friday is here to go out and
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from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. and good morning. welcome to "today" on a friday morning. i'm matt lauer. >> good morning. i'm savannah guthrie along side al roker and tamryn hall. it's kind of an unusual morning around here. >> it is. we arranged to do an interview with paula deen. the discussions were going on throughout the day yesterday. i spoke to her late afternoon on the phone yesterday and we talked about the fact it would be an open and candid discussion. no holds barred. all questions within the bounds of what we would talk about and she flew to new york. arrived here last night and we started to hear she was exhausted and this morning, although we have not spoken to her, she has not called us, her publicity people have told us she is exhausted and will not be
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showing up, so that's where we stand right now. >> this is in the wake of course of some revelations that she used racial colors in the past, and she agreed to come on and agreed to talk about that but we will not be seeing paula deen this morning. >> apparently not. meantime, the dangerously close call is a focus of an investigation by the federal aviation administration. >> how did two planes loaded with passengers get so close to each other. think about it. 200 feet is about the distance of two basketball courts. it's like from the corner of our studio here just across the street there. it's incredibly close for two planes traveling at a great deal of speed. >> let's get to tom costello. he covers aviation for us. tom, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. this happened in the busiest air space. they were at different altitudes but came as close as.4 of a mile horizontal and 200 feet vertical. they were headed in different directions but came very close to each other.
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>> a close call in the skies over new york city as a delta boeing 747 clear to land at kennedy airport missed an approach and for a short time ended up flying in the same direction as a shuttle american 170 regional jet leaving the runway. the planes came within 200 feet of each other in the air before both landing safely. in an audio transmission from the control tower, you can hear air traffic controllers warning one of the pilots. >> 172 heavy, are you turning? >> yes, sir, we're almost at 040 now. >> delta, 172, traffic 12:00. 1400 feet, 1600 feet. >> okay we got him on the fish finder here. >> incident took place last week. it's not clear why the delta pilot made the decision not to land at kennedy, but a standard procedure called a missed approach is regulated by specific procedures for pilots and controllers. the faa is releasing a statement saying the two aircraft were turning away from each other at
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the point where they lost the required separation. >> reporter: delta airlines is cooperating with the investigation, and sprieparatel- this is big news for anybody that flies. the faa tells nbc news this morning that it's likely to relax some of the ban on using personal electronic devices at low altitudes. currently the faa requires passengers to keep their electronic devices shut off below 10,000 feet and an advisory panel is looking into whether it's time to revise that rule and allow people to use their electronic devices. the panel has until september to do it's work but we're told the faa will likely go along for allowing e-readers but probably not cell phones. at least not yet. guys, back to you. tom costello. thank you very much. a lot of nervous investors are keeping a close eye on wall street this morning. an eighth straight day of triple digit activity. the dow, s&p, nasdaq all down 2%.
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jim cramer is host of "mad money." good to see you. biggest two-day percentage drop since november of 2011. thursday's losses knocked out all the gains for may and june. you look calm as a cucumber. why? >> you tend to have this level of volatility when those turn. it's nothing worth panicking over. those that are selling aggressively are going to regret it. >> it's frustrating because there seems to be a disconnect. ben bernanke speaks out on wednesday and says the fed is go ease up on buying bonds. the reason is because the economy is getting strong enough to stand on it's own. if the economy is better, why would the market tank like this? >> people don't ever want to think, you know what, i can do better in bonds than stocks. a lot of people are hiding in stocks. good dividends, good yield. the bond market is safer so they're selling stocks to buy bonds and people who are in
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bonds are freaking out too because they think the fed is no longer going to support them. there's uncertainly everywhere. >> the bigger picture here, it's about interest rates. historically low for a long time and now interest rates are going to go up. do you think right now, if your opinion, is the economy strong enough right now to with stand the concept of money getting more expensive. >> yes. yes, it is. doesn't seem like it because we don't have the employment growth we want but at the same time we have a lot of industries doing really strong. i wish our foreign trading partners -- i wish china was doing better, and europe was doing better. we're the strongest country in the world right now. >> president obama gave an interview recently and talked about looking for a successor for ben bernanke that could step down. do you think that's helping with the volatility? >> certainly. we're kind of shocked. almost like he got pushed off the door. it was an interview nobody expected. we didn't need it right now. >> and when you look at volatility, 8 straight days of swings of triple digits in
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either direction, do you expect that to continue for a while? >> get used to it. it's going to stay that way, maybe worse. if you can't handle that volatility, you're only down 5%, take some off the table. >> he's going to have more tonight on "mad money" on cnbc. now what could be a significant breakthrough in a bitter fight on capitol hill. immigration reform is the focus again today as lawmakers inch toward a possible agreement in the senate. nbc's capitol hill correspondent, heldy o'donnell, has more for us. >> reporter: good morning. they worked late into the night write a new version of immigration reform with more border security. democrats want to get something passed with a dozen or more republicans, and that's the hard part. always a hot political issue, but now, immigration is pitting republican versus republican. one fight is over when and how undocumented immigrants, already
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here, could gain legal status and eventual citizenship. >> it's an immediate amnesty and legalization and this attempt of enforcement after that. we need to fundamentally reverse that order. >> the facts are that 11 million people live in the shadows, and they live here and date back in amnesty, and by god they are being exploited every single day. >> another fight is over border security. a new senate proposal intended to win over more republican votes would build more border fence and deploy another 20,000 border agents. >> if you hire the border patrol agents and put them on a border they're not going to read a comic book. they're going to do their job. you don't need to prove to me they're going to do their job. you just need to get them on the border so they can do their job. >> people tell me they don't trust the federal government when it comes to securing our boarders. and why would they?
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>> reporter: there is more work to do. backers of the plan say they will also tighten restraints on visas and electronics. all of this will be voted on next week. thank you. in brazil, massive protests against the government turned deadly. more than 1 million people took to the streets thursday and again overnight in demonstrations throughout the country. nbc's miguel almaguer was in the think of it in rio de janeiro. >> reporter: the protests turned violent. tear gas is being lobed into the air. protestors are running from corner to corner. >> one person was killed when a car hit a crowd of protestors. today president obama holds his first meeting with privacy and civil liberty's advocates following recent revelations about the government secret surveillance programs.
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meantime, a government official says there may have been problems with nsa leakers edward snowden's background check. the company that did the background check is now under investigation. fans of the miami heat are celebrating to say the least. the team's second straight nba title last night. the heat win 95-88 to win game 7 and the championship. and of course king james, lebron james, 37 points and was named mvp. and they do not teach you this at any police academy. take a look when a rookie texas officer was writing a speeding ticket this week and asked the driver to sign it, a monkey jumps out and attacks the officer's hand. apparently the monkey normally poses for pictures at car nulls, but they need to rethink that. look at that. >> that's not good. >> and the officer took it in stride, guys. it is now 7:10. jim cramer has mad money, that's mad monkey. >> i think the monkey was trying to sign the ticket. >> it looks like don't try this
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again. >> did you not leave something out of the news that's quite important? >> big story. >> big, it's huge. >> the biggest. >> what did i miss -- >> kim and kanye's baby now is now reveal. >> oh, i was waiting for it. >> the baby's name is north. >> north west is the full name. >> the child's name is north west. >> the middle name is binorth. >> they could have kept the k thing going. the k being silent of course. >> that would have made more sense. >> didn't kim go on "the tonight show" and say it was absolutely -- >> we have that? we have the tape of it. >> there was a rumor, now this is one of -- >> there's so many rumors. >> one was that kanye wanted to name the baby north so he would be north west. >> that's not true. that's not one of the names on our list. >> well, maybe she didn't check with kanye about that.
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>> or maybe it's not true. maybe it isn't north. >> he told the audience she was pregnant before she was able to tell. so maybe he had the name picked out before he told her. >> we will see. >> oh wait you didn't tell us. >> mr. roker. all right. let's show you what's been going on. we have wild weather to show you. fortunately not in this country but in europe. take a look at this. this is in switzerland. a violent storm tearing down tents and pulling down power lines. this is crazy stuff. they've had winter-like weather and massive flooding throughout parts of spain. now let's go north of the border into calgary and look at this, watch this -- a house -- boom, into a bridge. this is crazy flooding that's going on in canada. thousands and thousands of people will be affected by this. now, we have also got severe weather to talk about in this country. we've got low pressure breaking it's way up into the plain states. high pressure blocking it so it's going to ride up and over that ridge.
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you can see the strong storms. we have severe weather today from rapid city on into madison, wisconsin and it stay there is for tomorrow and on into sunday. the threat of isolated tornadoes, hail and super cells, and rainfall is crazy. we're talking about anywhere from 3 to 5 inches of rain over the next 72 hours, from aberdeen into northern wisconsin. we'll get to your local forecast in just 30 seconds. our local fot in just 30 seconds. would you mind if i go ahead of you? instead we had someone go ahead of him and win fifty thousand dollars. congratulations you are our one millionth customer. nobody likes to miss out. that's why ally treats all their customers the same. whether you're the first or the millionth. if your bank doesn't think you're special anymore, you need an ally. ally bank. your money needs an ally.
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7:13 now. you made to it friday. it is the first day of summertime. we're actually getting a beautiful picture here. no june gloom to show you. this is from oakland looking towards san francisco. you can actually see for about ten miles or better out there. the visibility is looking good. a little hayes, but we've got good air quality. 84 in livermore. 68 in san francisco. 79 degrees right here in san jose. done forget to check out that super moon saturday night. savannah? thank you. new details are emerging in the homicide investigation involving nfl star aaron hernandez. nbc's stephanie is in north attelboro, massachusetts, what's the latest? >> reporter: good morning. investigators are looking closely at the relationship between hernandez and the 27-year-old victim odin lloyd. there's multiple local reports that police have surveillance of the two men from over the weekend. investigators are again
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searching for evidence at the crime scene where 27-year-old odin lloyd's body was discovered. >> we learned that odin lloyd was shot multiple times and that he apparently died where he was found. >> reporter: this time, police swept the industrial park with metal detectors, less than a mile from aaron hernandez's home. >> are you being arrested? >> reporter: the patriot's star tight end has been unable to escape the grilling attention, an online rumor that he was about to be arrested which later proved to be wrong sparked a media chase. most of the players movements during the day were caught on camera. an hour long visit to the patriot's stadium in foxboro. a stop at a gas station where he refused to talk to reporters. >> why won't you tell us what happened? >> reporter: and finally a visit to a boston building where his law firm was located. relatives of the 27-year-old victim are anxious for the police to make an arrest. they believe there's a witness who has not come forward.
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>> i need whoever it is to say something who knows what happened. he knows who it is. he knows who he was with and he needs to speak up. >> reporter: hernandez did meet with his lawyers in downtown boston. they said his car is actually still at the building but he is no longer there and there has been no activity at his home overnight, savannah. i'll take it stephanie, thank you very much. we have more on the tragic death of the the actor, james gandolfini and how he spent his final days. michelle, good morning to you. >> reporter: hi, matt. the autopsy just completed showed he died of a heart attack
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of natural causes, and and spoke to a close friend that new of no drug or alcohol problems in the actor's recent past and seemed to be doing well. he couldn't tell us that gandolfini lead a healthy life style. he died shortly after being dinner with his son. he had spent his last day with his family. at 10:00 p.m. wednesday his 13-year-old son michael called reception saying he had found his dad collapsed in the bathroom. hotel staff say he was still breathing when they went upstairs to help. they performed cpr until paramedics arrived. and they continued to try to save his life on the way to the hospital. there doctors worked for 40 minutes massaging his heart but the man that made tony soprano a household name was pronounced dead on arrival. the victim of an apparent heart attack at age 51. >> the family is naturally totally surprised and grief struck, and this is something that nobody succumbing. >> reporter: and he was set to
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attend an event. >> he may be mostly an important face. now there will be a tribute to the actor on saturday. just as the sopranos ended so suddenly, gandolfini's passing leaves his world of fans wishing for more. we may yet see gandolfini on the big or small screen. justs before his death he finished shooting two movies and an hbo pilot. matt? all right michelle kosinski in rome. thank you very much. now the daring attempt to walk across the grand canyon on a two-inch wire without a net. it will be on sunday night live. we have natalie and willie who will be there witnessing it all. good morning, guys. good morning. we made it here to the edge of the grand canyon right now.
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have to tell you, 12 feet away from us is the actual drop and we are here at this -- i think it's a jaw dropping sight and you see what he is about to do here on sunday night. >> it's physically humbling to walk up to this site. you walk-up and you can't believe he is going to cross this expansion of 1400 feet. about four football fields, no wire, no tether, no net, nothing. just him and a balancing pole. it's a walk and it will take about 22 minutes to get to the other side here. >> we'll be talking with nick coming up in the next half hour live. he is going to join us and he is also going to give us a little demonstration on a balance beam wire. so we're going to actually get to test out how hard it is, what he is doing. >> oh, it's hard. >> we're pretty sure it's pretty tough. >> i don't think we'd have a primetime special if it wasn't kind of hard. >> we believe you. >> all right guys. we'll check back in with you in a few moments. also live to florida where an all female jury will decide the fate of george zimmerman.
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at 7:26. we're following breaking news. we learned a major resource shift is about to get under way at the san jose police department in an attempt to reduce violent crime. among the things residents can expect, an additional 40 gang suppression officers on the streets every week effective immediately. by july that lumber be increase to a number of 64 officers on the streets every week. perhaps the most significant announcement, the san jose police department is about to create a new gang suppression unit focused on known gang areas. the department had a similar unit before but had to cut it as budget issues forced staff reductions over the past few years. berkeley's famous restaurant chez panisse will open its doors today almost four months after it caught fire.
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today's reopening is a summer solstice celebration, half party and half fund-raiser for the edible school yard project which teaches kids about food and healthy living. the invitation only event costs from $1,000 to $2,500 per person. it's the first day of summer. nice day to get outside. meteorologist christina loren, what a shot behind you. >> beautiful start to the day, marla. good morning to you and those of you at home. live look in san jose facing campbell, proud to call campbell home. lots of sunshine beating down over the greater bay area. 84 degrees, a warmer day for livermore, 86 in concord and 68 degrees on the way to san francisco. now sunday we've got rain on the way. if you want to check out the super moon headed our way this weekend, you'll get better viewing on saturday night and lit be spectacular. 78 degrees by sunday. rain on the way late sunday, monday and tuesday. mike, over to you.
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>> looking toward oakland where the volume of traffic is really nice for 880. it's friday light, but actually friday late. we still have#ñ a commute, it jt builds later. here there farther south we'll show you what built up. starting to clear the sig alert south at 880 and 92. all lanes have cleared over the last ten minutes. southbound slow from 238 to san mateo bridge. northbound slow out of union city. the rest of your south bay commute fine. looks pretty good there. we'll be back with our next local news update at 7:56. we'll see you then. crystal geyser is always
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7:30 now on this friday morning, june 21st, 2013. it's the first day of summer and we have one of the hottest singers in country music on our plaza. hunter hayes is here ready to perform live out on the plaza and we're inside studio 1-a. i'm savannah guthrie. >> by the way, hunter is not the only talented singer with us this morning. 16-year-old danielle bradbery. you may know her as the newly crowned winner of the voice is standing by in our green room and we'll chat with her in a little while. >> very nice and back to natalie and willie at the grand cannon. what is nick worried about most as he gets set to try and cross. >> gravity is high on the list.
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>> he is worried about the economic situation. >> anyway, we're going to join them live and get a demonstration on what nick will face and he'll tell us what his worries are. >> also we want to tell you we planned to have an exclusive live interview with paula deen this morning. she in a difficult situation over her admission and sworn testimony she used racial slurs in the past. it's part of a pending lawsuit. we spoke several times with her people yesterday and then i spoke with paula yesterday afternoon. we arranged an interview this morning. we agreed there would be no restrictions to that interview only that it would be an open and candid exchange. she told me at one point savannah i don't know how to be anything but honest. she got on a plane and arrived in new york city last night and then we started to hear from her people that she is exhausted. >> so someone has been in touch with her this morning. >> we have not. she has not called us at all this morning. her publicity person and i spoke a little while ago, simply said they believe she is in the hotel but she has not confirmed
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anything other than she is not here. >> she has been on this show so many times. she's a friend of this show and consider her a friend and hope she would reconsider because she needs to address this. >> no question about it. >> this half hour, new developments at the murder trial of george zimmerman. opening statements scheduled to begin on monday now that an all female jury is chosen to decide his fate. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning savannah. this six member jury is all women. the prosecutor says five of those women are white and the prosecutor says the other juror is either hispanic or black. now the jurors names are concealed because this is an anonymous jury but they have revealed something about themselves already in court. >> and is this jury panel accessible to you, sir. >> yes, your honor. >> reporter: george zimmerman's fate will rest in the hand of six jurors.
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he admits as he told police after the shooting that he shot and killed 17-year-old trayvon martin but zimmerman entered a not guilty plea arguing self-defense saying martin attacked him before zimmerman fired the fatal shot. during the jury selection the jurors said details about themselves. b-76 lived in central florida since 1975. a mother of two adult children. her passion is rescuing animals. jury b-37 also has two adult children. has been called four other times to sit on other jurors. never chosen until now. juror b-51 moved here nine years ago from atlanta. never been married. she is the only juror who is not a mother. juror e-6 is a married mother of two with an 11 and 13-year-old and active member of her church. juror e-40 is a mother of an adult child. she moved to central florida 7
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months ago. and juror b-29, a mother of 8, she moved her recently from chicago. unlike the other women jurors who are white, juror b-29 is either hispanic or black. trayvon martin's family says they have faith in a fair justice system. >> the concept of equal justice under the law isn't a black value, it's not a white value, it's an american value. defense attorney mark o mara. >> one thing i'm certain about with juries is i'll never be able to tell what they are thinking. >> opening statements are scheduled for monday morning. that's when jurors will report back here to the courthouse and they won't be going home. they'll be sequestered until there's a verdict or the judge declares a mistrial. that could be longer than a month. all right. thank you. lisa bloom is today's legal analyst. good morning to you. >> good morning.
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>> we see there's an all female jury selected. that's not something we see every day in courtrooms. >> obviously a highly intelligent juror, right? it is unusual. we also have a female judge in this case. a lot of social media activity about this topic but when you look at the research, women and men try cases the same way. women have more sympathy for victims. but the question is who is the victim. >> let's talk about the racial make up of the jury. five of the six jurors are white. will that make a difference? do you think there's a racial element to this case? >> in a case that's become a racial flashpoint for some people i'd like to see more minority representation. both side as kuzccused of strik for racial reasons. >> there would be nice to have more diversity in the jury so the community will accept whatever verdict is reached here? >> i think so but given this trial is televised people can watch for themselves and make
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their own determination. >> we'll get a key ruling on a piece of evidence. prosecutors are trying to get in expert testimony about a 911 call in which screams can be heard. they want to have voice recognition experts say that voice belongs to trayvon martin. how important is this. >> it could be the most important evidence. one of these two men is screaming in the final moment before the shots ring out. if that's trayvon martin begging for his life it completely undercuts george zimmerman's story that he was being threatened and had to shoot to save his life. zimmerman says it was him screaming for help. whether or not this scientific testimony comes in the call gets played. >> and we may have trayvon martin's mother saying that's trayvon's voice on that tape. >> interesting trial to watch. thank you so much. now outside for a check of the weather with al. >> thank you savannah. i have to tell you, this hunter hayes attracts a lot of young ladies here. we have all of these young folks
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hanging out. the young people have all come for hunter hayes but in the meantime a perfect day. let's show you what we've got as far as your weather is concerned today. the heat is on. there's your first look into the plains. temperatures of anywhere from 10 to 15 degrees above normal today. tomorrow as we make our way to the east, you can see that those temperatures, 80s and 90s up into the midwest and the upper plains and as we move on into sunday, stretching all the way from the great lakes back into 7:37. you made to it friday. it is officially summertime in the bay area. good morning. i'm meteorologist christina loren. this is sunol, not a cloud in the sky here. very little cloud cover hugging the immediate coastline. no flight delays out of sfo, san jose or oakland for your getaway friday. i don't know why you'd want to get away. temperatures will be very nice.
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84 in livermore, 87 in fairfield. if you're sticking around town, hot saturday, sunday we tumble and bring in some rain late. well, in about 30 minutes hunter hayes, but right now, my people. my people, my people. matt and savannah. al, thank you. coming up, how is nick feeling this morning as he prepares for his verifying tight rope walk across the grand canyon. 1500 feet in the air, no net. we'll ask him. and a sharing feature from one of the most popular acts in the world? how does it stack up? we'll try it out. first these messages. [ alarm clock ringing ] [ female announcer ] if you have rheumatoid arthritis,
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attempting to become the first man to cross over the canyon on nothing more than a two inch thick steel wire. >> reporter: it's an awe inspiring sight millions of years in the making. it's equal parts treasure and mystery. and now the setting to one of the most dangerous stunts of all time. >> the most challenging walk i've ever done. i don't want to talk about death. i try not to let my mind ever go to those places. >> on sunday, 34-year-old nik wallenda, one of the world's most famous daredevils will attempt to be the first to cross over the grand canyon on a wire 1500 feet above ground. about as high as the empire state building. the length, 1400 feet across, the distance of four football fields. all on a wire just two inches
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thick. there will be no safety harness. there will be no net. failure most likely fatal. >> it's extremely important that i make it to the other side. what's at stake, clearly my life is on the line but it's about fulfilling a dream and that's what is at stake. >> nick comes from a long line of dreamers. >> the most celebrated name in show business. the flying wallendas. >> reporter: he is 7th generation of a family famed for defying gravity. always without a net. nick's great grandfather carl died on the high wire in puerto rico. when he stumbled there was nothing to catch his fall. and nick will walk across the canyon in his family's tradition. >> that cable and below that cable is nothing but 1500 feet down to the colorado river but
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that's important to me to do it way our family has always done it. >> every dare he's accomplished, every record he has broken has been a test for this very moment. >> the truth is it's life or death and when i make it to that other side, we all know that it's life. >> and living this life is the wallenda way. >> my great grandfather said it best. he said life is on the wire and everything else is just waiting. >> and look who just pulled up. the man himself, nik wallenda. we're standing here and i'm just like in awe of this view and this site and thinking about what it means for you to get here after so many years preparing for this. >> it's extremely exciting. this is the first time i've been on site since -- it's just a rope but not a cable but i can visually what it will be like. >> you insisted there would be no tether. why is it better for you not to have one? that's what you argued.
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>> the biggest reason is because i've never worn one before other than the niagara falls walk. it's something very uncomfortable for me. it's like telling you to get in the car and drive on the other side of the road today. what are the biggest concerns here, beyond the obvious, what you're crossing. >> you know, i trained very hard in my hometown. i trained during tropical storm andrea in a torrential downpour. i trained with my wind machine, 91 miles per hour winds on the wire but it is the winds and a lot is the mental preparation and my heart is beating with excitement because this is a dream becoming reality. >> do you get nervous at all. >> there will be nerves before the walk but some of the greatest entertainers in the world get nervous before they go on stage and this is just a very unique stage. >> there's some things you couldn't prepare for, there's up drafts that come up from the bottom of the canyon. essentially hot air rushing out
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of the canyon. that's one thing you couldn't be ready for. >> that's correct. it's hard to prepare for that. we have done our best. we have tried to create up drafts but when it comes down to mother nature we're not in control and that's the only thing that really concerns me. >> and we should point out when you step on this fire this will be the first time and only time you're stepping out on this actual wire. >> there's no dress rehearsal. >> that's it, right? >> it is but extremely exciting. >> no room for error here. >> no room for error. >> we're more nervous than nik is. >> beyond. my stomach is in knots. i don't know how you're going to do it but i'm excited to be here and witness this. good luck. >> we'll talk to you throughout the morning. >> sounds great. >> guys, back to you. >> willie and natalie, thanks. thank you very much as well. >> my stomach is in knots just thinking about it. >> just ahead, the phenomenal 16-year-old who won it all on the voice. we'll catch up with danielle
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it is 7:56 now. good morning. i'm marla tellez. police in three peninsula cities right now are on the hunt this morning looking for the same man. take a look. police say this man, 20-year-old melvin bellard is responsible for a string of burglaries that started back in april. bellard allegedly broke into three homes in belmont in a matter of minutes. later police say he broke into a home in san mateo. only this time a woman came home and scared him away. hillsborough police spotted him driving through the area and began chasing him. bellard was able to get away but his car was later found in san francisco with about $30,000 worth of stolen goods still inside. investigators say bellard lives in san francisco but has strong ties to the east bay. let's check the first day of summer forecast with meteorologist christina loren. good morning. >> good morning, marla. it is going to be a beautiful start to summer. gorgeous day shaping up. this is, of course, san francisco. you can clearly see the bridge,
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you can actually see the commuters over this bridge. stick around. mike has your traffic update in just a moment. 84 inbcl livermore, 86 in conc and 68; in san francisco. a touch warmer than yesterday. we actually have rain headed our way this week. tonight, the giants are taking on the marlins. you catch that game right here on nbc bay area. 57 degrees. all the action starts at 7:00. all right. let's talk about that rain. sunday into monday, that's where we're expecting our first showers. they will continue into tuesday. keep that umbrella out for now. let's check the drive with mike. >> christina showed you a smooth drive ak courage the golden gate bridge. still moving smoothly. the bay bridge has the backup, shy of the west band avenue over cross. we will show you a very slow spot. this is south 880 heading towards the san mateo bridge. two earlier crashes around 82 both cleared from the roadway. a new one north 880. slowing also north out of union city. slow westbound 24 through central lafayette.
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marla, back to you. thanks mike. we'll be back at 8:26.
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[ music playing ] that was country sensation hunter hayes performing on the voice with the winner of the show, 16-year-old danielle bradbery. a big moment for her and probably him as well. hunter is here today about to put on a concert on our stage in the 8:30 half hour and danielle is here as well to talk about her future. i think you could probably use that old expression for her, the future is so bright she should be wearing shades. >> that's right. meanwhile, it's 8:00 now on a
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friday morning. we're feeling it here. >> i love this guy behind you here. he's a man among young women. a dad that brought his daughter. >> yeah. >> but i like him. >> nice to have you here. matt lauer with savannah guthrie and al roker. >> coming up, more information on the story we brought you early in the week. a little 3-year-old boy that was born deaf hears his father's voice for the first time and the reaction is priceless. we'll learn how this miracle happened. >> and later on we'll hear from one of the young women in the so-called bling ring. you remember this story, a group of teens targeting and robbing hollywood stars. their story is now a new movie. coming up why she said getting caught was probably the best thing that ever happened to her. >> before we get to that we want to get to tamryn at the news desk. good morning again. good morning. the faa is investigating a close call in the skies over new york city last week.
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officials say the pilot of a delta boeing 747 cleared to land at kennedy airport decided not to complete that landing. the plane came within 200 feet of a subtle america regional jet leaving the nearby airport. both aircrafts did land safely. senate republicans and democrats moved towards a possible compromise last night on immigration reform. under the emerging deal, border security is one of the main conditions that would have to be met before millions of undocumented immigrants could be eligible to obtain legal status. firefighters will spend another day battling wild fires out west. several major fires burned dozens of square miles in colorado, arizona, mexico and california. a new study suggests babies exposed to prenatal tobacco smoke maybe at a higher risk for
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hearing loss when older. researchers studied 1,000 adolescents. those exposed to smoke had mild overall hearing loss and higher rates of one sided hearing loss compared to those that were not exposed. a 2-year-old and a truck can certainly be a dangerous combination. police say a georgia toddler was left alone for just a moment in his dad's pick up truck. the kid shifted it into gear and smashed into a house across the street. thankfully, no one was injured but the neighbors got, as you can imagine, quite a surprise when they came home from their shopping trip. david beckham told chinese media today that he sends his love to seven people who were injured thursday during a fan stampede at a university in shanghai. he was supposed to train but apologized for having to cancel the event.
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pretty skir scary there. jennifer lopez tweeted she was a proud little girl from the bronx after she receives a star thursday on the hollywood walk of fame. she was joined by friends and former costars including jane fonda, pit bull. her is the 2,500 star on the block. it is now 8:04, now back to matt and savannah. jenni on the block. >> thank you. coming up on trending in a couple of minutes, some of the early competitor for the title of world's ugliest dog. wait until you see these things. >> we have real contenders. >> should we get the weather. >> thank you savani. >> you're welcome ali. >> hey what's your name. >> byron. >> who's with you? you came for hunter hayes but you got a bonus. >> yeah, i want to tell everyone that i love her and i want to spend the rest of my life with her.
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i'm going to do it here today. will you marry me? brittney, will you marry me? >> wow. congratulations. did you have any idea? none what so ever. that's sweet. how long have you been dating? >> 2 1/2 years. >> she said 3. you're going to spend your life together. that's fantastic. >> where are you from. >> pleasant valley. >> that's very cool. well guys, congratulations. >> thank you. >> you said yes, right? >> what? >> you said yes. >> yeah. >> give him a kiss! congratulations. anyway, let's show you what's going on. it's very sweet. our pick city of the day, norfolk, virginia, sunny, pleasant, a temperature of 80 degrees.
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it's going to be gorgeous there today. we have wet weather up the southeastern atlantic coast. strong storms making it's way through the upper mississippi valley. wet weather in the pacific northwest. we have sunshine to talk about through the northeast into new england. it's going to be gorgeous. 80 in la, 70 in san francisco. showers in seattle. we have 85 in the greatest location in the nation, cleveland, ohio. >> have you called anybody yet. >> who are you going to call first? >> my mom. >> give her a call. show her the ring, yeah. he put a rin absolutely beautiful. 8:06 now. good morning to you. we got a beautiful day shaping up, the first day of summertime, golden gate bridge you can see all the way to the tippy top, both towers visible no june gloom. warm day, warmer than yesterday. 79 san jose, 77 fremont, 68, not
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bad in san francisco. big nascar weekend, saturday and sunday, make surer you have your spf 30-plus with you. then we bring in reign late sunday into monday. that's your latest weather. let's go back to matti and savani. >> my favorite part was this young lady was screaming what. >> say yes, please say yes -- >> he didn't even finish asking. she said yes. >> coming up al, a fierce competition, the world's ugliest dog. we'll take a look at finalists. then she is the voice, 16-year-old danielle bradbery is here. and have you heard, hunter hayes in concert live on our plaza. but first, these messages. after age 40, we can start losing muscle... 8% every 10 years. wow! whoa! but you can help fight muscle loss with exercise and ensure muscle health. i've got revigor. what's revigor? it's the amino acid metabolite hmb. along with protein, ensure helps rebuild muscle and strength
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feature, instagram has 130 million monthly users. it was bought by facebook recently. a deal valued at about $1 billion. now it's moving beyond photos. it lets you take videos and send them out instantly. it can only be 15 seconds long. double the length of al's favorite app, vine. i took my phone to the plaza early this morning. 6:00 in the morning, i'm on the plaza with young ladies who are hunter hayes fans getting ready for the concert at 8:30, question for you, who is cuter? me or hunter hayes? >> i ran out of time. they screamed my name. >> they did. >> hunter. >> see, not everybody can actually have somebody tape their -- >> wow. >> selfie. >> i decided to be brave and let
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everybody see what it's like to get your hair done by our hair and makeup team in the morning. okay. so that was a really quick shot. no make up. takes hours of construction, as you know. >> well, i actually shot mine even before i did my hair and make up at home. here's a glimpse of my frantic morning. >> good morning, this is how i start my morning. i do my make up at home. that's my hair but my real obsession samples. these are all the samples i have gotten from cosmetic stores online, i am a sample hoarder and this is my seat. >> that was like a confessional. >> how many cups of coffee do you drink in the morning. >> it's all natural baby.
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>> not with all that make up. >> so i try to do something a little more cinematic. it was going to be from the time i started shaving to when i got in here and when i went to send it it locked up. >> you only get 15 seconds. >> i know. i did it in chunks. this is what i ended up sending out. >> i had a fantastic video. i shaved, i walked the dog, i came in and got make up and went over to wake up with al and made my way to the studio. i posted it and then it froze. not good. >> oh. >> how many cups did you have of coffee. >> i don't drink coffee. >> go to @today show on twitter and you can check those out. >> trending now, if you ever wanted to save the world from an asteroid, it's your big chance. nasa is asking for the public's help. they're announcing asking called the asteroid's grand challenge. they're asking for public's help in finding asteroids on a
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collision with earth and stop them from hitting us. it's a serious thing when space rocks hit the atmosphere and you do remember in february when the meteor fell over russia it injured more than 1,000 people. the strongest explosion ever recorded. if you have any ideas on how to stop the world from ending, nasa is all ears. >> if i have a choice i'm going to choose the stopping it part as opposed to finding it. >> if you can't stop it, i don't want to know about it. >> i don't know what to do about it. faces only a mother could love. it's time for the famous world's ugliest dog contest. it's today in california. we're getting a sneak peak at some of the top contenders. let's run through them. this is a 20 pound japanese chen mix.
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she is hairless as you can see. this dog is creature, a 14-year-old mexican hairless mix. do you see a theme here? and then according to her bio, her wish is for homemade snacks and world peace. >> i think he takes it. finally trending on msn this weekend, take a look at the sky. if the moon looks bigger than it usually does, you are not crazy. well, that doesn't mean you're not crazy. overnight into saturday and sunday we'll have the extreme super moon. the moon will be the closest to earth it will be all year. experts say the best places in america to see it would be over the desert southwest and south new england unless there's an asteroid in the way. >> our advice to nik wallenda, don't look up. >> or down. >> like the road runner commercial. all right. that's what is trending here on today as you mentioned.
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we have an update on a touching story we brought you on thursday. the remarkable moment captured on camera when a child that was born deaf hears for the first time. here's nbc's kate snow. >> reporter: a child's look at wonder as he hears his father's words for the first time in his life. >> daddy loves you. daddy loves you. daddy loves you. >> yeah, hear. >> can you hear daddy? >> daddy loves you. >> at just 3 years old, grayson clamp is already a survivor braving open heart surgery as a one month old, a loss of vision in his left eye, unable to hear since birth. his adoptive parents tried everything but then they learned about a ground breaking clinical trial. in april he was the first child to have a device surgically implanted into the base of his brain stem.
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all told, countless hours of work leading up to this incredible moment in may when the device was activated. >> when they turned that thing on and it worked. he responded to that sound it was like the weight was lifted off of me. >> reporter: for grayson and his parents nicole and len it's a victory but also just the first step. now able to hear he must begin the process of interrupting and forming words for himself. his parents look forward to the day he'll be able to speak with them and his best friend, younger brother ethan. >> it has opened up a whole new world to him. his brain is still having to get used to this new stimulus. he's never heard sound before, so he's learning what it is, what to do with it. >> while there's a lot for grayson to learn, there's one thing he already knows for certain. >> daddy loves you. >> reporter: for today, kate snow, nbc news, new york.
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well, now to a voice loved by everyone who hears it. danielle bradbery is still riding high this morning following her big win on nbc's "the voice". >> danielle bradbery. team blake. >> and 16-year-old danielle is with us now. good morning to you. congratulations. >> thank you. >> can you believe you're standing on that stage? we understand that before this competition you basically didn't like to sing in front of anybody; is that right. >> yeah. i would be singing in my room with -- i would be singing to the wall basically and sometimes -- i remember at thanksgiving i would have to slide under the table because i didn't want anybody looking at me. i was really shy. but i mean, i got the courage to actually go and do something. >> i know your mom kind of, you know, told you you could do this, but you say you got the courage. you're standing in front of
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thousands in that room and millions at home. that had to be terrifying for you at times. >> it was really scary. at first i didn't -- i didn't know what to expect because i mean, i didn't have any experience at all. but i mean, i just went with it not knowing what was going to happen but it just kept going. >> you just signed with a record label that has taylor swift on it. have you started thinking about what kind of an album you'd like to make? >> i've been thinking about it. i love country but i would want to be more pop country. but yeah, i love that -- i love all generes but i think pop country. >> pop country suits you. you've got the fresh look and you won on blake's birthday. the best birthday present he could get. >> repeat for him by the way. >> is he a good coach. >> yeah, he's awesome. i said i'm going to have a big birthday present for you i promise.
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>> and he said you promise? >> i said yes. >> what year are you in high school? sophomore about to be a junior. >> yeah. >> you haven't had a chance to go back to school yet? >> no, i've been in online schooling. it's for students who travel. it's been easy to carry it around with me. >> excited to see the other kids in school though. >> a nice gift for you during the finale. you love hunter hayes who is here today performing and he got up and performed with you and he wanted to say hi. he's right behind you. >> how are you doing good to see you. i talked to my friends at martin. i know you'll be writing your life away here soon so we wanted to present you with an om. it's my favorite guitar in the world. it's a song writers best friend. it will be a fantastic friend for you. >> thank you. >> congratulations on everything really excited for you. that's awesome. >> remember the whole deal with gum in school, if you didn't bring enough for everyone. >> i'll be right back.
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>> yeah i thought about bringing other stuff but i didn't know how crazy it would get in here. >> danielle, can you stick around for his concert. >> yes. >> chill out. >> all right. danielle and hunter we'll see you in a few minutes. >> thank you. meantime a new movie opens today inspired by a story of a group of teenagers whose fascination with celebrities led to a headline-making crime spree. we sat down with one of the young women caught up in the real life bling ring. >> reporter: welcome to hollywood. the kingdom that's home to our special breed of american royalty, celebrities. for most of us, the fascination ends with reading about them in the tabloids, but one group took all of that to a new level, a criminal level. maybe you've heard of them.
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the bling ring. at it's core, teenagers who apparently cultivated two life skills, breaking and entering. >> it's very violated. >> lindsey lohan was one victim on the list that looked like the red carpet at an award show. >> paris hilton, orlando bloom. rachel bilson, adrinna patdrige from the hills. now art is imitating life. >> let's go shopping. >> reporter: this all american tale of envy greed and the ability to tell gucci from chanel, but not right from wrong is the inspiration for the new film starring emma watson. the actual story is even wilder than theovie version. >> my life was spiraling out of control.
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it really was. >> alexis was just 18. the star of her own reality show and suddenly found herself starring in a very different show. one that ended its run with her behind bars. >> because of my show, i was made the face of this thing. >> alexis pleaded no contest to burglary and spent a month in jail. but here's the irony. >> today i firmly believe it was the best thing that ever happened to me. >> just months after she left jail police found black tar heroin in her home. a judge sentenced her to a year in rehab. >> i have two 2 1/2 years sober today. >> alexis hopes people will focus on her new story. one of a young woman with a second chance. >> for people to have hope that if this girl that was so broken and so much pain can get better, so can i. >> and you can see more secrets
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of the bling ring, that's tonight on dateline, 8:00, 7:00 central time here on nbc. >> hunter hayes is about to take the stage. he's 21 years old and already an old hand. been in music since he was 9 years old. >> if there's ever been a question of whether new york city and the surrounding areas like country music, we have a huge crowd outside. they have been arriving since the wee hours of the morning. he takes to our stage in about 15 minutes right here on today. but first, we'll take a look at these messages, those people, and your local news and weather. >> we'll send the chopper up. all right. weather. >> we'll send the chopper up. all right.
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good morning to you. it is 8:26. police want to you look at this photo we have. they want you to help find the family of this man severely wasn't in downtown san jose. he remains at santa clara valley medical center because he is unable to communicate. they need relatives to make critical medical decisions for him. he was bait up underneath the highway 87 overpass between san fernando and santa clara sfwreets 1 in the afternoon on june 9th. police are also looking for witnesses for this attack to gain more information. it is a friday-like commute but problems on the peninsula, mike. >> we have slowing in spots. you know what happens right here, just saw it happen northbound, those headlights coming toward us. someone hit the brake, tapped it and caused a chain reaction to flux around university avenue.
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same situation southbound from highway 92 into belmont, 101, 280 is clear. the south bay, northbound routes continue to show slowing. 87 into downtown shows some relief the past few minutes. 280 north highway 5 tied things up, cooper teen know, moving much more smoothly once again. the east bay, we have a slower drive, not so bad through hayward, union city, southbound side relatively slower. back to you. >> thanks. we will be back at 8:36 our next local news update. we will see you then. enough about the book, i want to hear about your date.
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8:30 now on this friday morning, june 21st, 2013. that is our natalie testing out the tight rope walk in much safer conditions than nik wallenda will be on sunday night when he attempts a death denying stunt, walking on a tight rope with no net, no harness, no nothing across the grand canyon. that event will be broadcast live. willie showing us how it's done. we look forward to that.
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we'll check with them in just a few minutes. meantime, we have an exciting event on the plaza this morning. first day of summer. a great artist taking the stage. hunter hayes. it will be in just a few moments. he's the cma's reigning new artist of the year. i'm savannah guthrie along side matt lauer, al roker and tamryn hall. >> there's a couple ways you can do that. but the safest way to do that is tweet us with the hashtag hunter hayes and by the way, more great music next week when phillip phillips takes to the summer concert stage. >> all right. [ music playing ] >> we've got some fans. [ crowd singing ] hello new york.
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[ crowd singing ] all right. he's here next week. meantime, in this half hour, you know what, we have been worried about so many things. there's one more thing we have to add to our list, zombies, they are everywhere. they're on tv. they're going to be in the big brad pitt movie "world war z." and there's a place to teach you how to stop zombies in their tracks in case you're attacked. >> we'll look at that and what's it like growing up with a famous name and trying to carve out your own place in this world. a interesting conversation with stella mccartney and chelsea clinton. in case the zombies don't attack, let's look at your
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weekend. for tomorrow, we expect to see plenty of sunshine. sizzling weather in the southwest. northeast and mid-atlantic states going to be gorgeous. risk of strong storms in the plains, wet weather through the southeast. more rain in the southeast. new england on into the northeast ohio river valley. another slight risk of strong storms. great lakes into the mid mississippi river valley and wet weather into the pacific northwest and hot into the southwest. we'll have nice weather and hopefully no winds in the grand canyon when nik wallenda makes his walk 8:33 now. meteorologist christina loren. the golden gate bridge nice and clear, an update on traffic from mike in a few moments, temperatures today, a comfortable day 86 in concord, 77, fremont, 79 degrees today in san jose. we have got rain on the way late sunday, if you want to check out
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this weekend's super moon, your going to get the best viewing on saturday night. here's where we are headed, 86 today, up to 87 tomorrow when we peak. cool you off, late sunday into monday. and that's your latest weather. matt, savannah. >> thank you very much. brad pitt's new movie "world war z" is now out in theaters. >> it got us thinking what is with the undead's rise in popularity. here's keith miller. >> they're coming, ready. >> reporter: the undead have never been so alive. on screen, zombies have hit the big time. >> oh it's a zombie. >> the undead once confined to come disand the cut movie circuit are suddenly everywhere. there are games, apps and even websites giving tips on how to tell if your coworkers are among the living dead.
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exterminating them is a popular role playing game. this zombie boot camp in rural england trains people to battle the undead. so how was it? the director has more than 8,000 recruits. what motivates people to come out here and enjoy zombie boot camp? what is that. >> they want the challenge. it's as real as we could do it without killing anybody. >> they look dead to me. the attraction of the zombie films is all about us, the individuals, surviving the onslot. scientists have even pondered what would happen if the undead really got hungry. a zombie outbreak is likely to lead to the collapse of civilization unless it is dealt with quickly inches life as we know it will come to an end in 90 days. >> reporter: escaping
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underground to avoid the zombie apocalypse speaks to modern day fears of pandemics, disasters and the social collapse depicted in the news every day. this horror fiction challenges man's instinct to fight or flight and asks what would you do? for today, keith miller, nbc news, england. >> coming up next, stella mccartney opens up to chelsea clinton about fashion and living with a famous last night. >> and hunter hayes takes to our concert stage, but first, this is "today" on nbc. the thing is bee,
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i got my mom wrapped around my little finger. do you? yeah, i do. huh. i said i want honey nut cheerios uh huh. and she just totally caved. it's all about psychology buzz. psychology? as long as i don't tell him the cereal is healthy -- he can't get enough. sad, really. i kind of feel bad that i tricked him. was easy. surprise... uh, ha ha ha. ♪
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8:38. it can be hard for people that have a famous parent to build their own identities, but stella mccartney, the daughter of sir paul is making a name for
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herself in the fashion world. she debuted her 2014 collection to rave reviews and chelsea clinton sat down with her for a revealing conversation. >> reporter: today you can see the name stella mccartney on 25 stores and 600 specialty shops around the world. women love her designs for a reason. >> i love women and celebrate them and sympathize with them so i design for women. i pride myself on that. you see how her torso looks longer. >> reporter: this is what stella always wanted to do. >> i think i always wanted to be here. i was always that kid that wanted to be a fashion designer and now i am one. >> it looks nice straight though. >> the first garmet was a jacket when i was 12. >> a suede jacket and i thought that was cool.
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it soon became clear she was going to become a designer. >> reporter: but there was a lot to learn. when stella was in college, she interned here in london with her father's taylor. he taught her the basic skills like how to measure and cut. >> it takes three years to learn how to sow the sleeves and it's such a craft and i wanted to learn that. i like the strength of that feeling when i put on a man's jacket. it's a different feeling. >> you know, that's kind of a little more of a masculine cut. >> and the shoulders. >> how do they look? are they good? >> great. >> reporter: stella earned her degree in fashion from a college of art and design. her collection was modelled by her friends including naomi campbell and kate moss and picked up. after two collections of her own she was named creative director
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of chole in paris. she was only 25 years old. at the time the legendary designer said i they they should have taken a big name. they did, but in music, not fashion. >> i didn't know the politics of the industry that if some young chick from london who was paul mccartney's daughter took a job in paris that maybe it would be like noticed. i just had no idea. i was so naive. >> i have been aware my entire life of the benefits and challenges of having parents in the public eye. and of having a notable last name. >> it's crazy. i love getting interviewed by somebody that actually knows what it's like. >> should we get a drink after this. >> yeah. >> and more maybe a week just talk about it? >> that's chelsea clinton with stella mccartney. you can see more of their conversation on "rock center
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with brian williams". up next, a concert from one of the hottest names in country music, hunter hayes, but first this is "today" ready?
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happy birthday! it's a painting easel! the tide's coming in! this is my favorite one. it's upside down. oh, sorry. (woman vo) it takes him places he's always wanted to go. that's why we bought a subaru. (announcer) love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru.
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the concert series on today is brought to you by the all new 2014 corolla. elevate your drive with bold style and advanced technology. toyota, let's go places. he is a forced to be reconned with, we're thrilled to have him here on our toyota summer concert stage. ladies and gentlemen, hunter hayes. ♪ i'm booking myself a one way flight. i got to see the color in your
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eyes ♪ ♪. yeah telling myself i'm going to be all right without you baby is a waste of ♪ ♪. our first date girl the seasons changed. it got washed away in a summer rain ♪ ♪ you can't undoe a fall like this cause love don't know what distance is ♪ ♪. i know it's crazy. but i don't good and i don't want good enough i want can't sleep can't breathe without your love. it doesn't make sense to anybody else ♪ ♪ who cares if you're all i think about ♪ ♪ i searched the world and i know now. it ain't right if you ain't lost your mind ♪ ♪. i don't want easy, i want crazy ♪ ♪ you with me baby? let's be crazy ♪ ♪ yeah.
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♪ well i don't want to be scared don't juan to know why i want to feel good don't have to be right. the world you makes all kinds of rules for lof ♪ ♪ i say you got at a let it do what it does. ♪ ♪ i don't want just another hug and kiss catching up calls and date sometimes. i love that we're rebels and we're still believing. we're kind of crazy people -- i know we're crazy ♪ ♪ but i don't want good and i don't want good enough. i want can't sleep can't breathe without your love ♪ ♪ front porch and one more kiss. it doesn't make sense to anybody else ♪ ♪ who cares if you're all i think about ♪ ♪ i've searched the world and i know now it ain't right if you ain't lost your mind ♪ ♪ i don't want easy i want crazy ♪ ♪ you with me new york city? let's be crazy ♪ ♪.
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i don't want good and don't want good enough. i want can't sleep can't eat without your love. front porch and one more kiss. it doesn't make sense to anybody else. who cares if you're all i think about ♪ ♪ i searched the world and i know now it ain't right if you ain't lost your mind ♪ ♪ i don't want easy i want crazy ♪ ♪ maybe we just think too much. let's be crazy ♪ ♪ let's be crazy. ♪
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hunter hayes. thank you very much. he's back with more music in a little while but first first, this is "today" on nbc.
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hunter hayes is the cma's reigning new artist of the year. he is also a grammy nominee and
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rereleased the debut album called hunter hayes encore. it features 8 new or rerecorded tracks. and here on the plaza, hunter good morning. >> good to see you guys. thank you for having me. this is epic right here. >> isn't it fun? early morning, new york city. >> we got the helicopter going on. thank you guys so much for showing up this morning. seriously. i love you. >> you're an overachiever. >> you play something like 30 instruments. do you always worry about having to outdo yourself. >> i do and i fight it. it's on my mind well this next one has to be better. the fall tour has to be better than anything we've ever done but at the same time, you know, you have to let go of that every now and then and shake it off and just go it's going to be good. >> because you started at such a young age, 9 as the story goes, do you think you learned the valuable lessons you need for
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longevity in this career. >> i don't know if i learned them all or if i will ever learn them all. >> i was thinking about danielle bradbery. she is 16 years old. if you could give her one piece of advice about something she will encounter what will you say to her. >> i'm terrible with advice i don't know. just to enjoy every minute of it. it's a fast paced thing but it's a beautiful thing. the music is wonderful to be a part of and do your thing. make sure it's your own music and it's your, your fingerprint. it's your soul, your heart. >> i know you're going out on tour and as the story goes, you were a fairly shy young man. >> still am. >> well you've overcome it on stage in a big way. how do you do that. >> well the stage is -- that's where i'm comfortable. this is where i become myself the most which is weird for me to say because shy, awkward all that good stuff. >> when you meet people on the street you're more reserved. >> i tried not to be but i feel
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like i am. i'm just weird but i'm okay with that because when i get on stage i'm comfortable. this is my home, these are my best friends. >> they seem to like you. i think the headline of the whole interview will be i'm just weird. >> that's okay. >> ladies and gentlemen, once again, hunter hayes. ♪ you know i fall apart without you. i don't know how you do what you do ♪ ♪ everything that don't make sense about me it makes sense when i'm with you ♪ ♪ like everything that's green, girl i need you.
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but it's more than one and one makes two ♪ ♪ put aside the math and the logic of it ♪ ♪ you got to know you want it too ♪ ♪ cause i want to wrap you up ♪ wanna kiss your lips ♪ i want to make you feel wanted ♪ ♪ and i wanna call you mine ♪ wanna hold your hand forever ♪ never let you forget it ♪ kause baby i wanna make you feel wanted ♪ ♪ anyone can tell you you're pretty ♪ ♪ you get that all the time, i know you do ♪ ♪ but your beauty's deeper than
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the makeup ♪ ♪ and i wanna show you what i see tonight ♪ ♪ when i wrap you up, when i kiss your lips ♪ ♪ i wanna make you feel wanted ♪ i wanna call you mine ♪ wanna hold your hand forever ♪ and never let you forget it ♪ cause baby i just wanna make you feel wanted ♪ ♪ as good as you make me feel. i wanna make you feel better ♪ ♪ better than your ffairy tales. better than your best dreams ♪ ♪ you're more than everything i
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need. ♪ ♪ you're all i ever wanted ♪ and i just want to wrap you up ♪ ♪ wanna kiss your lips ♪ i wanna make you feel wanted ♪ i wanna call you mine ♪ wanna hold your hand forever ♪ never let you forget it ♪ baby i just wanna make you feel wanted ♪ ♪ baby i just -- i wanna make you feel feel wanted ♪ ♪ you're always be wanted >> thank you so much. hunter hayes. thank you and hunter will be back with one more song a bit
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later. but first on a friday morning, it's your local news and weather. good morning to you. it is 8:56, i'm marla tellez. 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick will be sporting a giants jersey tonight at at&t park. kaepernick, who is a former pitcher, will be tossing out the ceremonial first pitch at tonight's game against the miami marlins. you can watch that right here on nbc bay area, 7:00. let's go ahead and look at the forecast with christina loren. >> you we know you will be watching that. good morning to you, 8:56, a
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beautiful day shaping up. this is sinole. just want to show you how crystal clear it is out here, a couple of farmhouses for you this morning. 86 inland. 77, bay side, 66 degrees at the coast. here's where it gets interesting. we have got rain on the way late sunday night into monday. it will continue into tuesday. maybe up to an inch. hope you have a great day. the thing is bee,
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i got my mom wrapped around my little finger. do you? yeah, i do. huh. i said i want honey nut cheerios uh huh. and she just totally caved. it's all about psychology buzz. psychology? as long as i don't tell him the cereal is healthy -- he can't get enough. sad, really. i kind of feel bad that i tricked him. was easy. surprise... uh, ha ha ha. ♪
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hunter hayes. >> thank you guys so much. serenading the crowd on a beautiful friday morning. june 21st, first day of summer. he did a great job. we'll hear that song in it's entirety a little later on. i'm al roker with tamryn hall.
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willie and natalie are at the grand canyon. >> are you going to acknowledge him. >> i have pepper here. we're going to check in with willie and with natalie and pepper in just a little bit. >> you're so calm and pepper is like -- >> well, she is so excited there's so many people to love. >> that was a nice wet one. thank you. >> okay. >> well, we have a lot going on but we're starting with the news regarding. >> the kardashian baby. >> yes, kanye and kim apparently have a baby which we know, but the name is big news today. e news and people reporting kim and kanye named their baby girl, wait for it. north west. >> no. >> yes. why no? >> hey north, how are you. >> good dad, how are you. >> where are you going on vacation? i'm going south. >> it's not like kanye is a
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traditional name. >> i know but north west, come on? >> kim was on jay leno and said it was not true but they said the name maybe the name. i think they're trying to be cool like beyonce and jay with blue ivy. >> how did you get your name? >> who am i? >> what am i doing here? i don't know. my parents went to college right outside of waco, they took off the c and added a t and thus it's tameron and i said earlier i used to date a guy whose last name is brown and i said if i had a kid with this man i was going to name my kid black brown. >> thankfully that never happened. >> for many reasons. >> thankfully. >> but how cool was that? black brown. >> yeah, okay. yeah. or the second choice was yeezus.
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>> that gets a little scary. i do go to church. next up. >> parallels of air travel. check this picture. it went viral after being posted to the flyer talk. they actually ran out of toilet paper during the 11 hour flight. >> gosh. >> the united crew improvises by supplying napkins. the napkins read fly by the tips of your fingers. >> so the united spokesperson did give a statement, it said toilet tissue was available for customers throughout the entire flight in more than half of the nine lavatories. >> so for other half. >> the other people get this. they said the flight attendants tried to improvise. they apologize for the inconvenience. have you ever had anything like that happen? >> i have not. i must admit that's never happened. >> i can't even imagine that.
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>> i told our staff i was flying once and these little boys had gone in -- two brothers had gone in to use the bathroom before me and i had taken my shoes off. i waited behind them in line and opened the door and they had missed the mark. >> why would you go in without your shoes. >> i wear 9 inch heels and needed to take them off. they were like 7 and 6 years old and missed the mark. >> wow. okay. >> true story. it happened. >> black brown. next topic. we hear about the warning and dangers of texting and driving but you see this all the time here in the city, texting and walking. >> yes. you remember this video, it's from awhile back of this woman texting and literally went splat and nose dived into a fountain at a mall because she didn't notice and apparently a lot of
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people on a serious note are ending up in the emergency room, 1500 people in the er since 2010. that's triple since 2004. i'm guilty of it but i'm trying to do better. >> i'm trying to do better as well. we were talking about 3,000 visits to the er by 2015. ohio state university researchers found that people just talking on their cell phones while walking are less likely not to notice a clown passing by on a unicycle. when i'm on the phone i'm looking ahead and seeing everything. when i text i have fallen over small children. >> wow. >> but when you're on the phone you're look ago head. that's why people are pushing for the google glass. >> that will make things much easier. now you have a heads up display while you're watching. >> embrace technology. what are you still wearing a pager and the brick phone. embrace technology, man. >> okay. so when you walk into a bus. >> when i have one tooth.
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>> but the google glass caught the picture of it. when you see the m-5 coming right at you. that will be fantastic. >> i'll look like mike tyson, one tooth. okay and finally -- >> mike was just minding his own business. >> and he walked into a joke. pepper is here because it's bring your dog to work day. >> yeah, that's right. >> you're so cute. >> she is adorable. she is a rescue. she's from mainline animal rescue down around philadelphia and it's to encourage pet ado s adopti adoption. >> i have two dogs. one is a rescue as well. that's them on my mother's sofa and then i have the chihuahua. >> how come you didn't bring her in. >> you'll see why. >> are you going in today? you have a cute outfit on, look
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at you. >> did she just bite you? >> she is a biter. she is a chihuahua and i said pepper would be cracked pepper if she came in. i'm working on it because my neighbors when they see us, everyone kind of goes oh there they are. i have a bad rep so i couldn't bring her in. >> what about the dog. >> funny thing happened when the al joke came but i love this bring your dog to work day and i think it's great that it encourages adopting and adoption. i've had a bird, two dogs and a cat all in one home so obviously i'm an advocate. >> absolutely. we want to check in with willie and natalie there at the grand canyon prepping for a big event. anything nik wallenda will be the first-person to walk across the grand canyon with a tight rope. >> with no safety. >> the sun is up. it's fantastic there. >> it's stunning. we got here before dawn and we got to see the sun come up in the east here and now it's
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coming up high in the sky. we want to show you something quickly. nik wallenda is seated with his feet hanging over the edge of the grand canyon. that's how he relaxes. >> he is contemplating what he is going to do sunday here live which is walk this wire. it's the first of it's kind. never been done before and if you look at the dimensions of this wire, they have still yet to drape it that way. this is about 20 inches thick. willie is hanging on to it but if i put two bottle caps together, that's about the width of the wire right there hanging over 1500 feet above the ground. that's about the height of the empire state building and the length is about 1400 feet across. so about four football fields in leng. so it's going to take him about 20 or 22 minutes or so, so he says. >> and you can see the path from
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here. so i'll start across. that's actually an island mesa. it sits by itself. he'll take a helicopter across when he is ready. he will begin from there and walk this way back to the land. it will take him about 20 minutes. you can see it dips in the middle. the most difficult part is in the beginning when you're walking downhill. if you can imagine doing that on a high wire but when he gets right here he will be running off this thing. this is the finish line for him. this is the home stretch. a very confident nik wallenda. coming up we'll talk more with him. he's going to let us try out our own test of skill and will here. >> not this. >> not this but we have this exact wire about 6 inches off the ground. >> and black brown? >> the special is live. is there a delay. >> no, willie was telling the joke -- >> oh, i'm sorry. i didn't hear it. >> no, you're right al. it is live, discovery channel,
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8:00 eastern, 5:00 pacific. there is a bit of a delay, yes. >> like a 10 second delay or so. >> wow. all right. we could use that here. >> willie, i can't wait to see -- this is -- i actually think it's rivoting and he is very zen. does he stop talking at some point? what is the shut down? is it saturday before the walk on sunday? >> you know, it's funny, he's going to be talking to us. we'll interview him a few minutes before he gets on this wire. then he goes into a zone. we'll leave him alone and let him be with his family. they'll pray together and his pastor will be here but during the walk he'll have an ear piece in and we'll be talking with him throughout the walk. >> i'm sure he's comfortable with that. >> he says it actually relaxes him. so he says he is willing and open to us chiming in over the course of the walk to ask how it's going.
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>> he very much gets in his zone. he has been wired up with medical tests and everything. the physiology of this and his heart rate actually goes down when he is on the wire. so he really gets in like a meditative state. it's pretty wild. we can't wait to see it. >> we can't either. thanks so much. skywire live, with nik wallenda, hosted by willie and natalie, sunday at 8 eastern, 5:00 pacific on discovery channel. >> thank you. al you got a check of the forecast for us. >> that's right. severe weather making it's way through the mid plains. high pressure will be blocking that. the low pressure making it's way across to the east. it's going to be slowed up so you can see we've got storms firing upright now through minnesota. we have a risk of strong storms, isolated tornadoes, damaging winds and hail from rapid city into wisconsin. same thing again for saturday and as we sbhoouf sunday a risk of strong storms, much through the same reason again. rainfall over the next 72 hours.
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that's why we have flood watches in part of the area. we're talking about anywhere from 3 to 5 inches of rain from the 9:12. you made it to friday. it's the first official day of the summertime and looking very representative of summer here. from oakland, looking out toward san francisco, what a beautiful day we have in store for you. temperatures going to be a little bit warmer than yesterday but overall, still comfortable, 77 in fremont, 79 here in san jose, 85 in gilroy, no 90s today, but close to fairfield earning 87 degrees, 67 in the city don't forget, you can catch that super moon, you will get the best viewing on saturday. we will have your 7-day forecast in just a few moments. and that's your latest weather. well, coming up next -- i just want to let you jump in -- >> don't try this at home. willie and natalie test out the tight rope. >> i don't think they're going to be above the grand canyon. >> well, kind of sort of. go with it. right after this.
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we're back on this friday. just two days before one of the biggest nail biting events ever to be carried live on television. >> that's right, nik wallenda attempting to cross the grand canyon on a tight rope. natalie and willie are there with nick to find out if they have what it takes. guys, i doubt it. >> no, no. there's no question about that. we are joined by the man of the hour, nik wallenda, 34 years old attempting to become the first man ever to cross the grand canyon on a wire. we have both been struck by how supremely confident you are. you walked up here this morning. >> like nothing. >> you had a giant fight on yours face. >> this is my playground. it's a dream come true. my family has been doing this for over 200 years and i'm carrying on a legacy. what better way to do it. and again this truly is my playground. this is a dream come true. hard for you to imagine but my
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great grandfather said life is on the wire and everything else is just waiting. >> your great grandfather lost his life on the wire at 73 years old. how much does that stay with you. >> it inspires me to be honest more than anything. we know the reasons why he lost his life and i'm not in that situation. i have trained for this distance. i have trained for holding on to that cable if there's an emergency. trained for the worst cases. winds of 91 miles per hour. and we'll cutoff before it gets to 91 miles per hour. >> but you say you can hold on to the cable. >> if there's a problem i'll go down to the cable and hold on. there's helicopters standing by. they can be with me 30 to 60 seconds. when it's your life you can hold on for a long time. >> one of the things we haven't talked about is the heat that could be in the steel cable. temperatures of 90 to 95 degrees. the cable could have upwards of 110 and 120 degrees.
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>> that was part of my training in florida, in sarasota was the fact that it was 101 heat index the too day and it was a good time. to the hand it was hot but that's where my wire shoes become so key. they're actually suede leather or elk skin bottom. i'll also wearing a pair of shots. so the heat isn't overbaring. the top of my feet were hotter than the bottom. >> you started walking a wire when you were about two years old. >> about this height. >> which we have no ability as we have already kind of been showing this morning. >> this is a massive wire. >> willie is actually in front of me. >> he volunteered to help out, to test it for you. >> test the winds and all of that stuff. >> what tips would you give us as they attempt this again. >> the big thing about learning to walk a wire is being extremely focused in practice. >> willie you're a pro. >> i am. >> i spent three to four hours a
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day, five days a week for 32 years of my 34 years on a wire. a lot of focus. but when i'm walking across i'll be focussing in front of me and because it's such a long spans. >> nicely done. >> he's leading the way. >> he could help you. >> because it's so long, i'll actually look about halfway across and change my focal point. >> and the wife is live the whole time. it's constantly moving. >> you're right. it has a life of it's own. as i walk it's important that i change my rhythms because i can build a frequency into this cable that will become larger and larger. have to slow down and speed up and adjust my step sizes which is a key reason why my father is in my ear as well. he'll say nick, slow down. my uncle will be on one side and have his hand on that cable and someone else will have their hand on the cable. they act as a shock absorber. it will take a lot of the shock out as well. a lot of it is peace of mind as
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well. >> we'll talk to your uncle and father coming up this hour. >> nik wallenda. the discovery special is live sunday 8:00 p.m. eastern, 5:00 pacific. >> more members of the flying wallendas coming up. >> that's right but up next, the biggest consumer headline right after this. ♪ ♪ i see you made yourself breakfast. how'd you know? ♪
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welcome back now the time is r9:28. what a beautiful day we have shaping up for the first official day of summertime. this, of course, the bay bridge. check that drive with mike in just a moment. but underneath the bridge, yeah, you see a few ripples out there on the water, not as choppy as it has been, temperatures relax, 84 for river more. 79 here in san jose and 81 in santa theresa. 67 in san francisco. not a bad day there once the temperatures drop off, temperatures drop like a rock. tonight's giants game you can catch here on nbc bay area, taking on the marlins around 57
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degrees out there. rain moves in late sunday through tuesday. let's check that drive. good morning, mike. >> good morning, looking the a great drive this morning for the north bay. southbound 101 through san raffaele. no problems down through that richmond center bridge i-580. the map shows south of there, there is a good deal of slowing heading toward mill valley. things ease a bit. checking armed. no stated construction through the area either. again that is starting to move smoother now. a slower drive once you get past the toll plaza but at the toll plaza for the bay bridge, things are just starting to wane, marla. back to you. >> that is good news. thanks, mike. back at 9:56 with our next update. we will see you then. ♪ [ female announcer ] hey ladies. you love it. you've got to have it. cinnamon toast crunch, 'cause that cinnamon and sugar is so irresistible. everybody craves those crazy squares.® made gluten-free cereals in a bunch of yummy flavors. like cinnamon chex, honey nut chex, and chocolate chex... we're in cereal heaven.
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so thanks. from the mcgregors, 'cause we love chex. just takes your breath away. >> it's a stunning site. going to be exciting there on sunday to say the least. >> in two days, daredevil will attempt to cross that. man, willie and natalie are there with nick and the extended high flying family, and that's on live tv. >> they are like two inches off the ground. >> don't be a hater.
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>> we're on the edge right here, and we take one wrong step! >> i was admiring how you were taking it so seriously. >> how heavy is the pole? >> it ways 43 pounds and is 30 feet across, right, nick? >> yes. >> this is heavy. it's like carrying a 5-year-old for 22 minutes walking on a tightrope, and everything unstable and you are holding this thing. >> one more thing to worry about. >> and you have to change the baby. >> the diaper. guys, we will check in with you. also ahead, olympic gold medal skater is a pro at slicing and dicing in the kitchen. i was drooling over these
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recipes last night. >> yeah. thank you. >> a huge crowd came out to see country music's biggest rising star, hunter hayes. he will be back with one more song. he is absolutely adorable, and i love his fans are really embracing him. first, al roker, here with a check of the weather. >> yeah, anyway, let's show you what we have for the weekend. a slight risk of strong storms for saturday through the plains, and sunday, sunday, more rain in the southeast and into the mid-atlantic states. continuing a risk of strong storms in the upper mississippi river valley, and rain in the pacific northwest, and sunny and hot in texas, and we are looking at a beautiful day on sunday, the 9:32. thanks for waking up with us on a friday morning.
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got a good looking day shaping up, the kind of weather that you would normally get right here on the first day of summertime. we are going to hit average highs today, nice and clear out there, we don't have any june gloom. 85, gilroy, 79, san jose, 67, san francisco. nascar weekend starts today 83, sonoma 86 by saturday. sunday, we are actually expecting some showers to move in. showers will spread into the south bay monday morning and rain will continue for tuesday. >> that's your latest weather. we have a terry, who is nick's father, and the uncle who is the chief engineer, and terry is the safety coordinator and he talks to you all the time in your ear. you guys have this guy's life in your hands here. are you worried at all? your son, seeing him out there?
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>> i am not really that worried. i know his capabilities. i have been through it and walked the wire for 38 years, and i know what is going through his mind at the time, and i am his eyes on the outside as he is doing it, and i am watching everything and how he is feeling and we communicate back and forth. if he has a question, i true to look for the answer for him right away. >> you are responsible for this rig out here, this incredible piece of engineering. how did you begin to put this walk together from an engineering standpoint? >> i start with the end state that i am after and that's giving nick a platform that will allow him to succeed, and i know if i can do that he will succeed, because he has the talent. >> the wire will be drawn out there today, and then you will hangi hangi hanging. >> it's one shot.
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>> a one-shot deal. >> what would be the one or two things that would prevent you from giving the all clear? in the end, you have the final say whether this walk is ago? is there something particular you will look at at the end? >> before he goes i will check with all of our different departments, and mike is going to be over on the opposite end, and he will be talking with him and i will check the weather conditions, and if we have storms that might develop, i want to know how far away the lightning strikes are, if there are any at all. and i talked to nick, and make sure that, you know, he is good to go, and it's -- you know, it's just a matter of doing the countdown type of thing, checking in and making sure everything is good. >> nick, what goes through your mind when you are on the wire. you seem to get in a zone. >> really, don't fall, don't fall, don't fall. no, i am really concentrating on what i am doing, and that's what it's about, staying focused on the wire, and going back to my
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training in sarasota where i trained with gusts 45 to 55 miles per hour, and in a tropical storm -- >> never 1500 up, right? >> you are right, and that's a mental game. that's why in training i walked the cable multiple times in shots and backwards and forwards, and the rain and the wind, and the wire is the same whether it's two feet or 1500 feet off the ground. >> how important is it to you to have your dad in your ear while you are walking? >> very important. he can talk to me about pacing, and pacing is so key that i just mentioned, and if i speed up or slow down, and when i should or shouldn't, so i don't create rhythm in the cable. >> we should point out the importance of the pole. it anchors you down, right? >> it more than anchors me down. it's something that i can work with. there's wind -- >> it's like, 40 pounds.
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>> you have to counter react so fast that you can't adjust to gusts without it, and with this i have time to adjust my body and pull my body back in line. it's 43 pounds and 30 feet long. >> well, nick, terry and mike, we are so proud of what you have done and we can't wait to see it. you all should join us and watch live on the discovery channel at 8:00 p.m. eastern time, 5:00 pacific. businesses are trying to come back from rough economic times. employees are being forced to do more with less. and the need for capable leaders is greater than ever. when you see these problems do you take a step back, or do you want to dive right in? with a degree in business from capella university, you'll have the knowledge to go further in your career than you ever thought possible.
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♪ when he was in the olympics ♪ ♪ skating for the gold ♪ -- >> that's for that. that's in my head now all day. a memorable clip from "the south park movie." >> we will see what he can do in the kitchen with easy recipes from his new cookbook. i love that you have embraced this song, and cooking, and it's phenomenal. >> i didn't have an option.
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i didn't have an option. i had to. >> you had to go with it. >> yeah, this whole thing expired the cookbook. it's easy accessible ingredie s ingredients. i will make three different salsas. >> this is inspired by your olympics and traveling around the world. >> yeah, i have been traveling the world since i was 14 years old. >> that was what, six years ago? >> i will not say that. yeah. >> i don't think of salsa as something you cook. >> you just warm it through. you cook this a little bit, and then put in the minced ginger, and a little garlic and we stir that up. sometimes when i am lazy, i won't minutes the ginger, just grate it and it saves a lot of time. and these are plumbs -- >> i made this last night. >> yeah, last night.
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>> if i would have known you grate your ginger it would have saved me 30 minutes. you like plumbs, because they are hearty and they can hold up under the heat? >> yeah, you can use mangos or papayas, and you can warm the plumbs through, and this is apple cider vinegar. you just warm it through and it ends up like this. >> perfect. >> it's just incredible. and you put it over the pork tenderloin. the thing i love about it is it's so versatile, i use it on my proteins and on sandwiches and it keeps in the refrigerator for quite sometimes. >> if you want something sweetish, you have something else? >> yeah, it's avocado, and these
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the concert series on today is brought to you by the all new 20 2014 corolla. toyota, let's go places. >> we brought a little country to the big city this morning with one of the biggest rising stars in country music, hunter hayes. >> that's right. he is here with his number one song, somebody's heart break.
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♪ i'd love to know just what you're thinking tell me what you're thinking baby ♪ ♪ every little river running through your mind ♪ ♪ you give and you take you come and you go ♪ ♪ you leave me here wondering if i'll ever snow noet how much you care or how much you don't, girl, whatever you need, whatever you want ♪ ♪ if you're going to be somebody's heartbreak, if you're going to be somebody's mistake ♪ ♪ if you're going to be somebody's first time, somebody's last time, baby be mine ♪ ♪ if you're looking to be somebody's just friends ♪ ♪ a little laughing, little lovin, never calling again, that's just fine ♪ ♪ if you're gonna be somebody's
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heartbreak, be mine ♪ ♪ i guess that all i'm trying to tell you ♪ ♪ is a minute with you is better than two without ♪ ♪ oh i won't be a fool but i can't play it cool ♪ ♪ so i'm playing safe and i'm breaking the rules ♪ ♪ i'm wishing i had what i know that you got ♪ ♪ if so you're coming my way then please don't stop noet if you're going to be somebody's heartbreak ♪ ♪ if you're going to be somebody's mistake ♪ ♪ if you're going to be somebody's first time, somebody's last time, baby be mine ♪ ♪ if you're looking to be somebody's just friends ♪ ♪ a little laughing, little loving, never calling again, that's just fine ♪ ♪ if you're going to be somebody's heartbreak, be mine ♪
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♪ if you're going to be somebody's heartbreak. or somebody's mistake somebody's first time, or their last, baby be mine ♪ ♪ if you're looking to be somebody's just friends, a little laughing, little loving never calling again, that's just fine ♪ ♪ if you're gonna be somebody's heartbreak ♪ ♪ be mine ♪ be mine ♪ if you're going to be somebody's heartbreak. if you're going to be somebody's heartbreak.
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be mine ♪ ♪ . hunter hayes everyone. back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc. [ wind howling ]
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being a father comes first. >> you don't go into lock down. >> no, this is something i have done my entire life. this is what i do. >> father of three kids. they'll be here on sunday. are they nervous for you? >> i don't think. i mean, there's nerves involved. my wife will be nervous as well but they're also accustomed to it. they have seen it since birth so they know this is what dad does. >> we can't wait. discovery channel 8:00 eastern, 5:00 pacific, this man will become the first ever to cross the grand canyon. >> still ahead, kathie lee and hoda get guys to tell all. >> first, your local news.
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it is 9:56, good morning, i'm marla tellez. police in three peninsula cities right now on the hunt this morning all looking for the same plan. police say this guy right here, 20-year-old melvin bell regard, is responsible for a string of burglaries that started back in
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april. he allegedly broke into three homes in a matter of minutes. later, police say he broke into a home in san mateo, on this time, a woman came home and scared him away. hillsborough police spotted him driving through the area and then began chasing him. he was able to get away but his car was later found in san francisco with about $30,000 worth of stolen goods still inside. investigators say he lived in san francisco but has strong ties to the east bay. it is the first day of summer. gets let a look at that forecast with a meteorologist christina loren. >> thanks, marla. yes, made it to friday, made it to summer and it's going to be very seasonal today, right around average this time of year, 84 in livermore, 77, fremont, 67, a warmer day in san francisco. 73, perfection down in santa cruz. we get into your weekend, big nascar weekend up in sonoma. friday, 83 degrees. 86 for your saturday. then we bring in some rain showers on sunday. especially on sunday night,
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sonoma county, spread those showers to the south monday into tuesday, maybe an inch of rain on the way to parts of the bay area. check that drive. good morning, mike. >> good morning, a better time up near oakland. northbound 880. over the last 30 minute, we had a crash that happened just shy of high street that has moved to the shoulder, good backup. just in the last couple of minutes they completely cleared the incident no more activity there, no more slowing at the scene but a little slow with that ripple affect through the area. there you go from northbound 880. westbound 580, easy drive through oakland, northbound routes no the bad in the south bay, another crash 101, great america park wake out of the roadway, just slow past the airport. back to you. >> mike, very good. thank you so much. we will be back with our next local news update at 10:26. we hope to see you then. the thing is bee,
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from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb. from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hello, everybody. >> oh, yeah. >> it's friday, june 21st. wow. summer is just -- >> it just started. >> it feels like it's just too fast. i love summer. >> you want it to go slow. all right. so we have a fun show today. harry conick jr. is starting off our summer. he's performing for us later. that's always fun. >> he's got a new album out called "every man should know". >> i like him so much. there's something about him. he's authentic and real.
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>> he's a very talented guy. >> he's been married a long time wl a bunch of kids. he should know by now. >> so here's a question we have for you and i think we might know the answer. do you get enough sleep? >> last night between frank -- i think it was frank. it looked like frank. had a little sniffle thing. >> is that what it was? >> that was it. not quite that bad. but at 4:00 in the morning, that's what it feels like. usually bambino is like the best little dog. i think there's something wrong with that gland that dogs have. there they are. there are the culls. i had about three hours last night. >> what do you do? do you flip them? >> i'm so nice in the beginning. i'm gentle. just to see if he'll turn over on his own. even though i know he's not going to. then i'm just a little more aggressive.
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what? what? poor guy. >> but you're oblivious. it's a bad feeling. i found when you bounce your side of the bed, and then it just jolts him a little. >> who are you talking about? >> i was just describing what happened when there's someone next to you snoring and you don't want to wake him up. >> i'm sure you were talking about when you were in that bad marriage. that's what you were talking about. that's the only time you've ever been in bed with anybody else. just say so. >> so you're supposed to get seven or eight hours of sleep a night to function. we did a polls and 72% of people said they sleep between five and seven hours a night. i don't know how -- i know that 24 years ago out on a fun ship cruise somewhere off the coast of italy frank and i made cody, and all the sudden, hey, i'm looking at you miss bobby
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thomas, back from her honeymoon. even though she said it was jamaica. so i got pregnant. and it messes with your hormones so much. and i've literally not slept one night through in 24 hours. >> unbelievable. >> maybe i did when i had my feet operated on and i was on drugs. but honestly, i haven't. and i seem to function okay. >> you do? >> maybe you get used to it. but i couldn't function on the sleep you get. if i haven't eaten like all day, by the end of the day, everything is a hair trigger. no matter what somebody says to me, i get really irritated. and if i don't sleep. >> well, those are pretty big. >> so 23% of the people, only 23% say they get between 7% and 5%. >> i was reading my devotion the other day that said it's not really how you act in life. it's how you react.
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and it's like. you can be so nice to people and stop and give a homeless person money or buy them a cup of coffee. but somebody steps in line in front of you and all of the sudden you find out what you're really like. that really hit me hard. it was like, oh my gosh. i have work to do on myself. >> so we want you to take this quiz. i get a terrible angry feeling when somebody cuts me off or cuts in front of me. i want to eyeball the driver. >> i know, but i get the look of, i want to know what you look like next to me. >> i think it really is -- this is the way i explain it to myself so i don't want to commit harry kerry. don't want people to get ahead of them. and they don't want somebody to
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get the blame for something that they're not responsible for. so when somebody does something that's just so wrong, the innate sense is wait a minute, i want justice to be done. if you wait for justice in this world you're going to have a long wait. >> whether it's taking a parking space or anything. >> anything that's just not right. innately and immorally it's not right. >> my parents used to take that stand in parking spaces to save them. if they saw a spot over there, they're like, get out of the car. >> run over three egyptian children, they will. >> we stood in the space and waited until they made the loop like three losers standing in a space. they made us do that. >> would people scream at you? >> no, they wouldn't. we just stood there and wait until our parents made the loop. >> sometimes those loops are big. >> so here's the quick on sleep. this is how you know if you're lacking sleep. number one, do you sleep through the alarm clock or press snooz a
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lot? >> i don't have an alarm clock. >> you wake up? >> i hit snooze and i'm always scared when i do it. >> do you need caffeine to wake up in the morning? >> yes. >> yes. >> do you experience a mid afternoon slump? >> no, because i take a nap. >> do you turn down social engagements because you're tired at night? >> yes. i do. >> i turn them down because i really don't like people anymore. and there's nobody i want to spend time with. honestly. very few people. if regis calls all right, otherwise, i don't think so. stop it, kathie. you've got to learn to stop it. >> all right. do you fall asleep within five minutes after lying in bed? which is a bad sign? >> no. i fall asleep within three. >> all right. so anyway if you answer yes to those things, you're tired. >> i already told you that i was
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sleep deprived. i know it. >> now this is going to make us cr cr cranky. >> this was unjust. it was not our mistake. we love her. anyway, we're talking about the summer solstice. on wednesday in our news segment we asked when does the summer solstice occurred. and the guest said, it was when the sun reaches the highest point in the sky. which is correct. then she added it's also when the planet is closest to the sun. that's not correct. that's the winter. it's actually when the northern hemisphere tilts most directly toward the sun. the planet is actually closest to the sun in january. does that also remain true if you're in australia? >> i don't know. i don't know.
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>> northern hemisphere. >> stop it, kathie! you know what it's time for? bobbie's buzz. and you have never looked more beautiful. >> how was the honeymoon, by the way? >> it was awesome. we got to celebrate. the couple that introduced us, jamie and howie, we got to go to their wedding the very next weekend. they got ready at round hill in jamaica. so pretty. we stayed a few extra days. it's gorgeous. >> so what does michael say to you now when he sees you in the morning? >> he always wakes up and goes i love you. it's like a little thing we have. >> aw, he's so sweet. >> we got one out of two ended up making it. i feel really confident that you guys are going to make it. >> we are going to make it. i've waited this long.
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so we're going to make it. so the wedding had friends and family on my mind, and something i think you will approve of, i hope, you can use websites and apps to send cards to people. but they will actually get the physical card, kathie. clever bug and you can actually customize cards like this, because your birthdays are coming up in august. on your birthday drink responsibly, and then look at how cute this one is. >> that one i would like to see. and then omg. and then i have to show you guys because i loved all the cards that they made. happy birthday. hoda, i didn't forget you. happy birthday. >> these are adorable. and then this one. isn't this so cute? smu smile, you're on camera. and so what's really great about the cards is you can plan ahead
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for all the birthdays and anniversaries you don't want to forget. >> how do you get them online? >> you can make it on the website and set them up in time for the anniversaries and they mail it for you. and you can sign your own signature. >> that's great. >> this is a camera that i could have worn on my wedding day. they have white ones. it's for preorder now. it's all day long so you can capture all the moments. and this is a really cool idea. nicely noted for 18 will send you stationary so you can be reminded to keep in touch with people. >> no need to be rude and not send a thank you. >> we love you. >> congrats, congrats. so happy for you, honey. >> let's go over to sarah. we have babies to talk about. >> hi, gis. first up is a little lady with a lot of hair.
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adalyn joan johnson. she weighs 6 pounds, 11 poundses and was born in massachusetts on may 14th. mom jen's best advice to offer parents expecting, sleep while you can. next up is ethan starr. he was born on april 17th in the bronx, new york. his mom says there's no greater gift in life than being granted a parent. our next baby is gia christina. she was born in michigan on april 20th. they say every day since gia was born has been a new adventure. and a little man who looks like he smiles in his sleep. william lawrence chalfant. his parents kevin and kristen said they believe he's the cutest baby in the whole world. >> of course they do. >> big congratulations to all the babies. if you want a chance for your baby to appear, go online for
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you want to live in. i care about this town. i'm not going to be the thing that killed it. >> ooh, we like your action better. we like your real action. >> talk to me. >> yeah. >> when i talk like this. >> you're an actor. we get that. but we like the authentic you. >> there is no authentic me. >> come on me! >> you peel me back. i'm like an onion. honey mainly. >> congrats, though. we are excited. it's the highest rated scripted show. >> very fancy. on sci-f irk. >> we hit a home run, which is good. >> did you have a plan "b" just in case? >> i was going to become the cultural ambassador of australia. >> do you go back in work in august? >> yeah.
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>> what are you doing in the interim? >> i knocked over a few little movies, which is good? one in particular is swelter, which i did with the wonderful alfred mena. >> and he's one of the sweetest men. he's funny. he's delicious. >> he's a big fella, which i like. i like a big man. >> of course, you do. >> okay. and alfred linney james is just a gent. and wonderful actress. and jean claude van dam. >> you were mixing it up. now for about the show that is now in the second season. can you join in the second season and understand it? >> absolutely. right now we're probably in the last quarter of the season. and we're headed towards the
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cliff hanger. >> big reveal. >> so yeah, you can grab it at any time. it's true sci-fi in the sense that there's an incredibly rich back story in mythology. that's what science fiction fans demand. but what we try to do with the show is also make it incredibly immediate and successful and current. >> you know what is immediate and successful and current? >> what? >> pin camp. >> as the new cultural ambassador for australia, i want to teach you something that's going to carry you through the last of your life. this is the tin explosion. so we're going to take a tin tin. >> where do they sell these? >> you can get these in select stores around the united states. there are some things we export that we don't like. but this is one of the things that we very reluctantly send
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>> how to spice it up, rick. >> well, my go-to is the buck naked run-through. you run through naked and grab your clothes and then go out somewhere. it doesn't matter where because you're so excited afterward? >> hal, are you down with that? >> sure. my wife did something really cool where about 15 years of marriage, whenever we go on a date she gets ready in the kid's bathroom. so it's a reveal. you don't get to see how the sausage gets made. >> but you also get peanut butter. >> maybe you do plan to go out separately and meet. role playing. >> the role playing scene is fun. that is hot. >> i like the stranger danger version. where you arrive at a place separately and run the whole thing out. it just keeps it fresh. and try to go to new places all the time, too. >> we're going to get to you in a little bit. we're going to take a commercial break and we'll be right back in a little bit.
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later on today. fremont, 77, 84, livermore, 81, santa theresa. here is where it gets interesting. climbing in temperature for your saturday, then we bring in rain, a lot happening in the bay area. nascar, alameda fair. take you through your forecasts 11:00. check your drive. good morning, mike. >> show you this shot, take you through it full screen. we have the metering lights no one is waiting there 'cause the metering lights have been turned off. no backup at the toll plaza, good flow of traffic into san francisco. show you the south bay you north 101 recovering after an earlier crash on the roadway, just past the international airport in san jose. rest of the northbound routes looking good the last few minutes, marla. back to you. >> thanks, mike. top story at 11:00 this morning, we learned a major resource shift is about to get under way at the san jose police department to help reduce violent crime. this includes adding officers to the streets effective immediately. also, the creation of a new gang suppression unit. coming up at 111:00, we will
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talk to police about their new plan to fight gangs. we will see you in 30 minutes. at leaster we hope you'll join us then. we are back with more of "today" on our guys panel. >> we have our panel with us. let's go back across to sarah. hey, sarah. >> hi, guys. i have brian from maryland with a question about vacation. >> when you're on vacation with small children, how do you maintain quality time with your spouse? >> there is no such thing as a family vacation. there are family trips. that ain't a vacation. >> you may have to take grandma with you, so that she can watch the kids after hours. >> you have a different grandma in play. >> yeah, my mother is very good. she likes to go on the trips and
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i'll hang with the kids at night. i'll go on the trip. >> i think the best family vacation is where you leave the kids at home. nothing against the kids. take the kids on a trip, and then take your wife on another one. >> i have no kids, and i'm not married. just like texting over dinner, if you're having a family vacation you're with the family. the idea is to spend time together with everybody. >> here's a question from luis. this comes from jodi. here's her question. what goes through a guy's mind on the first date? what are you thinking right then? >> i'll tell you the truth. one of the things that i find to be the most attractive thing in the woman and every woman should spend their own time getting to know this is how much they know themselves. if they do, to me it's very sexy, i want to get to know more. >> not trying to please you. >> a confidence thing but not an arrogance thing. >> that's what makes them unique. finding themselves will make them different than anything else. >> it's the same thing with a
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man. >> absolutely. >> one weird or social situation on a blind date, is be more interested than interesting. >> is it true that the largest and most important sexual organ a man has is actually his ears? >> i think these guys are so much better adjusted than me. i feel like a cave man. you know, i love hearing really nice thing about myself. but i have to agree the most attractive thing on a date is somebody who is relaxed. relaxed with themselves. >> one thing i find with guys. is guys tend to mess up things by talk too much. women know what they want from you. you are either speeding up, getting what they want from you or vice versa or you are talking
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to much. be quiet and listen. >> i have a 10-year-old daughter who has already talked more in her life than i have. girls socialize by communicating. we socialize by banging things with a hammer until we're about 16. >> or just being in the room. guys, all we need to do is be in the room together. my brother, i love him to death. we're like, hey, nice play. not a will the of talking going on. >> sarah, we have another one from you. >> samantha from california. >> what is the nicest way to break up with a guy? >> i think the best way to break up with a guy is to give it to him straight. period. >> but don't hurt him. and don't say it's not you. it's me. >> wouldn't you rather hear a nicer let down? >> men actually take that as a lot more. never show him any affection again. >> you have to go and leave him.
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>> but should you say i'm busy lately? >> no! >> say i don't like your personality? >> say i'm busy lately with someone else. no, no. the kindest way is dear, baby, welcome to dumbsville, population you. >> seriously. >> we need that before. clearly. thanks guys. it's time for our he said/she said. we'll tell them which one wins. we like these two #. ♪ ♪ open up! we have come for the foul, unholy beast! the one with the red markings! the miracle whip? stand aside that we may burn it! [ indistinct shouting ] have you ever tried it? it's actually quite sweet. and tangy. ♪ i like sweet things.
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naturally beautiful results. from sparkling wine to rose, we're ready to play a game called he said she said with our two connoisseurs. >> leslie sparkle is the author of "wine for women" and ray is the editor for food and wine magazine. two of our favorite people on the planet. >> so how does this game go down? >> we have different kinds of wine, all great for summer. one is leslie's. one is mine. you get to vote on which is the best. >> so leslie is going to lead off with sparkling. >> you guys know me and my love of sparkling wine. when you're looking at sipers, you don't have to go for the big expensive champagnes. yo can go for something low
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alcohol. one is from california. one is from italy. they're both a little juicy, a little fruity. a little low alcohol. this one is called ooh la la. and it's sparkling pinot grigio. and then we have this beautiful moscato from italy. it's actually like candy in a glass if you ask me. >> that's my favorite. >> oh! >> and that one must be leslie's. >> leslie won. >> i love that. i love sweet. but it's beautiful. rose. i think it's like the ultimate picnic wine. goes great with grilled chicken, anything, potato salad. we have one from spain. old school. one from the central coast of california. it's really terrific. one is a little lighter.
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one of them is going to be a little lighter. >> i thought from the color i was going to like that one best. but any one's could be anyone's. >> and the all purpose summer siper. you know i have a tattoo of rose on my leg because i love it so much. >> i like that one. >> this is mine. >> and that's leslie's? >> and this is mine. both beautiful rose. >> all are very affordable. the wine we are coming to are $10, $12 each. >> now that's the perfect category for summer. you absolutely can. do it the way you like it. drink the red wine. >> it's been done. >> try this. we have a fantastic wine. this is a fabulous spanish wine. a little bit chilled down on this one. this is actually sangria.
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which means it has a lid. a little sweetener. it has real fruit juices and it's delicious when it's really chilled down. >> it's cold. but of these two at this temperature i'll take that one. >> excellent. >> it's a tie breaker ch we have about 20 seconds. >> terrific value. about three liters. comes in four bottles. bota box from california and powers from washington state. these are great for taking picnics, beaches, anywhere you can't use glass. >> i can't believe that comes for a box. can you? >> the boxed wines have really changed. there's good wines out there. >> not crazy about that. >> this is a harsh world we have going here. >> this one. >> this one is the winner. >> oh, no! >> we didn't know. we didn't know. so the winner is -- wow, leslie.
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today's travel is brought to you by choice hotel. the official hotel of summer. >> and it's time for today's travel and all-inclusive vacations and travel deals. they give you the biggest bang for your buckaroo. >> courtney scott is here can great summer escapes that won't break the bank. we're all looking for something affordable. >> that's right. first of all, you want to be flexible with the days you're traveling and the airports you're traveling to and from. secondly, look for extra bonuses and freebies in hotels and
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vacation packages. i brought a few samples. we're starting with orlando, florida. it's a high end property on a budget. $670 at the hilton bonnet creek in orlando. this includes a four-night stay for a family of four in august. au all-inclusive, $670. breakfast included. meals for the kids 12 and under with a paying adult. complimentary transportation to and from all the theme parks and there's a water park right there. >> where in august you'll intend most of your time. >> how about for folks who like a cruise? >> well, $899 from a round trip cruise from new york on the brand new norwegian breakaway. this has so many discounts and bells and whistles. $50 credit on a hotel if you book on travelocity. you have $200 credit on board to spend on spa treatments,
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cocktails, anything your heart desires. cake boss has his own bakery there. and broadway shows. rock of ages is on as well. >> what about those of us who like to go out west. have a vacation package in tucson, arizona. at the white stallion ranch. this is a vacation package, including a flight from l.a. and five-day, four-night stay. you're getting three meals a day included. all horseback riding and activities. there are so many. there's a petting zoo. late night bonfires, cookouts, barbecues, who wouldn't love that for the family. it's a little hot, but you'll get through it. >> on this you're getting a fourth night free at the santa barbara beach and golf resort on the beautiful island. this property is outrageously beautiful. it's 27 acre nature preserve. one of the longest white sand
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beaches in all of curasao. if you want to relax, you can. but there's a schedule full of activities. pilates, bocce ball, latin dance lessons and learn about the local language. i have a couple of words for you to learn. cheers is salud. if you want to call your sweetie, sweetie you can say -- >> that doesn't sound like you like him much. >> if you're looking for romance in the dominican republic, catalonia resort. you're staying in a jr. sweet. this is $830 for a flight and hotel vacation package. it's equipped with a terrace and marble bathrooms. the kids are not allowed. it's adults-only property. >> that's great. thank you. harry has a performance for us
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coming up but first, this is "today" on nbc. ♪
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♪ next week hollywood hunk channing tatum. >> plus the backstreet boys, funny man marlon wayans. >> before we head to the weekend we're going to leave you with grammy and emmy and tony award nominee harry connick jr.
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good morning and thanks for being wuss. i'm marla tellez. jon kelley has date off. we begin with new details about the san jose police department's new effort to fight gang violence it includes bringing back a gang suppression unit. nbc bay area's christie smith joins us live in san jose where officers just went into a detailed description about this crime fighting effort. christie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, marla. san jose police say the recent gang-related death of a 16-year-old boy was just one more reason to go ahead and launch this gang crackdown. they say they have seen an increase in violence, a lot tied to two street gangs that have been around for decades and they have ties to the prison system.


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