Thursday February 14, 2013
- Why couldn't Jake Locker run the option?
Brock Huard breaks downs whether Jake Locker would be a fit in a read-option offense.
- Bob Nightengale says Mariners have a bright future
Bob Nightengale of USA Today discusses Felix Hernandez’s contract and the clause surrounding his elbow. He also talks about the future of the Mariners.
- Brian Baldinger weighs in on Jadeveon Clowney and the NFL Draft
NFL Network’s Brian Baldinger chats with “Bob and Groz” about the possibility of South Carolina’s defensive end Jadeveon Clowney, sitting out for the 2013 season.
- Calabro on Stern's comments about Kings
Kevin Calabro joins Jim Moore, Danny O'Neil and Dave Wyman to discuss NBA Commissioner David Stern's statement about basketball in Sacramento and Seattle.
- The smallest cuts sting the most - ROTC program in jeopardy
Shelton High School's Navy Jr. ROTC program is slated to close in June. Last fall programs at Mariner High School and Issaquah also closed. Parents and cadets say the program provides valuable leadership and citizenship skills they don't learn elsewhere.
- Full time work, but still in poverty
President Obama calls for a raise in national minimum wage.
- Mother keeps daughter's memory alive with 'Marah Project'
After her daughter's death from a heroin overdose, longtime Seattle television journalist Penny LeGate found a special way to honor her memory. She's created a project to help other struggling teens get on a path to a better life.
- Joey Galloway on Seahawks needs at receiver
ESPN Analyst Joey Galloway tells "Brock and Salk" what college receivers might be a fit in Seattle.
- I guess we're all going to have to buy guns
I think this latest NRA manifesto is probably the best argument yet for the federal government to legalize pot.
- Pasch says Huskies are "in a tailspin"
ESPN's Dave Pasch joins "Brock and Salk" with his take on the Huskies recent struggles.
- Phil Watson of 2nd Amend. Foundation
Phil discusses what is happening in the gun debate
- Bill Nye says 45-meter asteroid coming near earth reason to be concerned
Asteroids headed toward earth are a popular plotline in movies, but those not well versed in the sciences might not know how to take news there's one coming near us in real-life. With the asteroid called 2012DA14 set to come close to earth Friday, The Luke Burbank Show called up Bill Nye the Science Guy, a guy known for his ability to explain science to us laymen.
- Dori gets really excited about his ant farm
For Christmas Dori got an ant farm from some neighbor boys and today he got to install the ants. He got really excited, and now they are the official mascot of the Dori Monson Show.
- Washington and Oregon testing out pay-per-mile fee program
Dori told you so! Parts of Oregon and southwest Washington are testing out a pay-per-mile program where the state tracks where you are at all times and makes you pay for every mile.
- KING 5 Investigator Susannah Frame brings us the latest Port of Seattle scandal
KING 5 Investigator Susannah Frame brings us the latest Port of Seattle scandal: improper use of state credit cards, and possible favoritism in port contracts.
- First Kisses: Horror Stories from the Mouths of KIRO Personalities
Luke Burbank, Don O'Neill & Libby Denkmann share their first kiss stories. All of which end in hilarious heartbreak.
- Officers forced to confront 'selfish' act of suicide by cop
Seattle police Sgt. Gabriel Shank had never shot anyone before. But standing just steps from the door of the East Precinct on Seattle's Capitol Hill he came very close. KIRO Radio's Brandi Kruse reports.
- Clayton: this year's draft fits Seahawks needs
John Clayton explains how there could be a variety of defensive talent available for the Seahawks, who are lacking at a few defensive positions, to draft this year.
- Ring My Belle: Woman sues Her College Over A C+ She Got 3 Years Ago!
1. NYC's mayor is proposing a ban on Styrofoam to-go containers. Seattle already has this ban! We win! But I swear my teriyaki came in one of those... 2. A woman is suing Lehigh University because she says the C+ grade she was given three years ago prevented her from getting the high paying career she wanted. 3. A New Jersey college student has created a 24/7 condom delivery service and it's big business.
- Remembering an idealist
Andrew talks to Justin Peters of Slate Magazine about Aaron Swartz, the internet genius who committed suicide last month