This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Brian Ross) The foiling of a terrorist plot to kill US soldiers at Ft. Dix, New Jersey, reviewed; scenes shown of the military base; details given about the raids to arrest six men in the plot. [US attorney Christopher CHRISTIE- outlines the plan to attack the base.] [Philadelphia FBI Jody WEIS- calls this a brand new form of terrorism.] [At a shooting range in Pennsylvania, MAN - talks about the guys with AK-47s.] The great concern about homegrown terrorists discussed.
(Big Lake, Missouri: Dean Reynolds) The flooding of the Missouri River in towns in Missouri featured; scenes shown from Big Lake, Agency, St. Joseph and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. [Farmer Fred RAMSEY, St. Joseph public information officer Mary ROBERTSON- comment.]
(Greensburg, Kansas: Barbara Pinto) The road to recovery in Greensburg, Kansas, after the tornado featured; scenes shown of residents cleaning up, the wrecked homes and a service at a battered Baptist church. [In a high school shelter, 84-year-old Elizabeth PUGH, Mayor Lonnie McCULLOM, volunteer Carol BROWN, resident Millie RADFORD- comment.]
(Pentagon: Jonathan Karl) An extraordinary apology from the US military for an incident in March in which Afghan civilians were killed by Marines featured; diagrams and scenes shown to detail the incident. [3rd Brigade; 10th Mountain Div. commander Col. John NICHOLSON- says he is ashamed and sorry the innocent were killed; adds it is a terrible mistake.] [May 2, Afghanistan's President Hamid KARZAI - says we can no longer accept civilian casualties.]
(San Francisco: Brian Rooney) Examples of going green in San Francisco featured; scenes shown from the Giants ballpark that has solar panels, a local cartoon show "The Unsustainables," plantings on the roof of the California Academy of Sciences; details given about new energy technology and new green initiatives by companies like Yahoo, Google and Apple. [Pacific Gas and Electric Nancy McFADDEN- comments on solar power.] [Grace Cathedral Rev. Sally BINGHAM- talks about being "stewards of creation."] [Venture capitalist Ray LANE- talks money.] [San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Tony IRONS- comments.]
(Denver: Erin Hayes) The graduation day story of Ladell Parker, who is receiving the college degree earned by his son, Capt. Joel Parker, who completed his MBA degree while stationed in Iraq, featured; scenes from Regis University in Denver and photos of the Parkers shown. [Ladell PARKER - says his son has dreams.]