This program is 28 minutes long
(Wheeling, West Virginia: Kelly O'Donnell) The start of the FBI investigation of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh after the dramatic Senate hearings with Kavanaugh & accuser Christine Blasey Ford featured; details given about the call from the Senate Judiciary Committee for an investigation, which is limited to claims from Ford & Deborah Ramirez, but not Julie Swetnick. [President TRUMP - says it is going well.] [Senator Amy KLOBUCHAR - comments.] [NBC's Chuck ROSENBERG- says the FBI is boxed in.] Trump's campaigning in West Virginia for Joe Morrisey noted.
(No location given: Rehema Ellis) A string of reported sexual assaults on the campus of Ohio University featured; scenes shown from a rally & of banners. [Two female STUDENTS - worry.] [Senior Eric HALPIN- explains their group chat system.] [Ohio University vice president for student affairs Jenny HALL-JONES- comments on actions.]
(Mo location given: Kathy Park) A shark attack at a California beach featured; scenes shown from near San Diego. [Witness kayaker Todd HAMEL - describes what happened to the boy.]
(No location given: Ron Allen) The devastation in Indonesia from an earthquake & tsunami reviewed; scenes shown of the damages & bodies of victims. [International Federation of Red Cross & Red Crescent Societies Jan GELFAND- says the people are scared.]
(No location given: Tammy Leitner) Two more hot car tragedies in Florida reviewed; details given about Kailyn Pollard's case. [Orange County sheriff's office Jeff WILLIAMSON- comments on another case.] [Kidsandcars.org president Janette FENNELL- says children die in vehicles every month of the year.]
(Boulder, Colorado: anne Thompson) The climate change federal court lawsuit filed by 21 teenage environmentalists supported by the Children's Trust examined. [Environmentalist Shukra MARTINEZ- talks about the climate crisis & the government's inability to act violates our constitutional rights.] [Brackwell LLP Jeff HOLMSTEAD- says they want the whole economy restructured.] The Justice Department's view of the lawsuit quoted.
(Las Vegas: Kate Snow) The stories of some survivors on the first anniversary of the mass shooting in Las Vegas featured; details given of wounded woman Rosemarie Melanson's family story; scenes shown from the hospital of patients & a survivors luncheon. [Daughters Paige MELANSON, husband Steve MELANSON- talk about the ordeal.] [Trauma surgeon Chris FISHER - cites the trauma surgeon's job.] [Wheelchair-bound California sheriff's deputy Jason McMILLAN- talks about his life in the hospital.] [Fiancee Fiorella GATES - talks about their second chance.]
(Townsend, Tennessee; Hans Nichols) The Tuckaleechee Caverns in east Tennessee's Smoky Mountains that are home to a nuclear tripwire from which seismic activity can be detected across the globe, including North Korea, featured; scenes shown from the privately owned tourist attraction that is an acoustic wonder; details given about the data from the cavern is sent to nuclear test ban organizations. [University of Tennessee-Knoxville Rick WILLIAMS, CTBTO International Date Centre coordinator Gerhard GRAHAM- talk about the compression waves & the data.] [Owner Benjamin VANBABDA- comments on long government interest.]
(Charleston, West Virginia: Catie Beck) Competition for paralyzed video game players who use adaptive game controlling featured; scenes shown from New Orleans Children's Hospital, where the AbleGamers Foundation is helping. [AbleGamers lead researcher Greg HAYNES†- explains how games can be controlled.] [Hospital's recreational therapist Krista SWAN†- reacts to the technology.] [AbleGamers founder Mark BARLET††- explains how the technology adapts.] [Paralyzed gamer Josh WARD - says video games take you places.] [Disabled veteran Jeremy PFLEGOR†- says it is a connection.]