This program is 28 minutes long
(LaGuardia Airport, New York: Linzie Janis) The impact of another snowstorm featured; scenes shown from New York City, whiteout roads in Illinois, Oklahoma, Arkansas, the MetLife football stadium the day after the Super Bowl; details given about salt shortages and flight cancellations. [NYC Mayor Bill de BLASIO - talks about snow removal.] [Three MEN - comment on the weather.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.
(New York: Bill Evans) The weather forecast with one storm after another presented; weather maps shown.
(Studio: Rebecca Jarvis) The reasons for the bumpy ride on the stock market examined; 401k statistics cited; photo shown of new Fed chairman Janet Yellen. [In December, Bill and Kathy WALTERS - comment on their money.]
(New York: Ryan Smith) The tragic end for Hoffman examined; photos and film clips shown.
(Chicago: Alex Perez) The manhunt for escaped Michigan prisoner Michael Elliott featured; scenes shown; 911 call from his hostage played. [MAN - comments.] [Michigan dept. of corrections director Dan HEYNS- comments on the escape.]
(East Rutherford, New Jersey: Gio Benitez) Yesterday's Super Bowl football game between the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos reviewed; scenes shown of the opening play. [Broncos player Peyton MANNING- blames the noise for the opening mishap.] [Seahawks players Heath BARWELL, Derrick COLEMAN, Mike MORGAN- comment.]
(Washington: David Kerley) A new automotive vehicle-to-vehicle technology that could cut accidents by 80 percent examined; details given about how the technology works. [Secretary of Transportation Anthony FOXX, NHTSA acting administrator David FRIEDMAN- cite the significance of smart vehicles.] Sample car crashes shown.
(New York: Nick Watt) The best Super Bowel commercials featured; scenes shown of the dog and the Clydesdale horse in the beer advertisement, the Coke ad using "America the Beautiful" in different languages. ["Adweek" editorial director James COOPER- says the ads' appeal is people are insecure....] [iSpot.tv Sean MULLER- explains how ads comments are tracked.]