This program is 29 minutes long
(Baltimore: Jim Avila) The police report indicating an injury to Gray's head in the police van examined; scenes shown of the arrest; details given about the van's trail with Gray in the back. [Police commander Anthony BATTS@- comments briefly.] [Gray family attorney William MURPHY@- expresses suspicions.] [Rode in van, Donta ALLEN@- says it was a smooth ride.]
(Studio: David Muir) The arrest & officer's injuries during the protests noted.
(Baltimore: Steve Osunsami) The injuries to Baltimore police reviewed; statistics cited; scenes shown from the streets. [Police Capt. Eric KOWALCZYK@, police chief of staff Ganesha MARTIN@- cite injuries to officers.]
(Katmandu: Eric Marquardt) The role of the American rescue team in Nepal featured; scenes shown of the actual earthquake & the searching in a collapsed building with the boy pulled out after 5 days. [USAID rescue team Chris SCHAFF@- calls it a miracle.]
(Miami: Matt Gutman) The third eruption of the Calbuco volcano in Chile featured; scenes shown of the eruptions, including aerial views. [Chilean Geological Survey Dr. Hugo MORENO RUA@- calls the eruption a surprise.]
(Los Angeles: Kendis Gibson) A shark attack in Hawaii & concern in California about sharks reviewed; details given about the death of snorkeler Margaret Cruz in Hawaii & of earlier shark dangers; scenes shown from the California shore.
(Studio: New York: Linsey Davis) The controvesy over top draft pick Jameis Winston from Florida State examined; details given about Winston's rape & grocery theft cases. [ESPN analyst Todd McSHAY@- comments.] [WINSTON - reacts.]
(Studio: Amy Robach) The public fight between TV star Sofia Vergara & her ex-fiance, Nick Loeb, over frozen embryos examined; Loeb quoted about seeking custody of the eggs. [VERGARA - explains why she froze eggs.]
(Dallas: Ryan Owens) The story of Colorado driver Cori Romero@ who was shot on the highway presented; 911 call played. [ROMERO - comments on what happened.]
(Aurora, Colorado, Clayton Sandell) The story of 5-year-old Aydhun Byars of Aurora, Colorado, who made a 911 call that saved his diabetic mother's life, featured; call played. [BYARS - comments.]