This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Anna Werner) A report from lawyer Ted Wells concluding that Miami Dolphins football player Jonathan Martin and other personnel were bullied by teammates Richie Incognito, John Jerry & Mike Pouncey featured; NFL workplace conduct report and Martin’s text to his mother quoted. [Last November, INCOGNITO – says he didn’t know it was hurting Martin.] The responsibility of Dolphins management discussed.
(Kearny, New Jersey: Terrell Brown) The challenging snow removal operations featured; details given about the series of accidents that shut down the Pennsylvania Turnpike and about the cleanup budgets for New York City & Philadelphia; scenes shown of collapsed roofs across the Northeast. [Kearny, New Jersey resident Steven LARAY, driver Heather PASCO, Kearny Public Works superintendent Gerry KERR- comment.]
(Studio: James Brown) Report introduced.
(Aiken, South Carolina: Mark Strassmann) The power outages in the South featured; scenes shown of downed trees and power lines in Aiken, South Carolina and ice-covered limbs; details given about the storm-related problems in Georgia and North Carolina, where 2 drivers were killed. [Governor Nikki HALEY, Acropolis Pizza Restaurant owners Maria & George KRITZAS- comment.]
(Los Angeles: Bill Whitaker) The drastic steps California farmers are taking to deal with the relentless drought featured; details given about the state’s decision to cut off water to growers in the Central Valley; scenes shown of fallow fields. [Farmer Joe DEL BOSQUE, San Luis Water District manager Martin McINTYRE- comment.]
(Sochi: Mark Phillips) Tomorrow’s hockey game between the US and Russia previewed; footage shown from the 1980 “Miracle on Ice” game; details given about the NHL’s threat to pull out of future Olympic games because the league has to shut down at the height of its season; scenes shown of Russian President Vladimir Putin suited up. [Player Blake WHEELER, NHL deputy commissioner Bill DALY- comment.]
(Pentagon: David Martin) Problems with the F-35 fighter jet, the most expensive weapons system in history, examined; details given about overruns in schedule and budget. [Marines Lt. Col. David BERKE, Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition Frank KENDALL- comment.]
(Los Angeles: Steve Hartman) The revelation to students at St. Francis High School in La Canada, California that tough math teacher Jim O’Connor, a 70-year-old Vietnam veteran, is the top blood donor at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and volunteers holding sick babies featured. [STUDENTS, senior Pat McGOLDRICK, O’CONNOR, nurse Erin SCHMIDT– comment.]