This program is about 1 hour long
(Miami: Phil Keating) The controversial rape rant on the “shock jock” show reviewed; apology from Opie and Anthony quoted on screen; details given on the FCC regulations and Don Imus’s racial remarks last month.
(Studio: Shepard Smith) Imus’s appearance in Madison, Connecticut, noted. Tonight’s “Hannity and Colmes” announced.
(Blacksburg, Virginia: Tom Fitzgerald) Graduation day and tributes for the victims reviewed; details given on the awarding of posthumous degrees for the victims and the security detail.
(Pentagon: Jennifer Griffin) The alleged terrorist threat in Germany targeting US interests examined; map shown; details given on the military’s response; April 20 warden message quoted on screen. [State Department spokesman Sean McCORMACK – comments.]
(Long Beach, California: Jonathan Hunt) The wildfire on Catalina Island in California reviewed; scenes shown; details given on evacuations. [RESIDENT - describes what happened.]
(Studio: Shepard Smith) The wildfires in Georgia and Florida updated; scenes shown from Folkston.
(Washington: Catherine Herridge) The CIA’s new Internet Website featured; scenes shown from the website; details given on the virtual museum tour and online job applications. [CIA web content manager Elizabeth Tascione LICAMELE†- comments.]
(No location given: Lynn Martinez) The release of 7 rescued sea turtles back into the ocean in Florida featured; scenes shown. [Miami Seaquarium’s Dr. Maya RODRIGUEZ and Paul ROC- comment.]
(Washington: Major Garrett) The debate in Congress over an acceptable war funding bill examined; House vote totals cited on screen. [Senator Harry REID- says he does not know how to take certain things off the table.] [Senator John WARNER- speaks about benchmarks.] [Representative James McGOVERN- speaks.]
(Washington: Carl Cameron) Confusion over former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani’s position on abortion reviewed; scenes shown of Giuliani in Houston. [GIULIANI- states his pro-choice opinion.]
(Studio: Shepard Smith) Giuliani’s appearance on “Fox News Sunday” announced.
(Brooklyn, New York: Rick Leventhal) The debate over the ban on metal baseball bats in New York City high schools examined; scenes shown from a ballpark and a Louisville Slugger factory; details given on 12-year-old pitcher Steven Domalewski’s injuries, the difference between wood and aluminum bats, the lawsuit filed against the city by bat makers. [Amity baseball president Robert BROKMAN, NYC councilmember Lewis FIDLER, orthopedic surgeon Dr. Timothy KREMCHECK, Louisville Slugger Rick REDMAN, and Easton Sports Jim DARBY- comment.]
(Lake City, Florida: Steve Harrigan) The firefighters’ battle with the spreading wildfires in Georgia and Florida reviewed; scenes shown of thick smoke clouds.