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  • 3-22-2019
    Edmonds teen battling cancer an inspiration to family, friends, and an Olympian
    Edmonds-Woodway High School student Emily Hood is facing what no teenager should have to deal with: an inoperable tumor on her brain stem, but her strength in coping has been an inspiration to her family and the community. Wrestling has been a big part of that.

  • 3-22-2019
    How Washington got the name 'Evergreen State'
    The Evergreen State is an often-used nickname for Washington, though without it being official. This moniker dates back to 1889, when Washington became a state. Historian Feliks Banel explains how a newspaperman turned real estate salesman spread the branding of the Evergreen State.

  • 3-22-2019
    CaliBurger Review
    Tom says burgers need to distinguish themselves from other burgers. Does CaliBurger do this? 

  • 3-22-2019
    Dave Teitzel
    The Edmonds City Councilman breaks down their surprising homeless situation. 

  • 3-22-2019
    Karan Dannenburg
    Karan Dannenburg Clothier relocated from Seattle to Bellevue after the homeless started to ruin her business while the city did nothing. 

  • 3-22-2019
    MOVIE REVIEW: Us
    Jason says it's more of a dark comedy than horror movie. 

  • 3-22-2019
    Naveed Jamali
    The Seattle City Council District 7 candidate has some questions for Seattle Attorney Pete Holmes after a woman was almost thrown from an overpass by a homeless, mentally ill man. 

  • 3-22-2019
    MyNorthwest Storytime
    Gee sits down with the writers of MyNorthwest.com to go over their favorite stories from the week.

  • 3-22-2019
    Rep. Denny Heck on release of Mueller report
    With news breaking Friday that special counsel Robert Mueller had submitted his long-awaited report on the Russia investigation, naturally, speculation has already run rampant. Commenting on that -- and what exactly Americans can expect to see from the report in the coming days -- was Washington Congressman Denny Heck.

  • 3-21-2019
    Deputy's killer was in US illegally
    Dori learned on Thursday that the man who gunned down a Kittitas County deputy on Tuesday was in the US illegally.   

  • 3-21-2019
    Dave Ross' musical tribute to Ichiro Suzuki
    Dave Ross composed a tribute to Mariners Ichiro Suzuki when he was first embarking on his career with the Seattle baseball team. As it became evident that Ichiro was retiring while playing in Tokyo March 21, 2019, Ross resurrected his musical tribute to the great player.

  • 3-21-2019
    Boeing to standardize key safety feature on 737 MAX
    Aviation expert Richard Aboulafia spoke with Seattle's Morning News on the 737 MAX's optional safety features. 

  • 3-21-2019
    WSU's Mike Leach on spring football and pretty much everything else
    WSU Cougars football coach Mike Leach, a favorite of the show, calls in from Pullman to discuss a little bit of football and a whole lot of potpourri in another entertaining and wide-ranging interview with Danny, Dave and Moore.

  • 3-21-2019
    ESPN's Tim Kurkjian with Bob, Groz, and Tom
    ESPN Baseball Analyst, Tim Kurkjian joins Bob, Groz, and Tom to discuss the retirement and legacy of Ichiro.

  • 3-21-2019
    Caleb Heimlich
    The State GOP Chair breaks down the hypocrisy and politics behind the Democrats passing through the senate a measure that would keep President Trump off the ballot should he not release his tax returns. 

  • 3-21-2019
    Chevy Swanson
    The UW College Republican President joins Jason live from DC after being invited to President Trump's announcment on free speech in universities. 

  • 3-21-2019
    Tom Tangney On Jordan Peele's "Us"
    KIRO's own movie expert, Tom Tangney sits down with Gee to talk about Jordan Peele's newest cinematic enterprise.

  • 3-21-2019
    Seattle City Council Candidate Ann Davison-Sattler
    Seattle City Council Candidate Ann Davison-Sattler is running against Debora Juarez. She weighs in on the viral video of the council dismissing a concerned Seattleite.

  • 3-21-2019
    Entrepreneur of the Week: Cellist Nathan Chan
    Our Entrepreneur of the Week is cellist Nathan Chan. He is the youngest tenured member of the Seattle Symphony.

  • 3-21-2019
    Following up on 'prolific' homeless criminal study
    Back in February, a study was published detailing a sample size of some of King County's most prolific homeless criminal offenders. Since that report, almost half of the offenders in that study have already been booked back into jail.  

  • 3-20-2019
    Lt. Col. Oliver North interview, Part 2
    Part 2 of Lt. Col Oliver North's chat with Dori Monson. 

  • 3-20-2019
    Lt. Col. Oliver North talks new laws in Washington State, Part 1
    Retired Lt. Col. Oliver North joined the Dori Monson show to talk about the 2020 field of Democratic presidential candidates, and to go over new gun laws in Washington state.

  • 3-20-2019
    How Anacortes journalists shaped their town and the Northwest
    Anacortes’ early aspirations – and disappointments – are just a few of the fascinating elements of a new exhibit at the Anacortes Museum and a new online archive of the first three decades of the city’s long-running newspaper. Historian Feliks Banel explains how journalists helped to shape the town of Anacortes, and the region.

  • 3-20-2019
    Mariners LHP Marco Gonzales talks about his first Opening Day start
    Mariners left-hander Marco Gonzales joins Brock and Salk on the phone from Tokyo to talk about earning the win in the first Opening Day start of his career in a 9-7 Seattle victory over the A's.