This program is 29 minutes long
(Jerusalem: Bill Neely) The deadly terrorist attack by 2 Palestinians on a synagogue in Jerusalem reviewed; scenes of the building, celebrating Palestinians, and clashes between Palestinians & the police shown; details given about the dead, including Rabbi Avraham Goldberg, Rabbi Moshe Twersky, Rabbi Kalman Levine, and Aryeh Kupinsky. [MAN - describes what happened.] [Yeshiva University Rabbi Marc PENNER- says this will send shockwaves through the Jewish world.] [President OBAMA – condemns the murderers.] The death of an injured policeman noted.
(Hamburg, New York: Mike Bettes) The relentless snowstorm reviewed; scenes shown of blizzard conditions, waves, snow in Buffalo, New York & Michigan & Wisconsin, stranded vehicles, the frozen Milwaukee River; photo shown of the Niagara University women’s basketball team, who were stuck on the thruway for 9 hours; details given about the cancellation of racing at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky; maps shown; temperatures & snowfall totals cited. [Buffalo MAN, voice of Niagara University director of basketball operations Rene'e POLKA– comment.] [Erie County executive Mark POLONCARZ- says the National Guard will be deployed.]
(Washington: Peter Alexander) The government’s call for Takata and 5 major automakers to expand their recall of defective air bags featured.
(Ferguson, Missouri: Ron Allen) The tension in Ferguson, Missouri prior to the grand jury decision on whether to indict police officer Darren Wilson for the shooting death of Michael Brown updated; scenes shown of protests in the street; details given about Governor Jay Nixon’s creation of a Ferguson Commission of citizens charged with finding solutions to problems that have fueled the demonstrations. [NIXON – says he is preparing for peace.] [WOMAN – comments.] [Ferguson political activist Patricia BYNES- criticizes Nixon’s heavy-handed approach.] [Southern Poverty Law Center Mark POTOK- comments on extremist groups hoping for violence.]
(The roof of the Capitol: Kelly O’Donnell) The restoration project at the Capitol dome reviewed; scenes shown of the scaffolding. [Capitol Dome restoration project manager Joe ABRIATIS- notes 14 layers of paint will be removed.]
(Orlando: Tom Costello) Rising airline fares despite lower fuel costs examined; example fares cited. [3 PASSENGERS – react.] [Farecompare.com Rick SEANEY- says if they put the prices too high people just won’t buy tickets.] [Airlines for America Jean MEDINA- asserts the airlines are reinvesting in their product.]
(New York: Rehema Ellis) The story of Josephine Smith, whose firefighter father died on 9/11 at the World Trade Center, presented; scenes shown from her graduation from the New York City Fire Academy. [SMITH – talks about her father.] [New York City Mayor Bill DE BLASIO- says Josephine devoted herself to service.] [Josephine’s mother Angelina CLAY- says she’s made herself proud.]