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>> pretty good, cough, cough. >> we've got the hot coffee -- >> kleenex. >> thanks for coming back. good to see you. >> it's good to be back. >> we'll be back at 7:25 with our half hour updates. >> have a great day. bye-bye, be he good morning. racial ri venchl? new evidence this morning sh good morning. racial revenge? new evidence this morning showing those deadly shootings in oklahoma may have been motivated by hate. as the two suspects get ready to face a judge in court, did one of them leave a racially charged message on facebook warning of the rampe? "today" exclusive, the cheerleader and former teacher accused of sexually abused of one of her students comes to her defense. why she's coming forward now as new video emerges of them in harder times. and tough but fair. tributes pouring in for legendary journalist mike wallace. tom brokaw is here to share his thoughts on his friend "today,"
tom brokaw is here to share his thoughts on his friend "today," monday, april 9th, 2012. captions paid for by nbc-universal television and welcome to "today" on this monday morning, i'm ann curry. >> i'm david gregory. matt has the morning off this morning. i guess this is a question of hate now in these crimes, a shooting spree in tulsa, oklahoma. the two men who have been arrested in connection with this spree, they shared a house, both are white, the victims, of course, african-american. >> which is something to be investigated. officials believe that one of the suspects may have been trying to avenge this father's murder by a black man. and they are taking a close look at some alarming posts on what appears to have been that man's facebook page. details on that in a live report coming up straight ahead. and also, ann, coming up
this morning, a lot of churches packed them in on easter sunday, particularly. but at one outdoor service in texas, 15,000 people showed up. the fact that quarterback tim tebow was the guest speaker may have had a little something to do with that. we're going to get you caught up on what he had to say at that event. >> he does draw a crowd. and what does it take to get your family ready for the day? well, savannah guthrie is spending the morning at the arkansas home of the duggars to find out just how jim bob and michelle make it work with 19 kids. and right now, as you can see, she's heading into one of the kids' bedrooms. where it looks like they're already dressed. well, one of them isn't. there she is. >> i have three kids and i mean, i feel totally inadequate when i complain about what goes on in my house in the morning. looking at that. >> i know. but they're pretty calm. >> look at that. >> yeah. >> anyway we're going to find out how it works for them and maybe it will inspire the rest of us. but let's begin this morning with police now investigating that deadly shooting rampage in tulsa, oklahoma, as a hate crime. nbc's gabe gutierrez is in tulsa this morning with more on this story.
hey, gabe, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, ann. the two suspects are being arraigned right now. police are now investigating what are some recent facebook posts might help reveal a motive behind this deadly shooting spree. ♪ >> reporter: mixed emotions on easter sunday in tulsa. >> this is an entire community that is being attacked right now. >> reporter: grief for the shooting victims, but relief that two suspects have been arrested after a shooting spree that left three people dead and two others wounded on good friday. according to the police, none of them knew each other. all of them, black men. >> it sickens me. it angers me. this is not what tulsa, oklahoma, is about. >> reporter: police say the suspects were roommates. 32-year-old alvin watts and 19-year-old jake england. both are charged with multiple counts of first-degree murder. >> we're going to let the evidence take us where we want to go.
there are other motivations than race sometimes in these kinds of incidents and we're going to look at all of it. >> reporter: including this, a facebook page appearing to belong to one of the suspects. a status update posted hours before the first shooting mentions the two-year anniversary of his father's murder. the post used a racial slur to describe the killer. another entry posted friday says, in part, if something does happen tonight, be ready for another funeral later. >> this is where we can't afford to make mistakes. it is very premature to talk about hate crimes. we have yet to analyze all the information. >> in my 23 years of law enforcement, i don't think i've ever seen any crime as heinous as this. >> reporter: a crime that's still being investigated. police arrested the pair early sunday following several dozens of tips from the public. those led investigators to a burnt pickup that belonged to
one of the suspects. that vehicle had reportedly been spotted at the crime scene. ann? >> such a troubling story. gabe gutierrez, thank you so much this morning. more news ahead here. we want to check in on the day's other top stories. natalie morales is back at the news desk. >> welcome back. >> thank you, ann and david. good morning to you guys once again. good morning, everyone. we begin in north korea where this morning south korean intelligence officials say pyongyang may be preparing for a thor a third nuclear test. this as the country gets ready for a rocket launch that has the u.s. concerned. nbc's chief foreign correspondent richard engel is in pyongyang with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, natalie. today, north korea began what will be two weeks of official celebrations here. it's all designed to reinforce the transition of power from the late kim jong il to his song, kim jong un. in one of pyongyang's main squares today, a sea of people expressed joy for their great leader and eternal president.
and praise for his descendants. what stirred their excitement was this. a giant mural unveiled today of the late kim jong il. and when the assembly was over, the thousands just walked away. orderly, no trash left behind, uniformed schoolchildren, families and workers, simply left. in a nearby park, accompanied by a government minder, kim wang yong says that everyone supports the state. you think it's a good system for north korea? >> everybody understands and they uphold the line of our party. >> reporter: this weekend, journalists were taken by train to a military base to see this. north korea says it's an observation satellite that will soon launch into orbit. officials say it will circle the earth for two years. controversially, it will be blasted off by a rocket.
north carolina calls this the unha 3. it is a powerful, three-stage rocket, liquid fueled as far as we know with enough lifting force to carry a 1,000-pound payload. u.s. officials worry it could easily be converted into an intercontinental ballistic missile, a rocket that could reach the continental united states. the site's director says the united states has nothing to fear. >> no. it cannot be used for military use. >> reporter: back on the train, nbc space analyst jim oberg gave us his assessment. >> the design has weapons potential, serious weapons potential. probably it's already 98% of a weapon. >> reporter: if successful, north korea says the satellite will monitor the weather and track forest fires. but it could also advance this nation's long-range rocket capability. despite international condemnation, north korea says it will go ahead with its satellite launch sometime between the 12th and the 16th of this month. natalie? >> richard engel, fascinating reporting there inside pyongyang. thanks so much.
the u.s. has handed over authority to carry out military raids in afghan homes to afghanistan with the u.s. now only in a supporting role. the nighttime raids to root out insurgents are widely resented by afghans. a new study finds women who are obese during pregnancy are 67% more likely to have an autistic child and double their risk of having children with other developmental delays. experts say more research needs to be done, but it could be one of several contributing factors to autism. and bubba watson is seeing a lot of green this morning after an amazing shot out of a bed of needles at augusta nationals winning the masters in a sudden death playoff. watson donned the champion green jacket and took home about $1.4 million. he says he doesn't know how he did it, doesn't even remember the last nine holes, and that he was nervous at every shot. it's always the perfect fit. that's what's amazing. 7:08 right now. back to ann and david. custom made for them. >> i know. right after that playoff, they
turn it right around. >> can you imagine, though, doing all of that measuring ahead of time, and you don't know whether you can wear it? >> great finish. great finish. let's get a check of the weather. and, al, by the way, is still celebrating easter at the white house this morning. hey, al. >> that's right. in just about half an hour, they'll start the 134th annual white house easter egg roll. the first family will be celebrating and hosting that. we'll give you a little more details on that. we have some of our friends, the official easter bunnies and easter eggs behind us right now. of course, we've got some severe weather to worry about in the southern plains. we've got a lot of moisture flowing up into texas, oklahoma, mississippi, and into arkansas. a strong upper level jet coming across. and that means we have a risk of strong storms from oklahoma city into abilene, and a strong risk in parts of central oklahoma as well. look for isolated tornadoes possible later this afternoon on into this evening. that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods.
well, it's a cool and partly cloudy start to the workweek. good morning, i'm christina loren, we are slated to hit the 70s later on especially in the south bay where we're going to see the most sunshine. 71 in san jose, about 71 in livermore today and bayside, 65 degrees in san francisco. we've got rain on the way as of late afternoon in the north bay. many showers start to push to the south as we head through the overnight hours with greater bay area seeing those showers as of tomorrow morning. >> that's your latest weather. that's your latest weather. what's wrong with this picture? i'm in washington, and david's in new york. what's up with that? >> i think we crossed, al. thanks very much. it is expected to be a big week in the investigation into the shooting death of trayvon martin. a special prosecutor could present her findings to the grand jury as early as tomorrow. nbc's kerry sanders is in sanford, florida, with the latest this morning. good morning, kerry. >> reporter: good morning, david. there are few public records to review in this case, and now there are none on government websites because the special
prosecutor ordered the city of sanford to take all of the public records associated with the trayvon martin case down. those marching to keep attention on the trayvon martin shooting death asked why did the initial investigation conclude so quickly? 45 days ago, it took just seven hours and 50 minutes for sanford police and the state attorney to let george zimmerman go home. and within the week, the state attorney had ruled gunman george zimmerman feared for his own life and should not be charged in the shooting death of trayvon martin. >> we expect it to be a just and fair and equal investigation, the way that all victims should be treated. and all investigations should be treated. >> reporter: several veteran florida homicide detectives interviewed by nbc news say they believe that timetable appears unusually quick. among the standards analyzed in a fatal shooting investigation, a complete autopsy report with toxicology tests. but experts consulted by nbc
news say scientifically, that full report could not have been completed in such a short period of time. >> when a man with a gun kills someone who is unarmed it certainly should take a lot more than seven hours to reach the bottom line as to whether there's a crime. >> reporter: sanford police and the state attorney would not comment about the timing, and anything else associated with this case. sanford's major crimes division has five detectives. two years ago, in the next door town of lake mary, that city's five-member homicide unit investigated another shooting. no charges were filed against the gunman in that case. but lake mary police called in the county sheriff's department with its fully-staffed crime lab to assist in the investigation that lasted 16 days. in trayvon martin's death, sanford's homicide detectives asked for no help at all. a special prosecutor involved in this case could present her findings to a grand jury as
early as tomorrow. david? >> kerry sanders, thank you. we have george zimmerman's attorneys here this morning. good morning to both of you. nice to have you both here. >> good morning. >> when do you expect to meet with mr. zimmerman face-to-face? and are you getting closer to the point where you think it would be beneficial to have him tell his story publicly? >> well, two things. number one, we expect to meet with him very soon, perhaps this week. in terms of the timing for when he's going to be able to tell his story, we're constrained. we've got a special prosecutor still in the process of completing an investigation. the last thing we want to do is good sideways with her or do anything that would compromise her decision making process. so we've got a little problem with that. as soon as he is either dismissed or they decide not to charge him or eventually he is vindicated, it will come out. if he's charged, you won't hear from him until it's over. >> where is the real focus of
the investigation? will it be on this stand your ground law and whether it's applicable here? >> i think that's going to be one of the main things they are looking at, was it self defense. was the use of force lawful. and they are going back through all of the investigation. i think there are forensic reports, different articles of evidence that they are going to review, as well as statements made by the different witnesses as well as george zimmerman. >> one of the issues here is whether there was a rush to judgment, a rush to not arrest. is that going to be a factor here? why in such a short period of time did they make a decision that none of these factors being what they were would warrant additional questioning or even apprehension? could they make a decision that quickly that he was within the bounds of stand your ground? >> if you understand the law, you understand the rush to judgment was the rush to afterwards complain that he wasn't arrested. the florida statute actually prohibits law enforcement from making an arrest under circumstances where self defense is claimed, and it's not absolutely clear that the use of
force was unlawful. if you claim self defense, and some of the forensics support that, it will be improper to make a defense. we heard one of the attorneys for the family say, well, they should arrest him and let him prove in court he's innocent. it doesn't really work that way in this country. >> what is it that you think we're going to learn from the actual face-to-face encounter? >> that's going to be part of the investigation. and, again, we're not going to go into that part until it's released. people have jumped to conclusions. wrongful conclusions, i believe. and i think once the investigation comes out, i think the country will see why the sanford police department made the decision they did at the time. >> does mr. zimmerman regret, feel remorse, for what happened? >> he is remorseful for the unintended consequences for what happened out of this incident. he is distraught over the fact that a life was taken. he recognizes and we recognize that the martin family are going through excruciating pain and grief. we feel for them. we pray for them. we pray also for the zimmerman
family, that has been destroyed by this incident as well. >> more to come on this. thank you both very much. and once again, here's ann. on a lighter note, is this a tim tebow world and we're just living in it? you might think so judging from the size of the crowd he drew when he spoke at an easter service in texas over the weekend. natalie is now joining us with this story. good morning. >> 15,000 people showed up when he took to the stage at a church service in texas. and he talked about the two most important things in his life, football and faith. >> so do you guys love tim? come on, austin. let's hear it! >> reporter: tim tebow, known as much for his faith as his football, took center stage sunday in georgetown, texas. >> this is actually a first. but it's good, i'm excited to be here. >> reporter: the nfl quarterback was a guest speaker at celebration church's easter service. >> win or lose, i think it's still most important that regardless of what happens that
i still honor my lord and saviour, jesus christ. >> reporter: the outdoor event attracted a stadium sized crowd. >> it's great. >> once in a lifetime to see tebow. >> tim tebow is definitely someone who registers with the christian community. i think that it makes perfect sense if he's going to give a talk, you know, he's going to do it on easter. >> reporter: sunday's appearance is just the latest example of tebow's outspoken devotion. as a college star, he literally wore his faith on his face. and while the heisman can't do that in the nfl, he could still take a knee for a prayer as did the rest of the country, his ever-present field position became an internet craze as tebowing became part of the public lexicon. >> i'm pretty sure i'm not the first athlete that has gotten on a knee and prayed, but somehow it's known as tebowing. ♪ tim tebow >> jimmy fallon even got in on the craze on his late-night talk show.
recently traded to the new york jets, tebow will take a back seat to jets starting quarterback mark sanchez next season. new yorkers are mixed on the newest addition. >> right now, the verdict is out as to whether tebow is a better football player or a better christian. >> reporter: he has already embraced the metrosexual here side of manhattan, seen here getting a manicure last week. one thing is for sure, tebow's religious connection will remain forefront to who he is. >> whatever happens in life, good or bad, whether you're the hero or the goat, whether you like it or not, you know that someone has a plan for your life. >> and tebow told the crowd that it's ok to be outspoken about your faith. he also took a shot at his fellow professional athletes who insist they are not role models. yes, you are, he said. you're just not a good one. >> hey, there you go. ouch. >> and he's got a good message there. ism thanks so much, natalie. david? well, friends and colleagues are paying tribute to longtime cbs correspondent mike wallace
this morning. the award-winning journalist died on saturday at the age of 93, and nbc's tom brokaw is here with his thoughts. good morning. >> david, we all know that mine was a very tough, smart, and relentless interviewer. but as a friend and as a competitor, he was equally loyal. he was mischievous. and he was great company. he set the bar very high, very early, at "60 minute" and kept it there. for a long time, the most feared words in america were, mike wallace is on the phone, and he wants to talk to you. >> why would brian mcnamee want to betray you? >> that's not very nice. >> he was fearless. >> why are you so reluctant? >> even with friends. >> now you really didn't need that question. >> and unrelenting. >> i have no intention of leaving until you tell me what's on your mind. >> mike wallace did not retreat. >> i even asked eleanor roosevelt difficult questions, and she loved it.
>> i think that you will agree that a good many people hated your husband. they even hated you. >> well, a great many do still. >> his interview with the ayatollah was classic mike wallace. >> and he calls you, imam, forgive me, his words, not mine, a lunatic. >> myron leon wallace was born in brookline, massachusetts. a graduate of the university of massachusetts, he became an entertainer. but he became the wallace we knew on a different kind of television show where he developed his style. a style that he then brought to cbs news. >> good evening. this is "60 minutes." >> the wallace interviews were wide-ranging. >> you haven't answered the question, mr. president. >> you would love to control this piece. >> absolutely. are you kidding? >> wallace was not afraid to open up about his own life,
discussing his battle with depression, prompted in part by a $120 million liable suit that eventually was settled. >> what happened with me is that a marriage broke up. i had to move out of my house where i had lived for 22 years. and i was on trial for libel simultaneously. >> reporter: he stepped down in 2006, but continued to ask the tough questions. >> may i ask my questions, please, sir? >> reporter: in 2005, mike told nbc news that he'd like to be remembered by three simple words. >> tough but fair. and that really -- i mean, for a reporter, tough but fair. >> david, for the past three years, mike has been living in a facility in connecticut. he has been suffering from dementia. his family said he was very happy that chris, his son, who is with fox news, says that his dad remembered him and family
members not so much as work, and members of -- colleagues of his from "60 minutes" stopped going because mike just didn't remember who they were. >> difficult end. but you talked about the depression and what an important impact he had on the country talking so openly about it. >> he is very close friends with art buckwald and a novelist who were all suffering depression at the same time. they would go for long walks on the beaches of martha's vineyard and talk about it, and then they went public. and i think that they brought it out into the open. of course, it was funny because there was a book about it, and buckwald and wallace all complained, you made money off yours. >> i loved morley safer said that mike wallace took to heart the comfort the afflicted and afflict the comforted. >> he would do it anywhere. at a dinner party or anywhere else. what's going on, brokaw? >> we are back in just a moment.
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good morning, everyone. the time now is 7:26. i'm john kelley. nearly 200 people attended a candle light vigil to honor a father and daughter killed on a saturday morning bike ride. a 17-year-old driver was headed westbound near oak grove road when he hit a fire hydrant and struck the family. 41-year-old nuri died at the scene, his 9-year-old daughter died later at the hospital. the 12-year-old daughter was also with them suffering minor injuries. neighbors say they are still in shock. >> you know, i have two sons and a daughter.
and we've ridden down the same street on our bikes, and i ju just -- i feel like it could have been any one of us. >> so heart wrenching tragic there. and the driver was arrested on charges of vehicular manslaughter. police right now looking into the cell phone records to see if he was texting or talking on the phone before the crash. right now, let's get a look outside and say good morning to christina loren. >> good morning, john kelley. showers on the way as of tonight. you can see in the live picture over the city by the bay a beautiful start this morning, a mix of sun and clouds out there right now. let's get to your temperatures. as we head throughout the day today, we are talking about the 60s inland. couple of 70s, in fact. 71 degrees in san jose, 71 in los gatos. we've got an area of low pressure slated to bring the first showers to the north bay. and then that front will continuously slide to the south overnight bringing showers to the peninsula and the east bay. here in the south bay, we'll have to wait until tomorrow
morning we're talking about a washout for your tuesday. we'll continue to update you throughout the morning hours. right now, a check of your drive with mike. we're looking at a disabled vehicle reported on the upper deck as you're transitioning over to 101 in san francisco. normally a big concern, but right now clearing without any big backup. a lighter volume out to the east bay, as well. further south, this is an issue. alpine road at los trancos road. back to you. >> mike, thank you very much. and for the latest traffic and news updates check us out an nbcbayarea.com also on facebook. another local update in one-half hour from right now. see you then. [ male announcer ] a car is either luxury or it isn't. if you want a luxury car with a standard power moonroof,
7:30 now on this monday morning. it's the 9th day of april, 2012, and it is breakfast time at the duggar house. the question this morning that savannah's looking at is what does it take to cook a meal for 19 children? hey, savannah, got a clue yet about that? >> hi, ann. well, you see all these kids? they are hungry. it takes a lot to get them all fed. and wait till i show you what a feat of organization it is. we have 19 hungry mouths to feed, in a couple minutes. we'll show you how it gets done here at the duggars every day. you'll be amazed. >> i don't know. i think i'd probably be throwing
a bunch of bowls of cereal. >> my question is, is the dish washer ever off? or does it run continuously throughout the day. >> all will be revealed. >> oh, good, good. >> meantime inside studio 1a i'm ann curry alongside david gregory. matt has the morning off. we have a lot to get to, including cuteness. >> cuteness is on the schedule. because we've got the world's tiniest dog. there she is. beyonce. you're going to meet beyonce this morning. she was born four weeks ago weighing just one ounce. roughly the size of an iphone and she's got a big following online. she's also got an important mission which we will tell you about coming up. she is a survivor. >> i know. just like her name sake beyonce there. throw some down and shake those hips for us. we're going to find out also what can happen when some celebrities go too far to look younger and who's really to blame for cosmetic surgery mishaps? should doctors say no? and give -- or should they be giving these patients what they want? we're going to find out more about that coming up. >> very interesting. we are going to begin, however,
with new details on the nfl cheerleader and former high school teacher accused of having a sexual relationship with a teenage boy. nbc's jeff rossen spoke exclusively to one of her fellow cheerleaders. jeff, good morning. >> hey, david, good morning to you. look, we've heard a lot about sarah jones lately. most of it bad. all of it from prosecutors here in kentucky who say that she committed a sex crime. sexually abusing a teenage boy, and they say they have the evidence to prove it. now, sarah has remained silent. she hasn't talked. neither have her friends. until now. this morning, new details from one of sarah's closest friends. and a fellow bengals cheerleader, opening up for the first time in an emotional interview. >> first stop new jersey. >> reporter: it is sarah jones like we've never seen her before. behind the scenes. >> i want to thank you for our family here to support us. >> reporter: with the other bengals cheerleaders. >> take care of us, and take care of us as we perform, take care of our families. >> reporter: on a recent team
trip, sarah is playful. and giving. flying to iraq last year to see the troops. apparently they liked her. but prosecutors say this is the same woman, the same bengals cheerleader, who got into a sexual relationship with a teenage boy. one of her own students, when she was a high school english teacher. now charged with first degree sexual abuse -- >> i'm cheryl jones. >> reporter: her mother charged with covering it up, both pled not guilty. >> we're family. she's kind of like a baby sister to me. >> reporter: lindsay vaughn has been close to sarah for cheer years, both on the field cheerleading together, and off, where the bonds grew even stronger. people see the skimpy cheerleading outfit, they hear the sex crime allegations against her and people jump to conclusions. >> yeah. >> about who she is. >> yes. well, that's -- that's the world that we live in. >> what don't we know about sarah jones?
>> smart. christian girl. she doesn't drink. doesn't party. probably totally opposite of what you think of when you think of an nfl, glamorous, hot cheerleader. >> especially the one we've seen in the news. >> yes, very much so. very down-to-earth. very much so. loves her students. loves teaching. loves the bengals. just a good girl. >> when you see these headlines, first degree sexual abuse, seducing a child with e-mails, prosecutors say they have evidence, e-mails, phones, texts. what goes through your mind? >> our team was like a family. and we support each other. we don't know -- i don't know anything about that. i don't want to know. i don't need to know. i know her. and it's terribly shocking. being a bengal is not just about the cheerleading outfit. i know you may see that and that's something that you're going to hang onto in the news because it makes good headlines. but she's a real person.
i mean, we're real people. we have families. we have careers. we represent ourselves in this community. >> lindsay is nine months pregnant, no longer cheerleading, but wanted to come forward to support her. sarah's been battling rumors about her sex life for years. back in 2009, someone posted nasty communities on this website, thedirty.com. sarah sued the site and defended herself on local radio. >> posted that i had had two stds given to me by a cheating boyfriend. and that i had sex with him in the classroom at my school. clearly, obviously, knowing myself that it was false information, i was devastated. >> it spiraled out of control very, very quickly. and i think that's where her whole life has basically been turned around and changed. >> reporter: today, it's not just her reputation at stake, it's her freedom. if convicted sarah faces up to ten years in prison. >> i mean, she's 26 years old.
and i can't imagine as a 26-year-old trying to recover from a situation like this. >> reporter: all that depends on the next chapter of this story. and that all sits in that building, the courthouse here in coffinton, kentucky, behind me. the trial date for sarah jones set for late june, june 27th, to be exact. right now sarah and her mother both on home confinement. sarah's wearing an ankle bracelet, not allowed to tex anybody. the judge said that in court. and she also can't have any contact with her alleged victim or his family. david? >> jeff rossen, thank you very much. now we want to get a check of the weather from al. who is reporting from the people's house this morning in washington. the white house. with all of his friends. hey, al. >> hey, in fact, david, these are some of our friends here. the power rangers, the chipmunks, penguins. hey, but we're going to -- this is the biggest event in the white house social calendar. 30,000 folks will come through here between now and 6:30. 14,500 hard boiled eggs given
out, and i -- the hardwood eggs the kids search even younger. this is a special egg some of the kids will get. the bow egg. very special. even signed by beau on the back. ooh. let's take a look. we've got perfect weather in washington for the easter egg roll. no clouds, no rain clouds. it's been dry from buffalo to boston down to richmond, anywhere from one to four inches behind as far as rainfall deficits. and with strong winds today, we've got a recent dry month, we've got wind gusts of 35 to 40 miles per hour. we have red flag warnings and fire weather watches throughout much of the northeast. risk of strong storms in the central plains today. look for wet weather along the pacific northwest coast. well, it's kind of a cool and partly cloudy start in our neck of the egg. good morning, i'm meteorologist christina loren. we've got a good-looking day shaping up. rain just about every other day this week.
71 degrees for today in san jose, 71 in los gatos, you can hit the beach in santa cruz at the upper 60s. by tomorrow, down to the low 60s inland, rain just about all day long, on and off showers for wednesday. another system moves through thursday into friday. trying to get outdoors will be easy, but you're going to have to wait until sunday. 69 degrees. >> and that's your latest weather. david? david? >> al, thanks very much. coming up next, is actress laura flynn boyle the latest victim of hollywood's love affair with cosmetic surgery? and later, breakfast with the duggars. all of them. but first these messages. pull on those gardening gloves. grab the nearest spade. and let's see how colorful an afternoon can be. with certified advise to help us expand our palette... ...and prices that give us more spring per dollar... ...we can mix the right soil with the right ideas. and bring even more color to any garden. more saving. more doing. that's the power of the home depot
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best? the latest buzz is over extreme lip enhancements. >> the time has come to fill those lips. are they wax? >> excuse me? >> they call it trout pout. lips too full, sometimes the result of overdone plastic surgery, sparking speculation in hollywood. >> hollywood is obsessed with trout pout because it's the one way women think it helps them look younger. but, in fact, it actually ends up making them look older because nothing makes you look older than bad plastic surgery. >> reporter: just last month, one of the most well-known french actresses came out saying she regrets the plastic surgery that resulted in her pout. she told french newspaper lemond, i had my mouth done at 27. it was botched. today i would say i'm against plastic surgery. it's a grave act that touches our soul. it was frightening. style experts are now buzzing about lara flynn boyle.
>> here. >> reporter: the brunette actress first caught our eye in the 1990s hit show "twin peaks." but now at age 42, observers say she looks different, prompting speculation in hollywood. >> when people used to talk about lara flynn boyle before it was always about her from the next down. people used to talk about how thin she looked. now, people are talking about her from the neck up. >> reporter: flynn boyle has never discussed whether she had plastic surgery, and her rep declined to comment to nbc. in hollywood, big lips are in. >> these women are after this look at angelina jolie has, which is a pouty, lush, kissable mouth. but in their effort to get the angelina jolie lips, they end up with trout pout. >> reporter: santa monica plastic surgeon dr. steven titlebalm says that overflowing lips are becoming problematic. >> there's this notion of bigger lips are better. as you go bigger at some point you start losing shape. >> reporter: he claims that some of the issues lie with the patients, and some with the doctors. >> plastic surgeons never really
talk es thetdics. patients often don't understand the bigger they make their breasts, the bigger they make their lips, think start to distort their bodies and things look obviously done. and it's really unfortunate when the bad case doctor and the bad case patient find one another. >> reporter: even with some unflattering after photos, the industry still going strong. according to the american society of plastic surgeons, doctors perform nearly 14 million procedures in the u.s. in 2011. ann? >> all right. tamron hall, thank you. dr. michael jones has worked with a wide variety of celebrity patients at his new york practice lexington plastic surgeries. good morning. >> good morning. >> our lips thin as we age. what specifically do plastic surgeons do to make them larger? >> as we age we do lose a lot of volume within the substance of our lips. so there are countless injectable fillers, some which are transient and may only last for 3 to 12 months and some that are permanent, such as silicone or fat or even some implantable
materials. >> is it -- is the problem here that some plastic surgeons lack artistic ability? or is there a fundamental problem with not being able to control what these fillers actually will do to your lips? >> well, i don't think that it's -- i think fundamentally we want to look better as a whole. and there are doctors that perhaps are doing a little bit too much. they're doing a little excess in the amount of injections -- >> is that in confidence? is that just simply it's not knowing how to do it? >> it's not incompetent. it just may be that -- the reality is celebrities are under a lot of pressure to look good in front of the camera. we have paparazzi which are constantly taking photographs. fans are looking at them. the camera in high definition is looking at them. so they're under a lot of pressure to constantly have a very good, aesthetic look. and so when we are in doing these injections, we want to give them a natural appearance. not an unnatural one. and so many of these doctors or many of the patients are seeking
out this look which is sort of unnatural in the appearance. >> if beautiful women who have access to a lot of -- of the most expensive doctors, and plastic surgeries, can have these kinds of results, and problems result that they're not happy with, then what does it say about the opportunity for the rest of us? >> the reality is we're focusing on a very -- a small subset. for every one person that has a bad outcome with these cosmetic enhancements, there's 100 or 1,000 that have had a great outcome. and so i'm most proud of my patient, my celebrity patient who may be walking down the red carpet at an event and you as the media have no idea that anything has ever been done to them because that's a good, natural, aesthetic result. >> it's good to hear that that's possible. and we will not out them. thank you so much, dr. michael jones, you'llen pleased to know we're not going to name who your patients are. coming up next, the world's smallest puppy with legions of fans already. meet beyonce. we'll find out more about her right after this.
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we are back now at 7:49 with more on our morning at the duggars house. they are the stars of tlc's "19 kids and counting." and this morning savannah guthrie -- are you officially the 20th? is that what this is savannah? >> breaking news. >> they say they always have room for one more here at the duggars. and i have a huge appetite, as you all know, so -- >> and i understand that you're going to be able to show off a little bit this morning? >> i am going to try, a challenge was given, can i remember all 19 duggar kids names. so without further ado, with some help from the kids who've been tricking me all morning. from oldest to youngest. we start with joshua, then we have jana, then we have john-david. then we have jill. then we have joseph -- no! back up. then we have jessa, jinger, joseph, josiah, jo-anna, hold
on. i can't believe i'm forgetting this. i've done it a million names. jedi yeah, jeremiah, jason, james, justin, jackson, johannah, jennifer, jordyn and lest we forget josie. >> savannah, we're off the air at 11:00. >> i know. >> and that's not savannah's fault. that's just the fact that there are so many names. we're going to find out what they have for breakfast. first let's welcome our guest this morning. because we've got a little angel here, and really -- >> really little. >> it's the world's most smallest puppy and she -- and she -- and beth dicaprio is her owner and she's joining us now. she's the executive director of the grace foundation which rescues abused and abandoned animals in california. beth, good morning. tell us about beyonce. how did she come upon finding her? >> well, she's actually a product of the shelter system.
her mom would have been euthanized and we were asked to take her in as rescue, and she we thought was stillborn and we were able to resuscitate her, and -- >> this is her brother and sisters here? >> you can see, this is jay-z. you can see -- >> i just want to add, here is the "today" show nug. you can put her right in there. >> oh, my gosh! >> oh, my goodness. >> oh. >> i don't know why she'd be scared. she does look scared. >> how is she doing healthwise? >> she's almost 5 weeks old. she's doing incredible. she's doing as well as her brothers and sisters. we are so great for beyonce to let people know about rescue dogs and the importance of spaying and neutering. and really how much better it is to get a rescue. >> actually i think she wants to drink some milk and she's not going to find any. >> okay! we do have a little cup for that. >> thank you so much.
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good morning, everyone. the time now is 7:56. i'm john kelley. this morning an apology from the oakland police department after admitting it was just too busy to answer calls over the weekend. despite being fully staffed friday night, opd says it couldn't meet the public demand. by 6:30 that evening, the department had 125 unanswered calls for service with officers already working on 17 priority calls. by 8:30, a total of 146 calls were standing. the department says if you have a non-emergency request, you should make requests online instead of calling dispatch. just go to oaklandnet.com and search police reports. then click on citizens online reporting system. right now let's get a check on your monday weather and beyond. let's go to christina loren. >> yeah, we've got changes.
good morning. good morning to you at home. north bay first to get the showersment area of low pressure on its way to the bay area. we're expecting our first showers in the north baby late afternoon, evening, and then the front will slide to the south moving over the east bay and the peninsula as we head through tonight into tomorrow morning, making its way into the south bay tomorrow morning during that commute. you can see here, we're going to have heavy downpours. nonetheless, mike and i will be here to guide you through those showers. wednesday, another round of rain thursday into friday. drying out for the weekend. well, christina showed you san rafael moving smoothly around 8:00. that approach, we're looking at a smooth approach there. in the last few minutes, reports of a children's play house reported in your middle lane westbound 580. your commute direction right around north flynn road, unexpected, the traffic break probably coming up in a few minutes. we're looking at a smooth drive at the dublin interchange.
and accident 880 around thornton. back to you. >> thanks for the heads up and for the latest updates, check out nbc bay area on facebook. we're back in one half hour with more local stuff. [ man ] it's big. supports in times of need. same with aladdin. the biggest in bail. no one has lower prices, is faster or more professional. aladdin bail bonds. bigger because we're better.
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for us to launch them off. we're going to find out what it takes to put all of those kids, basically, through their breakfast paces. >> i for one am actually happy to see savannah doing something. she's been talking about getting busy this morning. this is the first time i've actually seen her work. so that's good. also ahead this morning we're going to get a first look at the cover story you're going to be looking at and grabbing off of newsstands across the country, with some big stories out there that are going to be quite interesting from rihanna's comments about chris brown to salma hayek's struggles with depression, targeted adoption drama and a lot more. >> also, another new feature, very successful the the last time we did it, we're going to be basically tell you what you can get for free. that's right. >> like that. >> she's done a great job basically researching all the places to get free coffee free, you know, different kinds of foods, and there are other things including a gym membership. temporarily, anyway. gym membership. so lots of great things that you can actually get for free. a lot of them are tied to tax
day because people want to make them feel better about taxes coming up. anyway let's go inside and get a check of the mornings top stories, you've got cincinnati at the news desk back from vacation. hey, natalie. >> thank you, ann, david. good morning, everyone. two men accused of going on a shooting rampage in a predominantly black neighborhood of tulsa, oklahoma, are making a court appearance today. meantime an investigation continues to determine if the shootings that killed three people and wounded two were racially motivated. the authorities say one of the suspects may have been trying to avenge his father's fatal shooting two years ago by a black man. well, turned out to be a lot harder than he thought it would be. that's how newt gingrich describes his campaign for the republican presidential nomination. he says his campaign isn't over but he describes mitt romney as far and away the most likely nominee. meantime, rick santorum took himself off the campaign trail over the weekend, after his 3-year-old daughter bella was hospitalized. she had a rare genetic disorder. peru's prime minister says it may take at least two more
days to rescue nine miners trapped in a copper mine southeast of lima. the miners have been stuck since thursday when a shaft collapsed following a blast apparently set by the men. food and water is now being sent to them through a hose. investigators are returning today to the scene of that fiery crash of an f-18 navy fighter jet in virginia beach. they're trying to determine what caused the plane to nosedive into an apartment complex friday, injuring six people, including the two pilots who were on a training mission. now for a look at what is friending today. our quick roundup of what has you talking yong line. amanda biens is on twitter after her dui arrest last week. she got into a minor fender bender. she was released on $5,000 bail. >> and this video is racking up hits on youtube and several news sites. a thrill seeking beach goer gets blown away by the jet wash from a plane about to take off at the adjacent airport in st. martin, slamming her into a wall. and a top search on yahoo
and goggle is sofia vergara. she made her mosting debut on nbc's "saturday night live." she had everyone laughing about how she was welcomed to america. >> i always heard that immigrants had a really hard life when they came to america. but when i showed up here, everyone was so nice. the men bought me drinks and offered me a place to sleep. this country welcomed me with open arms. >> the colombian actress delivered the funny, as she called it, in sketches that primarily focused on her heritage and her sex appeal. big hit for "snl." 8:04 right now. and let's go to al at the white house. >> hey, and thanks so much, natalie. we are here at the white house. and it is the easter egg roll, 134th annual. we're here with a couple of special guests. dominique dawes, olympic bronze medalist in gymnastics, co-chair of the president's council on fitness, michelle kwan is also
an olympic silver medalist in figure skating. and a council member. big factor in today's easter egg roll is the first lady's let's go, let's play, let's move. >> it is. it's all about combatting childhood obesity. and the first lady is someone that not only talks the talk but she walks the walk, and michelle and i are going to be active, taking part in the activity zone. there's going to be a lot of activities. there won't be own figure skating or gymnastics but we'll be moving and getting the kids very active. >> what are some of the activities going on? >> we've got hula hoop and our own obstacle course. we've got all these things like the egg roll. we've got jumping jacks. we've got hula hoop. >> you don't have to do a lot of crazy stuff, just normal activities every day helps keep you active. >> it's all about getting the kids up and active and playing and realizing it's about having fun and i'm thrilled that my friends and my family members are going to be here and i'm going to be able to compete against them and more importantly just have fun and have smiles all day. >> all righty. dominique dawes, michelle kwan,
thank you so much. well, it's a cold start, but if you wanted to get outdoors for a bike ride this morning, might be your day to do so. rain in the works just 24 hours away from now. 46 degrees in sunnyvale, 47 in san jose. headed to the 70s in the bay today. 73 in places like gilroy, 71 for san jose and rain just about all day long tomorrow. wednesday will see scattered light showers. then thursday and friday another round of rain. >> and that's your latest weather. david? >> al, thanks very much. i get to say hi to my nieces and nephews down in kentucky. we're going to come right back. we'll spend a morning with the duggars. we're going to experience that right after this. [ glass clinks ] i just wanted to say a few words. first of all, thank you for the lovely meal jane. mom. and let's hear it for sara's paper mache eiffel tower.
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and we're going to share 19 fun facts about being a duggar. >> when i was 19. >> and believe it or not i was 17 when we were first married. >> we built this house as a family project. >> we thought it would take one year. it took almost four. >> people always ask me what it's like. the boys have one room. >> the girls have the other. it's a little quieter. >> we have nine bathrooms. but sometimes we still have to wait. >> this is a duggar family secret. we have one big family closet. >> around here, everybody has a job. >> we do 35 loads of laundry a week. >> we even have a laundry chute. >> this is one of our favorite lunches. my dad's barbecued tuna fish
sandwiches. >> we all play an instrument. but not usually together. ♪ >> people always ask us if we have a hard time falling asleep around here. well, around our place we've got to be a sound sleeper. >> we love to play hide and seek and scare brothers and sisters. >> ah! >> we save a lot of money doing our own haircuts. >> we get so much mail we had to set up our own mail room. >> to get around our family needs five suburbans, two cars, one van and sometimes 45. >> we love basketball. we have enough players for four teams. >> we do homeschooling six hours a day. but we like science the best. >> josie is our youngest. she was 3 1/2 months early, and she weighed 1 pound 6 ounces. and now, she is doing great. and for the last duggar fun
fact, we have 19 children, and we wouldn't have it any other way. whoo! >> okay. we're going to make breakfast we're going to need ingredients. i'm not standing in a grocery store aisle right now. actually this is the duggar pantry. when you think about what they have to buy. they go through five dozen eggs every month. 48 boxes of cereal. $3,000 a month, michelle, at the grocery store? >> yeah, easily. >> and ow hoffen do you end up going? >> once a week, usually, to pick up odds and ends, and then once a month for a big trip. >> you're going to do a big breakfast like we're about to do this morning. we've been working at it a couple hours. >> definitely. and sometimes we start the night before. so it just -- amazingly, we have to have a garage as a pantry so we can unload all the groceries at one time. >> and then here we are in your kitchen which looks like a big restaurant kitchen. and we have jim bob. >> good morning. >> good morning to you. now jill's been the helper here making a famous duggar family recipe this morning. what is that? >> she's a good cook.
>> it's breakfast casserole. >> okay. and so you must be pretty organized. i see labels on all the shelves. i mean, it's pretty impressive. were you organized like this always -- >> i used to work at a grocery store. and so when we built the house i wanted a, like a pantry that we could load stuff in directly from the vehicle. so it worked out great. >> yeah. a lot of people imagine that you're just in this process of doing laundry at all times. is that basically it? >> usually it is. that and dishes. between laundry and dishes it's a nonstop process. but i think everybody can identify with that. >> but everybody has a job. jill this morning has been definitely working hard. haven't you? >> yes, ma'am. so you said even the little ones have a job. >> they all work together on a team. and we've got buddy teams. so the little guys are getting to learn from the older ones, and we all work together. it takes everybody helping. >> okay we've got 19 hungry mouths to feed. let's go with the casserole out here and step on out. and here we go, they're all
lined up, and hungry, and actually not throwing food at this point. >> yes. >> even though i know they've been waiting a long time. should we just grab our plate around here. >> is this a special occasion because we decided to come here or do you have this kind of big old breakfast every day? >> when we have people coming over to visit -- >> we figured we better do it right today. >> you plan the meals? >> oh, definitely, yes. we always do. we have to have a menu and we have to shop accordingly. >> how many of the kids can actually help with the cooking? >> everyone, really except for the babies. so the boys, the little boys like to make bacon. >> you want a biscuit buddy? okay, i -- he's got that pretty good. okay. let's do that. all right. so, just tell me about a typical day at the duggar household. >> well, we start out usually in the morning with bible time, breakfast, and then we quick clean and then we start our school. >> you've got nine kids -- this
is a big house but it's a four bedroom house, right? >> yes. >> you've got nine girls in one room. nine boys in the other room. >> exactly. and we have it divided up so that everybody can get everything done that needs to be done so that's why we call it jurisdiction. and a lot of times they'll work together on teams so that they can get it all done. >> wait i missed some gravy. >> yes, yes. >> you do the gravy, too? >> yes. >> okay. >> the best. >> so what about the dishes? whose job is it to do the dishes? >> well, typically the boys do the dishes, and so like we have teams. >> yeah. >> and jedidiah is like the leader of a team and jeremiah is the leader of another team. >> okay. do you get any help? >> you know what, grandma duggar is awesome. she is amazing so yes, if it weren't for her she wouldn't be able to keep up. >> okay, well let's sit down. hey, guys. i bet you're hungry. all right. so, what's the worst job, guys, to have to do?
because i know everybody's got one. >> laundry. >> bathrooms. >> oh, the bathrooms. >> you have nine bathrooms. it must be pretty easy to get into the bathroom, i guess. >> well, nobody. >> i guess we shouldn't be talking about that over breakfast. we're going to get a new topic of conversation. all right who's the messiest? nobody's going to confess. >> josie? oh, she's the baby. all right well, guys, thank you so much. -- >> oh. >> okay. well thank you for having me, for taking one more. >> there's always room for one more. >> thank you so much. and next year i'm going to come back and know all of your middle names, okay? >> we may have to change your name to a "j" name. >> javannah. >> it's almost there. >> thanks, guys, so much. ann, we're going to eat. >> well, it looks really delicious. bring back some of that biscuits and gravery, savannah, because that looks fantastic.
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chris. you know, it's a relationship that we'll never understand. and you know just a couple of weeks ago they put out singles where they're on each other's songs. people are intrigued. >> she talked about how fixated people are on this reunion with some of these tracks? >> she said this has basically freed her up. she said everything that's happened with chris, she's not hiding who she is anymore. she doesn't care. she's out there and she's going to live her life whether we understand it or not. >> also you're going to see salma hayek who is so lovely but in this case she talks about some of her depression, some insecurity that she had over the years. it's going to be a very interesting read. >> it's definitely an interesting read. here we have salma who is a mother, married to a fashion mogul. she's a mogul herself, and she's just like all of us women. she struggled. she had acute acne which led to depression, her being overweight, very famous director said salma, get it to the and she pulled herself up. >> and she's got some advice for the ladies? >> keep it spicy in your marriage.
>> and how does she do that? >> dresses up for her husband. she says that she wants to look good for him. she said it's all about turning him on. >> all right. let's talk about zoe deschanel, who is obviously tv's new darling. and the cover story about her in marie claire, she talked about her childhood and being bullied. >> she was bullied. and she had a horrific experience. when she was 12 years old she was 30 pounds overweight and someone spit in her face. and zooey said it's something that resonated with her. she may be rich and famous but she'll never forget that 12-year-old girl that she was. >> she's also given a little relationship advice. >> if you want to date zooey deschanel, you cannot want children. her sister emily is very famous. she's on bones, she has a son. she says i make a great aunt, i don't want my own kids. >> so talking about families, mariska hargitay who, of course, so well known for so many years on law and order here on nbc, she's talking about what she went through adopting children, and it's a great story.
>> it's a beautiful story. mariska has her own biological son and two adoptive kids. the first child that she was supposed to adopt, she went to the hospital, bonded with the child for two days only to have the mother say, you know what, i'm not going to give the baby up. she calls the experience devastating. but this speaks to her character. she's still in touch with the mother. and of course went on to adopt two other children. >> and talks about some of the difficult choices that you face, and just how difficult the process can be. >> the process she says is not for the faint of heart. she says that you have to really want this. she has her daughter amaya who is 14 months, a son and drew who is 10 months. she said you've got to get a fantastic lawyer and you have to really want this and stick it out. >> another couple, michelle williams is also in the newsstands in "us weekly" where they're talking about her attitude about overcoming tragedy, and kind of a new approach to her life. >> yeah, of course, she was engaged to heath ledger, who died of accidental drug overdose and now she's found love again with jason siegel, the funny guy
from "how i met your mother." they're both so sweet, so wholesome. michelle is raising her daughter matilda who is heath's daughter >> finally gretchen moll in town and country. >> 13 years ago glitchen was the it girl. she was on the cover of "vanity fair." she was supposed to be the next gwyneth paltrow. her career flat-lined. now she's back again. she's a girl you might see on the street and say i know her but i don't really know her. it's just about surviving hollywood. >> a lot to read. >> a lot to read. good stuff. >> thanks so much. great to have you here. >> my pleasure. >> just ahead. everything from clothes to fitness, videos and food. how you can get it for free. we're going to show you how. first, your local news.
this is "today in the bay." >> good morning to you. it is 8:26. san jose could become the next city to ban smoking in some outdoor areas. the city council will vote this week on an ordinance that would ban smoking in outdoor dining areas and lines where people wait for services and in the common areas of apartment complexes. supporters say the goal is to reduce people's exposure to second-hand smoke. the vote on the proposed ban is set for tomorrow night. let's check the morning commute with mike ka noah. >> we do have an issue for the
vta line. the light rain through mountain view. i'm hearing rumor from tweets going out there was an accident along the tracks in mountain view. so there will be a bus bridge in place. i'm checking details. your drives on the roadways should be just fine through the area. we're looking at this lower drive, southbound 101 passing through redwood city. lighter volume there. hardly any problems except for highway 24 at pleasant hill. but not a big deal this morning. >> thanks for the latest traffic and traffic, check out nbcbayarea on facebook. i style everyone.
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we're having some fun out here. >> yeah. >> hey, guys. >> so who doesn't like free stuff? >> i like free stuff. >> we all like free. >> we have a whole list of free stuff. elizabeth mayhew is inside with free coffee, free yogurt, free cinnamon buns. we're going to tell you where you can pick them up for nada, no strings attached. >> i like those white shoes. >> those are amazing. >> i -- >> i just saw this kind of latticework. >> you are a man with fine taste. >> okay. >> also we've got steaks cooking up in the kitchen. cooking up right now. also a lot of stay at home moms, we're going to talk about some interesting ways to save extra money. >> okay. and then, are you finding yourself doing this a little bit more, trying to read a menu.
maybe your eyes are a little itchy and scratchy all the time. we're going to get you some relief for some common eye issues. >> oh. you're saying not because you're getting older but because of allergies? >> common eye issues across the board. >> across the board. anyway, first let's go to our al, who is keeping his eye on a bunch of easter bunnies in -- in -- at the white house. hey, al. >> hey, how you doing? this is part of the easter egg roll. we are actually on the basketball court where the president played basketball, although right now we've got some harlem globe trotters. the president's not here, pal. >> where did he go? >> i don't know. practice with the harlem globe trotters. there you go. they kind of hang out and give some pointers to kids during this whole afternoon. so it's very, very exciting. let's show you what's going on as far as your week ahead is concerned. here's what we've got. as far as temperatures are concerned, below normal temps around the great lakes.
above normal out west and along the gulf coast. midweek period, cooler than normal temperatures in the eastern half of the country and out west above normal in the central plains with wet weather. and then the latter part of the week, eastern half of the country a little warmer. but west of the mississippi river valley, mountain snows out in the pacific make that in the rockies and inner mountain regions, with below normal temperatures along the west coast. well, it's a cool and mostly cloudy start to the week. we'll see intervals of clouds and sun throughout the day today. clouds increasing tonight and maybe showers up in the north bay as we head through the second half of your day. we're expecting the bulk of the moinl to arrive tomorrow morning. so less than 24 hours away from light to moderate rain coming down over the greater bay area. tomorrow looks like a washout. intermittent showers on wednesday, then thursday and friday another round of rain. >> all right let's see the spin, guys. show us the spin! yeah, there it is.
back now at 8:36 this morning on "today's consumer"s, free stuff. lifestyle expert elizabeth mayhew is here with the scoop on how you can score some of your favorite things without spending a dime. elizabeth, good morning to you. >> good morning. >> so why are companying offering free stuff? what are the strings. >> let's just put it out there. free is better than cheap. and stores want to get you. they want to do something nice, obviously they hope to reward -- to get a reward out of that
eventually. but in the meantime, they're doing this and it's the trend right now across the board. >> okay. specifically, tied to tax day which is about eight days away. there are a number of free things, including some things from office depot. >> okay so april 17th is tax day. retailers know this. they know you might be stressed out, might be running to the post office. >> might be? >> so office depot is offering two things. one is that they'll shred in a secure shredder up to five pounds worth of your receipts or whatever it is you want to get rid of. because we all know shredding that can be a huge pain. and they're also offering 25 free copies so if you want to take your taxes in and have them xeroxed or copies they will do that for you. 25 sheets. >> also free cinnamon buns. >> it's part of cinnabuns tax day bites programs. they're giving you two little cinnabuns in any store across america that's from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. once you get through with work
you can run in there and they'll give you a sweet treat. >> another source of sugar free frozen yogurt. >> maggie lous and also marble slab creamery are offering a scoop of their brand-new frozen yogurts. that's from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. >> also tax day? >> tax day related. >> free coffee? >> this is an any time thing. go into any sur la table, a kitchen store, fabulous for everything from a whisk to a coffeemaker and they will give you either a cappuccino or an espresso and they have some of the higher end brands. so the illies of the world. you get in there and get you little taste of jolt of coffee. >> free storing and printing of digital photographs. >> so walmart, if you go to walmart.com right now and sign up for their photo center, you get an account, they will print for free 254x6 prints, so this is great if you've got pictures from easter yesterday, you can
send them in. you can pick them up within an hour at your store. >> a free -- a way to get free dvds, movie tickets, even starbucks. >> so this is super cool. this is an app but really it's a rewards program. they go with a "v" and basically you sign up for it. all you do is tap on your smart phone as you're watching tv. it will check you in to a show and you will earn points. you then take those points and you can get gift cards from everything from starbucks to sephora. so you could be earning by just watching the "today" show right now. >> let's talk about free pretzels. >> hot pretzels from pretzelmaker. i bet you didn't know this but april 26th is national pretzel day. so you can go to any pretzelmaker and you can get a free pretzel. there's a twist, though. no pun intended. yes, you need to sing or dance to get the pretzel. >> for a few seconds? >> not a big deal. >> also free samples from nordstrom's. >> nordstrom has a great sampling program. if you join any of their social
media sites, facebook or twitter you can get knowledge of what their sample is on saturdays. they have sample saturdays. last saturday was a perfume. this coming saturday we got a sneak peek it's a great product from smashbox. very high end. >> they're small. >> yeah, but every saturday you can get that. >> free gym workouts. >> so we're head nothing summer, you want to get into shape, gold's gym is doing a promotion where you can get seven days, a full week of working out for free that includes meeting with a trainer and putting a program together. that's really great. >> and often that theme. >> on that theme. gaiamtv.com is a video streaming service. it's usually $9.95 a month. but they're doing a ten-day free trial. everything from meditation, video, fitness. you can watch it from the comfort of your home. >> are there additional apps as well? >> there are. there are three free apps. loseit is a great app that i actually use all the time. >> that's okay. >> that's all right. >> under pressure.
>> it doesn't matter. but they're free, lose it will keep track of your calorie intake and your exercise and tell you how much you need to lose, and keep going until the end of the day. then there's run keeper. if you're a runner it will keep track of your runs and show you through gps great paths to take. and good food near you. if you're traveling and you want to know a healthy place to eat, put that on your phone, tap in where you are. also uses gps and tells you the healthiest deals in your neighborhood. >> elizabeth mayhew, ways we can save money. keep it up. keep finding more free stuff. for more on how to get all of these great freebies go to our website at today.com. coming up next, a delicious seasonal meal. seasonal meal, guaranteed to please your entire family. land o'lakes spreadable butter with canola oil
cheese. pheel the moment. >> this morning on "today's kitchen," at 8:43, what is for dinner? the perfect spring meal. april bloomfield is a chef and the author of the new book "a girl and her pig: recipes and stories." april, good morning. i'm the one hiding under the conspicuously short range here. i'd just like to check if we've dusted on the top. i see that we've done that so we're good. the girl and her pig, this is not just about pork recipes. it's important to get that up. >> it's basically a book about people that have inspired many places i've eaten, food i've tasted. a general kind of nod to them to say thank you pretty much. >> fantastic. let's talk about skirt steak. you said i get to do a little bit. >> yeah. >> you describe this as a good weak-day meal. >> it is. you know, it's not too expensive. do you want to pop it on the grill? >> yeah, absolutely. right on top there?
>> it's not too expensive. it's really lovely and tasty. you know, it's affordable. you just kind of cook it there alongside. >> this is kind of a thin cut so you want to be careful not to overcook. >> takes two, three minutes each side. >> so we're going to come back to that. what are you mixing here? >> a little lime dressing. >> what smells so good? >> that's the rabe. and a little bit like a wild leaf. very in season right now. so in my book i have this salad that's got tomatoes. but obviously tomatoes are not in season. so i thought sprouts, right? >> fantastic. >> a little lime dressing. a little bit of garlic. i'm just going to put this over my carrots like this. give it a little toss. so this is really light. skirt steak is nice and fatty. it's got a good ratio of fat to it. >> what is this? >> a little lime cress. a little watercress.
it's a little spicy. >> turn these over here? >> yeah, yeah. >> right. >> so now i've got on here some grilled rabe and we're going to let this season like this. >> it's rams? >> like a wild leech. you can get it from the market right now. >> okay. >> look at that salad. really nice and healthy. and then you just kind of give it a little slice of beef. >> i want to ask you because it is a lean beef. how do you know that it's done? what are you looking for? >> just kind of feel like a ba ran a little bit. like a medium rare. this is like a perfect medium rare. lay it across the top, on the side. you know, having whatever tickles your fancy, you know. that's it really. >> looks great. because we've got a couple of other salads. >> we've got the beef salad. go ahead and try that if you'd like. >> i'd love to. >> this is a carrot salad. been on the menu since about 2005.
>> what's in that? tell me how you prepare this. >> basically roasted carrots, with a little cumin, garlic, a little cilantro, avocado and some orange. >> again, very light. >> yes. >> terrific. >> yes. and this is a little pea ham soup. very classic english dish. we love our peas and we love our ham. >> this is a cold soup? >> you can have it k08d or you could have it hot in the summer, you know, get some frozen peas, nice and easy to cook. >> again, as we burn the skirt steak, -- >> wait for me. >> this is not an overly -- this is not an elaborate dish. so you can do this during the week without it being too much of a problem. >> going to come back over here for the cake. a lot of moving around. >> and this is the best thing ever. this is ginger cake. with vanilla whipped cream. >> tell me the keys -- the fire alarm is going to go off soon. tell me what's in the cake? the keys to the cake? >> molasses, ginger, a little
today's american story with bob dotson is a tale of love, ties to san francisco's golden gate bridge. we'll be talking about for a long time because bob is here to share it with us. bob, good morning. >> good morning, ann. people fall in love for lots of different reasons but few as romantic as this. it starts with a 25 cent bet. san francisco's golden gate bridge was so loved when it opened in 1937 a lot of people scribbled their names and addresses on its towers. a friend bet bill hues he couldn't pick one at random, write a letter and get a reply. bill almost lost that bet. >> well, i thought pen pal, boring. >> reporter: but patricia lucas wrote him back. >> because he wanted that quarter. >> reporter: a lot of people gambled on the golden gate. a bridge critics said could not be built.
divers had to anchor it in a rage of whirlpools and riptides. workers had to stack towers taller than four statues of liberty. fog made the iron slick as ice. no one had ever done anything like this before. but the golden gate bridge was completed in just four years. on time. and on budget. people who lived around san francisco bet big on the business the bridge would bring. at the start of the great depression they mortgaged their homes to get a private loan for one of the largest public works projects ever built. it linked the poverty around them to the world of hope. >> people risked their -- their homes, their properties, their ranches. >> reporter: for their families, futures. >> what do you see? >> reporter: lisa grew up four miles from the golden gate. graduating college on money she made moving lane markers on the bridge.
today, she is the first woman in charge of its security. >> attention all lanes, carpool is over. >> reporter: the golden gate bridge has only had nine captains. >> yes, i was number eight. and i'm married to number nine. >> reporter: mike fell in love with lisa. working in this picture frame. >> okay. >> there you go. >> reporter: when mike retired a few years ago his grandkids started calling the golden gate grandma's bridge. >> sometimes they remember. >> reporter: a place right out of their storybooks. where toll takers have been known to give more than change to grumpy children. >> we would always say mom and dad, guess what, we've got candy for the kids. and the kids would stop fighting immediately. and i'd say this moment of silence has been brought to you by the golden gate bridge transportation authority. don't leave home without it. >> look at that sunrise. we had great times. >> reporter: patricia lucas finally met her childhood pen
pal. six years after she scrawled her name on the golden gate bridge. >> are you wearing his hat? >> yeah. that's when he came to visit on a 24-hour pass. >> reporter: bill hughes was training to be a bomber pilot during world war ii. patricia was the only person he knew who lived near his space. was it love at first sight? >> i think i was a little disappointed that he wasn't a little beefier. you know. >> reporter: but bill started sending love notes. he did that for 48 years. all of their married lives. until the day he died. >> i miss him. a lot. >> reporter: their love story is forever linked with the golden gate bridge. >> it's just a bridge. but it's our bridge. >> reporter: the people's bridge. whenever bill hughes got backed
up in traffic on the golden gate friends would kid him about hopping out and finding another name. and he said no, i got lucky the first time. i could have picked her grandmother. >> you know, bob, i don't know where you find these stories but i'm glad you do. because you remind us when you tell them who we are and what we're made of. thank you so much, bob dotson. >> thank you. >> and now let's check in with david and natalie. >> ann, thank you very much. we want to check in one more time with savannah who is, of course, at the duggars house. what's going on there? >> a little play time on the job, right? >> i was going to say what is going on out here? i don't know how you do this every day, michelle and jim bob. i am exhausted. when is nap time? >> it will be awhile. >> one of the surprising things this morning guys is i learned about the duggars is they are night owls. they stay up past midnight all the time, right? >> well, sometimes. we try to get everybody to bed, bible time at 8:30 and try to get to bed by 9:30 to 10:00. but sometimes, especially the
older ones. >> stay up. getting up this early with us this morning was a little -- >> ah, a lot different than what we're used to. yes. we're not on the early morning schedule. >> a lot of people wonder, because you homeschool all these kids, how -- how do you do that? how do you keep all these kids, when do you have time? >> anywhere from three to six hours a day depending on the children, and now, we do it on the computer which makes it wonderful. because the computer scores and grades it all which makes my job a lot easier. >> i see some of the big kids. you going to go bounce johannah? the big kids help with the little kids. >> they love it. the little guys absolutely love the bigger ones. they're just like mentors and they look up to them and the little guys think they're the greatest. >> well, i think people who wondered how do you entertain 19 kids we've got part of that answer. we have the trampoline. the music. there's a play room in there with a slide. >> all kinds of things.
>> basketball. we do school. then we get to do the activities. blocks. >> and blocks, too. >> well, thank you so much for inviting us into your home. it's been so fun. >> thanks. >> and we're in love with all of them. but thank you. >> thanks. >> david and natalie back to you guys. >> okay. this is "today in the bay." >> it is 8:56 right now. good morning. i'm marla tellez. renewed calls for a group of occupy protesters in the east bay. 13 are facing charges for refusing to leave the
encampment. the supporters will hold a rally today at the same spot. they say the protesters were arrested and beaten for linking armed at the site of the occupy camp. let's check the forecast with christina lorenz. >> a live look outside. kind of cold out there. but a nice day shaping up. we'll hold off on the rain showers until tomorrow. 72 inland today, rain and 60 tomorrow. hope you va fantastic monday.
back with more of "today" on this monday morning, the 9th of april, 2012. a beautiful day. it's a spring morning, 53 degrees. pretty nice. we're a little chilly, there's kind of a wind going on, but it's been a lot colder outside on the plaza so we're not going to complain. meantime i'm ann curry alongside david gregory and tamron hall. matt's got the morning off. and al is on assignment. he's in washington, d.c. >> having a good time. >> we're kind of jealous of you with the harlem globe trotters. >> it's really exciting. this is, of course, the 134th annual easter egg roll here at
the white house. it's not just the easter egg roll. it's about people getting up, let's move, let's play, let's go, the white house and first ladies initiative. i'm going to be talking with marcus samuelson and the white house chef in just a little bit about healthy eating and how it can be fun eating as well. there's a lot going on here besides rolling easter eggs, guys. >> all right. thanks so much, al. >> can i point out, covering the white house for years there's so many mornings when you'd have rain for this easter egg roll. looks like a gorgeous day. >> beautiful weather. >> we've got a very serious topic we're going to be addressing coming up in this half hour and that's about the shootings in tulsa, oklahoma. the police and fbi are on the scene, they're investigating these shootings, as a possible hate crime. those -- those two people you just saw are the suspects who've been taken into custody. the victims were african-american. we're going to get to the bottom of that as much as we can coming up this morning. >> they're going to be in court later this morning. also ahead, ways to save you money. we've got a bunch of tips on that.
everyday items you need like toilet paper, shampoo, soap, is it cheaper to get them online, the big box stores or the nearest drug store? we're going to tell you where and how to shop. plus, an important health news this morning as well and some advice about your eyes. as i have to keep looking down. they're itchy, puffy, or you have to, you know, put the paper farther away. what to do about the small complaints and when to see a doctor. >> good. >> a little bit later if you're a stay at home mom and you'd like to make some extra cash there are plenty of options out there but you need to beware there are also plenty of schemes out there that could end up costing you more in the end. you know, sometimes if it's too good to be true it usually is. we'll take a look at it. there are some things out there for sure. >> david you were commenting earlier on my shoes. don't you think tamron has made -- >> i do. >> my what? >> i didn't know they were making alligator skin as much as they are. >> we are both '80s hip-hop fans. i love this.
>> i better cut this off. let's go inside and get a check of the top stories from natalie. save us. >> okay, i will. thanks, ann. good morning once again, everyone. two roommates appear in court today on multiple murder charges in last week's shooting rampage outside tulsa, oklahoma, that left three people dead and two others wounded. all of the victims were black. police are investigating whether the shootings were racially motivated. after one suspect posted online that he was angry about his father's killing by a black man two years ago. tributes are pouring in for mike wallace who passed away saturday in connecticut at the age of 93. former first lady nancy reagan called wallace a dear friend and fox news chief roger ailes said wallace served the audience and never took a cheap shot. 60 minutes plans a full tribute to wallace next sunday. jury selection begins today at the chicago trial of the man acased of murdering the family of singer and oscar winning actress jennifer hudson. hudson's mother, brother and
7-year-old nephew were killed in 2008. the star is expected to be in court once testimony begins and could be called as a witness. a new study finds women who are obese during pregnancy are 67% more likely to have an autistic child. and double their risks of having children with other developmental delays. experts say more research needs to be done, but it could be one of several contributing factors to autism. the thriller "hunger games" ate up much of the competition at the weekend box office once again, taking in an estimated $33.5 million. keeping it at the top now for a third week. "american reunion" was second followed by the release of "titanic" in 3-d in third. let's go back to al roker once again at the white house. >> hey, thanks so much, natalie. we are at the let's play with your food area here at the white house lawn. joining me is executive pastry chef bill yostis, executive chef chris cullerford and marcus
samuelson of red rooster on hand. everybody here. >> everybody helping out. >> how important is it to know about healthy eating? >> oh, this is so important. and i can't thank the team here enough. because, bringing the garden here, really talking about healthy food, it helps the whole country. >> and, chris, when you're talking about this, it's a little changes that make a big difference. >> little changes do make a lot of difference. just really substituting little things here and there. but, seasonality is the key. whatever is available, that's what you should do. >> and then also, bill, being the pastry chef, you're the fun part of this. but, even with that, dessert can be fun and healthy. >> absolutely. and a healthy lifestyle can include some desserts, maybe less often and smaller portions. but good ingredients like the fruits we get from the garden and honey that we have here on the lawn is a good way to go. >> marcus what are you making? >> shrimp tacos. because it's the perfect dish in
the sense that you can control the vegetable you put in. so you can have shrimp but you can also put lots of vegetable in. putting fresh tomatoes, corn in and also lettuce. and it's something the whole family can enjoy. >> marcus, chris and bill. thank you so much. well, now sh the sun is out. temperatures are slowly but surely warming up. i'm meteorologist christina lorenz. you'll be in the mid to upper 6 in. spots around the bay. 71 for san jose and 63 in san francisco. we have a lot of rain on the week. starting night in the north bay and the peninsula, the showers will spread to the south as we wake up tomorrow morning in the south bay. wednesday another round of showers there's to friday. >> and that's your latest weather. natalie? >> thank you al. this morning on "today's consumer" saving money on personal care items. we've all walked into a drugstore for everyday necessities and walked out with
a tiny bag and a giant bill. shop smart magazine sent out secret shoppers to find the best deals. lisa is the editor and she's here with the results. secret shoppers scouting for personal care products and the prices. what did they find? they went to all kinds of stores. >> we had them look at everything from shampoo to deodorant to mouthwash and they checked all kinds of stores, walmart and target, drugstores, supermarkets, we even had them check online at drugstore.com, amazon.com and harmondiscount.com. >> and what did they find when it came to best pricing overall? >> you could easily save 25% to 50% or more depending on where you shop. the store with the best prices was walmart. by a long shot. >> hmm. >> target and harmondiscount.com actually did pretty well, as well. they were the runners up. the drugstores were the most expensive. >> oh, interesting. and when it comes to convenience, and i think a lot of people are shopping for these things on the fly, so they're maybe not planning where they're going to go, are there other ways that you can save, as well?
>> well, actually, the supermarkets are not a terrible place. they don't have the highest prices, they don't have the lowest prices, so if you're kind of in a rush -- >> might as well buy your deodorant at the same time. >> if you're dropping in at the convenience store or the drugstore, if you have your loyalty card, you get a good sale, you bring your coupons, you combine all those things, you can actually get a really good deal at a drugstore, if you shop smart. so you just have to be prepared. >> so loyalty cards are key. >> yes. >> you're going to save money using that. you also say to stock up during sales. now how is this helping you save money if you're buying a lot of product at the same time? >> well, you know, a lot of the times people wait until they're out of their toothpaste or wait until they're out of their hair dye and pick it up when they need it. that's the worst time to buy it. when it goes on sale, stock up. and if you're not brand loyal, and you see an amazing deal, that's another great way to save. and these things, they last a year or two years or more. >> right. >> so it's a great thing to stock up on. >> hopefully have a lot of room at home that you can store everything away.
because that can be a problem. that is the key. next thing you say coupons, you say max out coupons not just the store coupons, as well, but go online, as well. >> websites like coupons.com, go to manufacturer websites of things that you buy frequently. and then combine all those coupons. that's called stacking. and if you can use multiple coupons on an item you can get it practically for free. >> i've seen people walk out of drugstores paying nothing. >> drugstores, supermarkets. >> you also say try store brands. if you're not brand loyal. >> we've been testing store brands versus big brands for years and years. and with toiletries we found they can be just as good or better than the big brands. we tested sunscreens, and we found that cvs, walgreens and target store brands were just as good as the big brands and walmart's equate brand, which is their star brand's body lotion was one of the best body lotions we tested. >> that's great to know. you also say price match. how does that work? >> target and walmart actually will price match. which means if you see a lower
advertised price somewhere, a really great price, bring the advertised price with you to the register and they'll match the price. >> you just have to do your research always. >> come prepared. >> and any other last-minute tips? >> buy larger sizes if you can. >> in bulk? >> we did find in bulk, if you belong to costco or a place like that, that's a great way to save. but also we checked a bunch of items in larger sides and we found the average savings was 29%. but you do have to check unit prices because that's not always the case. >> that's like going to costco or going to sam's club. >> or even just at the supermarket or drugstore, larger-sized items, check the unit prices because you really can save by buying larger sizes. >> always great to have you, lisa. you always save us some money and save us some work, too, so thanks so much. coming up next, the eyes have it. what you need to do to take care of your peepers. plus later, the stars of the new reality show, they're grown men, and still living with mom? what's that about? ♪
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our eyes may be the window to the soul but allergies, makeup or even air conditioning may lead to problems. dr. roshini raj is a "today" contributor. >> good morning, tamron. >> a lot of people talk about their eyes this time of the year. mostly allergies but there are a longer list of other issues. >> they are. our eyes are so important but we really take them for granted. we didn't notice them until something goes wrong. we came up with a big roundup of the most common problems. >> one of the most common, itchy eyes. i mention allergies because i suffer from them severely. >> particularly this year has been a bad allergy season and we often see it in the eyes. so this itchy, watery eyes can be a sign of histamine release. that's the chemical that's at play during allergy season and what can you do about it? you can try over-the-counter antihistamine drops for your eyes. you can try steroid drops. but the other key is to avoid the trigger. when you're in your house, keep your windows closed. when you're in the car, keep the car windows up and closed and
you want to wash your hair when you come in from a day outside. because otherwise you're sleeping with that pollen in your hair, which will then get, you know, eye exposure as well. >> all right, burning eyes. you say this could be dry eye syndrome. what is that? >> well, many people suffer from dry eyes. meaning they don't produce enough tears to keep their eyes well lube rickated. that can lead to a burning sensation, gritty feeling in your eye. this can happen if you're in a surrounding with a lot of air conditioning, too much heat. if you're a contact lens wearer. if you smoke for example. if you're staring at the computer screen too long without blinking all this could lead to dry eyes. >> what do you do? >> well, the main solution number one is artificial tears. you can buy over-the-counter tears and they can either be the very thin ones or a thick more gel-like substance. talk to your doctor about prescription strength if you need it. and try to keep the air around you humid, a humidifier. if you're at work you want to take a break from staring at the screen every ten minutes. bat your eyelashes. it's not flirting with anyone.
lubricating your eyes. >> pink and puffy eyes. >> is a sign of inflammation of your eyelid. and it can be caused by oil or some dirt getting clogged in the oil ducts right around where the eyelashes come out. sometimes wearing too much makeup or not taking eye makeup off at night can lead to this. this will go away on its own if you find some warm compresses two or three times a day, keeping the area clean. avoiding the inside of the eye eyeliner is usually a good idea. but hygiene is the key here. >> and people seeing spots. what would cause that? and is that something serious? >> well, it can be. but often it's not. we call them floaters, those little spots that kind of float in and out of your vision. occasionally this is normal. basically the gel-like substance of our eyes, call your vitreous humor as it tends to shink you can get slumping of cells. they cast a shadow on your retina, this is what you're seeing. however if you get frequent floaters or it's associated with any flashing lights or loss of vision that could be a sign of retinal tear or detachment that needs to be treated immediately.
you need to take it seriously if it happens often or with any of those symptoms. >> a lot of people can identify with having trouble suddenly being able to read the menu at a restaurant or reading the teleprompter. >> it is pretty much a normal part of the aging process. as we age our lens becomes less flexible, it's harder to focus on those things. so if you can get glasses, of course, talk to your optometrist. but you can also, there's a great app out there called maglight which uses your smart phone as a magnifying glass, you can use the technology to help you. but this is one of those things that does happen to most of us. >> you want to draw attention to yourself with your mag in light that's okay because then you can see the menu. >> exactly. >> thank you dr. raj. great pleasure. coming up easy ways to bring in extra cash for stay at home moms. but first these messages. the capital one cash rewards card gives you a 50% annual bonus. and who doesn't want 50% more cash? ugh, the baby. huh! and then the baby bear said, "i want 50% more cash in my bed!"
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gene has fought for our country in multiple military tours overseas serving in both desert storm and desert shield. >> now he's helping to keep the peace stateside as a bounty hunter in new orleans in the new spike tv reality series big easy justice. good morning. >> good morning. >> that's your official name? >> yes, ma'am. >> how tell me, i mean as i understand you are when it comes to bounty hunters the real deal. this is not a 1kriscripted show. this is complete reality? >> yes, ma'am. >> how do you catch the crime ma'ams? like how are you getting out there and doing it? >> basically just relying on what we rely on as police officers, military, and seeing the streets. we do what we got to do and we take them down day by day. >> day by day and you know your job, i don't even know if we can call it a job because it is crazy to see the people that you have to confront. you even had your head bashed in when someone tried to use a child as a human shield.
>> he's doing 40 years in prison now. he used his own son and he knew who i was, and put his son in front of me and said basically, i know you're not going to shoot me. and i took his son from him and he hit me in the head. >> you've been at war and you've been at war on the streets. which one is scarier? >> neither. >> neither? >> why? >> are you born with this toughness? >> yeah, pretty much, my mom and dad are both policemen. they were police officers. so it's in my blood. >> you've been shot at numerous times as well. are you ever afraid about what you'll -- you'll face next? >> no. honestly. i mean, just take it day by day, really. >> yeah but you told us that you were more afraid of being on live tv, you were faced off with 49 guns. so take that tough, guy. bring it. >> it's the tamron hall effect. >> right. >> this is what you call natural. i have all-natural. >> but you were more afraid to do live tv. >> yes. >> how is that possible? >> i don't know.
>> he doesn't know. >> you lived through it. >> you did a great job. thank you. >> by the way, we should mention that the -- your show is also part of al roker's entertainment company, al roker productions. so it's great. got a good boss there. >> big easy justice premieres tomorrow. be sure to check it out. >> that's right. and coming up next, recipes for busy families. weeknight meals in just 30 minutes. that's after your local news. [ female announcer ] ready for a taste of what's hot?
this is "today in the bay." >> good morning. time now is 9:26. i'm jon kelley. 200 people attended a candlelight vigil to honor a father and a daughter killed during a bike ride. a 17-year-old driver was heading westbound near oak grove road when he hit a hydrant and then struck the family. the father died at the scene his 9-year-old daughter died later at the hospital. his 12-year-old daughter who was also with them suffered minor injuries. neighbors, no surprise, are still in shock. >> i have two sons and a
daughter and we've ridden down that same street on our bikes. and i just feel like it could have been any one of us. >> so tragic and heart wrenching. the driver was arrested on charges of vehicular manslaughter. police right now are looking at his cell phone records to see if he was texting or talking on the phone right before that crash. drivers may need to change their commute as of today. calaveras road will be closed on weekdays starting this morning. crews will be doing earthquake retrofitting on the calaveras dam. the road will be back open on s thibr ngp aea uk,ft thisbreak, we'll have a look at your local weather and traffic.
north bay, we've got light to moderate showers over the greater bay area all day tuesday. then wednesday on and off showers. thursday a stronger colder system moves through. the whole thing blows out of here saturday. we'll check your drive with mike. >> at dixon landing road, the off ramp there. sounds like southbound 880 at dlr we have a truck twisted up and leaking fuel. sounds like all lanes are open. we're still waiting to get more detail from chp. watch it if you're watching that right off of the roadway. >> thanks a lot. thank you very much for joining us. coming up another local news update for you in one half hour from now.
socks. >> underpants. >> you do not give underpants. >> what? >> but who's going to -- >> i know, as opposed to just like peeling them off. >> do you recognize that voice? well you recognize this man, funny man ricky gervais. that was the animated version you just saw. he's not only the mind behind "the office" but has taken over award shows and hbo, too, and wednesday on "today" he is taking over studio 1a. batten down the hatches, watch out folks. it's going to be a lot of fun. >> absolutely. keep the censor button nearby. the stars of the new reality shows "momma's boys of the
bronx" all about guys all in their 30s, still living at home and it's not always the moms who want them to stay. fascinating. >> i cannot wait to talk to these guys. we'll see what they have to say. get the secret of dating with your momma in the house. plus if you areooking to make some extra cash as a stay at home mom we've got some smart options to make money, and some warnings on how to avoid some get rich quick schemes that are out there. >> there are a lot of get rich quick schemes. plus the folks at real simple put together a collection of recipes that are perfect for a family on the go. still want a nice, home-cooked meal at the end of the day. all sounds good. first let's go back to the white house, check in with al again on the weather, and also the easter egg roll. hey, al. >> hey, the weather is perfect, and we've got the ballou imaginistic knights from washington, d.c. under the direction of mr. durle watson. hit it. >> one, two, three. ♪ >> yeah, that's what i'm talking about. man.
it's like a show band. let's show you what's going on. as far as your week ahead is concerned. we're looking at cooler weather out west. look for showers along the mississippi river valley. as we move to the midweek period, warmer weather starts to make its way into the east coast. it's going to be a little on the cool side out west. look for more rain in the mississippi river valley. and then as we get towards the latter part of the week, whoo, it's going to be cool out west, with mountain snow, and a lot of rain, and warmer weather in the east. as you listen to the imaginistic knights marching band. you might want to get outside and do your marching today. tomorrow a lot of rain in the bay area. 7 this afternoon. 71 in san jose. 68 in santa cruz. if kids are off on spring break,
this might be your only good beach day. another round of rain on thursday. and then finally we'll clear out of here but not until the second half of the upcoming weekend. hope you have a fantastic monday. >> and that does it for us here from the white house lawn. what a fantastic day for the 134th easter egg roll. tamron, natalie, i'll bring you some eggs back. >> bring us some of those dancers. >> all right, sounds great. al, thanks so much. we could share that as well. meanwhile dolvett quince is the mind and trainer from "the biggest loser." >> he's here to tell us about the week ahead. good morning, good to see you. >> good morning. >> what happened? >> yes! >> you guys -- >> you say it in unison. >> we're worried about you. you're hopping along. >> i was on a trampoline, and the trampoline won. >> oh, my goodness. >> i was working out on a trmp lynn.
>> how long can your recovery going to take? >> i probably have about six more weeks before i'm back. >> so the contestants are happy because you can't be at your top with only one leg. >> listen one leg doesn't stop. >> well we should talk about the great things that are going on on the show and you guys recently spent some time at the white house with the contestants and with michelle obama. what was that like? >> for me that was an amazing, amazing time. to be at the white house was a dream come true. then to be at the white house and getting a tour of the white house by the first lady was amazing. then having the opportunity to say, i trained the first lady. >> has that like? she's so physical. i mean we've seen her jump rope, play football, there's nothing -- >> did the secret service let you -- >> the real deal here? >> i was tough with her. tough enough, you know. >> yeah -- >> the running. >> yeah, yeah, yeah, it was great. >> what was it like for those contestants? were they inspired? i know we're going to see a lot
more of it on the show. >> they were so inspired. she took so much time and was with each and every individual, every family member and just, you know, just the great hostess that she is. and i'll never forget that moment for the rest of my life. >> we know she's a huge fan of the show. and of course this fits in so nicely with her initiative there at the white house and fitness initiative. so you know, what do you think the contestants take away from this, as well. >> you know i think they take a lot from it. it's one thing for them to be on the ranch with myself and bob and to do that experience. then when you have the first lady of the united states saying, you know what, everybody, be healthy. they feel like walking, talking billboards. you know. so you have all that empowering and all that backing from myself, and the first lady, for christ's sake. you know, it definitely sends a message and it resonates. >> well you're great. we love you. take care of that. >> okay. >> thank you, by the way "the
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tonight, tlc debuts a new reality show called "momma's boys of the bronx." it's about five grown men in their 30s still living at home, with no plans to leave till the right girl comes along, whether their mothers like it or not. >> i'm not leaving this house. there's no need for me to leave this house. seriously, i'm not going anywhere. >> oh, mamma mia. [ speaking italian ] >> that was get out in italian. let's meet a couple of the momma's boys. frankie and anthony. and their mothers, gina and patty. good to see you all. >> nice to meet you. >> oh, my goodness. i've got so many questions. frankly first let me start with you. why are you still at home? >> why am i still at home? i don't have a girlfriend. >> okay. >> i stay home with my mother, my family that i love very much. why go anywhere else? >> right, why go anywhere else? >> momma? >> i love to have him home. it's not a problem.
that's how we're culture it is. they move out when they get married. >> so for a lot of people that's interesting. it's a part of your culture? >> yes, yes. >> which is to allow him to stay and kind of stick it out until he finds the right woman? >> yes. we no kick our children out. >> yeah, i'm not going to just settle down to anybody, you know. >> how old are you frankie? >> i'm 38 years old. >> anthony? >> 35. >> and you're still home with mom patty. what is that like especially, you want mrs. right but how do you date, you know, in this time where a woman might judge you for still living at home? >> where we're from. we're from one of the largest italian communities in the country. for us it's normal. i'm not dating somebody out of the state who doesn't really get it. in the italian culture it's pretty normal to kind of date somebody who lives home with their parents, and so they want to settle down and move out. >> patty how are you helping with his independence? i imagine it's great to have you there doing and helping with so much. >> well, he's basically
independent. i mean, you know, i get his stuff ready, but i mean -- >> what do you mean basically? >> basically. i mean, you know, he is independent. he goes out to work. you know, he does what he has to do. >> does he pay rent? >> yeah. >> he does pay rent. >> i have three boys. they all chip in. and you know, i try to stay out of his business as much as possible. >> oh. you try? >> i try. because he is a grown man, after all. >> so when do you get in his business? >> every day. every day. all day. >> he says that. to him asking a question on, where are you going -- that's interfering in his life. >> frankie could you and anthony survive without your mama's there to help with so much? >> i mean like, can we survive? >> that's a no. >> listen, i've done it before. i've left, but i came back home. >> you came back home? >> listen, now the situation is a little different. she's a single mom raised three
boys, struggled her whole life. we all pitch in and make sure she's comfortable and she don't have to struggle no more. >> there's so many reality shows that focus on italians. you brought up the culture, gina. how does this set apart from the other shows, anthony? >> listen what you're going to be able to see on "mama's boys of the bronx" you're going to be able to see what it's like for real italians that come from the bronx, it's about family, love, tradition, values. basically everything, good food, good times, laughs. that's one thing about italians, not to any other race saying that they don't have that but everybody can relate. >> a celebration of your culture. >> that's what is great, you can relate. >> they love to come home and warm feeling, you know, of the food, is very important, and it's a family. >> it's a family. when you're ready to be mama's girls of the bronx, i'll move in. >> okay. >> thank you. "mama's boys of the bronx" debuts tonight, 10:00 on tlc.
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there's a lot of advantages to being a full-time care taerk at home and working. a lot of moms i interviewed said not only does this provide financial independence for the family to save more and pay down debt but for the moms it's a little bit of an activitactivit. it's going to do outside of being a mom. and then of course having that financial independence -- >> so important. >> many families learn the hard way how vulnerable you can be when you have one income. >> that's right. that said there are a lot of stay at lomb work scams that you have to watch out for. what are some red flags? >> one of the biggest scams is companies asking you to pay a fee before they can show you the job or asking you for your credit card information or any sort of sensitive financial information. those are huge, big red flags. you want to do a thorough background search just like a country would get your history, look online, see if there are any complaint sites, like gla glassdoor.com have anonymous reviews by employees, current and previous, and go to the bbb, that's the better business
bureau, bbb.org to see if there are any recorded complaints. >> great. let's get to some legitimate jobs out there. you said some great things, good ideas for mom perhaps if you're good at scheduling or organizing. you can start your own service as a personal assistant. >> yeah. you can do this either virtually or physically. there's one big site out there called taskrabbit.com, where task rabbits are anywhere from $40 to $50 a day essentially running tasks for everyday people who are too busy to do their own tasks. whether it's picking up groceries for someone else or dry cleaning or doing some data entry online or research online, there is a bit of a qualification process, you have to go through some exams, but usually it takes about a week and 70% of applicants get qualified. >> okay. next you say try online tutoring. now this is for those who have a specialty or educated in something. >> right. you need at least a college degree in some cases. tutor.com is a popular website for a lot of moms and dads going on there to find extra work. there again, is a bit of a
qualification process. you don't need a teaching license but you do need about a college degree. there's a couple of exams you have to take, a background check. but you can earn from $10 to $14 an hour and math and science tutors earn the most. >> that's great. now if you have some extra space in your backyard, pet sitting or boarding. >> i love this. because also it's a way to involve your kids especially. i interviewed a mom in phoenix who's doing this and she's got teenage sons. it's a way for them to earn some money, too. the money that she earns from pet boarding she gives a little bit to her sons who also walk the dogs, feed the dogs. she uses a site called sleepoverrover.com which is a local phoenix site that connects pet borders and owners. check the local vet's office or the local pet store to set up ads. >> some great ideas all around. i know you have a lot more ideas so farnage torabi. >> you're welcome. >> coming up next, easy home cooking recipes that you can whip up in 30 minutes.
this morning on "today's kitchen," what's on the menu? slow cooker chipotle beef tacos with cabbage radish slaw. >> sounds delicious. the recipe is from the new book "real simple easy, delicious home cooking." ally is the real simple food director. this cookbook is arranged in seasons but also focuses on weeknight meals. >> it focuses on weeknight meals. we're always thinking about how do people really cook? what are the problems they have getting dinner on the table and how can we help them? the slow cooker, as you know, has really been coming back. >> yeah. >> and for a really good reason. it's incredibly easy to cook dinner. >> you get started on our beef tacos. >> and this takes five minutes in the morning before you go to work. you don't have to cook anything. you just dump. you dump and chook. >> it's just chopped. >> exactly. this is beef chuck and you just cut it into pieces. >> there's no key to the kind of
meat you use in this? >> my philosophy with slow cooking is the fattier the better. but fatty also means cheaper, so beef chuck is really cheap, inexpensive cut of meat. so that's some beef in there. and we have some onions and garlic and bay leafs. >> okay. >> and this isn't too bad to put together in the morning. >> no. >> this is a nice size, you could feet the entire family. >> yes. >> this is a giant professional slow cooker. >> exactly. >> and then this is what gives the flavor. this is chipotle chilies which you buy in a can. they're smoky. they give a lot of heat and color and smokiness to this. >> salt? >> and oregano. >> perfect. >> no other base to it, no other liquid? >> the slow cooker is magical. liquid just appears. >> it's the fatty beef. >> yes. it really isn't liquid. but, yes. >> but it's good fat. >> exactly. >> so you cook that for four hours on high or eight hours on low. >> you work all day and you come home and it smells amazing. >> exactly. and you strain the liquid.
and then you just shred up the pieces of beef. >> that's the key, so tender. >> it's so tender. >> exactly. >> makes it so easy to break apart. >> exactly. and then you mix it with some of the cooking liquid and make this amazing flesh slaw. this is really a one-pot meal. all your vegetables here. you have some shredded cabbage, radishes, fresh cilantro. and some fresh lime juice. gives it a lot of tang and that's pretty much it. so you spend five minutes in the morning. five minutes at night, and your dinner is ready to go. >> awesome. >> now you put it all -- >> oh, not in there? >> that's okay. >> that's not the recipe! >> natalie, it's not one bowl! >> oh -- >> oh, that was nice -- nice. >> i thought we put it all in one bowl. >> that's okay. here. >> oh, my gosh. >> she's the one who can cook. >> all right. here we go. >> i warmed up the turkey. >> it's all going the same place, right? >> you put a stack of these in
the oven. >> i'll hold it for you. >> i won't mess up anymore. >> some beef. >> can we still use this? >> yes, we can still use it. >> that's going to make some kind of highlight reel. >> and the sour cream. >> too bad savannah went here. she would have loved to dig at me. >> a little sour cream and there, delicious. >> would you like some? >> i'm not a fan of hot sauce. >> i'll do hot sauce. i'll dig in. i'll make mine here. >> this is a really, easy. it's three ingredients, whipped cream, dolce delecce sauce. >> thank you so much. >> they're talking about dessert. ali, thank you. coming up, hoda and kathie leigh.
oakland police department after admitting it was too busy to answer all of its calls over the weekend. despite being fully staffed, it just could not meet the public demand. by 6:30 friday night the department had 125 unanswered calls for service with officers already working on 17 priority calls. by 8:30, a total of 146 calls were standing. the department says if you do have a nonemergency, you should make requests online instead of calling dispatch. you just need to log on to oaklandnet.com and search police report, then you click on citizens online reporting system. seems easy enough. let's check the forecast with meteorologist crist even na lorenz. >> today we're keeping easy like monday morning. temperatures will climb into the 70s. 71 in los gatos, 66 in oakland. but we've got rain on the way as of tonight. showers spreading to the south bay as you wake up tomorrow
morning. count on a rough commute as we have heavy downpours in the forecast. another round of heavy rain by friday. we'll start to clear out just a touch hopefully in time for opening day but looking pretty good. 66 on saturday. if you are heading out to the game, home opener, bring your poncho. >> ponch and john also watching the roadways for chips. a traffic break reported over the last few minutes, going on in the southbound side, a couple of potholes have to be repaired. traffic moving lighter right now. get you looking at the maps at the east shore freeway, arl carl suspect, clearing from the roadway there. livermore a little slow off of 680 at the interchange. not a big deal through oakland. southbound side. >> backed up there. for the latest traffic and news update check us out on facebook. :
captions paid for byn. nbc-universal television hello, everybody. it's fun day monday. it's april 9th. hope you all had a great holiday weekend. don't now how your day is starting but we could show you how ours is. >> look at the chards just to begin. i think it was a couple of minutes until air -- >> like three minutes ago.
>> three minutes until air and this is what happened. go ahead and roll it. >> oh, my gosh! >> let's see that in slow motion. oh, my gosh. i still don't know what happened. what did bob do now. >> this is bobbie thomas' dress. sorry, b.t. sorry about the carpet. >> mostly sorry you spilled the wine! >> i know. i wonder if there's another -- >> thank goodness. thank goodness. bless you. >> yes, indeed. so we've got a good show for you today, don't we? >> we do. we had a great weekend. >> wait, let's bring the babies out. we have beyonce on the show, you guys. >> we have beyonce on our show today. >> it doesn't happen every day but it does today. >> remember we told you last week that little beyonce was born and was so tiny. thank you. >> 1 ounce.
>> this -- there were five babies in the litter and look at how precious they all are! where's beyonce? >> isn't this beyonce? >> she's in the outfit. >> she's got the outfit on. >> oh, you want to chew on aunt kathie's fingers. come here, beyonce. look at her! she is all dressed up to -- >> with her outfit on! >> oh, my gosh. >> she was 1 ounce at birth, you guys. they had to give her cpr to revive her. and now -- isn't she something? and the other -- hello. they're only 4 1/2 weeks old. look at her! >> she's like a gerbil. >> this morning we were up in the dressing rooms and you now how we get those big velcro curlers, she was crawling all through my hair. she's just darling. it is official -- we'll talk to her handler.
and her mama, beth, dicaprio in just a little bit. is uncle leo coming, too? uncle leo dicaprio? he's busy. okay. anyway, if you want your day to start off -- take beyonce a second. i'll take jay-z. come here, honey. >> there's a little boy with a little teeny wiener. how are you? a little -- oh, they are so sweet! so anyway, how's your day going? >> better right now. look at puppies. >> they're all on top of each other, they're all licking -- they're so cute. thank you, beth. we're going to talk to you a little bit later about this little miracle puppy. call frank and see if it's okay if i bring home five puppies. >> no more! how was your weekend? >> first of all, battling -- you know how i get the one eye thing. the minute we got on virgin america saturday night to come
home, my eye starts going -- so hopefully in anticipation, hopefully it will work very well. my favorite thing today, advil cold and sinus. hopefully it works. we'll get to you in the end. cass is still not sure what she wants do collegewise. we looked at colleges. we had to go have lunch at my favorite restaurant in all of hollywood -- >> the ivy. >> there's frank. frank kicking back at the ivy. there's a little picture of cass on the right there. if you look straight directly back, you'll see frank lutz, the pollster from fox news. >> you never know who you're going to see there. it is just my favorite restaurant. >> then last night -- >> yes, what happened last night? >> rege and joy came over. back from a three-week cruise to china. i think they're hope to be home, if you know what i mean.
we had just a fabulous time. he says -- typical rege. "i got a job." i said, great, what are you going do? he said i'm going to be on "hot in cleveland." i said, rege, i suggested you get that job. anyway, it is a very funny premise. he's going to be on. he's going to play betty's hair dresser whom she assumed all along was gay and ends up not being and is interested in her. so it should be fun. >> i like it. >> but she said, kath, i forgot to give you something. this is from the late 1980s. that's rege and myself and that is -- perry co-mow. rege was in love with perry co-mow. we had a place down in florida that was really close to where perry lived. one day i said, rege, go to florida, stay in our house, use our boat and go looking for perry co-mow. one day he did. he went out -- perry. he went all through the inlets looking for perry co-mow. one of the nicest men ever.
>> what a great photo! >> so thanks for the picture. it was great to see them. how was your weekend? >> rehoboth. we were sitting at this restaurant called go brit. remember go fish? well, they opened another one called go brit. >> fish and chips, i bet. >> yep. same deal but another one. it was a great, great, great weekend. but here's something else we did. so i was reading somewhere that there was an experiment. i said to hanna, let's do an experiment. let's get two cans of coke, a can of regular coke and a can of diet coke. i read somewhere if you submerge them in water the coke sinks and the diet coke floats, the can. we are all crammed into this bathtub. >> gee, this was a fun weekend! >> but you will be surprised to
learn what happens. so i got a can of coke and a can of diet coke. >> why don't you wash your dress while you're over there. just take it off, hoda, and dump it in there. be good for ratings. >> coke and diet coke in water. full cans. right? >> yes. >> okay. watch. >> wow. >> the coke sinks and the diet coke floats. >> why? >> i don't know. >> hoda! >> i don't know! so we're going to put it on to our facebook people to figure it out. look at it. it's crazy! is that crazy? diet coke floats and coke sinks. tell us why -- >> and red wine stains. >> red wine definitely stains. >> sara, what is your favorite thing? >> my favorite thing is actually this book called "the gift of fear" by gavin debecker. every woman should read it.
this guy is a specialty in security issues. he breaks down stories about kind of how especially women have socialized their gut instinct because it is rude to assume someone walking down the street is going to hurt you? and he breaks down as these victims tell their stories how someone will say, you know, like i don't know why it happened. he's like, no, i think you do. let's go through that again. then he'll pinpoint. >> that's interesting. >> it's fascinating! my one thing is -- this book's going to hoda. is that hoda hands it to some other woman after she's done and we just keep passing it on. >> especially sending off your girls to colleges and stuff in the fall, it is a great gift. >> i hope you guys had a good easter. >> had a beautiful easter. >> you went to the service? >> went to our service. we got home early enough to take a quick little nap because i can't sleep on planes. then go to our service and cass and i served communion which is one thing to take communion, i always really appreciate that, but when you serve it, and you look in each person's eye as you
give the eucharist, it's pretty overwhelming. yeah. and i was balling anyway. this time both of my eyes were very, very moving. >> a lot of kids woke up -- >> look at your cards. read this one. >> hoda, what's this note say? >> this way. >> yeah. >> so a lot of kids get visited by the easter bunny and some get freaked out when they meet him in real life. >> excuse me! >> i'm sorry. if i'm in, you're in. so here are some pictures of kids greeting the easter bunny. >> he's scary! i'm sorry. >> little freaky. >> he's a bunny on steroids. they're not supposed to be that large. >> no, no. oh, no! no one thinks this is a good idea. the laughing bunny and the
blubbering child. >> just wrong on many levels. >> one of our facebook fans sent in a picture of her dog who she dresses up like an easter bunny. >> that's just cruel. >> how about that bubba watson though? rege and joy had just got done our house and frank rudely says, do you mind if i watch? because they were in sudden death. >> even if you're not into golf, here's what's interesting for all of us. bubba watson won. >> his very first majors win. >> his father passed away a year ago. he was very, very, very emotional. there's his mom. it was one of those moments you just watched him. you don't see men break down like that publicly all that often. >> but bubba did. you got to love a man that is that comfortable with himself to express his emotions that beautifully. i don't think any of us unless we've ever been in an arena like that, that pressure. look at tiger. everybody thought he was on the march again and he melted down
again completely. >> we've seen men cry. we were wondering what you guys think. obviously in a situation which is maybe a once in a lifetime event, or we've seen john boehn boehner. >> never see nancy pelosi cry though. >> anyway, there's -- so what do you guys think of when your man cries and is it something that you embrace and say isn't that sweet or does it make you feel -- i don't know -- >> have you ever seen jay cry? >> a little. a little teary eyed, yeah. >> when frank's mom -- i don't think he'll mind my saying this. when his mom died, she had a box of her jewelry that we hadn't gone through and we put it -- sat on the bed and opened up the little box of jewelry that had meant so much to her and he started to -- tears just -- not sobbing because the things that were in this box were so inexpensive. there was nothing of overt value at all.
they had grown up very, very poor. but everything had a memory to it and i think the fact that there wasn't anything of overt value made it all the more poignant. you know. >> so i think it is sweet when a man cries or touches. but sometimes like in movies and things, i don't like that, when they -- i don't like it. it's not for me. >> if you're strong 99% of the time, go ahead and cry once in a while. if it's blubber be -- all the time -- go home to mommy or get a shrink. >> should we bring bob up? where's bob. bob, please come up. he feels terrible. >> what happened, bob, after all? >> where is bob? >> he left. >> he left. bob went to see his mama. come here, bob. bob accidentally spilled the wine. it was not his fault. >> i don't know. didn't look like an accident to me. >> bob, please give us a play by play. >> here it is -- >> oh, my gosh.
>> look at bob, he's not coming to help. >> don't cut yourself. anyway -- >> what happened? what happened? >> i was trying to -- i was trying to fix the mike. >> fondling. also known as fondling. yes. >> and my elbow bumped the glass. >> oh, that old fixing the mike routine which we don't fall for by the way every single day. >> we love when you "fix the mike" bob. we love it. >> i love it when you check my battery. never mind. all right, kids. our voice contest starts tomorrow. you've already submitted your entries. >> too late for that. >> don't even try to send anymore in. the kids are coming on tuesday. >> should be fun. we had a great time with it last year with adults. should be great fun. anything else we have to talk about? no, we're going to talk about "the hurt locker." the guy from "the hurt locker." >> guy pierce -- >> he was on "the king's peach." he gets the you-know-what beat out of him in this movie -- it's
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let's linger on this one -- in "mildred pierce." >> stop talking. >> but his latest project takes him far from period pierces and into the future. >> in lockout, pierce plays a falsely convicted ex-government agent whose only chance for redemption lies in rescuing the president's daughter from a maximum security prison in outer space. >> it's just a little bit of pressure. >> it sounds completely realistic, doesn't it? >> it could happen. >> the thing is, it could happen in the future. who knows? prisons in outer space? >> how much in the future does this take us? >> it's like 2079. it's just around the corner. >> i've seen some parts of this. it's very physical. i mean you seem to get knocked around quite a bit, thrown around quite a bit. did you sustain any real-time injuries? >> well, not for any great length of time but every weekdy manage to do something to myself. so it became a bit of a joke, i would either pull a muscle in my leg. i fired a gun at one point and
the shell casing flew out of the gun and rec shayed off the ceilings and went straight down the back of my shirt. it did. of course i've got this flak jacket on that i couldn't get off so i burned my back. >> so those kinds of things can happen no matter how much they try to protect you. >> or you do something stupid like trip on a rug. >> and that's your own darn fault. >> you do the stunts, but fall over the rug. >> in the "king's speech," this poignant film, this film the action doesn't stop, every 15 seconds something great is happening. what do you enji more? playing more serious roles or something like this? >> i enjoy a variety of stuff. the serious roles i've gotten to play -- not that they mean more to me but diagram something like this -- i wouldn't really normally take on an action oriented film but i find this one humorous. he's got some great one-liners. and he have a cynical attitude. he's not interested in saving the prison.
he couldn't care less. >> like him already! >> absolutely. >> your co-star in this, is it maggie grace? she says you've got quite a bit of chemistry with this young lady. >> that's right. they obviously like each other from the beginning but it is masked in this sort of disdain for each other. because she finds me completely childish and i find her completely sort of uppity or something. there's great bickering from the beginning. >> let's take a look at the two of you in action. okay? >> i'm not kidding, we can't just leave them. >> leave who? >> the hostages. ow! what is that? >> that's to stop the bleeding and hopefully the talking. >> oh, my god! >> charmer! you're a real outer space charmer. >> you come around by the end of the film. you quite like him towards the end. >> in one scene you are trying to free the president's daughter and to make her look tougher you actually punch her so she looks bruised. >> that's right.
she has het me in tit me in the a fire extinguisher early on. so, yeah, i think it is a way to make her look a little tougher. >> you're one of those actors that we see in so many different kinds of movies but we never read about you stumbling out of a pub in england at 4:00 in the morning or being found face-down in your own -- excrement and things. so are you just really quiet or are you just discrete? >> it is a bit of both. i live a fairly quiet life. still live in australia. i generally like to stay out of the public eye and just work when i work and then go adisappear when i can. >> it is great to see you. all the best with the new film. it is starting fridays in theaters nationwide. up next, we announce our fan of the week. allrightee, and could it be you? find out right after this. kin m. romance happens. confidence happens. ♪ when skin meets goddess,
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it is monday and that means it is time to meet our fan of the week. >> and sara, who is the lucky viewer and where are we sending them? >> our lucky fan of the week this week is -- sandy jelinski from oregon. she's always been a loyal viewer but she was just recently diagnosed with breast cancer and she scheduled her chemo around the fourth hour. she said if she had to endure it, she wanted to endure it with
kathie lee and hoda by her side. her favorite part of the show is "today's talk" but it always makes her laugh. she rocks out to hoda's play lists and seed her as an inspiration. now healthy and she can travel. so congratulations, sandy. we are sending you for a three-night trip for two to the sag mo sagamore hotel in miami, florida. a spa package for two, a private tour of the hotel's art collection, round trip airfare for two. >> fantastic! a spectacular art there, apparently. >> i'm excited for sandy. >> we wish her a complete and total beautiful recovery. thank you so much. >> if you'd like to be our next fan of the week. >> go ahead and lie. still ahead -- we're going to get you up to speed on the big stories hollywood was buzzing about this weekend and i am happy to say i think the advil is working beautifully. >> i'm so glad.
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10:28 now. temperatures climbing to the upper 50s. on our way to the 70s. today we cool down and add rain to the forecast. tomorrow on and off showers wednesday and another round into thursday and friday. clearing out into the upcoming weekend. >> first off a live look at oakland, 880, the coliseum. the southbound side had a lot of showing. it is just starting to clear. nothing in the report, no main tense scheduled but we may he had some sweeping work going on southbound side. go down farther south, dixon landing road. at the off ramp there's an intersection there with a stop signal. it may be blocked by this truck that has had a diesel spill. it's near a little reservoir as well at the gas station. so there's a lot of activity off the dixon landing road off ramp. you can use the next off ramp and circle back around. a slow drive south of 680 -- 580
on 680 south. we head early backup but maybe an earlier accident. >> thanks for being with us. we hope you stay with us. news starts in a half hour. we are back on this fun day monday with "today's buzz." it was another busy weekend for the ladies in tinseltown. >> here with all the headlines in hollywood and beyond, hello, ladies. >> so easter services made a lot of headlines with tim tebow. >> oh, my gosh. it was super sunday in -- near austin and 20,000 people showing up. 120 buses taking them. but for those who haven't seen the video, you have to know, he did not deliver a sermon per se.
it was a 20-minute sit-down interview with the pastor of the church. >> and shared his faith which he's very, very happy to do. >> you know what i'm really impressed by with tim tebow? he doesn't just talk the talk. he talked yesterday about how sports people, stars, should be role models, but he actually raised $2.5 million for charity and he always meets with young people before and after a game, young people who are struggling with a disease or a disability. >> no. he is the real deal. he really is. god bless him. >> now lindsay lohan made news again. a woman claims that lindsay punched her in a club or something? is there any truth to that? >> well, we don't know. is lindsay becoming a victim now of people who are just making claims? >> it could happen. >> it could absolutely happen and lindsay says that not only was she not in the club -- it was at the standard hotel -- but she was at home watching tv and this is similar to an incident about a month ago when she was accused of grazing a man in a
parking lot outside a club and later the reports that this alleged victim had filed claims with -- six other times saying that had he been assaulted. >> this is going to be investigated though by the west hollywood sheriff's department because it has to be. then supposedly the truth will come out. >> the truth -- have a good alibi. be someplace else. yeah. be with tim tebow reading your bible. which would be a good thing for lindsay to do actually. >> kim kardashian was with ann and she made some headlines when she talked about kanye west a little bit. that caused a few waves. >> oh, boy, did it ever. at hollywoodlife.com we got reaction from team chris humphreys to what she said in the "today" show interview. she says she loves kanye's song "feraflu" and in which he said she should get kris kicked off
the nets team. an insider at team humphreys said that's not fair, he's never said anything that was nasty about kim. >> there's also a discussion they are together but that they're exploiting the relationship because theraflu has just come out -- >> what's in it for kim, but what's in it for kim? it is not good publicity for her. her divorce isn't final yet. i don't think if they're only friends, i wouldn't want to fuel that this is a romance coming on the heels of her marriage so suddenly over and so soon. >> there are many who would feel that any publicity is good. and also her new show, keeping up with the kardashians" starts again last month. they have been very public. she was photographed outside his apartment two mornings in a row early in the morning leaving. >> then you have to deal with
the publicity that ensues. >> so heidi coluklum officially filed for divorce. >> what's interesting is she wants physical custody of the kids and i was surprised to read that, that i thought there would be joint custody. >> well he'll be fighting that though, right? >> well, no. it is joint custody. she's asked for joint custody but she wants primary physical custody with him having visitation. and it seems that they've worked out a lot in advance. they actually had a post-nup after they got married. they already decided how they were going to settle the division of their property. so that was very smart. they're not going to be fighting -- >> very involved. >> she seems to be moving on with another boyfriend. at least a love interest, friendly interest, one of her co-stars in germany. >> can we look at anne hathaway's new hairdo? >> she's going to be in "les
mis." >> she plays the prostitute that cuts her hair and she's lost a lot of weight because she was dying keen scenes. >> she could look very audrey help burn. she is supposed to play a tuberculosis victim so she's not supposed to look too good. >> the diet she's on, they're saying 500 calories a day under medical supervision. that is not recommended for anyone watching this today. >> and big workouts, too. >> oh, gosh. thoroughly upset now that you've been here. but thanks for coming. up next -- >> what will they think of next? wacky but various baby gear. plus, the best thing come in small packages. you're going to meet beyonce -- >> oh my god! she's sleeping by the baseball! . tonight, your eyes will do the talking.
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time for "today's moms" and wacky but useful baby products. just walk in to any baby store and you might be overwhelmed by the cuteness factor which makes it difficult to decide what you really actually need. >> we asked lifestyle editor sara newell from thebump.com to help us out. >> two months to go? >> 3 1/2, 4. yes. a couple more. these products are items that you just need to try out. if they work with you and your baby, then go for it. but these are some new and innovative and fun products. >> how about this baby changing table. look what's happening here. >> the happy changer. what you do is you can put your baby inside and then just slide the arms, then you can close it and this will keep them from wiggling around, trying to roll over when you are trying to change the baby. >> but you've got to take this off to change them. >> this is like a vest. >> oh. that's the top part. okay.
>> this looks like it is for a child of 3 or 4. >> a large person that shouldn't be wearing diapers anymore but we don't judge. >> can you get all kinds of fun colors and patterns. >> this is freaky, a little. >> these are milk trays. this is from sensiblelines.com. can you freeze your breast milk or any kind of formula if you want and they're in one-ounce sticks. this is actually perfect for the mom on the go because it is frozen and then can you pop tell in your bottle. then they'll melt and can you warm them to the right temperature. >> are people doing that? >> yeah. >> they are? >> that is a good idea. >> we should point out, this is real authentic breast milk. >> i don't want to try it. okay. >> you don't have to. >> this is one of the best new inventions. this is -- it helps the baby hold, to grip. it is the original baby -- >> not this baby -- yes, okay. >> it fits on all kinds of bottles. like the avent, dr. brown's.
the little baby fingers can get in and opposed to when you slide they're trying to feed themselves. >> hoda! >> it's not working right. >> it's you. >> what are these? >> this is the you-need. this you actually boil for 25 minutes and it heats up. then can you use it up to 100 times. you heat this and then you put it in the top of the bottle and then you can put it in your formula or your breast filk ami it heats it up instantly. 60 seconds, it will be the perfect temperature. this is the bib espresso. this is a really sleek machine. what you do is you put the water in here and it heats up. you can put your formula in the bottle and you just push this tab and the temperature of the water, that's perfect, comes down and fills the bottle. then you can give it to your baby. >> evenly? >> 90 seconds.
yeah. >> wow. >> then can you also heat -- if you already have bottles made, you can heat them in the top. >> all this stuff comes out when my kids are -- haven't kids of their own. >> these are crawlings. when your baby starts crawling, you can put these on. they're really breathable. if you look in the book, they're lightweight. victoria beckham loves them. >> nothing's chiccer than skull and crossbones. >> you get those on crawlings.com. >> the idea so their knees don't get scraped up? >> exactsly. >> what else are you putting on them? knee pads? while they're crawling? okay. >> this is a uv stair lieser for your pacifier. it is by papillausa.com. if you drop your binky, you pop it in here, push down which activates the uv light and in three minutes it will be clean as a whistle.
>> i found binkies in my pockets for years. i don't think we cleaned them once. just kidding. >> this is really fun. this is a magnetic onesie. this is magnificent baby. it is magnetic clips in here. so instead of having to worry about lining up all those snaps, it is all magnetic. you can wash and dry this. >> major lead in the weight -- you know what i'm saying? yeah. you got to think things through, people. >> thank you, sweetie. congrats to you. >> all the best, sweetheart. up next, sandwich king jeff morrow puts a french onion spin on grilled cheese. ♪ ♪ whoa-oh, yeah, yeah ♪ well, she goes the extra mile ♪ ♪ she's gonna make you smile, yes, she will ♪
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morrow has got something for you. >> and for ham lover's too. host of the food network's "sandwich king." >> that title's all mine. caramelize some onions here. they'll eventually look like that but first i made you guys a cocktail. the mango moscal, like a smokey tequila, muddled mango. around the rim, fresh salt and cilantro. >> not bad, huh? >> totally bad. i really don't like that, sandwich king. >> let me make sure you like my sandwich. we take some onions, some oil. caramelize onions, butter, go low and slow to bring out that sugar. eventually after 20, 30 minutes, time and patience, look at that. >> you don't get much for your money, do you? >> no.
this looks like french onion soup onions, right? that's why we're going to use gruyere cheese. put some of these nice beautiful caramelized conyons. you can make your american cheese version for the kids. you and the wife open up a bottle or seven of pinot grigio. maybe pinot noir. i'm trying to get saucy. i'm wearing my pink shirt for you. >> beautiful. >> we always want to put that softened butter when we're making our cheese. you want to hear that sizzle. >> we know this is not low in calories but this is going to be delicious. >> look how pretty that is. >> you get that heat, make all that cheese gooey. you do the test. right? you find that cheese on the edge there. you see that? that's a grilled cheese.
>> it looks fantastic. >> you want to cut it for me, please? just watch your fingers. you already got wine on you. >> thank you, hoba. >> hoba and kathie fee. a gluten free sandwich. a chicago original called a hibarito. using smash twiced fried plantains. we got good old american cheese. what i do with these, you take a plan tan, you peel it. you don't eat them raw. you got to fry them, mash them, cook them. we fry them once, smash them, kind of break up all that starch, refry them so they're nice and crispy. then a beautiful vehicle for a -- >> let's try them. you know who's coming up after we eat these sandwiches? >> beyonce. >> my wife backstage actually
got to cuddle with beyonce. >> did she? looks like i'm going home with a couple dogs today. try that out. >> we're going to run and meet beyonce but you rock. sandwich king. nothing better than you. >> thank you for having me. how beyonce, the world's tiniest pup, survived the odds to come be with her auntie kathie and her aunt hoba. but first, this is "today" on nbc.
when she was born. she could fit into a take spoon. >> that's beyonce and this is jay-z, her lover. >> this is beth dicaprio, also responsible for saving beyonce's live, also naming her. executive director of the foundation that rescues animals in california. >> actually, mom came from a shelter in san bernardino, california and she was slated for euthanasia like so many moms are. they just can't hold on to them. so she was brought down to our facility and she was very pregnant. we were afraid that actually it was too big of a dad so we knew -- we found out that there were four viable and one still born. but when she was born she moved and -- oh. >> there's nothing in it. >> but she -- our large animal vet, dr. russell, was there and
he gave her heart compressions. >> how. >> he just did right on her chest and i think they just showed a video of after we got her breathing just her first gasps. >> i can imagine everyone seeing this -- the video of these adorable dogs, beyonce and the rest, and wanting to adopt. i bet you've had a bunch of people who want them. tell us about that. >> we have had so many wonderful people. we're so grateful for the outpouring of love and support. i think what's happened for us is that we're one of many rescues around the country trying to save dogs and cats that would otherwise be euthanized. we also save horses. but what she's been able to do is to bring awareness, how important it is that we spay and neuter, how important it is that we are not going out and buying dogs from breeders when there are 3.5 million dogs and cats being euthanized each year in our shelters. so we're so grateful that our little miracle baby is able to do that. so grateful to be able to be on your show. >> they're not making room for
her! >> she's very tough. >> watch jay-z get some eats. watch what happens. >> beyonce has her own website now and her own facebook. >> jay-z is like going in for the -- >> she's crazy. >> look at mom. she's so patient. >> she's only 8 months old. sadly, this was her first heat. so she was a street dog and so -- but people can see actually beyonce, there's a video of her, she's dancing. so tinybeyonce.com. >> what's going to happen with them? >> they're going to be in our shelter. >> beth, thank you so much. tomorrow it is finally here -- our blind auditions begin. bye, everybody.