This program is 29 minutes long
(North Charleston, South Carolina: Steve Osunsami) The use of deadly force by a South Carolina police officer, Michael Slager%, who shot fleeing suspect Walter Scott after a traffic stop featured; video of the actual shooting shown. [Victim's mother Judy SCOTT@- speaks out.] [North Charleston Mayor R. Keith SUMMEY@- says the officer will be charged with murder.] [Police Chief Eddie DRIGGERS@- reacts to the shooting.]
(Indianapolis: Alex Perez) The crash of a small plane flying out Indianapolis after the NCAA basketball game featured; photos shown of those who died in the crash. [Bloomington Normal Airport Authority Carl OLSON@- comments.] Plane wreckage shown.
(Studio: Brian Ross) The Russian hacking into the White House computers for several months last year examined; details given about who uses these computers. [Deputy national security adviser Ben RHODES@- talks about the computer system security.]
(White House: Jim AVila) The mid-day power blackout in Washington, DC, reviewed; various scenes & photos, including Oprah Winfrey, who was making a speech, shown [Tourist Charles DESTEPHNO@- reacts.] [White House press secretary Josh EARNEST@- says the president did not notice.]
(Studio: David Muir, Ginger Zee) The weather forecast with storms discussed; weather maps shown.
(Boston: Tom Llamas) The jury deliberations in the trial of Boston of marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev% updated.
(Louisville: Jonathan Karl) The announcement from Senator Rand Paul he will run for the presidency in 2016 featured; details given about his anti-hawk & conservative positions. [PAUL - speaks against the Washington machine.]
(New York: Linsey Davis) How police departments are forced to pay ransom to release critical computer files examined; details given about examples of this cyber crime. [Tewksbury police Chief Timothy SHEEHAN@- says we paid the ransom.] [Proofpoint advanced security vice president Kevin EPSTEIN@, hacking victim Julian RAMOS@- comment on paying.]
(Along the Utah-Arizona border: Dan Harris) The standoff over child custody in a community dominated by the FLDS, a Mormon religious sect headed by the imprisoned prophet Warren Jeffs, featured; scenes shown of the mother, Sabrina Tetzner%, swarmed by a crowd. [In interview, former Colorado City-Hildale town marshal Helaman BARLOW@- says it is a theocracy.]
(Celoron, New York: David Wright) The fuss over a statue of comedian Lucille Ball in her hometown examined; film clips & scary statue in Celoron, New York, shown. [WOMAN, Mayor Scott SCHRECENGOST@- comment.]