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Thursday, January 15, 2015

  • Oscar nominees are out
    Tom Tangney looks into more of the Oscar nominees. Washington state has the highest property crime rates in the country. Brandi Kruse looked into this. When lawmakers in Olympia meet Melanie Stambaugh for the first time, it's understandable if some mistake her for...not a lawmaker.

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

  • Governor Inslee joins us
    It was called the Silk Road, a wildly successful online marketplace for drugs, fake documents, hacking programs and nearly anything else illegal that you can think of. Threat Communications Manager Christopher Budd joins us with information. Governor Jay Inslee is just as worried about your commute as we are. He joins us to talk about the gas tax.

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

  • Doctor: Vast majority of children who died from flu last year had not been immunized
    It's been confirmed that a 5-year-old girl from Tacoma died after getting the flu. The strain she got was H3N2 and she did not get a flu shot.
  • ISIS hacks US military website
    They're clad in green, they come from a frozen tundra, and they wear enormous wedges of cheese upon their heads. They're Green Bay Packers fans. It has just been confirmed that a 5-year-old girl from Tacoma died after getting the flu. The strain she got was H3N2 and she did not get a flu shot. A military website was hacked by ISIS. Military analyst Jeff McCausland joins us.

Monday, January 12, 2015

  • Everett is about to shut down its busiest street
    Everett is about to shut down its busiest street. For a year. Chris Sullivan has today's chokepoint. The 105-day legislative session begins today and it could be a tough few months. Lawmakers are returning to Olympia under the dark cloud of a contempt order by the State Supreme Court as they continue to struggling with the McCleary Decision.

Friday, January 9, 2015

  • Movie Review: Michael Medved on "Selma"
    Michael Medved reviews the film about Martin Luther King Jr. and calls it the best film ever made about the civil rights movement.
  • Two hostage situations in France
    Michael Medved reviews 'Selma.' "The best movie about the civil rights movement in history." Bill Boeing Junior, who took his first flight in 1928, died Thursday. Chris Sullivan has his story. Sports Insiders: David vs. Goliath. The 5'11" 3rd round pick Russell Wilson vs. the 6'5" 1st overall pick Cam Newton. Tom Tangney is a pretty smart Francophile and has been to Paris many times. The Pete Carroll Show. Tri-cities barber Mark Baysinger has been cutting Russell Wilson's hair along with a number of other players he befriended last year. But he won't be cutting Wilson's hair any time soon.

Thursday, January 8, 2015

  • We go live to Paris
    Microsoft used to put on quite a show at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, but these days, they're a little more low-key. Their presence is felt off-stage, behind the scenes. Geekwire's Todd Bishop is there. The manhunt continues for the two brothers suspected of killing 12 people in a shocking attack on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. We go live to Paris and CBS's Elaine Cobbe. Michael Medved reviews "Inherent Vice."
  • Movie Review: Michael Medved on "Inherent Vice"
    Michael Medved reviews the new film from Paul Thomas Anderson (The Master, There Will Be Blood) and calls it, among other things, lousy.

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

  • Latest from Hoquiam
    After a mudslide cut the Beacon Hill neighborhood of Hoquiam off from the rest of the city on Monday, residents banded together to get through the ordeal. Brandi Kruse made the trek up to the neighborhood, high on a hilltop, to see how they’re doing. It’s a case pitting a 17-year-old girl with cancer against the state of Connecticut: she’s being forced to undergo chemotherapy, and now the case is going to the state Supreme Court.

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

  • Dave Ross song: Beat Carolina
    The last time we heard this Dave Ross song was before the Seahawks beat the Panthers in the NFC Champinoship game in 2006. The lyrics have changed but the message is the same.
  • Live from the mudslides in Hoquiam
    esidents of Hoquiam and Aberdeen are trying to come to terms with what many there say is the worst flooding they’ve ever seen. Brandi Kruse is there. Washington and Colorado continue to be the national guinea pigs for pot legalization, and education. In Colorado, the health department just spent more than five and a half million dollars on a novel new campaign.

Monday, January 5, 2015

  • Education and transportation funding
    Seahawks profile: Kam Chancellor. CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger tells us how the markets are starting the week. Sports Insiders: The Seahawks are set to play the Carolina Panthers in the Divisional round of the playoffs on Saturday night. The Hobby Lobby battle over women's rights to the birth control of their choice is about to take center stage in our state. How hard can you spank your kid in Florida? After all the holiday gatherings the last two weeks, state lawmakers are preparing two major issues on the plate this session: education funding and transportation. Chris Sullivan reports.

Friday, January 2, 2015

  • 2015 another challenging year for drivers
    How do the Seahawks feel about their bye week? 2015 is going to be another challenging year for drivers. Commute times are going to go up. Frustration is going to grow. There are a few projects wrapping up this year that are designed to make your life a little easier. But, those fixes will come with a price. Chris Sullivan reports.

Thursday, January 1, 2015

  • The Great Wheel's great light show
    Fans driving home from the Seahawks game Sunday night were treated to a dazzling new light display in the team's colors, courtesy of Seattle's Great Wheel. Josh Kerns caught up with the guy who creates the light shows. Michael Medved reviews "Birdman." The publicity isn't always welcomed when it comes to the first baby of the new year. Sports Insiders: Percy who?
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