This program is 29 minutes long
(Nashville, Tennessee: Kerry Sanders) The impact of the flash floods reviewed; scenes shown of a building that was moved by the floodwaters, flooding in Nashville, Missouri, Georgia & Kansas, rescues; details given about the deaths of 2 people. [Nashville fire Chief George HICKEY, 2 WOMEN, MAN - comment.]
(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.
(Hollister, Missouri: Mike Seidel) The weather forecast presented; scenes shown of mobile homes that were picked up by the floodwaters of Turkey Creek in Hollister, Missouri; map shown.
(Banning, California: Miguel Almaguer) The fight against the Silver Fire in southern California featured; scenes shown of the dry brush, burning buildings, evacuating traffic. [Cal fire battalion chief Julie HUTCHINSON, homeowner Dave CLARK - comment.]
(San Diego: Joe Fryer) The search in the West for kidnap victim Hannah Anderson, her brother Ethan and murder suspect James DiMaggio, who murdered their mother, featured; scenes shown of a vigil near San Diego; Amber Alert map shown. [Father Brett ANDERSON- tells Hannah to run.] [MAN – comments on the new wireless alert system.]
(South Brunswick, New Jersey: Katy Tur) The announcement that Minnesotan Paul White is one of 3 winners of the Powerball Lottery featured; details given about what his cash can buy. [WHITE, New Jersey MAN – comment.]
(Washington: Tom Costello) The concerns of privacy advocates about black boxes in cars featured; details given about the use of black box information in the investigation of the crash involving former New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine. [In 2007, CORZINE – apologizes for not wearing a seat belt.] [Collision Safety Institute Rusty HAIGHT- says accessing data from cars involved in a crash should be part of every accident investigation.] [Electronic Privacy Information Center Khaliah BARNES- notes insurance companies & law enforcement can access the information without your consent.]
(Washington: Pete Williams) The FBI’s reopening of a mystery over a baby's kidnapping from 1964 examined; details given about how baby Paul Fronczak was stolen from a Chicago hospital and the child who was raised to believe he was the missing baby.
(Chicago: Kevin Tibbles) The Heart Heroes program that provides superhero capes for kids with heart problems, updated; scenes shown of young heart patient Cyrus Brixey; e-mail quoted. [Cyrus’s PARENTS – comment.] [Heart Heroes co-founders Kitty BURTON, Sondra DUBAS- comment on the interest in the program since NBC’s first story last month.]