This program is 28 minutes long
(Dallas: Kelly Cobiella) Preparations for the next round of severe weather while Midwesterners are trying to recover from the last storm featured; scenes shown of snow and ice, people in shelters; details given of the shortage of de-icer in Texas. [WOMAN – worries about being isolated.] [Muskogee, Oklahoma, resident Mary MILLER- reacts to the power outage.] [CBS News weather analyst Bryan NORCROSS- notes the speed of this storm.]
(Studio: Katie Couric) Report introduced.
(London: Mark Phillips) The deadly windstorm in Europe featured; scenes shown of people and objects being blown about, falling structures and trees, a damaged school in England, wrecked cars, the rescued crew of a container ship, windsurfers. [British SCHOOLGIRL – reacts.]
(Baghdad: Lara Logan) The tension between the US and Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki’s government over the arrest of Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr’s aide, Sheikh Abdel-Hadi al-Daraji, featured; scenes shown of al-Daraji during an interview last spring and of his office that was raided; details given of Maliki’s reliance on al-Sadr for political support. [Multi-National Force Iraq deputy commander Lt. Gen Graeme LAMB- says we’re presenting a case as to why we detained him.] The relationship between Maliki and al-Sadr discussed.
(Perry, Ohio: Kelly Wallace) The story of American civilian Andrea Parhamovich, who was killed in an ambush in Baghdad, Iraq, presented; photos shown. [Andrea’s sister Marci ZAMPINI, fiancé Michael HASTINGS- talk about Andrea.]
(Hillsborough, California: John Blackstone) The impact of stress on the brain examined; diagrams shown. [Corporate attorney Teresa PAHL- comments.] [Rockefeller University Bruce McEWEN- says chronic stress affects your head, heart, liver and immune system.] [University of California at San Francisco Elissa EPEL- says stress affects cells at the molecular level.] [Psychologist Christina MASLACH- explains the result of burnout.]
(Los Angeles: Jerry Bowen) The soaring costs that are forcing some students to choose colleges that are not their first choice but are less expensive featured; statistics and costs cited. [Student Seth ANAGNOSTIS- expresses frustration.] [Higher Education Research Institute Victor SAENZ- notes the increase in students concerned about financing their education.]
(Chesapeake Bay, Virginia: Steve Hartman) The efforts of the North Neck Shanty Singers, a group of African American fishermen in Virginia, to keep old sea shanties alive featured; scenes shown of the men singing; historical photos shown. [Fisherman James CARTER†- says you can raise more fish by singing than any other way.] [SINGERS – talk about the hard work and the songs.]
(Studio: Katie Couric, Steve Hartman) The uses of the menhaden†† fish and the choices for next week's story discussed.