This program is about 1 hour long
(Oklahoma City: Kim McIntyre) The impact of the storm in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, featured; details given on power outages and an apartment building fire; scenes shown of ice everywhere, utility crews, an airport. [At a gas station, RESIDENT – comments.] The similar weather in New Hampshire and Texas noted.
(Studio: Shepard Smith) The effect of freezing temperatures on California citrus growers and the problems in the Northeast from the same storm noted; scenes shown of a citrus grove in Fresno and police on the street in Sennett, New York.
(Fox Weather Center: Chris Knowles) The storm system featured; weather maps and data shown on screen; national forecast given.
(Union, Missouri: Steve Brown) The investigation into the alleged kidnapping of Ben Ownby and Shawn Hornbeck featured; details given on a report that suspect Michael Devlin had child pornography on his computer; scenes shown of Devlin’s lawyers entering the prison. [Devlin’s attorneys Ethan CORLIJA, Michael KIELTY- comment on his health and safety.] [Franklin County sheriff Gary TOELKE- comments on their efforts to find Devlin’s white truck.]
(Studio: Shepard Smith) A message from “Shawn Devlin” on his family’s website and reasons why Shawn did not escape during his 4 years with Devlin reported. [Psychologist Susan BARTELL- says he may have felt helpless.]
(New York: Erik Liljegren) The latest developments in the assault case against Duke University lacrosse players featured; details given on the CBS “60 Minutes” report that the accuser took anti-psychotic medications, changes in the accuser’s story, district attorney Mike Nifong’s recusal, and the parents’ possible lawsuit against Nifong; excerpts of “60 Minutes” special shown. [David Evans’ mother Rae EVANS- comments.]
(New York: Rick Leventhal) The MySpace video of teenage bullies beating a girl from North Babylon High School in New York featured; details given on the suspension of the girls involved. [Classmate “MICHELLE” – comments on how many people watched the video.] [Child psychologist Dr. Jeff GARDERE- talks about the impossibility of healing emotionally when the beating is seen repeatedly.]
(White House: Bret Baier) Responses to Bush’s new security plan for Iraq, including a troop surge, examined; details given on the Bush administration’s decision not to impose deadlines on Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki. [CASEY- says it will take time for things to improve.] [US ambassador to Iraq Zalmay KHALILZAD- says he’s encouraged.] [Senator Barack OBAMA- says he expects a nonbinding resolution; comments on pursuing a more concrete plan to constrain the President.] [On CBS “60 Minutes,” BUSH – responds to the threat of funds being cut off.]
(Studio: Shepard Smith) The day’s deadly violence in Baghdad and Mosul, including bombings and shootings, reported; scenes shown of the damage.
(Jerusalem: Jennifer Griffin) Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice’s announcement of a 3-way summit with Israeli and Palestinian leaders to discuss the peace process featured; details given on her Middle East trip to gain support for Bush’s new Iraq plan; scenes shown of Rice in Luxor, Egypt. [RICE- comments on her future meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.] Israel’s Housing Ministry’s authorization of construction in the West Bank and the unearthing of tunnels used by Fatah officials noted.
(Los Angeles: William La Jeunesse) Scientists’ predictions that the next big California earthquake could happen in the next 30 years examined; maps of the San Andreas Fault shown; details given on the Northridge quake; scenes of an earthquake simulator and archive footage shown. [US Geological Survey Lucy JONES- differentiates between big and small earthquakes.] [Actor Edward James OLMOS, Emergency Preparedness Department Ellis STANLEY- comment.]
(Washington: Molly Henneberg) The nation’s tributes to Dr. Martin Luther King presented; scenes shown of President Bush visiting students at Cardozo High School in Washington, DC, and the tribute at King’s church in Atlanta. [BUSH – suggests honoring Dr. King by helping people.]