This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Ginger Zee) The damages from tornado strikes and hail in the Northeast featured; scenes shown from New York state, a tornado in Denver. [WOMAN - comments.] Weather maps for the Memorial Day weekend shown.
(Sedona, Arizona: Ryan Owens) The fight against the fire in Arizona featured; scenes shown of flames and smoke, retardant-dropping aircraft. [FIREFIGHTER, fire incident commander Tony SCIACCA, evacuee Renee STONE- comment on the fire.]
(Studio: David Muir, Richard Besser) What to do with beef in your freezer discussed; ground beef recall by state map shown.
(Studio: Brian Ross) The FBI investigation into the deadly marathon bombing in Boston and whether more people were involved featured; details given about the sophistication level of the bombs used by the Tsarnaev brothers. [ IED Defeat Organization  - says the brothers would have needed training.] [Representative Mike McCAUL - says we could have stopped this.] An Al Qaeda-like quote from Dzhokhar Tsarnaev left in that bullet-ridden boat quoted.
(Bell Gardens, California: David Wright) The discovery in California of a woman who went missing 10 years ago featured; scenes of the captive with her family and of the mother's ex-boyfriend Isidro Garcia, now arrested. [Santa Ana police department Anthony BERTAGNA- cautions she was taken as a 15-year-old girl.] Three other recent abduction cases recalled; photos shown. [National Center for Missing and Exploited Children Robert  - talks about the control of captives and how to help rescue them.]
(New York: Ryan Smith) The apology from Dallas Mavericks team owner Mark Cuban for his comments about race and prejudice in the wake of the infamous rant from Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling that resulted in his ban by the NBA examined. [For "Ink" magazine, CUBAN - talks about avoiding some kinds of people in the street; says we all have "those thoughts."] [ESPN's Stephen A. SMITH - backs Cuban.]
(Miami: Matt Gutman) The scare at a Florida pool with electric current shocking some kids last month featured; scenes shown from the pool. [Kid Diego CABRERA- describes what happened.] [After another earlier fatal pool incident, Calder's mother Carla SLOAN- comments.] [Miami-Dade aquatic safety coordinator Jim O'CONNOR - offers advice on pool electricity.] Statistics on pool electrocutions cited.
(London: Hamish Macdonald) The survival of a mountain climber in trouble in the Himalayas reviewed; video and virtual view of his fall and escape shown. [Climber John ALL- says he was getting hypothermic.]