This program is 29 minutes long
(Wallops Island, Virginia: Tom Costello) The catastrophic rocket failure reviewed; scenes of the enormous explosion and photos by Ken Kremer shown. [KREMER – reacts.] [Orbital Sciences Corp. Frank CULBERTSON- says we had a lot riding on this rocket.] [On the Space Station, NASA astronaut Barry “Butch” WILMORE- says we have plenty of food.] [Former NASA astronaut Steve ROBINSON- comments on the Antares rockets.]
(Studio: Kate Snow) Nurse Kaci Hickox’s battle with Maine officials over mandatory quarantine featured; scenes shown from outside her house; anti-Hickox Facebook comments quoted; details given about the quarantine rules for the military. [HICKOX – says she won’t be bullied by politicians.] [Maine Department of Health & Human Services Mary MAYHEW- says she does not understand why this is not a reasonable request.] [Hickox’s attorney Norman SIEGEL- defends Kaci.] [President OBAMA – says medical personnel who volunteer deserve to be treated like heroes.]
(Washington: Kelly O'Donnell) New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s reaction to heckler Jim Keady during a speech reviewed; scenes shown of Keady with a sign. [CHRISTIE - speaks out against Keady.] [KEADY – wonders why families aren’t getting the money.] [NBC News analyst Howard FINEMAN- says Christie’s character seems to be slightly out of control when confronted.]
(Over Hawaii: Hallie Jackson) The lava flow from the Kilauea volcano toward Pahoa in Hawaii updated; aerial scenes shown.
(Washington: Ron Allen) The tension in Ferguson, Missouri as an indictment is considered for officer Darren Wilson for the shooting death of teenager Michael Brown featured; details given about police chief Tom Jackson’s denial that he is being forced to resign. [Attorney General Eric HOLDER – condemns the leaking of information on the investigation.] [St. Louis 21st Ward alderman Antonio FRENCH- says the leaks reinforce peoples’ beliefs that the system doesn’t work for them.]
(Brooklyn, Ohio: Rehema Ellis) Confusion over Common Core Standards featured; math problem examples cited; scenes shown of a protest. [Several KIDS, teacher Sue BRODEK – comment.] [Parent Stacey JACOBSON-FRANCIS- says an easy problem turned into an hour-long problem.] [Principal Carol BURRIS- says the Common Core is not working.] [Fourth Grade teacher Chris HOVAN- says it’s going to be a positive thing.]
(Kansas City, Missouri: Ron Mott) Tonight's World Series Game 7 between the Kansas City Royals and the San Francisco Giants previewed; details given about the long post-season drought for the Royals. [FANS, former Royals player George BRETT – comment.]