This program is about 1 hour long
(Washington: Steve Centanni) The plot reviewed; details given on the charges against suspect Derrick Shareef; courtroom sketches by Andy Austin shown; audio tape transcript quoted on screen. [FITZGERALD- says the public was never in danger.]
(Chicago: Steve Brown) The shooting rampage by a gunman at a downtown Chicago skyscraper reviewed; scenes shown of police in the streets; details given on the death of the gunman and the victims’ conditions. [Police superintendent Phil CLINE- describes what happened.]
(New York: Reena Ninan) The investigation into the outbreak updated; details given on the confirmed cases, the suspect green onions, the symptoms; map shown.
(Miami: Orlando Salinas) Actor Wesley Snipes’ arrest in Orlando, Florida, on federal tax fraud charges reviewed; scenes shown of Snipes in custody. [SNIPES- says he looks forward to clearing his name.]
(Fox Weather Center: Janice Dean) National forecast given; weather maps and data shown on screen.
(Los Angeles: William La Jeunesse) The California Coastal Commission restrictions that may force the professional volleyball tour off of the beaches in southern California examined; details given on the AVP’s claimed monetary losses. [CEO AVP Leonard ARMATO- says it would be a shame to bring the sport to an unnatural setting.] [Coastal Commission Peter DOUGLAS- says our job is to protect the beach for the public.] [Pro volleyball player Holly McPEAK- comments.]
(White House: Bret Baier) President Bush’s plans to meet with military leaders and diplomats next week and his meeting with congressional leaders today about the Iraq strategy reviewed; details given on Bush’s reaction to the Iraq study group report. [BUSH – talks about meeting on a regular basis.] [Senator Richard DURBIN- says the President may look for new tactics.] [Secretary of State Condoleezza RICE- comments on dealing with Iran over Iraq and their nuclear program.]
(Studio: Shepard Smith) Senator Gordon Smith’s comments about the “civil war” in Iraq cited. [SMITH- speaks about the Iraq policy.] Outgoing-Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld’s farewell ceremony noted. [RUMSFELD- says the worst day was Abu Ghraib.]
(Washington: Carl Cameron) The confusion over whether New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson will run for president reviewed; details given on Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, John McCain, Rudolph Giuliani, Mitt Romney, and Evan Bayh’s latest moves. [RICHARDSON- gives reasons he is qualified for the presidency.]
(Washington: Catherine Herridge) The new TSA plan to allow non-passengers to go through airport security examined; details given on the pilot programs in Detroit, Pittsburgh, Dallas; map shown; TSA checkpoint requirements outlined on screen.
(Rolling Meadows, Illinois: Steve Brown) US soldier Bryan Anderson, who lost three limbs in Iraq, profiled; statistics cited; scenes shown of Anderson’s arrival back home. [ANDERSON- talks about enjoying his life and his experience in Iraq.]