This program is about 1 hour long
(Biloxi, Mississippi: Rick Leventhal) The dramatic change in Biloxi’s landscape after a year of clean up and rebuilding reviewed; the aerial view of the city after Katrina and today compared to show progress and the work still needed to be done.
(Daytona Beach: Jonathan Serrie) The possibility of Ernesto’s regeneration over warm Atlantic waters and the lack of concern in south Florida reported; scenes shown from Daytona Beach.
(Pass Christian, Mississippi: Shepard Smith) The threat of Hurricane John in the Pacific noted; scenes shown of the wind and rain in Mexico’s west coast.
(Fox Weather Center: Janice Dean) The courses of Ernesto and John tracked; weather maps and data shown on screen.
(Washington: James Rosen) Tomorrow’s U.N. Security Council deadline for Iran to stop its uranium enrichment program examined; details given on Iran’s refusal to stop production of uranium hexafluoride; scenes shown of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s meeting with the former premier of Spain. [US Deputy Secretary of State Nicholas BURNS, State Department spokesman Sean McCORMACK- comment on economic sanctions against Iran.] Former Iranian President Mohammed Khatami’s arrival tomorrow in the US noted.
(Las Vegas: Anita Vogel) The legal charges faced by Jeffs in Utah and Arizona reviewed; details given on Jeffs’ upcoming court appearance in Las Vegas; inset picture of Jeffs shown. [Clark County court information officer Michael SOMMERMEYER- explains the court procedure for extradition.]
(Pentagon: Mike Emanuel) The latest violence in Iraq reviewed; details given on the Baghdad market bombing, a bicycle bombing in Hillah, the plan for Iraqi forces to take over security next year, and the battle between Iraqi forces and militia men in Diwanihah; casualties statistics cited; scenes shown of destroyed vehicles and blood on the ground. [Gen. George CASEY- says Iraqi security forces can take responsibility within 12-18 months.]
(Pass Christian, Mississippi: Erik Liljegren) The rebuilding of destroyed Mississippi hospitals featured; details given on the hospitals’ losses; home video shown from inside the Hancock County Medical Center during Katrina. [Nurse Dianne MARTIN- describes what happened.] [Department of Health Dr. Mills McNEILL- comments on the function of public health in the recovery process.] [Hancock Medical Center’s Hal LEFTWICH- describes the doctors’ and nurses’ help in rebuilding the hospital.]
(Jerusalem: Adam Housley) U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan’s trip to the Middle East updated; details given on Annan’s call for an end to Israel’s blockade of Lebanon, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert’s refusal to end the blockade before the U.N. resolution is fully implemented, and the IDF’s discovery of a tunnel running from Gaza into Israel; scenes shown of the tunnel and from Olmert’s meeting with Annan. [OLMERT- expresses hopes for an agreement between Israel and Lebanon.] Lebanese Prime Minister Fouad Siniora’s rejection of normal relations with Israel noted.
(Los Angeles: Anita Vogel) The Los Angeles Police Department’s dog breeding program featured; details given on the rising cost of police dogs and the criticism of the LAPD for prematurely using the dogs in service. [LAPD chief K-9 trainer Sgt. Doug ROLLER- comments.] [Adlerhorst International Inc.’s Dave REAVER- says the dogs should not be used before they are 18-months old.]