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Dave Ross and Colleen O'Brien get you connected first thing in the morning. They tell you what happened while you were sleeping, how are stories developing and what you can expect when you walk out your front door.

Friday, May 29, 2015

Thursday, May 28, 2015

  • 'You don't get to assault police officers'
    Bremerton Police Chief Steve Strachan discusses his recent column about police-related shootings.
  • Which taxes are likely to pass as legislators discuss the budget
    Which taxes are likely to pass as legislators discuss the budget.
  • May 28, 2015
    Today on Seattle's Morning News; Bremerton Chief Steve Strachan published an opinion piece in the Kitsap Sun. Headline: You don't get go assault police officers. Apparently, we are very alone in our blasť attitude towards unread emails. A 2012 study found that 70 percent of work emails were attended to within 6 seconds.

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

  • Seattle parents, principal outraged by city's cut to school grant
    The city of Seattle has sharply cut an education grant to a Seattle elementary school because the principal is leaving, prompting outrage in the community.
  • May 27, 2015
    Today on Seattle's Morning News; Rick Santorum is expected to announce his run for the White House this afternoon. We go live to DC and Steven Portnoy. No longer science fiction. Missiles capable of using a pulse to knock out the enemy's electronics are apparently more than real, and Boeing is right in the middle of it. Chris Sullivan reports.

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Monday, May 25, 2015

  • May 25, 2015
    Today on Seattle's Morning News; Dave spoke with Fred Shiosaki, a man who was too Japanese to fight for American in WWII, and too American to fight for Japan. Josh Kerns looked into the auto-immune disease research being done in Seattle.

Friday, May 22, 2015

  • WSDOT's recommended travel times for Memorial Day weekend
    When will you take off for the weekend?
  • May 22, 2015
    Today on Seattle's Morning News; Now, computers and smartphones mean we're available to work 24/7. Even though the promise was that computers would cut down our time at work, but research shows it has made it longer. Josh Kerns caught up with the man who runs the social media for the Mariners.
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