Originally aired: Friday, July 6, 2012
Some opponents of Seattle's proposed arena plan say the city faces a lawsuit if it goes forward. Chris Hansen, the man behind the plan, is starting to show some frustration. // International soccer is going to try using special technology to help refs tell if a ball went into the goal or not. 710 ESPN's Bill Swartz joins us with some background on this technology, and where other sports draw the line between robots and humans when it comes to calling plays. // Dave joins the chorus of people applauding Seventeen magazine's decision to no longer airbrush images of girls and women. // A deadbeat dad is lured back into the state he fled after a bounty hunter promised him a role in a Jennifer Aniston film. The whole thing was a ploy to get him back to Pennsylvania, where it's illegal to flee the state to avoid paying support. // A man tries to claim $20,000 in insurance money after his cat allegedly died in a car accident. He was denied for several reasons, including the fact that his cat did not exist.