This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: David Kerley) The breaking news on the shooting at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin in an act of domestic terrorism featured; details given about the gunman; scenes and photos shown from outside the Oak Creek temple near Milwaukee; casualty figures cited. [Two MEN, temple president's sister-in-law Parminder KALEKA, Greenfield police Chief Brad WENTLANDT- describe what happened in the shooting.]
(Studio: David Muir) Recent interview held with the temple president's son Amardeep Kaleka about the shooing. [Voice of KALEKA - says his father was president of the temple preparing for the service; recounts being informed of the shooting at home, what his mother said to him and the lack of accurate accounts of what happened.]
(Studio: David Muir; Oak Creek: Michelle Gallardo) The early reports indicating the possibility of multiple shooters discussed.
(Glencoe, Oklahoma; Mike Boettcher) The wildfires in hot, dry Oklahoma featured; scenes shown of the flames, clouds, burned homes. [Creek County commissioner Newt STEPHENS, residents Tyler PARDO, MAN, Marion BLANKENSHIP - describe what happened in the fire.]
(Studio: David Muir, Ginger Zee) The weather pattern in Oklahoma, the drought report linking it to climate change and the path of Tropical Storm Ernesto reviewed; weather maps shown.
(Studio: David Muir; Washington: Rick Klein) How the Republicans are taking the bait in responding to Reid's unsubstantiated claims about Romney discussed.
(London: Jeffrey Kofman) The 100-meter sprint win for Jamaican Usain Bolt and the 400-meter race win for American Sanya Richards Ross and the doubles tennis win for Venus and Serena Williams at the Olympic Games with Andy Murray winning the men's singles over Roger Federer reported; photos and video of the crowds shown. [Swimmer Michael PHELPS - says 20 years of swimming is a long time.] [Two BRITONS - react to winning.]
(Pasadena: Clayton Sandell) The mission with the preparations for the seven-minute landing of the rover Curiosity on Mars previewed; NASA animation shown. [Mars science lab Adam STELZNER- comments on the landing.] [Mars science lab Ann DEVEREAUX- talks about the curiosity about another planet.] [Mars Exploration Program director Doug McCUISTON- talks about if the mission fails.]