Tuesday October 15, 2013
- On Assignment: State patrol investigating Lake Forest Park city council candidate
Lake Forest Park city council candidate Alan Kiest is under investigation by the Washington State Patrol after a female employee said he pursued an inappropriate relationship with her that began with an invitation to take her to an "alternate universe." KIRO Radio's Brandi Kruse also uncovered allegations of discrimination against Kiest during a two-month long "On Assignment" investigation.
This whole shutdown was about people who felt forced into Obamacare. And yet, there has always been an exemption for anyone who wants it.
- The code students should know before graduating
Microsoft thinks its time to shake up what students are learning in this way - Microsoft wants every student to have the opportunity to learn how to write computer code. Microsoft's Executive Vice President and General Counsel Brad Smith joins The Morning News.
- Boze on Obama's B-o-l-o-g-n-a
The President passing out bologna...in more ways than one
- John Curley: attended regularly, contributed little
John Curley tells a story about a “famous” relative who wasn’t quite as famous as his family thought.
- Army allegedly labels Christian group as terrorists
An anonymous soldier emailed Fox News saying he was at Camp Shelby in Mississippi when he first heard the Army had listed the American Family Association alongside the Ku Klux Klan, the Black Panthers, the Nation of Islam and Neo-Nazis.
- A setback for Seahawks right tackle Breno Giacomini?
Brock Huard and Danny O'Neil discuss when the Seahawks will have right tackle Breno Giacomini.
- The Huddle - Hour 1
A special edition of The Huddle with "Brock and Danny" and Dave Wyman. The guys are joined by Hall of Famer Warren Moon, and preview the Cardinals with Darren Urban of azcardinals.com.
- The nation isn't as divded as we think
A new survey says Americans aren't as divided as the media would make it appear.
- The Huddle - Hour 2
The Huddle rolls on from the VMAC - In this hour the guys look at what challenges the Cardinals present to the Seahawks, and listen live to Russell Wilson's weekly press conference.
- Brock & Danny: How to recover, in football and in opera
Brock & Danny break down the obstacles before Thursday night's game.
- Halloween a nearly $ 7 billion industry
Americans who participate in Halloween will spend an average of about $75 this year on parties, decorations, candy and haunted houses.
- How tough is too tough for a youth coach?
A school board's decision to keep a high school boy's basketball coach accused of verbally abusing, shoving players, and using the F-bomb, has people arguing over whether this is a case of a coach taking things too far or a case of kids needing to toughen up. Former JV Camas High JV Coach Larry Crafton joins us to talk about the coach in question, Skyler Gillispie.
- Ingredient of the Week: Lamb
Spring lambs are showing up in grocery stores for the fall, and with many cuts and ways to cook, it's a very versatile meat.
- Steve Mariucci evaluates Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson
NFL Network analyst and former head coach Steve Mariucci tells "Brock and Danny" his impressions of Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and explains why Wilson is a good fit for the West Coast offense.
- Darren Urban previews the Cardinals' offense
Darren Urban of azcardinals.com joins "Brock and Danny" to discuss Arizona quarterback Carson Palmer and how he fits into the teams' offense.
- Clare Farnsworth predicts Percy Harvin's return
Clare Farnsworth from Seahawks.com joins "The Huddle" to talk about how and when wide receiver Percy Harvin will return to the field.
- Let's Have Dinner and Talk About Death
Seattle's Michael Hebb has created a platform called Let's Have Dinner and Talk About Death to encourage friends, families and community members to get together and talk about all aspects of death: getting a living will, fears about dying, last wishes. He thinks it's the most important conversation that America isn't having.
- Ring My Belle: From the People Who Gave Us "Friday" ... Comes The New Worst Song: "Chinese Food!"
1. A 17 year old high school senior was suspended for 5 days and demoted from her role as captain of the volleyball team after she picked up a drunk friend at a party. 2. Some people who parked at the ranger station in Olympic National Park were ticketed $125 for entering the park during the shutdown. 3. The guy who wrote and produced Rebecca Black's "Friday" and the equally cringe-worthy "Thanksgiving" is back with a new pre-teen non-hit: "Chinese Food."