This program is 29 minutes long
(Woodward, Oklahoma: Don Champion) The tornadoes & rain in Texas & Oklahoma featured; scenes shown of hail in Texas, windy weather in Oklahoma, rain in Shawnee, tornadoes. [Tornado VICTIM - comments.]
(Studio: Jim Axelrod) Report introduced.
(Wilmington, North Carolina: Mikaya Sherman) The likely impact of Tropical Storm Ana along the East coast feature; weather maps shown.
(Beverly Hills: Carter Evans) The crackdown in California on drought dodgers avoiding water restrictions examined; scenes shown from Beverly Hills. [Homeowner Andrea SPATZ%, Beverly Hills Mayor Julian GOLD - comment on water restrictions & water wasting.]
(London: Charlie D'Agata) Victory Day in Russia marking tee end of World War II that was boycotted by the war allies due to Ukraine featured; scenes shown from Moscow of a military parade & from Paris & Britain; details given of Russian President Vladimir Putin's criticism of the US.
(New York: Jericka Duncan) The new management style at Zappos call Halocracy" under CEO Tony Hsieh with some employees leaving via buyouts examined. [WonderWorks' Anna McGRATH - explains the distribution of leadership.]
(Boulder, Colorado: Mark Strassman) The program at the University of Colorado to deal with racial bias examined; scenes shown from campus. [Student Judewon KEBEDE%- talks about the messages.] [Asst. vice chancellor Bronson HILLIARD%- says people need to confront the ugliness.] [University employee Brian SHIMAMOTO%- questions the program.]
(Orlando: Eric Sandoval) The new approach at SeaWorld after the impact of the death of trainer Dawn Brancheau by a killer whale & the film "Blackfish" examined; details given about the bad press that depressed ticket sales; scenes shown from SeaWorld. [Crisis manager Lori BOOKER?- says SeaWorld's image was hurt.] [SeaWorld veterinarian Dr, Chris DOLD%- reacts to the film.] [Communications executive Jill KERMES%- says the staff are animal advocates.]
(St. Louis Park, Minnesota: Dean Reynolds) Band Rock Camp for Dads that encourages would-be musicians featured; scenes shown from camp that prepares them for a real musical gig. [Banker Hugh HEDLIN?, camp founder Mitch McMILLEN%, businesswomen Jean JARVIS, Lori ETCHEN?- comments on the music.]