This program is about 1 hour long
(Aruba: Phil Keating) The latest developments in the case reviewed; details given on Natalee’s father’s plan to search the waters off the coast of Aruba and the upcoming court hearings for the murder suspects.
(Washington: Molly Henneberg) President Bush’s celebration of Thanksgiving Day reviewed; details given on Bush’s phone calls with US troops deployed overseas and future son-in-law Henry Hager’s attendance at the family dinner; photos shown.
(Studio: Laurie Dhue) The severe weather this holiday noted; scenes shown of damage from a possible tornado in Florida.
(Fox Weather Center: Janice Dean) National forecast given; weather maps and data shown on screen.
(Studio: Laurie Dhue) 3 new balloons at Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade and the resumption of “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” on Broadway after a management walk-out related to the stagehand strike noted; scenes shown.
(Studio: Laura Ingle) Early bird holiday shopping on “black Friday” reviewed; store opening times outlined on screen; details given about online Thanksgiving specials; Gallop poll cited.
(No location given: Marianne Silber) The ban on outreach ministry religious services in US Department of Housing and Urban Development apartments in Memphis, Tennessee, due to federal separation of church and state rules reported; scenes shown from a service at the Barry Towers building. [Resident Pearlie JENKINS- speaks at a Bible study; comments; prays.] [Memphis Housing Authority Robert LIPSCOMB- talks about the HUD policy.] [Resident Rosie MEREDITH- states her opinion.]
(Maranello, Italy: Greg Burke) The new Ferrari Scuderia 430 car featured; scenes shown from Italy of a test drive, the Ferrari museum, the assembly plant; details given on the car company’s history. [Ferrari communications manager Antonio GHINI- comments on the car’s sound.]
(Islamabad, Pakistan: Greg Palkot) The latest in the state of emergency in Pakistan reviewed; details given on the supreme court approval of Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf’s election, former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto’s response and exiled former Prime Minister’s Nawaz Sharif’s plans to return.
(Los Angeles: Anita Vogel) The new federal law requiring television broadcast stations to switch from analog to digital signals in February 2009 featured; statistics cited; details given on the costs of the transition. [National Association of Broadcasters Jonathan COLLEGION- suggests that due to the number of TV sets that will no longer work without a converter box, the government should help with the cost.] [Heritage Foundation James GATTUSO- criticizes the program.]
(Denver: Alicia Acuna) The use of spy equipment and wireless technology in the crackdown on vandalism in Denver, Colorado, featured; scenes shown of graffiti; details given on how the system works and a similar program in southern California. [Denver police department detective Ernie MARTINEZ- comments on installing the cameras and the prosecution’s use of the video evidence.] [Denver crime prevention ctrl. Regina HUERTER- comments on tagging.]