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(Studio: Susan Rook) Crime during Los Angeles riots.
(Los Angeles, CA: Ann McDermott) Beating of truck driver; Four suspects arrested; Arrests made possible because beating was videotaped; Victim remains hospitalized. [Remarks from Chief Daryl GATES, Los Angeles Police Department.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Members of commission listened to complaints about Daryl Gates and Mayor Bradley.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Rebuild LA task force has received about 3000 offers of help from riot torn areas.
(Ventura, CA: Rusty Dornin) Many people moving out of LA; Ventura, an hour north of LA, becoming mecca for refugees; Blacks, whites, and businesses leaving. [Interviews with Marvin ROSTRAN, U-Haul Agent; Thelma MCCLINTON, Resident; Susan HERRICK, Real Estate Agent; Joe YOUNG, Young Realty.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) President Bush says he an Democrats are off to a good start for programs for urban development; Will not involve raises in taxes; Lawmakers believe action will come soon; House leaders want a vote on business loans and aid packages. [Remarks from George BUSH; Maxine WATERS, Representative (D) California; Robert DOLE, Senator (R) Minority Leader.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Slight boost in wholesale prices last month; Signs that economy in control; Prices in energy; Quayle arrives in Japan for discussion with Prime Minister on Tokyo Declaration.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Mikhail Gorbachev greeted by Donald Trump in New York.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Introduces story.
(Washington: Jamie McIntryre) National Health Service Corps pays for medical schools expenses by serving in needy area of country; Prosecutors suing doctors who renege on obligations. [Excerpt of Jay STEPHENS, U.S. Attorney; Interviews with Dr. Bernard ABBOTT, Director, South Baltimore Family Health Center; Dr. Conrad DUNCAN, Defendent; Dr. Robert HARMON, Public Health Service; Desiree HARRIS, Patient.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Bankruptcy judge approved sale for United Press International (UPI), wire service, to Patt Robertson.
(Studio: Susan Rook) An alleged police beating in Berkeley, CA is being compared to Rodney King beating.
(Berkeley, California: Greg Lefevre) Victim stopped by police officers, driven to a railway station, beaten and left; One officer on paid leave; Criminal and administrative investigation; Federal authorities jumped in immediately; Suspected officer has history of violence. [Interviews with Nichelle GRIFFIN, Wife of Victim; Lt. Tom GRANT, Berkeley Police Department; Richard HELD, FBI; John BURRIS, Family Attorney.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Directors of CIA and FBI say they are pushing for release of files regarding John F. Kennedy assassination. [Excerpt of Robert GATES, CIA Director.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Raids of video gambling machines at five Indian Reservations that violate federal mandates.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Nebraska and West Virginia held primaries today; Bush and Clinton expected to lead; Clinton names selection committee to help pick running mate
(Studio: Susan Rook) United States ambassador to Former Yugoslavia called home; Last European observers packed up.; Queen Elizabeth favors closer European Community cooperation.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Britain looking into incident of friendly fire during Gulf War.
(Pentagon, Washington: Wolf Blitzer) Want to reopen case and want an explanation; Incident took lives of nine British soldiers; United States pilots fired on British tanks that they thought were Iraq tanks. [Interviews with Anne LEECH, Mother of friendly fire victim; Terry SATCHELL, Father of friendly fire victim; Remarks from Malcolm RIFKIND, British Defense Minister; Pete WILLIAMS, Pentagon Spokesman.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Two towns impose opposing laws on guns.
(Chicago: Margaret Lowry) Kennesaw, Georgia imposes a mandate that requires all homes to have a weapon; Morton Grove, Illinois bans guns; Results inconclusive as the towns are small and middle class. [Interviews with Dent MYERS, Memorobilia Shop Owner; Harold TRAMMELL, Pawnshop Owner; Unnamed CITIZENS; Neil CASHMAN, Gun Ban Advocate.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Washington Mayor of Wasthingon, D.C. is stepping up fight against AIDS by providing condoms to high schoolers and inmates; Clean needles to drug users.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Social workers in COnnecticut teaming up with Vietnam veterans to help inner-city children.
(New Haven, Connecticut: Dan Rutz) Some children show signs of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders; Similarities between the horrors of combat and inner-city; Survivors' guilt plague veterans; Project Common Ground. [Interviews with unnamed CITIZENS and unnamed CHILDREN; Dr. Dennis CHARNEY, West Haven Veterans Administration Hospital; Susan FELDMAN, Social Worker; Donald GIGLIO, Veteran.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Earth Matters segment; Bush will attend treaty signing in Rio de Janero to lower greenhouse gas emissions. [Excerpt of Carl SAGEN.] Tennessee Valley Authority has agreed to buy federal pollution credits; TVA can continue to pollute by buying credits from Wisconson Power and Light Company.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Farmers in Florida claim a fungicide has ruined plants.
(Miami, FL: John Zarella) DuPont, manufacturer of Benlate 50 DF, has paid for damages, but farmers say dangers have not passed; DuPont says it is not responsible for continued effects; Could have affected people's health as well. [Interviews with Morris BAILEY, DuPont Spokesman; Ron MOYE, Cucumber Farmer; Bob CRAWFORD, Agriculture Secretary; David MCLEAN, Professor of Landscape Technology]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Introduces sports.
(Studio: Nick Charles) Sports Update; Dunleavy leaves Lakers; Bill Fitz retires as coach of New Jersey Nets. [Remarks from Mike DUNLEAVY, Lakers' Coach; Interviews with Clyde DREXLER, named to United States Olympic team.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Storm in Oklahoma.
(Kingston, Oklahoma: Mike Capps) Economic damage in town; Governor fears that town will not receive federal aid. [Interviews with Bob HILL, Resident; Joyce BRUNK, Business Owner; Rick TIDWELL, Business Owner; David WALTERS, Governor, Oklahoma; Jewel WOODS, Resident]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Introduces weather.
(Studio: Karen Maginnis) Weather report; Local forecasts.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Space Shuttle Endeavor; Tomorrow's final attempt to rescue satellite.
(Unnamed Location: Tony Clark) Three man space walk was approved; Running through practice procedures at NASA; Last attempt to rescue satellite. [Excerpts of Sam GEMAR, Shuttle Communicator; Dan BRANDENSTEIN, Shuttle Commander.]