This program is 30 minutes long
(Omaha, Nebraska: Clayton Sanndell) The discovery that 14 Americans bused off the cruise ship in Japan had the coronavirus but were still flown out on charter planes to military bases in the US featured; scenes shown of the travel; virus statistics cited. [Nebraska medicine emergency management & preparedness Dr. Shelly SCHWEDHELM@- comments on testing all.] [Passenger Mark JORGENSEN - comments.] The situations for John & Melanie Haering noted. How the bus passengers will be watched for the virus & quarantined discussed.
(jackson, Mississippi: Alex Perez) The state of emergency in the South due to the flooding of the Pearl River featured; scenes shown from Jackson, Mississippi, a home sliding into the Tennessee River, a rescue boat, sheltered pets. [Mississippi dept. of wildlife, fisheries & parks Maj. Dale BELL@- says "get out of there."]
(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.
(New York: Rob Marciano) The movement of the next storm with more rain in the South system with rain, snow & cold in the East reviewed; weather & temperature maps shown.
(Henderson, Nevada: Eva Pilgrim) The response of Democratic presidential candidates to the challenge from Mike Bloomberg featured; Bloomberg ads shown; details given of the scrutiny of his treatment of women in the workplace & sexism. [Senator Bernie SANDERS, Senator Amy KLOBUCHAR, Senator Elizabeth WARREN - criticize Bloomberg.] Whether Bloomberg will be on the Nevada debate stage discussed.
(White House: Kyra Phillips) The turmoil in the Justice Department after Attorney General William Barr overturned prosecutors' sentence for President Trump's confidant Roger Stone with the call from former Justice Department officials for Barr to resign examined; details given about Barr's involvement in the case of former national security adviser Michael Flynn. [On ABC, BARR - says he did not talk to the president about the Stone case.] Trump's support of Barr discussed.
(Los Angeles: Kayna Whitworth) The arrests in Washington state in a plot to kidnap a baby by a woman, Juliette Parker@, & her daughter posing as a baby photographer examined; scenes shown of Parker during her run for mayor in Colorado Springs. [Pierce County sheriff's dept. Det. Ed TROYER@- outlines the plot: drugging a mother to kidnap a female infant.] [New mother Amanda APPLING?- comments on dealing with Parker.]
(New York: Gio Benitez) The December assault on a troubled teenager in North Carolina when his mother tried to get him psychiatric help at a hospital examined; scenes shown of security officers attacking the boy, Hayden Long. [Mother Jessica LONG - says she needed help for her son.] The criminal charges against the teen noted.
(New York: Rebecca Jarvis) The discounts offered for Presidents' Day examined; examples of sales items cited. ["Consumer Reports" editor Mary Beth QUIRK@- offers suggestions.]