This program is about 1 hour long
(Chicago: Jeff Goldblatt) The arraignment of Richard Davis and Dena Riley in connection with the videotaped rape and murder of Marsha Spicer reviewed; details the discovery of a body that may be another victim; scenes shown of Davis and Riley going into the courthouse. [Prosecutor Mike SANDERS- says we’ve feared that there would be more victims.]
(Central, South Carolina: Jonathan Serrie) The investigation into the murder of Clemson University student Tiffany Souers, who was found strangled with a bikini top, updated; details given on police interviewing “persons of interest” in the case, and no signs of struggle or forced entry to her apartment. [Pickens County Solicitor Bob ARIAIL- comments.]
(Pentagon: Mike Emanuel) More US troops heading to Iraq reported; details given on a Pentagon report suggesting that troop levels could go up. Scenes shown from the sites of several attacks.
(Studio: Shepard Smith) The condition of CBS correspondent Kimberly Dozier, who was wounded in a car bombing, updated; scenes shown of Dozier being transported to a military hospital in Germany. [Landstuhl Medical Center Commander Col. Bryan GAMBLE- says Dozier was critically wounded, but doing as well as can be expected.]
(Washington: Brian Wilson) The political showdown over the FBI’s raid on Representative William Jefferson’s office in a bribery probe outlined; Justice Department response quoted on screen. [Representative James SENSENBRENNER- comments.]
(New York City: Eric Shawn) FBI ending its search of a Michigan farm for the body of former Teamsters Union president Jimmy Hoffa, who disappeared in 1975, reported; details reviewed of the tip that led agents to the farm. [FBI Special Agent Louis FISCHETTI- says the information from a former Teamsters driver indicated probable cause for a search.]
(Seattle: Erik Liljegren) Washington state’s new program allowing students to complete high school over the Internet featured; details given on the benefits of the program, and the possibility the teachers’ union may incite legal action to stop it. [Insight School of Washington Keith OELRICH, Superintendent Frank WALTER, Washington Education Association president Charles HASSE, student Heather VAN HULLE, parent Keith VAN HULLE- offer varying views.]
(White House: Carl Cameron) President Bush nominating Henry Paulson to replace Treasury Secretary John Snow, who resigned today, reported; details given on Paulson’s career. [BUSH – announces the nomination; praises Paulson’s qualifications.] [PAULSON- says we must maintain our competitive edge in the world.] [SNOW- comments.]
(Washington: Major Garrett) The House and Senate preparing to negotiate between their very different immigration reform bills reported; details given on concessions made so far on both sides, and issues that may be more difficult to agree on.
(Fox Weather Center: Rick Reichmuth) Storm systems bringing more rain to Texas and severe weather in the Plains states tracked; national forecast noted; weather maps and data shown on screen.
(Yogyakarta, Indonesia: Greg Palkot) Relief efforts in the Indonesia earthquake zone featured; scenes shown of US military personnel arriving to set up a field hospital and give other aid. [US Navy Cmdr. Tom DAVIS- comments.]
(Studio: Shepard Smith) Volcanic activity increasing at Mount Merapi near the earthquake site noted.
(Boston: Molly Line) Controversy in Massachusetts over the state’s policy not to ask for proof of citizenship from public housing applicants featured; details given on opponents’ argument that the policy takes away housing from Americans, the 1977 lawsuit that put the policy in place, and the federal law on the subject. [State Senator Robert HEDLUND, immigration advocate Ali NOORANI- comment.]