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A Pastorís idea on solving the cityís homeless problem

Originally aired: Thursday, August 1, 2013

While the downtown association says there aren't enough police officers, many complain there are too many homeless people. Pastor Sandy Brown with First United Methodist Church near Seattle Center talked with Dave Ross. Two of the largest unions in our state are coming out of the background to explain how they think their employee unions are still necessary today. Hollywood is set on making a Hillary Clinton movie. And a TV show. And another TV show. Tom Tangney takes a look at what to expect in 2014. But the 31-year-old was back in a courtroom yesterday, charged with drunk driving a decade after killing two people in a drunk driving accident. Brandi Kruse has been following her story. A statewide vote on Initiative 522 will decide if foods and seeds containing GMOs should be labeled at grocery and home and garden stores. Rachel Belle has the story.

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