Date: Tue November 20, 2012
Show: Ross and Burbank
Yesterday's rain really was unprecedented, so Luke was right about that. // Hostess is sitting down with its labor union and a mediator today to talk about staying in business. Luke says that if the Twinkie company can't sell its iconic cakes to fat Americans, itís doing something very wrong. // Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn joins us to talk about concerns over the seawall reconstruction. Waterfront business owners say the work can hurt their businesses if they city doesnít delay construction until October. // Neighbors of the Woodland Park Zoo are complaining about a new attraction that could be so popular that it brings many guests to the zoo this holiday season. Can you choose to live by a public venue then complain when the venue hosts something that attracts visitors? We talk to Diane Duthweiler, president of the Phinney Ridge Community Council, about her complaints. // The wife of an Army general accused of all kinds of infidelities is defending her husband and says military wives have to put up with unfaithful husbands in order to keep their families together.
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