March 26, 2015 Today on Seattle's Morning News: We've established WHAT happened on Tuesday afternoon, when a capsized fish truck on Highway 99 stunned Seattle traffic. Historian and KCTS producer Feliks Banel joins us in the studio to look back at what happened in Seattle 15 years ago today. The Kingdome was demolished.
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
March 25, 2015 Today on Seattle's Morning News; Seattle learned a very hard lesson last night. A lesson we have been preaching for a while. This region is one accident away from a total shutdown of the transportation system.Another new parking law enforced before the US Open. University Place Mayor pro tem Javier Igueroa spoke with Jason Rantz about the citizens complaining to the media rather than to him.
Monday, March 23, 2015
March 23, 2015 Today on Seattle's Morning News; Here it comes again. Another weekend closure of I-90 is on the way. Chris Sullivan has a chokepoint. Dan Restione looked into some research being done in Paris and at UW about replacing bad memories with happy ones. Sports Insiders: Lloyd thinks his guys have their man muscles, not puppy muscles.
Friday, March 20, 2015
March 20, 2015 Today on Seattle's Morning News; Representative of Mill Creek Mark Harmsworth joins us to discuss the 405 tolling. Dave and Colleen took a trip to see Ciscoe Morris at his jungle of a home.
Thursday, March 19, 2015
March 19, 2015 Today on Seattle's Morning News; There's a 900-million dollar pricetag for Seattle Mayor Ed Murray's plans for streets and sidewalks.Major Mike Lyons has detials about the terror attack on Tunesia.The tolls are going to be steep, and the HOV requirements are changing on 405 between Bellevue and Lynnwood. Chris Sullivan has the latest on the express tolls.
March 18, 2015 Today on Seattle's Morning News; A year after the worst disaster in Snohomish County history, Libby Denkmann caught up with Dayn Brunner for a firsthand account of that harrowing search.Seattle is one of the host cities for March Madness. Josh Kerns tells us what it will take for Seattle to host more major events.
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
March 17, 2015 Today on Seattle's Morning News; It didn't take long for the punches to start flying in the plans to unionize Boeing's factory in South Carolina.A new bill in Olympia would allow bikes to run the red light AFTER waiting to see if the light will change. Chris Sullivan reports. Josh Kerns has been following a new efforts to do something about the skyrocketing rent in Seattle.
Monday, March 16, 2015
March 16, 2015 Today on Seattle's Morning News; A kick-starter campaign for the first shirts feature dinosaurs and rocket ships, for girls. Colleen has an idea to get them to their fundraising goal of $45-thousand dollars. Should development be allowed without adding the road capacity to handle it? Chris Sullivan has the chokepoint. In Olympia, the House has passed a bill to change Washington's equal pay law.
March 13, 2015 Today on Seattle's Morning News; We know there are people here and in the UK, who choose to leave their homes to join extremist ranks in Syria and Iraq. What we don't really know is why. But here's one possibility.Dan Restione tells us about some local people who are anxious about living in an area recognized as a "Hub of Innovation."Tom Tangney reviews the "Cinderella" remake.
Thursday, March 12, 2015
March 12, 2015 Today on Seattle's Morning News; All westbound lanes of 520 are going to be closed this weekend for construction. Chris Sullivan has the chokepoint. How ISIS terrorists have been able to "monetize" their videos on YouTube.
Wednesday, March 11, 2015
March 11, 2015 Today on Seattle's Morning News; Matt Granite has the best Spring deals.All cell phone use in cars, with the exception of with a hands-free device, would be illegal under a bill passed by the state Senate yesterday.Bed bug reports are on the rise in Seattle. Libby Denkmann is confronting the pests firsthand.
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
March 10, 2015 Today on Seattle's Morning News; Josh Kerns got a rare opportunity to see Bertha up close at the rescue pit.Chris Sullivan has a couple of updates for us in this morning's Chokepoints.
It turns out, you might just be raising a little narcissist instead. Researcher Eddie Brummelman spoke with us from the Netherlands where he conducted the study at the University of Amsterdam.
Monday, March 9, 2015
March 9, 2015 Today on Seattle's Morning News; Huge changes are coming this week for 99 drivers between the Aurora Bridge and downtown. Chris Sullivan has a chokepoint. CBS political analyst Steven Portnoy has an update on Hillary Clinton's private emails.