KIRO Radio On Assignment: A property owner says Snohomish County is making her pay for a 404-thousand dollar oversight. Josh Kerns says veterinarians are mad about a plan being considered in King County to force them to turn over their vaccination records so the county can track down pet owners who don't license their pets. Lottery spokesman Arlen Harris talked with Dave Ross about why Washingtonians never win big. The Seattle Police have released a new force policy manual. Chris Sullivan has details. Three follow-up stories: Seahawks noise record, construction on the Highway 99 tunnel in Seattle, and investigation into this week's deadly shooting at the Washington Navy Yard in D-C.