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Wednesday, April 8, 2015

  • April 8, 2015
    Today on Seattle's Morning News; Cutting ties with cable TV is not simple or cheap. We ask Matt Granite for advice. Jim Krasula is live in North Charleston, SC where another officer involved shooting took place.

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

  • April 7, 2015
    Today on Seattle's Morning News; Chris Sullivan tells us about the biggest Pierce Country chokepoint under the Pacific Ave overpass. The guys from Geekwire join the show to talk about the future of live streaming video shot from your smartphone. Matt Granite tells us about retailers tricks to get us to spend more money.

Monday, April 6, 2015

  • A Drought Song
    Dave Ross sings a song about droughts
  • April 6, 2015
    Today on Seattle's Morning News; In Seattle, mini-apartments are trendy. Even tiny spaces in stylish districts like Capitol Hill or Queen Anne, or even here in Eastlake, cost hundreds of dollars a month. But what if that same idea, were used to help the needy?The voice of the Mariners Rick Rizzs joins us on opening day.

Friday, April 3, 2015

  • April 3, 2015
    Today on Seattle's Morning News; A Vancouver, WA man is facing deportation back to South Korea, even though he was adopted at the age of three by an American family. He spoke with KGW TV in Portland.Going gluten-free has completely gripped the West Coast and Seattle is no different. But where are all these wheat-free breads, pastas and even battered fish being made?

Thursday, April 2, 2015

  • April 2, 2015
    Today on Seattle's Morning News; Mariners Opening Day is less than 5 days away. With expectations sky high for the team on the field, the folks responsible for all the food at SafeCo are raising the bar again as well. Josh Kerns went for a taste test. A year ago the minimum wage seemed like nothing more than Seattle idealism, and now, it's a national conversation. You see companies starting to adopting it voluntarily. Is this because of the minimum wage campaign, or other forces?

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

  • April 1, 2015
    Today on Seattle's Morning News; Matt Granite shares his list of official April Fool's Day deals. An ex-FBI agent who spent his life getting foreign spies to trust him says there is a formula to being likeable, and it's actually pretty simple. New details have emerged about about eh Marysville Pilchuck shooter gained access to his fathers gun.

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

  • March 31, 2015
    Today on Seattle's Morning News; The recent hack of Premera Blue Cross' network leaked the health data of 11 million people. Our partners at GeekWire found there was a security problem with the SECURITY website.405 drivers are just beginning to realize how much the new tolling system is going to impact their lives later this year. So are police officers, troopers and deputies. They are going to have to be stuck in traffic just like the rest of us. Chris Sullivan has another chokepoint.Seattle Mystery Writer J.A. Jance has reached a milestone, her 50th novel. Dave spoke with her.

Monday, March 30, 2015

  • March 30, 2015
    Today on Seattle's Morning News; This week the first stage of Seattle's min. wage takes affect. Josh Kerns spoke with a Seattle economist. Reporters talk to liars all the time -- and now that CBS Correspondent Bob Fuss is retired he's free to say who they are. Dave talked with Washington Education Association spokesman Rich Wood, who says more testing is not going to improve education.

Friday, March 27, 2015

Thursday, March 26, 2015

  • March 26, 2015
    Today on Seattle's Morning News: We've established WHAT happened on Tuesday afternoon, when a capsized fish truck on Highway 99 stunned Seattle traffic. Historian and KCTS producer Feliks Banel joins us in the studio to look back at what happened in Seattle 15 years ago today. The Kingdome was demolished.

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

  • March 25, 2015
    Today on Seattle's Morning News; Seattle learned a very hard lesson last night. A lesson we have been preaching for a while. This region is one accident away from a total shutdown of the transportation system.Another new parking law enforced before the US Open. University Place Mayor pro tem Javier Igueroa spoke with Jason Rantz about the citizens complaining to the media rather than to him.

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

  • March 24, 2015
    Today on Seattle's Morning NEws; With all of the worries about oil trains traveling through Washington state, some say they're even more concerned about the aging, rusted bridges the trains travel over. But should they be? Josh Kerns knows. Since our relationship with Cuba changed back in December, Americans have been flocking to Havana. One of them was our own Libby Denkmann. A program in Seattle's UDistrict is known as the People's Harm Reduction Alliance, and they are handing out free meth pipes.

Monday, March 23, 2015

  • March 23, 2015
    Today on Seattle's Morning News; Here it comes again. Another weekend closure of I-90 is on the way. Chris Sullivan has a chokepoint. Dan Restione looked into some research being done in Paris and at UW about replacing bad memories with happy ones. Sports Insiders: Lloyd thinks his guys have their man muscles, not puppy muscles.
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