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Focus (Teens in the Mall) #621129

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 31, 1998
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Stamford, Connecticut: Betty Rollin) An outreach program to get teenagers, who are hanging out in the mall to do something constructive, examined; scenes shown from the mall in Stamford, Connecticut, where the teenagers who once loitered now have things to do. [Stamford mall manager Al MESSER - comments on the problem of kids loitering.] [Outreach worker Ron MILLER, Lorie MILLER - talk to the kids.] [High school student Byron SARSOZA - talks about getting a job.]

Reporter(s):
Rollin, Betty;
Williams, Brian
Duration:
00:03:00

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