This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: David French) Healing begins in Los Angeles.
(Los Angeles: Tony Clark) Los Angeles residents work together to clean up following days of rioting. [Interview: Chief Daryl GATES, Los Angeles Police; Excerpt press conference: Mayor Tom BRADLEY, Los Angeles; Interview: unnamed CITIZENS; Interview: Governor Pete WILSON, California.]
(Studio: Andrea Arceneaux) People in churches in Los Angeles and all over the country call for peace. [Interview: Cardinal Roger MAHONY, Los Angeles.]
(Studio: David French) Rodney King debate opens wider debate on race and the law.
(Washington: Jamie McIntyre) Many black and white Americans believe that the criminal justice system favors whites. [Interview: unnamed CITIZENS; Interview: Herb HOELTER, National Center on Institutions and Alternatives; Interview: Marc MAUER, The Sentencing Project; Broderick JOHNSON, Concerned Black Men.]
(Studio: Andrea Arceneaux) Peter Ueberroth to head clean up efforts in Los Angeles.
(Eric Gusheim) History of Peter Ueberroth's public leadership.
(Studio: David French) Introduces Charles Jaco interview.
(Newport Beach, California: Charles Jaco) Interviews Peter Ueberroth live about how he plans to rebuild Los Angeles. [Interview: Peter Ueberroth, chairman, Rebuild L.A.; Excerpt press conference: Peter Ueberroth.]
(Studio: David French) President George Bush meets with advisers tomorrow morning to make plans to help residents of Los Angeles.
(Studio: Andrea Arceneaux) Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary attacks likely democratic presidential nominee Bill Clinton for comments he made about President Bush's policies promoting racism. Clinton spoke at two churches today and is heading to Los Angeles to meet with black leaders.
(Studio: David French) Ross Perot criticizes Bush administration for response to Los Angeles riots. [Excerpt press conference: Ross PEROT.]
(Studio: Andrea Arceneaux) Mikhail Gorbachev and his wife pay a social visit to former President Ronald Reagan and his wife.
(Los Angeles: Patti Paniccia) Many in Los Angeles remember the Watts riots and compare the two.
[Interview: Lillian MOBLEY, Los Angeles resident; Interview, Kenneth MOBLEY, Los Angeles resident; Interview: Tommy JACQUETTE, Los Angeles resident; Col. Jerry FIELDS, National Guard; Interview: Corene MOBLEY, Los Angeles resident.]
(Studio: Van Earl Wright) Sports headlines include basketball, hockey, and baseball.
(Studio: Ted Textor) Gives weather report.
(New Jersey: Richard Roth) People do not know risks of chewing tobacco because they have not been as highly publicized as those of cigarette smoking. [Interview: Dr. Lee EISENBERG, "Through with Chew" Campaign; Interview: Matt LOIERO, teenager; Interview: Adam SAVAREIC, teenager; Interview: Buck SHOWALTER, Manager, New York Yankees; Interview: Mel HALL, professional baseball player; Interview: Jason HANCOCK, teenager.]
(East Hampton, Long Island: Charles Feldman) Students of Thomas Jefferson High School in Brooklyn, which is in a violent neighborhood, attend Project Adventure, a weekend retreat run by Boys Harbor. At the retreat the work to increase self confidence, trust, and work through fear. [Interview: Lonnie WILLIAMS, Boys Harbor, Interview: Brad Stam, High School Teacher, Interview: unnamed STUDENTS.]