This program is 24 minutes long
(Miami Beach: Omar Villafranca) The rain headed for Florida from storms amid the concern about the Zika virus mosquitoes reported.
(Studio: Elaine Quijano) Report introduced.
(Miami: Craig Setzer) The two tropical depressions off Florida reviewed; weather maps shown.
(Washington: Kris Van Cleave) The start of the investigation into the accident on a Southwest plane with a damaged engine examined; scenes shown of the engine. [Passengers Barry & Faith GREEN, Tammy RICHARDS - describe what happened on the plane.] [Former FAA office of investigation Steve WALLACE - says this kind of engine failure is rare.]
(London; Jonathan Vigliotti) The arrest in Scotland of two United pilots for drinking before a flight examined; scenes shown from the Glasgow airport; details given about a previous such incident.
(Washington: Errol Barnett) The campaigning by Donald Trump in Iowa on his immigration policies while trying to attract minority voters while Hillary Clinton's campaign had to deal with questions about the Clinton Foundation & donors featured; details given about his response to the Chicago murder of Dwyane Wade's cousin. [TRUMP - promises to remove criminal illegal aliens.] [Trump campaign manager Kellyanne CONWAY, running mate Mike PENCE - say he will be fair.]
(Los Angeles: Mireya Villarreal) The controversy over the refusal of pro football player ColiN Kaepernick to stand during the national anthem at a preseason game examined; scenes shown of fans burning his jersey, athletes speaking out; Kaepernick quoted. [Fan Steve CAVALLO, 49ers coach Chip KELLY, player Victor CRUZ - comment on the issue.] Players Arian Foster & Matt Hasselbeck quoted.
(Missoula, Montana: Carter Evans) An experimental approach to dealing with large wildfires featured; scenes shown from the US Forest Service fire lab in Montana; details given about "managed" fires, budget & liability issues. [Lab's Mark FINNEY - says we don't know how wildfires spread; explains the fire paradox in which fires get worse.]
(New York: Tony Dukoupil) The coming retirement of CBS News Charles Osgood, who succeeded Charles Kuralt, featured; scenes shown from "Sunday Morning' & photos of Osgood, who started in radio. [OSGOOD - confirms the rumors; sings "So long it's been good to know you."]