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'Suck on this' T-shirt won't stop kids in Pierce County from lighting up

A mom panicked when two teenage boys came up to her daughters at the Pierce County Fair and gave them T-shirts with the phrase "suck on this."

Making a case for riding the bus

Andrew Walsh used to ride the bus every day, and the KIRO Radio host still would but it just doesn't work within his schedule.

Ending the war on drugs? Feds want to relax laws for low-level drug crimes

With the U.S. facing massive overcrowding in its prisons, Attorney General Eric Holder called Monday for major changes to the nation's criminal justice system that would scale back the use of harsh sentences for certain drug-related crimes.

What a broken taillight says about you

The condition of your car might say more about you than you realize.

New Britain Rock Cats fake a marriage proposal to increase their ticket sales

The New Britain Rock Cats minor league baseball team admits they had two employees pretend to be a part of a marriage proposal gone wrong.

Quantity vs. Quality: Study shows we're divided on a longer lifespan

A new scientific study has brought up the question: How long do you want to live? Every six years the average U.S. life span expands by a year, according to the U.S. Census.

TSA can keep expanding, just don't make us wait in line

It must be hard being a TSA officer. The Transportation Security Administration is oft despised for its slow security lines at the airport, and its practices deemed invasive with pat-downs and full-body scans.

Would you eat lab grown hamburger? You could soon have the chance

Would you pay $300,000 for a burger that's all beef but doesn't need all the land and feed to raise a cow? That's how much researchers say it cost them to come up with the world's first real hamburger grown entirely in the laboratory.

Spelling always counts, especially on 'Jeopardy!'

Eighth grader Thomas Hurley III spells 'Emancipation Proclamation' wrong when answering a question regarding Abraham Lincoln on TV show 'Jeopardy!' The boy was crushed when finding out he was incorrect, costing him $3,000.

John Curley: I don't get Seafair

Around 115,000 fans turned out for Seafair over the weekend, but numbers were down from what organizers expected. Some blamed the absence of the Blue Angels, but even with the Blues streaking through the sky, the festival isn't a big enough draw for KIRO Radio's John Curley.

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