This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: David French) Space Shuttle Endeavor report.
(Studio: Tony Clark) Disappointing last few hours; Tried twice to capture it but were unsuccessful; Crew is moving shuttle 23 miles away from satellite.
(Studio: Andrea Arceneaux) Justice Department Investigators being sluggish.
(Washington: Jeanne Meserve) Richard Thornburg, then Attorney General, called for review of police brutality complaints; Study has barely begun; Inadequate data but Justice Department opposes legislation that would make that data available. [Interview with John CONYERS, Representative (D) Michigan; Excerpt of John DUNNE, Assistant Attorney General; Interview with Gene GUERRERO, ACLU.]
(Studio: David French) Bush will ask Congress to give emergency priority to urban issues; Dan Quayle predicts that recent events will make Congress cooperative; Democratic Senator Bill Bradley agrees with Bush but reversing decay will require ten to fifteen billion dollars a year. [Remarks from Dan QUAYLE.]
(Studio: Andrea Arceneaux) Mothers of All Colors Unite, a group, wants National Guard to stay in Los Angeles.
(Studio: Andrea Arceneaux) A search for fifteen miners trapped in Canadian mine shaft is being hampered; Blast caused by surge of methane gas [Remarks from Colin BENNER, President of Production, Westray Mines.]
(Studio: David French) State-run oil company in Mexico, Pemex, is calling for the evacuation of five thousand families in northern part of country; To avoid another explosion within proximity of pipelines.
(Studio: David French) Authorities in Peru have ended battle with well-armed rebels; Guerrillas had controlled cell block for five years; Police ended stand-off with machine guns and blasting.
(Studio: Andrea Arceneaux) Heavy fighting in former Yugoslavia and Bosnia-Herzegovina; Fighting seized by daybreak.
(Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina: Terry Lloyd (ITN)) European community managed to evacuate mothers and children; Only a handful of European monitors left in city. [Interviews with Altina RADONCIC, Evacuee; Jeremy BRADE, European Community Observer.]
(Studio: David French) There are reports that at least four people were killed in Tajikistan when KGB fired on protesters.
(Studio: Andrea Arceneaux) Voting held in Phllipines for President and other positions; Country facing high unemployment, inflation, and communist insurgency.
(Studio: David French) Supporters of Ross Perot marching to capitol to get Perot's name on the Texas ballot.
(Studio: Andrea Arceneaux) Most CEO salaries released in Forbes Magazine; List of top earners.
(Studio: David French) Reverend Al Sharpton says he may have been duped in supporting rape victim, after several newspapers discredited the story.
(Studio: David French) A California woman sees her son in more than half a century.(San Jose, California: Linda Joyce) Woman has searched for her son after she was forced to give him up when she was sixteen; Search agency helped in search for son. [Interview with Jean DEVERA, Mother; Remarks from Larry PLIETH, Son.]
(Studio: Andrea Arceneaux) Cabaret Singer, Sylvia Sims, died today of a heart attack.
(Studio: David French) Techonolgy opening up publishing trade to author.
(New York: Gary Tuchman) Books being printed and published without companies; Workshops on self-publishing.[Interview with George MOBERG, Self-Publisher; Excerpt of Dan POYNTER, Author and Self-Publishing Instructor; Interview with David BIRMAN, Self-Publisher.]
(Studio: David French) Bush administration planning to ask Congress to put programs for inner city citizens on fast track.(White House, Washington: Jill Dougherty) Quayle rejects gun control as solution for violence; Quayle, who emphasized law and order, at odds with Jack Kemp, who wants programs such as enterprise zones and welfare reform. [Interview with Dan QUAYLE; Remarks from Jack KEMP, Housing and Urban Development Secretary.]
(Studio: Andrea Arceneaux) Clinton goes to church in California, twice; Governor and wife campaigns in California; Attends Hispanic festival.
(Studio: David French) Jerry Brown, Clinton's Democratic opponent, meets with Los Angeles gang members; Calls for tax breaks for businesses willing to invest in area.
(Studio: Andrea Arceneaux) Black contractors in Los Angeles want a hand in rebuilding businesses.
(Los Angeles, CA: Rusty Dornin) Black contractors facing competition from huge white construction firms; If black contractors do jobs of rebuilding, they can create jobs for others. [Interviews with Al WILLIAMS, A.C. Builders; Muhammad NASSERDEEN, Community Leader; Arnie ROBINSON, Hawk Industries; Richard ROBNETT, Robnett Industries.]
(Studio: David French) Miami building demolished for parking lot.
(Studio: Andrea Arceneaux) Introduces Sports.
(Studio: Van Earl Wright) Sports Update.
(Studio: David French) Introduces weather.
(Studio: Ted Textor) Weather report; Local forecasts.
(Studio: Andrea Arceneaux) New study shows Sudden Infant Death Syndrome reduced for babies on their backs.
(Unnamed Location: Rhonda Rowland) University of Washington; Study shows SIDS is less for babies who sleep on back or side; Against conventional wisdom. [Interviews with Janet STATHAS, Mother; Dr. Warren GUNTEROTH, University of Washington; Dr. William SEXSON, Crawford Long Hospital, Atlanta; Dale DIRKS, SIDS Alliance.]
(Studio: David French) Russian sculptor wants to place statue in Miami.
(Miami, FL: John Zarella) Statue of Christopher Columbus being cast by Russian artist; Spent about ten million dollars with help from Russia government as gift to United States; Taller than Statue of Liberty; Would offend many; Plan to ship statue in 1500 pieces. [Interviews with Zurab TSERETELI, Sculptor; Bennett LEBOW, United States Statue Promoter; Unnamed CITIZENS.]