Date: Thu February 28, 2013
Show: Luke Burbank Show
Is the bag ban causing more theft? // A school in Massachusetts is catching flack for sending home fat letters to parents who's kid scored a certain number on a body mass index. Luke, Tom, Bryan and Chris check their body mass index. A Federal Way school bus driver is catching heat for wearing one ear-bud headphone while she was picking up kids. A concerned mom says, "I question everything (about the bus) now … the trust has just broken down." // CRIMES AND MISDEMEANORS: An Indiana man called 911 nine times to request a cheeseburger. It turned out to be a bad idea. Police realized the man had a warrant out for his arrest, and they nabbed him. The world's most heartless thief stole about $800 in product donations from a Marysville Girl Scout troop. They were hoping to sell the goods to help pay for a trip to Europe. The porn-wielding, cop impersonating bandit has been arrested. He was caught after bragging about his exploits to passengers on a metro bus. And a story just doesn't seem to want to end. Now the union that represents Rayshawn Neely, the PG&E worker who was run down by a crazed Tacoma man, is giving hitchhiker Kai an all-expenses paid surfing trip. // Boeing's technical workers will have to re-vote on the same contract they rejected after Boeing declined to accept any of the union's proposals. Engineers have already accepted the new offer. We check back in with Steven, a Boeing technical worker who voted against the last strike. Your turn, my turn.
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