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Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross
Dave Ross and Colleen O'Brien get you connected first thing in the morning. They tell you what happened while you were sleeping, how are stories developing and what you can expect when you walk out your front door.
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Friday, August 15, 2014
The cost of Metro's new reduced bus fare program
KIRO’s Tim Haeck reports on the new reduced bus fare program that will cost the county millions of dollars // Deal Hunter Matt Granite on the best “pre” Labor Day deals // Sports Insiders: What to watch for in tonight’s preseason game // KIRO’s Chris Sullivan reports on Todd Duitsman of Snohomish County who was paralyzed during a family trip to Hawaii // Michael Medved reviews "The Giver" giving it two stars // SeaWorld’s stock price is sinking and a CNN documentary might be to blame
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Thursday, August 14, 2014
Union machinists are still upset
Union machinists are still upset about the way they say a gun was put to their heads with the contract vote. Chris Sullivan has details. Sports Insiders: The M's finished up their 9 game home stand with an 8 and 1 record. Can you remember the last time a series this late in the season meant so much for the Seattle Mariners?
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Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Scientists hope to recover evidence that grizzly bears still roam Washington's North Cascades
Scientists continue to search for evidence that the grizzly bear is still alive in Washington's North Cascades, despite a lack of sightings in recent years.
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NHL to Seattle one step closer
Chris Sullivan tells us why I- is always bumper to bumper. Some property owners who have lost homes in the centarl Washington wildfires had no insurance. There's still more bad news as Tim Haeck reports. KING 5's Chris Daniels spoke with the man who wants to bring the NHL to Seattle and he joins us.
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Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Presidential declaration won't help individual homeowners, businesses
President Obama signed a disaster declaration for Washington but the assistance is for Okanagon County and the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation. It won't help individual homeowners.
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Michael Medved tells us who will run for office
Today's KIRO Radio "Ballot Briefing" covers the probability of Mitt Romney running again and national conservative commentator Michael Medved has his doubts. Michael Medved doesn't think Romney will run again, but he was excited about New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez.
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Monday, August 11, 2014
Tax break for Wash. wildfire victims
Victims of Washington wildfires are eligible for a property tax reduction
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first court appearance for Jenise Wright murderer
The Bremerton teenager being held for the rape and murder of six year old Jenise Wright is expected to make his first court appearance later today. The first round of airstrikes in Iraq against ISIS targets have proven to be successful. Major Mike Lyons.
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Daniel Radcliffe’s new film, 'What If'
KTTH host and movie critic Michael Medved takes a look at Daniel Radcliffe's new film, "What If." Daniel Radcliffe plays Wallace, a medical school student who has just dropped out because his beautiful girlfriend has deceived him. He later forms a bond at a party with Chantry, played by Zoe Kazen. "What if" is one of the better romantic comedies of the year, Michael Medved says.
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Friday, August 8, 2014
Authorised airstrike on Isis and a search for a murderer
A new search has begun in the case of a Jenise Wright a search for her killer. Tim Haeck has the story. President Obama speaking yesterday on halting ISIS's bloody march across Iraq. The airstrikes will be the first significant US military action in the region since 2011. CBS Military Analyst Colonel Jeff McCausland. Michael Medved reviews 'What If?'
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Thursday, August 7, 2014
Boeing is getting into the tobacco business
Boeing is getting into the tobacco business. Tim Haeck explains. Brandi Kruse reports that a Seattle police officer who was removed from patrol as the department investigates dozens of citations he wrote to people caught smoking pot in publicLocal historian Feliks Banel is in studio to talk about the most famous assassination plot against Adolf Hitler.
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Wednesday, August 6, 2014
One billion passwords hacked
A Russian crime ring has pulled off the largest internet heist in histoy. Live from London is CBS Correspondent Vicki Barker. Tim Haeck reports that the latest threat to the future of the mail delivery involves an aging fleet of delivery vehicles. Neil DeGrasse Tyson recently went on record striking down the logic of the anti-GMO crowd.
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Tuesday, August 5, 2014
Election Briefing - another Socialist
A disgraced King County sheriff's deputy at the center of a police corruption investigation has pleaded guilty in a deal with prosecutors. Brandi Kruse has details. We're learning more about the secret serum given to the two Americans infected with the ebola virus. It's the annual "National Night Out." Tim Haeck tells us about a day dedicated to saying hello to your neighbor.
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Monday, August 4, 2014
Hidden cameras are watching for illegal activity in the woods
The U.S. Forest Service and other agencies use surveillance cameras to identify the people responsible for illegal activity on public lands.
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No worries about Ebola
Your trip to the forest might be captured on video. Tim Haeck has details. A specialist with the infectious disease department at the Polyclinic in Seattle says there's no cause for concern with the Ebola Virus in the US. On the Israeli news channel "I-24" there was a debate between Gaza and Fatah.
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