Date: Fri March 8, 2013
Show: Ross and Burbank
The Labor Department said this morning 236,000 jobs were created in February and the unemployment rate dropped to 7.7 percent from 7.9 percent. // More details are emerging about what happened when a Brier woman was attacked and killed by a lion at an animal park in California. The 550-pound lion used its paw to lift a partially open door and escape a smaller cage before attacking and killing Dianna Hanson, who was cleaning a larger enclosure. // Washington state lawmakers are looking at a proposal to let underage students taste alcohol in college classes. James O'Keefe has agreed to pay $100,000 and apologize to a former ACORN employee featured in a 2009 O'Keefe sting video. In the state of California, it's illegal to film someone without his or her permission. // A flower shop in Richland, Washington, is refusing to do business for a same-sex wedding. This could become the state's first big test of its anti-discrimination law since voters approved gay marriage last fall.
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