This program is 29 minutes long
(New Orleans: Matt Gutman) The arrest of millionaire Robert Durst after evidence in the HBO documentary "The Jinx" that indicated Durst said "killed them all" featured; details given about 30 years of questions about his role in three murders going back to 1982; scenes shown from the documentary & from his hotel in New Orleans. [On "Good Morning America," director Andrew JARECKI@- says we contacted police about the admission.] [Durst attorney Dick DeGUERIN@- comments on the "misleading" admission.]
(Studio: David Muir, Dan Abrams) The question of whether the admission can be allowed into evidence & what Durst will says about his words & the handwriting evidence discussed.
(Boston: Tom Llamas) The 8-minute gun battle between Tamerlan & Dzhokhar Tsarnaev% & the police described in court that resulted in Tamerlan being shot & then run over by his brother reviewed; photos with police audio played & a look at the residential neighborhood where all the shooting took place shown.
(New Richmond, Ohio: Rob Marciano) The flooding emergencies in the Midwest & windy weather in the West reviewed; scenes shown from the Ohio River & from Portland. [Banker manager Tammy SWITZHELM?- shows wrapping money in plastic bags.] [Missing Louisville man's DAUGHTER - comments.] Temperature map shown.
(Ferguson: Steve Osunsami) The court appearance in Missouri of Jeffrey Williams on charges of shooting two police officers in Ferguson after a street protest & a petition to remove the mayor featured; scenes shown from the streets. [St. Louis prosecuting attorney Robert McCULLOCH@- says it is a felony shooting regardless.] [Recall petitioner Bob HUDGINS@- says we need to change things.] [Mayor James KNOWLES - responds.]
(Studio: Mara Schiavocampo) The controversy over the plea from an Atlanta pastor, Creflo Dollar, for a 65-million- dollar luxury jet for his world ministry examined; details given about other pastors' fund-raising. [In 2008, DOLLAR - says he need a plane.]
(New York: Ryan Smith) The annual "March Madness" of college basketball featured; statistics cited. [538.com Nate SILVER - explains how to fill out the bracket.]