John and Tom talk about what's coming up in the show. Plus, GOP divided: A small but growing group of House Republicans is increasingly worried about the fallout from the government shutdown. They say it's time for Speaker John Boehner to allow a simple vote on a spending bill. // Seattle police have identified six people suspected in a recent hazing incident involving Garfield High School students. No arrests have been made. Linda Thomas talked to a former Garfield student about his experience with hazing. // Chris Sullivan reports that whether residents wants to accept it or not, Washington state is in a major competition from the rest of the nation to keep aerospace companies like Boeing. // The treasury department has reimbursed a Montana man after his dog ate 5 $100 bills. "I opened [the letter from the treasury dept.] and thought 'holy s--t ... I gave Sundance a pat, showed it to him and told him not to eat it."