This program is 29 minutes long
(Naples, Florida: Sam Champion) The hurricane warnings for New Orleans and the Gulf coast featured; weather and storm route maps shown.
(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.
(Key West: Matt Gutman) The rain in south Florida from Isaac featured; scenes shown from Key West of wind, rain, the empty airport, flooded streets, flooding in Haiti. [Governor Rick SCOTT- worries about flooding.] [Louisiana Governor Bobby JINDAL- offers advice for residents.]
(Studio: David Muir) The shuffle of the Republican National Convention schedule in Tampa due to the storm noted.
(Studio: David Muir; Tampa: Jonathan Karl) The weather at the convention that led to the cancellation of the first day of four and Ann Romney's speech to humanize husband Mitt discussed.
(Studio: David Muir; Washington: Rick Klein) Obama's effort to link Mitt Romney to Akin and his out-of-the-mainstream comments and Romney's response to seem as from the mainstream discussed. [ROMNEY - criticizes Akin's words.]
(Studio: David Muir) ABC News convention coverage and Diane Sawyer's interview with Romney's sons outlined on screen.
(New York: Ron Claiborne) The investigation into the shooting by Jeffrey Johnson outside the Empire State Building in New York City examined; photos and surveillance video of Johnson being shot by police shown; details given about what was found in his apartment and the wounding of bystanders by the police gunfire. [Witness Onner CAMACHO- comments.] [Wounded bystander Robert ASIKA- describes what happened to him.] [Law enforcement and security expert Steve KARDIAN- defends police procedure.] The tough standards for winning a case for being shot by police while a bystander discussed.
(Studio: John Schriffen) The story of overweight Ida Davidson, who was turned away by a doctor for being too heavy, featured. [DAVIDSON - says the doctor turned her away.] [Primary care physician Dr. Helen CARTER- says the UMass obesity center can better handle heavy patients.] [Medical ethicist Dr. Arthur CAPLAN- suggests doctors and nurses go the extra mile.]
(Naples, Florida: Sam Champion) The track of Tropical Storm Isaac as it moves towards New Orleans reported; maps shown.
(Studio: David Muir) The alert on the Gulf coast noted.