This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Morgan Radford) A high-rise fire in Hawaii featured; scenes shown from Honolulu of the flames & smoke; statistics on high-rise fire deaths cited. [Witness Ron CHIARITINO- describes what happened in the fire.] [Honolulu fire Chief Manuel NEVES- says if there were sprinklers....] [New York City fire dept. deputy chief Jim BULLOCK- cites the importance of sprinklers.] The recent high-rise fires in London & Pittsburgh in buildings that also did not have sprinklers shown.
(No location given: Steve Patterson) A dramatic rescue in Texas when a car got trapped in a moving train featured; scenes shown from La Marque of the cargo train dragging the car while a police officer, Andrew Bess, tried to alert the engineer to stop the train. [BEST - describes what happened.]
(Piscataway, New Jersey: Kelly O'Donnell) The change of course for President Trump dealing with "the Russia hoax story," his hiring of lawyer Ty Cobb as special counsel for the White House to handle the Russia investigation, on health care featured; tweets quoted. [On CNN yesterday, Trump attorney Jay SEKULOW - says the president did not attend nor know about the meeting.] [In weekly address, TRUMP - says we are close to ending the health care nightmare.] [Trump adviser Kellyanne CONWAY - call it a moral imperative to get Obamacare.] [Arkansas Governor Asa HUTCHINSON, Wyoming Governor Matt MEAD- comment on the Senate health care bill.]
(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart) Tomorrow's "Meet the Press" lineup outlined on screen.
(Las Vegas: Gabe Gutierrez) The marijuana distribution problems in Nevada, where recreational marijuana just became legal, featured; details given of the pot pipeline. [Las Vegas Releaf general manager Lissa LAWATSCH, state senator Tick SEGERBLOM, Nevada dept. of taxation dir. Deonne CONTINE- comment on distribution issues.]
(San Francisco: Jo Ling Kent) The search for a beef-like veggie burger examined; scenes shown from Impossible 2's lab to produce a protein burger; statistics on global meat consumption cited. [Biochemist Pat BROWN - talks about designing the product.] [Cockscomb co-owner/chef Chris COSENTINO†- explains why the Impossible Burger.]
(Oklahoma City: Maya Rodriguez) A school that uses a unique approach to fight homelessness featured; scenes shown from Oklahoma City where a private, non-profit school caters to homeless children. [Positive Tomorrow's president Susan AGEL- says we provide a safe place for children.] [Mother Patricia BEGAY, graduate/ministry worker Ashley PETERS - comment on the program.] Homeless student statistics cited.
(Gilford, Connecticut: Anne Thompson) The story of a small flower business that teaches teens & young people with autism workplace skills presented; scenes shown from a Connecticut greenhouse called Roses for Autism. [LEO, Joey BECKER, Justin AMOS, Roses for Autism managing dir. Michelle OUIMETTE, Ability Beyond CEO Jane DAVIS- talk about their flowers & the program.]