Originally aired: Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Ahmed Ressam, the would-be "millennium bomber" who was arrested with bomb-making materials in Port Angeles in December 1999, was sentenced this morning to 37 years in prison. KIRO Radio's Tim Haeck is at the courthouse. And the state teacher's union has asked a Lynnwood High School government teacher to remove from her classroom the campaign signs she uses for lessons. The union says they're trying to protect their teachers from potential Public Disclosure Commission fines. KIRO's Linda Thomas stops by to explain more. // A case of an unarmed man getting gunned down in his neighbor's "castle" is raising questions about a Montana law that gives homeowners permission to use force inside their own homes to protect themselves against perceived threats. // Indiana GOP Senate candidate Richard Mourdock says his comments on abortion were misunderstood. // Dave and Luke share your Magic Messages.