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In Oak Park, Michigan... they don't like vegetable gardens...

Fox News Radio's Todd Starnes is covering the story, and spoke with Charlie at WOWO in Fort Wayne, IN...

Todd, what's the deal here:

"A lady and her husband had to dig up the sewer line in the front yard. And so when they put the yard back together again... they decided - you know what? What don't we just plant a garden?"

Ok... so the couple landscaped, and put a boxed garden in their front yard...

No big deal, right???

"A few days later - the city came by and said - Hey look. You can't do that. That's not what we want to see in your front yard."

According to Starnes - the neighborhood actually likes the garden!

So really - what does the city want?

"They only want what they call "suitable live plant material" in the front yard"

...clearly that does not include tomatoes and peppers.

And as for the woman - Julie Bass - well she's has already been charged with a misdemeanor and could spend up to 93 days in jail over her garden. She says that she plans to fight this.

Buzzing right along...

Remember Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry? The one who was killed in December 2010 while patrolling an area near Tucson - at the hands of an illegal immigrant?

Well.. it turns out - that after tracing the gun that killed Terry, it may very well be tied to Operation Fast and Furious... which is a weapons trafficking program run by our own Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives...

His family, wants justice... and according to the family's attorney - that may very well include suing the Federal Government.

Will we see this come to trial?

"The facts are going to come out - about this - but as far a trial for the murder of a Federal Border Agent - I gotta believe this is the last thing they'd want to have play out publicly."

Former Federal Prosecutor Pat Woodward - speaking with Jack and Ted at WFLA in Tampa...

So Pat - do you think they'll settle with the family?

"Yeah, I mean as far as admission... it's the kind of thing where certainly we don't want the Department of Justice admitting liability... you know - it's one of those things where you have a monetary settlement without admissions of liability."

I don't think this will be the last we hear of this story... or others like it.

I'm Jessica Curtis - and that's your Talk Radio Buzz, from Fox News Radio.