This program is 28 minutes long
(San Marcos, California: Cecilia Vega) The week of wildfires in California featured; scenes shown of smoke and flame at Camp Pendleton, big flames, the start of the Carlsbad fire near a golf course. [Cal Fire Capt. Fernando HERRERA- shows the dry branches.] Fire statistics cited. The fire on the horizon at the military base and the cooler weather discussed.
(Yola, Nigeria: Hamish Macdonald) The pleas from the families of the Nigerian girls who were kidnapped last month by Boko Haram featured; scenes shown of angry family members in the northeast; details given about the ideological group's aim of keeping kids from getting an education. [MAN - says we are scared.]
(New York: Ryan Smith) The defiance by Los Angeles Clippers pro basketball team owner Donald Sterling, who refuses to pay a multi-million dollar fine for racist comments, featured; Sterling's lawyer quoted. [Clippers coach Doc RIVERS- comments.] [Earlier this week, in CNN interview, STERLING - says he respects the owners' decision.] [ESPN analyst Chris BROUSSARD- says it could be a long battle.]
(Studio: David Muir) The milestone day for ABC's Barbara Walters, who retires after 50 years in television, reviewed; scenes shown from her news career as co-anchor with Harry Reasoner and today from the set of "The View" with dozens of surprise female guests. [Former Secretary of State Hillary CLINTON, Oprah WINFREY - offer advice.] [WALTERS - says "these are my legacy."]
(Washington: Jim Avila) The near-miss for two passenger jets over Hawaii reviewed; virtual view of the collision course and a flight simulator shown. [Internet blog writer passenger Kevin TOWNSEND - describes what happened.] The FAA-NTSB investigation of the incident noted.
(Nick Watt) A weekly look at people, pictures and quotes that captured our imagination: Molly Kate Kestner's song; a baby on a swing; Kenyan elephants rescuing a calf in the surging river.