This program is 28 minutes long
(New York: Sam Champion) The impact of the heat on the nation's power grid examined; heat-related scenes shown from major cities; details given about reducing electricity usage and heat stress on zoo and farm animals. [Con Edison vice president John MIKSAD- expresses concern about power.] Weather maps shown.
(Mountain Center, California: Linzie Janis) The hard job for firefighters battling western wildfires in the dry heat examined; scenes shown of the flames, firefighters on the frontlines in 45 pounds of gear and needing a lot of water. [Idyllwild fire protection district Capt, James REYES- talks about the heat.]
(Washington: Jim Avila) The filing for bankruptcy by the city of Detroit examined; TV ads from the Motor City shown; statistics on this empty city cited. [Michigan Governor - says Detroit's broke.] [Demographer Kurt METZGER- says we could become greener.]
(Jordan: Martha Raddatz) The huge refugee camp for people on the run from Syrian President Bashir al-Assad's regime visited; scenes shown of Secretary of State John Kerry and the tent city. [KERRY - calls it a humanitarian crisis.]
(Boston; Ron Claiborne) The mysterious death of a witness in the trial in Boston of mobster James "Whitey" Bulger featured; scenes from the Boston suburb where the body of Stephen Rakes was found and courtroom sketches from the trial shown.
(Seattle: Neal Karlinsky) New information on the death of "Glee" actor Cory Monteith from an overdose examined; Cory's video and TV clips shown. [On "The Tonight Show,' actress Jane LYNCH - praises Monteith as a giver.] [Phoenix House Dr. Mitchell ROSENTHAL- says you are not safe after rehab: you are vulnerable.]
(Philadelphia; Paula Faris) How to save money on electricity presented; scenes shown from the Barnard family home in Philadelphia on the hottest day of the year; details given about myenergy.com that shows neighborhood energy consumption, the thermostat, cold water washes, the hot water heater, unplugging devices. [Expert Ben BIXBY - offers advice.] Tomorrow's Real Money segment previewed.
(San Francisco: Cecilia Vega) The nice Old Skool Cafe in the mean streets of San Francisco that hires kids from the neighborhood featured; scenes shown from the restaurant. [Cafe founder Teresa GOINES, oft-arrested staffer "JEREMIAH," former hustler turned cook Daniel BERMUDEZ - talk about the cafe's opportunities .]