This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Laurie Dhue) Discussion held with WTMJ radio anchor/reporter Chris Lato about the shooting. [Voice of LATO- talks about the 20-year-old gunman, who was killed by a sniper, the possible love triangle, the seventh victim in critical condition, and the six who died.] uReport photos shown.
(Studio: Laurie Dhue; Washington: Griff Jenkins) The runners in the annual Army 10-mile race in Washington, DC, discussed; details given about the heat, the death of a civilian runner and the participation of amputees; scenes shown of the Missing Parts in Action team. [Maj. David ROZELLE- comments.]
(Denver: Sari Padorr) Protests at the Columbus Day parade in Denver, Colorado, reported; scenes shown of demonstrators pouring a bucket of blood on the street, police arresting some protesters. [Parade supporter Karol PARKS, Native American DEMONSTRATOR and Italian American Andy D’AMBROSIA– state their opinions.]
(Los Angeles: Casey Stegall) The victory by the Boston Red Sox over the California Angels in Major League Baseball’s American League Division Series featured; scenes shown from the game; details given on the uproar over the sale of season ticketholders’ playoff tickets over the Internet. [Three FANS – comment.]
(Baghdad: David MacDougall) Gen. David Petraeus’s claim that the Iranian ambassador in Iraq is a member of the Quds Force, a group involved in the training of Iraqi militias and insurgents, reviewed; details given on the quiet response from the diplomatic community and the debate over the Iran’s role in Iraq.
(Washington: James Rosen) Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice’s trip to Russia for meetings with Russian leaders to discuss the impasse over the US plans for a missile defense system in Poland and the Czech Republic reviewed. [Assistant secretary of state Daniel FRIED- says we are open to discussions.]
(Fox Weather Center: Domenica Davis) National forecast given; weather maps and data shown on screen.
(Washington: Malini Bawa) The Democratic and Republican presidential candidates’ positions in the latest Iowa and national polls reviewed; “Des Moines Register” and AP-Ipsos poll statistics cited. [On “Meet the Press,” John EDWARDS- says he is the strongest candidate in the battleground areas.]