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Dori Monson: We need a leader to save us from Seattle tunnel big dig nightmare

It was announced this week that there is yet another delay for the Seattle tunnel. This is something that affects everybody who is listening, because everybody in the state is going to be on the hook for this thing.

Why one listener would vote no on new monorail proposal

Proposition 2 is slated to be on Seattle's November ballot and would again establish a new city transportation authority with the power to levy property taxes and license fees as well as issue revenue bonds, in order to study whether a monorail would be feasible in Seattle. But we have at least one listener who won't be going for it.

How KIRO Radio hosts will vote on Seattle's parks proposition

Seattleites are passionate about their parks and Proposition 1 on the August 5 primary ballot has tempers flared, so we asked our local talk show hosts (and one non-resident who's merely dedicated to dissecting local politics) what they think about a Parks District.

Dori Monson: How to resolve strife in Middle East and get a Seattle tunnel built

I have really shocking news for all the taxpayers of our region. We are just getting word that the repair of the Bertha tunnel is falling behind schedule. But I don't just like pointing out bad news. I have a solution.

Long-time Seattle radio host Bob Rivers announces retirement

Bob Rivers thanked his listeners as he announced his retirement on his Monday morning radio show on KJR.

Video: Dog so excited by owners return it passes out

Dogs really are man's best friend. Look what happened when this dog's best friend returned home after two years away.

Problem ballots leaving bad taste with voters figuratively and literally

Some problems with ballots in King County are leaving people with a bad taste in their mouths, literally and figuratively.

Boeing CEO apologizes for saying he'll keep workers 'cowering'

Boeing CEO Jim McNerney has apologized for saying he won't retire after turning 65 because "the heart will still be beating, the employees will still be cowering."

Will Motley Crue create another White River Amphitheater traffic nightmare?

Complaints continue pouring in from concertgoers who got stuck in hours-long traffic trying to get to the White River Amphitheater last weekend. And with another big show Sunday, there are fears of a repeat of the ordeal that kept many from the show.

Ted Nugent defended comments that got his Northwest shows canceled

The Puyallup Indian tribe says it doesn't want right-wing rocker Ted Nugent performing at its casino Aug. 2 and 3 after pressure from critics who blast the Motor City Madman for "racist and hate-filled remarks."

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