This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Jim Axelrod) Report introduced.
(Granbury, Texas: Anna Werner) The devastation in Granbury, Texas, from a Friday tornado reviewed; scenes shown of the wreckage of the Parsons. [Survivors Bobbi and Eddie PARSONS - describe what happened inside the house.]
(Washington: Sharyl Attkisson) The White House explanation of the IRS scandal involving the targeting of conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status reviewed; scenes shown from the Congressional hearings on Friday. [White House advisor Dan PFEIFFER - says the White House was not aware until just weeks ago.] [Republican Senator John CORNYN - raises questions.]
(Zephyrhills, Florida: Ashley Porter) The sale of a winning Powerball Lottery ticket at a supermarket in Zephyrhills, Florida, featured; statistics on the money involved cited.
(Bridgeport, Connecticut: Don Dahler) The Friday night train collision in Connecticut reviewed; scenes shown of the damaged trains; details given of the needed repairs of the track and the impact of delays on commuters. [Metropolitan Transportation Authority spokesman Adam LISBERG - says track was destroyed: a lengthy repair process.]
(Uniondale, New York: Terrll Brown) The tragic shooting of Hofstra University graduate Andrea Rebello, killed by police gunfire during an armed robbery by Dalton Smith at her off-campus home, reviewed; scenes shown from outside the house [Hofstra president Stuart RABINOWITZ- speaks about Andrea.] [Witness Victoria DeHEL, Nassau County police Det. Lt. John AZZATA- describe what happened.]
(Jackson, Mississippi: Randall Pinkston) The role of civil rights figure Medgar Evers, who died 50 years ago in Jackson, Mississippi, in desegregating news in Mississippi featured; photos and film from the past shown, including the reporter in 1971 on Mississippi TV. [Wife Myrlie EVARS- comments on Medgar's determination to help the nation accept us as citizens.] How on May 20, 1963, Evers was allowed to give an historic WLBT TV speech reviewed; viewer calls played.
(Studio: Jim Axelrod) Pinkston's leaving CBS News after 33 years noted.
(Chicago: Dean Reynolds) The story of the solution money problems for the Chicago family of Rick, Bonnie and Savannah Cerezo, whose house went into foreclosure after their daughter's illness, presented; scenes shown of their lottery tickets in a cookie jar, one of which was worth 4,850,000 dollars. [The CEREZOS - talks about their money, their late daughter and their "win."]