Friday, February 5, 2016
- David Axelrod on the New Hampshire Primary
Former Obama chief strategist David Axelrod weighs in on Clinton, Sanders, and Trump
- Seattle's Morning News Highlights - February 5, 2016
David Axelrod on Campaign 2016; John Dickerson on the Democratic Debate; this year's legislative session is half over, Sarah Lerner reports; Mayor Ed Murray and WA State Senator Mark Miloscia on homelessness in Seattle; Tom Tangney reviews "Hail Caesar"; Sports Insider Danny O'Neill.
Thursday, February 4, 2016
- Ross and McKenna Conversation on the Seattle Jungle murders
Can a mother be charged for sending her armed sons to collect a drug debt? Former WA Attorney General Rob McKenna joins us
- Families of 'Jungle' shooting victims might try to put Seattle on the hook
It wouldn't come as a shock to former Attorney General Rob McKenna if the families of the people killed in The Jungle tried to find a way to blame the City of Seattle.
- Steven Portnoy on Rubio's "Marcomentum"
New numbers show Senator Rubio's support surging after Iowa. CBS's Steven Portnoy joins us live
- Why won't doctors prescribe a drug that could help curb heroin epidemic?
Many doctors won't prescribe drug that could help curb heroin epidemic
- Seattle's Morning New Highlights - February 4, 2016
Steven Portnoy on Election 2016; Traffic Chokepoint: upcoming Marysville closures, plus possible changes for 405 toll lanes; UW study on a planet's "habitability" ranking; Sports Insider Danny O'Neill; heroin and addition treatment, Josh Kerns reports; homelessness and KOA campgrounds.
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
- Proponents make the case to purchase Seattle's bike-sharing program
The City of Seattle is considering purchasing the Pronto! bike sharing service for $1.4 million. This is the information the council is working with.
- Maj. Mike Lyons on US moves in Europe and the female draft
Major Mike Lyons updates us on the US heavy weapons in eastern Europe and the possibility of females joining the draft
- Can you will away a migraine?
New research out of Seattle Children's Hospital applies behavioral therapy to treat migraines.
- Seattle's Morning News Highlights - February 3, 2016
The heroin epidemic and the Jungle killings; Sports Insider Danny O'Neill on Ryan Murphy; the latest on the failing Pronto bike-sharing program; new migraine research; historian Feliks Banel on the anniversary of the J.P. Patches Show; Retired Army Major Mike Lyons on women in combat.
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
- Jake Vigdor on the first UW minimum wage report
UW Prof Jake Vigdor heads the 5-year study on Seattle's minimum wage. He brings us the results in their first report
- David Fahrenthold on Cruz's Iowa win
The Washington Post's David Fahrenthold joins us from snowy Des Moines, where Donald Trump has lost some of his thunder
- Seattle's Morning News Highlights - February 2, 2016
Drone update!; UW minimum wage study; Steven Portnoy live in Iowa; Traffic Chokepoint: 405 shoulder; Seattle's failing bike-sharing program Pronto; Sports Insider Danny O'Neill; David Fahrenthold in Iowa.
Monday, February 1, 2016
- Dr. Aditya Chopra on why we never get alien visitors
Dr. Aditya Chopra explains the "gaian bottleneck" theory of life on other planets