This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Rob Nelson) The investigation in East Cleveland of the murders featured; scenes from the community and photo of suspect Michael Madison shown; details given about the 2011 serial murders in Cleveland. [Two RESIDENTS, East Cleveland police Chief Ralph SPOTTS- comment on the crimes.]
(Arlington, Texas: Clayton Sandell) The investigation into the death of a woman, Rosie Esfarza, on a roller coaster in Texas at Six Flags Over Texas reviewed; scenes shown of the ride now shut down. [GIRL, witness Carmen BROWN - comment.] [Roller coaster safety expert Ken MARTIN- calls for true findings of what happened.]
(Studio: Ginger Zee) The flooding in the Southwest featured; scenes shown from a helicopter rescue, a flooded highway, the streets of Las Vegas and Phoenix, thunderstorms in the Midwest and Buffalo. [Tucson fire dept. Capt. Ryder HARTLEY- talks about the trapped children.] The temperatures for the coming week in the East with rain in the South and Southwest discussed; temperature and rainfall maps shown.
(Washington: Susan Saulny) The reasons for climbing gas prices reviewed; statistics on oil production cited; details given about pipeline shortages. [two MOTORISTS, AAA's Michael GREEN- cite gas prices.]
(Los Angeles: Linzie Janis) The California lawsuit brought against Toyota for deadly sudden car acceleration examined; details given about the case of Nuriko Uno, whose Camry accelerated killing her and the issue of a brake override system. [Former Public Citizen president Joan CLAYBROOK- says this is the first case gone to trial for Toyota.] A statement from Toyota quoted.
(London: Amy Robach) The ongoing wait in Britain for the birth of the royal baby featured; scenes shown from outside St. Mary's Hospital of journalists; details given about the traditional system for delivering the birth announcement. [ABC News royal historian Robert LACEY- says the announcement will not come until the queen knows.]
(London: Alex Marquardt) The victory in the British Open golf tournament for Phil Mickelson featured; scenes shown from the course. [MICKELSON- speaks about the round.]
(Studio: Aditi Roy) A study finding by Carnegie Mellon University that McDonald's customers eat more calories when knowing more calorie information examined. [Two McDonald's DINERS - react.] [Obesity researcher University of North Carolina professor Barry POPKIN- says people benefit from calorie information.]