Hundreds of people last night packed a city council hearing on raising the minimum wage. The conversation was the same as it has been. // Ken Griffey was on ESPN yesterday to talk about his partnership with UpperDeck. It was obvious Griffey didn't want to be there. John and Tom consider whether fans should expect athletes to be nice and polite. // Crimea's parliament voted unanimously today to join Russia. John and Tom talk with Mike Lyons, CBS News military correspondent. He thinks Putin is done moving troops around. // Chrysler is ordering South Puget Sound Community College to destroy a 1992 Viper the company donated years ago to the college's automotive program. The order comes after two other educational Vipers were involved in accidents. Students say it's like putting down the family pet.