This program is 29 minutes long
(Kansas: Ginger Zee) The direct hit of tornadoes on populated areas and all around bas weather reviewed and previewed; scenes shown from Wichita, Sanford, Rozelle, Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma City, flooded highway in North Dakota, rain in Georgia. [MAN - talks rain.] Weather map of areas with potentially severe weather shown.
(Zephyrhills, Florida: Steve Osunsami) The purchase of the winning Powerball ticket in Florida featured; scenes shown from the Zephyrhills Publix store. [Several PEOPLE - comment on the lottery.]
(New York: Gio Benitez) The aftermath of the Friday night Connecticut train collision following a derailment featured; phone scenes and virtual view shown; details given of the shutdown of the rail system used by commuters, [Witness who took pictures, Brian ALVAREZ- describes what happened.] [NTSB Earl WEENER- comments on the rail.]
(Studio: Linzie Janis) The tragic shooting of Hofstra University student Andrea Rebello, killed by police gunfire during an armed robbery by Dalton Smith at her off-campus home, reviewed; photos and video shown and police scanner audio played. [Nassau County police Det. Lt. John AZZATA- describes what happened.]
(White House: Reena Ninan) The question of who knew what about the IRS scandal involving the targeting of conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status reviewed; details given about when the Treasury Department and Republicans were made aware of the inspector general's probe. [White House advisor Dan PFEIFFER- denies White House orders to the IRS.] [Representative Darrell ISSA - says he knew about the open secret.] [Senator Ron PORTMAN- says a special counsel will be needed.]
(Washington: Susan Saulny) Some graduation Day speeches reviewed. [At Morehouse College, President OBAMA; at a Nashville high school, First Lady Michelle OBAMA; at George Washington University, actress Kerry WASHINGTON - speak.] [On radio, New York City Mayor Michael BLOOMBERG - advises becoming a plumber in lieu of college.]