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local news dateup join us for our midday show coming up at 11:00. have a great morning and welcome back to work, for a lot of you. >> thank you. >> he did too many chores on his day off. breaking news. relentless. hurricane dorian continues its breaking news. relentless hurricane dorian continues its onslaught of the bahamas the deaths and damage mounting dramatic video emerges from people still trapped in their homes. >> this is deep ocean in our yard >> the storm is set to gibb its march up the east coast today. al is tracking it all. disaster at sea, overnight the coast guard tells nbc news, 25 people are now dead, nine others still missing after a
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scuba diving boat erupted in flames in the middle of the night sinking off the coast of california. >> this is probably the worst-case scenario you could possibly have. >> just ahead, the very latest on the investigation and the man who helped rescue five survivors shares their harrowing story. >> five guys are there in their ding by. breaking overnight, airport chaos. the scare inside a busy airport terminal that sent frightened passengers already on edge scrambling for safety. all that, plus, wing and a prayer, a student pilot forced to make an emergency landing when his instructor suffers a heart attack behind the controls. >> this is my first lesson on the mend, kevin hart's wife addresses the star's recovery after that serious crash. and u.s. open stunner, defending women's champ naomi osaka is out, but rafael nadal survives to the delight of his
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idol tiger woods as a new bad boy of tennis emerges. >> when you sleep tonight, i won because of you >> meet the russian who's not exactly winning over american fans as he gets set to return to the court, today, tuesday, september 3rd, 2019. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with savannah guthrie and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza >> and welcome to "today" on this tuesday morning can i say it again welcome to "today" on this tuesday morning. i miss saying that. >> we missed having you say it i can confirm she's real she's with us. hoda is back, and everyone is smiling so much just to see yourself. >> can i tell you? i did feel like christmas morning a little i went to bed last night, i popped up. 3:15 i'm ready to be home. >> we're going to catch up with
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hoda on everything, maternity leave, how the babies are doing. al and craig cannot wait at the hoemmoment they're at th center of the news al's got the latest on where dorian is headed let's start with nbc's morgan ches chesky he is in the bahamas which is just getting pummelled nearly two days after the storm first made landfall there. morgan, good morning to you. >> reporter: it certainly is because dorian was such a slow moving storm, parts of the bahamas got pummelled by those hurricane force winds for more than 24 hours. the good news today, conditions have finally improved to allow coast guard crews to rescue those people from what they've already seen, it is simply unprecedented this morning, death and destruction in the wake of dorian the massive storm pummelling the island of grand bahama and its
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largest city, freeport >> the water is about 6 feet. >> reporter: after leaving the eastern island of abaco in absolute ruin. >> it is disheartening we're fighting a war with the enemy having all the weapons at its disposal >> reporter: the storm's relentless advance lifting cars. >> complete devastation. look at the cars, man. >> reporter: flooded streets and waves inside people's homes. >> literally in the ocean. >> reporter: in this incredible video -- >> this is deep ocean in our yard. >> reporter: freeport resident dave mackie reports the storm surge swirling around his home, now an island. the waters still rising. >> just pray for us, that the water does not rise up anymore >> reporter: the nation's prime minister aware that many are stranded on grand bahama. >> as the weather lifts, and we can mobilize teams into those
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areas and bring relief to them >> reporter: on monday, the government announcing at least three people dead on abaco with rescue operations under way. american coast guard choppers assisting in the rescue. despite the damage and loss of life, the prime minister says there was one thing the storm cannot and will not take away. >> we are a resilient nation, a hopeful nation we work together for the families in isolation. >> reporter: so far, coast guard tells us they've medevaced 19 people from marsh harbour or abaco island here to the hospital in nassau, where they'll start receiving medical treatment, and guys, those rescue efforts are ongoing as we speak.savannah, hoda, back to yo >> morgan chesky, thank you. with dorian dangerously close to the u.s., many in the southeast are watching for the storm's arrival. craig is right there in jupiter, florida, for us. craig, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, my friend here's the thing, folks in
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florida have been preparing for dorian for almost a week now evacuations, of course, have been ordered businesses have been shuttered a lot of concern here about complacency. officials are warning, this is no time to let your guard down this morning, hurricane dorian is crawling closer to the u.s. mainland >> the anxiety levels are really high >> reporter: local mayors telling us residents are taking this monster storm seriously >> our preparation has been, i think, top notch >> the people who were advised to get out of the evacuation zones, by and large, did they heed the warnings? >> all indications seem to be yes. however, our biggest concern at this point, since the storm is moving so slow, is that complacency will set in. >> reporter: in costal communities along the southeast, an exodus is under way >> i'm worried about the flooding at this point >> reporter: more than a million people on the move from florida through georgia and south carolina, driven by mandatory evacuations.
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savannah, georgia's, mayor urging residents to go while they still can. >> doesn't take but one time to lose your life. >> reporter: south carolina's governor insisting no one should wait toll to evacuate. >> predictions have wind, water, hurricane, going one way or the other, nobody knows. so be safe. >> reporter: residents of low-lying charleston not taking chances, already boarding up and stocking up on sandbags to hopefully keep dorian's expected storm surge at bay back in florida, getting out by air is getting harder. airports in ft. lauderdale, west palm beach, and orlando all shut down more than 120 shelters filling up with people who decided it is just too dangerous to risk riding out the powerful storm at home >> i'm more scared about this one than i've ever been one in florida before. >> reporter: dozens of medical facilities and nursing homes in the storm zone rushing patients to higher ground and power crews are staged and ready to roll. along with 4,500 members of
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florida's national guard. >> so this is a board that's going to give us a live feed. >> reporter: if the storm hits west palm beach, new state of the art technology will pinpoint where help is needed. >> the pictures they take and the information they write down, we're going to get live time, so we can start pushing resources to them quickly. >> obviously, there is the fear that people will look at the storm track and think, well, maybe i don't have to leave. are there other things local officials are really worried about? >> reporter: two things primarily. one, as you can see, the winds here have started to pick up. when those winds pick up, of course, trees come down and so do power lines. there's a tremendous amount of concern about power outages. also, storm surge, as well, as al reminds us from time to time. that's always one of the major concerns in storms like this, when the winds meet the high tides. you have storm surge that really wreaks havoc. in addition to folks not heeding the evacuation warnings, guys, one of the concerns is that folks will start to return to
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their homes and businesses before local officials give them the okay. >> craig, thank you very much. >> a lot of people want to know where the storm is headed. al is in the with the track. >> that's been the frustrating thing. it has been stationary almost 24 hours. this live radar, including our wtvj station in miami. you can see right now that the western end of this is raggedy looking. the dry air is weakening the storm. here is the latest as we put this in motion. you can see we are looking at showers and thunderstorms now wrapping around this system. the latest locator from the national hurricane center, it is 110 miles east/northeast of west palm beach, florida, 120 miles per hour winds, and it is stationary. here's the latest as far as the watches and warnings. we've got hurricane warnings now from jacksonville and just north of there all the way down just south of west palm beach and
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inland we've got tropical storm warnings as well as the hurricane warnings continue through the bahamas. here's the track, by tomorrow morning it's a category three storm with 120 miles per hour winds. it runs along the coast. by wednesdayr thursday morning, it's along between savaah and charleston, and those winds will be bringing in that storm surge, and then by friday morning it's just off the coast of north carolina and then continues to rocket on through and out into the atlantic, but just south of boston there within that cone of uncertainty. why has it been so slow? look at this between friday and saturday, 250 miles, 210 miles between saturday and sunday: by monday it had traveled 140 miles, and then takes a look at what happens. it just kind of comes grinding to a halt between monday and today only 20 miles. why? high pressure has been dominating pushing dorian rapidly west, that high pressure's beeing and there's been nothing to pick it up until this trough of low pressure and jet stream picks it up theoretically and shoots it out.
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but until that happens, we still have to worry about everybody within that cone, especially along the southeastern atlantic coast until it gets picked up and finally starts its forward movement, which we expect later today, guys. al, thank you. the other big story we're following this morning, that horrific fire on a dive boat off the sohe california coast. overnight, a somber update. search and rescue crews have located the bodies of even more passengers. nbc's gadi schwartz joins us from the harbor with the latest on this. hi gadi, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, savannah, this was the home port for that 75 foot boat, the conception. it was usually berthed right here in this harbor. instead today we've got a memorial with candles, people leaving flowers overnight. the dive community here leaving a flower. just off the way here, you can see there are two sheriff's boats there getting ready to go out and assist with the recovery effort, but the loss of life out
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here absolutely staggering. 25 people dead, another nine people that are still lost and presumed missing. all of them presumed to have been trapped underneath the bottom deck of that boat, and the only people that were able to make it out alive were five members of the crew that were able to escape in a small inflatable raft. this morning witnesses are still in shock, this chilling call for help heard over an emergency radio. the 75 foot diving vessel, the conception going up in flames early monday morning off the coast of california's channel islands. >> it's just horrendous. i mean, i can't imagine, you know, those poor people had to have been just a horror. >> bob hanson had been sleeping aboard his boat, the great escape when he heard banging on the side of his hull. >> i hear somebody pounding on the boat and yelling, i open the door and the five guys are there
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in their dinghy, they're asking me to help them and their boat is just, you know 400 yards away fully engulfed. >> four crew members and the captain of the conception managed to escape the inferno, but underneath the deck were 33 passengers and another crew member believed to be asleep when the fire broke out. >> did they say anything about their passengers? >> they said all of them were underneath. they told me then that there was another exit but that that exit was also blocked. >> so there were two ways out? >> yeah. >> >> but both of them were blocked? >> both of them were blocked. >> reporter: the boat's location made it difficult for responders to reach, the coast guard calling all boats nearby to help. >> any vessels in the area that can lend any assistance, please do so. >> could you guys hear anybody calling for help, or was it silent? >> silent. except the sound of the fire. >> reporter: the coast guard says prior inspections show the conception in full compliance with safety regulations. >> this is probably the worst-case scenario you could possibly have. >> reporter: photos show the
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cramped sleeping quarters below deck. >> i could see holes that there was fire on the other side of that window. >> and that's where the people were? >> yeah, yeah. >> reporter: this morning as the grim search for the missing continues, many are praying for a miracle, but officials are preparing for the worst. >> i think we all should be prepared to move into the worst outcome. >> reporter: now, so far authorities have not released any of the names of the victims. they are still working on notifying next of kin. however, we did ask the captain of the great escape about what those crew members said about the passengers underneath. they were absolutely inconsolable. the captain said that they -- that one of the men said that his girlfriend was trapped below deck. another said that they had just celebrated the birthdays of three different passengers underneath the night before.
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one of them was a 17-year-old girl who was on a scuba diving trip with her family. still, no word on what may have caused all of this, but the ntsb has sent a team of 16 to assist in this investigation. last night a scare that sent passengers running from the terminal >> don't run too fast. >> the panic was sparked by a flight attendant who became nervous after a conversation with a couple of passengers. more than 150 people fled the area some even left their luggage behind after a few minutes the passengers were allowed back into the terminal. it was determined there was no threat all passengers and employees were rescreened as a precaution. you guys want to talk tennis >> of course we do. >> another exciting day at the u.s. open right here in new york we're going to start with the big upset, though, the women's
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defending champion, naomi osaka going for 11th consecutive win at the open dating back to last year, but it was switzerland's belinda bencic it was 7-5, 7-6. three-time open champ rafael nadal, look who was there to cheer on rafael, none other than golfer tiger woods. >> stop. >> yeah, the 15-time major champion just getting pumped as nadal, who was really killing it on the match there after it was over nadal said he's never really had idol, but if he had to pick one, it would be tiger can you imagine? >> the pressure. >> you look up in the stands and there's tiger rooting you on. >> i think my palms would be sweating it would be the end of the match for me. >> coming up, there's another player at the open, i watched so much tennis on my time off. >> this russian player, daniil medvedev, a bit of a bad boy of tennis, but it's working for him at the open. we'll talk about how he's kind
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it's nice and cool. we'll have a slight cooldown today with san jose reaching 83 degrees. but it will be hot in the inland east bay as well as the north bay, reaching back into the 90s. santa rosa up to 85 degrees. for san francisco, we're going to continue to see those temperatures in the upper 60s, going into the forecast, some cooling is headed our way. we will have some slightly cooler temperatures throughout the rest of the work week. >> th. >> thanks, al. i like your new glasses. >> thank you. all right. coming up, craig is going to or the next 30 seconds >> that is your latest weather >> thanks, al. i like your new glasses. >> thank you all right. coming up, craig is going to have a lot more on the hurricane and how millions in the south are preparing now for the storm's slow but certain arrival. plus, imagine having to land the plane with no experience because the pilot suddenly blacked out. well, that's what happened to
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san francisco, the golden gate bridge, low visibility as you come in to san francisco and our temperatures reach into the upper 60s, there with some upper 70s in oakland. san jose reaching 38 degrees and warm for some of our east bay and north bay valleys. we're back in the low 90s this afternoon but cooling is headed our way. we'll have to make it through some humidity tomorrow and some upper 80s and then some low to mid 80s for the rest of the week as that dry air returns. san francisco more foggy conditions, with highs in the upper 60s over the next several days. let's check back in with mike. >> the south bay the northbound routes kicked in the last half hour. the crash blocks the off-ramp from southbound 101 at story road, so you cannot use that right now, probably not until 9:00 for the investigation to continue. if you exit at tully you're just a little farther south and you can make your way north, give yourself another 15 minutes if you're headed there. the rest of the bay shows a
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typical pattern, back after the holiday weekend. there is the richmond to san rafael bridge commute westbound is slowing. >> more local news coming up in a half hour.
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we're back. it's 7:30. it is tuesday morning, the 3rd we're back it's 7:30. it is tuesday morning, the 3rd of september, 2019 that is what hurricane dorian looks like from space. noaa just released that satellite image, taken moments ago. down on the ground, it's the wind, the rain, the waves building lauderdale by the seas, florida, the storm inching closer there. >> watches and warnings are stretching some 600 miles from southern florida all the way up to south carolina. we're going to get al in a minute to check in with the storm's path first, let's check in with craig who is down in jupiter, florida. hey, craig >> reporter: hey, hoda
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loxahatchee river. that's what this body of water is the winds have started to pick up, as well. in addition to showing you the river, i wanted to show you this marina as you can see here, every boat has been taken out of the marina that happened several days ago this, of course, the case at marinas up and down the coast in florida, georgia, and south carolina businesses have been shut down for a number of days more than 2 million people ordered to evacuate at this point. thousands of kids were supposed to go back to school here in florida, south carolina, and georgia, as well those kids won't be going back to school either states of emergency have been declared in the aforementioned states, along with north carolina and georgia, as well. flight delays also becoming a huge issue some 1700 plus flights have been cancelled right now. airports in this area shut down. orlando airport shut down. the palm beach airport, ft. lauderdale among the major airports that have been shut down here in florida as folks continue to brace for the storm.
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at this point, as dorian sits 100 plus miles east of where we are, it is a storm that's not so much barrelling toward the eastern seaboard as it is lumbering. folks here bracing folks here prepared. local officials telling us that, by and large, they've heeded those warnings to get to higher ground, guys. >> craig, we can see the wind kicking up there let's go to al >> it's really a slow mover. >> it is not moving at all it has been stationary for about the last 12 hours. you can see the left side of this is a little weaker. there's drier air coming into that here's the latest. it is exactly 110 miles east/northeast of west palm beach. 120-mile-per-hour winds. it is stationary damaging winds, as it finally does push up the coast you can see the counterclockwise flow that brings the air into the coast, and that brings -- pushes the water in
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that's where we have the possibility of storm surge especially from west palm beach all the way to savannah, about four to seven foot warnings there and storm surge watches all the way past charleston. rainfall amounts, we're talking anywhere from five to seven inches of rain to north of melbourne all the way to cape hatter hatteras we're looking at some areas that could pick up 15 inches of rain. again, depending on the path power outages, the potential for 4 million people without power, especially right along the coast. widespread and some extensive flooding -- i should say, power outages, as you get into the coast. then we push up into the mid southeast, where we're looking from charleston, myrtle beach, wilmington, cape hatteras, with dangerous possibilities of power outages. back to you. >> thank you, al. now tense and dramatic moments in the sky a student pilot on his third flight ever forced to take the controls after his instructor
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suffered a heart attack in the cockpit. nbc's tom costello has that story. talk about on the job training. >> pretty stressful. this happened in australia over the weekend. a medical emergency. the instructor slumped over. the student pilot radioed air traffic control for help the trouble, he'd actually never landed a plane before. >> emergency, emergency, emergency. >> reporter: inside a small two-seater cessna, max sylvester was suddenly in real trouble 2,000 feet in the air, his flight instructor was apparently having a heart attack. >> are they unconscious? >> he's leaning over my shoulder i'm trying to keep him up, but he keeps falling down. >> reporter: a controller on the ground had to get max down safely >> do you know how to operate the airplane >> very, very -- this is my first lesson >> reporter: in fact, it was max's third lesson, but he'd never flown that plane before,
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and never landed on his own. >> first thing we're going to do is make sure the wings stay level and that you keep consistent speed and consistent altitude >> reporter: with firefighters standing by, max's family could only watch and wait. >> you're doing really, really well >> you're doing an amazing job >> reporter: thankfully, max was a natural. >> gently stop braking now, and you're down on the ground. you did it, mate well done. that's amazing >> reporter: on the ground, firefighters quickly rushed the plane. paramedics taking the instructor to a local hospital, where he is in stable condition. but the actual flying, says max, that wasn't that difficult >> you just have to deal with the situation that you've been thrown in front of you need to react. >> no damage at all to the plane. matter of fact, it was a perfect landing. i've had worse damage on good flights when nothing went wrong. >> i mean, tom, i can't -- he's so calm under pressure we're marveling at it. did this make him want to fly again, keep going with it, or
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never again? >> he says he is passionate about flying this will not deter him from flying again he loves it. his ultimate goal is to become a commercial airline pilot clearly, he is cool under pressure >> yeah, he's got the right stuff for sure >> no kidding. >> thank you, tom. hoda, look who is here now. >> stop it carson daly. >> last time i saw hoda, she said, i'll see you tomorrow at work, and that was last april. where have you been? >> missing you. >> love you. how is hope and haley? >> she's awesome they're amazing. so good to see your face. >> welcome back. >> thank you, babe. >> you have good stuff on pop start. >> we have a lot coming up. >> kevin hart's wife speaking out. >> kevin hart was in the accident, and his wife is going to give us an update on how he is doing, which is good news he is recovering from that we'll have that and a whole lot more, including a new "voice"
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we're back. 7:40. in-depth today. we have new details this morning on kevin hart's 7:40 in-depth today we have new details this morning on kevin hart's condition after the actor and comedian was involved in a serious car accident that happened over the holiday weekend. >> joe fryer is in la with our update on this one joe, good morning. >> reporter: hey there, good morning. that's right, we're learning more about what happened in the horrific crash that had friends and fans so worried. this morning, the comedian's wife is speaking out with some good news about his recovery this morning, kevin hart, the superstar stand-up comedian and movie star, is recovering from back surgery following a horrific car accident over the weekend that nearly cost him his life just after midnight on sunday, hart was a passenger in the customized plymouth barracuda he recently bought for his 40th birthday when it rolled into a ditch, smashing in the car's roof and shattering its windshield miraculously, hart was able to walk away from the crash, and
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later taken to the hospital with a serious back injury. yesterday, while on her way to his bedside, hart's wife, eniko, gave an update on his condition. >> how is kevin doing? >> great >> is he going to pull through fully, you think >> yup he's going to be just fine >> reporter: hart hasn't commented on the details of the accident, but according to the california highway patrol, he and two others were in the vintage car sunday when it turned on to a malibu area highway, and the driver immediately lost control the car then left the road and rolled over down the northern embankment the driver, jared black, an actor and filmmaker. he was trapped behind the wheel and firefighters had to cut the car's roof off to get him out. like hart, he also suffered serious back injuries. the third passenger in the car was fitness trainer rebecca brocksterman, who was engaged to black. >> police say that alcohol was not a factor in the accident
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hart's fans and celebrity friends, like bryan cranston and the rock, dwayne johnson, are wishing him well the comedian is expected to make a full recovery and a return to the business of making folks laugh. back to you guys. >> we wish him well. joe, thank you so much let's go back to al and get a check of the forecast. >> that's right. show you what else is going on across the country we are looking at a beautiful day here in the northeast. mid-atlantic states. do good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. expect our temperatures to range anywhere from 69 in half moon bay in san francisco to the low to mid-90s for the inland valleys, and it's going to be slightly cooler today, compared to the past couple of days. our cooling trend continues for the rest of the week, with our valleys and some of the warmest spots in the mid 80s by the end of the week, into the weekend, with san francisco misting and drizzling. highs will reach into the upper 60s. >> it's like riding a bike. >> you know what, it feels good.
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such an easy answer stomach:come on,eed me. she won't mind. she won't mind at all. >>richard? hey sheila growl-proof your mornings frosted mini wheats. one bowl and you're good till lunch. we are back with more of the action at this year's u.s. open we are back with more of the action at this year's u.s. open tennis tournament. >> a rising star who has embraced his role as a villain at the bill lee jean king national tennis center, he'll be back on the court today. greeted by a rowdy crowd stephanie gosk joins us with more on that i've been watching this guy. it's kind of not a love relationship going on with the crowd. >> yeah, there's some antics nice to see you guys hoda, welcome back. >> hi, steph. >> 23-year-old daniil medvedev is no ordinary player. if russian right-hander is ranked number five in the world
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and boasts an impressive all-around game. he's also developed the reputation over the years for showcasing his emotions on the court. apparently, he's not afraid of playing the bad guy. >> reporter: his name is daniil medvedev the 23-year-old's incredible skill with the racket is matched only by his on-court bravado medvedev's behavior drawing the attention and ire of tennis fans in the big apple like when he received a violation for his treatment of a ball person. >> this is what started the anger from the crowd. >> reporter: then this lewd gesture caught on camera for all to see after that match, well -- >> i want all of you to know, when you sleep tonight, i won because of you >> reporter: fast forward to the next round the crowd let him have it again. [ crowd booing ] he returned the favor. >> and you guys being against me, you gave me so much energy to win
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thank you. >> reporter: later, medvedev admitting, he may have gone a little too far >> i was an idiot, to be honest. i did some things that i'm not proud of and that i'm working on, to be a better person on the court. >> reporter: medvedev's on-court antics don't come cheap. he's been fined $19,000 so far through s four matches the u.s. open is no stranger to infamous outbursts from iconic players like john mcenroe and jimmy connors. some of the game's greats have let their emotions fly under new york's bright lights >> you owe me an apology i have never cheated in my life. >> reporter: a game of passion in front of fans who love a good show. >> it is probably the most electric crowd in the world. i was just engaging with the crowd and, hopefully, it was fun for them. >> no, it was not fun. >> engaging with the crowd medvedev is scheduled to face
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2016 u.s. open champ and fan favorite stan wawrinka today for a spot in the semifinals the winner could face roger federer. if he wins later tonight -- or when he wins. >> we don't want to jinx him look, roger, rafael nadal, they are so classy. medvedev is from the younger generation and could learn from the older guys. >> the difference between the connors and those guys is they were yelling at the refs. like he's yellings at the -- yelling at the audience. york crowd is ready for it they are all in on this guy. >> kind of like world wrestling. >> by the way, did you see nadal the other day, kids were waiting for an autograph and he saw a baby get crushed >> and he literally picks up the baby, holds him. this goes on for several minutes. stroking his little face, making sure he is okay. >> awe. >> that's what i'm talking about. >> thank you for that little bit. >> after the bad boy of tennis, there is one of the good ones.
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good tuesday morning. right now at it's 57:657. sunshine across the south bay, and cool start with drizzle in san francisco, that's a look at our camera over the city and our highs there will reach into the upper 60s, while napa today reaches 87 degrees. we're still going to have some hot valleys, reaching into the low 90s this afternoon, and san jose up to 83. we will have a cooldown in the forecast, but just a little bit more humidity tomorrow. by the end of the week, it's going too feel so much nicer. some of our warmer spots the low to mid 80s and that continues into the weekend. san francisco no changes here, staying in the upper 60s for our highs. morning temperature upper 50s and early next week temperatures coming up a few more degrees as the marine layer gets thinner, not as much fog.
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let's head over to mike for an update on the dmcommute. >> things back to your typical tuesday. not heavy as most but much more traffic than the last few commutes. west 580 we have a recent crash, everything over to the shoulder quickly, but that backup forms quickly as well. building north 101 and 87 coming through san jose. we've marked on the map the crash on city streets and there's the bay bridge toll plaza, where we have the backup there, forming once again. back to you. happening now, police tell us that a crash early this morning which a person was killed walking on story road was a hit-and-run. the driver has not been found, but the investigation closed off one block of story road near highway 101. southern california divers are returning to the waters near santa cruz islands the scene of the deadly boat fire we showed you yesterday. as of this morning, the bodies of 25 people have been recovered. nine more people though are
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missing, and presumed dead. find the latest on our home page, nbcbayarea.com.
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it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, complete it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, complete devastation. >> pray for us, that the water does not rise up anymore. >> hurricane dorian slowly tears through the bahamas. the deadly storm now headed for the east cst. al is tracking it all. plus, tragedy, triumph, and time well spent. maria shriver is here to talk about how taking a break during an emotional time led to a major self-discovery. ♪ i'm on top of the world and best summer ever. wait, what time is it? i'm back with a look at how i spent my maternity leave. hey, i'm home.
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i'm home. and i couldn't be happier to be back here today, tuesday, september 3rd, 2019. ♪ i love it when you call me senorita ♪ >> celebrating bonnie's retirement. >> it is my 10th birthday. >> welcome back, hoda. i missed you. >> i'll be turning 60. >> i can't take it. i can't take it. >> look at everybody and their flags for you. >> and that little girl, thank you for the great message. welcome back. it is a tuesday morning. >> we'll have a hero's welcome on the plaza in a moment. so happy to see you here, and we're happy to see your shoutouts. >> we'd love you to send one. if you have time, record a short message. put it on twitter or instagram and use the hashtag mytodayplaza. that's how we find you and put you on the air.
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good to be sitting next to you. >> feels so good. we have a lot to get to. we'll start with the news at 8:00. millions of people along the east coast are in a holding pattern, waiting to see what hurricane dorian's next move is. craig is at his post in jupiter, florida. things getting tense there. craig, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. that slow-moving storm has brought life to a standstill for millions. close to 2 million people have been evacuated in south carolina, in georgia, and here in florida, as well. that storm though has just been pounding the bahamas. five people reported dead so far on abaco island. 21 people had to be airlifted by the coast guard yesterday. the slow-moving storm set to start making its way east right now. it is about 120 miles east of where we are here in jupiter. the two major concerns, power outages, as the winds start to gust up here and up and down the east coast. power outages a major concern.
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and so is the storm surge, as well. those are the two things that local officials say they're really keeping an eye on here over the next 24 hours especially. we'll send it back to you in new york. >> craig, thank you so much. we will get al's forecast in a moment. now to the tragic dive boat fire off southern california. the hope of finding any more survivors faded pretty much overnight when the coast guard said that most of the 39 people on board had died. nbc's gadi schwartz joins us now with the very latest. gadi, good morning. >> reporter: hey, good morning, hoda. >> we're starting to see dive teams from different sheriff's department heading out to where this horrible tragedy happened. it is just one of several sheriff's departments that have been sending dive teams to assist in this monumental task. right now that 75 foot boat, the conception, is sitting on the sea floor upside down, so it is a perilous recovery operation, and the loss of life out here is just hard to get your mind around.
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we're talking about 34 people, right now 25 authorities are confirming have died. nine of them are still missing, and the only people that seem to have been able to make it off that boat alive are five members of the crew including a captain. they were able to jump overboard, swim to the back of the boat where there was an inflatable dinghy. they got on that dinghy, and then they made their way to another boat that was anchored nearby. the captain of that boat saying those men were absolutely inconsolab inconsolable. one of them said that he -- his girlfriend was down below deck. others were saying that there were more people that they just couldn't reach because that fire was raging out of control. guys, back to you. >> gadi schwartz, thank you. britain's prince harry is defending his use of private jets for summer vacation trips with his wife meghan markle and their infant son. harry was in amsterdam to launch a new partnership with leading travel companies. their goals include reducing the environmental impact of global
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tourism. harry answered his critics who say his own travel choices are bad for the planet. >> we could all do better. while no one is perfect, we all have a responsibility for our own individual impact. the question is, what will we do to balance it out? >> prince harry traveled on a n commercial flight to amsterdam when traveling by private jet, he says it is to keep his family safe. i have a morning boost there is a cute girl named ava she was vacationing in spain with her family. >> she came running out of the pool to tell her uncle she could not find her swimming goggles. >> what are you looking for? >> goggles. >> did you have them in the pool you don't know where they are? what color are they? >> pink. >> what? >> pink. >> pink. where did you have them last what is it you've lost again >> goggles. >> your goggles. you don't know where they are? no idea? >> all right ava's dad finally tells her to check on top of your head, honey.
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there they are the girl giggles at her silliness. of course, she goes right back to the swimming pool. >> i wish we could tell her that stuff when she's older i'm looking for my phone i have a morning boost it is you. take a shot. >> stop. >> you're my morning boost. >> i love you. thank you. thank you. i'm happy to be back. coming up, we really will get into your joyful summer. we want to hear about your maternity leave. she's going to tell us what she's been doing with those beautil little girls but first, our pal maria shriver is here, and we'll catch up with her next as she speaks about the loss of her cousin's daughter and the portiimportance of takio slow down. so i'm not going to need stitches then? no, just the antibiotic cream.
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[zara larsson - "wow"] ♪ ♪ baby i'm not even in a gown ♪ and the only thing u have to say is wow ♪ ♪ make you're jaw drop drop say oh my drop drop drop ♪ ♪ make u say oh my god my drop drop ♪ ♪ make you're jaw drop make u say oh my god ♪ ♪ and you never felt this type of emotion ♪ ♪ make you're jaw drop drop say oh my drop drop drop ♪ ♪ make u say oh my god my drop drop ♪ ♪ make you're jaw drop make u say oh my god ♪ we're back, 8:08 we've got "today's talker. >> and this morning we are talking to our very good friend, we're back, 8:08 we've got today's talker. >> and this morning we are talking with our very good friend maria shriver she's here with some valuable lessons.
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first her own journey. maria shriver has spent her entire life carrying on that legacy of success. a proud mother of four and an nbc news special contributor news special contributor, maria has written best-selling books, produced a documentary, and attracted millions of followers on social media. >> we must chart a bold and brave new course. >> while advocating for families struggling with alzheimer's disease. maria says her greatest accomplishment came last month when she took a break from it all to focus on herself. opening up in her sunday paper newsletter, she writes about finding inner peace by embracing the stillness of a clear schedule after a good cry in a mountain in utah where she confronted a lifetime of love and loss, she writes, my quiet mind allowed me to see myself as a survivor. it allowed me to realize i was proud of myself for so many things it allowed me to realize i loved myself sitting there alone, i felt all
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that i am instead of all that i am not i felt it, perhaps, for the first time ever. but maria's month long journey of self-discovery began with tragedy. the sudden death of her cousin's 22-year-old daughter, saoirse kennedy hill i was furious at god for taking my cousin, courtney's, only child away it doesn't get more brutal than that, as many parents know too well marie is a says she took her death as an invitation to exam what felt dead inside her. she writes, i thought back to my cousin's daughter. i'm sure she would have been stunned to hear all the incredible things that were said at her funeral it would have stopped her cold to realize how loved she was i'm sure it would have been a huge relief nor her to feel her worth. it was only in death she found stillness, a powerful
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realization as maria embarked on her personal mission of self-discovery i remember sitting at her wake and how i felt to feel peace in life, not in death lo and behold just a few days later, i found it. >> okay. so i'm a big advocate of your sunday paper i read it all the time. >> you wrote for it this week. >> when i read this one, i said i bet you you're going to get more feedback on this one than any. you hit a nerve. were you surprised at just sort of the avalanche of people reacting and being touched by what you said? >> well, i love that people find community in the sunday paper. they find community with your story. you've written with it as well, and i think i talked to a lot of people who are like i don't like living my life 24/7. i don't like being connected 24/7 i know that there must be something else out there and before i took a break, i was feeling i wanted stillness i wanted space, i wanted something different in my life
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than what i was experiencing, and i got it >> it's kind of the perfect moment for you to be here because you're talking about taking a little moment of solitu solitude you took some time, i won't say it's solitude when you have a newborn baby and a 2 1/2-year-old, but what does that quietness inside reveal? >> it revealed to me that i was enough it revealed to me that i was good, and it revealed a peace in me and that i could see myself as a survivor. i could see myself as the hero of my own story. i always thought, like, oh, if i wrote a best selling book, if i was an anchor of a show, if i produced a document ri then i would feel enough, and i think that's what the american dream tells you. if you can achieve kind of professional success, you'll feel good, and actually the feeling good, the enoughness is within you i believe it's within you by divine right. >> i don't think you're a big crier. i watched you when you read the eulogy for your mom and all these different things, so it struck me that you were sitting
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on this rock when you read this and crying. >> sobbing. >> sobbing but you cried about things you thought were already healed, you had been through, you know, pain that was past, but it's not really gone. >> i think what happens very often when you go to a funeral or when someone around you experiences a loss, your own loss comes up. >> yeah. >> and you realize as i wrote in the piece that grief was not done with me and that i thought in the last ten years i lost my mother, my father, my uncle, my marriage, my old identity, and i hadn't updated my narrative to who i am today >> yeah. >> and i think updating your narrative, seeing yourself as enough, not being so hard on yourself, not driving yourself, not being in the negative self talk is so important because the world does that to you. >> i was just thinking about it because it's your quietness seems to have revealed a new to you, like that negative talk that self-talk that i think so many of us have, but when you're
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busy it's just like a radio station that's always on, always broadcasting these sort of negative thoughts. if you're quiet, you slow down, why am i thinking that wait a minute, let's examine it. >> i think we're all scared a little bit of silence because we're afraid of what comes up. i myself if you had told me i could be still ten years ago i would have laughed at you. in my stillness as opposed to revealing negativeness, it revealed enoughness, it revealed quiet, and i really want to go through my life less hurried, less, you know, frazzled, less pulled because i like myself better. >> how do you sustain it, though >> yeah. that's what i was thinking too. >> i want to go get a hot stone massage with both of you you're both so peaceful. >> you're right, that's a good question. >> how do we hold onto it? >> i think boundaries are helpful. i think, you know, who you surround yourself with, and as i wrote in this piece, if my narrative, if i brought it up today, if i saw myself as enough, if i saw myself as the
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hero of my own story, then the negative self-talk that saw me otherwise would have to be removed from my narrative. i think continually knocking out you're not enough. what's wrong with you? why don't you have this? why haven't you done that? that doesn't have a place in my new narrative. >> and also that you surround yourself, i think that's so key too. they always say like you're the sum total of five people you spend the most time with so choose them wisely. >> there was a great study that i had heard about when i was actually at home, which said they studied people who were in a hurry, and then they studied the same people who were not in a hurry, and their behavior was completely different it wasn't that their character was different, but they stopped to talk to people. they engaged with people they were calmer in their interactions, and i thought, you know, that's the way i want to go through the rest of my life from that place. >> i'll have what she's having maria, you always are so wise. >> beautiful. >> yeah, we love you >> i'll see you at 10:00 >> see you at 10:00. >> oh, you guys are doing the
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show together. >> more of this. >> we're going to shift gears now. we want to get a check of the weather from al who's watching that storm. >> thanks so much. this is the latest from the national hurricane center at 8:00 it's on the move again, but at a snail's pace 120 miles per hour winds it's moving northwest at just one miles per hour, but hopefully that means it's starting to get going. hurricane warnings now stretching from the central georgia coast all the way down to just north of miami, and then as you move inland, tropical storm warnings and watches the path, by early tomorrow morning it's just outside of melbourne, then jacksonville by wednesday afternoon, and then continues up towards charleston as we get through thursday, cape hatteras by friday morning, and then out into the atlantic finally and moving away. we're looking at damaging winds possible right along the coast some of the models bringing it closer to the coast, and so we could see damaging winds, power outages, storm surge as well four to seven feet in some spots, three to five feet as you
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get further south, two to four feet as we go a little further good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. live look outside in fremont with a start this morning with some sunshine and cool temperatures. it will be a little bit cooler across the bay area today but we do still have hot spots reaching the low 90s in the east bay as well as the north bay. as we go through the rest of the forecast, humidity goes up tomorrow. a few more clouds and as the dry air returns we'll cool off for the end of the week. mid 80s for the weekend with san francisco staying in the 60s. >> that's your latest weather. don't forget, you can catch us on "today" show >> that's your latest weather. catch us on "today" show radio, sirius xm channel 108, off the rails with dylan, sheinelle, and yours truly. >> awesome. >> that's great. >> al, thank you something i've missed saying, savannah, carson's here. >> hey, everybody. pop start. we have a big one to get to. we're going to start with justin
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bieber the singer is getting candid on his instagram, telling his 118 million followers about some of the darkest moments in his life and how global fame at age 13 affected him in every aspect of his life even eludes to thoughts of suicide in a lengthy post. writing, in part, sometimes it can get to the point where you don't want to live anymore i'm fortunate to have people in my life who continue to encourage me to keep going bieber revealing, quote, i did heavy drugs at 19 and abused my relationships. i was disrespectful to women and angry. i was distant to everyone who loved me i felt i couldn't turn it around luckily, god blessed me with extraordinary people who love me for me i'm navigating the best season of my life, marriage all this to say, when the odds are against you, keep fighting jesus loves you. fame has taken its toll on bieber he says humility comes with age. it seems he is in a new chapter of his life, and we're happy to see him doing well. >> probably meant a lot to write that and turn the page publicly
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and say, i'm a different person. >> and a great partner. >> for sure. "friends" is nearing its 25th anniversary, and everybody is feeling nostalgic as fans know, courteney cox's character, monica, was known to be a perfectionist in real life, courteney cox isn't exactly like monica. check out what she posted to instagram. it is a vintage "friends" t-shirt that is monica's head partially snipped out. she wrote, some people will do anything for a v-neck. there she is rocking a "friends" t-shirt. maybe the biggest "friends" fan of them all. finally, "the voice. we've been hard at work on season 17. we have a new promo that shows you exactly what happens when the coaches get together for a little slumber party. >> you guys, this is great. >> it is going to be a good season. >> i wish we didn't have to go. >> we don't have to go we could hang out here all night. >> like a slumber party? are we in the fifth grade. >> okay. let's do this! ♪ i don't want this, i don't
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want this night to end ♪ ♪ someone stop the sun from coming up again ♪ ♪ oh, ♪ i don't want this, i don't want this night to end ♪ ♪ someone stop the sun from coming up again ♪ >> sleep well, my angels we have a big season ahead >> there you have it "the voice" returns monday >> so cute. >> september 23rd. be there >> that is so cute read us a bedtime story, carson. >> that was the cutest, carson, love it. >> blake having a crush on gwen there like in the fifth grade. >> we all have an extra smile on our face this morning because the gang is back together. hoda, we've missed you so much. >> i missed you guys. >> it was time well spent. >> it's probably, i think, been my favorite summer of my life. can we take a little look back into this summer there were a million and one tiny moments i've learned to appreciate the little ones.
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one, two, three, wee i thought i was topped out haley is beyond a dream, a wish, a hope, a prayer just when you thought everything was to the max, hope pops in you see your heart's ability to expand now, i cannot imagine my life without both of those two little girls. that was awesome i don't know what has happened in the world i missed it. i missed it happily. the news of my life has been like watching these two little girls change you blink, and it is different >> hi, little girls. >> if your eyes aren't wide open, you're missing it. i've done nothing but watched and soaked it all in, every second [ laughter ] i watched haley go from saying words to forming
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sentences. i watched hope get on her side, believe it or not, already and flop over. i'm calling that a full on rollover i mean, it was close she might have just tipped haley, what are you doing right now? haley is an awesome big sister literally, she wakes up, she opens her eyes, and her first words are always go see baby sister hope? got to go see hope, momma. she kisses her on the head when i try to take a picture, she goes, smile, hope. it's the cutest thing in the world. good stretch, baby hope. oh, that was a good stretch. but there is also some of that kid jealousy that you have with your baby sister sometimes when i pick hope up, she's like, mama, put her to bed. she wants her down and over there. ♪ ring around the rosie >> we march around the house to
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all the songs. hold on, here we go. hi, mr. bus driver we're almost at the park i like the little things, too. i like putting hope in the stroller and haley on the kickboard thing and pushing them i was walking yesterday, and this guy goes, look at you, happy pushing that stroller. i go, this is like my favorite thing to do. >> hello, haley. good to see you, too. >> it's great to go to the classes. >> there are classes out in the park it is beautiful. the guy named ryan is playing this guitar, and the kids are singing songs. it seems like a small moment, but wow. here i sit you have to just soak it in. how much fun has it been, like when the doorbell rings, haley pops up. who is here? who is here? it is so fun people have walked through the door, savannah and jenna came, and al roker, and just one by one, everyone from the show came over it's one of my favorite parts of
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the day. >> i'm going to the swings >> having this moment in life, at this time in my life, does kind of snap the world into focus. i have my north stars, two of them here we go wow! look, we miss a lot of our lives. we all do. we work. we have, you know, a lot of people pulling on us but for this tiny little window, i got to not miss anything hold on! >> that's nice. >> how are you feeling this morning? you know, i've come back from maternity leave. you have, too. it is always bittersweet i mean, we're so lucky we love our jobs and love being here but, you know, it hurts, too. >> i do have some of that, i have to say. >> i was thinking about it i was thinking about it sitting with haley and she was laying on me, we were falling asleep i thought to myself, i had the best five months i could have ever imagined in my life i didn't know what i was missing. i was also excited to come back.
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i thought to myself, when i watch haley now and watch hope, i think, i'm 55 and i get to be with them. so i know it was a lot of time to take off, and i felt a little bad about it, but in reality, like life is a blink you get this moment. i decided that i was going to take it. when i'm at work, i'm going to be 100% here but i have to say, those kids have taught me so much escalar.troduced an i didn't know it was awesome until she said, look, the stairs are going up i was like, wow, that is awesome. or she walks up to a stranger on the streets, and she's like, i have pockets i was like, she has pockets. it is the littlest things. it reminded me, sit in it a lile bit if you can. >> at the time, it is priceless. you deserve it. >> i'm happy to be here, i have to tell you. walking in the door this morning, made me feel so good. seeing your face in the makeup room
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seeing you, al, when you walked in, carson, it filled me up. i feel like, who is luckier than me nobody >> who is luckier than us, that we get to be in your space guess what, we'll tell you all the many ways you were missed around this place th i'm marcus washington. a deadly morning accident on san jose's story road has become a criminal iestigati on "todn the bay" mike inouey was covering the traffic impact which left oneerson dead. within the lastour or so san jose police provided an update now calling this a hit-and-run. they say someone walking along story road about 4:00 this morning near highway 101 and felipe avenue when an unidentified vehicle struck the victim and drove off. then the driver of a minivan came by also striking the victim. that driver stopped and contacted police. right now a look at the morning commute. how is it looking? >> overall traffic is pretty smooth. we have the return of that
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commute. i want to point out what you were just talking about. this crash doesn't result in a closure of the story road off ramp from southbound 101 because if you saw on the video it was right off the freeway. that will continue possibly another half hour. we haven't gotten an update from san jose p.d. but they thought about 9:00 they might reopen. it has resulted in a closure. the rest of the south bay shows the push northbound to the silicon valley commute and west across san mateo and dumbarton bridge without any major problems. we have a lot more traffic than the last few days on the commute. the slower drive on the approach for 580 as well as the east shore freeway. >> we'll have more local news in 30 minutes. we are here to discuss jessie's online time.
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♪ follow after me strike up the band. hoda ♪ just follow after me strike up the band hoda is back her first trip out here to the plaza, and we've got a nice welcome for you. ♪ when you've been gone, so many people saying, i came here for hoda now she's here
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♪ hugs, kisses on the plaza. >> that's your jam >> that's your song. >> c w a ltle lu ♪ >> is this the new "old town road"? >> guess what? we have another musical treat to help with hoda's grand entrance. london's famed kingdom choir you saw them steal the show at harry and meghan's royal wedding. well guess what, hoda they are here to perform one of your favorite songs ♪ oh, hey, oh, yeah ♪ i'm gonna ride my horse to th old town road ♪ ♪ i'm gonna ride till i can't n more ♪ ♪ i'm gonna ride my horse to th old town road ♪ ♪ i'm gonna ride till i can't n more ♪ ♪ i've got the horses in the
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back, horse tack is attached ♪ ♪ hat is matte black, got the boots that's black to match ♪ riding on the horse, you can whip your porsche ♪ tell me ♪ i been in a valley, you ain't been up off the porch ♪ can't nobody tell me nothing ♪ ♪ can't tell me nothing ♪ can't nobody tell me nothing ♪ can't tell me ♪ can't nobody tell me nothing >> wow >> that was insane. >> hey, now. th >> y'all are so good oh, my word. y'all, that was the best surprise >> aren't they great london's kingdom choir. >> i'm shocked. >> they were playing your song. >> they're going to do another song for us in a few moments thank you, kingdom choir. >> i'm so surprised. that was awesome thank you, guys. that was great. also coming up, elizabeth heiskell is here to whip up some
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we'll have some good drinks, some good food, and they're some of our favorite recipes, yours included, hoda how about a check of the weather, mr. roker we're looking at sunshine in the northeast, mid-atlantic states, cooling off in the plains, sunshine out west. heavy rain down through texas, and of course florida affected by dorian. the southeast gets into it tomorrow severe storms move into the northeast. isolated record highs through the west good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. we still have some poor visibility heading across the golden gate bridge and in san francisco it's kind of drizzling right now. we will see some clearing for the afternoon with highs in the upper 60s. across the bay in oakland expect a high of 79 degrees. up toward napa in the upper 80s. south bay high temperatures in the low 80s today. over the next several days we will be cooling off after some high humidity tomorrow. the weekend is looking very nice.
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>> hoda fite right >> she could be the next member of the choir >> i need to be a mouther, not a singer. we'll clue you in, hoda, to what you missed while you were away from the studio cooper! did you eat all of your treats? ♪ help! i need somebody ♪ help! not just anybody ♪ help! you know i need someone
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my bad. geico. it's easy to manage your policy whenever, wherever. can i trouble you for another marshmallow? did you eat all of your treats? ♪ help! i need somebody ♪ help! not just anybody ♪ help! you know i need someone welcome back on this great september tuesday morning. hoda's first day back after a few months away on welcome back on this great september tuesday morning, hoda's first day back after a few months away on maternity leave. >> i feel like it's my birthday. >> we feel like it's our birthday because you're here in fact, rather than tell you how much you were missed, although we have told you a few times, we want to show you just a glimpse of how we spent our
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mornings without hoda. >> the thing i miss most about hoda is our talks in the makeup room hoda and i are there every single morning pouring our hearts out to each other, and it's my favorite moment of the day. i miss her i'm all alone. it's just not the same around here without hoda ♪ all by myself, don't want to be all by myself anymore ♪ >> we need her ♪ >> i miss my good friend so much i miss the fun times we have so i had to go out in search of the next best thing, or so i thought. >> hey, hoda, good morning good to see you. >> i miss our morning routine. >> hey, how about some coffee? >> oh, dinner time is very
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special. does it need more salt come on, open up >> oh, the summer concerts crazy times. ♪ >> you know, this hoda just seemed a little flat >> of all of the things that i miss, snack breaks i miss our snack breaks. like during one of the breaks in the show, i'd go into the orange room i'd grab two oranges, one for me, one for her. savannah, would you like an orange >> no. i like apples. >> turns out it was a force of habit that i just couldn't shake. ♪ >> hoda, fear not, we saved all of the oranges for you >> she's just the life of the party. in commercial breaks she'll
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actually play music on her phone really loud, and she'll say hey, do you know this song, do you know this artist we're all downloading it i just miss that whole kind of music discovery. >> all clear, commercial. >> guys, i don't have a lot of time i've got to go i'm on hoda music duty today ♪ do the humpty hump ♪ just watch me do the humpty hump, do the humpty hump ♪ ♪ come on and do the humpty hump ♪ >> hey, guys, new music, it's cool right >> yeah. >> oh, the control room. come on. hey, guys, everybody, check it out. isn't that great >> carson, break's almost over get back up. >> got to go, bye guys. >> keep dancing, guys, come on ♪ just watch me do the humpty hump ♪ ♪ do the humpty hump >> you okay? >> yeah. >> that was impressive >> wow made it. okay, good
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boy, this hoda stuff is exhausting >> welcome back, hoda. it hasn't been the same without you, and we cannot wait to wrap our arms around you and welcome you back home. >> great to have you back. we've miou tss ymendously. >> we're very excited to have you home because that's what this is. it's our home, so welcome home. >> hoda, it is so good having you back we missed you, and now life is complete >> you are so -- first of all -- >> we're glad you're back. >> we missed you. >> it's boring without you. >> i can't believe you guys did that piece >> this is -- i got up early, i'm exhausted. i'm going to take tomorrow off this is a tough grind you all have thank you so much. >> did you forget how cheesey everybody is >> by the way, it just reminded me of how -- since i walked in the door to this very moment, just how much i love this place. i want to thank you guys for coming too that meant a lot to me. >> i said earlier the light is
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back our light is here. you are our light. >> you guys are so sweet i love you all thank you. >> we love you too coming up, what's a family reunion without a little food. we're going to have a great food party. some of our recipes.
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welcome back. no celebration around here is complete without a good, old fashioned meal. and welcome back, no celebration around here is complete without a good old fashioned meal this morning on "today" food we're throwing a welcome back party sharing some of our own recipes to help you all ease into the fall. i've got my own ideas laid out as well. i couldn't do this alone, so we asked our perfect partner, contributor elizabeth heiskell kids are back in school today, hoda's back at work. >> the thing is in the south if we're going to have a family reunion, honey we're going to fry something. >> yes, we are. >> we're going to do a fish fry and i am obsessed with this recipe
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it is amazing. >> walk us through the selection. what fish is this? >> we would use catfish in mississippi, u.s. farm-raised c catfish. we're going to use tilapia if there's any fishy flavor, that's going to get rid of that. we're going to leave that overnight. >> overnight, wow. >> and you can use any sort of medium, whitefish. >> any whitefish is going to work beautifully for this. so we have our seasoned salt, onion powder, garlic powder, a little bit of pepper we're going to mix this in this is a little trick dolores taught me. you're going to have to taste this ooh, yeah, that's right. you want it to be seasoned if this isn't seasoned, this isn't going to be seasoned. >> right >> so then we go here, make sure you really press it down, pat it, flip it. >> what's in the seasoning >> it's onion powder, garlic powder and seasoned salt we didn't even get that in there. >> and this will create the crust. >> doesn't that taste good >> it's good
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>> now we're going over here into our oil the thing you want to remember, once it goes into the oil, it's ready when it floats >> oil. >> are you making fun of me? >> i'm laughing with you it's awesome. >> once it floats, anytime you're frying something, that's when you know it's ready whether it's fried chicken or fried fish. >> that's a great tip. >> it makes all the difference in the world >> you know it's done when it floats. >> you have to turn it over? >> yeah. well, no, huh-uh it's deep enough that we're not going to have to turn it over. it's cooking on the bottom and top. >> it's so good. >> isn't it good >> i love it. >> what about that tartar sauce? >> love it. >> i like a little fish with my tartar sauce seriously, that is my thing. >> that looks delicious. >> some wonderful lemons squeezed on there and great french fries and honey we're done. >> one of the thins i ate a lot of this summer is these heirloom tomatoes, we ate it with baa ra ta one of the things you can do is grab -- if you have these tomatoes lying around is go ahead and cut through them and chop it up, and you can kind of
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convert these ingredients into another salad. what we do is take these tomatoes, we chop them up. i like iceberg lettuce i like that crunch in lettuce. >> there is nothing wrong with iceberg. it got a bad rap in the '80s we're going back to it and i love it. >> you can use arugula we're going o'it take our hands and clump it in there this is a blt salad right here a little bit bacon on there and drizzle it with a little bit of the vinaigrette. >> that is fantastic. >> how do you like that guys >> that's pretty good. >> delicious. >> hoda, i hear you have been eating your weight in key lime pie. like it's a problem, isn't it? >> how do you know >> who told you? >> this is one of my favorite recipes, and i think you're going to love it it's all about that crust. >> yeah. >> phenomenal. >> also, you have to have something to drink, so after labor day i thought a bloody mary might work well today this is wor chester sauce, sweet pickle juice, a little horseradish, a squeeze of lemon
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and garnished it with a little beef jerky on top. >> bloody mary's are the only thing you can drink at 8:00 in the morning and no one's going to judge you you pull out tequila at 8:00 people are going to talk about you. >> they're going to write about you. >> you're got a little protein in there, that's breakfast. >> cheers. happy fall, everyone elizabeth thank you. >> hoda, key lime pie, that's your jam. >> isn't that a great recipe. >> >> thank you so much. if you want these recipes head to today.com/food. just ahead, the party rolls on we've got moreive music from l
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♪ so darling, darling stand we are back with london's kingdom choir. they're perhaps best known for their ♪ so darling stand >> they're perhaps best known for their show stopping performance at the royal wedding. do you remember? >> oh, yes. >> prince harry and meghan markle. >> and now they've just released
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their debut cd called "stand by me." they're about to tour north america for the first time we're so happy they've made their way to the plaza this is one of their first stops. karen gibson is the choir's conductor. >> good morning. >> what has this been like for you? a little over a year, and suddenly you're everywhere, and now you guys are famous. >> well, yeah, it's been absolutely amazing it's been a really wild ride i have to say. can i say that but it's been a complete blessing because it's opened up so many opportunities to us, and we got to be in america for the first time so we are so excited we're excited indeed. >> we are thrilled to have you and thrilled to hear you sing another song who are you going to do for us >> we're going to do aretha franklin's "say a little prayer for you," our version. >> take it away. thank you. ♪ say a little prayer for you ♪ the moment i wake up before i
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put on my makeup ♪ ♪ i say a little prayer for you for you ♪ ♪ and while i'm combing my hair now and wondering what dress to wear now ♪ ♪ i say a little prayer for you for you ♪ ♪ forever and ever you'll stay in my heart and i will love you, forever and ever ♪ ♪ we never will part, and i lov you, together forever, that's how we will, without you will s♪ ♪ i say a little prayer for only mean heartbreak for me ♪ ♪ while i'm riding i think of us, dear ♪ ♪ i say a little prayer for you for you ♪prayer ♪ and at work i just take time and all through my coffee break time ♪
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♪ i say a little prayer for you ♪ ♪ forever and ever you'll stay in my heart and i will love you forever and ever, we never will part ♪ ♪ together forever, without you will only mean heartbreak for me ♪ ♪ forever and ever you'll stay in my heart, and i will love you forever and ever we never will part ♪ ♪ together forever, without you would only mean heartbreak for me ♪ ♪ my darling believe me, for me ♪ i'm there is no one but you ♪w baby ♪ please love me to too, i'm in
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love with you ♪ ♪ and so my prayer now baby, an so my prayer, and so my prayer now baby ♪ ♪ answer my prayer, answer my prayer, answer my prayer now baby ♪ answer my prayer ♪ >> the kingdom choir, thank you so much. look for their cd, and you can catch them on tour in north america. it sounded so good. >> my gosh. >> wow >> thank you so much >> downloading that new cd immediately. thank you, guys so much. let's round out this party hoda, there's a few other people that are very happy you're back as well. take a look. >> welcome back, hoda. i'm so glad you got the summer home with your babes and your family, but now you're back to your other family, and you are so, so missed. welcome home. >> we're so happy for you and your little family, but we've
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missed you at the "today" show. >> we just want to say welcome back, and we'll see you very soon. >> congratulations on growing your beautiful family. we're all so happy for you. >> i miss you and your gorgeous face on tv every morning, so congrats again on your sweet girls and welcome back, welcome home >> hey, hoda, it's drew. missed you, so glad you're back. >> welcome back. >> i thought i was going. >> he thought he was going. >> welcome back, hoda. >> welcome back, hoda. we both missed you that's the point. >> a lot >> yeah, really. ♪ welcome back, hoda. welcome back hoda ♪ ♪ we all missed you and you hav perfect babies ♪ >> i'm really happy you got to spend a lot of time with your family, but we missed you all summer i'm glad you're back we'll see you soon, love you. >> you've got a couple of lucky daughters there to have you as a mother, and i think a person with a heart as big as yours who's as compassionate as you needs no mothering advice. >> thank god you're back because
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i wanted to die when you weren't on television every morning. i've been waking up with you for a long time. i don't want that to ever change again. don't you dare go on leave ever again. congratulations. >> you all, i cannot take this i don't even know what's going on today this is like my favorite day ever thank you for making coming back so perfect and so awesome, al, savann savannah. >> thank you for coming back all is right with the world when you're here with us. >> i love you. i love you guys to the moon. thank you again. that was the best song ever. thank you all. this is like my favorite date. can we stay here >> well, actually you can because the third hour comes and then the fourth hour you've got to host that hour, too. >> yeah. >> straight ahead. >> maria's hosting with me, and i don't know what's in it, but it's going to be amazing >> all right al, sheinelle and craig will be -- we'll talk to craig.
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>> and dylan. >> and lynn whitfield is going to be on. >> awesome >> a couple of minutes but first a check of your local news and weather. >> you guys, thank you savannah, thank you. love you ♪ and on my coffee break time ♪ i say a little prayer for you ♪ good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. as we head through the day we are still going to have some warm temperatures for the south bay, east san jose will reach up to 86 degrees and 90 in gilroy. you'll see a wide range from oakland reaching the upper 70s to 92 in concord today. still heating up for some of the valleys in hayward today. expect a high of 80 degrees and we're keeping it mild for half
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moon bay, staying foggy into the afternoon with a high of 65 and 79 in redwood city. we're reaching the upper 60s in san francisco and notice the winds coming in from the west at 20 miles per hour. not as windy for the north bay and reaching into the upper 80s in napa and novato up to 87 degrees and santa rosa reaching 85. our inland temperatures will be cooling off heading into the rest of the week. just a little bit more humidity tomorrow and then as the dry air returns, we're going to see some highs in the mid 80s and some of our warmer inland spots. looks like in some of our bay area communities we'll see some low 70s and some upper 60s for the coast as well as san francisco. we'll see at times more clouds than fog, breezy winds, but also some sun peeking out for the afternoon hours and that continues into next week. ♪
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live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza, this is the third hour of "today." >> good morning, everybody. i'm al along with sheinelle and dylan. >> good morning, guys. >> morning. >> craig is down in jupiter, florida. he's been covering hurricane daniel. dorian, i should say. we're going to check in with him in a moment. of course, yesterday, that horrible news of the boating accident. >> there are so many stories. >> southern california. >> so many stories we are consumed with this morning, and the boating accident is certainly at the top of the list. so tragic. >> 25 people confirmed dead, unfortunately. nine still unaccounted for. it was a dive ship that went up in flames. a

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