This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Ted Koppel) Report introduced.
(Winnetka, Illinois: Chris Bury) Random shooting by woman in elementary school in Winnetka reported; details given, scenes shown. [WOMEN - react to incident.] Woman, identification as Laurie Dann, reported holed up in nearby home; scenes shown. [Evanston hospital spokesperson Dr. David WINCHESTER - discusses victims' status.] [WOMAN - says it's a wonderful community.] [WOMAN - says it's a small school.]
(Studio: Ted Koppel) Police reported surrounding house
(Studio: Ted Koppel) United States negotiator in Panama, Michael Kozak, reported called home. Report introduced.
(DC: Sheilah Kast) Continue of efforts to get General Manuel Noriega out of power in Panama reported; scenes shown. Noriega issue reported splitting administration; Vice President George Bush reported urging President Reagan to end talks; Bush's position detailed. Opinion polls noted suggesting that Bush is coming out on right side of issue.
(Studio: Ted Koppel) Criticism of Coast Guard for its "zero tolerance" program of seizing boats (or other vehicles) containing any amount of drugs reported
(Miami, Florida: Mark Potter) Coast Guard reported set to soften its program in response to public anger; scenes shown of Atlantis II, ship seized and now returned to owners. [Coast Guard Lieutenant Commander Jim SIMPSON - says policy must be supported by public; says there are grey areas in policy.] Plan to link seizures with proof that owners knew about drugs on board reported ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) noted set to file against a "zero tolerance" seizure.
(Studio: Ted Koppel) Report introduced.
(DC: George Strait) National Cancer Institute reported issuing alert calling for med. follow-up to breast cancer surgery; details given, scenes shown. [National Cancer Institute spokesperson Dr. Andrew DORR - says research indicates that chemotherapy or hormonal therapy decrease chances of reoccurrence of breast cancer.] Conventional treatment of breast cancer outlined. [Howard Univ. Dr. LaSalle LEFFALLE - discusses possibility of additional treatment for patients.] Nancy Reagan's case noted.
(Studio: Ted Koppel) Consumer price index figs. for month given; "Stock Market Report."
(Studio: Ted Koppel) Clair Cnty., Illinois, judge reported throwing out chgs. that city of E. Saint Louis, Illinois, failed to provide adequate equipment for its police force.
(Studio: Ted Koppel) Accusations by Iran that United States has entered Persian Gulf war on side of Iraq reported Report introduced.
(DC: Bob Zelnick) Impact of new United States policy in Persian Gulf reported; scenes shown; satellite photograph of Iran's Abu Musa island reported revealing silkworm missile sites. Pentagon statement with regard to Iran's possible use of missiles detailed. Intelligence estimates of status of Iran-Iraq war discussed; map shown.
(Studio: Ted Koppel) Anti-US student protests in Seoul, South Korea, reported; scenes shown. State Department denunciation of protests noted.
(Studio: Ted Koppel) Holding of Communist party conference in Hungary reported Report introduced.
(Budapest, Hungary: Barrie Dunsmore) Pol. situation in Hungary reviewed; scenes shown of West-style lifestyle in Budapest; political leader Janos Kadar mentioned; historical film from 1956 rebellion shown. [Dissident Miklos VASARHELY - calls for new, active leadership] Prime Min. Karoly Grosz reported most likely to succeed Kadar. [US ambassador to Hungary Mark PALMER - says Hungarians now feel urged forward by USSR .]
(Studio: Ted Koppel) Senator reported debating INF treaty between United States and USSR . Report introduced.
(DC: Ann Compton) Conservative criticism of INF treaty reported delaying ratification; details given, scenes shown. [Senator Jesse HELMS - discusses flaws in treaty.] [Senator James EXON - predicts that President Reagan will be crippled at summit if treaty unfinished.]
(Studio: Ted Koppel) President Reagan's insider's view of White House featured; slides shown while Reagan narrates. [REAGAN - intros. slide show about White House; jokes about Mikhail Gorbachev, books, Vice President George Bush, Indonesia; Sam Donaldson.]
(Studio: Ted Koppel) Los Angeles, California, policeman Carl McGill and his efforts to combat street gang activity featured. [McGILL - discusses street gangs.] Scenes show of street gang killings and arrests. [McGILL - recalls situation when he was himself a teen gang mbr.] [At neighborhood meeting, Victor VINSON - discusses gangs as a sub-culture.] [McGILL - comments.] [School principal Marguerite LAMOTTE, Shirley DORSEY - discuss McGill's actions.] [McGILL - discusses efforts to have local park named after child victim of gang violence.] [DORSEY - says McGill cares.] McGill's community efforts noted. [McGILL - discusses role models.]