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good morning. banned. >> we don't want them here. >> president trump signs a controversial executive order closing the doors to the immigrants and taking aim at muslim countries. as he gets ready for a phone call with russian leader vladimir putin. questions if he will drop the sanctions against russia for meddling in the election. and he takes aim at the media. >> the opposition party is losing badly. the media is on the opposition party's side. >> we are live at the white house with the latest. greatest of all time. serena williams beats venus in the finals of the australia open
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making her the winningest in the open era. will she ever slow down? moment of impact. caught on camera. look at this. a pickup truck smashing into a bus in upstate new york. riders scrambling to safety in the nick of time. amazingly no one killed. and saying good-bye. award winning actor john hurt dead at 77. the british knight known for "elephant man" to "harry potter." we will look at his career today, saturday, january 28th, 2017. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. good morning. welcome to "today" on saturday morning. i'm sheinelle jones. >> i'm craig melvin. about two hours ago, down under, the williams sisters went at it one more time.
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it was a match to watch. and once again, little sister got the better of big sister. >> we are so proud of these ladies. we are rooting for them. it is one of those things, to me, 40 is the new 30. >> you say that. of course. >> you know what i mean. we are rooting for them. we want her to go as long as she can. let's get to the top story. president trump now in office for a week shaking up washington with an executive order temporarily halting immigration and taking aim at muslim immigrants in particular. this as he sets to speak with vladimir putin today. nbc's kacie hunt is live at the white house. good morning. >> reporter: sheinelle, good morning. new backlash after president trump signed that executive order banning immigrants with the focus on certain countries. he calls it extreme vetting. some say it is amounting to a ban on muslims.
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fallout this morning from president trump's move to make good on a campaign promise. >> new vetting measures to keep radical islamic terrorists out of the united states of america. >> reporter: at the pentagon yesterday, trump signing an executive order to ban immigrants from the muslim countries. for the next 90 days. the order stops short of an all-out ban of muslims. >> donald trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states until our country's representatives can figure out what the hell is going on. >> reporter: but it sparked outrage. the aclu calling the order quote a euphemism for discriminating against muslims. the dean at princeton said quote to defer travel from outside the united states.
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trump signed the order after the meeting with british prime minister theresa may. the two trying to focus on what they have in common instead of differences like whether russia should continue to face sanctions. >> we will see what happens. it is early to talk about that. >> reporter: trump expected to speak by phone with russian president vladimir putin. accused by u.s. intelligence of conducting a hacking campaign to help trump win the election. >> as far as putin and russia, i don't say good, bad or indifferent. i hope we have a fantastic relationship. it is possible. >> reporter: he is also expected to speak with angela merkel. now trying to build ties across the world as commander in chief. if not with the press, but here at the home. >> i think the media is the opposition party in many ways. the opposition party is losing badly. the media is on the opposition party's side.
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>> reporter: trump is scheduled to speak today to the leaders of japan and france. we are also told he will sign more executive orders. not clear what those orders will focus on. more in store as the new president starts his second week in office. sheinelle. >> kacie hunt, thank you. >> let's bring in ari melber and elise jordan. >> good morning. >> trump signs this executive order on friday. 85,000 syrian refugees who came here on the program last year ending that. in addition to that, seven muslim countries for the next 90 days. no immigrants from those countries. first of all, ari, is this legal? is this something that could be challenged in court? is there any evidence that these refugees from syria pose a risk? >> no, in fact, this order focuses on countries that have not been the source of the 9/11 attackers or subsequent terror attacks.
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that makes everyone wonder where they got the list of countries. it will be challenged in court. monday will be the first challenge. >> already? >> yes. they have 20 individual plaintiffs who are going to argue it. is it likely to be upheld? probably. we can say there is great executive authority in the area of immigration. is it written as religious ban the way trump campaigned on? no. it doesn't touch on the large muslim countries in the world or saudi arabia who sent hijackers over here. it takes a list of countries flagged under other programs as dangerous and says we will suspend immigration from them. >> elise, how does this play politically? >> it is controversial when over the summer, trump raised the statement and he wanted to have a muslim ban. you have leaders like paul ryan saying this is against america and what america stands for. we will see a ton of outcry
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continue over this over making this about religion. and less about and it is unclear how it will improve national security. ari pointed out no refugee or immigrant from any of the countries affected under the ban have committed an act of terrorism in the u.s. since 1975. >> let's talk about the fact that president trump will talk to russian president vladimir putin today. he said friday it is too early to lift the sanctions put in place because of meddling in the u.s. elections. they me this, will the president face political backlash at home from congress if he lifts sanctions? >> this is another issue where if trump decides to lift the sanctions without having any results or without having russia making any progress toward the sanctions that were put in place because of the territorial annexation of crimea. this is trump doing nothing.
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this is theresa may's sticking point when she met with trump. she wants to say we will not lift anything. >> we heard from kacie hunt at the white house. president trump is considering more executive action. with the immigration, that was the 14th executive order in seven days. tpp, obamacare, the wall, now immigration. one of the complaints against president obama was he was a guy that liked to legislate using the pen and work around congress. how is that different this time? >> not different. >> and republicans who are upset when obama did that should be upset right now. there is no consistency. >> i missed it. >> you could get whiplash on that. i will say what we have seen from donald trump is a mix. executive orders that do a lot.
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reverse mexico city policy. on abortion is one example. this is real and suspends the immigration. we have seen others that have symbolic. he likes gathering reporters in to sign things. the obamacare executive order is doing nothing. in the sense it just says i don't like obamacare. you notice today after the executive order today, obamacare still exists. he is working on laws. he cannot change by signature. >> steve bannon was talking to "the new york times." he is calling the media the opposition party and we should quote shut up and listen. there is so much talk and the fact that this is a campaign to sow doubts with anything the media says. are we the new enemy? >> whether you are a journalist or american citizen, you root for the president. you want the economy and america to be strong. what steve bannon is saying who risk their lives who do reporting are an enemy of the state or political opponent of the government.
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>> anytime you hear something you don't agree with, you say it is fake news. >> that may be part of the motivation. i want to be clear. it is false. it will not change how i do my job. i will not be harder or softer on the administration because of it. it is obviously concerning when you have members of the government who have all of the powers of the government saying that a free press is the political opposition. that is not now we see ourselves. that is not the work we do. when you look at the history of the country. it is not a great sign when you have government officials saying. that mr. bannon may have political reasons. he may want to discredit the work out there for whatever reason. he may like a good fight. they decide it may be in the political interest to have fights with tv hosts than chuck schumer. it is conservatives to say lets
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keep government out of the press. the trump administration is taking a stand in the fight against abortion. vice president mike pence made headlines friday as the first ever sitting vice president to attend the march for life event in washington. nbc's kristen dahlgren was there. >> reporter: on the national mall, one of the issues that divides the nation taking center stage. >> i am pro-life. >> reporter: the anti-abortion movement finding new life in the new administration. >> this is a new day. a new dawn for life. >> reporter: promises from one of the president's top advisors and for the first time ever at the march for life. a vice president. >> we will not rest until we restore a culture of life in america. >> reporter: for those marching since the roe v. wade decision.
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many in the crowd were newer. kristen hawkins organized student marchers. >> this is the first generation of young people that reject abortion. >> reporter: americans are deeply divided on abortion. 59% say abortion should be legal in all or most cases. 37% oppose it. but in his first week, president trump signed executive order that bans foreign aid to groups that discuss or give counselling for abortion. for many here, a sign their days of protest may soon give way to celebration. >> we hope this is the last march we will have to make. >> reporter: kristen dahlgren, nbc news, washington. let's look at the headlines this morning. serious allegations on baylor
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football team. they committed 52 acts of rape over a four-year period. the lawsuit filed friday by a baylor graduate who said she was raped in 2013. baylor has already fired its president, athletic director and football coach. investors thinking they would get rich on "hamilton" tickets got taken. two men in new york accused of a ponzi scheme. the men raised $81 million claiming they had big blocks of tickets to the show and a plan to re-sell them for a profit. the feds say there was never any deal. the money went to personal expenses like jewelry and tuition. a frightening moment caught on camera. a pickup truck in syracuse, new york, slams into a bus. six were treated at hospitals. the 82-year-old pickup truck
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driver swerved to avoid traffic. it happened earlier this month, the video emerged friday after a freedom of information request. the comeback of tiger woods seems like a case of two steps forward and one step back. woods missed the cut friday in the first pga event in a year and a half. after shooting a 76 followed by a 72, tiger said he needs to get more rounds under his belt. hollywood is mourning the death of john hurt. he was known for the roles in "harry potter" films. he was knighted by queen elizabeth. nbc's steve patterson looks back at his life. >> reporter: to a generation that grew up on "harry potter" he is known as the wand merchant. john hurt had a career spanning six decades and so many roles.
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twice nominated for oscar. both role as the addict in "midnight express" and john merrick in "the elephant man." iconic role which his famous face was never seen. >> he was a force. he was a presence. every film in television show he did. >> reporter: he was known for unforgettable scenes like this one in the 1979 science fiction classic "alien." playing the crew member who had an alien burst out of his chest. reprizing that for laughs in the space spoof "space balls." >> oh, no, not again. >> reporter: he was celebrated for his role in "a man for all seasons" and "1984." despite early success as an actor, he transitioned into a wide variety of roles through 77 years.
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most recently playing a priest who consoles the recently widowed first lady in "jackie." this morning, celebrities flooding twitter. it was terribly sad to learn of john hurt's passing mel brooks wrote. he was a magnificent talent. >> an honor and privilege. >> reporter: this morning, so many celebrating the long and prolific career of the man who made the smallest roles seem big. for "today," steve patterson, nbc news, los angeles. this morning, serena williams is officially the greatest tennis player in open history. she knocked off her sister in the australia open hours ago. now serena has won more majors than any tennis player in the open era.
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lucy cavanaugh has more. >> reporter: this was a sister showdown and a broken tennis racket. serena is back as world number one. a victory for the record books. it was serena knocking off venus in straight sets this morning. serena and venus embracing when the match was over. now the grand slam champion in the open era with 23 titles. putting her one ahead of steffi graf. >> both of us in the final is the biggest dream come true for us. >> reporter: both have been the face of american tennis since they were teenagers. first going head-to-head on the very same court at the 1998 australia open. venus won that match. a year later, it was serena's turn winning the u.s. open at 17.
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telling the "today" show then -- >> i want to be in the history books. >> reporter: that mission now accomplished with 30 grand slam titles between them. they shattered records and defied the odds. >> it is her's. >> reporter: the last time they faced off in the grand slam final. wimbledon in 2009. serena beat her sister then and then again today regaining the world number one ranking. it is a sibling rivalry like no other. >> she is my toughest opponent. >> reporter: they may be each other's toughest opponents, but there are no losers. it is a williams victory. another one for the history books. craig, it is crazy to think serena has been winning grand slams since 1999. both women are legends in their own right. venus saying it is an awesome thing.
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your wins has always been my win. >> lucy, thank you. >> that's nice. >> serena williams, since she turned 30, she won 10. previously 3. that was the record before that. there were three opens won by someone older than 30. >> i love the fact. before it was she's getting older. >> better with age. we like it. >> we'll take it. speaking of things that are calm right now, let's talk weather. nothing going on. we are watching those in the lakes. you are looking at some winter storm warnings or lake-effect snow through the weekend. look at the bull's-eyes here. winds gusting up to 40 miles per hour in the region. we will look at this and we know cold air is moving through the region. we know the lakes are warm. it is a mild this winter. we are looking at that with heavy amounts of snow.
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downwind there. a few feet away with an inch of snow. that's the l good morning. you're going to be waking up to clear skies and chilly temps in san francisco. right now 45 degrees but expecting to warm up into the afternoon, into those mid to upper 50s, maybe even 60s across some parts of the bay area. a quick glance of the next couple of hour opinions we're expecting plenty of sunshine and temps that could warm into the 60-degree mark for areas near the south bay. actually nice to have a weekend without crazy weather everywhere. it will get colder. i'll talk about that in a bit. thank you. up next, the dog who is a mailman's best friend. i had to think about that. but first this is "today" on nbc.
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♪ who let the dogs out
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>> that's appropriate. you know the saying dog is man's best friend. not always true. the u.s. postal service say mail carriers suffered 6,000 pet bites last year. because of that, workers can get skittish. >> a worker in colorado, a postman and dog are not rivals, but best friends. here is janet shamlian. >> reporter: after 16 years of delivering mail, jeff kreimer knows how to handle hazards. >> you let it check you out. >> reporter: when he first met tashie, little cause for concern. >> i was coming down the street to deliver the mail. this old dog waddles out toward my with the tail wagging. >> reporter: he started greeting kramer every day. >> how is my boy today? >> reporter: every week, he watched him further slow down.
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>> he is the friendliest boy ever. >> reporter: karen and her family were not surprised her dog hit it off with jeff. tashie quickly befriends everyone. at 14 years old, tashie has had a tough time. even getting in and out of the house. >> i did not realize how much trouble he was having until they carried him up the stairs. >> reporter: it was familiar heartache. his dog odie died of old age. >> my dog had the same problem. >> reporter: on his day off, he showed up unannounced and installing odie's ramp for tashie. >> we came home on sunday and we opened the door to take tash out and he was here putting the ramp up. >> reporter: they use it every day. simply a bit of plywood and a lot of heart. >> it turned out it prolonged his life.
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>> reporter: word of his kindness spread along his route. >> i could use a ramp and they don't have a dog. >> reporter: a best friend for man's best friend and a gift of compassion. for "today," janet shamlian, nbc news, boulder, colorado. sweet. still to come, the mysterious place where mold will make a home in your home. jeff rossen will tell us how to protect our families. and the bag of tortilla chips that can tell if you are drinking. we will check it out. but first these messages.
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good saturday morning to you. it is 5:26. a live look outside of the beautiful lights of the bay bridge. looking from emeryville towards san francisco on a very chilly saturday morning. thanks so much for joining us. i'm kira klapper. vianey arana has a look at the microclimate forecast. cold, but -- >> i think you're going to like it. we are going to be warming up and giving way to you very nice, sunny weekend across the bay area. waking up in the 40s in san francisco right now, 45 degrees, take a look over the next couple hour s by 11:00, 12, in the 50. expecting to climb up to a high of 56, 57 for san francisco and
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in the san jose area, 38 degrees now. that's where kira is feeling the chill, because we aren't seeing clouds. nothing to keep us warm over the next couple of hours expecting yet again to climb into those 50s. san jose. san jose a potential hitting 60 or 61 today. so you're definitely going to want to take these temps outside. you start off with a sweater. by mid-day, some folks brave enough to shed that sweater. a chance of rain in a bit. first, investigators say they are confident all of the men involved in a bank robbery are behind bars this morning. after a wild 30-hour manhunt with residents in several south bay neighborhoods on edge. video from downtown san jose last night. you can see this stolen chevy malibu being towed away. law enforcement officers were looking for a car like this after the bank robbery suspect stole it while on the run from
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them. our nbc chopper was overhead. the dramatic scene played out yesterday evening. you may have seen it on our 5:00 news. as police chaserd the man through a busy construction site where he was trying to hide. one of three men police spotted in a stolen unmarked police car earlier yesterday. two men were arrested immediately, but that third guy, he jumped out, started running, and put part of san jose's japantown on lockdown. police had rifles drawn searching cars and homes for that suspect. >> when we attempted to take him into custody he resisted. one officer deployed a taser in an effort to overcome the resistance. >> all three men are now being questioned in relation to the bank robbery which happened thursday in scotts valley. staid-wide building regulations going into effect immediately all aimed at preventing a repeat of the deadly berkeley balcony collapse. new standards voted on yesterday by the california building
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standards commission would improve construction of all exterior balconies and walkways. in 2016, 64 killed after it was determined an apartment balcony in berkeley had not been properly constructed. coming up on "today in the bay," one lucky group of bay area students treated to a once in a lifetime experience from a "saturday night live" musical legend. that will be coming up. plus your weather coming up at 7:00. hope you stay tuned. right now we'll send you back to the "today" show.
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♪ look around look how lucky we are to be alive ♪ ♪ history is happening happen to be the greatest ♪ ♪ thing in the world the greatest thing in the world ♪ >> it's the hottest show on broadway. "hamilton" and the women first to play the skyler sisters became big stars because of it. now bigger audience in their futures. we will tell you about it. we are back on this saturday morning, january 28th, 2017. the crowd braving cold temperatures outside. let's look at headlines for you today. president trump is expected to talk to russian leader vladimir putin today.
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a day after signing executive order following up on the promise to temperatuorarily ban muslim immigrants. making history. williams sisters battling it out at the australian open with serena coming out on top. the tennis star has become the winningest grand slam champion in the open era today. and making amends in hawaii. mark zuckerberg dropping lawsuits there. he and his wife sent a letter saying they are seeking a better path forward. let's look at "the download." the week's biggest headlines from the president's first week in the white house to the kpo d kpoirkpoird executive orders and the loss of an icon, mary tyler moore. those are some of the stories that caught our attention this week. >> a busy and controversial first week for the trump
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administration making waves with a series of executive orders. on the pipeline projects. >> resurrecting the keystone and the dakota pipelines. >> we will build our own pipelines. pulling out of the tpp. >> great thing for the american worker. what we just did. >> and moving forward with a key campaign promise. >> build that wall. >> president trump now ready to break ground. >> immediate construction of a border wall. >> the mexican president responding scrapping a meeting with the white house and declaring. >> i said time and again, mexico will not pay for the wall. >> the president claiming he lost the popular vote because of voter fraud. members on both sides not impressed. >> that is a total nonsense statement. >> on the other hand, inn vefve are happy.
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dow hitting 20,000 for fthe firt time ever. tornadoes sweeping through the south. >> this large tornado near albany, georgia surprised people. >> and the nor'easter pounding the east coast. >> road barely passable. >> i was getting scared. >> millions of americans made miserable this week by a bug called the norovirus. >> vomiting and body aches. ♪ who can turn the world on with her smile ♪ america lost a television icon. a pioneer for working women everywhere. mary tyler moore. >> i would like to know why the last associate producer before me made $50 more a week than i
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do. >> oh, because he was a man. >> she informed the world that women were equal to men, but quite superior. ♪ city of stars >> lots of love for "la la land" when oscar nominations were reveal revealed. >> as long as you are in my house, you put a zero on it. >> and "fences" and coming of age story "moonlight" and "hidden figures." >> we are happy that the people are receiseeing it and people a responding. >> from "dubai with love" these firefighters came to the rescue in bond style. >> they are sick of being stuck in traffic. they turn to jet skis and jet packs. the bond of firefighters. and that creepy girl from the "rings" franchise, left the screen to scare unsuspecting
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victims. including one of our own. >> that's so funny. who is that? was that al's laugh? >> i don't know. it was a lot of laughter. >> you noefr know what you will do in that situation. it is funny. everybody runs away. they scream. >> i am always amazed they manage to keep their language clean on television when that happens. can we see the dubai firefighters again? this is flat out amazing what they are doing over there in dubai. he hops off the water ski and look at that contraption. that is genius to me. genius. truly. james bond style. >> would you do that? >> i would not. you know how i feel about water. >> no, i don't. >> i'm not a huge fan. not my thing. >> indra, you talk so we can talk about that. >> i would say this has to be really hard. holding a water hose is challenging.
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to get that up. >> that would be fun. >> i would do it in five seconds. i'll take your turn and mine. >> you like adventure. >> incredible. >> what are we looking at on the maps? >> sorry, fire department? what was that? drought conditions. ties in perfectly. we have storms over the last several weeks. we saw 20% in drought conditions three months ago. now 13% today. california, that is where we focus on with the huge improvement with the storms that come through. three months ago, 81%. look at that change. now down to 51%. keep in mind, february is typically the rainiest month in california. we need the storms to continue to hold those numbers. otherwise, finally getting a break. you don't want so much rain you don't dry out. you need a break here and they are looking at windy conditions. a hint of a santa ana wind event. you see gusts of 26 and 40 miles
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an hour a few m good morning. as you're waking up, nice, clear skies, but chilly temps right now for the south bay. 38 degrees at peninsula. tri-valley also seeing 30s at 35 degrees. out near the east bay seeing 40 degrees in san francisco, warmest at about 45. now, we will be warming up into those ummer 50s, maybe even 60s, for parts of the south bay, as you continue your saturday morning expect nice, clear skies and, of course, a warming and drying trend across the bay area. we are trying to figure out if we can get craig to go shark diving. >> no. >> that's a good idea. >> are yyou are in a cage. just ahead, the first family settles in the new home and they celebrate the first grand child. we will take you throughout
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jeff rossen is here to show us. jeff, good morning to you, sir. >> guys, good morning to you. happy saturday. these are the new photos here first published in "good house keeping." look at the mold in the toy. we all like to think there is no way to think it would happen at our house. think again. experts say there is mold in your home right now. don't fret. you can't see it, but we are revealing the hidden claplaces should check to keep your family safe. the photos are disgusting. hidden hold in a kid's teething toy. sophie the giraffe. first discovered which a mom thought the toy smelled funny and cut it open. and it is not the first time moms have discovered this kind of secret filth. take a look at the kid's sippy cup. from the outside, the cup looks clean. the child kept getting sick. they took the cup apart. and found all this buried under
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the drinking spout. okay. that grossness got us thinking. what hidden mold is lurking in your home or mine? today, i'm your guinea pig. this is my momenhome. i invited a certified inspector to come in. matt. >> under here, there is a plumbing leak which is causing moisture and mold growth. >> what else's? >> up here where you keep sponges. down in the little tray here. a lot of black growth growing. >> i never have seen that. this is what i'm cleaning the dishes and cups. >> exactly. one thing that people don't know is under the refrigerator. a drip pan. look at that. >> oh, my. that is hideous. >> this is mold and bacteria. >> i never knew this was here. how do you fix it? >> if you clean it once or twice a month, that is enough. >> this is the stuff that can make you sick if it is untreated. >> it could.
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>> another trouble spot, washing machines. breeding ground for mold. trapped in the door. look at these photos from homeowners across the country. i have it too. >> jeff, this is the washing machine. >> that black. that is black mold? >> that's mold. >> how dangerous? >> it is if it is airborne. >> what do do yyou do? >> you take it out and wipe it down and keep the door open. >> the most dangerous room in the house for mold? the bathroom. >> we are in my shower now. this is not weird at all. you notice stuff. >> i did. you and your wife have a lot of products. when you don't use them all the time. you don't notice the buildup. you can look at this. pop the bottom off. >> oh, god. is that mold? >> mold and bacteria. >> disgusting. >> this is the same thing. >> this has been in my shower for a month.
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i assume my wife was using it. i never saw this. i'm putting it in the garbage. >> you see the mold growth on the tag. mold loves paper. >> rip the sticker off? >> especially in the shower. here we are in the bathtub. this children's toy. you can see the edge of that. >> right there. what is that? >> that's mold. >> this is the pale i use to pour over my kids' heads. from every day items to your kids toys. now you know what to look for. >> the maker of sophie the giraffe says you carefully clean the surface with a damp cloth, but never emurse in water. these types of rubber toys are a commonplace for mold because we use them in baths. they get wet and water trapped
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inside. you replace the bath toys even if they look normal every couple of months. back to you. hope it helps. >> oh, my gosh. >> it makes me want to go home. we used to keep a bucket of toys by the bathtub. >> most parents of small children. >> and under the refrigerator and washing machine. when we go off the air, don't do it now. >> jeff has grossed us out this morning. up next, the smartest bag of chips you will ever find just in time for the super bowl. they could be a life saver some they could be a life saver some she's the reason the good times are great. and the reason the tough times are easier. because she's your best friend... and your true love. the ever us two-stone diamond collection. now available in earrings, bracelets rings and necklaces. one diamond for your best friend,
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nuedexta made a difference by reducing my pba episodes. ask about nuedexta and go to nuedexta.com ♪ back now on a saturday morning with an interesting concept. you may have seen these tostitos chip bags making rounds online. what are they? how do they work? indra is in the orange room. >> here it is. the limited edition tostitos party safe bag. it has a unique feature built in here. an alcohol sensor to tell if you have been drinking. you turn the bag on and wait for
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the blue circle. if alcohol is detected, an image of a red steering wheel shows up. if not, you will see a green ring. i'll blow into it here. green. not in trouble. all right. this might seem like a marketing gimmick. it is. the point is to combat drunk driving. car accident rate jumped 70% the first hour after the super bowl. that is why tostitos is partnering with mothers against drunk driving. there are only 1,000 to go around. you cannot get your hands on this, we have the next best thing. the regular bags have the upc codes on the back. if you enter the last five digits, put it in the uber app. the first 25 people get $10 off the ride on super bowl sunday. we have chips in the bag. >> a great idea.
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i wish they could put these by the door at the bar. if you had too much to drink. >> you cannot buy these. they are trying to raise awareness. >> put it in the front of your mind. >> thank you, indra. one of the hottest stars, jon hamm opening up about the coldest game around. ice hockey. but first this is "today" on nbc.
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still to come on "today," a look inside the west wing and the power players who are running the country. coming up, how the office seating chart can indicate how important you are in the white house. and plus, how to spend time with your family in the great outdoors. sheinelle is taking us to a magical place that is
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and 20% better comfort from one tiny, mighty pill... get move free ultra, and enjoy living well. good saturday morning. it is 5:56. giving you a live look outside. a chilly saturday morning. thanks so much for joining us. i'm kira klapper. vianey arana has a look at the micro forecast. warming up 20 degrees today, good news. >> a good day. they want to get the most out of it, because we are tracking sunshine and a warming trend and a drying trend finally in the bay area. these past couple days have definitely been something we've been looking forward to, but in the south bay, as kira said, 37 degrees. it's chilly out there. might have noticed early morning patchy frost on those
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windshields. peninsula, 44 degrees. tri-valley, 32 degrees. near san francisco, 45 degrees. east bay also at about 45 degrees and we are expecting to warm up into the upper 50s, lower 60s for parts of the bay area. definitely going to be warming up over the next several days. a high pressure system. give you a closer timeline of just how long this drying and warming trend is going to last. >> low 60s to the end of january. not bad. vianey, thanks. investigators are confident all three men involved in a bank robbery are behind bars this morning. this happened after a wild 30-hour manhunt which had residents in several south bay neighborhoods on edge. we have video from downtown san jose last night. you can see this stolen chevy malibu being towed away. law enforcement officers were looking for this car. the bank robbery suspect stole it while on the run from authorities. before that, our nbc chopper was over the dramatic scene y d
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yesterday evening and police chased this man through a construction site where he was trying to hide from them. he's one of the three men police found in a stolen police car yesterday afternoon. two men arrested immediately. the third jumped out running putting parts of san jose's japantown on lockdown. police had rifles in hand, searching cars and homes for that suspect. >> when we attempted to take him into custody he resisted. one officer deployed a taser in an effort to overcome the resistance. >> all three men are being questioned in relation to the bank robbery, which by the way, happened at a bank of america on thursday in scotts valley. danger from above for east bay drivers. cars along high 24 along 680 getting hit causing sun roofs and the windshields to shatter. suspecting someone is throwing things at the cars but don't know for sure. the chp wants to know who or want may be behind it and urging
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drivers to report incidents including where and when their car was hit. just shy of 5:59 coming up on "today in the bay," treated to a once in a lifetime experience from a "saturday night live" musical legend. stay tuned for that. that's at 7:00, plus all top stories and weather, of course, as we finish out january and get warmer, but rain is on the way. we hope you stay tuned for that. right now, though, we take you back to the "today" show.
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good morning. controversial ban. >> we don't want them here. >> president trump ordering a temporary ban on immigrants taking aim at muslim nations. this as he gets set for high stakes phone call with russia's president. will he drop sanctions against that country for meddling in the u.s. election? we will take you behind the scenes of the west wing. how proximity to the president means power. sister showdown. serena beating venus in the australian open making her the greatest tennis player of all time. will this champ ever slow duown? and winter wonderland. sheinelle jones taking us inside
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the majestic ice castles for the young and young at heart. how to get your family outside this winter. "today" saturday, january 28th, 2017. ♪ ♪ a little party never killed nobody we going to dance ♪ ♪ until we got >> celebrating my graduation on the "today" show. >> it's cold. i'm sick. i'm here. >> i'm celebrating my 13th birthday at the "today" show. >> we're back. our senior trip. >> my 40th birthday. >> all the way from west virginia! ♪ little party >> good morning. welcome back to "today" on this saturday morning. good krocrowd outside on the pl. we will join them in a bit. we will stay away from the man who said he is sick. >> we are happy he is here. we begin with a president and the executive orders he is likely to sign today. after ordering a controversial
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ban on immigrants entering the u.s. and a busy friday visiting the pentagon and holding the first meeting as president with a foreign leader. we have kacie hunt at the white house. >> reporter: sheinelle, good morning. backlash to the executive order that president trump signed yesterday that effect testiivel immigrants from certain countries. already reports this morning that several passengers holding passports from iran and yemen were not allowed on a flight because of the action. nbc news is still working to confirm the reports. trump calls this extreme vetting. his critics say it amounts to a ban on muslims. >> we don't want them here. we want to ensure that we are not admitting into our country the very threats our soldiers are fighting overseas.
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>> reporter: meanwhile datoday the white house, trump planning calls with leaders of france, germany and japan and a highly anticipated call with russian president vladimir putin. putin is accused of intelligence from the u.s. of meddling through the hacking campaign and the election. and obama brought sanctions against putin. some critics are whether donald trump will repeal the sanctions. senator john mccain saying if trump lifts the sanctions, he will try to write them into law. >> kacie, thank you. the white house is now the working office for a whole group of advisers who spent the past week settling in. nbc's peter alexander stepped in the walls of the west wing to see how president means power. >> reporter: in the west wing,
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they are donald trump's most trusted advisors. now in the front row at swearing-ins and signings. before sharing his ear, jared kushner and steve bannon and reince priebus and kellyanne conway. >> so this is it? >> this is my new office. >> reporter: conway invited nbc news into her west wing office. it has a history of karl rove and even hillary clinton. >> every white house, every west wing has mopower plays. kellyanne conway and steve bannon and jared kushner. will everybody work together? >> no clashes i can report. i know everybody wants an intriguing story.
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we are cohesive and we came out of the campaign the walking wounded and prevailed. we work for a president who is very welcoming and very open to different points of view and this is the way he run his businesses, i understand, for years, peter, take the council of folks and weigh the decision. >> reporter: as the trump team gets into place, turf wars are inevitable. >> it is high lie lily like lal play at the united states. even closets on the first floor. >> reporter: real estate is a premium. the oval office the center of power. then the personal secretaries and aides. then the newly corridor of influence. chief of staff reince priebus.
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top deputy serving as the president's gate keeper. guardian of the schedule. steve bannon. the former head of breitbart. ands office closest to the president, jared kushner. ivanka trump's husband. a force behind-the-scenes. >> it does provide significant opportunity to walk into the oval office without a lot of people seeing you walk in. that's a good thing for the president if you need that help. it is bad for the chief of staff if it is done without the chief of staff knowing about it. >> reporter: kellyanne conway's perch upstairs. in the white house, this seasoned adviser says the president doesn't come to you. you go to him. >> i never take the elevator. take the stairs. >> get the exercise? >> it takes 12 seconds. >> hard to keep up. >> reporter: for "today" peter alexander, nbc news, the white house. >> i learned something on this saturday morning. let's look at some of the
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other morning top headlines. the trump administration taking a strong stand against abortion. vice president mike pence joined thousands of activists at the 44th annual march for life. trump signed foreign aid banning groups supporting abortion. new jersey governor and former presidential candidate chris christie will not being be charged in the so-called bridge gate scandal. charges against christie cannot be proven beyond a doubt. the governor's office called it an injustice that is finally over. two christie allies have been convicted in the scheme. some parts of the country are seeing epidemic flu levels. the cdc says 25,000 cases in 30 states. that is up from this time last
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year. it is not too late to get a flu shot. serena williams is the greatest player in open history. they beat venus in straight sets this morning in the finals of the australia open. it is her 23rd grand slam victory. super bowl hype week i should say is about to begin with the patriots quarterback tom brady is answering the question everyone is asking. did his deflategate suspension motivate him to get to the big game? >> i'm motivated for my teammates. i said that after the game. i think they are all the motivation i need. >> brady was suspended for the first four games of the season over the scandal using under inflated footballs. something is happening out of this world in sweden. are these clouds or alien invasion? these appeared in the sky over
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swedish ski rerts. a lot of people posted pictures on social media. no abductions we know about. >> not yet. that is cool. time for a check of the weather with indra. >> craig and sheinelle, i have to introduce you to the laurie family. were you here in 2002. does new york look different? >> yes. >> how does it look? >> cold. >> speaking of that. we should get to weather. we are starting to see the chill. cold air making its way and thanks, canada. temperatures feel more like the 40s. this is what we are supposed to be this time of year. as we go through the overnight, we are dipping down again. in the 20s and 30s by tomorrow morning. we are looking at milder air over the next several days. most places by the time we get through tuesday, not so bad. you see temperatures jump up. we are still looking at lake-effect snow firing up. 1 to 2 feet of snow off ontario
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and erie. and in california, santa ana winds. in new york city, happy sweet 16. how is your birthday? >> great. >> sheinelle and craig, back to you. thank you. still to come, good morning. a clear night will make for a clear day across the bay area. waking up to 30s in some parts. 37 degrees right now in the south bay. 48 degrees in the peninsula. now near the tri-valley talking 32 degrees. now, these chilly temps will be warming up, but right now san francisco is at 45 degrees. the north bay, 33 degrees and the east bay, 43 degrees. expecting a lot of sunshine and temps in the upper 50s, lower 60s. all right. we are starting to feel the chill. now right back to you, craig. >> thank you, indra. >> still to come, gender
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us. >> i feel it is not a party until you do the party dance. >> thank you. now we can trend. >> parents, you want to listen up. a study just released looking at how young girls perceive themselv themselves. children at the age of 5, believe their gender are geniuses. boys think boys are smart and girls think girls are smart. fast forward one year. at the age of 6, reality changes for girls who suddenly believe boys are smarter. it is not clear the difference. researchers believe it is the influence of gender stereotypes. marketing can play a role. and it can impact the career ambitions. the question now what do parents do? >> what can we do? >> we all have girls. >> that's true. my thing is it is interesting at age 5, everything is fine.
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what happens at 5 and 6? are they more perceptive? >> they are enrolled in school. >> in kindergarten. around that age. maybe that's what it is. >> it is changing with a generation. >> i tell my 12-week-old all the time. you are perfect. i give her constant encouragement. >> i will say i had science teachers, you may want to change your major. >> you proved them wrong. when a baby crawls for the first time, amazing milestone. imagine that milestone happening at 1600 pennsylvania avenue. that is the case for ivanka trump's baby theodore. the first daughter is sharing special pictures of the big move to d.c. on spoeocial media. it is this video of the little boy crawling on the carpeting of the floors of the white house that stolen the spotlight.
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>> he's moving. >> look at him go. >> adorable. >> i wonder how many other first grandchildren learned to take their first steps in the white house. >> not too many. >> that was your first video? >> i took my first steps at the white house. >> the stories they will tell him when he is older. how do you top that? >> that's true. watch out kendall jenner and gigi hadid. a new model in town. this model is quadruple their age. 85-year-old carmen delaviche. she closed out the fashion week in paris. twitter went crazy. isn't she gorgeous? most top runway models retire in the late 20s, carmen is going strong proving that age really
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is nothing but a number. look. >> you said it at top of the broadcast. 40 is the new 30. 85 is the new? >> 18. >> 55. >> beautiful. >> throw more numbers around. time now for pop start. >> i want carmen's secret. we can move on to popstart. first up, broadway is coming to the super bowl. "hamilton" fans, you are in for a treat. the actresses who were anjelica and skyler will be performing at the super bowl pre-show. they will sing "america the beautiful." if you wonder how the ladies are taking the news. look at this picture. lin-man dlr lin-manuel miranda posted this. by the looks of the picture, i think they are just as excited as we are about the news. moving on to "la la land."
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the movie riding high after getting 14 oscar nominations. if you saw the film, it pays tribute to iconic movie musicals. now a creative video making the rounds online putting the tributes on display. the video edited shows side by side comparisons of "la la land" and counterparts like "west side story" and "sweet charity" and "singing in the rain." >> that is neat. ♪ >> that makes me want to see the movie again. and this week, leann rimes proves celebrities are just like us. they fell victim to the hair styles in the '80s and '90s.
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this is the throwback picture she posted. it inspired us. leann and anyone out there who suffered through a bad decade of hair, the weekend "today" is with you. do you know who is with you? >> is that you? >> that is me and my sisters. and indra. >>mullet? >> it's a mullet and a perm. >> mom, why? >> we have others. sheinelle and her bangs. >> here is the problem. i couldn't find anything on my phone. i used to pop them up on the side and pull around to the side. this is all i could find. >> do we have craig's? >> never one to be outdone. allow me to present this gem of
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a picture. craig melvin and his violin. >> we have a winner, ladies and gentlemen. >> winning! >> i love my mother. she made it really hard for a long time. really? >> there we go. >> we happen to have a violin. >> look at that. i don't think this is tuned. i'm not playing this. stop it. just stop it! pull yourself together. >> bobby brown look with the violin. >> my face hurts. i love it. >> you two win. >> my heart is pounding. >> that was a great popstart. >> looking good, craig. >> thanks. you can't say anything. all right? >> i wanted to deflect as much. >> super shades on picture day. super shades. >> it was something. >> it's good to have you. perhaps you won't be back. >> go ahead. this is your part. >> she is crying.
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ahead with the nhl all-star game one day away. willie geist catches up with one of the sport's biggest fans, jon hamm. sthifir ts is "today" on
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dw saturday morning to you. 6:126. a live look outside. beautiful sparkling lights of the bay bridge. lots of cars already out at 6:26 on a saturday morning as we look from emeryville towards san francisco. it is chilly out there. we hope you're warm at home. thanks for joining us. i'm kira klapper. vianey arana has a look at our microclimate forecast. >> notice, no clouds and no fog. why it's so chilly out there. 30s and 40s now across the bay area. >> wow. >> south bay now at 37 degrees. peninsula 48 degrees and now near the tri-valley, still trying to warm up into those mid-30s at only 32 degrees. now, the east bay, 43 degrees right now. san francisco, 45, and the north bay, 33. but we do have some hope in
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sight. we'll be climbing into those 50s. 12:00, 1:00, warming up to about 55 degrees and our expected high in san francisco today is finally warmer with a high of 56 degrees. san jose also expecting to warm up by mid-day. finally should see 50s as early as 11:00 a.m. with an expected high of 60 degrees. but i hope you enjoy the sunshine, because we are tracking more rain across the bay area. >> oh. we'll have to tune in at 7:00 for that. we will indeed. vianey, thanks. investigators this morning are confident all of the men involved in a bank robbery are behind bars this morning. this after a wild 30-hour manhunt which had residents in several south bay neighborhoods on edge. video from downtown san jose last night. you can see this stolen chevy malibu being towed away. law enforcement officials had been looking for this car. the bank robbery suspect had stolen it while on the run.
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our nbc chopper before that was over the dramatic scene yesterday's evening as police chased the man through a busy construction site where he was trying to hide from them. he is one of three men who police spotted in a stolen unmarked police car earlier yesterday. two men were arrested immediately at that scene, but that third guy jumped out, started returning away, putting parts of san jose's japantown on lockdown. police had rifles in hands and were searching cars and homes for that suspect. >> when we attempted to take him into custody he resisted. one officer deployed a taser in an effort to overcome the resistance. >> again, all three men are in custody now being questioned in relation to the bank robbery which happened on thursday at a bank of america in scotts valley. new building regulations are going into effect immediately across california. they're aimed at preventing a repeat of that deadly balcony collapse that happened in berkeley. the new starnts were voted on yesterday by the california
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building standards commission. they look to improve construction of all exterior balconies and walkways. back in 2015, 6 people were killed after a balcony collapsed at an apartment building in berkeley. it was determined that balcony was not properly constructed. coming up on "today in the bay," one lucky group of bay area students is treated to a once in a lifetime experience from a "saturday night live" musical legend. we'll have that, plus all of your top stories and weather coming up at 7:00. right now, we send you back to the "today" show.
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back now on a saturday morning. the 28th day of january, 2017. chilly on the plaza. the cold temperatures not stopping our loyal fans from saying hello. thank you for sticking around. good to see you. hey! hey! >> we have a lot to get to in the next half hour. including the conversation with emmy award winning actor jon hamm. he is one of the biggest hockey fans around. can he skate himself? that is coming up. you will take us to a winter wonderland. sheinelle will have us singing the theme song of "frozen." an ice princess yourself? >> and are you in the mood to
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spend time in the kitchen? we have a hearty dinner tissue wa dish you want to try. >> i'm looking forward to that. how about a final check of the weather? >> it is cold. let's take a look across the country and see what is going on. calm the last several weeks with storms. not so much today. however, across the lakes, once again we are firing up the lake-effect snow machine. 1 to 2 feet of snow off ontario and erie. if you go to the pacific northwest, poor air quality. stagnant out there. don't do the outdoor activities. santa ana winds in the west. we will see that go into the tennessee valley. it looks better in buffalo. no good morning. 41 degrees right now to start off your saturday over the next couple of hours your temp trend will be warming up into the 50s.
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by about 11:00 a.m. topping out at about 55, 56 degrees, between 1:00 and 2:00 in the afternoon. also expecting mostly clear skies. out here the san jose area, a chilly 37 degrees to start off this weekend. by 11:00, we should hit the 50s and should be topping out into the 60s for the south bay. i think we are laughing because it is cold outside. it is winter. we will toughen up. >> indra, thank you. let's talk about actor jon hamm. you know him best as don draper on "mad men." hamm honored a different group of mad men last night. all part of the celebrations leading to the nhl all-star game sunday. our willie geist spent time with hamm before the big event. >> reporter: jon hamm loves hockey as much as don draper loved a stiff drink at office.
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a fan since childhood in st. louis. he was surrounded by the greatest who played the game last night. >> there is a reason he is called the great one and gordie howe. their career outlasted everything. i'm a super lucky hockey fan that gets to hang out with idols. >> reporter: not much of a skater himself. the star marvels at the athletes of the nhl. >> what is it about hockey, jon? >> when you walk into the nhl arena and it is cold and the ice is so white and the blue lines are so blue and the center line is so red. the colors blow you away. the amazing things about hockey, we can walk and kick and catch and throw. we all can't skate. the ability to do that is so impressive when you try to do it. you realize, oh, these guys are
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doing something on a completely different level. >> i always thought hockey is hard enough if you are just wearing shoes. playing the way they play. oh, by the way, on blades on ice. >> 3 inches offi on a steel blade. >> popping up in the crowd at games like january's winter classic in st. louis, hamm has become something of an nhl ambassador. >> how cool is this atmosphere? >> it is always amazing. >> reporter: the hollywood hockey guy. >> it is nice to be identified with the nhl. for a league that is known for rough and tumble character. it is an incredibly honorable and respectful organization. >> willie with jon hamm. you can catch the all-star game this sunday right here on nbc. up next, a disappearing act. how water diverted to some big
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now to an environmental disaster sending children to the hospital creating breathing problems along the california coast. >> the state's largest lake is drying up and it is drying up fast. the weather channel's dave malkoff is at the sea situated between los angeles and san diego. he found toxins and heartache and the $2 billion plan to contain the dust. >> reporter: this is the riviera. the salt and sea.
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if you are having a hard time remembering where this is, you are not alone. this is the salten sea dtoday. a disappearing toxic land with parents and kids struggling to breathe. >> these are barnicle shells. >> reporter: that is the lake that once was is evaporating leaving the cess pool behind. water that used to come into bombay beach is now rerouted to big cities like san diego. this is all legal. as the water evaporates, unhealthy dust starts to blow around. sitting here on my couch, it is impossible to translate to your couch just how big the salten sea is. you need goiogle earth to see
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that. this is the number one largest lake in the state of california. lake tahoe is number two. >> we live in a dustbowl. >> reporter: the more water diverted from the salton sea, the more it starts to look like this. in his home and her's too. >> that's all i got. i stay home. >> reporter: andrew's son had a near fatal asthma attack. officials tell us the dust is doing this to many kids here. >> that was the last picture. >> reporter: the california department of health tells me in imperial county, children go to the hospital for asthma at a rate two to three teams hiimes than anywhere in the state. drew had to legal in a medical helicopter without his parents. >> by himself. we had no way to get him there. no money to pay somebody to take us. we don't have a vehicle. >> we test the areas for arsenic and cadmium.
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>> reporter: the state has a plan to stop the dust from blowing. one is to build a moat around the lake trapping the dust. >> we have $80 million of funding. >> 80 million. you need? >> what did i say? $2.5 billion. >> that's a long way to go. >> it is. >> this is the cheapest most affordable place to live. everywhere else is expensive. >> reporter: the cobb family is lucky. drew came home after going to the hospital on his birthday. >> we never got to eat his cake. >> reporter: state owe finiffice looking for the cash to keep the sea from turning to salty dust. for "today" dave malkoff. >> you can catch his episode on
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without the evil witch. >> brett created this ice world eight years ago when he was looking for ways to spend time with his family. >> i credit created this framework. i went to look for ice. >> he started with ice sports and igloos. >> people were going out of their way to drive past our house. >> it was quickly a family destination. >> here they are coming out and getting inside the ice which we will do later. you can crawl through and go down slides. it is interactive. >> of course, i had to give it a try. >> wow. we did it again and again. >> one, two, three!
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i'm stuck. >> pretty addicting, i must say. someh how does it work? >> mother nature does most of it. we have a farm and we grow 10,000 a night. we start on the ground and spray those. they grow and flower and the next day we put more on top of that. in a week, we could have 10 to 12 feet. >> if this ice world makes you think of a disney movie, you are not alone. >> what was your first impression? >> the movie "frozen." we only have boys, but this is fitting in the trip of the winter oasis away from sunny south florida. a nice icing on the cake. >> literally. >> pun intended. >> this doesn't exist anywhere else. they do it around the country, but you cannot see this anywhere else. it is gorgeous and fun for the kids. >> asi breath takes it is by da,
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they add lights and music and it's a hit at night. tonight, a little fire and ice. today, brent's kids have children of their own. a few now work for the company. brent says he is thrilled knowing something he created for the kids brings joy to people all over the world. >> i have to pinch myself. it is almost unreal. >> ice castles has several locations in utah and in canada. go soon. by the time summer rolls around, this winter wonderland transf m transforms back into a golf course. >> you look like you had fun. >> when was the last time you decided to slide down a ice skoup t sculpture? it was beautiful, craig. the noise stops. you don't have a cell phone ringing. you take it in. he is building them by hand. >> did you have any accidents? >> i will say, our photographer
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and producer, he likes to get into it. shots from around the world with the tripotripod. he gets at the bottom of the slide. i said this shot is not going to work. i'm going to bump into him. i wish you could see his face on the other end. it was better. >> he survived. >> it was fun. it was worth it. it was a reminder to go outside with your family. >> enjoy the outdoors. up next, we will get a dinner to remember without breaking the bank. we're very, very excited about this. that's right after this. first these messages. ♪ your body was made for better things than rheumatoid arthritis. before you and your rheumatologist move to another treatment, ask if xeljanz is right for you. xeljanz is a small pill for adults with moderate to severe ra for whom methotrexate did not work well. xeljanz can reduce joint pain and swelling in as little as two weeks, and help stop further joint damage.
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the number-one jewelry store for... yes! ♪ this morning in the "today's food." a delicious dinner for under $20. they are from alfresco. anthony, let's look at the chicken. >> a simple dish. italian version brought to america. has a play on words we can discuss in a minute. let's give you an idea of what we are doing. sweet sausage and hot sausage together. you have options. sweet sausage and hot sausage and turkey sausage and dewey sausa sausage. it is always rustic.
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we are doing chicken with potatoes and sausage and citrus and garlic. >> it smells amazing. >> we have there going. i'll hand this over to alaina. >> let's talk about the chicken. you need to wash the chicken and pat it dry. very important to pat it dry. one, you don't want it to splatter in the pan. by patting it dry, it keeps the meat moist and the skin nice and crispy. here i'm taking my chicken and started browning. >> in terms of seasoning the chicken? >> salt and pepper. i'm sorry. i need to dust it with flour. we forgot that. don't tell anyone. here i started browning. you see it gets that nice color from the flour. now i'll remove it and anthony. >> we will deglaze the pan. >> why?
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>> the flavor of all this comes from the deglazing. the flame has to be high. we add white wine to it. this is all it is. picking up all the great bits and pieces. >> it smells good. >> that's going to burn off. you know that biurns off in a couple minutes. we will add chicken stock and bring everything back in. >> now we start adding the chicken. sausage. herbs. here we roasted garlic. it gives it a nice sweet flavor. >> that's what i taste. >> instead of raw garlic and having that really garlic pungent taste, it has the sweetness. you add red pepper to that which makes it -- okay. sorry. >> we pre-cooked potatoes. yukon gold. we will add some lemon.
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>> right. >> and just to brighten up the dish, we have white wine vine r vinegar. we take this pot and put it in the oven. we let it cook for about 20 minutes at 350. you want it to brown. get it a little more brown. raise the heat at the end. >> ladies? >> everything is infused with flavor. >> the simplicity makes a difference. >> $20? >> yes. >> let's talk about that. it could be less. let's talk about making vegetarian. we can put in pepper s onions. >> and the flavors? >> it has all of the goodness. what is the story on that? >> it translates down into a little shoemaker. >> that's what it means? >> yes.
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in a french kitchen, they call your scarpiello because the chef did not know how to cook. this is slang. like a little shoemaker. >> great. >> it's all about it being quick and easy and simple. >> and very good. >> always good to have you. we learned something new this morning. a little etimology. if you like today's recipe, go to today.com/recipe. tomo good morning, i'm kira klapper..
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coming up nexton day in the bay. vo captured. thee good morning. i'm kira klapper. coming up next on "today in the bay," captured, three people in connection with bank robbery on the run more than a day. finally behind bars. and taking down a would-be robber at a local restaurant. and the wet weather drying up at least the next few days. vianey arana will let us know how long we can enjoy the sunshine.
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good saturday morning to you. it is 6:59 and here is a live look outside. gorgeous view of the lexington reservoir in los gatos on a chilly saturday morning. we appreciate your joining us. thanks so much. i'm kira klapper. vianey arana has a look at the microclimate forecast. it's chilly but will warm up about 20 degrees between now and later today. >> yes. clear skies, a lot of sunshine. >> gorgeous. >> that sunshine is going to be one for the books this weekend. we've been enjoying dries days here in the bay area.
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much anticipated after a long week of storms. right now the south bay, 36 degrees. yep. it's in the 30s which means you could see some of that patchy, early morning frost on windshields. peninsula's gorgeous shot there. 48 degrees. mostly clear skies in the tri-valley and in the 30s at 34 degrees. out near the east bay. 44 degrees. san francisco, 44 degrees. north bay, a cold 33 degrees. now, if you are planning to take advantage of today's sunshine, here's a quick check of what you can expect over the next couple hours. should be climbing from those 40s into the 50s by about 11:00 a.m. fast-forward through your lunch hour where you should be topping out into those upper 50s at about 56, 57 degrees. which is much warmer than we have seen this past week. not just for san francisco, also san jose as well. we are starting in the 30s. but we could be climbing into the 60s.

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