This program is 30 minutes long
(Santa Fe, Texas: Gabe Gutierrez) Reports that Texas school shooter Dimitrios Pagourtzis targeted Shana Fisher, a student who had rejected his advances, examined; photos of victims Chris Stone, wounded officer John Barnes shown. [Fisher's mother Sadie BAZE- comments.] [Texas Governor Greg ABBOTT- speaks about the killer.] [Stone TEAMMATE - reacts to Stone's death.] What Lt. Gov. Dam Patrick said about arming teachers noted. [PATRICK - wants fewer entrances.]
(Santa Fe: Gadi Schwartz) The response of the Santa Fe community after the shooting featured; scenes shown of National Guard soldiers donating blood in Galveston, the Santa Fe high school baseball game, the funeral for Pakistani exchange student Sabika Sheikh. [Wounded players Rome SHUBERT, Trent BEASLEY - comment on what happened.] The promise from football player J.J. Watt to pay all funeral expenses noted.
(White House: Kelly O'Donnell) The demand from President Trump via twitter he will order the Justice Department to investigate whether an FBI informant infiltrated his presidential election campaign with former President Obama's involvement examined; tweet quoted; details given from the "New York Times" & "Washington Post" report on the incident & a response from deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein quoted. [Voice of former New York City Mayor Rudolph GIULIANI - says Trump wants an investigation & to interview the informant.] [FBI director Christopher WRAY - testifies about protecting sources.] Word from Giuliani that the Russia investigation will be done by Sept. 1 & a White House planned report in response if special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller releases a report mentioned.
(Irvine, California: Anne Thompson) A trend of scientists running for political office in 2018 examined; scenes shown of California research scientist Hans Keirstead campaigning to run against Representative Dana Rohrbacher. [KEIRSTEAD - comments on the anti-science rhetoric.] [314 Action Shaughnessy NAUGHTON- explains the group's support for scientists, mostly Democrats; hopes scientists are seeing their role in public life.]
(No location given: Morgan Radford) The story of American Mormon missionary Joshua Holt imprisoned for two years in Venezuela without a trial & the international battle over his fate presented; scenes shown from inside the prison. [Mother Laurie HOLT - comments on his imprisonment.] [US charge d'affaires to Venezuela Todd ROBINSON- reads a statement.] A tweet from Secretary of State Mike Pompeo about this sham election in Venezuela quoted. [Utah Senator Orrin HATCH- speaks out.]
(No location given: Steve Patterson) The continuing eruption from the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii that injured a man in Pahoa featured; scenes shown of lava, burning structures, the lava reaching the ocean creating "laze." [Neighbor Mark CLASSEN- describes what happened to the man struck.] [Wearing mask, WOMAN - comments.]
(Capetown: Keir Simmons) The drought water emergency in Capetown, South Africa. featured; scenes shown of police enforcing the city's water code, an empty reservoir, people rationing water. [Capetown resident Eitan PRINCE- explains conservation.] Maps of projected water stress areas shown. [University of Cape Town Future Water Inst. Kevin WINTER- cites water vulnerability.]
(London: Lucy Kafanov) The party in Britain after the royal wedding of Prince Harry & Meghan Markle featured; scenes shown of them in a classic Jaguar, fireworks, the ceremony, the castle, the bouquest on the grave of the Unknown Warrior. [WOMAN - comments.]
(Dallas: Catie Beck) The handwriting revival in the nation's schools featured; scenes shown of third graders at Good Shepherd Episcopal in Dallas learning cursive writing by sending letters to senior pen pals. [Teacher Karen GUNTER††, three KIDS, two SENIORS - talk about exchanging written letters.]