This program is 29 minutes long
(Johnstown, Colorado: Megan Fitzgerald) The snowfall in Colorado and the storm system moving east reviewed; scenes shown of a chain reaction accident on the interstate near Johnstown. [Two DRIVERS, The Weather Channel's Chris WARREN- react to the snow.]
(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.
(STudio: Todd Santos) The snowstorm, severe storms in the South and the forecast featured; many weather maps shown.
(New York: Michelle Franzen) The light show Friday night from a meteor over the East coast featured; scenes shown of the fireball and the recent meteor explosion in Russia; details given about social media postings. [Photographer Bill McKIM, American Meteor Society Mike HANKEY, Franklin Inst. chief astronomer Derrick PITTS- comment on the meteors.]
(Amman: Andrea Mitchell) Secretary of State John Kerry's work on Middle East diplomacy reviewed; scenes shown of him with Jordan's King Abdullah, Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the site of a suicide bombing in Damascus and a photo op for Syrian President Bashir al-Assad; details given about the urgent crisis of the war in Syria, where chemical weapons are a real threat. [OBAMA - speaks about Syria.] [NBC Middle East analyst Dennis ROSS- predicts the US will provide lethal assistance and perhaps military activity.] The U.N. investigation into whether chemical weapons were used in Syria last week noted.
(Colorado Springs: Kristen Dahlgren) The evidence in Colorado and Texas linking the late Evan Ebel to criminal activities in both states following the shooting of Colorado prison system director Tom Clements examined; scenes shown of the wrecked car after the police chase in Texas in which Ebel died; details given about the evidence in the two murders and about Colorado prison gangs. [El Paso County sheriff's office Sgt. Joe ROYBAL- talks about the investigation.] [University of Denver Sturm College of Law professor Karen STEINHAUSER- talks about the linking evidence.] [Southern Poverty Law Center Mark POTOK- talks about the prison gangs ordering hits.]
(Portland, Oregon: Diana Alvear) The need for food banks on college campuses featured; scenes shown from the Portland State food pantry. [Students Brandon KEYS, Leaf ZUK, volunteer Amber COUNSEL; University of Arkansas student Ashley COURTNEY - praise the food pantry.]
(Nairobi, Kenya: Chelsea Clinton) The Kibera School for Girls in Nairobi, Kenya, featured; scenes shown from the classroom and the slums. [Two STUDENTS, school founders Kennedy and Jess ODEDE- talk about the school.] [At Wesleyan University, Kennedy IDEDE- gives the address.]