Originally aired: Wednesday, June 13, 2012
The city of Lynwood is reconsidering its red-light-camera program. Red light cameras bring in huge amounts of money for the city, but supporters say that's not why they want to keep them. KIRO's Chris Sullivan joins us with a preview of tonight's public meeting on the issue. // Some researchers say the most popular TV shows used to focus on themes of family and community, while now they focus on fame and self-importance. What does this say about - and how does this impact - our culture? // ROSS-COLORED GLASSES: The average cost of a four year education is up 15%. We hear the anger of one student, and John explains why he thinks we need to get the government out of higher ed. // You think Seattle has an anarchist problem? 183 people were arrested for violent riots in Warsaw after a soccer match against Russia yesterday. And the game ended in a TIE! (Imagine if it were a blowout.) // Speaking of Seattle riots: Police have released photos of suspects in the May 1st downtown vandalism.