Here’s the latest edition of Some Stories You Won't Find on any other Sunday show:
It was been quite a week for PETA (search) — People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.
First the group convinced the Mercedes Benz car company to save up to 15 cowhides per car by offering non-leather seats on some of its priciest models.
Then, after years of burning fur coats and tossing red paint on people who wear them, PETA decided to give away furs to homeless people here in Washington. The group said — it turns out — fur coats actually help keep people warm.
Food for Thought
A Wyoming health department study shows that 57 percent of state residents are overweight, or obese (search). But if any of them develop health problems, suing restaurants and ranchers may not be an option.
The Wyoming House voted this week to protect people who supply or serve food from the lawsuits of people who overeat.