Date: Thu December 6, 2012
Show: Ross and Burbank
Marijuana is now legal. And hundreds of King County residents made history this morning by getting some of the state's first-ever marriage licenses for same-sex couples. KIRO Radio's Chris Sullivan was there, and he joins us. // The Syrian military has loaded chemical weapons into aerial bombs and is awaiting final orders from President Bashar al-Assad on whether to use them. Sec. of State Hillary Clinton warned Assad against using chemical weapons, saying doing so would be crossing a "red line." We talk to CBS military analyst Mike Lyons. // New details are out in the case of the Bellevue cops who verbally abused a Seattle police officer outside a Seahawks game: they were drunk. Real drunk. When asked how much alcohol she had consumed, the utilities worker with them told investigators she had a Bloody Mary, a shot of whiskey, a beer, a glass of wine and three "pink panty droppers." // John McAfee has been arrested for illegally entering Guatemala. Guatemalan police say they plan to send him back to Belize, which he fled after police there wanted him for questioning in his neighbor's murder.
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