This program is 28 minutes long
(Glendora, California: David Wright) The coming flooding and mudslides in southern California and the frozen Midwest featured; scenes shown of crashes, preparations in Glendora for mudslides using concrete barriers and of Lake Superior in Minnesota. [Residents Chad ECKSLEY, Trish EMORY- worry.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.
(California: Ginger Zee) The coming rainstorms in California that will then come East previewed; weather maps shown.
(Washington: Jim Avila) The first safety questions about concussions in the sport of soccer from headers examined; photo shown of soccer player Patrick Granger, whose brain is diagnosed with CTE. [Mother Michele GRANGE- talks about her son and headers.] [Sports Legacy Inst. director Chris NOWINSKI- talks about head injuries.]
(White House: Jonathan Karl) A speech from President Obama about his personal troubles when his father left presented; details given about the mentoring program My Brothers' Keeper being launched. [In Chicago, OBAMA - says he was angry and made bad choices after his father left; states you have to ignore the naysayers.] [Chicago youth mentoring program member Christian CHAMPAGNE- comments. ]
(Newark, New Jersey: Gio Benitez) A police raid on an international ring of luxury car hijackers featured; scenes shown of cars being stolen from drivers and of stolen cars bound for West Africa. [New Jersey acting attorney general John HOFFMAN- says they will get what they deserve.] [New Jersey state police Col. Rick FUENTES- talks about how the cars are so tough to steal these days.]
(Washington: David Kerley) The FDA announcement that food labels need to change to emphasize nutrition facts like calories examined; food examples cited.
(Indianapolis: Rebecca Jarvis) Lessons for buying or selling a home presented; scenes shown of America's most unsellable house with hints and tips outlined on screen. [Realtor Brian SANDERS - describes the house.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Next week's Real Money segment previewed.
(New York: Josh Elliott) The Gary Sinise Foundation formed to honor America's wounded veterans featured; clips from "Forrest Gump" and video of the wounded warriors' trip to Hollywood. ["Gump" actor SINISE, Veteran Brian ANDERSON, actor Tom HANKS - comment.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Tonight's Oscar countdown special noted.