This program is 28 minutes long
(Orlando: Matt Gutman) The foiling of a campus shooting attack at the University of Central Florida by student James Seevakumaran examined; scenes shown from campus; details given about the weaponry and explosive devices found. [In interview, roommate Arabo BABAKHANI - talks about the roommate pulling a gun.] [College police Chief Richard BEARY- comments on a checklist he had; shows gun magazines found in the mailroom.] The lack of a motive noted.
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) What happened at the Hawthorne Army Depot in Nevada when a shell explosion killed seven Marines during night ground training reviewed; virtual view of mortars to be launched shown. [2nd Marine div. Brig. Gen. James LUKEMAN- comments on the investigation.] [Former deputy assistant Secretary of State retired Col. Stephen GANYARD- says there may be a problem with the bomb itself.]
(Fitchburg, Massachusetts: Ginger Zee) The ongoing winter storms updated; scenes shown of snow. [Two PEOPLE, Trudie's Treats Judy COMEAU, her GRANDSON - complain about snow.] Temperature forecast map shown.
(New Hampshire: Linzie Janis) The story of Karen Bartlett, whose health declined due to a generic pain drug leading to her winning a 20 million dollar judgment, but not receiving any money due to a Supreme Court ruling limiting the responsibility of generic drug manufacturers, examined; details given about lawsuits against the makers of Accutane and the next Supreme Court hearing on Karen's case.
(Studio: Bob Woodruff) A look back at the invasion of Iraq presented; scenes shown of the fighting and of veterans; casualty statistics cited. [Amputee veteran Melissa STOCKWELL - says she has no regrets.] [Today, ex-soldier Jeff LANDAY- recalls getting wounded traumatically.] The view of the war held by veterans noted.
(Rome: Diane Sawyer) The traditional lighting of the Vatican basilica featured; footage from the 1930s of workers risking their lives to light candles in lanterns shown.
(New York: Paula Faris) An Australian study of distractions for drivers from children in the vehicle examined; scenes shown of a test drive by the reporter with cameras and two kids in the car; statistics cited; details given about what parents can do for safety. [Virginia Tech risk expert research scientist Charlie KLAUER- shows distractions; offers advice.]
(Silver Spring, Maryland: David Kerley) The story of Silver Spring, Maryland, school crossing guard Adrian Dantley, who is a Hall of Fame NBA pro basketball player, presented. [DANTLEY - says he is a regular guy who likes working and being around the kids.]