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December 11, 2012 - Hour: 1

Originally aired: Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Some lucky drivers parking at Sea/Tac were never charged for parking. The port recently discovered some of their credit card machines weren't working. A state audit now finds the Port of Seattle lost almost $400,000 in parking revenue. // The small city of Pacific is still a city. For now. The city council Monday delayed a vote on whether to ask the neighboring city of Auburn annex them. King County is also taking steps to keep vital services going should Pacific lose its liability insurance. KIRO Radio's Chris Sullivan has the background on the story. // The father of an 11-year-old boy accused of trying to carjack a woman in a church parking lot in Portland, Ore., says his son was running with the wrong crowd and he is trying to get his son on the right path. // A Longview man whose daughter falsely accused him of raping her says he forgives his daughter and doesn't think she should be punished.

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