Friday, July 24, 2015
- Police can now smash your car windows without fear of being sued
Most, but not all dog owners can tell you that you should never, ever leave a pet inside a car under the hot sun, which is why the state passed new laws giving officers permission smash out windows and save Fido.
- July 24, 2015 - Hour: 1
Seattle's Morning News Highlights: New dog law; the LEGO Kid; Michael Medved reviews Pixels; Sports Insider Mike Salk; Dave Cohen in Lafayette on the movie theater shooting; Bill Harwood on the newly-discovered Earth-like planet.
Thursday, July 23, 2015
- Puget Sound development is booming, but will it survive the 'Big One?'
When the ground starts shaking, cranes won't be falling out of the sky.
- Rob McKenna predicts courtroom disputes over Bertha
Bertha may have a new timeline in place to complete a four-lane tunnel underneath Seattle's waterfront, but skepticism over the machine's ability to get the job done isn't gone.
- July 23, 2015 - Hour: 1
Seattle's Morning News Highlights: Rob McKenna with a Bertha update; Shell and oil drilling; earthquakes and cranes; Chris Sullivan's latest Chokepoint; cops posing as panhandlers; Feliks Banel on the 2009 heat wave.
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
- Islamic Seattle family hopes for no-interest home loans
The City of Seattle isn't doing anything to help Muslims buy homes, at least not yet. But some have hope.
- July 22, 2015 - Hour: 1
Seattle's Morning New Highlights: Boeing's earnings; Searching for extra-terrestrials; MacGyver is coming back; McCleary decision; Christopher Budd on hacking planes; Muslim housing report with Sara Lerner.
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
- How Seattle is becoming a gateway to the final frontier
Space, the final frontier, may have only been something relegated to TV and films in the past. But what was once science fiction is quickly becoming science fact. And the Seattle area is at the forefront.
- Rent control goes up for debate in Seattle
Republican Matt Manweller and development lobbyist Roger Valdez met with Seattle council members Nick Lacata and Kshama Sawant to discuss the merits and faults of rent control.
- July 21, 2015 - Hour: 1
Seattle's Morning News Highlights: Tacoma's minimum wage; Jeff Bezos wants to put people in space; rent control debate; Sports Insider Mike Salk; 2016 campaign update with David Fahrenthold; Chokepoint with Chris Sullivan; Seattle garbage lawsuit.
Monday, July 20, 2015
- July 20, 2015 - Hour: 1
Seattle's Morning News highlights: Multi-vehicle pile-up in Mount Vernon; Jill Schlesinger on the economy; the benefits of cursing; millions may have Hep C and not know it; Christopher Budd on hacking during vacations; Sports Insider Danny O'Neil; "pregnancy centers" outnumber abortion clinics.
Sunday, July 19, 2015
- Drug makers under fire for pricing of new Hepatitis C drugs despite dramatic results
Is a drug maker within its rights to charge nearly $100,000 for a new Hepatitis C treatment.
Friday, July 17, 2015
- July 17, 2015 - Hour: 1
Seattle's Morning News Highlights: Chris Sullivan on the Bertha timeline; Tom Tangney reviews the movie Ant Man; Seattle's new composting law; John Dickerson on the Iran nuclear deal; Jack Fink on Jade Helm 15; Michael Medved reviews the movie Trainwreck.
Thursday, July 16, 2015
- July 16, 2015 - Hour: 1
Seattle's Morning News highlights: Chris Sullivan with Chokepoints; Caitlyn Jenner at the ESPYs; Pamela Falk on the Iran nuclear deal; Barry Bagnato talks about Pluto; Seattle U professor Julie Shapiro on gay issues; possible firearms tax.
Wednesday, July 15, 2015
- Take a middle schooler to a monument: The Civil War era in the Pacific Northwest
Feliks Banel explores how Washington Territory residents handled slavery, the Civil War, and the death of Abraham Lincoln.