This program is 28 minutes long
(Fargo: Barbara Pinto) The rising waters featured; scenes shown of sandbagging operations along the river, the flooding already in Oxbow &he ice-blocked Missouri River in Bismarck. [Volunteer Eric LORENZ, Mayor Dennis WALAKER, WOMAN, college student Karla UNDERDAHL, Fargo resident Ilene LEE, police officer Dave TODD - worry about the flood.]
(Studio: Betsy Stark) The prospects of a thawing of the housing market examined; home prices and mortgage rates figures cited. [Home seller Matt VANCE, BUYER, realtor Jeff PAXSON- comment on the market activity.] [PNC Bank economist Stuart HOFFMAN- talks about the housing market.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson, Tim Johnson) The lack of a medicinal cure for Alzheimer's, the status of the studies in the pipeline and the hopes within the Alzheimer's community discussed.
(Studio: Charles Gibson) An Alzheimer's disease story on "Nightline" noted.
(San Marcos, Texas: Bob Woodruff) The story of young war widows on a cross-country mission to connect with other women who lost their husbands to war presented; scenes shown from the road in an RV displaying the names of 4,000 of the fallen from Iraq and Afghanistan; family photos shown. [Widows Taryn DAVIS, Nicole HART††- talk about their mission.] [DAVIS - reacts to learning of her husband's death.] Excerpts from Davis's film "The American Widow Project" shown; details given about her creation of an online support group for all military widows. [Widow Angelee LOMBARDI†- talks about finding a way to still live.]