This program is about 1 hour long
(Antioch: Dan Simon) Breaking news on the investigation into the California kidnapping of Jaycee Dugard by Philip Garrido reviewed; details given about the abductions of two young girls 20 years ago in the area; scenes shown from the yard where Jaycee lived for 18 years. [Conducted business with victim, J.P. MILLER- comments on doing printing business with Garrido & Jaycee.] Where Jaycee is now & what she is doing & how close other homes are to that backyard discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with auto salvage yard owner Cheyvonne Molino about Jaycee. [MOLINO - talks about the girls.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with auto salvage yard owner Cheyvonne Molino about Jaycee; photos shown of Jaycee before she was kidnapped. [MOLINO - says Jaycee was a normal teenager, Garrido had an eccentric attitude & the girls seemed to be fine; comments on what Garrido did; describes the wife, Nancy Garrido.]
(Lakeview Terrace: Reynolds Wolf) The wildfire in southern California featured; scenes shown of flames in the San Gabriel Mountains. What happens when people stay behind at their homes discussed.
(Studio: Erica Hill) The course of Hurricane Jimena near the Baja peninsula of Mexico; the brutal slayings in Brunswick, Georgia; Disney's buying of Marvel Entertainment; the rescue of three Texas boaters found on their capsized boat reported. [In 911 call, voice of Guy HEINZE- says his whole family is dead.]
(Washington: Tom Foreman) The question of whether Abdel al-Megrahi, the Libyan released after being imprisoned for his role in the downing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, in 1988, was set free in a business deal examined; details given about "The Times" story about British-Libyan negotiations, what Libya has said & the timing of Megrahi's release. [Britain's justice secretary Jack STRAW, Scottish justice secretary Kenny MacASKILL- deny there was a deal for oil.] [CNN's Octavia NASR- talks about the story.] [Heritage Foundation Nile GARDINER- says the British government is embarrassed.]
(Lawrence, Kansas: Elizabeth Cohen) How the H1N1 swine flu is hitting college campuses featured; scenes shown from University of Kansas; details given about CDC recommendations about the flu on campus. [In a dorm, student Arielle SPIRIDIGLIOZZI, Kaitlyn PERRY- comment on their condition.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Atlanta: Sanjay Gupta) The slow production of the vaccine, when the vaccine will be made available after testing, the ancient mechanism for making them, the vaccine & pregnant women, who seem to be at greater risk for the flu & other facts about the virus & vaccine discussed.
(Studio: Erica Hill) A statement from Gen. Stanley McChrystal about the state of the war in Afghanistan; the August casualty numbers for Afghanistan; the administration response to former Vice President Dick Cheney's charge that there is political motivation behind the investigation of CIA interrogation methods; Chris Brown's first TV interview about his assault on girlfriend Rihanna & the lawsuit by Carrie Prejean against the Miss California USA beauty pageant reported. [On "Larry King Live," BROWN - says he does not remember doing it.]