This program is 29 minutes long
(Tehama County, California: Cecilia Vega) The California fire featured; scenes shown of huge flames. [CAL fire battalion chief Nick SCHULER- talks about the inferno.] [Evacuee Eddie HAMMERLY- comments on her pets.]
(Greenville, Mississippi: Steve Osunami) The traffic jam on the Mississippi River because of the drought featured; scenes shown from the low river.
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) The alert in Tampa on the eve of the Republican National Convention featured; scenes shown of police training to deal with protesters; details given about the specifics on the concerns in and around the convention site. [Tampa Chief Jane CASTOR- says they will come bent on destruction.]
(White House: Jake Tapper) The attempts by Democrats to link the Republican ticket of Mitt Romney and Representative Paul Ryan to Representative Todd Akin, who refuses to drop out of the Missouri Senate race after his comments on rape and abortion, examined; Akin political TV ad shown; details given about the Republican platform position on abortion. [In Columbus, President OBAMA - campaigns.] [On Sunday, AKIN - talks about a "legitimate rape."] The positions of Obama, Ryan and Romney on abortion noted.
(Studio: Brian Ross) The government shutdown of asupplier for the In-N-Out burger chain after an animal rights groups showed conditions at a meat supply plant examined; video excerpt from the Central Valley Meat plant shown; details given about the company's contracts. [Compassion Over Killing Erica MEIER- talks about the treatment of the cows.] [Cornell University Dr. Belinda THOMPSON - says non-ambulatory cows may have disease.]
(New York: Amy Robach) O'Donnell's blogging about her heart attack reviewed; Tweets quoted; PSA on women and heart attacks shown. [NYU Joan H. Tisch Center for Women's Health Dr. Nieca GOLDBERG- talks about women and heart disease: a big problem.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer, Richard Besser) How O'Donnell recognized the heart attack symptoms, what she did wrong, how women are embarrassed to go to the hospital and how you have to listen to your body discussed.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Further coverage of the story on "Nightline" noted.