This program is about 1 hour long
(Beaumont, California: Adam Housley) The ongoing efforts to contain the fire reviewed; details given on the wind gusts, evacuations, and the reward for the capture of the arsonist; live aerial scenes of the flames and inset scenes of a firefighting plane shown.
(Fox Weather Center: Rick Reichmuth) The weather conditions near the fire reported; national forecast given; weather maps and data shown on screen.
(Studio: Trace Gallagher) Continuing coverage of the wildfire previewed.
(Pentagon: Mike Emanuel) Al Qaeda’s threat to Persian Gulf oil facilities in eastern Saudi Arabia reported; scenes shown from oil installations; details given on Al Qaeda’s attempted attack in February. [Homeland Security Secretary Michael CHERTOFF- comments on the warning.]
(White House: Bret Baier) The response to Cheney’s comments reviewed. [In radio interview, voice of CHENEY – agrees that a “dunk in the water” is a “no-brainer”.] [President BUSH – says this country doesn’t torture.] [Senator Charles SCHUMER- says the Bush administration has not interrogated prisoners the right way.]
(Miami: Orlando Salinas) The investigation of the murder of the Escobedo family on Florida’s turnpike updated; details given on the father’s possible involvement in drugs and the capture of the shooting suspects from a separate federal drug case; scenes of investigators in Port St. Lucie and photos shown of the suspects and of the family. [SHERIFF – says the father’s brother is a DEA fugitive.]
(Los Angeles: Anita Vogel) Cocktail waitress Chrissy Mazzeo’s claims that gubernatorial candidate Representative Jim Gibbons attacked and assaulted her in a parking garage in Las Vegas featured. [MAZZEO- explains her reasons for dropping the charges.] [GIBBONS- says he did nothing improper.]
(St. Louis: Rick Leventhal) The victory for the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 4 of baseball’s World Series against the Detroit Tigers reviewed; details given on the weather conditions for tonight’s game; scenes shown from last night’s game. [Tigers catcher Ivan RODRIGUEZ- comments.]
(Hapeville, Georgia: Jonathan Serrie) The closing of Ford Motor Co.’s assembly plant in Atlanta, Georgia, featured; details given on the last Taurus, the competition between domestic and foreign cars, and Kia Motor’s plans to build a manufacturing plant in Georgia. [WORKER – comments.] [Former labor secretary W.J. USERY- talks about the job security in the auto industry.] [Kia Motors America’s Len HUNT- comments.]