This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Susan Rook) Former charges filed against suspects in the beating of a truck driver; Reginald Denny, the victim, was released from the hospital;Hearing to decide whether Laurence Powell, officer charged in the beating of Rodney King, should be retried.
(Los Angeles: Don Knapp) One of the acquitted officers speaks out; Koon says that the verdict should have been no surprise; Koon thinks police could have controlled riots. [Interview with Sgt. Stacey KOON, Sergeant, Suspended Police Officer.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Federal Panel's decision allows limited logging on Oregon Timberland, land that is critical for survival of Spotted Owl.
(San Francisco: Greg Lefevre) Bush administration may care more about a thousand jobs than the survival of a species; A panel of seven Bush appointees voted to allow cutting; Process consisted of the constant whittling of acreage; Timber industry in area is in danger. [Excerpt of Manuel LUJAN, Interior Secretary; Interview with Michael TRAYNOR, Sierra Club Legal Defense Fund; Wayne SLATER, Oregon Logger.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Just a day after Shuttle Endeavor crew captured satellite, astronauts walked in space.
(Unnamed Location: Tony Clark) NASA administrator says mission was a success; Four spacewalks in one mission. [Excerpt of Dan GOLDIN, NASA Administrator.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Investigation of claims and accomplishments of Ross Perot.
(Unnamed Location: John Camp) Thousands of volunteers launch a campaign on behalf of Perot; Has volunteered to run for President if enough people register him; Is cutting back on television appearances to study up on political issues; The Perot myth investigated; Account of the rescue of jailed soldiers in Iran; John Stempel disputes Perot's account; Perot a critic of the Department of State; EDS, Perot's Company was under investigation of bribery by the Iran government. [Excerpt of Ross PEROT; Interview with Ross PEROT; Interview with John STEMPEL, Former United States Diplomat in Iran.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Ross Perot wanted to quit Navy before obligation over.
(Studio: Susan Rook) House Post Office officials have been subpoenaed; Allegations of embezzlement and drug dealing by House employees.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Introduces weather.
(Studio: Karen Maginnis) Weather report; Local forecasts.
(Studio: Susan Rook) 6 murders in 4 states linked by one highway.
(Chicago, IL: Jeff Block) Police certain that it is a serial killer on the loose; Killer might be a hitchhiker; Eyewitnesses saw murderer; Robbery seems was the initial motive; [Remarks from Rick PILGRIM, Detective, Kansas City Police Department; Remarks from Chief Kris TURNBOW, Rayton, Missouri Police Department; Interview with Bob RESSLER, Former FBI Agent.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Man on Death Row claims he is innocent, Roger Coleman. [Excerpt of Interview with Roger COLEMAN.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Federal health officials say risk of health care workers transmitting AIDS, is very small; Center for Disease Control conducts study.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Most Americans think abortion should not be outlawed; Should be a mandatory waiting period; Poll by Parade.
(Studio: Susan Rook) One out of five people suffer from allergies.
(Unnamed Location: Rhonda Rowland) Allergy sufferers rely on accurate pollen counts to warn them; Now technicians have agreed to manage allergens in same way to standardize system; Uniform forecasting system should help. [Interviews with Brenda PARKERSON, Mother; Kendall PARKERSON, Allergy sufferer; Dr. Robert BERKOWITZ, Certified Pollen Counting Station; Lisa SQUIRES, Allergy Patient; Dr. Sandra ROBERSON, Atlanta Allergy Clinic.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Vicious fighting erupts in Sarajevo in battle between Serbs and Muslims; United Nations Peace keepers pinned down in the basement of a building.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Mikhael Gorbachev visits President Bush at the White House for a private dinner. [Excerpt of Mikhael GORBACHEV with translator.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Labor Department says Claims of joblessness are up again; Does not include those who are out of work because of Los Angeles Riots.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Urban Aid Bill easily passed in the House, today; Jack Kemp lashes back at critics of bill. [Excerpts of Jack KEMP, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development; Don RIEGLE, Senator (D) Housing and Urban Affairs Chairman.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Columnist Roland Evans has learned that Former Secretary of Defense, Casper Weinberger will be indicted in connection with the Iran-Contra Affair for withholding documents.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Introduces sports.
(Studio: Nick Charles) Sports update; Lyle Alzado, NFL player, dies of brain cancer; Blames steroids. [Interview with Lyle ALZADO.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Introduces story.
(New Castle, Indiana: Larry Woods) Prom night across the country; Economic reasons influence students' choices. [Interview with unnamed TEACHER; Interviews with unnamed STUDENTS.]