This program is 29 minutes long
(Sanford, Florida: Mark Strassmann) The testimony in the trial of George Zimmerman for the murder of Trayvon Martin reviewed; scenes shown of Zimmerman’s mother, Gladys Zimmerman, and Martin’s mother, Sybrina Fulton, being questioned by defense attorney Mark O’Mara about who was screaming on the 911 tape. [FULTON, ZIMMERMAN – comment.] [O’MARA – comments on what the jury will say.] Whether George Zimmerman will testify discussed.
(Los Angeles: Ben Tracy) The decision of some unemployed workers to re-train for different work featured; statistics on new jobs cited. [Former real estate broker William BORDERS- talks about training to become a bus driver.] [Economist Gus FAUCHER- says people are encouraged about the labor market and they are looking for jobs.] Unemployment now and before the recession compared.
(Studio: Jeff Glor) The rise in average weekly earnings cited.
(Simi Valley, California: Bigad Shaban) The chaos in California when fireworks began shooting into the crowd reviewed; scenes shown of fireworks hitting spectators, injured people. [Witnesses Paulina MULKERN, Cameron WAPNER, neighbor Bobby ZAMORA- describe what happened.]
(Cairo: Clarissa Ward) Violent clashes between Morsi supporters and his opponents reviewed; scenes shown of Friday prayers, Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed el-Beltagy speaking, tanks & soldiers, injured people, the celebration in Tahrir Square. [2 MEN – comment on a man who was shot by the army.] The timeframe for new elections discussed.
(Studio: Jon LaPook) Efforts to control the spread of the antibiotic-resistant CRE superbug reviewed; statistics on cases in hospitals cited; map shown of states with mandatory reporting laws; details given about a new DNA test that finds CRE quickly. [Patient Barbara THOM- comments.] [NorthShore University Health System Dr. Lance PETERSON- says it’s difficult to treat and very dangerous.]
(Studio: Jeff Glor) New York’s requirement that all hospitals report CRE cases noted.
(Tacoma, Washington: Steve Hartman) 79-year-old Don Brittain’s performance of “Taps” every night in his Tacoma, Washington neighborhood featured; scenes shown of Brittain on his back porch with his trumpet. [Several NEIGHBORS – comment.] [BRITTAIN – notes he had polio as a kid and couldn’t serve so he wants to support our guys over there fighting.]