This program is 29 minutes long
(New York: Michelle Franzen) The protests about laws and race after the Martin verdict reviewed; scenes shown of the vigils coast to coast, including Miami and New York; details given about Stand Your Ground laws. [On Friday, President OBAMA - says Trayvon Martin could have been me; notes any violence dishonors Trayvon.] [Mother Sybrina FULTON, father Tracy MARTIN - speak out.] [PROTESTER - speaks about race.]
(New York; Mike Seidel) The heat wave in the Northeast reviewed; scenes shown from New York City's Central Park, Chicago's rain, downed trees in Detroit, a collapsed wall in Ohio, rain and lightning in Las Vegas, the beaches. [New York WOMAN, Detroit MAN - comment.] Weather maps shown.
(Palm Springs, California : Miguel Almaguer) The wildfires in California featured; scenes shown from near Palm Springs of flames, smoke, firefighters, water-dropping aircraft, evacuated residents. [Palms Springs fire dept. Jeff CARLSON- comments on hairy conditions.] [Idylwyld evacuee Diane O'NEILL- shows her dogs.]
(No location given: Sarah Dollof ) The death of a woman on a roller coaster in Texas at Six Flags Over Texas reviewed; scenes shown of the ride now shut down. [Witness Nadine KELLEY- describes what happened.] Witness Carmen Brown quoted about the woman's concerns. A 1999 accident at Six Flags recalled.
(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) The long career of reporter Helen Thomas, who died, reviewed; Video and photos of her with presidents starting with JFK on. [THOMAS - talks about Kennedy, her legacy of asking good questions.] [Presidents Richard NIXON, Ronald REAGAN, George BUSH - address Helen.]
(Aurora, Colorado: Rehema Ellis) The first anniversary of the shooting at the movie theater in Aurora, Colorado, featured; scenes shown of the remembrances for the 12 people killed. [Teen Jasmine CHRISTMAN, Jansen YOUNG- cries; comments on memorializing.] [Wounded Joshua NOLAN, Eugene HAN- comment on being shot.] The tough gun control measures passed here noted.
(New York: Mara Schiavacampo) A visit to Morehouse College and its Project Identity that focuses on leadership and academics and the issue of being a black man in America featured; scenes shown from Campus. [Morehouse Student Brandon THORPE, high school student A.J. THOMPSON, mother Verlinda THOMSON- react to the Trayvon Martin verdict and being aware as a black man.] [On Friday, President OBAMA - says African American men are followed in department stores.]
(No location given: Jill Rappaport) Dog-loving photographer Laurie Kizzaro, who helps make older dogs in shelters more appealing, profiled; scenes shown of dogs and her photos of senior dogs. [KIZZARO - talks about dog photos to capture their personalities.] [South L.A. Animal Center Matthew SPEASE- talks about Laurie's photos.]