This program is 29 minutes long
(New York: John Schrifin) The accident that killed the driver and coach Kristina Quigley reviewed; photos and video shown; details given of the issue of bus safety. [Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety Joan CLAYBROOK- says you need broad-based safety standards.]
(Los Angeles: Clayton Sandell) The early season wildfire in Colorado featured; scenes shown of the smoke and flames and of two fires in Colorado last year. [Larimer County emergency services Tony SIMONS- cites the lack of resources.] [FIREFIGHTER - comments.]
(Studio: David Muir) Tomorrow's guest on "This Week" mentioned.
(Washington: Reena Ninan) The reaction in Ohio to the change in position on gay marriage by Senator Rob Portman after his son, Will, announced he is gay examined. [On CNN, PORTMAN - says his son told us he is gay.] [University of Akron professor David COHEN- says the Republican conservatives will be upset.] [Ohio REPUBLICAN; on "This Week," Speaker of the House John BOEHNER - back marriage of a man and woman.]
(Steubenville, Ohio: Alex Perez) The rape trial in Steubenville, Ohio, for two high school football players, Trent Mays and Ma'lik Richmond, accused of attacking an underage girl, featured; details given of the testimony from the victim.
(New York: Brian Ross) Undercover videos of animal cruelty on factory farms examined; undercover scenes shown; details given of states making it a crime to record video on farms and the role of farm lobbyists in promoting the legislation. [Humane Society of the United States Wayne PACELLE - talks about a resulting meat recall.] [Iowa Governor Terry BRANSTAD- opposes "fraud."] [Dairy owner Luis BETTENCOURT- recounts death threats against his family after the video came out.]
(Studio: Gio Benitez) The reasons behind the huge ratings for the TV series "The Bible" on the History Channel examined. ["The Hollywood Reporter" editor Matthew BELLONI- characterizes the production.] [On "Nightline," co-producer Mark BURNETTE - talks about the millions.] ["Walking the Bible" author Bruce FEILER- cites the desire to reconnect to the story.]