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don't do that it's a windy road and better on the freeway. >> be patient. that's what's happening today in the bay. >> thank you for everything you do to all the dads out there. see you again in half an hour. good morning. king of cleveland lebron james makes his city proud. >> it's over, it's over! cleveland is a city of champions once again! the superstar leading the cavaliers to a thrilling win over golden state 93-89. and back home, an epic celebration. ♪ and the party is not over yet. record-shattering temperatures soar across the west. the intense heat blamed for at least four deaths and fueling new wildfires. 103 degrees in los angeles, 115 in phoenix, a scorching 123 in palm springs today. is any relief in sight?
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orlando strong. tens of thousands attend the largest vigil yet for the victims of the pulse nightclub shooting as the fbi prepares to release the gunman's calls with hostage negotiators. and risky rescue. one, perhaps two, workers sick and stranded at the south pole. conditions so far making it impossible to reach them as crews wait and hope for a break in the weather and a chance to save them today, monday, june 20, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. and good morning, everybody. welcome to "today" on a monday morning. we've got willie in for matt. if you're a little blurry-eyed, willie, i understand. you stayed up to watch history. >> lebron james brought tha
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in phoenix and a scorching 123 in palm springs today. is there any relief in sight? orlando strong. tens of thousands attend the largest vigil yet for the victims of the pulse nightclub shooting as the fbi prepares to release the gunman's calls with hostage negotiators. and risky rescue. one, perhaps two, workers sick and stranded at the south pole. conditions so far making it impossible to reach them as crews wait and hope for a break in the weather and a chance to save them today, monday, june 20, 2016. savannah good morning. it was an instant >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. nail biter all the way down to the final seconds. here in oakland good morning. this morning,t is disappointing, but in cleveland, it is history! in cleveland it is history. >> oracle arena is alive! >> the >> the showdown was electrifying. showdown was >> two-handed slam. >> game seven down to the wire. two of the games best, lebron james going head to head and el! >> james down to the wire. >> two of the game's best. steph curry and lebron james going head-to-head and literally face to face. >> the two of them have some words.m have some words. >> reporter: the heated series,
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a classic.classic. >> three for three bang! the final game a seesaw battle.m >> announcer: lebron james a sw another attack at the basket. battle. >> >> reporter: with the score tieo and a minute left, khyri irving would drain a three, giving thee cavs the lead and ultimately th basket. >> title. kyle for cleveland, their first irvd championship in franchise ulti give the team the lead and ultimately the title. for clevelan history.d, their first championship in franchise >> announcer: the cavaliers are >> the nba champions. >> reporter: for james, who lef the cavs six years ago as a a c! >> f villain, he's returned a left six years ago as a villain, he's hometown hero. returned the hometown hero. >> i gave eve >> i gave everything i had.thin. i poured my heart, my blood, my i put my heart, my blood, my sweat, my tears to this game, and against all odds, cleveland. this is for you! against all >> reporter: cleveland, the first team in history to rally back from a 3-1 deficit in the e finals. team the warriors were the first tea history to rally back from a 3-1 deficit in the finals. to win a record 73 regular the m to season games. win a regular 73 >> we had a great regular
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season. games. this is something no team has ever done before. fell short fell short in the last game of the season. it hurts, man.e of the season. >> reporter: in the cavs locker >> in the cavs locker room, room, champagne and tears on champagne and tears on fathers father's day. day. >> everything i do is for my m parents and parents and my family. my famil. the cars is ni the cars are nice, the houses are nice, but none of this hou. but none of this matters w matters without them.ithout them. >> in the streets of cleveland, an all-out all-night >> reporter: in the streets of ! >> cleveland, an all-out, all-night man, that party. parade is going >> man, that parade is going to be ridiculous.s. ridiculous! >> the celebration has just >> reporter: the celebration has begun. this is history. just begun. this is history. the cavs are the cavs are champions. champion the city of cleveland hasn't won >> the city of cleveland hasn't a major sporting championship won a major sportin since the 1960s when the g championship s cleveland browns won the nfl s when the cleveland browns won an nfl title.title. lebron james was the series mvp as for the league mvp, mvp was sharpshooter steph curry. lebroe he said his league will be back, next year. steph curry, >> the warriors were 73-9 in thl be back next regular season, they were up 3-. in the series. back to you. >> such a good day. >> the the cleveland cavaliers just wo three consecutive games against the best team in nba history.on. 3-1 in the series, up. the cleveland >> heard that on the radio this
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three consecutive games. >> that never happened before in an nba morning. >> well done, well done. we'll talk more about that game. coming up later.well-done. also this morning, much mo dame coming up on a record-breaking heat. little bi later. it's intensifying in the . southeast.t. it's intensify the triple digit temperatures making the fight against raging wildfires even more difficult. nbc's steve patterson has the latest. steve, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, willie. this area under a red flag advisory with officials saying fire activity here could increase. meanwhile, these triple-digit temperatures we are feeling all across the southwest are only going to get worse. this morning the southwest ravaged, destructive flames, and deadly record-setting heat. the wildfires scattered all over the map. in arizona, the cedar fire driven by low humidity and blistering temperatures over the weekend has torched more than 12,000 acres.
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in new mexico, life altering. >> it's terrifying. it's just like -- you can't imagine, and you just want to run. >> reporter: two dozen homes destroyed in the wake of the doghead fire, a 17-acre monster that's been hard for firefighters to contain. in santa brash ra, 2,000 firefighters are battling the sherpa fire. sundowner winds, powerful santa ana winds that pick up around sunset have blackened many acres, turning it to ash. but now it's the heat crews are most worried about. sunday three firefighters had to be airlifted for heat-related emergencies. >> we have started to see some of the effects of this hot weather and the impacts it's having on our firefighters. >> reporter: that hot weather having an impact everywhere. >> 104 degrees at chino hills in this soccer tournament. >> reporter: excessive heat warnings throughout the southwest. officials in california issuing
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a flex alert, urging residents to conserve energy to avoid power outages and protect themselves from heat stroke. in arizona, the extreme heat is fatal. >> this is incomparable to anywhere else. >> reporter: a tragic warning as to how dangerous this heat can be. in an example of this extreme heat, a united express flight from houston to phoenix had to be diverted because of those record temperatures in arizona. sometimes the heat can compromise the lift of a plane's wings and the thrust of its engine. it's striking to think about how this heat can affect something even science based, willie and savannah. >> those conditions not helping, even science based, willie and savannah. >> those conditions not helpin either.g, we have dillon in for alan.. we have tell us there's relief coming. f >> i don't think we'll break an. records, but it will be tell us there's relief exceptionally hot with coming. >> i don't think we'll break a temperatures around 115 degrees. records, but it will be except we have 29 million people under temperatures around 115 some sort of heat alert in the . we have 29 million p southwest, but keep in mind e u
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some sort of heat alert in the southwest, but kee there are 110 million people wh there are 110 mil will see temperatures above 90 e degrees across the entire country. temperatures above 90 degrees across the so it is hot everywhere. entire country. so it is hot but let's take a look at what's. bu going on where temperatures wil going on be 100 to 125 degrees. where tel be 100 to this, of course, leads to 125 . this, of course, leads to dehydration, especially because dehydratio humidity is so low so you need c to stay hydrated and check on your neighbors and make sure ss everyone is safe in this kind o to heat. stay hydrated and check o we are looking at the heat to u everyone is safe in this kind of heat. we are l continue over the next several continue days, again, because of this t days, again, because of area of high pressure. this area of high pressure. you have this you have this sinking air, and g as the air sinks, it heats up. as the air sinks, it heats we are looking for temperatures. we are looking for temperatures to remain at about 15 to 25 to remain at about 15 degrees above average. to 25 degrees above erage. los angeles about 104 degrees. los angeles about 104 as we go through the middle of e the week, we'll see temperatures drop off a little bit in burbank, but still in las vegase through yuma, through phoenix, e temperatures maybe not breaking burb records but still up around 115, degrees, which is very yuma, th dangerous. phoenix, temperatures maybe not breaking records but the good news for firefighters degrees, w in santa barbara, temperatures dangerous. the good new should drop to the 80s and we in santa ba should see an increase on rbara should drop t wednesday.o the 80s and we
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let's turn now to the shoul wednesday. orlando nightclub massacre. orlando nightclub mass thousands of people attended a thousands o massive vigil one week after th massive vigil one worst mass shooting in u.s. wee history.worst mass shooting in history. today officials w today officials will release new information on what the gunman information on what the gunman said to police during the rampage. gabe gutierrez is in said to police during the orlan. gabe, good morning. >> reporter: good rampage.morning. later today the fbi is gabe gutierrez is in orlando. gabe, good morning. expec >> reporter: good morning.ted to release par later today the fbi is expected >> translator: -- to release partial. transcriptf the calls he made. all this as the community bounces back, honoring the victims in the largest gathering >> translator: -- transcripts of yet. late sunday a massive >> a massive vigil in orlando orlando joined t joined tens of thousands to focus not on the killer but the the vi victims.ctims. >> i think it's brought us together in ways unlike anything >> i think it's brought us before. >> there is a together in ways unlike anything before. that puts
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>> there is a lot more that pute us together than what divides us. i think you us. see i think you see that. >> i never imagined. that. >> i i can't describe that. never im. i can't >> reporter: oscar was just 26,. >> reporter: oscar was a mentor to his younger brother. his dad held his funeral on n a. his dad father's day. held his funeral >> i prefer to die first. father's day. i prefer to give my life for hi life.first. i prefer to >> reporter: this morning giver federal investigators are his digging deeper into the orlando >> reporter: this morning federal investigators are digging deeper into the orlando gunman's motive. gunman's as this newly released motive. as this propaganda video praises omar mateen for the massacre at the d pulse nightclub. propaganda it does not indicate he had any mateen for the prior contact with isis. massac pulse nightclub. >> where we are in this it does investigation is talking to e h prior contact wit everyone who had any kind of is. >> where we are in this contact with this killer.. investigation is talking to everyone who >> reporter: on "meet the any f press," attorney general lorett. lynch would not say whether r: mateen's wife might face press," attorney general charges. loretta lynch wou a senior law enforcement ld not official tells nbc news they ma found so far no manifesto or at anything resembling a suicide official tells nbc news they fo note.und so far no that indicates there is some an anything resembling a indication he may have used su note. that dating web sites, though they
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have not found dating apps on n indication he may have used dating web sites, though they have not found dating apps on his cell phone. back at sunday his cell phone. back at sunday night's vigil, v amid the sorrow, suddenly, a sign of hope. amid the sorrow, suddenly, a >>d sign of hope. galvanize >> it's helped galvanized people to realize what is importan to realize what is important. the city wil the city will not be defeated. >> reporter: it really was a d. >> reporter: it really was a powerful sight. since the rampage, more than $7 ention.
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it's a long shot. the rnc says powerful sight. since the rampage, more than $7 million in donations have been raised for the victims. she plans to visit tomorrow with investigators. we have breaking news. donald trump parting ways with his campaign manager. pooefrt alexander is joining us. this is a shakeup. >> that's exactly right. just in, nbc news has confirmed that donald trump's campaign manager is out. the campaign parting ways as trump is facing increased concern among donors and allies about his pivot toward the general election as one staffer just told us it's bedlam in the trump campaign that no one knows what's happening. >> to avoid another terrorism attack. >> i hate the concept of profiling but we have to use common sense. defi >> he's face iing a deficit agat hillary clinton trailing in polls and in money. still insisting it's early.mone. still >> we really haven't started. i nbc's hallie jackson. looking to capitalize, clinton we start pretty much after the conventi convention. releasing $23 billion worth of ads in battleground states. pro-trump forces haven't spent a dime. this weekend he was playing catch-up in the fundraising battle, making stops in texas, a red
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>> the last thing i would do is tell somebody to do something against their conscience. >> it would be nice if the republicans stuck together. i think i win either way. i can win one way or the other. >> reporter: with vice president joe biden expected to unload today, it's open season on trump for democrats. >> every day it becomes clearer that he is a thin-skinned, racist bully. and every day it becomes clearer he will never be president of the united states. >> reporter: still, trump says he's sitting pretty. >> i feel like a supermodel except times ten. it's true. >> reporter: a little joyful news this weekend, too. he'll be too young to vote this fall, but the clinton family is celebrating a new addition. chelsea clinton giving birth to a new grandson.
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his name is aidan. hillary clinton tweeting, what a joy being with our new grandson, so grateful. signed, h. >> congrats to them, but back to this gun debate. i know there are votes on the hill today, peter? >> that's exactly right. this has become a familiar pattern. the last time the senate held votes on gun reform was last september. proposals then failed. another four up for a vote today, two sponsored by democrats, two by republicans. it seems unlikely either of them will pass, either. simply put you have both competing on measures of background checks and people on a terrorist watch list. even that with divisions with republicans worried about on someone's due process if they're wrongly on that list. they hammered lawmakers that given this threat of terror that these new efforts are basically useless. >> what we're doing with this
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debate on the hill right now, it's like they're trying to stop a freight train with a piece of kleenex. >> the bills all need 60 votes to pass. that means for anything to change here in washington, savannah, it's going to have to be bipartisan. >> donald trump actually did weigh in on this, and it seems like he might be willing to take on the nra and side with this notion of no fly, no buy. >> i think that's right. this weekend he focused his remarks on how to keep the country safe, but he found himself at odds with the nra. trump argued that if more people at that orlando nightclub were armed with guns strapped to their waist and if they fired back at the shooter, the carnage would have been much less. but even the nra pushed back against that, insisting it does not believe people should be carrying guns in drinking establishments. trump has said he would meet with the nra suggesting he was on board with the law to try to keep guns out of the hands of people already banned from flying because they're suspended or they are known terrorists. savannah? >> a lot of moving pieces in politics today. peter, thank you.
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speaking of guns, a connecticut judge will hear arguments on whether a lawsuit can continue against the semiautomatic rifle used in the sandy hook shooting. families of victims are suing remington arms which made the ar-15 style rifle used in that attack. the plaintiffs say the company knew the rifle was meant for the military and too dangerous to sell to civilians. remington's lawyers argue the lawsuit is barred by federal law that shields gun manufacturers from most lawsuits over criminal use of their products. a funeral will be held tomorrow for the two-year-old boy who was killed by an alligator at disney world. this as more changes with being made at the park with this tragedy. kerry is following that for us in new york. kerry, good morning. >> reporter: savannah, it's been almost a week since two-year-old lane graves was killed and attacked by an alligator here at disney world. this morning his parents and four-year-old sister are back in nebraska, preparing to lay him
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to rest. this morning the beach where lane graves was snatched by an alligator and dragged to his death remains closed. after capturing what may be all the wild alligators that were in the waterways here, disney added these temporary barriers. new signs are up, too, warning guests alligators and snakes can be dangerous. disney saying its safety team, along with its animal behavior experts, are working on a long-term solution, evaluating what procedures need to change, while recognizing alligators are a fact of life in florida. last tuesday evening, two-year-old lane graves was playing in shallow water in the lagoon with his dad by his side. the alligator attacked just after sundown when gators usually hunt. the medical examiner says the toddler died from drowning and traumatic injuries. lane's father, releasing this emotional statement. melissa and i continue to deal with the loss of our beloved boy
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lane and are overwhelmed with the support and love we've received from family and friends in our community as well as from around the country. we ask for and appreciate the privacy we need to lay our son to rest. at the family's hometown in nebraska, neighbors are showing support. >> thank you. god bless you. >> reporter: collecting donations -- >> we ask this for your son -- >> -- holding prayer services, tying blue ribbons outside the graves home. >> they were just trying to make memories for lane and noah. it just breaks my heart she has to go through this. >> a wake for lane graves will be held later today. his funeral is scheduled for tomorrow. let's go back to some sports now. american dustin johnson overcame a controversial one-stroke penalty to win the u.s. open sunday. as johnson was beginning to putt, his ball moved just a bit. he told the official his club
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never touched the ball. still, later in the round while he was still playing and trying to win the u.s. open, he was told that he may later be penalized for it. that created a firestorm on social media against the usga who told johnson that. despite the debate, johnson finished four strokes ahead of the field, so the one-stroke penalty in the end proved to be irrelevant. he won the $1.8 million prize. he is one of those never to win a major and he finally got it yesterday. >> was the controversy under a cloud that he had to be potentially distracted by the penalty? >> at a major on a sunday, you get that in your head that you have to be one stroke better. >> a fly around his head. >> never let 'em see you sweat, right? he won by four. let's get to the forecast. it's hot pretty much everywhere around the count, except for the northeast and the northwest where the temperatures
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will be decent. from the interior northeast to parts of ohio and indiana, too. nothing too severe, but we could see some gusty winds and also some small hail. our local forecast is coming up in just 30 seconds. good morning. temperatures are starting out cool but we'll be warming up again today. we're now at 56 degrees in san francisco and the peninsula and the south bay is in the low 60s
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with a high today of 93 degrees. we'll have low 90s in the tri-valley expecting to see the temperatures up to 93 degrees and san francisco up to 93 degrees. a rare and dangerous mission under way right now to rescue a sick worker at the south pole. but will the weather cooperate? and a reason not to like cheaper gas prices. why car insurance rates are skyrocketing just in time for summer travel. but first, this is "today" on
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it erases 99% of your most stubborn makeup with one towelette. need any more proof than that? =anim== a deveping stor==vo== police are searchingowitnesses-l from one of the upper decksast night at oracle arena. oakland police and oracle arena personnel say the fan may have been pushed over the this is being investigated as a felony assault. say the fan may have been pushed over the railing during or after a fight. this is being investigated as a felony assault. police did talk to some witnesses and are reviewing surveillance video. the person who is fell is in his 20s and is at highland hospital this morning. let's check the forecast. >> we're talking the 90s again today. it was warm yesterday. as we look outside now from san francisco we will start out in
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the mid 50s and a lot of sunshine. it's 61 degrees in the south bay and san jose. we will have some mid 90s in some spots like pittsburgh and in danville today expect a high of 92 degrees. get used to it. it sticks around for the work week. let's see what's happening with the commute. we're looking at a couple of sticky spots but we're looking to the south bay where 280 is a slow drive and a crash before you get to 17 may be an added factor. good recovery here southbound 680 almost no slowing now. we expect the volume to build up over the next hour but 880 shows more traffic coming down. nothing dramatic there. folks heading over from the tri-valley is a good drive guys.
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>> i'll be back with a local news update in half an hour. see you then.
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♪ monday morning, june 20, 2016. we're kicking off the w 7:30 monday morning, june 20, 2016. we're kicking off the work week with a big crowd and some great music. the crowd will be even bigger tomorrow because meghan trainor will be here. she's taking over our plaza with music this week. inside studio 1a, the headlines this morning. millions of people out west are in for another day of scorching temperatures. today's high in phoenix expected to top 115 degrees. even hotter in other parts of arizona, new mexico and california. the extreme heat is being blamed for at least four deaths in arizona over the weekend. tens of thousands of people attended a vigil in orlando last night, the largest yet for the 49 victims of the pulse
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nightclub shooting. as for the investigation, authorities still trying to uncover the gunman's exact motive. and the city of cleveland is celebrating this morning. the first major sports championship in 52 years. the cavaliers beat golden state 93-89. it was a dramatic game 7 last night. they became the first nba team to win the title after first trailing in the final series three games to one. the cavs' hometown hero lebron james was named mvp. the rare and risky mission under way to evacuate a sick worker at a remote south pole research station and things being complicated by the extreme conditions there. keir simmons has the latest. keir, good morning. >> two aircraft like this one have just set off from chile. the planes for this dramatic rescue operation are designed to withstand extreme cold and equipped with skis, embarking, as you're about to see, on a
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desperate race against time. antarctica's unrelenting winter, a dangerous rescue operation. one, perhaps two, workers sick and stranded at the south pole station. a medical evacuation attempted only twice since 1957 when the isolated station opened. and this time of year, the sun never rises, the conditions so cold jet fuel freezes. during the 2001 rescue, a sick physician, the plane's flaps froze, thankfully freed by an engineer. >> otherwise the plane would have been stuck there for the rest of the winter. >> reporter: to avoid medical evacuation, workers on the research stations sometimes take extreme measures to treat themselves. in 1989 after jeri nielsen diagnosed herself with breast cancer, she administered her own chemotherapy for almost six months after continuing to serve as the nation's doctor.
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from there traveling a thousand miles, reaching another search station. then the plane must travel another 1500 miles landing in temperatures 70 below, with only compacted snow for a runway. >> you're the only aircraft operating on an entire continent. you then are flying 10 hours to the south pole in darkness, cold temperatures. if anything happens on that flight, you have to support yourself. >> reporter: international adventurer, knows the territory, climbing with prince harry. >> it's like being on a different planet, really. when there is nothing to see on the horizon, your attention turns inwards to your own thoughts. >> once the rescuers were airborne and on their way,
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they're on their own. and the workers' identities and their conditions have been upheld to protect their privacy, but willie and savannah, the place they call home has been called harder to get to than the international space station. >> they are really up against it there. thank you so much. now to a disturbing incident on an american airlines plane. a male passenger arrested for alleged inappropriate contact with an unaccompanied minor during a flight. well, now that victim's family is expressing anger, of course, at the suspect but also the airline. here's nbc's janet chamblin. >> reporter: the mother of a daughter upset after her daughter, who was flying alone, was allegedly traveling alone, was groped by a flying passenger. he was on his way from dallas to portland. witnesses say he took the seat next to the teen and eventually started touching her
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inappropriately. the girl's mother, who asked us to withhold her name, is furious. >> we're angry at him, we're angry at the airlines, we're angry that this happened to our child. >> reporter: the unaccompanied teen was flying home from her father's house in texas. according to an affidavit filed by an fbi agent who investigated the case, the girl said camp sat down and began to lean against her, first brushing his arm with hers and later allegedly placing his hand on her upper thigh. the affidavit goes on to say an attendant saw the girl, who was crying. he was then moved to the back of the plane, citing misbehavior conduct. they said in a statement, we are committed to our passengers' safety. we take these matters very seriously and have cooperated fully and immediately with law enforcement officials in their investigation of the suspect.
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their policy is that unaccompanied minors are introduced to the staff and introduced to the appropriate person when they arrive. it costs $150 for unaccompanied minors to fly. >> when family members are paying these fees, i think unequivocally, they're going to have their children watched and protected. >> reporter: american airlines was sued last year when another underage girl flying alone reported being inappropriately touched by a man. the airline denied any wrongdoing. the u.s. department of transportation said while the airlines tried to make the child's trip safe and comfortable, unaccompanied minor services do not include constant supervision on the flight. >> if we can get this process fixed or improved or changed so this doesn't happen to somebody else's child, then we want to do it. >> your sympathies are with the family, obviously, and the
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parents, but it's not round the clock supervision so interesting case there. let's get a check of the weather from dillon who is in for al. >> we have a chance of storms today. especially through the interior northeast extending back to the ohio river valley. it doesn't look like much, a couple cloud. des moines is about to see a little thunderstorm activity, but as we go into the afternoon from upstate new york stretching to kansas city, missouri, we have the threat of large hail and damaging wind gusts. no real tornado threat with these storms today, but still, the lightning is dangerous and you could get brief heavy downpours. these start at 4:00 or so this afternoon. on tuesday you see it shift to the south as the cold front shift. we're still looking at damaging wind gusts stretching to the atlantic. it's all about the heat. temperatures well above average across most of the country and we'll still be looking at temperatures well above 115 degrees in the desert southwest. that's a look at weather a
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we'll have warm temperatures here in the bay area where now we start out with a nice cool start on this monday morning. as you head out the door it's 60 degrees in the east bay and 61 degrees in the south bay with highs in the low 90s for the south bay and the tri-valley and north bay. east bay expect 92 degrees and san francisco will be up to 79 degrees. no major changes in the temperatures through the week. still 80s and 90s across the bay. >> and thastz your latest forecast. just ahead, have you checked your bill recently? why car insurance rates are raising at a record pace. and how to keep your dog entertained, even when you're not home. after these messages. i know exactly what's happening! ah! whoa! this is a bad streaming experience.
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>> not to ruin your monday morning, but just as you were planning a longer summer road trip with cheaper gas, now comes word you may have to dig a little deeper to pay the insurance. 746 billion miles in the first three months of the year, but more drivers also means more accidents. last year alone 38,000 people died on the nation's roads. >> people are driving more expensive cars and the cost to repair cars and the cost of medical care are going up along with litigation cost. >> now insurance companies are hiking rates. up 5 to 10% on average. up 7% in california. up 10% in florida and up a stunning 250% in florida. for traffic fatalities jumped 25% last year not the news you want to hear. a self described soccer monospends up to two hours a day in the car. >> they each have practice twice
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a week. sometimes on the same night. >> with good driver discounts, she now pays under 800 dollars a year for insurance, but higher rates she says could cut into the family budget. >> gas prices, insurance, tolls on the road, whatever it's going to be will have a significant impact on our recreational activities. >> what insurance companies say after years of falling profits they have no choice. allstate telling nbs auto repair are increases due to the technology in newer cars. they make them more efficient, more advanced more attractive and even safer. the very technology meant to keep driving safe also driving up the cost of taking to the road. >> so listen to this. speeds and distriacted driving. cell phones, conversations, kids in the car who are distracting you, eating, all those things, listening to music. all of the things to take your eyes off the road, more
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wx toss to traffic traffic tossra today we will officially welcome in summer this afternoon. it feels comfortable but it will be a hot afternoon. up to 95 degrees in gilroy and in san francisco 79, 95 in fairfield. oakland will top on out at 82. over the next few days we're going to ski more weather like this, highs in the 90 in the valleys and 70s along the coast. let's head over to see what's happening on the roads. look how light this traffic is. 101 north. here is the reason why. there's a crash south of here on southbound 101. a crash at held yar slows traffic down and that's where our camera was right in the break. things start to slow down over
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at the airport. slower drives through pleasanton but that's your normal commute. this shows the volume coming off of 238 both directions. nothing really unusual but you have your traffic slowing westbound highway 4 at 680 there is a crash backing up. flames high in richmond at the chevron refinery last night but chevron says it's normal. today new details will emerge in the orlando nightclub investigation. the fbi will reveal part of the shooter's conversation with police. check for up dates on our twitter feed today. heat making it an uphill climb for firefighters. see the latest trying to contain the flames on the west coast.
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it's 8:00 on today. coming up, hollywood tragedy. a star from the rebooted "star trek" franchise dice under serious circumstances as tributes pour in from friends and cast mates. plus the future of tech. jenna bush ha jenna bush hager inside apple's develop developer's conference. >> i wanted to make a difference in people's lives through technology. >> and star power. blake lively isn't afraid to go
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back in the water as she swings by to talk about her new summer thriller. and willie catches up with paul simon, about his half century of hit songs. >> do you match the story to the sound? >> i don't have a story or a point when i begin a song. >> has it always been that way for you. >> for a long time. >> "today," monday, june 20th, 2016. >> happy birthday! >> it's my 45th birthday. >> good morning, south carolina. >> good morning from the lone star state.
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>> it's 8:00 on "today." good morning, it's june 20th. it's the first day of summer. we are very excited to be sharing our summer songs all week. i got to pick the song today. i went with j.t. i feel like it's the song of the summer. >> i never get sick of it. >> i love it too. >> it's quickly becoming the indisputed song of summer. >> what a crowd. huge, loud, excited. >> it is the longest day of the year. >> we have a lot to get to in this hour. let's start with the orange room. >> have you wondered what your pets are up to after you leave home for the day? wonder no more. the secret life of pets takes a look at the quirky lives your animals lead when you're not around as we gear up for the movie premier. so here's the deal. if you caught your pet causing chaos if you have a hilarious
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animal clip, we want you to share it with this. you can share videos and pictures at today.com/pets. and we may show yours on the air. be sure to catch "the secret life of pets" when it hits theaters. good morning, everyone. the extreme heat that has wildfires blazing across the south and west has now turned deadly. in arizona four hikers died over the weekend after being overcome by heat in separate incidents. triple digit temperatures in the state along with low humidity are blamed for a 12,000-acre wildfire. two dozen homes have been destroyed by a doghead fire. and in santa barra, firefighters had had to be air lifted to the hospital for heat-related health emergencies. 50,000 people gathered in downtown orlando sunday night for a candle light vigil to honor the victims of last
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weekend's massacre at a gay nightclub. organizers said it was also a chance to reaffirm that there's much more uniting the people of orlando than dividing them. attorney general loretta lynch will visit the city tomorrow. she refused to say on sunday whether the wife of the nightclub gunman will face criminal charges. fellow performers are paying tribute to young actor alton yel chin, who starred in the new "star trek" film. he was killed sunday by his own car at his california home. he was in his driveway early sunday when he got out of his car momentarily and moved behind. somehow the car started rolling pinning him against a brick mailbox and security fence. he was on the way u to meet friends and when he didn't show up, they went to his home. the freak accident cut short a promising career. the new film coming out in july.
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he appeared here on "today" to promote the film. >> when you look back, you remember these films. >> his death was felt throughout the industry. actors anna kendrick tweeted, he's such a talent. such a huge loss. his former co-stars paid tribute. chris evans, devastated to hear about the brilliant anton yelchin. and a handwritten note from director jj a brbrams. you were brilliant, you were kind, you were funny as hell and supremely talented and you weren't here nearly long enough. >> his parents were professional figure skaters who moved to the u.s. when he was just an infant. veteran driver mike wallace is recovering from a severe beating after a rascal flats concert in north carolina. his adult daughter was also injured while trying to protect
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him. he wrote on facebook that he stopped to talk with several young men in the parking lot when one of them suddenly attacked him. he was knocked unconscious and repeatedly kicked in the head. three men were arrested. he complained that the suspects were out on bail before he was even out of the hospital. >> what happened outside the koep hagan opera house had had nothing to do with what goes on inside. cliff divers jumping from a platform attached to the roof of the building and landed in the river below. they were challenge d by the windy conditions not to mention the 9046 foot drop. it gave them plenty of time to show off impressive maneuvers and some nice speedo wear as well. >> i just had to comment. >> a little editorial at the end there. >> a little speedo. >> natalie, thank you. how the cavaliers are celebrating their first nba
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no, they are celebrating in las vegas. i think we see lebron with two bottles of shchampagne? his teammate kevin love was a little less timid in the locker room, pouring two cans of beer in his face. he was traveling on air force winter in the game, and the president actually stayed on board for 10 minutes after landing, didn't want to leave until the game ended. >> it's so anyone because lebron after the game said, cleveland, i can't wait to get home. after i stop in vegas. then i'm coming home with the trophy. >> it was a fun night last night. we were all tweeting and my house was so loud. it was fun. >> it was great. >> a good time last night. how many times have you seen a good headline to a story on line, you immediately send it to a friend without actually reading the article yourself? >> guilty. >> a new study finds nearly 60%
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of the links shared on social media have never actually been clicked on, meaning most people retweet news without ever reading it for themselves. researchers say this suggests people tend to form an opinion without bothering to get the full story. but something that confirms their opinion, they want to spread it around a little bit. >> people form opinions without the facts? i've never heard of that. i'm definitely guilty of that. if you have a doggie at home, sometimes you might feel guilt when you leave in the morning. now there's a new toy showing you can still play with your dog even when you're not home. this is called the go bone. it uses an algorithm to keep your dog happy and running around all day long. you connect the device to your smartphone. you can even control it remotely. the go bone also stores treats in case little rover gets hungry in the middle of all that activity. >> i was stuck in traffic last night and i'm counting down the hours. i'm like, she's been alone for six hours.
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>> you need the go bone. >> i need the go bone. >> you can have cameras in your house so you can watch them playing. now "finding dory" blowing the competition out of the water. chanel has our "popstart." >> "finding dory" the sequel to "finding nemo" just hit the box office. it scored a whopping $136 million. that makes it the highest grossing animated debut of all time. dory, which features the voice of ellen degeneres, comes 13 years after the blockbuster success of "finding nemo." >> i saw it this weekend. it's so good. really sweet. next, mariah carey. you never know what she's going to do and she proved it again saturday night. mariah spotted john legend in the crowd, so she pulled him up on the stage, had him blindfolded and teased him with
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a giant pink feather. mariah called it superstar service. this happened during her song "touch my body." you would think wife crissy tegan would be jealous. there she was in the audience, sharing and enjoying every moment in the audience. she said she's never been happier. she loves mariah. beyonce and jay-zee enjoying game 6 of the nba finals on thursday. giving a side eye to a fan, no surprise the look went viral. the quote was, never look beyonce in the eyes, you fool. so beyonce and the fan teamed up with this photo with b looking him directly in the eye, almost a death glare. on twitter, he said taking the second picture was all beyonce's idea. how cool was that? she saw that and wanted to tackle that. that's your "popstart" and reminder you can find more "popstart" stories on our facebook page, including how
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your fellow stars celebrated father's day. >> give them the stink eye! >> i like how she played that. now he's got two let's get a check of the weather. dylan is in for al. >> today's weather is brought to you by walmart. this summer, keep fresh berries. we have even more locally grown fresh produce. >> and we are still focusing on the heat in the southwest. 29 million people are under these heat alerts. yesterday unofficially some of the highest reports that we saw 128 degrees across parts of arizona. it's just exceptionally hot. most areas today will fall closer to 115 degrees. very dry, severe sunburn, heat cramps, dehydration, those are all possibilities when it's this hot. some of the records today. phoenix, 115. l.a., 106. tucson, 110. we could break the record in tucson with a forecast o of 112.
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vegas, 115 is the forecast for today. so we'll likely break some records. although l.a. will fall just shy of that. but still, record or not, hot is hot. we have a chns of storms in new york. the biggest threats will be for large hail and damaging wind gusts. tornadoes are not all that hikely. much more comfortable back to the north of the cold front. in the southeast, it's hot and humid. your feels like temperatures will be in the upper 90s and close to we're in for warm temperatures in the bay area as well but we start out with mild weather in the north bay and san francisco, upper 50s there. we're already in the 60s in the south bay peninsula and east bay. and a look at those highs up to 93 degrees in the south bay. east bay 82 degrees but we will be up to 93 in the tri valley. also some 90s in the north bay while san francisco is the upper 70s. low 80s for the peninsula and
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weather continues over the next several days. no change in the pattern. we'll continue to see highs in the low 90s throughout the week. >> dylan, thanks. now to a new ill stallment of under covered where we take on stories that aren't in the head loins. >> he's uncorred a troubling trend in mental health care. >> here's a number you might relate to if you have a student in your family. 1 in 4 college students deals with some kind of mental health iss issue. colleges across the country say they are there to help, but could some of that help be backfiring. over the course of a six-month investigation, 22 students at 10 different schools tell us how it is. >> at first, college was a dream for jasmine wooten. >> the cross country team was cool. i was doing so much. >> then she began struggling with depression and tried to harm herself. >> i was scratching myself. >> did you want to kill yourself? >> no, no, not at all. >> jasmine says she went to the
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student counsel center at the university of chicago seeking help. she was shocked when they sent her to a skruk hospital. >> it was like you have to go in the ambulance, which is like really embarrassing. >> just for a a few days, jasmine says they told her she was kept in the hospital for two weeks. then sent straight to a meeting with school officials who told her she had to leave campus immediately u. >> they handed me this contract saying i had to move all my stuff out of my dorm in 48 hours. they just kept pressuring me to sign it. >> do you feel it was voluntary? >> no, no. >> college students dealing with mental health issues are told to seek help like this one at the university of chicago. but over the course of our six-month investigation, we spoke with 22 students at schools across the country who claim seeking help was the beginning of a nightmare. a growing controversy flashed across the pages nationwide.
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>> this is a big deal and is a matter of life and death. it's a risky business. i u would say they are not ethical and they are not effective. >> the former medical director of nyu's counselling service says this is a difficult balancing act for schools. >> they are concerned about the potential risk of suicide, which for one thing is a bad pr problem for the school. >> do you think this makes campuses safer? >> if it works for getting students the care they need, it does. if it works to discourage students from going to the counselling service because they are afraid of being sent home against their will, it's actually a terrible message. >> some students have return ed after forced leaves and are fighting back. rachel williams sought help for depression. >> i had to get on the stretcher and be taken to the locked ward of the e.r. >> the school informed her she was no longer a student.
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if she wanted to come back, they had to reapply. >> if they want to pretend to care, when your student is struggling, don't say you're not a student anymore. >> she's speaking out writing this sering article calling for a more humane approach. yale declined our interview request, but there are cases where a serious medical problem requires that a student takes time away from school. the goal is to have the student return and be successful and most do return to yale. rachel is not alone. at the university of chicago, students who made it back from forced leaves are demanding change. >> they u strapped me on to a gurney and put me in an ambulance. >> how many of you were strap ed to a gurney and taken to the psych ward? all of you? >> yeah, it was terrifying. >> olivia says her leave was anything but voluntary. >> i was forced to sign a form without access to legal counsel. >> hours after her release, she
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was summoned to meet with school officials along with her mother, a prosecutor in arizona. >> olivia goes into a a fetal position and she starts sobbing and she starts begging them and to look up and see ab slosoluteo compassion or empathy, my career of a prosecutor, i can't envision ever being in a courtroom where a victim was treated that way. >> why do you think they did that? >> i think they wanted to put all of their energies into preserving the public image of the university of chicago. >> we asked the university of chicago for an interview. they declined. they also wouldn't comment on individual cases citing federal law. even after several students provided consent. the university did give us a statement saying that, quote, many of the general claims you have conveyed are inaccurate and inconsistent with the genuine
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concerns that regard the process. it's false to claim that the university requires students to take leaves without regard to their you anemic circumstances. >> none of that is true. there was no compassion. there was no fairness. my experience is it's actually the opposite. >> after 13 months of pleading, jasmine finally got the news this month that she'll be able to go back to the university of chicago. she's overjoyed, but says that lost year is a price students like her shouldn't have to pay. >> throwing away students like they did me is not the answer to helping someone. >> one study shows 40% of college students dealing with mental health issues never seek help. we spoke with expert who is said this is something that could make that problem worse. >> a complicated situation. >> there are genuine good intents. the question is are they overreacting sometimes. >> you hate to think a student wouldn't seek help because of
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the consequences. >> it's a difficult call on both parts. >> thank you so much. you can send your story suggestions to ronan using #undercovered. we'll talk film, family and one large shark with blake li lively. >> and paul simon on his many hits is taking his music in a brand new direction at the age of 74 with his new album. after your local news. i'm ...
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an emergcy plan is noin the works to move a poron good monday morning at 8:26, right now an emergency plan is in the works to move a portion of highway 1 in sonoma county away from an eroding cliff. the problem is affecting a southbound lane near the beach north of bodega bay. a traffic sthal will allow drivers through one direction at a time which means delays of five to ten minutes for anyone heading through the area. caltrans says a temporary detour could begin in late summer or early fall. a major realignment of highway 1 likely won't happen for another three years. no major realignment in your commute but something is popping up near berkeley that mike is following. >> there's university avenue westbound 80, the crash looks
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like it made its way to the shoulder. lanes don't appear blocked. a lot of traffic. looking at the map on the top of the screen coming into berkeley and bay bridge. over there the rest of the flow of the traffic moves well towards san mateo bridge and near bottom of the screen we have your northbound route continuing to slow. northbound 101 through san jose and also southbound 880 through hayward is the focus of the commute right now. back to you. >> folks trying to move on a monday. that will do it for us right now. we'll see you in a half hour with more updates. now back to the "today" show.
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8:30 now. it's monday morning, it's june 20, 2016. great morning. absolutely beautiful. we had a wonderful weekend. hope everybody enjoyed their father's day, and we are hoping for good weather tomorrow because we have a big concert with one of our favorites. meghan trainor will be here and we're looking forward to that. >> here is blake lively. she's wrestling with a shark in her new movie. we'll find out what made her want to face those fears. how many of you love chinese food? have no guilt because joy bower is going to help us make a
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chinese dish in our own kitchen. what does it say? >> luck is on your side today. >> we're going to give a quick shoutout to tamron. she was at a food festival this weekend and took part with chef tim love and their team won. >> i want to know what she made. >> i don't know. >> i'm impressed because she just started cooking recently. >> she's into learning. >> good teammate there. let's get a check of the weather. yes, and the gorgeous weather continues across the northeast. in the southeast it's hot. but going farther to the south, you can see we have our tropical storm danielle. it has winds up near 40 miles an hour. it's moving west at about 7 miles per hour. this is going to mostly affect mexico but we could see some outer bands creating rain for brownsville, texas.
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elsewhere across our country, we will see heat continue in the southwest, most likely breaking more records today. scattered showers and storms. some could be severe in the eastern great lakes stretching to missouri. it's nice we're looking at a nice cool start to the morning with a lot of sunshine. all that sun does heat the temperatures up quickly. 61 degrees in livermore and napa starts out the morning at 60 degrees. expect a high of san jose in 89 degrees and 90 in fapalo alto. mid-90s through the north bay and oakland up to 92. 95 in pittsburg and danville high of 92 degrees. weather stays hot for the next several days. that's your latest forecast. savannah? dillon, thank you so much. blake lively is making a splash,
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you might say, in her new movie called "the shallows." she goes to a tropical stobeach find solace after her mother dies. but there is a great big white thing. take a look. >> blake lively, good morning. >> good morning. >> i think there should be a new rating for thrillers, how high in your seat you jumped out and how many times. for me it was many, many times. >> that's good. >> was that fun? it looked a little -- >> not that scene. that scene was not fun. having your face thrashed against a fake rock is not fun. it was a fun shoot. we shot in this beautiful island, nobody ever shot there
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before. it was pristine and amazing, and the rest was basically in a giant swimming pool. >> it was an amazingly grueling thing to watch. i can't imagine having to actually do it yourself. is this something you fear in your own life, sharks, or are you kind of -- >> no, i actually had an amazing experience. i went diving with great white sharks and a conservationist. being in the water amongst them, it suddenly takes away that fear because you see them in movies and they're villainized, but when you see them in their habitat and you realize they're not actually hunting you, they're in their land. >> nancy is your character. she's brave, she's a medical student, so we know she's resource ful. >> yes. >> she kind of gets stuck literally on a rock. you can see the beach, but she can't get there because there is a shark between you. >> that's what's so frightening, hence the name "the shallows," because of global warming, sharks are pushed closer to shore. she's attacked, and you think of a shark attack being in the deep
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ocean, but it's almost scarier when shore is right there, and it's so close. but it comes in handy that she's a medical student, definitely. >> i was impressed with the way she figured out how to survive. i figure i would be the kind of person that would sit on the rock and cry. >> that's the thing, she's not the most resource ful person to start, but it just shows the human's ability to survive when you're faced with life or death. >> this is a little different for a type of project for you, and i heard your hubby was kind of your inspiration because he had done a rather grueling and difficult shoot as well. >> he did a film called "buried" where he's in a coffin the entire time. i think that would be harder to do because you have to carry a movie in a box. at least i had all these beautiful settings and sharks that helped me. i hope you like it. >> you have a little girl. i have a little girl that i think they're about three months
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apart. is she doing anything fun and exciting these days? >> she's always doing something fun and exciting. she's the most fun human being i've ever been around in my life. >> you come from a big family. you said you want to have a big family. is that still the plan? >> oh, gosh, yeah. i'm one of five kids, my husband is one of four, so we are officially breeders. you can go on our website and we will give you some of our children. >> the more the merrier. blake lively. "the shallows" hits theaters this month. the next generation of tech superstars, coming up. superstars, coming up. but fir maybe almond breeze tastes so good
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we're back at 8:38. the tech giant apple is always rolling out new gadgets to tempt us with, and jenna had the opportunity to visit their place
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in california. did you bring us anything? >> i brought nothing. my husband says they're considered the super bowl for developers, a company that's always changing and one that apple says is vital to their success. >> hi, it's me. it's sure great to be on the mac. >> that's right. siri is coming to the mac. >> with something called scribble. >> their lyrics! >> our latest mac 10 is called sierra. >> their latest may get consumers excited, but this conference really isn't for them. >> as we're opening up siri for developer develope developers. >> within this series, a new brand of developers. many of them are under 18. >> i want to make a difference in technology. >> reporter: this nine-year-old created a learning app called smart kids. she'll tell you all about it when she's done explaining it to apple ceo tim cook.
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>> you must be new. >> this is our app and you can add the music, too. >> apple takes their next generation of app makers seriously. they hand-picked and paid for 350 students from around the world to come to their developers' conference. >> the new generation of app developers are the ones that are going to take these amazing platforms and products we've created, and they'll be the ones to establish what's coming next. >> reporter: long-time apple executives chester hair work closely with students. >> they're fully willing, ready and able to start their own thing. >> reporter: like 17-year-old greg mohica. his app viper has been downloaded nearly 200 million times. >> you can view what people are talking about entirely around you.
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>> reporter: the conference saul about sharing with developers, and one of the few times a year when apple reveals their progress. secrets are closely guarded, even among colleagues. you've never been like, hey, come here. i'll give you a cup of coffee if you tell me what it's about. >> never. >> reporter: apple is being criticized for being perfectionists. apple says more transparency could be an opportunity for more feedback. software engineering director doesn't agree. >> i think our approach to how it works has been pretty successful so far. internally it does create an energy, enthusiasm and a commitment to the cause and to the product that we're trying to produce. >> reporter: one project in the works that cheryl could discuss is apple's new campus, which is set to open its doors early next year. >> we'll have open space, and we'll have a very collaborative environment and many more gathering areas where everyone who works at apple can just
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brainstorm. >> reporter: a new generation ready to brainstorm. >> so what's next? have you guys thought about what you're going to work on next? >> i have. >> this is a question i get quite a bit. >> reporter: and take what they learn here to the next level. >> i just started and i want to do so much more. >> reporter: oh, my gosh, aren't those kids inspiring? apple is making it easier for young people to learn how to code. they just announced swift programs, a free program that makes writing code more fun and interactive. it's important that girls write code ask that's what they're trying to do. you look at those women i got to talk with, they're super inspiring, and a lot of them started working in the tech world before there were women role models. i'm all in. >> that new site looks amazing. >> yeah, and there's some great food, i think. but i can't tell you that because that's part of the secret i was sworn to. >> you focused on the right things at apple, the free food.
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jenna, thank you very much. coming up, the legendary paul simon takes us inside his personal studio and opens up about six
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in the '60s, willie loved him. >> he's got so many huge hits, and over the years his style and sound have evolved, and that is the case with simon's new album stranger to stranger. we caught up with him in his recording studio at his connecticut home. >> ever since i stopped making hits, i really started to think, whenever it begins, it begins. ♪ i stepped outside the back stage door. >> paul simon waits for the music to come to him, and it's been coming to him in
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spectacular fashion for more than half a century. >> is it fair to say that your first inspiration comes from the instrument or some sound you hear somewhere and not the story you want to tell to the sound? you match the story to the sound? >> absolutely. i don't have a story or a point when i begin a song. >> has it always been that way for you? >> for a long time. at least since graceland. >> simon can't quite explain how the story comes to him from the sound, it just does, he says. and it has been since the early days of simon & garfunkel. the pair that first started singing together as kids in queens, new york and made hits that have spanned generations. ♪ like a bridge over troubled water. >> is it still satisfying to you to stand on a stage and sing a song you've been singing for 50 years or whatever it is, "mrs. robinson" or "the boxer" or "me
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and julio," one of the classics, and see someone in the audience connecting? >> yeah, it can be. >> simon recorded four grammy hits, sold over 100 million albums worldwide. >> i'm listening all the time but that's sort of a habit or something i was born with. >> reporter: his latest release, "strange to her stranr to stran latest blend. it includes modern dance music, believe it or not, all mixed with simon's acoustics. >> rhethe reviews for this albu have been incredible. i know you say you don't listen to reviews, but does the reception to it mean something to you? >> i'm pleased, of course. i'm interested to know what people think, but in general, reviews have a certain amount of misinformation, whether they're positive or negative, that you
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really don't need. >> so this is your laboratory. >> well, in a sense. >> stranger to stranger was recorded mainly here in his studio, filled with an eclectic array of instruments from around the world. >> they usually play them with spoons, you know. >> i love these. who was the artist that people would be most surprised that you listen to as you go through your music? >> oh, there are a lot. most of them go back to when i was a kid. "mystery train" by elvis presley. i could listen to it every day. fats domino, hank williams. >> reporter: at 74, simon is loyal to the music of his youth. but he's always looking forward. he continues to experiment, to write and to sing.
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and then he leaves the rest to us. >> i do think that the completion of the song belongs to the listener. the song is either i don't like that or i like it. and i like it because, and then they have their reason why they like it. so they complete the songs. >> a lot of people wondering if simon & garfunkel will ever reunite again. simon says he loves playing the hits but a reunion is out of the question. simon is now picking up new sounds and you hear it on the new album. what a treat to be inside the studio with this mad genius. it was amazing. >>. coming up next, joy bower puts a healthy spin on a chinese food
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it's 8:51 with our "fresh food today" series. today jill bower, author of "from junk food to joy food" has ways to save calories on your favorite dishes skpeand even onu can make at home. >> who doesn't love chinese
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food? unfortunately, one of the favorites, general tsao's chicken, has a lot of sodium. try this at home. marinate the chicken. mix egg white, reduced salt soy sauce, mix and add to chicken. marinate for at least 30 minutes. make sauce. bring pineapple juice to a boil. reduce heat, simmer until thickened for about 7 minutes. cool. once cooled mix in soy sauce, rice and wine vinegar, sesame seed oil, cornstarch. whisk together. spray skill let with non-stick cooking spray. cook chicken for about 7 minutes.
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add sauce and saute for a few minutes. garnish with sesame seeds and then dig in. the joy food version for just 260 calories is in. you just saved yourself 740 calories. >> and joy joins me live. i love general tsao's chicken, but i just saw those calories and it blew my mind. >> we went from 1,000 calories to just 260. of course, the proof is in the tasting so you're going to see what you think. it's not only lower in calories, it's lower am sodium, sugar and fat. >> it tastes great. >> what's the big difference? >> the chicken is not fried, it's sauted, and also, there is month added sugar. and there's far less fat. >> that's really good and it tastes almost as good as the one you get from delivery. s y s. >> you make me very happy.
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let's say you're in a restaurant and you don't get the opportunity to make one at home. now you're craving beef. if you were to order the beef with rice, you're looking at 1800 calories. that's more than most people need in a day. >> look at the equivalent over here. it's good, right? >> we're hungry. >> dig in. that recipe is on the website. you're looking at the equivalent of 38 pigs in blankets. but if you really do want beef, the better thing to do is to order beef and broccoli, because half the dish is going to be fiber-filling broccoli, and it's only going to cost you, with a full cup of steamed ricin stead of brown rice, 800 calories. you go from fried rice to steamed brown rice and you're doing yourself a favor. >> how about the famous egg roll? >> two egg rolls with duck sauce, willie, it's going to
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cost you 550 calories. that is the equivalent of eating two glazed donuts. but instead you can get four or five steeamed vegetable dumplins with a little soy sauce and it's 270 calories. >> my coworkers are stealing everything. >> pigs in blankets. >> i thought you had some of general tsao's chicken. fortune cookies are only 25 calories apiece, so you can always top off your meal way it couple of these. >> scarf those down. >> i got, luck helps ==topvo==
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burned out buildings in l good monday morning, 8:56 i'm sam brock. the attendants of several burned out businesses, will be allowed back in their businesses or residents. the fire broke out on mission street and quickly spread to six buildings.
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>> we have residential and commercial and hardware store and bar and couple of restaurantses and a lot of people displaced. >> almost 60 people lost their homes and fire crews plan to keep watch at the scene through today. happening right now as we prepare for the temperatures to soar into the 90s all week in some places, you can track the conditions wherever you go with the nbc bay area app. plus, lebron james of the cleveland cavs, bitter defeat, ended the warriors record breaking season without a championship title. for complete coverage, if you can stomach it, including reaction from steph curry, go to nbcbayarea.com where we posted a slide show depicting the ep pick season which no one can take away.
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this morning on today's take, oscar-winning director ron howard with a sneak peek about his new movie about the beatles. and celebrity entertainer of the year luke bryan is our new celebrity co-host. we'll get this show on the road with actor luke wilson. all of that coming up next. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" with al roker, natalie morales, live at rockefeller plaza. >> beautiful day here in new york city, beautiful crowd out on the plaza.
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we like to think they're here for us. because of the gentleman joining us today, luke bryan, reining entertainer of the year. thank you for joining us. >> thank you, willie, for the tremendous introduction. >> we wanted to make sure you had a warm welcome, so this morning i tweeted out, hope you're ready for this morning and asked for your coffee order. >> that's perfect. half and half, two sugars. used to be five sugars before i got into entertainment. >> you've had to cut back a bit. >> your morning jam right now. >> lord, i hope this day is good. it's like wake up this morning, have some coffee, and maybe the good lord will make your day good. i remember driving into downtown nashville, a young songwriter, and i put this old don williams song on. very optimistic in those days. >> it worked out pretty well for you. can we tell the story about last night? this man was on stage in ohio
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last night, got on a plane after midnight to be here with us, so we're grateful for that. but tell us about that. >> we played buckeye country superfest in columbus, ohio at the home of the buckeyes, and 50,000 people there, and when i go on stage, the cavs, they're like -- it's like top of the fourth quarter. >> oh, my gosh. >> and the whole game was back and forth, and you knew it was going to be a good game. and my guy that kind of -- during my show i have a guy run some water out, and he's from ohio. my camera guy that does all of my documentaries and stuff, he is the biggest cavs fan in the world. but anyway, so i'm getting live on stage updates, and i was doing "play it again" and somebody -- what was funny is, i knew that it was a close game, and i looked in the crowd and these two guys in the crowd, they were like "we won, we won" and i went, "the cavs just won."
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you've seen those scenes like straight soccer pandemonium, people throwing beer bottles up, and i'm like, don't do that. >> those are serious luke bryan fans, aren't they? they know the cavs are playing at the same time, but they're there for you. >> we knew that if they won -- we were like, please let them win because it will be a memorable, amazing moment. so i was as excited, too, then i threw on a -- a couple of the fans had a lebron jersey. they took their jersey off, and i put it on. i didn't even smell check the jersey. >> it doesn't matter. it's amazing you were there for that. got on a plane, made it here, co-hosting with us this morning, and your song "hunting, fishing, loving every day" number one on the billboard charts. this is your fourth number one
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single just from this album "kill the lights." your family is actually in the video, your boy is in the video. >> we made it a family event. >> that was the cutest. >> we go to shoot the video and i just start calling friends of mine. i'm like, hey, come out to the farm. we're going to shoot a video. so i got a lot of my friends, family, and we just wanted to make a fun, organic video that kind of captures a day in the life of doing a little hunting, fishing and loving every day. >> you said your tan comes from there. >> it's a spray tan, for the record. >> here we go, willie. >> i don't want to be next to you. >> we had been down at the beach, and if i can get on a boat anywhere and fish, i'm always -- >> hunting, fishing and loving every day. >> trying to practice what i preach. >> by the way, your pal blake
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shelton tweeted out, congrats, luke bryan, on your number one song. even though you're a bad influence. >> that's a blake shelton shoutout right there. >> he just had a birthday and i said, no matter how old i am, i'll always be younger than you. >> the bear represents on october 25th, right? >> every year we do eight shows in the month of october. this year is special because we're doing eight shows, eight states, and it's the eighth year. so the farm tour is something that i came up with eight years ago, and we just started putting a big stage up in a field. i had this team of people that will go out and survey these sites and meet with these farmers and they're looking at us like we're crazy.
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>> did you let the farmer know you were going to put the stage there? >> we're like, hey, man, we're going to mess up your hayfield, by the way. so we do that and we give -- after we get a big crowd in there and have a big time, we do some scholarships, and it just kind of recognizes farmers. >> you grew up on a farm, right? >> well, i grew up in a little town, but my dad was in agriculture, and we farmed peanuts, corn, cotton and soybeans, so a lot of -- that's how i got here. that's why i started doing music because my dad was like, you got to get out of here, i'm not going to make you run the farm much longer. >> south georgia boy. we love it. should we talk a little about these cavs last night, nba finals? unbelievable. lebron bringing his team back. his team had the best regular season in the history of the nba, ending a 52-year drought in
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cleveland. lebron gets a duouble triple lat night and he gave it everything he had. >> i gave it everything i had. i gave my blood, my sweat, my tears to this, man. against all odds, cleveland! this is for you! >> so much went into that. he left cleveland a couple years ago kind of as a villain, went to miami, won a couple titles there, and he came back just for this reason, to win for his home state, and he did it last night. also cavs guard j.r. smith getting emotional. that was father's day yesterday. he talked about his dad and his family after the game. check it out. >> everything i do is for my parents and my family. the cars are nice, the houses are nice, but none of this matters without them. if it wasn't for them, i wouldn't be here. i don't know where i would be, honestly. if it wasn't for them, if it
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wasn't for the structure and the backbone that i have, i wouldn't be able to keep coming back and be able to sit in front of you as a world champion. >> that's a good night. you got to be a part of what was happening in ohio last night. it was just special. >> the thing about j.r., he's like a rough -- you know, he's one of those edgy players, tough players, and to see him break down like this is pretty -- >> his dad was right there and getting teary-eyed, too. what a great father's day for him and a great father's day for all the fathers in cleveland. you guys had a good father's day, too? >> absolutely. my kids were dead, i was watching the game. this morning we're having a new contest called red, white and you. we're asking parents to share their american pride photos for the macy's fourth of july spectacular. just share your red, white and you pictures and videos on
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today.com. let's get a check of the weather, miss dillon. >> announcer: today's weather is brought to you by camping world. get one-stop shopping for everything rv at your nearby camping world rv supercenter. and it's a hot one out in the southwest. we've got 29 million people under some sort of heat alert, and we are looking like we are going to break more records as we go through the day today. we are expecting highs of about 100 to 125 degrees. keep in mind it's so dry that we could see, you know, the chance of dehydration, heat stroke, heat cramps, so you really need to stay hydrated. temperatures the next few days will still be on the warm side because of this area of high pressure that will continue to cause sinking air. that heats up as it does so, so we will see temperatures running about 15 to 25 degrees above average. in santa barbara where the fires
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good morning. i'm carrie hall. we are getting ready for hot temperatures here to start off the first day of summer. up to 95 degrees in gilroy and palo alto is 90. the outer sunset is 79 and a lot of sunshine today and not much of a wind. spots hitting the mid 90s in fairfield and pitsburg and napa hitting 90 and we will have low 90s for the trivalley and not much of a dip in the temperatures through the workweek. >> and that's your latest forecast. up next, another luke. up next, another luke. luke wilson stars in each year 17 billion toilet paper tubes are used in the us alone. that's enough to fill the empire state building...twice.
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i downloaded a song. oh, and full disclosure, when we were just chatting about that song thing, someone arranged a date. guilty. the point is, life is digital. so, carmax, created a site where you can reserve a car online. come in when it's convenient, your car will be waiting. just another thing to make buying a car better for you... reads this tweet that i just posted. oh, that appears to be trending. lol. no, no, no, no, [music] people are both soft and strong... yey! which is why our products are too. angel soft. is soh, she better not be.ld? our claim runs straight down to the glut'n free stuffin'. it's gluten. there's gold in them thar shells. liquid gold.
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he played a man on campus at an old school. >> he plays the tour manager for the staten island band who finds out if you have relationships on the tour, guess what? everyone knows about it. take a look. >> oh, really? hold on, honey. your female paleontologist posted a picture of you in that hideous picture on facebook. she calls it 5:30 a.m., #oldrocks. >> i thought it was going to be much worse. >> it already has 72 comments and 422 likes. it's painting around all the tours. >> okay, that's worse. >> nice to have you here. >> thank you, dylan. >> congratulations on the show. can you tell us what to expect? >> it's kind of a behind the scenes look at the crew that makes a touring band work.
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i'm sure luke here knows about it, and just like the crew you guys work with, it's just like a family where you have all these different people, like men and women all working together towards kind of one goal to get the show ready for that night. >> and luke bryan, you know, that is your family, right, when you're on the road? >> what's funny about roadies, and i'm sure you learned, they have interesting characters. >> and nicknames and stuff. >> it's crazy. they never sleep, either. even when they have the chance to sleep, they opt out of sleeping. >> it's just like stuff that we don't realize about. i'll go on a tour bus and think, gosh, this is incredible, then for somebody like you, that's probably the bloom was kind of worn off of that. >> and the thing about roadies, they're all on tour buses going up and down the road all night with us. but they are a special breed to do that. >> is there a band you could see
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yourself being a roadie for? >> i'm a big willie nelson fan, and i do know all the guys on that crew, so i feel like i could work in there and kind of fit in. >> that is a tour bus you would want to be on. >> this film is creative. cameron crowe brought it to us and joseph abrams and executive producer on this show, right? >> i like to surround myself with overachievers. >> we all do. >> they're both great guys and really talented, and i've been a fan of cameron since i was a kid, like watching "fast times at ridgmont high" and "jerry maguire." working with a good writer is really rewarding. >> are you teaming up, are you going to work together with owen wilson? >> we are going to work
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together. hopefully it's me and owen and martin lawrence about a guy who goes to prison, and he thinks he's in prison for life, then he gets married and gets exonerated and he wants out of the marriage when he gets released. owen plays my lawyer. >> going back to your bottle rocket youth. >> yeah. >> what is it we hear about a possibly "legally blond 3"? you have no idea? bob newhart apparently said something about it. >> i hadn't heard that, but i'd certainly like to do it. >> he doesn't want the fallout now. >> i'm the last guy to know, but if reese calls, i would just jump. >> yes? >> yeah. >> okay. reese, call him. everybody wants a 3. >> is the stage show still going? you can always check that out. >> luke is on tour this summer if you want to do do a little
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roadie work. >> i like the headlights that people wear. >> coal miner thing. >> they actually do work. >> luke wilson, thank you so much. thanks for being here. ro "roadies" starts this weekend. we know he can sing but can he draw? we're going to
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. luke bryan has his farm tour. here's a very first look at that cover. it's a digital only released on february 23rd. looking good, my man. >> all untouched. >> we're going to play this game called luke-tionary. we're going head to head with willie and dylan. each team has 45 seconds to draw and solve as many clues as they can, switching off with the other teammate after each answer, and they all have to do with luke's song title. >> i feel like you guys have a huge advantage here. since the game is named after you, we'll let you go first. let's put 45 seconds on the clock. >> he picks a card and he draws.
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>> interesting. this is crazy. so -- i have no idea. >> you can pass. >> dear lord. okay, this is easy. >> beer. >> right? and then you got -- >> drinking the can. beer in the mouth. >> beer in the mouth? what kind of song would that be? >> drink a beer! >> there we go. awesome. your turn. beer in the mouth. >> all right, here we go. wait. >> nice. uh -- uh -- country girl shake it for me. >> it's my turn.
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>> we laughed too much. >> beer in the mouth is your next single. >> ready? ready? >> here we go. that's a car. >> she's good. >> headlights, beer. shine a beer. "beer in the headlights." >> i'll assist. i'll vanna white this thing. >> you're too tall. >> arrow? bow? arrow? >> so what's that. >> i got it. >> oh, i know this one. >> what's that thing? >> that is the worst -- >> a fish? >> "hunting, fishing, loving every day," the runaway number
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>> she was trying to keep clear of the homes. >> after the crash, bart halted service in that area for a few hours. the plane is registered to a 60-year-old man in hawaii and he bought the plane in december. after the break, we will have a look at the monday morning sportscast. we'll be right back. bl traffic
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ck oakland 880 heat continues to build and we are on the outer fringes of that in the bay area. looking across the region expecting near record temperatures down around so cal as well as parts of arizona where temperatures will be well over 100 degrees. it won't be that hot here, but very warm into the mid 90s for the south bay, peninsula and san francisco in the 70s, 80s and 90s for the inland valleys.
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let's look. >> the oakland area northbound is a smoother drive. we will look at the map. we have slowing here. 580 off to the west. the upper east shore freeway. one crash coming around before you get in. a little bit of slowing. in the south bay and northbound, this is a tough overall commute. on the freeway it's also very crowded. >> a tough commute on the start of summer. thank you so much. that will do it for us. we will be back with more news updates.
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taking a look at the headlines, insurance rates are going up at the fastest pace in 13 years. on average they're up 5 to 10%, but in georgia they're up a stunning 20%, where fatalities jumped up 21% last year. it comes down to more drivers, pricier cars, more distractions and that is an increase in the number of accidents as well. drivers avoid making left-hand turns, especially at intersections with no traffic lights, but now they're lau launching a feature that limits the number of left-hand turns
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you'll have to make. the additional setting is now available in los angeles and it will soon expand to new orleans. each year nearly 2 million children under the age of 18 experience sports-related concussions. most of those cases were not treated in health care settings. most of those were helped by trainers. providers in all settings should provide mental health care to see how the brain was affected. "finding dory" took in an estimated $136 million, making it the highest grossing animated debut of all time. they ranked "central intelligence" second and "the kcon inju
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conjuring 2" was third. hail and damaging wind gusts will be our biggest threat today. it is hot every where else across the country and the southwest will break more records. feels-like temperatures close to 100 degrees. tomorrow we have a couple spotty areas across the northern good morning. i'm carrie hall. getting ready for hot temperatures to start off the first day of summer. up to 95 in gilroy and palo alto is 90. the outer sunset is 79 and a lot of sunshine and not much of a wind. we will see spots hitting the 90s and napa today is expecting a high of 90 and oakland is 82. we will have low 90s for the trivalley and not much of a dip in the temperatures through the workweek. and that's your latest
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forecast. it marked a modern day british invasion, the arrival of john, paul, george and ringo to american shores and then the fans went wild. director ron howard has captured all the excitement in the new feature-length debut "the touring years." i got a chance to talk to ron howard. >> as kids, we were all pretty wild. it's a miracle they didn't go mad. and we brought that to the music. >> ron howard, good morning. >> good morning. >> lucky you, to be able to work on what was probably the most incredible project. how did you end up with this? >> remarkable. ivan sinclair, who is a fantastic producer, he's done a lot of great rock and roll
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documentaries, was also involved in a movie called "rush" about formula 1 racing. he saw a documentary i did about jay-zee's music festival and he invited me into this process, and i had the opportunity to meet and interview, you know, ringo, paul, worked closely with the families. it's been great to get to know them. we focused on the touring years, so about '62-ish to '66 which is their final big tour, but it's such a dramatic and dynamic, exciting period. >> you remember the british invasion. what did you think at that time? >> i was so excited to get my beatle wave, and i see my wave looks a lot like george's. i tried to capture this period and make it as revealing and intimate about the band. through it all, there was a kind of brotherhood, a relationship. i didn't quite expect the power of that. i find that kind of emotional.
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while all this was going on, their lives were changing, our lives were changing. they were creating and working on the road, and yet their artistry kept evolving in ways that's truly profound. >> is there a beatle you most identify with? >> i think paul mccartney and his sort of showmanship, his love of the audience and wanting to connect and tell a story is something that i probably relate to best, but they're all geniuses. their music speaks to all generations. it still does. it's remarkable. >> my kids love their music as much as i do. >> it's because of the genius of the writing and the execution, so as a storyteller, always looking for something that might surprise audiences. it's been really a pleasure. >> you've got "inferno" coming out, the latest adaptation of the dan brown book. it's been a while. >> it has been a while. and we don't look at this as a series we have to service. we look at them as individual stories written by dan brown.
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they're great cinematic opportunities. when the script comes around, and we really believe the movie can be strong, then we go. it's a great acting opportunity for tom hanks. he knows what he's -- >> this goes way back, back to your "splash" days when you directed him. you must have great stories about tom. >> he's a pleasure, he has a great sense of humor, and it never really stops until you roll cameras, and then he locks in with such focus and intelligence. of course, when the lead actor or actress in a film carries that sort of creative ambition and that work ethic, it's a pleasure for the director. >> ron howard again and the beatles' "eight days a week, the touring years" on september 16. coming up next, we know he's good at hunting and fishing, but let's see how luke bryan does let's see how luke bryan does when he g technology is useful. let's see how luke bryan does when he g i just bought a book. and while i was telling you about the book,
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we've got some beautiful creamed corn and we're going to do some grilled scallions as well and i'll show you how to make the perfect steak. i did this the grill, but you can do this on an inside grill as well. to make good creamed corn, you need to cream the corn. i've got one of these sort of fancy -- you can also use a knife or a mandolin. you can see it shreds it up. >> really shreds it up. >> it's a corn mash. >> you see how that sort of mashes. luke, you were saying your pop-pop. >> we called him pop-pop. he sat under a shade tree all day in the garden. >> you release a lot of those natural cornstarches, which is a
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thickening agent. you'll end up with corn juice that looks like this, and then -- >> it could be a cologne, too. >> you've got some corn. >> i've got sweet corn coming in. >> you get a nice warm pan, and you take that creamed corn that you saw us make, you drop that in, and effectively you make it like a risotto. you just sort of stir that, and you slowly add the corn stock, and it's going to thicken and thicken and thicken. it's creamed corn without any cream, so it's a healthy way to make it. that comes together slowly -- >> simmers until it reduces a little bit? >> reduces down a little bit. then you take this corn and toss it in at the last minute. >> thank you, luke. >> flipping the corn. >> that gives you sort of the chunkier bits of corn back in there. >> right, smooth and velvety.
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>> i love creamed corn. how is it, dylan? really good? >> i haven't stopped eating since you guys started. >> see how that thickens? >> i never thought about corn stock. that's really smart. >> it doesn't cost anything. >> so over here you're going to show us how to make your steak with the scallions. >> i have two types of steak here. they're both new york cuts. this is a bigger steak and this is just a regular grass-fed steak. you can see that marbling, that beautiful fattyness you achieve through there. you should be generous with the salt. and just a tiny bit of oil on the actual steak itself. not put that on the grill. >> you're opening in los angeles. i'll be out there soon. do i have an invite then? >> absolutely.
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we have a butcher shop, so we'll have the best beef and some ranch stuff as well, which is cool. >> you'll put the scallions just straight on. >> straight on. i've never had scallions. this is our chance to eat. >> you get a nice sear and cook it slow. once you have that going, you turn the grill right down and cook it slow. >> do you keep flipping it? >> you should flip it like every 60 seconds. >> if you want the recipe, just head to your website, today.com/food. coming up next, the marley legacy lives on. ziggy this is mister kitty. mom doesn't know we have him. it's something about "responsibility." i made you-know-who promise not to tell. but she's got the nose of a bloodhound. we have to be super duper careful. so we're using fresh step with the power of febreze. it doesn't mask litter box odors. it's designed to trap and eliminate odors for 10 days.
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1% when you buy and 1% as you pay. the citi double cash card. double means double. the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. he's the son of a regularga icon bob marley. >> but his son ziggy marley is leaving his own mark, too. he recently released his top titled sixth album, and here he is to present his song "all night long." >> you are just a natural melody maker. you said this is your most complete album. why is that? >> i put a lot into this one. i did the engineering, i did the
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ladies, we want to hear about your show but we lost a couple of the hosts. luke bryan and natalie morales. where are they? >> they left a couple minutes ago. >> there it goes. there i goes. >> i would expect it to go no other way. >> luke better hurry because he's on our show, too, along with jeff garland, along with jill cartman. >> christine cotaldi's birthday. >> yay! happy birthday! >> not bad to get a cake delivered by luke bryan. >> my birthday is in august, so in luke is around. >> happy birthday! >> happy birthday, christine. we'll let her blow out the candles and we'll ♪
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outer sunset up to 79. napa at 90 and we will have 90 in pitsburg and oakland at 82 degrees and danville expecting a high of 92 degrees over the next few days. no major changes in the weather, but more hot temperatures. let's go over to mike to see what's happening as we go out on the roadways. >> around 90 at the top of the screen and i don't see it, but i see that. looking at the maps, wey don't see anything in the areas, but we can watch out and we do report something to the south. the bay bridge toll plaza off of the east shore. a little bit in the south bay. >> happening now, oakland police are searching for witnesses. last night at oracle arena, the fans may have been in a fight.
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we have more on our website. also complete coverage and a new champion hebron crowned. the cavaliers and the warriors with the first major sports championship in more than 50 years. more local news coming up.
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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hello, everybody! fun day monday, june 20th. guess what? it's finally happened? first day of summer! longest day of the year! >> by the way, summer doesn't hit until about 6:30 so technically we're going to go through -- wait, we're tasting the last taste of spring and tonight when the sun is just about to set it's summertime, baby. >> well, we lift up our glasses, alcohol-free.

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