This program is 28 minutes long
(Monterey, Tennessee: Linzie Janis) The extreme weather reviewed; scenes shown from the icy highways, rain on I-40 in Tennessee & downed trees.
(Studio: Cecilia Vega; New York: Rob Marciano) The snowstorm & cold in the East & in Denver discussed; weather maps shown.
(New York: Mara Schiavocampo) NASCAR's suspension of driver Kurt Busch for domestic violence against then-girlfriend Patricia Driscoll examined; details given about policies in other sports like the NFL violence cases. [NASCAR vice president Steve O'DONNELL@, NASCAR spokesman David HIGDON@- announce the Busch suspension.] [On "Good Morning America," DRISCOLL - cries about being hurt.] [ABC's Christine BRENNAN@- calls this a sea change.]
(Beirut: Alex Marquardt) The international manhunt for three girls who may be leaving London to join ISIS in Syria via Turkey featured; family statements directed to Shamima Begum@ & Kadiza Sultana@ quoted. [British Prime Minister David CAMERON - calls it a death cult.] [Bethnal Green Academy Abdul SAMID@- talks about the girls.]
(Las Vegas: Kendis Gibson) The investigation into the road rage incident in Las vegas that ended up with the death of Tammy Meyers & the arrest of a suspect, Eric Nowsch%, updated; photos & sites of the shootings shown. [Nowsch neighbor Keith JUSTICE@- comments on Eric.] [Husband Robert MEYERS - comments.]
(Los Angeles: ADiti Roy) New cases of superbug CRE infections in North Carolina after the outbreak at UCLA spread by endoscopes examined; scenes shown to illustrate how hospitals are combatting the infection problems. [LFM Healthcare Solutions Lawrence MUSCARELLA@- outlines what is needed to combat the bacteria.]
(New York: Marci Gonzalez) The drama of American sniper Chris Kyle's life that played out in the movies as well at the trial of his murderer Eddie Routh in Texas reviewed; details given about tonight's Oscars for which "American Sniper" in nominated. [Jury consultant Jo-Ellen DIMITRIUS@- says the jury will do its duty based on evidence & testimony.]
(New York: Ron Claiborne) The police use of social media to snare criminal suspects featured; videos implicating bragging criminals shown. [Former FBI agent Brad GARRETT@- calls social media a bonanza for the justice system.] [Elgin, Illinois, police dept. Sgt. Jim BISCEGLIE@- comments.]