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Modesto, California / Cruising #127594

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 25, 1990
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(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Report introduced.

(No location given: Greg Dobbs) America's rite of "cruising" the town in automobiles featured; scenes shown from Modesto, California, which sees itself as the cruising capital since the film "American Graffiti", which was set there. [MAN - talks about cruising.] Town's problems now with crowds of cruisers detailed. [Modesto police chief Gerald McKINSEY - says Modesto has changed.] [Restaurant owner Del BRAWLEY - says congestion has hurt his business.] [Neighborhood resident Teri McCLUSKEY - complains.] [Mayor Carol WHITESIDE - says we have to break up cruising.] [Three CRUISERS, Faros car club's Doug STARK - defend cruising.]

Dobbs, Greg;
Sawyer, Forrest

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