This program is 29 minutes long
(Glendale, California: Marci Gonzalez) The collision in Oklahoma of a bus carrying middle school softball players & car featured; scenes shown of the charred vehicles. [Oklahoma highway patrol Lt. Derek GRIFFEY- describes what happened.] Konawa public schools supt. quoted.
(Memphis: Stephanie Ramos) The tornado threat in the South from a storm moving across the country reviewed; scenes shown of a tornado in Arkansas, snowy roads, lightning in Texas, avalanches in Colorado, The loss of power from the storms discussed.
(Studio: Tom Llamas, Rob Marciano) The weather forecast with tornadoes, winds & rain discussed; weather maps shown.
(Washington: Lana Zak) The impact of the policy from President Trump's administration of separating immigrant families examined; details given about a judge's ruling & one family's separation story with father Jesus's words translated; scenes shown of their reunion. [Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen NIELSEN- denies separating families.]
(Studio: Tom Llamas) Coverage on "Nightline" of the border noted.
(New York: Zachary Kiesch) The response of "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett to charges of faking a hate crime attack on January 29 in Chicago examined; details given of the grand jury's findings on the case. [On CNN, Smollett criminal defense attorney Mark GERAGOS - calls it a media lynching.] [On ABC, SMOLLETT, Chicago police Supt. Eddie JOHNSON- comment on the case.]
(Studio: Whit Johnson) The backlash against telemedicine in which doctors tell of impending death by video, not in person, examined; details given about the case of Ernest Quintana, whose coming death was announced via a video call. [Granddaughter Annalisa WILHARM- reacts to how the news was delivered.] A statement from Kaiser Permanente quoted.