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Ross and Burbank

December 5, 2012 - Hour: 2

Originally aired: Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Two Bellevue police officers have been disciplined - one demoted, the other suspended for 30 days - for confronting and verbally abusing a Seattle police officer who stopped them for littering outside of CenturyLink field. Dave and Luke read the officer's apologies. And a new video shows Israel Keyes describing how he selected victims. // Bob Costas has clarified his comments on gun control saying he made a mistake, violating his own rule of not trying to compress a nuanced topic into small bit of air time. // ROSS COLORED GLASSES: Bill O'Reilly isn't happy with the ratio of liberal college professors compared to conservative college professors. (48 percent to 17 percent according to the survey O'Reilly sites.) So he says there should be a a balance of ideological thought in the classroom ... kind of affirmative action for conservative thought on campus. // Cornell is one of the last universities in the country to require a swimming test to graduate. Dave recalls his swim test. It doesn't involve a bathing suit. Starbucks says it plans to open 1500 new stores in the U.S. in the next 5 years.

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