This program is 28 minutes long
(Theressa, Florida: Gigi Stone) The fire and drought in Florida featured; scenes shown of the flames in Theressa. [Governor Charlie CRIST- hopes the fire will stay away from people.] [FIREFIGHTER, HOMEOWNER, Bradford County emergency management Brian JOHNS, new area resident Christine DELAROSA- comment on the fire conditions.] The threat from Subtropical Storm Andrea noted.
(Los Angeles: Bill Redeker) The fire damage to this largest of urban parks in this driest of Los Angeles years featured; scenes shown of the fire. [Los Angeles fire department Capt. Antoine McKNIGHT- comments.]
(Levasy, Missouri: Dean Reynolds) The flooding featured; scenes shown of water everywhere in the little farming communities in Missouri and Iowa. [RESIDENT; Mosby police Cpl. Ken CYPRET; Levasy RESIDENT; in a rowboat, Julian GIBSON - comment on the flooding.]
(Baghdad: Terry McCarthy) The visit to Iraq by Vice President Dick Cheney to get Iraqi leaders to resolve their differences and create a framework for a political settlement featured; details given about US frustration with the lack of progress by the Iraqi government. [In Baghdad, CHENEY - says it is important to move on the issues without delay.] [In Washington, Secretary of Defense Robert GATES - says it's being paid for in American blood.] [Iraq vice president Tariq al-HASHIMI- sees no light on the horizon.]
(Greensburg, Kansas: Barbara Pinto) The situation in and future for Greensburg after the tornado featured; scenes shown of President Bush touring the farming town. [BUSH - speaks about the town.] [Greensburg resident Scott SPARKE- talks about National Guard equipment.] [Governor Kathleen SEBELIUS - speaks about the rapid response.] [John Deere store manager Mike ESTES- talks about the plant workers.] [Jarrell, Texas, Mayor Wayne CAVALIER- talks about the comeback of the city of Jarrell.]
(London: David Wright) The British band called The Zimmers, who are a hit on YouTube, featured; YouTube video shown. [The Zimmers blogger Geriatric1927 Peter OAKLEY - talks about his perspective.] Pete Townshend of The Who and The Zimmers shown breaking guitars.