This program is 28 minutes long
(Nashville: Alex Perez) A dramatic flood rescue in Tennessee and the extent of rain in Tennessee, Kansas and Missouri featured; scenes shown of a baby being carried out by firefighters in the deep waters and a flooded creek in Nashville. [Flood victims/parents Jeremiah and Rebecca MARLIN- comment.]
(Twin Pines, California: Cecilia Vega) The exploding wildfire in the West featured; scenes shown from near Los Angeles of flames, burning houses and cars. [Homeowner Steve CHITTENDEN†- talks about the flames.] [FIREFIGHTER - comments.]
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) The latest development in the worldwide terrorism alert after a plot out of Yemen led by Al Qaeda's Nasir al-Wuhayshi and Ibrahim al-Asiri reviewed; details given about six drone strikes and concerns about the terrorist plot changing to soft targets overseas.
(Studio: Barbara Walters) The reopening of a mystery over a baby's kidnapping from 50 years ago examined; details given about the kidnapping from a Chicago hospital in 1964 in which it turns out the rediscovered baby was not the one stolen; scenes shown from the 1960s. [College employee Paul FRONCZACK- comments on the kidnapping; states he wants to find the real "Paul."] The "20/20" coverage of the kidnap story discussed.
(Washington: David Kerley) A safety check of small cars via crash tests examined; scenes shown of the new crash tests with the results for specific models cited. [Insurance Inst. for Highway Safety David ZUBY- says it is structural problems in the cars.]
(South Brunswick, New Jersey: Linsey Davis) Lottery winner Paul White profiled; scenes shown of him with the check for 149.4 million. [WHITE - reacts to winning.] Map of the states where other winners bought tickets shown.
(Studio: Paula Faris) How to save money by selling your old cell phones examined; scenes shown of people trading in electronic devices for money, including the Caruso family hunting for devices all over their house, and from the Gazelle warehouse in Kentucky. [Gazelle.com's Israel GANOT- says consumers can get more than they expect because there is a market for used phones.] The reporter's cracked iPad worth 117 dollars shown.
(Ft. Lauderdale: Dan Harris) How vacationers all over America are flying with a jet pack featured; scenes shown of famous and regular people, including the reporter, in flight at the beaches of Ft. Lauderdale. [Jetlev pilot Dean O'MALLEY- says you can fly like a superhero.]