This program is 28 minutes long
(West Virginia: Susan Saulny) The state of emergency over poisoned water examined; scenes shown of people in line for water because of a chemical leak into the water supply in West Virginia; details given of coming FEMA help. [West Virginia Governor Earl Ray TOMBLIN- says don't use the water!.] [Three PEOPLE - comment.]
(Studio: Rebecca Jarvis) New information from Target about the extent of the breach of consumer information after the holiday hacking incident examined; statistics cited. [Identity Theft 911 CEO Deena COFFMAN, victim "HAILEY" - talk about the identity theft problem.] How consumer should check their credit reports, strange mail etc. discussed.
(New York: Jim Avila) The new documents about New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and the four-day traffic gridlock in Ft. Lee that was engineered by Christie's office for political retaliation examined; newspaper headlines and night time TV comedians shown. [Last night, CHRISTIE - says "apology," "responsible" and "sad."] The class action lawsuit from the traffic tie-up noted. [Plaintiff Joy GALICKI- says Christie punished us.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The coverage of the Christie story on "This Week" noted.
(Los Angeles: Aditi Roy) The controversy over a police chase and shootout in a San Diego neighborhood examined; scenes shown of the chase with police officer calls played and guns firing. [NEIGHBOR, retired cop Tim WILLIAMS - worry about the shooting in public.]
(Los Angeles: David Wright) What happened on the crashing plane reviewed; exclusive ABC video shown. [PASSENGER, Ferdinand PUENTES- describe what happened.]
(Los Angeles: Gio Benitez) How Los Angeles police are using new tools to patrol teenage parties that are getting wilder due to social media featured; photos of a damaged home in Boston and a police patrol in Los Angeles shown. [Boston homeowner Jill ABBOTT - says they urinated in every drawer in the house!] [L.A. Lt. Rod ARNOLD - comments on computer tracking of the parties.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Coverage of the story on "20/20" noted.
(No location given: Nick Watt) A look at the week's people, pictures and quotes that captured our imagination: a video selfie of a Norwegian ski jumper; kids singing a song from "Frozen"; an Italian sportscaster going crazy; pandas in Taiwan and the National Zoo and a baby riding a robot vacuum cleaner.
(New York: Amy Robach) TV actress Mindy Kaling, the center of controversy over the "Elle" magazine cover photo of her, profiled; photo shown. [KALING - talks about the magazine photo, her parents, her singing voice, her physician mother.]