A look back at unique Washington governors As state residents prepare to prod Washington Gov. Jay Inslee with questions on KCTS' "Ask the Governor" Tuesday night, historian Feliks Banel helps us take a look back at a few lesser known governors in Washington's past.
February 10, 2015 Today on Seattle's Morning News; A very special chokepoints: driver's edition. With Bethel School buses now taking pictures of drivers who pass illegally when the red lights are flashing, it's time to remind drivers when they can and cannot pass. Chris Sullivan reports.
Matt Granite tells us about the most overrated and the most underrated products. When it comes to social media, Seattle cops have to be careful about what they post. That's the warning from Seattle Police Chief Kathleen O'Toole, who has suspended a 13-year veteran officer for a rant on Twitter about race, gays and President Obama.
Monday, February 9, 2015
February 9, 2015 Today on The Morning News; A new bill in Olympia would improve the notification process for road toll billing. Elisa Hahn with KING5 spoke with State Senator Andy Hill about the measure.Chokepoint: The one and only bridge on or off Bainbridge Island is going to be down to a single lane of traffic. Chris Sullivan reports. African Americans are severely under-represented in the booming tech startup scene. One local group is trying to change that. Libby Denkmann introduces us to "HERE Seattle."
February 6, 2015 Today on Seattle's Morning News; Tom Tangney reviews "Jupiter Ascending," gives it 2 Tangs. A jury heard the chilling words of Joseph McEnroe, on trial for murdering 6 people in Carnation on Christmas Eve seven years ago. Libby Denkmann was in the courtroom. Mike Lyons joins us to discuss the King of Jordan's statements on ISIS.
The man in charge of your commute The Seattle Times reports this morning that the potential site for a new arena isn't necessarily in SoDo, or even in Seattle. Michael Grey joins us. Matt Granite has Valentine's Day deals. One of our state lawmakers thinks it's time to change the foreign language requirement for admission to state universities. Rep. Chris Reykdal says that learning a computer language should also count.
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
Not so super supplements The New York Attorney General is accusing Walgreens, Walmart, Target and GNC of selling fraudulent and potentially dangerous herbal supplements.
What's really in your supplements? Before you pop a few supplements this morning - you should know that the Ginsing you THINK you're taking might actually just be ground up houseplants. Sports Insiders: Brock and Mike had a 25-minute face-to-face interview with Coach Carroll yesterday to put a period on the season. The future of your 405 commute will be decided next month when the state Transportation Commission decides on the new toll rates, and likely changes the rules for HOV lanes.
Tuesday, February 3, 2015
Could daylight saving time be no more? That ride could cost you 10-bucks by the end of the year. Chris Sullivan explains. We called economics reporter to ask if it's true that Glendale will lose money hosting the Super Bowl. The President has proposed a scheme to change the way foreign taxes works on big businesses.