This program is 29 minutes long
(Galveston: Tom Llamas) The plane quarantined in Las Vegas, airport, screening procedures & how late Ebola patient Thomas Duncan was treated in the Dallas hospital featured; scenes shown from on the plane, a hazmat team in the Dominican Republic. [CDC director Dr. Thomas FRIEDEN@- says Ebola is like AIDS.] [UTMB Galveston national lab Thomas KSIAZEK@- talks about the scale of the disease.]
(St. Louis: Steve Osunsami) The flaring of tensions in Missouri following the police shooting of Vonderrit Myers% after he fired at an off-duty officer featured; scenes shown of the protests. [WOMAN - calls it cold-blooded murder.] [Mother Syrette MYERS@- says it was overkill.] [St. Louis police Chief Sam DOTON@- says he had a gun.]
(Studio: Rob Marciano) The tropical system bound for Japan featured; scenes shown from space of super typhoon Vongfong@ & a weather map. [USAF S/Sgt. Estrella MARTINEZ@- offers advice.] The latest track of subtropical storms & the forecast for US weather discussed; weather maps shown.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The issue of educating girls like Malala noted; scenes & diagrams shown. [In interview, MALALA - recounts her feeling after being shot in the head.] Diane's projects discussed.
(Studio: David Muir) The other Peace Prize recipient noted; scenes shown of Kailash Satyarthi%, who fought against child labor in India.
(Studio: Paula Faris) The backlash to what the Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella@, said about women in business at a women's tech conference examined; statistics on women's earnings cited. [NADELLA - says the system will give you raises via good karma.] [Conference attendee Christina WALLACE@- responds.] Nadella's apology quoted.
(Studio: Ryan Smith) The growing concern over head injuries in high school football with one Michigan high school voting to end the season due to player injuries examined; scenes shown from the field. [Caro schools Supt. Mike JOSLYN@- comments on the decision.] Photos of three high school players who died recently shown. [Lenox Hill Hospital Dr. Robert GLATTER@- cites the danger of football hits.]
(Miami: Matt Gutman) Incidents in which police have been caught speeding without penalty while other drivers are ticketed examined; scenes shown from a Washington state highway of police cars going fast. [Construction manager Bill GILLIAM@- questions police speed.] [Washington state patrol Bob CALKINS@- says they should obey the laws.]