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>> what led to that capture. >> soaring to an all-time high as americans looook to anoththe wild ride on wall street. what is being done to get families back on track. and a bitter battle. growing demonstrations at the home supreme court justice alito. lawmakers on both sides say that process crosses the line. fanning the flames to even more. police revealing new details linked to mysterious deaths of three americans at the same
luxury resort in the bahamas. where the investigation stands. royal absence. the queen missing a london tradition this morning for the first time in nearly 60 years. what the palace is saying about mobility issues and what it could mean for her ceremony next month. jaw-dropping. andy warhol painting soling for nearly $200 million. inside, the record smashed along the way. this is tuesday, may 10, 2022. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is today from studio 1a. good to see you.
7:00 a.m. on the west coast. tuesday morning. savannah is off, craig is off. look here is here? mr. tom. >> good to see you. >> first time to host with you. let's get to the details of that stunning man hunt that began april 29 when inmate and officer walked out of jail in alabama. >> 11 days and they made their way across multiple states where they were you were spotted in indiana. ending in a crash. vickie white pronounced dead at an indiana hospital. let us get started with nbc's sam brock. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. with authorities closing in, the duo decided to make one last run
for it. u.s. marshal service and law enforcement using police work to track them down here to evansville, indiana. casey white is back behind bars. vickie white, the correction's officer is dead. >> the suspects from alabama. >> u.s. marshal service following following a roughly 10-minute pursue, the smashed cadillac rammed by task force members with casey in the passenger seat >> they intercepted and collided with them to try to end the pursuit. video show the police cars rushing in and authorities detaining a suspect. they didn't hear any gun shots, it soon become clear she fired a single bullet into her head. >> we could hear her saying she
had her finger on the trigger. >> and saying casey got out of the house, surrendered saying, please help my wife, she shot herself >> bought a pickup truck and ditched it at a car wash >> i noticed a black pickup truck. my first thing, this is the guy from alabama >> tracking the pair to a local hotel parking lot. the car chase lead to their capture. over. just facing murder charges for the 2015 murder. her son relieved the man hunt is over
officials now vowing casey will be brought to justice. >> he will stay in handcuffs and shackles he wants to sue me for violating his civil rights, so be it he's not getting out of this jail again next day or two. authorities believe they were up in that hotel for six day consecutive and planned on spending weeks there. >> let's get more details behind that chase joining us is dave wedding, the sheriff of vanderburgh, government morning it sounds like they had been in evansville, could be six days, l a week tell us who spotted them and how you finally made that catch? >> well, yesterday morning, members from the u.s. marshal's service out of the state of alabama and mississippi met with
my deputies, and our marshals task force i want to clarify, the u.s. marshal task force is comprised of member of the sheriff's office, the police department and indiana state police so we had a lot of local law enforcement involvement in this capture, but we were interviewing people, reviewing surveillance videos, and it seemed we came up with certain leads to track the people down based on the vehicle being spotted on may 3rd, while everyone was at our operations center, and there was a police officer located a vehicle that matched the description of the one that they had exchanged on may the 3rd. we went to investigate, which led to the chase. >> sheriff, take us into that chase, right we saw how it ended there. what does your officers tell you? what does they discover once that car flipped over? >> well, the pursuit was very
short. it went up a major artery here in the county. they cut across a parking lot at a large factory. they were in a grassy area, so three of our task force members actually rammed the vehicle and pushed it into a ditch so that it ended up on its side. as they approached the vehicle, it was obvious the female driver was unconscious, and still had a weapon in her hand they removed the murderer from the vehicle simultaneously >> okay. sheriff, according to the u.s. marshal's office, when casey came out of the car, he said this -- please help my wife, she just shot herself in the head and i didn't do it just to clarify, how are you certain it was in fact suicide, and were to the married, as far as you knew? >> my understanding, they are not married, they just shared the same last name the coroner's office will do an
investigation and they will determine if it was a self-inflicted gunshot wound the initial indication is that it was, but we won't rule anything out until we have a thorough investigation by the coroner. >> sheriff, thank you so much. we appreciate your time this morning. we want to turn to another major headline we're following this morning the growing concern surrounding your money and the state of the nation's economy americans are waking up to a new report when it comes to ga
index. tom? >> morgan, thank you. a new wave of attacks in with programs like medicare and ukrain social security. e overnight. saying that russia new wave of attacks in ukraine. russia firing on the key port of odesa. this war is showing no signs of slowing down. officials claiming that russia is using new more powerful artillery aimed at the port city >> as russia's victory parade presses on
striking targets including hotels and a shopping mall officials say russia's new evasive hypersonic missiles were used as the united states dug deeper into the conflict. president biden signing the lend lease act into law aimed to stream line support for ukraine and urging congress to pass another $40 billion in funding and sealing off the u.s. embassy. a handful of u.s. diplomats have returned to kyiv >> i hoef hope it sends the message the united states is here we are hindu crane working hard to give ukraine everything it needs to fight the war against russia >> as the war wages on in the south.
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they say entirely capable of taking a tank you ot we have a lot more to uncover. alarming turn of scenes like this activists protesting at the home of alito good morning to you. >> good morning. these protests have become increasingly personal going from the steps of the supreme court to the homes of several justices themselves showing nearly two-thirds of the country supports keeping roe in place. >> reporter: the latest sign of a deeply divided nation. >> i'm very upset the minority
is making the decision for the majority it is wrong. this whole thing has become political. >> protesters taking their fight to the home of justice alito author of the decision that could overturn the right to an abortion >> protesters descend to the home of justice alito and cavanaugh. >> it is the attempt to interrupt the rule of law with the rule of mob. >> immediately introducing security for the justices and their families a much different fate than the one likely awaiting democrats had they tried to pass a bill sealing abortion rights into
law. that bill almost certain to fail but will force senators to make a decision on the record >> they can't duck it anymore. >> shifting from the nation capitol to the state capital in georgia, laying the groundwork to strengthen abortion laws already on the books. >> do you expect more will come when it comes to strengthening these laws >> next goal, restrictions on abortion pilled by mail. >> it would outlaw them by mail. it means you would have to have a doctor's visit and then go on to receive by mail >> many states ready to go to limit access it comes down to a question of enforcement. two attorney generals say they do not plan to enforce those laws if roe v. wade is overturned
how about a first check of the weather. where are you? out in miami beach >> we are down in miami. taking part in the as spen institute climate conference we are talking all different things we'll be interviewing form google ceo about how technology can help let's show you what we've got going on today a tale of the coasts where it is cooler at the coast. breezy conditions along the eastern seaboard looking for cool, breezy conditions and showers we have rip currents and beach erosion along the southeastern coast and down to miami. we move to the west, look at the daily record highs
heat index in mid to upper 90s look at this stretching all the way from houston up to parts of the midwest and st. louis that will last right into the weekend. the good news wee we'll be looking at warmer conditions into the eastern seaboard with temperatures in the 70s and 80s down to richmond we'll get to your local forecast in the next 30 secononds good tuesday morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall.
we're going to see a chance of showers today, especially for the north bay and the santa cruz mountains. otherwise, we're looking at sunshine and our high temperatures headed for the low 60s. we will be warming up heading closer to the weekend and by saturday, upper 80s in the forecast. it's going from winter to summer, all over the course of a few days and we're going to see san francisco warming up as well, really nice weekend ahead with highs in the low 70s on saturday. and that is your latest weather. guys >> al, we'll check back in a bit. coming up, new details on the americans who died under mysterious circumstances a the americans that died under mysterious circumstances in the bahamas.
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good morning to you. it is 7:56. i'm marcus washington. here's a look at what's happening now. >> reporter: i'm bob redell. chp needs your help solving another shooting on a bay area freeway, the recent shooting happened yesterday afternoon at 4:30, on interstate 80 near the alamo exit in vacaville. chp says someone fired several shots at this honda sedan. you can see the bullet holes on the driver's side of the vehicle. at least one shot hit a 7-year-old boy who was riding in the back seat, taken to the hospital, fortunately his injuries are non-life-threatening. meteorologist is tracking kari hall is tracking the numbers. >> we are seeing scattered showers across the region, not happening right now in the bay area but there will be that chance that we could see that rain popping up at any point
today especially for the cruz mountains at noon as well as parts of the north bay and we're going to see the chance of showers off and on especially for the north bay, maybe some small hail and thunderstorms again today like what we can around santa rosa, that extends up toward ukiah and fairfield, watching the region for some heavy rain that will quickly taper off and then it's all quiet the rest of the forecast after getting that chance of showers, highs in the low 60s today. we'll see highs up to the low 80s by friday and upper 80s for saturday for the inland areas. marcus? >> thanks, kari. we'll have another local news update coming up for you in 30 minutes. see you back here next. nextt "calalifornia liveven to hulu dadance as the taste of hahawaii comomes to thee san frfrancisco babay. plusus "new yoyork times"" best selling a author ian smith dish now ways to add more plant power to your diet. that's this morning at 11:30 on "california live."
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it is a huge thing >> you are sweet to check in >> love you, savannah. love your show our news at 8:00. this morning the 11-day man hunt for an accused killer and forme >> we are going to senld you another mug. to a >> the 11-day man hunt is over >> good morning. >> a rough week. 10 minute long pursuit off a local highway that ended an 11-day long man hunt that happened without him firing a single shot. the only person to fire a weapon was vickie white who appeared to have taken her own life. for so many people wondering how authorities tracked these guys down i spoke with u.s. marshal and they said on saturday, they
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the pair flees it ends more than a mile away. authorities there pinned them in smashed the side of the car were able to get casey to surrender safely no police or civilians injured >> so many answers still thank you. a tough day on wall street after the dow drops. the third losing session in a row. >> looking on to inflation later today. >> once again, cases are climbing coast to coast as prom and graduation season gets under way. travel season is looming
we are joined with more. good morning new york city has just listed vaccine requirements to attend prom and others are urging students to test often as cases are rising in every state and their growing worry and the spread of the contagious sub variant >> the fifth covid wave surges across the country >> all but two states and washington, d.c. are seeing a rise but covid relates deaths are down 12%. a cases nationwide up 50%. hospitalizations are up but
deaths are down asymptomatic new york governor at home with a positive test. >> we are a far better place because those restrictions were put in place initially because we didn't have vaccinations. we have so much now. >> uncertainty for graduation season lifting the vaccination requirement with public school proms. in hawaii, outbreak associated with two high school proms >> we are not asking people to cancel weddings or proms we do want to take care of each other. the world is looking now to south africa their positivity rate a
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celebrating nurses as we celebrate national nurse's week. >> the story is from my home tone >> it is a really heart warming story on the bond that can form. the little ones can bring out the biggest hearts >> they say sometimes during the darkest moment, then, you will see the light. >> i said cassidy is our angel on earth that's what she is >> gabriella of staten island thought they are son had a bad case of covid when she brought him to the doctor in 2020. >> the physician came back and
said we've contacted oncology. that's when i knew our lives were about to stage. >> diagnosed with stage four neuroblast oklahoma. a rare form of cancer. rushed by ambulance for to memorial sloane cancer >> we went from one day celebrating him being potty trained to fighting cancer with him. >> they were taken into the emergency room where they would meet the nurse they would call their angel. >> she had all this energy and lit up the room. we were like, this is going to be okay. >> for the next six months, pediatric oncology nurse would not leave his side >> i feel like we were meant to find each other somehow. >> playing spiderman shaving his head with when the chemo started to take effect
>> he stands on the bed and kisses me on the lips. >> his mom goes, excuse. he goes, what? she's my girlfriend. >> two rounds of surgery, five rounds of chemo and removing one kidney this is roco today a healthy four-year-old. he loves running and jumping and driving his electric scooter and cassie who we are going to surprise him with today at the hospital >> hi, how are you >> i can't believe he just jumped in my hearts. is he a huggy kid? >> he is it was two years i remember praying over him and
wondering if he was ever going to come back out i'm so sorry >> here you stand with a four-year-old boy. hi >> he's energetic, happy and strong >> a happy little boy deserving of a surprise. >> i have a surprise for you you ready? >> open your eyes. >> she surprised you >> who is that is that your girlfriend. >> the bond between these two unbelievable >> what is the magic fairy dust you sprinkle >> smiling and being there for the families >> something unique and appealing about you.
we know what medicine does but there is something else that plays into kids. do you ever feel that responsibility >> it is the greatest honor to be with them and go with it. we'll be close from now until forever. it is amazing. >> a partnership starting in a child's darkest hour bonded for life by a nurse's magic medicine love and it is incredible. and they do that. and, you know, this is one child. >> yes. >> cassie, you just feel it. they do that and this is just one child. >> yes
>> we want to send our love. coming up tomorrow, graduation day. we are filling up the plaza with the school of nursing class of 2022 from montclair state university for their pinning ceremony a special tradition nor nursing students >> time for another check of the weather from al in my neck of the woods. miami beach, mr. roker >> i need you to give me a couple of lunch places i can go to tom i'll be talking with former google ceo talking about climate change starting off with satellite radar making its way through the rockies. showers and thunderstorms in the plains some severe weather there
later today. looking at 90s and triple digits for today, we are looking at severe storms in the midwest through the southwest. record lows in northern good morning, i'm meteorologist kari hall. we have a chance of scattered showers possibly some thunderstorms today. as we only see our high temperatures headed up for about the low 60s today. but it will start to warm up tomorrow into thursday. and for friday, it is going to feel more like summer with a high of about 80 degrees. really warm weekend ahead with saturday's inland valley reaching 87. and for san francisco, it is cool and breezy and only 57 today. but we are going to see milder weather for the end of the week into a sunny and warm weekend. that's your latest
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good morning, it is 8:26. i'm kris sanchez. the south bay's largest water district appears ready to crack down on water wasters. rally board members today will debate creating a drought enforcement team. not enough people are following the cutback requests. if agency leader as prove the so-called water police, it could start enforcing by the end of the month. first warning customers but then eventually fining them up to 5 hup dollars per violation. boy that, will make you wish for rain for sure, kari. >> and what we're seeing is definitely not enough to put a dent in the drought. the rain has been so hit or miss. that only a few spots have really seen this rain in the past 24 hours. but there is that chance today
that where we do see the rain in parts of solano, and napa and lake county, we could definitely see some brief heavy downpours an more hail and we saw that yesterday up around santa rosa. watch out for that chance again today. into tonight, things calm down but after that we're in for some warm and very dry conditions with temperatures heating up into the inland areas into the upper 80s for saturday. san francisco today windy and cool. highs in the upper 50s. but it does look nice and comfortable just in time for the weekend. >> thank you. and we have more local news in just a half an hour. have a great tuesday morning.
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battles with ms and alcohol. it is raw, it is emotional. a way we haven't seen selma in a long time. savannah's b mr. mayor. >>. >> savannah has been looking forward to this interview. we'll get a look at this >> i'm coming back to get a little hunk of that. in the meantime, i'll show you what we have for today cooler along the mid-atlantic coast. rip currents along the southeast. record highs from texas to the plains for tomorrow, starting to inch its way to the east. good tuesday morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. we have much cooler than normal weather for us today. breezy winds and a mostly sunny
sky. but we'll also have a chance of spotty showers and possibly some thunderstorms in the santa cruz mountains and in the parts of the north bay. heads up about that but then the rest of the forecast is quiet as our temperatures warm up. we're going from low 70s to upper 80s for saturday and for san francisco still that chance of rain, upper 50s today but 72 on saturday. that is your latest weather.
taking care of family and sometimes we put off taking care of our own needs when it comes to your health, there are things you should never ignore we are busy. we mutt our kids first, our work, husbands or spouses. when we feel something isn't right, we think this will pass just wait a few days >> that's not incorrect a lot of time there is no duration of a symptom that makes it a red flag other than crushing chest pain, some things can wait there are very benign explanations for a lot of things and more serious the last message listen to your bodies. ladies, we get gas lit a lot in the doctor's office. if you feel something isn't right, get it checked.
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go right away or what should you do? >> for most of us in medicine. shortness of breath and chest pain are two red flag symptoms that. fur triaging someone, better to be safe than sorry. maybe you have a new allergy and asthma and that is not acute. not cardiac in origin. maybe you have an allergy and it is not acute >> jaw pain. you feel it is stress related. tmj, joints that connect the jaw to the skull grinding your teeth can cause that jaw pain you can get arthritis. jaw pain 30 seconds into chewing could indicate a serious inflammation in the blood vessels. think lumps. heart attack jaw pain
for women especially it doesn't always present with chest pain you can have pain that radiates to the jaw or down the arm if you are having unexplained left-sided jaw pain. and shingles neuralgia causing facial pain that can be diagnosed and treated. >> this one will hit a lot of frequent fatigue >> fatigue is probably the most subjective complaint that can mean something different to everyone. i like the first two because these are pretty different to diagnose and remedy. depressiond history by your fa feeg happens to be one of the
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there was a carly simon album about letters never sent or comments not delivered that could have changed a trajectory of a relationship or love affair what if it was a speech never delivered that could have changed history. >> history has a way of holding on to words uttered in crisis. >> december 7, 1941, a date which will live in infamy. >> and in times of promise >> ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country >> what of the words not spoken? the march on march 1963, preceding dr. king, john lewis determined to speak his truth.
>> he said patience is a dirty and nasty word he said, i don't know if i can support kennedy's civil rights bill because it is too little and too late >> the never heard speeches that would rewrite history. >> all of these things are what people felt. they asked him to tone it down he said, you haven't seen what i have seen. >> lewis arrested. moments before he speaks, he has a change of heart. >> he retreats to the back of the lincoln memorial where he's sitting under the arm of lincoln reworking his speech >> the speech has less anger but no less passion. >> all over the nation, joining the march for freedom. >> uncompromising. dr. king finished the mfrp with a dream. >> a professional speech writer, most recently wrote speeches for
president biden. he started with vice president al gore in the 1990s >> we think history happened the way it happened because that's how it had to happen but no, there are moments every day history hangs in the balance. >> or in gore's case, a hanging chad >> what if prince henry had not abdicated. he prepared a speech >> the prime minister called and said if the king comes walking on your door wanting to give a radio address, don't let him do it >> edward finally caves. >> after he an dig indicats, his
first trip was to germy, he gives a nazi salute. invasion. and dwight eisenhower. >> he changed the troops have been imagine if he had not abdicated. >> he changed the troops have been withdrawn to, i have withdrawn the troops he wrote in, the decision is mine alone this colorful illustration about leadership which is, you do something, you take responsibility for it >> wouldn't that be something. >> responsibility, honesty two words at times feel lost in history. >> i wonder the truth is a lot more than most people want to handle >> give people the truth in a way they can understand and trust and hope and pray they'll make the right decision. >> there are several examples in
the book of people that wanted to tell the truth but were censored like, we are not ready. >> that eisenhower footage of the speech >> this guy was a speech writer and worked for al gore in that world, a lot of stories get told the speeches are interesting it is the homework that goes around there was a governor in illinois in the late 1800s who had pardoned some wrongly convicted criminals. they said, you are never going to get reelected he didn't. back then, the custom was to speak at the next inauguration he wanted to say, we are too partisan we need to work together more. he never got to say that coming up next, if you want
and we are back with cook you may have seen him on top chef opened five restaurants all before turning 30. my america, recipes from a young black chef this book had been basically your lifeline. >> for sure. it is my version you take your whole history from nigeria, the car ibbean and the bronx. >> when you are a kid, you are
not acting like, what ethnicity is this? that was american to me. >> what do you remember being in little jamaica in the pronch making this food >> jerk chicken. i remember sitting on the side of the road eating jerk chicken out of the barrel. >> what is jerk sauce. it started as an act of preservation it has so many different layers of flavor. j it starts with a marinade. it is smoked >> i remember making this from scratch. a scott bonnet puree we have thyme. a blender. ginger, soy, allspice, bay leaf
and clove. then the sauce comes out like this >> is it in the barbecue sauce family >> no. but you can make a barbecue sauce like we are going to do now. you have onions and garlic add in brown sugar add the jerk >> we went to spring break in miami. the weather was so bad, we had to divert to nigril. that's where i tasted jerk the first time >> that's why i wrote the book, this is america. >> the difference between mine, i like to brine my chicken
overnight brine. the flavors in there as well we are in the studio >> you got to add some smoke >> what kind of smoke chips do you like >> i like pimento wood >> never heard of it >> our plates are almost empty >> we need more. >> a lot of times jerk chicken is too wet there is too much jerk sauce >> when do you it properly, it is so juicy. >> what is properly. >> smoke it, make the seasoning from scratch to build those layers of flavor >> we have to plug the family reunion. >> it is this four-day food
festival at the sal mander resort and spa the best chefs and entertainers. tickets drop today >> of course they do >> i want to see all of you. >> what is the side dish by the way? >> sauted cabbage and carrots. >> you know what we need some grump bunch >> looking forward to family reunion. looking forward to the family reunion. the recipe today check out today. we are back with our third and fourth hours including performance from josh grobin thank you kwame. first local news and weather >> insane. i want more.
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