This program is 28 minutes long
(Florida Keys: David Muir) Report introduced.
(Lehigh Acres, Florida: Tom Llamas) The loss of power for millions in Florida, highway & generator problems leading to carbon monoxide poisonings featured; scenes shown of the traffic jam outside Miami Beach. [Inside a Ft. Myers home, "MARGIE" & "DAVE" - show the house.] [Utility WORKER; Sarasota sheriff dept. SPOKESMAN - comment.]
(San Juan, Puerto Rico: David Wright) The hard-hit islands of St. Thomas & St. Maarten & the US role in helping stranded Americans featured; scenes shown. [Puerto Rico national guard Lt. Col. Humberto PABRIL- comments.] [Stuck on St. Thomas, American tourist Craig SCHWEIGER - says the cruise ship left us behind.] A defensive statement from Marriott quoted.
(Studio: Ginger Zee) The weakening of Hurricane Irma so we look at Hurricane Jose's storm track in the Atlantic Ocean reviewed; weather maps shown.
(Almamonte Springs, Florida: Eva Pilgrim) The warnings about "flood cars" on the market after Hurricane Harvey & Hurricane Irma presented; scenes shown of cars deep in flood waters in Florida & Houston; car statistics cited. [Car OWNER - comments.] [Carfax spokesman Christopher BASSO- says flood cars rot.] Consumer advice noted.
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) A report there will be no federal charges from the Justice Department against the six Baltimore police officers involved in the 2015 death of Freddie Gray in a police van reviewed; several scenes of Gray & photos of the officers shown; details given about the early mistrial & acquittals. [Family attorney Bill MURPHY- comments on the criminal case.]
(White House: Cecilia Vega) The response of President Trump's administration to charges from former aide Steve Bannon that the firing of FBI director James Comey was the biggest mistake in political history examined. [On "60 Minutes," with Charlie Rose, BANNON - says if Comey had not been fired, there would be no special counsel.] [White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee SANDERS - defends the Comey firing; says Trump & Bannon do not speak frequently.] Trump's plans to visit Florida on Thursday noted.
(Washington: David Kerley) A guilty plea from Lloyd Welch in the Maryland cold case of the murder sisters Sheila & Katherine Lyon, kidnapped 42 years in Maryland from a mall, featured; scenes shown from court; details given about the specifics of Welch's role & sentence. [Father John LYON- thanks police.] [Prosecutor Wes NANCE- comments on the case.]
(Cupertino, California: Rebecca Jarvis) The unveiling of Apple's new costly iPhone X featured; scenes shown of the device; details given of its capabilities. [Apple CEO Tim COOK - lauds the phone.]