Event Date(s): 12/11/1997 | Event Location(s): Orlando, Florida;Kyoto, Japan;Boulder, Colorado;New York City, New York State;Washington DC;Atlanta, Georgia;New Jersey;Denver, Colorado; | Description: 09:00:00 Morning line anchored by Brigitte Quinn. 09:00:55 NBC's Kerry Sanders reports from Orlando, Florida on the hostage standoff where a man has taken two children hostage. Video of family members of the two girls crying near the site of the house where they are being held. Mother of one of the hostages, Iris Vickson, makes a emotional plea for the suspect, John Armstrong, to release the children. Stills of the two children two-year-old Teddy Vixen (ph) and four-year-old Malcolm Priest (ph) Still of Armstrong. Video of police and swat team members near the site of the standoff. Orlando Police Chief William Kennedy comments. Video of a man shot by Armstrong being wheeled into the hospital on a gurney. Orlando Police Department Negotiator Captain Jerry Demmings comments. 09:02:30 Quinn teases upcoming news stories. 09:03:12 Quinn discusses the top stories in the newspapers. 09:04:30 Headline news with Susan Campos. 09:04:32 Campos voices over video of the Global Warming Summit in Kyoto, Japan. President William Clinton comments on a treaty agreed upon at the summit. 09:05:07 Campos voices over video of the wife of suspected bomber Terry Nichols, Mara Fay Nichols walking outside the Denver, Colorado courthouse. Court sketches of Mara Fay on the stand. Stills of Terry Nichols with convicted bomber Timothy McVeigh. 09:05:30 Campos voices over 1997-12-10 video of the boy accused of gunning down his classmates killing three and wounding five, Michael Carneal being escorted to a police car by law enforcement officials in Paducah, Kentucky. 09:05:57 Campos voices over video of six-year-old JonBenet Ramsey who was found dead in her home last Christmas, in a beauty pageant. Video of the Ramsey family home in Boulder, Colorado. 09:06:15 Campos voices over file video of Russian President Boris Yeltsin who was hospitalized for a respitory ailment. 09:06:55 Sanders reports live from Orlando, Florida with an update on the hostage situation. Sanders reports the gunman seems to be taking good care of the children. 09:08:55 Quinn talks with the mothers of the children being held hostage Iris Vickson and Adrienne Phillips. Both mothers plead with the gunman to let their children go. Phillips comments she is hoping and praying for the best. 09:14:05 Quinn interviews Hostage-Negotiating Expert Charles Bahn from NewYork City, New York State on the hostage situation. Bahn comments patience is the most important thing in a situation like this. Bahn comments the closer the gunman gets to the children he is holding hostage, the greater chance it will end peacefully. 09:19:10 NBC's Chip Reid reports live from Washington DC on a report released by the National Civil Aviation Review Comission that claims airplane accidents are going to increase. Reid reports the report that states the reasons for this is the increase of air traffic and there has been no decrease in the number of accidents. Video of airplanes in flight. 09:21:20 Quinn crosstalks with NBC's Fredricka Whitfield from Atlanta, Georgia on reactions from travelers about this report. Video of travelers waiting on line at ticket counters. Travelers Tim Tyler, George Brown, and Darren Bingham comment. 09:26:24 KGW-TV's Walden Kirsch reports on the fight against polluting waters to save fish. Video of fish biologists walking toward the Columbia river in Oregon. United States Fish& Wildlife Service's Don Anglin comments. Video of the Boniville Dam (ph). Video of a samon in water. Fish& Wildlife Service's Joe Skalicky comments. 09:30:45 Campos voices over video of police near the site of a hostage standoff where a man has taken two small children hostage. Still of the suspect John Armstrong. Stills of the two children. 09:31:05 Campos voices over video of police taking arson suspects into custody in Weston, West Virginia. Video of smoke billowing from the house on fire. The fire killed five children and two of the three suspects are the parents of the victims. 09:31:20 Campos voices over 1996-12-26 video of coroners carrying out the body of six-year-old JonBenet Ramsey who was found murdered in her home. 09:31:35 Campos voices over video of the wife of suspected bomber Terry Nichols, Mara Fay Nichols walking outside the Denver, Colorado courthouse. Court sketches of Mara Fay on the stand. Stills of Terry Nichols with convicted bomber Timothy McVeigh. 09:32:16 NBC's Kiko Itasaka reports on a landmark decision at the Global Warming Summit. Video of attendants of the summit in Kyoto, Japan. Excerpt of European Union's Johnny Lahure commenting on the agreement. Wisconsin Republican Representative James Sensenbrenner comments. 09:34:05 Quinn talks with Dr Bob Arnot about a new report that suggests a person who drinks one drink a day have a %20 lesser chance of dying if they are middle aged or older. Video of people drinking in a bar. Arnot discusses the pros and cons for both men and women having one drink a day. 09:39:30 Quinn interviews American Cancer Society's Dr. Michael Thun from Atlanta, Georgia about the positive and negative effects of alcohol consumption. Thun comments while a drink a day may help a lot of people, too much alcohol can be very harmful. Thun discusses the correlation between drinking and breast cancer in women. 09:47:05 NBC's Mike Boettcher reports and alcohol and drug abuse amoung the elderly. Video of people drinking in a bar with their identities concealed. Hazelden Foundation's Carol Egan comments on the effects of alcohol on the elderly. Clip from an informative video produced by the American Association of Retired Persons. Glendale Memorial Hospital's Dr. Daniel Asimus comments on the lonliness facing seniors 09:52:00 NBC's Pete Williams reports on the uses of DNA in crimminal investigations. Video of researchers performing tests in a lab. Video of a crime scene investigator taking pictures of blood drops at a crime scene. Video of DNA on a computer screen. FBI crime lab's Dwight Adams comments on a national system linking all 80 of the United States crime labs together. Video of a researcher taking samples from a shirt. Minnesota crime lab's Nick O'Hara comments. Video of the inside of a jail. North Carolina Crime Lab's Mark Nelson comments on how it feels to be able to tell a family he knows who comitted a crime against their loved one. 09:54:00 NBc's Anne Thompson reports on how DNA can link people to the past. Video of police cars with flashing lights. Video of a Billboard advertising DNA testing. Video of a man and a 900-year-old skeleton he was found to be related to. Peggy Phillips (ph) comments DNA can giver her closure to whether the child she has been visiting for 35 years in the cemetary is there or if it was given up for adoption. Video of a boat carrying covered bodies of some of the victims of TWA flight 800. TWA Crash DNA expert Jack Ballantyne comments on how they used DNA to identify the victims. Councellor Shelly Cummings (ph) comments on how DNA can help women with cancer. 10:01:13 Campos voices over the stills of two children being held hostage by a man who has already shot and killed a man in Orlando, Florida. Still of the suspect John Armstrong. Video of police near the standoff site. 10:01:30 Campos voices over 1996-12-26 video of coroners carrying out the body of six-year-old JonBenet Ramsey who was found dead in her home. 10:02:30 Excerpt of Attorney General Janet Reno commenting on her differences with FBI Director Louis Freeh over her decision not to call for an independent counsel to look into campaign fundraising practices. 10:02:47 Campos voices over video of the Global Warming Summit in Kyoto, Japan. President William Clinton comments on a treaty agreed upon at the summit. 10:03:24 Campos voices over file video of Russian President Boris Yeltsin who was hospitalized for a respiratory ailment. 10:03:40 Campos voices over video of Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams walking into the residence of British Prime Minister Tony Blair. 10:04:17 Campos voices over video of investors on the Asian market in Hong Kong. 10:05:00 NBC's Jim Avila reports live from Paducah, Kentucky on the adult charges facing 14-year-old Michael Carneal for opening fire on his classmates killing three and injuring five. Video of police escorting Carneal, with a coat over his face, to an awaiting police car. McCraken County Sheriff Frank Augustus comments he thinks Carneal is a very intelligent boy. Black& white yearbook picture of Carneal. Attorney Jeralyn Merritt comments. Police standing near the cordoned off area of the high school hallway where the shooting took place. Attorney Robert McNeill comments on the crime. 10:10:55 NBC's Kelly O'Donnell reports live from Denver, Colorado on the trial of suspected bomber Terry Nichols. Stills of Nichols with his wife and child. Still of Nichols with his son and convicted bomber Timothy McVeigh. Video of Nichols' wife Mara Fay Nichols. Court sketches of Mara Fay on the stand. Video of a lake where the government is suggesting Nichols was making a bomb with McVeigh. NBC News legal consultant Larry Pozner comments. 1993-04-19 video of the Branch Davidian complex burning in Waco, Texas. 10:19:00 Quinn interviews Csaba Csere from New Jersey about"Car and Driver" magazine's top 10 cars. Video of various cars including Audis, BMW's, a Chevrolet Corvette, and a Dodge Intrepid. Csere explains how they choose the cars. Csere comments on the cars that were chosen for the top 10. 10:26:28 CNBC's Hampton Pearson reports on new laws aimed at making car leasing more clear to consumers. Video of customers at a car dealership. Federal Trade Commission's Jodie Bernstein comments. Video of a standardized form drawn up so that consumers can do comparitive shopping. Federal Trade Commission's David Medine comments. Florida Assistant Attorney General Jack Norris comments consumers must look at how much a car costs and not just the monthly payments. National Automobile Dealers Association's Frank McCarthy comments.