This program is about 1 hour long
(Eagleville, Pennsylvania: Rick Leventhal) The charges against University of Pennsylvania professor Rafael Robb for the murder of his wife Ellen Robb featured; scenes of Robb in police custody and pictures shown; details given on Ellen’s plans to file for divorce. [Defense attorney Francis GENOVESE- says he is pleading not guilty.] [Montgomery County district attorney Bruce CASTOR- comments on Robb’s behavior the night of the murder.]
(Dallas, Texas: Kim McIntyre) The chemical leak at an industrial plant in Sugar Land, Texas, featured; details given on the lockdown of 5 schools, the ethylene diamine; statement from Nalco Company plant manager John Wantuch about what happened quoted on screen. The strange odor in New York City noted.
(Miami: Orlando Salinas) The day’s terrorism scare featured; scenes shown of the bomb squad exploding the cargo.
(Studio: Shepard Smith) A judge’s decision to drop all charges against 3 Middle Eastern men involved in yesterday’s scare noted.
(New York: Todd Connor) Reactions to the smell featured; details given on the evacuation of buildings, the shutdown of some trains, cases of resulting respiratory problems; scenes shown from New York City of citizens, police, a woman on a gurney. [WOMAN – comments.]
(Coweta County, Georgia: Russ Spencer) A family’s ordeal as a tornado hit their home in Coweta County featured; scenes shown.
(Studio: Shepard Smith) The federal emergency in Colorado after heavy snow and wind gusts reported; scenes shown of snow in Westminster.
(Boulder, Colorado: Alicia Acuna) The ground blizzard in Colorado featured; scenes shown of wind-blown snow; details given on school closings. [WOMAN - describes what happened.]
(Pentagon: Mike Emanuel) The US air strike in Somalia targeting suspected Al Qaeda members featured; details given on the recent fighting between Ethiopian-backed Somali troops and Islamic militants in Mogadishu; map shown.
(New York City: Erik Liljegren) The investigation into the mysterious gas-like odor in New York City featured; scenes shown from New York City and of firefighters; details given on the evacuation of buildings and subways. [Mayor Michael BLOOMBERG- comments on the smell; says air sensors show no signs of an elevated level of natural gas.]
(White House: Bret Baier) President Bush’s upcoming speech in which he will unveil his new Iraq war strategy previewed; details given on Democrats’ disapproval of a troop surge. [Military analyst Maj. Gen. Bob SCALES- suggests creating a jobs program for the youth on the streets in Baghdad.]
(Washington: Megyn Kelly) Wake Forest and Harvard University scientists’ findings that stem cells can be harvested from amniotic fluid without harming the fetus examined. [Wake Forest University Dr. Anthony ATALA- outlines what the cells can be turned into.] [Representative Adam PUTNAM- says scientists, not politicians, should give us guidance.] Response from Senator Sam Brownback quoted. [Representative Diana DEGETTE- states her opinion.]
(London: Greg Burke) The coroner’s inquest into the crash that killed Princess Diana and her boyfriend Dodi Al-Fayed featured; 1997 footage shown; details given on the Prince William’s girlfriend Kate Middleton’s problems with the paparazzi.
(Dallas: Kim McIntyre) The debate over whether the Pizza Patron’s restaurant in Dallas, Texas, should accept Mexican money as payment examined; scenes shown from the restaurant. [Manager Ernesto HERNANDEZ- describes how the Pizza for Pesos program began.] [Customer Ana NAVA- comments.] [Talk radio host Mike GALLAGHER- criticizes the program.]
(Las Vegas: Adam Housley) The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas featured; scenes shown of the latest GPS system, cell phone, rechargeable batteries, HD home movie camera, and an iPod docking station/toilet paper dispenser. [Sanyo’s John LAMB- describes the items.]