One of the smallest school districts in Washington becomes the first in the nation to test a new app designed to notify a community immediately when a school lockdown is needed, and act to secure the building. The decades-old controversy over advertising targeted specifically at kids is flaring up again in the classroom. Dan Restione explores this. Brandi Kruse reports on the Puyallup Police Department which has come under fire for holding what's been called personal "peep shows" inside the Puyallup jail. A local woman gets her cooking ingredients from the side of the road or her backyard. Rachel Belle spoke with the author of a foraging cookbook. A couple of property owners have sued the city to gain control of a public accessway to Lake Washington in Northeast Seattle. Josh Kerns reports. The state charter school commission has decided in a bit more detail what they'll be looking for in the state's first charter schools. Kim Shepard has details.