This program is about 1 hour long
(Vail, Colorado: Colin Campbell) An avalanche that killed a skier in the Rocky Mountains featured; scenes shown from Vail, Colorado.
(Studio: Tony Harris) Report introduced.
(Studio: Jacqui Jeras) The high avalanche risk in the Rockies and other mountain areas featured; maps shown.
(Studio: Catherine Callaway) The reaction of Hilton’s former employer, John Tabor, to the allegations against Hilton. [TABOR – comments on Hilton’s heavy use of prescription drugs; recounts his threats and demands for money after being fired; reacts to Emerson’s murder.] Hilton’s role in Tabor’s company and Tabor’s identification of Hilton as the suspect discussed.
(No location given: Keith Oppenheim) The search for Yaser Said, a Texas cab driver from Egypt who is accused of killing his 2 daughters because one of them was dating a non-Muslim, featured; photos shown of sisters Amina and Sarah Said; map shown of the route taken by the girls and their mother Patricia when they fled. [Lewisville police Capt. Keith DEAVER- comments on Yaser’s threats.] [Irving police David TULL- recounts the 911 call.]
(Studio: Tony Harris) The “female factor” as an issue in Senator Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign examined; scenes shown of Clinton responding to hecklers shouting “Iron my shirts!” and getting emotional. [Voters Becky COLE, Albert BOWLING, Carol GROSETH, Albert OLMEDA, WOMAN, former New York Democratic Party chairman Herman “Denny” FARRELL- express views.] [CLINTON – campaigns on being a woman.] Live interview held with the White House Project’s Erin Vilardi about women’s impact on political campaigns. [VILARDI – says the women’s vote is not a monolithic voting bloc; comments on the expansion of women’s issues and the role of candidates’ spouses; comments on Oprah Winfrey’s impact on Senator Barack Obama’s campaign; notes voting trends for single women.]
(Hollywood: Kareen Wynter) The trickle-down effect of the writers strike with the cancellation of the Golden Globes awards show featured; scenes shown of the picket lines. [“Variety” executive editor Steven GAYDOS- says there will be no actors at the Golden Globes.] [Jewelry and style expert Michael O’CONNOR, “Variety” editor-in-chief Peter BART, WOMAN - note the impact on jewelry designers and manufacturers, formal wear rentals, party planners.] [Los Angeles County Economic Development Corp. Jack KYSER- says it is rippling out collateral damage on the southern California economy.] [Feinstein-McGinnis P.R. owner Kari FEINSTEIN- describes alternate plans to benefit the Writers Guild.]
(Studio: Tony Harris) Tomorrow’s coverage of the Golden Globes announcements on "Larry King Live" noted.
(London: Becky Anderson) Earlier interview held with actor/comedian Chris Rock about a variety of subjects. [ROCK – comments on the writers strike; describes audiences in England and their understanding of events in the US, including the presidential campaigns; comments on the race between Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama; explains why he does not do jokes about Oprah Winfrey; jokes about Britney Spears and O.J. Simpson.]
(Studio: Jacqui Jeras) The danger of avalanches in the West and the weather forecast featured; maps shown.