This program is 28 minutes long
(Atlanta: Steve Osunsami) The damage from tornadoes in the Midwest and a storm system in the East featured; scenes shown of hail in Missouri and Iowa, a tornado in Missouri, a nor'easter in Cape Cod and a flood watch. [MAN, tornado survivor Larry BAILEY - comment.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer, Jeff Zeleny) The first statement from former Christie aide Bridget Anne Kelly, the central figure in the bridge closings, discussed; what her attorney Michael Critchley said about the report on the bridge quoted.
(Perth, Australia: David Wright) A new lead in the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 reviewed; scenes of debris in the ocean as seen by planes that will soon be picked up by a Chinese ship and of map of the new search area; details given about the reanalysis of flight data. [John YOUNG - talks about the search.] [Former NTSB aviation safety director Tom HAUETER- talks about the analysis.]
(Studio and Hawthorne, California: David Muir) An American private company, SpaceX, that wants to get into the space race featured; scenes shown from the factory in Hawthorne, California, where the space capsules bound for the International Space Station are worked on and from the ISS. [SpaceX's Gwen SHOTWELL- shows the first private company spacecraft.]
(East Meadow, New York: Deborah Roberts) The story of out of control Little League Baseball parents featured; scenes shown of parents battling at sports events; details given of a specific death threat against a coach. [Coach and wife John and Linda DeMASI- comment on the threats.] [Nassau County police Det. Lt. Raymond COTE- explains how we found the woman who made the threats.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Further coverage of the story on "20/20" noted.
(No location given: Nick Watt) A look at this week's people, pictures and quotes that captured our imagination: three-year-old Daniel; pro surfer Bethany Hamilton; clouded leopard cubs at the Denver zoo and a little girl singing the blues.
(No location given: John Donvan) Vietnam war veteran Jeremiah Denton, who was held captive for almost 8 years in the war after being shot down in 1965, who died today, profiled; scenes shown of Denton on TV during his captivity in which he blinked out "t-o-r-t-u-r-e". [DENTON - talks about the torture.] [On returning home, February, 1973, DENTON - says we are grateful for this day.]