This program is 28 minutes long
(Boston: Stephanie Gosk) The massive security at tomorrow's Boston Marathon, a year after the bombing, featured; scenes shown from the finish line and of security measures. [RUNNER - backs security.] [Police commissioner Bill EVANS - says security is a balancing act.] [Police K-9 unit Troy CAISEY, bomb tech Derek RUSSO - comment on checks and measures.]
(London: Duncan Golestani) Easter celebrations at the Vatican led by Pope Francis reviewed; scenes shown from the Vatican, Gaza, Syria, the USS Bonhomme Richard in South Korea, New York City, Washington, DC, the Hollywood Bowl.
(Donetsk: Jim Maceda) The tensions in eastern Ukraine as the truce was broken by a firefight between pro-Russian militants and the paramilitary attackers featured; scenes shown from the site, an empty monastery and an Easter service; details given about the questionable evidence about the fight..
(Jindo, South Korea: Bill Neely) The identification of the dead from the ferry and search operations inside the ship featured; scenes shown of anguished families, a police operation to control families wanting to confront officials. [Missing boy;s uncle Choi Young KYUNG- says people have given up.] [Lost son, WOMAN - comments.]
(New York: Ron Allen) The impact of the Mt. Everest avalanche on Sherpa guides' families featured; scenes shown from the mountain and prayers in Nepal. [In New York, two Sherpa RELATIVES - comment on loss.] ["The Mountain My Time on Everest" Ed VIESTURS- talk about the Sherpas.]
(Studio: Lester Holt) Tonight's "Dateline" about Columbine previewed.
(Boston: Ron Mott) The running store that became a triage site after last year's Boston Marathon bombing victims featured; scenes shown from the store then and now. [Store owner Dan SOLEAU- describes what happened last year.] [Marathon Sports employee AShley PILIPISZYN- says we are a family.] [Runner Spencer ASHTON- comments on the race.]