Date: Tue December 11, 2012
Show: Ross and Burbank
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. We talk to Perry Cooper about possible ways the port might get that money back. // Utah investigators handling the Susan Powell case are beginning to examine her father-in-law's cell phone. The AP reports some 4,500 images of her -- many taken without her knowledge -- turned up on Steven Powell's computer. // Two conservative Democrats in the Washington state senate have jumped ship and joined the Republicans to form a majority coalition. Sen. Rodney Tom of Bellevue joins us. // 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. // Dave and Luke share your Magic Messages.
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