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good morning. breaking overnight, gunfire erupts in a chicago park. 13 people wounded including a 3-year-old boy. we're there, live. today exclusive, amanda knox speaks out now facing a retrial in italy for the murder of her former roommate. she says she will not attend. we'll ask her why. >> and large crowds gather at apple stores all around the country as the new iphones go on sale. will they live up to the ihype today? friday, september 20th, 2013. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza.
>> good morning. welcome to "today" on a friday morning. i'm matt lauer. >> i'm savannah guthrie along side al roker and tamron hall who is sitting in for natalie. actually i think natalie is waiting for the new iphone. >> i passed it this morning on my bike. >> 5th avenue? >> yeah, crazy stuff. >> people have been lining up for a day waiting to get in. they are open, but they have not started selling the phones yet. we will have more on that coming up. >> also, amanda knox is here for an exclusive interview. she is outside the studio right now. we want to ask a question about the interview. >> if you were amanda would you return to italy for another trial? you can get into this conversation on our facebook page. we'll talk to amanda live in a few minutes. >> but first, more violence in chicago. 13 people wounded after another mass shooting. one of the victims a 3-year-old. john yang is in chicago. john, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, matt.
very violent night overnight in chicago on the south side. 13 people were shot. the most seriously shot was a 3-year-old boy, shot in the head. he's in critical condition in the hospital right now. incidentally, that little boy's uncle was one of the victims of a state of violence over labor day here in chicago. the other victims in that shooting, in that park shooting on the south side, their injuries do not appear to be life threatening. many have already been treated and released from the hospital. police very tight lipped. they do say it appears to be gang related and believe it or not, it was only one of a number of incidents overnight. in all, overnight in chicago there were 23 people wounded. two of them fatally. so this is a very violent night in chicago. ironically it comes at a time when police officials have been touting the murder rate and shooting rate is actually coming
down. murder down 32% and shooting down 22% and murders on track to be the lowest since the 1960s but a very violent night, matt. >> john, thank you very much. now to washington and here we go again. another government shut down show down is brewing on capitol hill. nbc's peter alexander is on duty at the white house this morning. peter, good morning to you. >> hey, savannah. president obama travels to kansas city this morning to highlight improvements in the economy but back here in washington there's another political war. this time largely within the republican party over funding the government and without an agreement by the end of this month, it is you who could feel the pain. >> reporter: stop me if you've heard this one before. if washington can't come to an agreement in just ten days it will run out of money. the government will shut down. house republican solution, a bill that funds the government through mid december but stops paying for the president's healthcare law. >> the law is a train wreck and it's going to raise cost.
it's destroying american jobs and it must go. >> reporter: but it won't go far. the republican bill is guaranteed to fail in the democratic controlled senate. some republican senators even dismissed the plan. one calling it the dumbest idea i've ever heard because even if it passed, president obama would never sign it into law. once again a stalemate. >> the problem is right now, this town, washington is locked up. >> reporter: so what would a shut down mean to you, members of the military and most government workers would get ious, not pay checks. tourists and national monuments locked out and passport and visa applications stalled and no new student loans until the government gets back to work. among those not affected, the members of congress. they still get paid and more now they're still bickering. >> while the president is happy
to negotiate with vladimir putin he won't engage with the congress on a plan. >> the white house's response? >> a little bit of putin envy on behalf of the speaker. but maybe he can explain that. >> here's the thing, avoiding a shut down is supposed to be the easy part. the last shut down was 20 years ago. the bigger challenge is raising the borrowing limit, they call it the debt ceiling. that's next up and there the possible consequence is default, again, threatening the nation's economy. >> peter alexander at the white house this morning. thank you so much. >> are we on the verge of another government shut down? that will be the topic this sunday on "meet the press." pope francis is speaking out for his new vision for the catholic church in what might be the most revealing interview since his election in march he shared his thoughts on the need for reform. here's ann thompson. >> reporter: in a blunt interview in the magazine "america" pope francis says the church cannot be obsessed with the issues that divide it.
we cannot insist on issues related only to abortion, gay marriage, and the use of contraceptive methods. this is not possible. he goes on to say, we have to find a new balance. otherwise, even the morale edifice of the church is likely to fall like a house of cards. until now the pope followed the advice attributed by his name sake. preach often. when necessary, use words. pope francis is accessible. always stopping to bless the sick or kiss a child and he is humbling. excepting a used car to drive in vatican city. he likes to be close to the people and he wants his priests to do the same. urging them to act like pastors, not bureaucrats. the pope says he sees today's church as a field hospital that needs to heal wounds. the church sometimes has locked itself up in small things in small minded rules. he wants the catholic church to be the home of all.
not a small chapel that can only hold a small group of selected people. for today, ann thompson, nbc news, new york. >> new york's timothy cardinal dolan is the president of the u.s. conference of catholic bishops. good to see you. >> good to be with you. >> we have met before on the occasion of the pope making headlines. we observe he is not changing church doctrine, but this seems like a radical change in emphasis. do you agree? >> i agree. radical is a good word. that comes from the latin word of root. he is going back to the gospel. simplicity, a surprise, invitation, mercy and embrace. this man -- yesterday was the sixth anniversary you and i were together on march 19th as he began his ministry. six month anniversary yesterday, this guy batting 1000. >> we have seen him on the ride
back from brazil when he said who am i to judge homosexuals. i think he took it a step forward. in a way launching criticism of the church saying the church was obsessed with the social issues? is it a fair critique? does it ring true? >> we better listen to him. he is a successor of st. peter. he is asking for a stress strategy. sometimes as we come across as negative, as complaining too much we lose the folks. we have to be positive and fresh and affirming. if we emphasize the essentials all the other principles will flow from it. the practical application. he's on to something. he's a good teacher. >> for some people these words are comforting and welcoming. for others who care deeply about these social issues and i think you count yourself among them, is there anything alarming or upsetting or confusing about it? >> i hope not and what i welcome is that this man, pope francis, has given the church such a front burner position in the
life of the world that we now, we bishops, we priests, we have the opportunity now to help him clarify and present the fresh and vigorous way the teaching of the church. because all of a sudden everybody is interested. i'm getting invited to the today show. when i go to a restaurant people are asking me about pope francis and the teachings of the church. this is an amazingly effective teachable opportunity due to him. >> do you view it as a course correction? >> we always need correctives. i think so. every pope gives us a correction. every pope gives us a correction. this one is doing it very effectively and i'm glad he is. >> does it change anything you do. you're the head of the u.s. conference of catholic bishops. you have been involved in fighting obamacare's policy on contraceptives. does that change what you do or where you spend your time or your emphasis. >> yes. it does. i wouldn't exactly use those issue as you observed but did you hear what he said to bishops
the other day, he said don't be in an airplane looking down at your people and the poor, get down there with them. now that is good for me to hear. that's an examination of conscious. i have to say to myself, are you with your people? are you stuck in the office all the time? are you driving by in a car? you're supposed to be with them like he is. those are prophetic corrections that i need to hear. he's calling me to conversion of heart like jesus did. >> i'm out of time. >> i'm out of breath. >> has he surprised you? has this pope surprised you? >> i'm surprised that i'm not surprised. this is what we wanted. remember i told you savannah, you were there and march 19th i'm sitting next to one of the great intellects of the church and when the pope is speaking to me turns with tears in his eyes and he said this guy speaks like jesus and i said i think that's
the job description. he's doing it. >> it's always good to have you here. >> thank you. >> now here's matt. savannah, thank you. now to mexico where the heaviest rains on record left that country battered and in chaos. at least 97 people died and more than 1 million people are effected by the rain, the wind, and the flooding. mark potter is there with the latest. mark, good morning. >> good morning to you, matt. in the last week mexico has been hit by a one-two-three punch. three separate areas struck by a hurricane or a tropical storm. tens of thousands of tourists have been stranded and many are still trying to get out. >> reporter: flood waters are still raging in parts of mexico's west coast and the devastation is getting worse. bridges are collapsing. roads are being cutoff and washed away and tens of thousands of people are stranded. for many, the situation is desperate. the airport in acapulco is flooded and several hundred tourists are camping out there
hoping to get out this morning. some have been waiting for days. among them, edgar and his family. >> you have been waiting three days here at the airport. >> yes, exactly. >> how are you feeling? >> tired. sad. and it's a hard week. >> reporter: alice cooper and her family visiting from miami were still hoping to board one of the flights headed out last night. >> we have been trying since saturday to get out of here but it has been almost impossible. >> reporter: the mexican army is using military transports to fly tourists home and four private airlines are flying people out at no charge. rural towns like this one are now buried as mudslides overwhelmed homes and roads. relief aid has been slow and coming and there's some reports of looting but the situation isn't dire for everyone. some hotels managed to escape the ravages of the storm and are giving away rooms and meals. >> no problem. i am here. i have fantastic food. i'm happy.
free everything. >> but for so many here in the storm zone it is a much, much more desperate situation. mexican officials are trying to clear the road between mexico city and acapulco some more relief aid can come in here. back to you. >> mark potter, thank you so much. this storm maybe headed to the u.s.? certainly some of it. we're seeing that on the satellite and radar. good news for acapulco, they are drying out. no more storms for them. that will help with the relief efforts. closer to home, we seeing showers and thunderstorms getting themselves together. streaming out of mexico and into texas. so we are going to see a lot of heavy rain over the next 48 hours. from del rio to dallas, we have heavy thunderstorms. we have flash flood watches and flood watches in effect for much of central and southern texas and we're looking for as much as 5 inches of rain. heaviest areas are going to be
out around houston texas and then right along the louisiana-texas border. 3 to 5 inches of rain, guys. >> al, thank you. >> there was a controversial vote on food stamps on thursday. natalie is on assignment this morning. tamron has that story. >> senate democrats and the white house are denouncing a vote thursday by house republicans to cut funding for food stamps by almost $4 billion a year. which could affect some 3.8 million people. senate majority leader harry reid calls the measure hateful and punitive. the white house says it will take food out of hungry americans and promises a veto it if it gets to the president's desk. >> al qaeda is blamed for two attacks in yemen. the attacks killed at least 38 people at a military base and wounded dozens more. eight militants were also said to have been killed. officials say the death toll in colorado's flooding has risen
to at least seven people now. on thursday, searchers found the body of 80-year-old gerald bolin. a retired teacher who had gone to a shelter and tried to return to his home. the people unaccounted for has dropped to 140 people. a florida school bus driver is under investigation because of the cell phone video shot by a student. it shows the hillsborough county driver driving with one hand and texting with another. the school board has a policy against this practice. the world's fastest man has a plan to retire. usain bolt had a plan to retire after the rio de janeiro olympics. he said he would like to compete a year after that. and detroit's prince fielder did all he could to chase down a ball against seattle.
he did not get the ball, but he got the next best thing in my opinion. nachos. he got nachos from a fan in the seats. ask me, that is a cheesy way to make us forget he did not get that ball. get it? savannah and al, it is a cheesy way. >> you don't say get it. >> if you have to say get it. >> then you know it's cheesy. >> whose side are you on? >> tamron, thank you very much. mr. roker is back with the forecast. let's see what we have. we have been talking about the front. you see it. it is clear and delineated from chicago all the way to del rio. a pretty long system. from del rio, texas to chicago. we are talking almost 1,500 miles. this is really getting together and pushing its way forward. we are looking at showers and thunderstorms over the next 24 hours making their way from texas and cutting across chicago and cleveland and into syracuse and boston as we move on into the weekend.
it clears out by sunday with better weather coming. cooler weather as well for the northeast and midwest. we will get to your local forecast coming up after the next 30 seconds. is that your favorite? i don't know... i also like strawberry, boysenberry, red raspberry, blackberry, sweet orange marmalade, apple, pineapple, concord grape, apricot, peach, blueberry... [ male announcer ] tim and richard smucker grew up knowing that with so many delicious varieties, it's tough to choose just one favorite. apricot pineapple... [ male announcer ] for five generations, with a name like smucker's, it has to be good. we're expecting a cooler day around the bay area. highs mostly in the 60s and 70s from san francisco, 67 degrees upper 70s around the north bay, 78 in san jose, maybe a few low 80s san jose, but the forecast will continue cooling, for the
weekend more clouds tomorrow. and a chance of showers late this evening, for the north bay across the rest of the bay area tomorrow, breezy and clearing skies for sunday. > that's your latest weather. we're all a twitter. >> yeah because the new iphone are coming out today. they're up for sale. carson making his second venture outside the orange room this week. he is in the monitor because he is down the block. >> how are you doing? 3:30 in the morning she got here. the am store is quite the scene this morning. thousands of apple faithfuls trying to get their hands on not one but two new apple iphone being released today. the 5s and the 5c. here's more. >> reporter: lines of devoted iphone fans are wrapped around the block and around the world. it's becoming something of a badge of honor. >> this is my tenth day out here. >> 14 days. going on 15. >> waiting forever for it.
>> reporter: to be among the first to grab the latest iphone. >> i'm excited. >> it's like christmas. >> one of the most impressive new features is at your fingerti fingertips. the fingerprint technology. >> the fingerprint tester wowed me. >> putting the fingerprint reader on the phone. >> reporter: as for the people asking didn't i just buy a new iphone last year, apple is offering a buy back program. >> they'll evaluate it and give you credit but it can only be used for a new iphone. >> reporter: samsung, the maker of the top selling android galaxy has been open about going after the apple crowd. >> if it doesn't workout. >> no, i love it. >> hey. >> hey, mom, dad. >> reporter: when it comes to smartphones, androids outsell iphone by more than 7%. >> andro is the market share leader right now. that's a fact. >> reporter: but the gap is closing. according to a survey in fortune
magazine, 20% of iphone customers switched from android. while only 7% of samsung phones were apple defectors. >> apple wants to make sure people will be holding an iphone in their hands today, tomorrow, and forever. >> people online just staring at the phones there, sorry about that. everybody is in a trance as you can imagine. this is all the bells and whistles or the 5c comes in colors and it's cheaper. you can touch it. you can touch it -- hey, give me that back. you might want to wait because the rumor is that maybe the iphone 6 might not be too far down the road. >> don't start with that. >> troublemaker. >> two golds, one grey, one silver. >> sequen.
>> i'll go get in line. >> thank you. >> thanks carson. coming up at 7:32, amanda knox speaks out on the eve of another italian murder trial. >> that's right. we have that coming up. also in trending, why there maybe nothing you can do to make your parents likeyou? >> what? >> it's actually your in laws. >> wow. >> this is "today" on nbc.
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the search of the house they found a small pot grow. nobody was home at the time. >> and now we're a little more than a half hour away from the first sales of the iphone 5-s in the bay area. we have a live picture there of the palo alto store with people all lined up close to 200 people out there. stores officially open up at 8:00. we'll let you know what kind of weather they will be waiting around in, christina loren is off and rob is here. >> at least it's not raining on those folks in palo alto around any outdoor apple stores in the bay area. temperatures 60s and 70s, a cool day as we see the low clouds back and eventually rain producing clouds approaching the north bay by this evening. and across the rest of the bay area, tomorrow morning the showers return for saturday, clearing and breezy on sunday. cool temperatures there as we move into fall on sunday evening. mike. >> rob, you know here there is the beautiful orange glow from the sunrise. it's messing around with our
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[ music playing ] >> she is not your ordinary surfer. not from california, not from hawaii, she from new york and taught matt a thing or two about hitting the waves. 7:30 on this friday morning, the 20th of september, 2013. good morning. i'm savannah guthrie along side matt lauer and tamron hall in for natalie and we don't know where al is. >> he's at the iphone store. >> exactly. >> first, a look at the headlines this morning. sad news out of chicago. 13 people sad news out of chicago. a shooting spree at a park including a 3-year-old boy. >> showdowns on capitol hill today as lawmakers are working
on legislation that may or may not lead to a government shutdown. >> and hurricane manuel is blamed for at least 97 deaths in mexico as remnants of that storm now head toward the united states. >> coming up, young college graduates making a surprising career decision to raise other people's kids. is it the economy talking or something else? interesting story. >> let's start by talking about amanda knox. she's getting ready to relive a nightmare she thought was over. facing a new trial for murder charges in italy. this all surrounds the death of her roommate back in 2007. amanda is here this morning to share her story. but first, a look at why she finds herself back at the mercy of the italian justice system. it was the decision heard round the world. after four years in jail, cleared of the 2007 murder of her roommate, meredith kercher
inside this apartment in it la. back on american soil, a free woman. >> thank you to everyone who believed in me. >> in her hometown of seattle, she goes back to college and writes a memoir. trying to put the past behind her until a new twist rocks her world again. >> acquittal of amanda knox overturned this morning. >> the italian supreme court orders a new trial forcing knox to face the same murder charges all over again. investigative journalist who spent a year covering the trial says the new hearings may be an attempt to resolve any doubts left in the court of public opinion. >> the majority of the italians believe she's guilty. the supreme court can't be oblivious to that fact. >> knox's family and attorneys remain hopeful her acquittal will stand. >> amanda knox haas was not involved in this horrific murder and she's absolutely unequivocally not guilty.
>> as her fate is determined in italy, knox will be watching from home, a half a world away from the courtroom. >> she's with us. her book is called "waiting for heard." it's good to see you. >> i've been reading some things you said over the last year or so. one of the things you talked about honestly, you've had symptoms of ptsd, had nightmares, panic attacks. as this trial now gets ready to start in about ten days, has that somewhat kind of inflamed that issue? >> absolutely. it's been a hard month. i -- it's so crazy to -- it's happening so fast. it's happening and i'm not quite sure what's going to happen. but i'm trying to do everything i can to make a difference. >> i look back april 30th was
the last time i saw you make a comment where you said you were still considering going. >> yeah. >> you were still considering going there. now you said no you will not be there to stand trial. most people assume that much of the decision is based on the fear if you're found guilty, you could go back to prison and won't see the united states for a long time. >> i look at it as, i was already in prison as an innocent person in italy. i can't reconcile the choice to go back with that experience. it's not a possibility. it is i was imprisoned as an innocent person. i just can't relive that. i'm not -- i don't think i'm going to be put back in prison. i think that we're going to win. that's why i'm fighting this fight. that's why i continue to, to put forth the defensive argument in court. >> but you know that by saying i
will not go back there, there are going to be some people who look at that decision and say it's a sign of guilt. she's got something to hide she doesn't want to stand trial. >> i look at it as an admission of innocence to be quite honest. because, i mean, besides the fact that there are so many factors that are not allowing me to go back, financial ones, ones where i'm going to school, ones where i don't -- i want the court to proceed without distraction. it's -- i was imprisoned as an innocent person. and that -- it's common sense not to go back. >> if i'm the prosecutor though, i think you're handing me an opportunity. first of all, you don't get a chance to make an impassioned plea for ayour innocence the wa you did in italian. if i'm the prosecutor and telling the court about your trustworthiness and your version of the facts and the character issues in the first two trials, i get to point at an empty chair
and i get to say she didn't care enough to come back and stand trial. >> that drives me crazy. i understand that risk. but what is being on trial here is not my character. is shouldn't be. what should be on trial is the fact that the case and if you look at the facts of the case, there's proof of my innocence in there being no -- there's no trace of me in the room where my friend was murdered. there's traces all over the place of the man who actually did this. rudy ga day. it's impossible for me to have participate north dakota this crime if there's no trace of me. >> you said you still have faith in the italian legal system, the justice system. that's the sis thaem convicted you the first time, overturned the conviction on appeal and then ordered a new trial. how do you still have faith in the system that's gone back and forth like that? >> well, two judges looked at this case.
judge helmand and judge -- the appeal trial judge. they saw that i was innocent. you can be acquitted both ways. you can be acquitted for being not enough evidence to prove your guilt and you can be acquitted for being innocent. they found me innocent. that renewed my faith in the justice system. at this point, people have told me, why do you even keep fighting? i believe that that is possible. i i believe that people who really care about justice and who really look at this without prejudice are going to come to the same conclusion. >> before i ask you the next question, do you mind next question, do you mind sticking around for a few minutes? can i continue this in a few minutes. >> sure. >> let me end with this and we'll bring you back. how a you going to keep one this trial? is there a feed you'll be able to see each day. you'll be going to school. are you going to watch it every day? >> i'm not quite sure about watching it.
i'm definitely going to be in contact with my lawyers so what i am plan as good that they will call me for every break that happens during a single court session. they'll call me. tell me what's happening. >> will you have input? will you make suggestions? >> well, i'm trying to figure out how this will be because during court i would listen and i would say well that person is saying something that's completely inaccurate can you ask them a question and i won't be there this time. i'm really not sure what itself going to look like. >> stick around. i appreciate the time and by the way, i want to mention again the book is called "waiting to be heard." thanks. we'll see u in a couple of minutes. let's go to al and savannah. >> matt, thank you so much. i'm going to take it right now and show you we have a wide area of showers and thunderstorms stretching from texas. making it's way all the way up here. wet weather in the eastern part of the country. as we start off with saturday,
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♪ oooooooo. ♪ we're back at 7:44. we'll continue our conversation with amanda knox. i know you don't love hypotheticals. but if you're found guilty in this trial in italy the italian government could request you be extradited to that country. has your legal team been in contact with the state department or the justice departmento find out if they would extradite you? >> that's not the primary concern of my lawyers right now. i don't believe that they have. precisely because they are still confident that we can win this. it's interesting -- >> what's your degree of confidence and i hate to do a scale of 1 to 10.
are you a 10? are you an 8? >> i'm a 9. there's always the fear that's lingering and the experience of being convicted when i shouldn't have. but things are changed. it's not just the prosecutions voice that's out there. and while it is the legal process in italy where one can be convicted of a crime if there is no motive to be found and if there's only circumstantial evidence, you cannot be convicted if there is proof to the contrary. >> so that one in ten chance, backo the hypothetical, if you're found guilty you could live in this country. they could want you extradited. you could be here outside the reach of the italian law but with an international arrest warrant hanging over your head. you wouldn't be allowed to travel. could you imagine life like that? >> i imagine it all the time because i have to think the worst case scenario. i have to prepare in my mind what that would be like. i mean, i thought about what it
would be like to live my entire life in prison. and to lose everything. to lose what i have been able to come back to and rebuild. i think about it all the time and it's so scary. everything is at stake. >> and finally, meredith's parents may not be swayed by a verdict one way or another. they may always think that you are responsible for the death, the murder of their daughter. can you live with that? >> i really hope that that isn't the case. i really hope that they can come to understand that it's so hard to be logical about this when you have lost someone so close to you and so important to you but i really hope that with time, with things changing they'll give me innocence a chance and i'll be able to
approach them. i don't want to be forever separated from them because at this point meredith is a part of my life and i only knew her for a very short amount of time. but she'll always be there. and i want to be able to share that with them. >> amanda knox, thank you for taking time to talk to us this morning. we'll be following thistrial. >> thanks. >> thank you. and we're going to go to our orange room. we'll continue this conversation in the orange room. if you'd like to weigh in on the conversation, you can go to today.com for more on that. ill to come, the story that will melt your heart. ♪ [ male announcer ] staying warm and dry has never been our priority. our priority is, was and always will be serving you, the american people.
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>> it's 7:56. good morning. i'm jon kelley. we are minutes away from the release of the newest iphone. "today in the bay's" bob redell joining us from the apple store in downtown palo alto. a lot of people out there, we heard an apple big timer came out. >> yeah, bigger than the store manager. good morning to you. in about three minutes the apple employees will open the doors here to the store. they are doing their normal getting everyone pumped up. there is a line of people there. to the right, some have been here since monday morning. quickly, a surprise moments ago about 20 minutes ago. look at this video. this man comes walking up the sidewalk, by himself without an entoura entourage. anal)u an anal apple ceo tim cook. the only words wow, surprised how many did come out here.
at least 250, maybe 300 people waiting for the doors to open to get their hands on the new iphone 5-s going on sale in two minutes. reporting live in palo alto, bob redell, nbc bay area news. >> pretty cool for cook to show up. rob is here. >> good morning. dry conditions in palo alto but a cooler finish to the day. 60s and 70s around the bay and a chance of seeing some misty skies at times today. showers into saturday and)kd th clearing and breezy on sunday. >> first we'll start off with major delayso[i which b.a.r.t. at the san bruno station reported from an equipment problem. across the bay, san mateo bridge, friday light. we'll look at the maps and see slowing approaching the hayward toll plaza. 880, out of hayward slow north and south. across the bay both bridges smooth. the peninsula shows the slowdown at 101 t northbound route continues to build especially 101 up to castro expressway. that's unusual for a friday.
it's 8:00 on today, coming up, new proof there maybe nothing you can do to make your in-laws happy. >> i'll hit the beach with a young surfer poised to make history. >> and jenna bush-hager on a couple of powerful performers paying it forward. friday, september 20th, 2013. >> hey everyone, we miss you. >> we came all the way from oregon to see carson daly. >> today's my birthday. >> happy birthday allison. >> al roker is the man.
>> every other man. >> say hi. hi. >> we are back at 8:00 on this friday morning. some people sneaking in a long weekend on a beautiful morning here in the northeast. out on the plaza i'm matt lauer along with savannah guthrie and al roker. carson daly is in the orange room right now and doing an extended interview with amanda knox and her sister. if you'd like to check out that interview go to today.com/orange room later on today and we'll post it. >> also ahead, do you believe in life after love or should i say. ♪ do you believe in life after love ♪ h cher is taking over our plaza. did you hear dogs barking?
>> i saw them crawling under the bed. >> jumping off a roof. >> this is chef live on the plaza. it's going to be amazing. we'll haveuge crowd. >> they also tell me that cher is planng to make a huge entrance. i don't know details about that. >> well, that explains the permit for the zip line. >> don't give it away. also, miley cyrus will be here live on october 2nd. >> and foam hands won't be far behind. >> plus all next week we have a special series called born today. fertility frustrations, bottle versus breast feeding, sleep deprivation, we'll cover it all. we want you to be part of the conversation. from the best parenting advice to the worst diaper you've ever had to deal with. never feed a baby chili. >> we want to see your beautiful babi babies. share your pictures. go to today.com if you want to
be part of born today. the fun starts monday morning right here on today. i have submitted a baby picture that is so hideous you will never let me live it down. >> you're just pressing for compliments so we go you're adorable. >> no, you won't say that. >> all right. we'll check that out. >> that's a beautiful bahia algondones -- that's a beautiful baby. he could sense we were talking about him. >> so cute natalie is on assignment today. tamron hall has the top assignments. tamron. >> good morning everyone. a new round of violence in chicago. a shooting in a city park. at least 13 people were shot including a 3-year-old boy who is in criticacondition. witnesses said gunmen drove by in a grey car and started shooting. police believe the shooting was gang related. so far, though, no arrests. >> as we reported earlier, former american exchange student amanda knox goes on trial in
italy this month for a third time charged in the 2007 murder of her british roommate. knox spent four years behind bars befe she was acquitted on appeal. this morning, she told matt she will not go to italy for the trial even if that might have an impact on the court. >> i was imprisoned as an innocent person and that, it's common sense not to go back. >> knox told matt that despite her innocence she can never stop thinking about the possibility of being returned to prison. a florida school bus driver is under investigation because of this cell phone video shot by a student last week. look at this. it appears to show the hillsboro county driver steering with one hand and texting with the other. florida's ban on texting while driving doesn't take effect until next month but school officials say they do have a policy against this practice. a desperate situation this
morning in mexico slammed by a tropical storm thursday for the third time this week. flooding and landslides claed at least 97 lives and dozens of people are still missing. the heaviest rains on record also washed away roads and bridges. hardest hit was the pacific resort of acapulco. they're flying stranded tourists home. >> in an interview, pope francis said thursday the catholic church has to find a new balance. he said the church cannot be obsessed with the issues that divide it such as abortion, gay marriage and contraception. he says the church should be a home to all. not a small chapel that can only hold a small group of selective people. neighbors might be relieved after, listen to this, 850 snakes were removed from one home thursday, a suburban home in new york and in the garage. the collection included a pair of illegal pythons.
officials say they belonged to a local animal control officer who was selling them. they'll be shipped to an animal sanctuary. not clear what will happen with the other snakes. three adorable lion cubs born at the oregon zoo in portland. they're only two weeks old. cameras got to record the baby girls during their first check up. it could be a month or two before the sister cubs can make their debut at the zoo. it is 8:06, now, back to al. >> and you ain't lying tamron. we have some friends here from gigi's house for down syndrome awareness and we have some beauties here. what's going on this week. >> i'm amanda mason i'm miss new york 2013 and gigi's play house is an amazing organization. it's a down syndrome achievement center and these are the beautiful kids that we he out to achieve their full potential. >> for more information go to
gigi's play house.org/new york and there's other centers around the country as well. pick city today, greatest city in the world, new york, baby. that's right. and we have a gorgeous day today. 78, showers tomorrow. then turning milder and some sunshine on sunday. rest of the country, we are watching afternoon temperatures that are going to cool down. starting into the upper great lax. hundreds in the southwest. 90s along the gulf coast. today strong storms in the upper midwest. rain from western new york all the way down to texas and more seeing the return of low clouds this morning across the bay bridge toll plaza, and more than just low clues in the forecast today. this will bring a chance of seeing some misty skies around san francisco. the coasts and some of the hilltops. showers moving out of the north bay heading south as we head towards the evening into tomorrow morning. high today 60s and 70s. 78 in san jose. 67, closer to san francisco.
tomorrow even cooler with some showers to kick off the weekend. breezy and mild, but dryer on sunday.6@oq that's your latest weather. >> thank you, coming up on trending this morning, that wheel offortune contestant that says he was cheated out of a big prize gets a nice surprise from jimmy fallon. >> great story. and young college educated women are choosing a different path, they're choosing to be nannys and we'll tell you why. >> matt is going to be hanging 10 with an impressive young woman that could make surfing history. all coming up. um... where's mrs. davis? she took an early spring break thanks to her double miles from the capital one venture card. now what was mrs. davis teaching? spelling. that's not a subject, right? i mean, spell check. that's a program. algebra. okay. persons a and b are flying to the bahamas. how fast will they get there? don't you need distance, rate and... no, all it takess double miles.
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result we have ever gotten. but it's understandable. >> we should have offered heck no. >> all right. trending from the los angeles times, we're goners. scientists crunched the numbers and they say that the life of the earth, the planet we're living on, will end in as little as 1.75 billion years. >> no. i had a manicure appointmt. that's if an asteroid or war doesn't finishes us off first. we have spent 200,000 years on earth as humans. findings come as researchers are intensifying their work to find life on other planets. >> interesting. meantime, a good deed is going viral on twitter. a manager at a dairy queen in minnesota is winning praise all over the web. joey prusak noticed a visually
impaired customer dropped a $20 bill from his pocket. when the woman behind that customer snapped it up and put it in her purse, he stepped in. >> i said i'm not going to serve someone as disrespectful as you and you can either return the $20 bill and i'll serve you or you can leave. she said well it's my $20 bill. and i said well, you can leave. >> the woman storms out and joey gives the man $20 from his own pocket. another customer wrote to joey's manager saluting his actions. we would like to add our salute to that. >> another blizzard. >> now we have to support joey. >> we're going to see joey. >> here's a story matt and savannah are passionate about. the real reason why your parents may not like your partners. >> what is that? >> wow. >> why would you throw us under the bus. >> scientists did some research
and they found that it actually has to do with grandkids. they have a deep evolutionary instinct to see their kids settle with someone that can provide for their family. they are preprogrammed to make sure their children end up with love, support and money. >> your mom doesn't like mike? >> my mom loves mike. it's me. >> oh, look. >> there you go. >> right there. >> actually my mom and mike e-mail each other. >> they have their own independent relationship. >> we'll have to start watching out for mike and your mom. >> mike and i e-mail each other. >> everybody likes mike better than me. >> not true. remember the story yesterday about the wheel of fortune contesta? missing out on a chance to win a million dollar prize after flubing the answer to a question.
jimmy fallon asked him what went wrong. >> it was part nerves. pat was like right here and he is a legend. so right here. >> you seem really calm right now, paul. >> jimmy fallon not so much. later paul confessing he didn't know what a corner curio cabinet was so jimmy brought him one out as a gift. >> that makes up for all the money he lost. >> he was funny. he had a good sense of humor. >> he was cute. th's what's trending today. coming up, matt hits the beach with an east coast surfing f phenom. >> nice shot of tamron. >> you look good today. i like the dress. >> i'm innocent. >> when you think of a nanny you may think mary poppins but the modern nanny maybe different
than that. >> reporter:hen she was growing up, this wasn't how she pictured her reer. >> i went to school with the intentions of being a teacher. >> reporte she got a degree in human development with a focus on early childhood education and then decided to become a nanny to a 16 month old and 8-year-old in california. >> this makes me happy. >> reporter: across the country shelly made the same decision. >> i'm only 23 at i have two organic fruit snacks in my bag. a pack of tissues. pen and paper, band-aids, juice box. >> reporter: a new breed of nannys, young, education and ard with a college degree. >> i do not envy my friends that sit at their desk all day long. >> reporter: choosing to take care of children full time over a number of other possible careers. >> in today's world, i mean, we are the modern day mary poppins. >> reporter: they take their
career seriously. >> i don't just change diapers. i'm part of this family or at least i see myself that y. >> reporter: parents tend to agree, willing to pay more for a nanny that can help with child development and homework while pushing the value of education. >> working mothers going to work having the peace of mind that they're not leaving their children with a babysitter but they're leaving them with a peer. someone that will give the same type of devotion and focus on child rearing. >> reporter: there can be a stigma to get past. >> i was embarrassed at first to say i'm a babysitter. >> reporter: but both women say the rewards are rich in many ways. >> i could get myself an apartment and the life stystyle couldn't becoming a preschoolteacher. >> i don't see it as a step down
or my college degree being put to waste. this is what i would be doing in any lifetime. >> reporter: for today, nbc news, new york. >> by the way, college educated nannys can make 50 to $100,000 a year or more. both women love the kids they're working with but neither said they are sure they would dot forever. deborah is the author of "wonder women: sex, power and the quest for perfection." good to see you. >> thank you. >> it's a luxury many aren't able to afford. what do you make of somebody that has that education using their skills in this way? >> i think it's great for these young women if this is what they want to be doing at this point in their lives. they all seem to be enjoying it but we do have to face the fact that the economy right now is not very pleasant for young folks, women or men graduating college. so hopefully the economy will pick up and these young folks
will have a broader range of well paying jobs. >> it's a way of marketing their skills saying i bring something extra to the table in the nature of being able to tutor or talk to the kids about their math problems or whatever. >> it is but you hope that they're also going to be getting some skills along the way so when they do go out to the next job they can use those skills for something else. >> to broaden the discussion it raises all the same questions against about feminism. what does it really mean? does it mean you have to follow a certain career path or does it mean that you have the choice to do whatever you want? >> it's crucial to remember, feminism was about creating choices. it was about getting women away from the confines they have lived under. so hopefully we're moving into an era where we can make sure that young women have the choices they want and follow choices that have meaning for them. if they're choosing to become nanny that's great but if they want to become something else they can pursue what their real
dreams are. >> get rid of the myth that women have to have it all. >> nobody has it all. >> always good to have you here. thank you so much. >> thank you. >> now, here's matt. thank you. the state of new york is known for a lot of things but being the surf capital of the world, not one of them. and one may have new yorkers changing their tune from forget about it. >> reporter: this surfer isn't your average california girl. that's because she is not from california. she isn't even from the northshore of hawaii. she is from the southshore of long island. >> i'm christy davis, i'm 18 years old and from new york. >> reporter: being from new york gets a lot of strange questions on the international surf circuit. >> they usually ask if there's an ocean there. >> reporter: she's not just a good surfer for a new yorker. she is on the fast track to become one of the best. currently ranked third in the world at the junior's level she is poised to break into
surfing's elite world champiship tour and quincy wouldn't just be the only new yorker on the tour, she would be the first. >> so what's a nice girl from two hours from new york city doing as one of the top young surfers in the world? when did you first start surfing? >> when i was about seven years old. >> was it because everybody aroundou was surfing. >> i said i wasn't going to surf. but i was just on the beach and i got bored. >> reporter: and that boredom was replaced by something else. winning. >> i started going with my friends out to local contests and i would come home with like these cool little trophies and i >> and she kept on going with her family's full support. >> the story goes that there were times in school where the waves would be great and your folks would go in and basically tell the teachers to principal quincy is going to surf now because the waves are rolling in. >> yeah, they're so supportive because they understand the love that i have for surfing because they surf as well.
they did anything they could. help me with getting a tutor or traveling with me. >> reporter: she graduated with her high school class this past june and went to prom and has a day job working at her family's restaurant. sounds like a typical teenager except this teen had an attitude problem. she needed to get one. to be a winner in this sport, sometimes waves have to be stolen. >> do you think your reputation out there, do they expect you to be more aggressive? >> yeah, most of the time. sometimes have to push myself to be more aggressive. my new york side does come out. >> you're a new yorker that has to push herself to be aggressive? >> yeah, sometimes. >> reporter: but it's not just surfing that's gotten the attention of publications like the new york times which recently did a profile on quincy. it's also her all american good looks. quincy has done some modeling. but it's pretty clear she would rather be surfing. even if the water is already so
cold that she needs to wear a full body wet suit and so do i. >> i can't believe you convinced me to see how cold this water is. >> are you ready for it. >> reporter: turns out i wasn't ready for it. just trying to swim out was challenge enough. i gave it my best and my best was eventually a wreck. >> she's 18. >> reporter: i'm not cut out to be a surfer. she will sur in the frim frigid waters until november when she will head out to warmer climates but new york is where her heart is. >> i wouldn't trade surfing somewhere else for like one of the best days at home. >> reporter: and as the old new york saying goes, if you can make it there, you can make it anywhere. >> wow. and there's the coolest young lady in the world. >> oh my goodness. >> two hours from new york city. she says even when she tells people she's from new york they say is there even an ocean there.
>> do you think she is going to get endorsement deals? what a star. >> no question. >> way to take one for the team. you'll do the surfer-model story? >> it was a friday afternoon. >> then you had to get in the water. >> water was cold. >> yeah and deep too. >> it's an old joke. >> we were like what does that mean. >> coming up at 8:42, what multitalented husband and wife performers taye diggs and idina menzel did on their summer vacation. but first your local news.
>> good friday morning to you. the masses seem to be rejoicing in the bay area as they now have their hands on the new iphone. apple stores in the bay area opened minutes ago. this is the scene from the store in downtown palo alto where hundreds lined up. some even camped out for days to be one of the first to get the new iphone 5s and the less expensive 5c. apple ceo tim cook even greeted the crowd before the store in palo alto opened. lots of cheers there. to be set for the morning e with mike. >> 880 showing slowdowns. we see it over at the coliseum where the wram is at high street, but in the backup i'm seeing another issue. look at the map. we have6ú north 880.
there's a crash there. there may be additional issues, but i don't have lane information from chp just yet. low westbound. look at the east shore freeway, the top of your screen looking nice. it's ashby that has the typical marriage service street to berkeley. north 101 continues to slow especially towards daylight, then at the bottom of your screen, 58 at 87 and camden. two issues there, laura. back to you. >> that is up to the minute, the minute you're up. another local news update coming up in half hour. hope to see you then.
[ music playing ] >> 8:30 on this friday morning. it's the 20th of september, 2013. this is the final friday -- i didn't think about that. we're having a great morning and it's about to get even more exciting. we are going to crown the winner of today's bright ideas. if you have been watching you have met entrepreneurs with great ideas. clever new products. then we asked our viewers to
vote which one was the best. which one deserves the coveted spot on qvc. we will find out too. >> i like the fix and zip. that's good. >> then they are two of the most talented performers on stage and screen. husband and wife taye diggs and idina menzel are helping young girls. jenna hubush-hager is here to share the story. >> how much money have we wasted on cosmetics and make up that doesn't work. i could have a mansion somewhere. that ends today. we'll reveal allure magazine's best in beauty. >> neither one of them use me up. that's how beautiful they are. >> we just put masks on every morning. >> these aren't fake eyelashes. how about the weather. >> we'll start off with
saturday. wet weather from new england to the gulf. showers coming in from the pacific northwest. in between, a lot of gorgeous weather. then sunday, look for more rai along the northern new england coast. a few showers through the southeastern atlantic states. sunny and cool through the great lakes. gorgeous weather from the mid mississippi river valley into rain mostly sunny, but over can see some of the low clouds on the fremont side this morning, and we'll see more than just low clouds in the forecast. into the afternoon a chance of some light showers around the santa cruz mountains and some near mount hamilton by 4:00. then the line of some showers here in the north bay as we head into the night pushing south for tomorrow. highs 60s and 70s for most of the bay area today. tomorrow a bit cooler. showers kick off the weekend and a windy and dry finish on sunday. >> of course today is nice but the best night of the weekend is sunday night because that's
sunday night football night in america. the bears will try to catch up in heinz field with the steelers. clear skies, to 59. can the steelers cut the mustard in heinz field? i relish this game because it's sunday night football night in america. i apologize for all of those bad puns. well it was a tense evening for the final contestants on the million second quiz but in the end there could be only one. >> go for it andrew. >> let's just say -- >> he's a multimillionaire. the answer is d. >> well, he may have missed the last question but he still took home $2.6 million. the largest cash game prize in game show history. what is he going to do.
we call you mr. now that you got $2.6 million. what are you going to do with that? >> pay off student loans. i just graduated from law school. >> yeah. >> huge debt. >> and hopefully i can take a trip. >> now that you can buy your own law firm that has to be pretty nifty. so you're a bright guy. law school. you had trouble with your lsats to begin with. >> i did. i didn't put in the hd work the first time. >> now that all of this has happened, what are you going to do? take a break or vacation? >> no, i'm going right to work on monday. >> you're going to work on monday. >> i'm starting a new job. >> okay. want to tell everybody there that -- don't give him no stuff. andrew, congratulations. >> thank you. >> the winner of the million second quiz. time to get special birthday wishes from uncle willie. >> you say you want to have a good time and meet nice people,
forget faceboo watch the birthdays. margaret o'brien. how sweet it is. 101 years old today. the reason she lived this long, she is irish. anyway, she loves being irish. i have a little irish in here. have a little scotch in me too. lantana, florida. if you like good towns, you're crazy over lantana. bill valentine loves it. 100 years old today. big marlins fan. when he can he goes to the games in purpose. evelyn mcnair has beautiful hair. she is from union, mississippi. 100 years old today. loves shopping. here's a handsome devil, edward hall. he is from lexington, kentucky. another town out of this world. 102 years old today.
the reason for his longevity, he is a happy guy and always smiles. say hello to marie plitt and she is from baltimore, maryland. that's about 40 miles down the road. 100 years old today and guess what her favorite meal is, steamed crab. >> virgil christiansen, 100 years old today. he enjoys ballroom dancing. i bet he watches "dancing with the stars." i like that show. 100 years old today. we wish him a very happy birthday. now, that's it. that's all. i'm sorry. that's the last -- we have to go now. back to new york. >> all right willard, thanks. have a great weekend. this morning we're back to crown the winner of today's bright idea. this week we have been checking out great new products from up and coming entrepreneurs and inventors from the qvc sprout program. your votes are in and we're
ready to announce your favorite new product which will be sold on qvc, by the way. but first, let's recap the competition. >> each of you is going to have about 20 seconds. first up, stacy and rachel with their hooded reversible rain wrap. >> the rain wrap is water repellant. it has a hood. >> ray demonstrated how the fix and zip repairs a broken ziper. >> you can fix it without tools. >> it's a great idea. >> it's is a slip on coaster. >> do you have them to fitton whole ttle. >> that wrapped up d one. >> it prevents hair clogs in the bathtub or shower drain. >> and then jennifer introced the drain wig hair catcher. >> you never have to touch drain hair? >> you don't. >> i'm sold. >> next, stephanie and heidi with the folding reading
glasses. >> open your blinks and take a look at your menu. >> eri and dan demonstrated trongs. >> i think it's ingenious. >> all the inventors are back with us this morning. >> good morning. >> the votes are in. >> you're just drinking. all right. well, let us tell you that some of these products are going to go big time on qvc. before we do anything further, let me check in with my panel. all right. so savannah, you've had a chance to think about this. what's your favorite product. >> i want to say that all the products -- >> okay. >> okay. okay. well, my second favorite products were the blinks. i think it's beautiful and functional and high quality but i voted for the rain wrap. >> the rain wrap. >> i thought it was fashionable and i want one hint, hint. >> no freebies. >> my second one was the rain wrap. if they eventually come out with
one for guys it would be a real winner but i like the fix and zip. >> okay,i issac couldn't be her today but he left a message. >> i would have to vote on the rain poncho just because i respect people that can develop great textiles and when i was backstage all the girls absolutely loved that product. so that's my vote. >> okay. that's tw not bad. >> i want to read something from qvc sprouts about this competition. qvc sprouts is thrilled that the "today" show's bright idea contest is shining some light on the best new products from america's up-and-coming inventors and entrepreneurs. it's all part of the american dream. so are we ready to find out who wins this american dream? >> yeah, we are. >> first, i'd like the two finalists to step forward. so will jennifer and stacy and rachel please step forward. >> okay. >> that means it's between the drain wig and the rain wraps.
so ladies and gentlemen, the win -- the winner of today's bright idea is stacy and rachel and the rain wrap. congratulations. >> congratulations. >> and also congratulations to jennifer the runner up. >> and to all of our inventors we appreciate it. it's great to have you here. i have a feeling all of your products will end up on qvc as well. guys, thank you very much. thanks to issac mfor helping ou. we appreciate it. and performers helping young girls get out their inner super star. jenna bush-hager
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very happy to welcome back generjenna bush-hager who is back from maternity leave. her baby girl is just about 5 months old. >> i'm glad to be back. >> we have a fix and zip for you. >> that's my baby. that's mila. >> mila. >> everything changed. you have a baby and come back to an orange studio. >>t is not complete until you're sitting on this couch. we missed you. >> i missed you guys although i have to say i really liked maternity lee. >> well, mila is adorable. >> yeah. >> we hear that your dad already knows how to make mila laugh. take a look: if we have it. [ laughter ]
>> that was the first time sh ever laughed and i have to say at first he was -- my mom connected right away and he said bring that baby back when she can talk. and then he made her -- she laughed at him, which, of course if you laugh at my dad, that's it. he's a entertainer. she laughed at him and that's it. they're in love. >> so cute. >> and you also found some time to attend summer camp. >> yes. camp in my future as well and my past, rather. for the past three summers, tony award winning actress idina menzel and actor husband taye diggs brought broadway to the berkshires. you may recognize them from the screen or from the stage.
[ singing ] >> reporter: but for the real life couple idina menzel and taye digs. cherished minutes are shared here. a camp they started for young city girls. >> i always wanted to have a camp. it had to be centered on young women finding themselves, finding their voices. helping th leadership skills. >> focussing on the girls themselves as opposed to the arts or the sports. >> right. using the arts to help them express themselves and find their creative souls. >> reporter: these creative souls first met 18 years ago on the set of the tony award winning musical rent, setting the scene for their romance. >> and then he heard me sing. >> and obviously she tore it up. >> w wn she tore it up, what was your impression? that was it?
>> well then it was how can -- yeah, then i had to work my game. figure out how i could get in there. do you know what i mean? >> reporter: for ten days, idina, taye and other broadway vets mentor these girls as they write songs, turn their poems into performances, and hone their dance moves. >> here, here, yeah, just a little bit. >> reporter: even though this camp isn't all about performance, you do bring in friends that are pretty talented and they learn fro the best of the best. >> and selfishly that was always part of my dream. >> reporter: but they had meaningful summers spent at camp, shaping who they are today. >> one of the first times i was given a solo. so for me and how it made me feel while i was singing and then afterwards feeling like i had succeeded knowing, okay, this is something that i can do. >> reporter: a lesson he is sharing with these campers.
>> before this i wasn't confident. i would dance in my room and wouldn't really dance in front of people. the first time i was put in a spotlight as a solo and the first year i was nervous. now i'm doing a improv dance. >> i'm nerdy and kind of a misfit at school. i tend to be to theside. people don't pay that much attention. so it's really cool that someone is paying attention. >> eventually i got to the point where i didn't say hush julie it is going to be okay but hush julie you are okay. >> i have to draw a parallel there. these roles you choose kind of show what you want these girls to be. >> yeah it keeps happening. it's funny. it's about young woman having so much power and not knowing how to harness it and then usually they find a way. whether it's the kids in glee,
they find ways to harness this power and do good with it. >> awesome. that was great. >> as women, i think that's really powerful. it's not about being scary, it's about being fierce. >> reporter: using their forces to empower a new generation of young girls to find and use thei theirs. >> that's cute. >> wow. >> idina and taye hope to extend the program all year supporting the girls and when idina performed at carnigie hall she invited that young performer on stage to help read a poem. >> it's great. >> plus they're such a talented couple and to use their talents to help others, that's what all of us should do. >> changing those girls lives
and now to the best of beauty, 11,000 beauty products come out each year. how can you tell which ones are worth the money? never fear, our friends at allure magazine tests thousands of products and come out with their best bet. kristen is the editor. good morning. >> good morning, savaah. >> all of these products are under $30. >> yes, they are. want to get cracking? >> let's do it. what have we got? >> the first one, i'm sure you've seen the commercial.
vaseline spray and girl. this performs as it does on the commercial. this woman sprays her body down and in about 10 seconds, you want to play with it yourself. you just rub it in and that's it. put your clothes on and go. you can spray your back. it's a break through because it has great glycerin. >> it's not greasy. >> no. comes out, 10 seconds. never forget body lotion again. >> what do we have here. >> the wrinkle department. >> my favorite department. >> exactly. i do too. you need to be using a retinoid product but a lot of people can't use that ingredient. regenerist repair treatment contains a gentle versn. it will help to build collagen. you'll see a difference. dermatologists love it. >> do i get one of these? >> i was going to give it to you. >> all nail files aren't created
equal? >> no, this is so cool. you know how sometimes you never remember to buy a nail file? this is ingenious because it's in layers. so it is layers on both sides, when you're done, you peel off the player. there's two different sides. when you finish, it lasts three times as long and it's under $5. >> taking three of those. oh, shoot, okay. this is a department store side here. >> ts is actually found in salons. this is the professionaline. this is areak tough because if you need volume in your hair, most products deposit things on your hair so the instant you touch it, you have no volume anymore. this goes into the hair shaft and fills up the hair shaft. we thought it sounded too good to be true. it aually works. amazing. >> okay. taking them. >> 30 seconds. >> okay. this is cool. this is a se-sharpening
eyeliner. so go like this. >> it's nice and dark. >> 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 -- >> i'm taking the whole pile. >> last one, let's do the lip lacquer. >> this is mark jacob's new line. it makes your lips tingle. the colors are perfect and it smells like mint candy. there's yours. >> oh, they're all coming in. i'm just kidding. kristen from allure thank you so much. we're back after is. but first, this is "today" on nbc. let's take the whole thing.
>> coming up, we have a great edition of the 9:00 hour. i think you're joined by brooke shields. and then monday here on today, come down for a concert from the legendary he have a great weekend. good fray morning. oracle team usa will sail at least one more time on the san francisco bay this year. down 8-2. the americans need to keep winning to stay alive. race 13, wind permitting, is scheduled for 1:00 this afternoon. you can watch that race on cozi-tv, 186. let's check the forecast now.
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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is today's take with al roker, natalie morales, and willie geist. live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >> i hate when this happens. >> wow. >> savannah guthrie. >> friday morning, september 20th. come into the studio here as we open the 9:00 hour. savannah guthrie has lost her phone and she is rifling through the couch cushions. >> free eyeliner. >> they gave them to -- >> did they. >> they were sort of on the spot. >> what did you come away with? >> this volume thing for your hair. >> that's good. >> do you like any of these eyeliners? i'll share. >> i didn't earn them. >> brooke shields is here. >> brooke shields ladies and gentlemen. >> pink and white striped case.
>> my daughter would love that. >> did you check the orange room? carson -- >> yeah, go check the orange room. >> okay. >> hey, carson -- >> good to see you, savannah. >> carson, did you see savannah's phone. >> did you see my phone. >> he took it. >> just a little housekeeping. >> he doesn't have a phone. >> we'll keep you posted on the progress of that search. >> if you can't find it, good news, a story about the new iphone. >> perfect segway. >> we didn't give you a proper introduction. >> that's okay. >> the great brooke shields. >> we love having you here always. >> thank you. >> this iphone thing, people are going crazy. 5s and 5c. this is a live picture of the apple store in midtown manhattan. >> this is the flag ship store. i road by there on my bike at 4:15. >> they were kamcamping out. >> there's people that's been there for ten days. >> ten days? >> seriously. they bring food and sleeping
bags, et cetera. i'm not one of those people. >> they come in different colors. >> the c comes in like five colors and the s comes in three different colors. >> and the gold. >> champagne had already sold out by 8:30. the store opened at 8:00 and they were sold out by 8:30. >> i wonder what that does with the phone cases? >> they show off the colors. >> i always say it's like cabbage patch dolls for adults. we become possessed and we have to have this and not show up for work. we will ignore our falies. we have to be first. >> we have to win. there's a finite number of iphone. >> you can't get it online? >> you could have started ordering at 12:01. >> but there's something for these folks -- there's something about waiting in line and saying
they were there. >> they got it first. they got it first. but that there's a -- a gauntlet that's been run. >> right. >> it's the ego. >> it's the running of the bulls. >> that's right. i was first. >> it's a very ego based situation. >> is there anything you would wait in line for. >> oh, gosh -- consumer-wise? >> i think as i get older my patience for waiting in line decreases with age. remember when we were in our 20s and wait in line to go to a club or a bar? >> the thought of that right now. >> forget it. >> no, maybe something for my kids. maybe if it was a doctor's appointment that was only there and you didn't have an appointment and they opened at 8:30 i would get there at 6:30 but that's it. >> i remember one standing in line. >> health. >> i know where to draw the line. iphone, kids. >> there was a finite number of apartments, this was when i was living in washington d.c. and gettingn line at like 5:00 in the morning to wait to try to
get a condo. >> i've done itor books, like at book signings when i know the author is going to be there to get the book signed. to get one of the first copies of the book. >> turns out you were the author. >> yeah. but then it was the ego. no, uh-huh. oh, you're so pretty in that sweater. >> is that how you said it? a different voice of and everything. >> you're so ptty in that sweater. >> my alter ego. i have no idea who that is. >> driving miss daisy. >> that commercial and you're little friend too. >> your little friend. >> all those pythons you got there. >> i love that commercial. >> brooke shields never waited in line, here comes the first reference of the day, studio 54. >> just right in. >> let's talk about the emmys.
they're sunday nit. the nominations are out. neil patrick harris hosting. >> love that. >> tv is so good rht now that you go down the list of nominees. it's hard to pick but we're going to try. >> okay. >> here's predictions. outstanding drama series. >> house of cards on netflix. >> a smart pick. >> kevin spacey, the cast, it crackles. >> and the way tv is going i think people will give a nod to netflix. >> the whole cast is going to show up. they're all going to be there representing which is great. for me, i'm obsessed with breaking bad. >> yeah and it's the last season. >> and it's just -- >> another good pick. i did breaking bad too. have to confess i haven't followed it as closely or followed it as intensely as most people have. i think it's so popular. >> it's unnerving. >> that's the problem. you're watching it and i get so nervous and anxious that --
>> but the attention to detail is so, so good. they'll have a call back from season 1. they had a call back this past sunday from season 1, just an item of clothing that was there and you just think that's just genius, their attention to detail. i'll a huge fan. >> l's check out comedy. al, what did you go with? >> i went with the show "veep". >> i love that show. >> it's just funny. it's profane. it's bitter. it's just --t's washington. >> her delivery is incredible. >> and the people in her orbit are just unbelievable. >> everybody. >> it's gotten better season to season. >> and they let it get better. they let it mature. do you know what i mean? >> it's breathes. it takes it's time but you don't feel bored. >> but 30 rock. it is it's last season. do they give it the parting -- you know -- >> i went with you too. i went with "30 rock."
you give the lifetime achievement award. >> they had one before but why not. >> we were talking about kerry washington in scandal and the best actress in a drama series. this category, connie briton, robin wright. >> that's tough. >> but kerry washington is so great in that show. >> how hot is she right now. >> she is everywhere. >> she is everywhere and she is stunning. >> yeah and smart. >> and smart. went to college and -- >> makes her own clothes. >> wow. >> very few people know that. >> i did not know that. >> where does it end with her? so the emmys are sunday night. >> on anotr network. >> so that conversation ends here and now. >> just tune in on monday. we'll have it all broken down for you. you got too much to do with your life to spend it -- other than neil patrick harris and you can see the best of the next day. >> right he. >> watch sunday night football on nbc. >> there it is. >> sunday night football and then we'll break it down.
>> have a picnic or go watch football. be with your family. >> be your family. sunday night is family night. don't waste it in front of another network. >> we've lost the beauty of family time. >> i'll be interested to hear what the viewers think about this story. an arizona school, it's a public charter school, grades 7 through 12. it's in phoenix. has these t-shirts out. it's called north point prep, they say wtf on the front and then says we're the falcons. falcons is the school mascot. some pents are upset. she said one mom says everyone knows what it means. the first impression, everyone thinks it's funny. i think it's distracting and i don't know what lesson they're trying to teach. >> also they contacted the principal and he through the kids under the bus and said they think it's funny. >> but you're the principal. show a little leadership. >> it's not le it's west side theater falcons.
it's not even those thr letters. it's what the -- i'm supposed to do that d they're supposed to do some honk or something. >> do it again. >> what the -- [ honk ] >> right. >> a little late. >> a delay. >> i think this would be a perfect thing for our orange room poll if people would go in. let's put that on o poll, or today.com poll. >> yeah. >> dyou think the principal should show a little backbone and just ban the t-shirt and go ahead -- or is it okay? >> and how about something like smarter about the falcons. like there's just got to be -- i think a smarter way. >> this wreaks of hey, kids i'm a cool principal. >> i'm not your principal. i'm your frnd. >> exactly. >> i'm the cool principal.
>> is that the voice? >> that's the voice. >> hey, i'm a cool principal. >> i'm the only one that doesn't do voices. >> that sweater. >> brooke shields, come talk to me right now. wtf. >> should i leave? it feels like there's something special happening here. >> let's check out the orange room and see what'sappening there. >> let'show you what's going on. lot of wet weather in texa ironically. look at this. this is not only just from manuel but the showers and thunderstorms push through late tonight and on into tomorrow and then clear out of the northeast but the rainfall amounts are going to be pretty spectacular when you look at these. from louisiana on into easte
a. you're watching a cooldown underway around the bay area. low clouds moving inland and a chance of seeing misty skies at times and even showers approaching the evening. heading boo the afternoon around some of the coastal hilltops or the hills. east of san jose and a few sprinkles out there, and then showers moving out of the north bay heading into the rest of the bay area come tomorrow morning at this time. high today only in the 60s san francisco. 70s around san jose.hç even cooler tomorrow as showers kick off the weekend, and a breezy and dry finish sunday. >> and that's your latest weather. >> the cool weatherman. >> yeah. >> al, thanks. coming up next, the week's most memorable moments captured in stunning photographs. one minute. that's all it takes, to help make a kid's wish come true. join straight talk wireless at our "give a minute. help make-a-wish" event, and help make more wishes come true for children with life threatening medical conditions. this saturday from 10-4 at your local walmart,
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>> this week was filled with memorable moments and important news stories like the shooting at the washington navy yard and the devastating floods in colorado. >> those stories and more captured in very powerful imagines. here to take us through thems josh. good to see you. >> good to see you guys. >> let's start with one of the stories al mentioned. the tragedy on monday at the navy yard. >> it's horrible. this first imagine is of a vigil at freedom plaza. we all know about the tragedy. 13 people were kild including the gunman. 8 people were injured. he was a former navy serviceman who unfortunately snapped. these tragedies areappening so often that imagines like this are a background part of american life. sometimes i think people are just -- it's like here we go again. >> what do you say in a moment like this? it happens with such regular you
la d it happens so regularly it's exhausting. >> this is an image of a guy in colorado -- that's a different image which is worse. the scale of this is incredible. over 15 inches in two days. six people died. $2 billion worth of damage. they also have the worst wild fires on record. boulder has already exceeded it's annual precipitation level. and we're in september. >> yeah. >> and still people missing there by the way. >> yeah, about 140 or so. >> this is going to take a long time to shake out. they call it a 1 in 1,000 year event. it maybe more common going forwar >> let's take a look at the costa concordia which after all of these months was pulled upright. >> it seems like so long ago. it was january o last year. it was 20 months agatha this
thing ran aground in italy. it is the largest salvage operation in the history of the world. it ran aground because the captain took it off course. >> for pictures. >> what could possibly go wrong. >> take a picture of my boat. >> there are two people missing. there were over 4,000 people on this thing. >> it's amazing. >> it is especially since the captain abandoned the ship. he is charged with manslaughter and abandoning the ship. he sat there and watched it go down. >> and they have to right it so it's easier to take away and destroy. >> yeah. they have to wait. >> yeah. >> on a lighter topic, the iphone 5. >> yeah. >> the 5s and 5c. >> people have been camped out all over the world, of course. th're camped out here and camped out in tokyo. i always fige -- this is an imagine fr
image from tokyo. they get into it. you have to admire the first guy in line. he is a fanatical idiot but he's the number one fanatical idiot. i got the 12th iphone 5. >> you could have ordered it online. >> there's nothing about being the 12th most fanatical idiot. >> brad pitt crashing a dding. >> but that happens. >> you had brad pitt crash your wedding? >> i crashed his. >> so this is in the uk. this is abby anddaniel. you know how couples have an agreement that maybe if you ever encountered like the number one movie star in the world, if you are going through the english country side and you happen upon a tavern where brad pitt is drinking, go for it. >> this is their wedding day. >> he spotted him and dragged the bride-to-be out.
it's so sweet. >> it is. apparently he was nice to them and took a photo. yeah, he's over there shooting a movie that will be released. >> that's like, wedding night, here's brad pitt. >> i know we just exchanged vows four minutes ago but that's brad pitt. >> yeah. >> this is your forite photograph. >> this is my favorite one. it's a baby squirrel asleep. so he found this? >> yes, this is a wildlife photographer who found this tiny itty bitty indian palm squirrel. it was detached from his mother and all alone and he carries it in his shirt pocket. >> he could have reintroduced him to natural. >> they want to. >> looks pretty big there. >> this is not to scale. this is not to scale, may i repeat. if you're drinking a cup of coffee and it tastes -- there's a squirrel -- >> that's wrong. >> they're trying to find a place to rehabilitate it.
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>> a new report is calling for more help for those caring for people with alzheimer's. the number of people that suffer from alzheimer's is now about 35 million worldwide and it will be more than triple, 115 million by the year 20. the report recommends more support and funding for those cagive caregivers. >> and a good deed has gone viral and should. when a blind customer dropped a $20 bill on the floor he saw a woman pick it up and put it in her purse. she claimed none was hers and he refused to serve her. she left and joey gave the blind man $20 out of his own pocket. his boss wrote him a note saying you're the type of man i'm proud to know. good for him, willie, brooke, and al, go joey. >> yeah. >> tamron, thanks so much. coming up ne -- >> having trouble sleeping sometimes. >> yeah, sometimes you have trouble sleeping. >> they're rolling out beds over
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thanks, mom. good morning to you. it's 9:26. police in san francisco have arrested a burglary suspect after chasing him from roof top to roof top early this morning. officers believe the man tried to break into an atm at the bank of america in the bay view district. then somehow got on to a roof. eventually fell through a weak spot into an apartment before being taken away in handcuffs. also, in san francisco police investigating a shooting that killed a man and injured a woman. officers say they had to use pepper spray to disburse the crowd of people last night. no word on any suspects. crews responding to a house fire in san jose stumbled upon something much more suspicious. a marijuana grow. around 5:30 this morning crews got the call the small house
fire on wigwham court in south san jose. they were able to quickly knock it down, and during the search of the house, they found a small pot grow. no one was home at the time. the masses are certainly rejoicing in the bay area as they now have their hands on the coveted new iphone. apple stores in the bay area opened about an hour and a half ago. this is the scene in the store in downtown palo alto where hundreds lined up. some evend/pa camping out for d to be one of the first to get the new iphone 51 and 5c. recognize that guy right there? that's apple ceo tim cook greeting customers before that store in palo alto officially opened. we'll have a look at the forecast right after this.
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as we head into the evening, we'll see some showers dropping in from the north bay. that's going to be a part of the saturday forecast across the entire bay area. today highs only 60s and 70s. big cooldown from yesterday's low 90s inland. 78 in livermoore. 64 in san francisco, and 78 degrees in san jose. now, tomorrow we'll see mostly cloudy skies. showers to kick off the weekend. cooler temperatures. then clearing and breezy conditions on sunday. laura. >> thank you very much. another local news update coming up for you in half hour. have a great morning.
>> welcome back to today. it's friday morning september 20th, 2013. i'm willie geist, al roker, brooke shields in for natalie today. the voice comes back next sunday. >> that's right. >> we were talking in the first segment about this wtf shirt. >> the school had it. it's we're the falcons but wtf to the young people is something else. we put it on a poll at today show.com. 89% -- 90% say -- >> say get rid of the shirt. >> should not support the shirt. >> should not support it. got it. that's good. >> so we have a game that you don't know abo yet. oh. >> we're going to play a spy a
celebrity's eyebrows. >> why you ask. >> oh. >> perhaps america's most famous eyebrows. >> i don't know. >> i think they sti are to this day. let's look at the 80s eyebrows. >> look at that. >> w, needs a little cleaning up. >> a little shaping. >> just a good tweezer. >> were you conscious of the iconic nature of your eyebrows? >> not until it was told to me all the time and people would bring my picture in and say i want these. they were just eyebrows. >> this is from the 80s. i don't know what year that is. you look spectacular. there's no really much difference. other than the hair. >> i had a lot of hair. thank you. >> just saying. >> i agree with you and i have a game for us to play. >> okay. >> we're going to show shots of celebrity's eyebrows and the two of you have to tell me whose eyebrows they are. >> okay. >> let's see the first charli
charlize theron. >> out of thousands of people. >> that was weird. >> next. >> she's an expert. >> i'm out of my league on this one. >> next set of celebrity eyebrows, please. >> oh. >> kardashian. kim. >> yes, correct. >> ding, ding. >> it's eyelashes too. >> it's the whole package of the eyes. >> okay. next one. let's go to our male category of celebrity eyebrows. >> martin -- >> al roker in the game. >> yeah. >> i like my eyebrows. >> our final set of celebrity eyebrows. >> okay. >> meredith. >> no, natalie. >> yes, correct. >> very good. >> there you go.
>> a run away. >> ding ding ding. i'm going to walk around going ding, ding, ding. >> an angel just got it's wings. >> and we have, i'm sure, some sort of a prize for you later on. >> tweezing. >> you like saying threading. >> i do. i'm fascinated because i don't understand what it is. >> it's so fast. >> next week, let's get a threader in here. >> no, no. >> we did at. we d that on the air once, remember adam. >> again. >> we'll bring it back? >> yeah. >> okay. i'm going to get these shaved. >> my husband dyeed his once because some woman said he was getting grey but he forgot to take the stuff off. he was flying on the airplane, went through security and went into the bathroom like an hour later and he looked like grocho marks. >> you're supposed to leave it on for four minutes or something. not three hours. >> i've never heard of a guy. how vain is your husband.
>> that's what i said? i was like seriously? i know your husband. nice guy. >> he had to get stuff to then reverse it and it was at my step mother's house and she was like who has been using dye. a house full of girls and he was like -- >> devastating. >> a hairdresser said you should fix that up. he's going grey all over. >> does he not know keith hernandez. >> brush it in, baby. >> i don't know. i was like that can't happen again. >> how are they now? >> you know -- >> not iconic. >> not these. >> wow. >> that was the longest in the hiory of television anyone has ever talked about eyebrows. >> that's where i come in. >> yeah. another pulitzer. let's check the weather and see what we've got for you. here we go and we're talking out a lot of wet weather from texas all the way into the
midwest. this system will be making it's way in here. we're talking about a cold front that's going to move on in. it's going to push through all the y from chicago to texas. and the rainfall amounts down in texas are going to be copious. there's left overs from manuel coming on in here. we're talking about flash flood watches and flood watches for much of central and western texas. as much as three to five inches of rain from houston all the way into western here's a view that's the exception to the rule in the bay area. sunshine over san jose as the low clouds surge in around san francisco and oakland, and drizzle with some of that already this morning. 64 for a high in san francisco. close to 70 in oakland, and the seven-day forecast brings in showers to start thehji8zweeken. cooling down. 60s to only 70 inland. sunday we'll see a little bit of a warmup with breezy conditions. clearing skies. making it to the start of next
week. and that's your latest weather. brooke, willie. >> al, thanks. do you wake upith back pain like i do? or keep your partner up all night because of your snoring, like willie? >> it's true, 80% of people have problems sleeping at least a few times a month. here to tell us how to stop it is dr. carrie peterson. >> good morning. good to see you guys. >> what are the problems? >> if you're sleeping in the wrong position, it can lead to a host of medical issues. it can exacerbate snoring or reflux. it can cause muscle cramps in your legs. hes and pains. insomnia and that's a vicious cycle. you can't sleep. you're in pain. you wake up, you're more irritable. then you can't sleep. it's a whole cycle. >> let's talk about brooke's big problem. the lower back pain and the irritability. >> the irritability. a little tmj. but let's just start with the
lower back pain. >> so what we're going to do is teach our viewers how toleep when you have certain conditions. i'm going to position you. if you have lower back pain maintain the natural curvature of your spine. the best way is to lie on your side with one pillow -- >> oh boy. >> not two. >> arm under. >> arms relaxed in front of you and legs slightly bent and the key is to keep your hips straight. if you rotate one forward that's also going to curve your spine and you want to also put a pillow between your knees. >> wake up brooke. >> sorry. >> i have a pregnancy pillow that i kept and it's like a full body pill. >> i know that pillow. >> so rotanic. >> you can use that for back pain as long as you're positioned correctly. >> yeah, back pain. like, no. >> stay away. so then you want to make sure your knees are hip width apart.
>> do you recommend sleeping in leather pants like that. >> no. no give. >> thank you. >> snoring, apparently my wife tells me a snore. what i can do to fix this. >> make sure you're lying on your side. if you're lying flat on your back, also one pillow. >> one pillow? >> yeah, if you're lying flat on your back then the palate and base of the tongue can go to the back of the throat and cause you to vibrate in your breathing and that's what snoring is. the tricky part about lying on your side is staying on your side. let's get you on your side. >> all right. >> i have a trick. >> how you doing brooke? >> good. >> train yourself to lie on your side, tape a tennis ball to your pajamas on your back. >> i'm not doing that. >> i don't want anything to do with tennis balls. >> i'd rather snore. >> you roll on it, it hurts and gets you back on your side and it trains you to not rollover on your back. >> are you messing with me.
>> no. a tennis ball and duct tape. >> and thatill work. >> well, your wife will be happier. while he's in that position it's perfect for you to tell us how to deal with pms. >> oh my gosh. >> thank you for asking for me. >> i know. >> for you brooke. >> yeah. i wanted to see him do the thing. >> no,ou're good. >> what have you got? >> what women have is lower back pain and lower cramping of the belly and also breast tenderness so the best position is flat on your back with pillow under your knees. >> two big pillows here. >> no, that's going to squash your boobs and it's going to hurt. >> can i leave? i'm uncomfortable. >> you said boob and he ran. >> yeah, the pilw under your knees is going to take the curvature ou of your spine and ease the lower back pain. >> okay. >> don't lie on your side and you don't want to lie on your
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there's no shortage of topics to chew over when it comes to parenting. we gathered a group of great women to talk about hot topics. they are renee, founder of good enough mother.com. carol, a former newscaster. and rachel, a spokesperson for the initiative and karen, a cardiologist at lennox hill northshore lij hospital. good morning to all of you. >> hi. >> so we're talking about when it's okay to say no. and now, you have six children. >> i do. >> so i would think that you would need to have a semblance of no. >> i'm the dictator in the house. if i try to do it by consensus it doesn't work. i try to get opinions but in the end have to take charge because i don't have the time -- >> a good rule of thumb is when you don't know. say you don't know. i'm a big believer i being authentic and truthful. say you don't know or i'll find out. >> i didn't know you couldn't say i don't know. i say i don't know all the time.
i don't want my kid to think that i have the answers. >> there's certain things that make sense but there's other parts in the article that you guys gave us, there was a lot of get everyone's opinion. that doesn't work for every family. >> it's also important to give respect for children but maintaining authority. as a doctor, do you feel that you're in a different position with saying no? how does that play out? >> as a physician, we say we don't know manyimes during the course of a day to patients. we're not sure the treatment may work for you but we're going to give it our best shot and the doctor is an authority figure in the same way a parent is to a child and you can still command respect by saying i don't know. >> we get so frustrated wh our doctors just like our kids get frustrated with us. >> we're afraid of being vulnerable in front of our children. i thought my mother knew everything and that was good in some senses and also didn't nurture a sense of confidence in myself growingup. >> i think that that -- you can really deepen your relationship with your child when you show
your authenticity and vulnerability. you can say i'm still large and in charge but i don't know. >> there's another topic being in charge as parents but there's a huge rise in extreme bie drinking which is different than binge drinking. can you explain that. >> 10 or more. >> but why is there a rise with children. we're trying to tell them the problems that can occur if you drink too much but kids think they're invincible. >> it's so prevalent that they think it'sarmless but alcohol has damaging effects on the heart, the liver, kids can go into a coma and it also leads to risky other behaviors. sexual positions, getting into a car with somebody that is drinking and driving. >> but they looked at the kids doing the binge drinking and a lot of them don't spend time with their family. when i read the article i thought aboutow we don't have family dinners anymore or a lot of together time. >> not everybody has that family
dynamic. >> it's important for us to aim for that but not everybody has that family dynamic. >> but it's a combination. we need to have the psas and the community. have to stop but thank you so much. i could talk to you guys forever. have so much to say. coming up next, need an idea for dinner tonight? we have simple recipes for salmon, after this. .
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back now in the kitchen with new ideas. he is the chef here in new york. good to see you. >> good morning. >> you're going to show us how to make salmon quick. >> great idea. >> let's do it. >> that will make it moist. >> fresh with olive oil. >> you're going to shingle this. >> onions on top. it's going to shield the heat from drying out the salmon and keep it moist. >> okay. >> salt, pepper, under the broiler, gone. >> my kids love salmon. >> okay. >> this is for left over salmon? >> well, this is for the regular salmon. tomatoes, basil, mint, olive oil, soy sauce and lemons.
herbs, sour cream. we sauté them in a pan and make them golden. >> so nothing is to waste. >> nothing is to waste. >> sple as can be. >> white bread crumbs. >> okay. >> go ahead. >> okay. >> right from the oven. >> look at that. >> look at those shingles. >> i had those when i was a boy. >> not pretty. >> so -- >> oh but you -- take the onions off the top. you do eat these. put them on the bottom. >> does the salmon caramelize them? >> they get caramelized but shields the salmon from the heat. >> this is fantastic. >> this is stuff everybody can do. >> what is this? >> this is my dad's favorite dish. so day old spaghetti rebaked with a little cheese. olive smashed potatoes with
parsely and olives. farm roasted carrots. >> love those. >> baked apples, ice cream, ginger sp cookies and of course -- wine. >> okay. i'm your favorite dish. >> this goes well with salmon rusty. thank you so much. >> thank you. >> it's noontime somewhere. we're back in a moment. this is today on hoda and kathie lee. [ phone ringing ]
[ laughs ] sorry honey, can't hear you -- bad connection. love you! [ laughs ] ♪ [ female announcer ] find progresso heart healthy soup on sale now at your local safeway store. here in the orange room and our poll. >> you threw it out there. >> should the school support the wtf shirt? >> 89% say no. get rid ofit. >> principal, the people have spoken. >> yes. >> brooke, we love you.
police will soon hold a graduation ceremony, but the force is still under staffed. right now the oakland police department has about 615 officers. this is down from a high of 836 officers back in 2008. the oakland police department just received a federal grant that will pay for ten more officers, but some neighborhoods say that's just not enough. in fact, some neighborhoods are paying for their own private security to patrol the streets. vma security says it is now hired to patrol the oakland hills. people can have some peace of mind. things are much calmer this morning on a south bay highway. chp officers say someone opened fire on passing drivers wednesday night. police know of nine victims, but say there could be more. officers say the shooter used a bb gun, but they still do not know who the shooter is or why they did it. fortunately, no one was hurt. it's the weekend. let's go ahead and check that forecast. actually, it's rob in for christina.
excuse me. >> well, expecting a cooler finish to the workweek with low clouds back in, and an all day sea breeze. temperatures in the 60s and 70s for most of the bay area today. though still low 80s possible south of downtown san jose. mid 60, san francisco, and 70s in the north bay, and speaking of the north bay later on this evening could see light rain coming in as fall-like weather system and that's appropriate given that fall has officially begins sunday evening. this will sweep in for the start of the weekend. a chance of showers. bay area-wide early tomorrow. then as we head into sunday, breezy and clearing skies. much cooler temperatures to kick off the weekend, and turning a little bit warmer as we approach the beginning of next week. >> all right, rob. thanks so much. we'll be back at 10:26. mom?
>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today." with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb. from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >> you made it, everybody. it's been a long and trying week, but it's still try day friday, september 20th. fall officially begins in just two days. wow. >> it's also big because we are teeing up and getting ready and preparing for a huge concert on monday. our girl cher is going to be singing right outside. not only is she -- ♪ if i could turn back time ♪ if i could find a way ♪ i'd take back
>> i love cher, she's awesome. i like just her whole persona. she doesn't give -- >> she's not only going to sing on the plaza, she's going to sit with you and me. >> i love it. >> which rarely we get the superstars. we're excited. >> you know what, i didn't know this until reading the notes, but she is the only artist to have a number one single over the course of six decades. which is 60 years, you guys. she sold more than 100 million albums. landing her on the list for the 50 best selling artists of all time. she's such a risk taker. she's always had an amazing sense of style and just an originality. >> look at her skin. we'll ask her. what is she doing? >> we'll ask her.
>> what's everybody's favorite cher song? we'd love to hear from you guys. >> we didn't want to pick a sonny and cher song. we wanted it to just be a cher song. so "turn back time" or one of those. maybe we'll go to the orange room -- >> even though nobody's there. they'll let us know via jerry. >> i want to live in the orange room. >> i think what we need to do, when it's our show and carson has gotten on a plane and gone back to los angeles, i think we just move the bar there and let that be our orange room which is sort of a green room but with our guests sitting there having a libation. it will be people we know as opposed to those mignnutions in there all the time. >> who are those people? >> i don't know. they're gone now. >> in honor of try day friday, we are having prohibition bakery cupcakes. they're alcohol filled desserts.
we don't want children to eat these. but the company is founded by brooks sim and longtime bartender lesley fineburg. we're going to sample these. these are pretzels and beer. i'm guessing pretzels and beer is this one. >> the pretzel on top. >> and the beer inside. >> how is it possible? >> just give it a shot. >> you try. i might try the other one. >> i got to flatten it down. your mouth is so much bigger than mine. $20 for a dozen. >> wow. >> let's see how good they are. that's good. you can go to prohibition bakery.com. >> you're not trying any of them? >> i'm not, but they look delicious. >> hoda has gastronomical issues if bad things happen. >> sometimes when i sit here, i wish i had a thought bubble pop
up. >> anyway, so have you ever gone to a bar and -- have you ever gone to a bar and you're waiting for the bartender to serve you and you're standing there and you're trying to make eye contact and you're waving. >> you're trying to be polite but you'd like to be served. >> it's crowded and noisy, very busy. what should you do to capture the bartender's attention? some german researchers decided to study that problem and they wanted to see what worked the best. some people have tried waving or eye contact or snapping and whistling. the two things frank likes to do. drives people crazy. they don't like that. it is rude. >> who snaps anymore? >> frank snaps. frank whistles. frank does a woo hoo. that's how badly frank wants served. he doesn't do it -- he doesn't think it's offensive. he has no idea. when he does it to me, it's offensive!
but heihistles really well. >> also have your wallet handy, like, hey, i got money. >> that works the most apparently. >> well, no -- >> flash the cash. >> no, this is the thing that works the best is just standing there and staring at him until he looks at you. >> that's what the germans said. our italian hair dresser who was a bartender at the beach in jersey shore for ten years, she's the one i'm listening to, and she said stand there with a wad of cash and you're over there. >> think about it. i'm distracted, i'm sorry. kate cook is in our orange room. kate is one of our producers. >> you look gorgeous. >> thank you, thank you. >> what is she doing? she's like adele. is this on purpose? wow. what is going on? why are you lurking in the orange room? >> she must be in a segment upcoming. >> here's the thing with our new set, we love it and it's really exciting and everything but there's no place to hide. >> yes, no place at all.
>> no place anywhere to hide. >> thank you, kate. >> she's in a new segment coming up. >> you look spectacular. make a little more effort every day, kate, i mean, really. all right. so we have -- this is something we want to know if you like it. there's a new trend called pedicure heel. these are some new shoes we're showing you. do you think they're fashion forward or ridiculous? >> they're worn by princess m monihine of monaco who is usually a very fashion forward lady. whoa, whoa. >> that's weird. >> i'm sorry, that's -- i think that does go up there with the ugliest shoes i've ever seen in my entire life. >> can we see it up close again? >> that's just no excuse for not going and getting a pedicure. i've got a couple of broken toenails, i'll just wear my shoes. >> are those pricey?
>> celine's very expensive. a great question in this week's "new york times" social cues column. >> it was about friends and boyfriends. you are boo-hooing because your boyfriend and you have broken up and you are confiding in a friend and talking about it. this friend says, you know what, i never liked him. he was a loser, he was terrible. >> they never said it at the time when they were together. >> lo and behold, the girl gets back together with the boyfriend. now the friend's secret feelings are now all out there. the friend and the boyfriend decide not to socialize with the girl who can't stand the boy. >> i say -- i don't know what phillip says. >> well, phillip says, the question is, should you ever reveal what you think your friend's boyfriend? phillip says, as long as no one is being scarred for life and your friend seems happy, better to spend your energy supporting her than tearing down her boyfriend. >> that's not good advice. >> we love phillip but that's not the issue. >> that's really not the issue.
>> if there's going to be longevity in any relationship, there needs to be truth. there needs to be honesty. i think she was waiting to see if it was going to work out. she kept her feelings to herself. it didn't work out. then she's probably boo-hooing, she's saying, you're better off. never liked hip. i saw him kiss a girl. i saw him -- here's what i think. i think they were never friends like she thought to begin with. if anybody's going to dump you that fast, they're not your friend. >> what if you had a guy you loved and your friend didn't like him? you had to find out on your own it wasn't going to work. you didn't need your friend telling you. your friend's job is to be your friend and pick you up -- >> you and i have always disagreed on this. i always say -- >> you always tell it? yes, you do. >> i do because i love my friend. >> right. >> i say, listen, this is your life and this is your choice to make. but this is what concerns me. >> okay.
>> you're not seeing straight. you know, people are blinded by love. and they don't see this stuff. if she makes the choice to go back to him after you've been a loving friend, she's not a friend. listen, she should say, you and i have to get along, this is my friend too. >> okay. let's laugh. >> okay. >> a bar owner was ending a long, long night. he cleans up. he locks up his place by 2:00 app and goes home to sleep. he's only been in bed a few minutes when the phone rang. he re he reached over, half asleep. the voice on the other end goes, what time do you open the bar in the morning? the owner replied, are you kidding me? a few minutes later, the phone rang again. the same voice on the other end of the line. this time, he could tell the man was inebriated. the man slurred, when do you
open the bar? the owner just hung up. finally the phone rings a third time. the owner didn't even wait for the man to speak. he said, buddy, listen to me, there's no sense in asking me what time i open because i wouldn't let a person in your condition in anyway. you're not getting into my bar. the man on the other line said, well, i don't want to get in, i want to get out. >> that's a good one. you delivered it and you sold it. all right. our johnson's baby of the week announcement. new moms and adore be a additions to their families. cameron douglas glenny born on august 9 in queens. >> that's my birthday. >> in new york. his parents say he loves two things, the outdoors and socializing with a lot of people. he's a happy boy. >> now to a happy little lady named emma lynn rose. she was born in alabama. >> she's got a little gas i think. >> her parents, james and
michelle, say she's already a big eater. >> that's what i'm saying, she has it was grastrothings too. a little boy born in brooklyn. his name is marley lawrence. his mom and dad say they weren't prepared for the rush of love that came over them when he came into the world. >> our last baby of the week is el elias jerome beck. his parents say his two older siblings can't get enough of their new baby brother. >> if you want a chance for your baby to appear in our "today's" johnson baby of the week, go to klg and hoda.com for the details. >> taye diggs right after this. >> looking good. good time to te: you're doing okay, mom. i can call you "mom," right? i know we haven't known each other very long,
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oh! >> juicy, stop that, shame on you. i'm sorry. she's jealous. she likes to mark her territory. >> hi. >> you were having a little fun there, weren't you? >> fun. >> nice to see you. >> good to see you as well. >> you are looking jauntily today. >> apparently i'm looking delicious. >> you're jauntily delicious today. >> what a fan cast in this movie, by the way. >> films like this are always great because it's like a party. you get everybody you haven't seen in a while. and paula patton, she really does her thing. >> she's great at comedy. >> she's come into her own. >> you seem comfy holding that little puppy. do you have a dog in real life? >> i've had dogs in the past. >> but enough about old girlfriends. that's what you meant, hoda. >> the hits keep on coming. >> i just got a look at myself
on this sofa. i think i disappear. what to you think? >> i love it, i love it. >> listen, you've got a little one now. he's now 4 years old. >> we got hip m in school and hs a world traveler so he's making an amazing adjustment. >> is he in an ad already? god milk? >> that's the only ad we allowed ourselves to allow him in because, you know, that's history, the milk ad. one of my favorite pictures ever. >> paula patton was on this show at 9:00 with al and company. did you see her -- >> yes, i did. >> al has that way with women. >> wait. >> oh, yeah. >> that's called twerking. >> that's why it's called delicious. >> did you see al's face? that was sick. >> here we go. >> come on. >> oh, the lady. go, go. he's like, i'm ready. look at his face. >> he didn't worry about the
repercussions there. >> i don't mind it. >> what would happen if your gorgeous wife adina saw you in a situation like that with, say, hoda? >> she'd probably cheer me on. >> really? >> she would? >> is that the secret to a good marriage? how long you been together now? >> we been together 16 and married -- this is our tenth year. >> so this is a solid -- this is no fly in the pants kind of -- >> it's solid today, you know how it goes. >> she's an actress herself. >> she is. we relocated back to new york because she's doing a big, big musical that's supposed to be, you know, smashing called "if then." so we're on the east side now. >> taye, you've done so many films. is "spetella gets her groove ba" the one people ask you about the most? >> my first film. >> when you read a script, you can't know how it's going to turn out.
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san francisco down the coast we're seeing the low clouds break up around san jose right now. the afternoon has much cooler temperatures, and eventually a chance of showers as this line drops into the bay area. our temperatures today a lot cooler than yesterday. only 64 in san francisco. 78 in san jose. 70 in oak willed. we'll kick off the weekend if a chance of some showers for your saturday and then clearing and breezy. cool weekend ahead. staying cool into the beginning of next week. marla. >> thank you, rob. well, thousands of people in the bay area, they're pretty happy now that they have their hands on the brand new iphone. apple stores in the bay area opened at 8:00 this morning. here was a scene from the store in downtown palo alto where hundreds lined up. many of them since monday night. we'll show you the apple big wig that greeted fans coming up in about 30 minutes at 11:00. we hope to see you then.
we're back on this try day friday with more on your weekend chatter. just so you're ahead of the game when it comes to the entertainment to look forward to. >> it is e! news correspondent jason kennedy. >> our brother, we love him. >> thank you, i love the new digs. >> taye diggs was here but this is the other digs. >> she's on a roll. >> certainly is. take us to the movies. >> "enough said" is coming out. i've not heard a bad review. julia louis-dreyfus. she plays a single mom. james gandolfini plays her man. this is one of his last films before he passed away. we've also got "prisoner," everybody's favorite.
hugh jack man. >> saw it yesterday. it is a tough movie. >> he goes to a dark, dark place. his daughter gets kidnapped. you've got jake gyllenhaal as the detective. >> a lot of violence. >> it's so well done. the cast is amazing. viola davis. we had terrence howard yesterday. >> what about the violence level? who will be able to handle this movie? >> i don't think it's a kid's movie. leech t leave the kids at home. if you want to stay at home, you've got "behind the candelabra" out. liberace and his lover. michael douglas, matt damon. incredible performances. >> i hear it's unbelievable. are they nominated for emmys? >> they both have an emmy nomination. >> "game of thrones" leads the pack. 16 nominations. i think it's going to be a big night for "breaking bad." people cannot get enough. >> knowing it's coming to an end, everybody's showering it with all the acclaims.
>> aren't they doing something at the end there? through 2015 or something? >> bryan cranston's not going to be in it, aaron paul will not be in it. >> they're the heart and soul. >> they do have emmy nominations. neil patrick harris is hosting. >> i love him. the best, the best. >> he's going to start hosting parties at my house because, you know, why not, he hosts everything. >> his second time hosting the emmys. so something special will happen out there. >> always good, always professional, always delivers. >> we got to mention "30 roc." it's their final season. alec baldwin, tina fey. >> i thought it was done. >> they're done but they're nominated for emmys so we can't forget about them. >> they won't go away. >> it's never over. all right. >> i love that show. >> there's a premiere next week coming up. >> big week for nbc. "the black list," james spader. >> which is getting great, great, great buzz. >> that's going to be on monday. he plays a guy on the fbi's most wanted list. he suddenly turns himself in to the fbi and helps them find a
terrorist. but he's trying to negotiate a deal. >> all for a woman, right? >> he's trying to negotiate a little deal through the whole thing. and then of course "the voice." hoda's very excited about this. blake's going to be back on television. >> and carson. we can say our carson now. >> and christina aguilera and c-lo are back. >> it was genius removing two judges and flipping it and then adding two. the anticipation is building now for a new season. >> if you're a fan of shakira and usher, they're going to be on next season so they're kind of switching them out. >> who's going to go the season after, not blake, blake stays? >> yeah. you gonna be all right? >> i think so. >> it could be an international incident if blake goes. the music world. >> cher. monday's the big day. how about -- ♪ do you believe in love whoa. that was weird. do we have to pay for that? >> it's not his fault.
he is going through puberty. >> weird. changes are happening. but it's her 26th studio album. >> she's amazing. >> she went blonde for this album. for the video. she said it's her best album yet. i don't know what that is. there it is right there. for her to say it's her best album, i know they always say that, but she was very adamant about that. >> this kind of music, this kind of effort, left in her. not even left in her. you know, she hit marks that she never had done before. >> and she does. monday, she'll be here. >> we're looking forward to it. jason, we love you. all right, sweetheart. how to look like a million bucks. >> yes, for just a few dollars. i'm angela, and i didn't think i could quit smoking but chantix helped me do it. i told my doctor i think i'm... i'm ready. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix (varenicline) is proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to smoke.
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>> here to share her tricks on how to look expensive is eve michaels. author of "the dress code, ending fashion anarchy." >> you are sensational. >> thank you. >> you're talking about small subtle changes, inexpensive, that can change your look? >> all right, buttons on a jacket. let's begin with that. >> this is a blazer i think everywoman in this country owns. we get tired of it, we got bored. so -- >> look at vanessa who works in finance. >> we spent $10.50 and we bought new buttons. >> let's show them the buttons. >> huge difference, huge. >> we bumped it up with a $30 necklace and inexpensive earrings. she looks much more chic and expensive. >> i love the braid in the back. very pretty. >> shoes are always important. >> shoes are important. i know you ladies know the
importance thatter should polish your shoes and keep them well heeled. >> i never polish them. >> whether you have flats or heels, shoes really make a statement about who you are. this is a big kept beverly hills secret. it's called dancer soles. they can put this on in any color. red, black, cream. >> who does that? >> a shoe repair place. >> for $20 something. it will keep you from slipping. some of these shoes have been worn for seven years and they look like new. >> tailoring is a big thing. >> we have kay. let's see her before. most women fit the bust and the widest part. with kate, it's the bust and the hips. and then they just wear it like that. so we just shortened the sleeves. a little bit of tailoring. shorten the sleeve. it's going to do a fake clip
here. we're going to take that in. lastly, you'll see why in a second. then we're going to put on the belt. go ahead, put on your belt. >> all right. >> so then we get to accentuate her waistline. then we go from ordinary to extraordinary with a little tailoring. always fit the widest part and then take in to show the narrowest part. whether it's your sleeve, your waist. >> i love kate. >> you look like christina hendricks now. >> adorable. >> thank you. >> is this claire? >> this is claire. >> look at her before. >> okay. >> what a difference a little grooming makes. >> let's see the after. we had her hair blown out. >> a lot of people think if they're casual they can't look
glamorous and that's not true. even if you're in sweaters or t-shirts, what an amazing difference, getting a blowout. i'm going to bump her up. let's hold your hair out real quick. we put on a little necklace. whoa. okay. got it? okay. look at the difference. a blow out and a necklace. >> $15 for this necklace. >> okay, now, statement jewelry. do most of the pieces you're seeing cost anywhere from $10 to $30. but they're all affordable, amazing. taking a statement piece, putting it on you, will bump up your entire look. grooming and grooming. little tricks of stylists. washing your dark colors with vinegar, vit vinegar, will keep your darks dark. if you didn't do that, a lot of us think when we have black t-shirts or denims we need to
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let's begin with the pronunciation. there are caramels and i'm also heard people say carmels. >> i think carmel is a place in california that's really nice to go to. >> it's another syllable to it. >> it's a three-syllable word. caramel. i'll start with a caramel apple tart. the thing about these new werther's baking caramels, they're soft, they're chewy and super easy to unwrap. throw it in the pot for me. >> wow, i seem to be having trouble with mine. >> here we go. >> they're a little bit bigger than other ones. >> but we like that. >> so we've got a lot there. can you stir this? we can eat after, i promise. let's get the apples ready. i want to show you an easy way to core an apple. i think apple corers are a nightmare. they never go down the apple straight. what i like to use is a melon
baller. >> a what baller? >> mil melon baller. press down, give it a twist. now you've taken out the bit you need to get rid of. >> she's right. i like it better. very smart. >> usually cut down to earth is what people say so cut a few slices of apple here. now we'll start sauteing the apple. can you take this butter? that is stirred. we need to add cinnamon. about a quarter of a teaspoon. >> cinnamon lee. >> such a sad story. his surgery turned out well. they found his other ball, it was in his stomach. anyway. >> if you don't know what we're talking about, you're fine. anyway, continue. >> about five minutes, until
they get nice and tender. >> we've got this puff pastry we cut out. move it over to a pan. then bake by itself for about 15 minutes. now we're going to combine the caramel and apple. >> dump it in. >> the warmth of this will be no problem. >> come on. >> look at that. >> come on. come on. i'm hungry. some of us are hungry. >> get this thing topped off. >> this looks good. >> you know that smell in the kitchen, that's the real butter and fresh cream. >> we're going to finish the apple tart. >> we need to dunk it in the werthers. >> oh, my. >> and the brownies here. those are killer.
it's national childhood obesity awareness month. >> kids around the globe will take a minute to stop and exercise for the second annual jam world record day. >> here with some of her young friends is patty howell. she's the founder of the program. with a bunch of her little friends. >> hi, nice to see you. >> j. stands for? >> just a minute. we provide physical activity routines at school that are designed to take a minute to do. >> are kids not doing any recess
or exercising? >> they're cutting back a lot of programs. >> unfortunately, a lot of that is going away. even if they do do pe, you shouldn't sit at your desk the rest of the day. our program focuses on giving teachers things they can do with the kids. the best part is, the kids are leading their peers over the p.a. system. >> good peer pressure. >> is it fun or is it -- does it feel like exercise? >> shall we ask? >> are you going to show us how to do it? >> yes. >> are you sure it's easy because we're not that coordinated. >> i am, but hoda is challenged. >> oh, lord. >> all right, matthew, why don't you show us a few moves, okay? >> we're ready. are we going to copy you? raise the roof. i love it. what else? knees. what are you doing? knees. raise the roof.
squeeze. up. hula hoop. take one. around. >> oh, i like it. >> freestyle with your hands. >> okay, now other way. >> other way, okay. >> okay, next one, imitate your favorite sport. >> what is it? >> go long. basketball. >> i'm surprised kathie lee. >> touchdown. >> ready for the last one? >> last one. >> show some jamming love. >> side to side. >> thank you so much. we have a big week next week. country star blake shelton's going to be here. >> actor james spader and "parentho "parenthood's"hader and a performance. have a good weekend at the emmys. have an awesome weekend. get going, jam, baby.
we are following breaking news in san jose this morning. that is where 49ers all pro linebacker alman smith was arrested this morning for suspicion of dui. we're also being told he remains in jail at this hour. good morning, everybody. thank you very much for joining us. i'm john kelly. >> good morning. i'm marla teyez. comcast sports reporter matt mayoko was the first to break the story. matt, what can you tell us? >> well, officers2z responded a call of a single vehicle collision at 7:00 a.m. in the silver creek area of san jose, and it is there that they saw, they found, they contacted alman