This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Kenneth Craig) The explosion Friday night at a silicone chemical plant in Illinois featured; scenes shown from Waukegan of the fire after the explosion & the wreckage. [Waukegan fire marshall Steven LENZI@- talks about the accident.]
(Jacksonville: Mark Strassmann) The incident in Florida in which a military plane skidded off the runway into the St, John's River on a flight from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, featured; scenes shown of the Boeing 737 in the water; details given about the initial NTSB investigation. [NTSB vice chairman Bruce LANDSBERG@- talks about the challenges.] [Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, commanding officer Mike CONNOR@- talks about the passengers.]
(Tokyo: Elizabeth Palmer) A launch from North Korea of projectiles & what it means for relations between President Trump & North Korean leader Kim Jong Un featured; scenes shown of the missile launch; details given about the reasons for this show of force sending a message to the US & South Korea & the response from the White House.
(Caracas: Adriana Diaz) The situation in Venezuela with a lackluster opposition protest against President Nicolas Maduro after the opposition leader Juan Guaido called for resistance featured; scenes shown from Caracas; details given about the two men's tug of war over support from the military. [Opposition government LEADER - says the military in the dictatorship is frightened.]
(Studio: Reena Ninan) Further coverage of the unrest in Venezuela & North Korea's rocket tests on "Face the Nation" noted.
(Pahoa, Hawaii: Carter Evans) The first anniversary of the volcanic eruption in Hawaii featured; scenes shown of the Kilauiea volcano lava flow last May 30 with lots of black lava & a black sand beach now. [Lost home to the lava, Heath DALTON%- comments on rebuilding.] [Park RANGER - says we have a massive new crater.] [USGS geologist Jane BABB%- predicts more lave.]
(Florida: Erin Moriarty) The case of convicted murderer Ennrico Forti@, imprisoned for killing Dale Pike% in Miami in 1998, reviewed; photos & scenes shown; details given about the evidence of beach sand & the business deal between Pikes & Forti. [Investigator Sean CROWLEY%- comments on the case.]
(New York: Marc Liverman) The medical concerns about people who received the measles vaccine before 1989 examined; details given about the measles booster option. [60-year-old Deb IVANHOE?- says she is not immune.] [CBS Dr. David AGUS%- talks about vaccines & measles complications.] Map of CDC-confirmed measles cases shown.
(Fairfax, Virginia: Chip Reid) The story of Eddie Adams, a cellist at George Mason University, who grew up in poverty, presented; scenes shown of Adams playing the cello. [ADAMS - talks about living homeless, his interest in the cello & his playing.] [George Mason string instruments dir. June HUANG%- talks about his amazing story: music from the core.]
(Studio: Reena Ninan) The GoFundMe page for Eddie noted.