This program is 29 minutes long
(Decatur, Texas: Anna Werner) The investigation into whether ex-convict Evan Ebel, who was killed in a car chase and shootout with Texas police, is a suspect in the murder of Colorado prison system director Tom Clements examined; scenes shown of Ebel’s wrecked car; photo shown of the deputy who was wounded by Ebel; details given about suspicion of Ebel in the shooting of a pizza delivery driver and his links to the 2-11 Crew, a white supremacist prison gang. [Wise County Sheriff David WALKER- says the vehicle will lead us to where he’s been.] [Colorado Bureau of Investigation Steve JOHNSON- comments on precautions for state officials.]
(Washington: Jan Crawford) A proposed North Dakota law that would outlaw abortion examined; details given about the “personhood” resolution that gives fertilized eggs the same legal rights as a person and the rejection of similar laws in Mississippi and Colorado. [State senator Oley LARSEN- says we want to determine when the life cycle starts.] [Guttmacher Institute Elizabeth NASH- says they do it instead of saying we’re going to ban abortion.] [Ob/gyn Dr. Stephanie DAHL- says it will limit access for families who want in vitro fertilization.] [In vitro parent, Kerry PETSINGER- comments.]
(Chicago: Dean Reynolds) The fight in Chicago over the plan for a mass shutdown of public schools due to financial problems featured; scenes shown of protests. [Mahalia Jackson Public School teacher Suzie McNEIL- worries about student safety.] [Chicago Board of Education vice president Jesse RUIZ- notes they are spending too much money for too few students.] [Teachers Union president Karen LEWIS- says Mayor Rahm Emanuel should be ashamed.]
(Damascus: Barry Petersen) The tension in Syria after the assassination of Sheikh Mohammad Said Ramada al-Buti, a supporter of President Bashir al-Assad who died in yesterday’s suicide bombing at a mosque in Damascus, featured; scenes shown of memorials for Buti, the military presence; details given about his remarks blaming the US for the civil war. The blow to the Assad regime discussed.
(Zhengzhou, China: Wyatt Andrews) The backlash in China against government corruption examined; scenes shown of a protest and a fight with an “enforcer” in Zhengzhou after Communist Party boss Fan Jianhui took money from the state-owned bus station, demonstrators on their knees in Heibi Province; details given about damage to the Communist Party from officials who take office and enrich themselves.
(Laguna Beach, California: Teresa Garcia) The mystery of young sea lions starving to death in California examined; scenes shown of rescues. [Marine Animal Rescue Peter WALLERSTEIN- comments on his rescue efforts.] [Pacific Marine Mammal Center Keith MATASSA- says they look like walking skeletons.] [National Marine Fisheries Service Sarah WILKIN- says we’re looking at whether the prey they should be eating isn't available.]
(El Paso, Texas: Steve Hartman) The act of sportsmanship by Franklin High School basketball player Jonathon Montanez, who passed the ball to Mitchell Marcus, the manager with a developmental disability from the opposing team, Coronado High School, who was put in at the end of the game, featured; scenes shown from the game. [Coronado coach Peter MORALES- says he was prepared to lose the game for Mitchell’s moment in time.] [MARCUS – says he was very happy to suit up.] [MONTANEZ – says Mitchell deserved his chance.] [Mom Amy MARCUS– reacts.]
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) The scholarship offer from Texas Tech University for Montanez noted.