This program is about 1 hour long
(New Orleans: Kim McIntyre) The impact of the tornado in New Orleans, where they are still recovering from Hurricane Katrina, featured; scenes shown of a destroyed hotel and the debris. [Louisiana Governor Kathleen BLANCO- speaks about the storms.] [RESIDENT - describes what happened.]
(Champaign, Illinois: Jeff Goldblatt) The winter weather warnings in Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, and in the Northeast featured; scenes shown of a closed business, people and traffic in the snowy streets in Champaign, Illinois.
(Studio: Shepard Smith) Continuing coverage previewed.
(Washington: Steve Centanni) North Korea’s agreement to dismantle its nuclear program examined; details given on the terms of the deal; scenes shown from the 6-party talks in Beijing, China; statements from President Bush and Senator John Kerry about the agreement quoted on screen. [Secretary of State Condoleezza RICE – says this is a good beginning.] [US Ambassador to the U.N. John BOLTON- says the deal is fundamentally flawed.]
(Salt Lake City: Carol McKinley) The mall rampage featured; scenes shown of mourners, police; details given on off-duty policeman Kenneth Hammond’s roll in stopping the shootings and Talovic’s background. [Police chief Chris BURBANK- questions the motive.]
(Pentagon: Mike Emanuel) Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr’s flight to Iran, the closing of Iraq’s borders with Iran and Syria, the downing of a US helicopter by enemy fire, and the contradictory statements by the US military about Iran’s involvement in smuggling weapons to Iraqi insurgents reviewed. [Voice of Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Gen. Peter PACE- states that he would not say that the Iranian government knows about the explosives found in Iraq.] [White House spokesman Tony SNOW- recaps the evidence.]
(Studio: Shepard Smith) A British paper’s report that Austrian rifles exported to Iran have been found in Iraq cited.
(New York: Trace Gallagher) The impact of the tornado in New Orleans and the winter storms in the Midwest featured; scenes shown of debris, demolished houses and power crews in Louisiana. [RESIDENT - describes what happened.] [Mayor Ray NAGIN- speaks about the damage done.] Scenes shown of snow, travelers at an airport where flights were cancelled, a wrecked car, snowplows. [ODOT snowplow driver Don PICKETT- comments.] More severe weather for central Florida and upstate New York mentioned.
(Ft. Lauderdale: Phil Keating) The legal battle over the late Anna Nicole Smith’s body reviewed; 911 call emergency call about Smith’s death played.
(Washington: Jim Angle) The day’s developments in the CIA leak trial of former White House aide Lewis "Scooter" Libby reviewed; details given on the decision not to call for testimony from Vice President Dick Cheney or Libby. [MAN – comments on the questions the prosecutor would ask Cheney.] Statement from Patrick Fitzgerald quoted on screen; testimony from Cheney’s aide John Hanna cited.
(Dearborn, Michigan: Carl Cameron) Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney’s announcement of his 2008 presidential run featured; scenes shown from the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan; details given on the issue of Romney’s Mormon faith and Senator John McCain’s forthcoming announcement. [ROMNEY- declares his candidacy; speaks about transformation in Washington.]
(Washington: Major Garrett) The ongoing debate in the House over a non-binding resolution opposing the troop surge in Iraq examined; live scenes shown. [Speaker of the House Nancy PELOSI, Representative Duncan HUNTER- express their opinions.]
(Los Angeles: William La Jeunesse) The debate over the wastefulness of the new Center for Water Education museum that promotes water conservation in California examined; scenes shown from the museum; details given on budget problems. [Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association Kris VOSBURGH, Metropolitan Water District Bob MUIR, Center for Water Education Lori Van ARSDALE- state their views.]
(Fox Weather Center: Chris Knowles) The winter weather warnings in the Midwest and Northeast featured; weather maps and data shown on screen.