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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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Monday, September 8, 2014
I-5 “express” lanes
Once again, Seattle police were faced with a difficult decision on the use of force. Tim Haeck reports. Chris Sullivan takes a look at the I-5 "express" lanes in this week's Choke Points. Another NBA owner is selling the team following what is being called a racially insensitive email about his fan base. Covering the story for CBS is Atlanta Correspondent Mark Strassman.
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Friday, September 5, 2014
Should your knee replacement surgery come with a warranty?
If you're facing knee surgery, this will be of great interest to you. Virginia Mason's chairman and CEO Dr. Gary Kaplan joins "Seattle's Morning News" to discuss a new warranty program for hip and knee replacements.
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Joan Rivers and the Seahawks opener
Remembering Joan Rivers. Sports Insiders: The Seahawks defeated the Packers 36-16 yesterday and dominated on both sides of the ball. If there was any question that the Hawks would have a Super Bowl hang-over, it was answered last night. Chris Sullivan relives the game.
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Thursday, September 4, 2014
Blue Thursday chokepoints
Blue Thursday. It is game day for the Seahawks. A mall straddling the border of San Jose and Santa Clara is having some legal troubles.The Pete Carroll show. Pete spoke with Dori Monson about the season opener today. The head of the State Senate's Budget committee, David Frockt, is predicting that he and his fellow legislators will all be found in contempt for failing to pass an adequate education budget.
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No link between wearing a bra and breast cancer risk
Research at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center finds no link between wearing a bra and the risk of breast cancer.
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Wednesday, September 3, 2014
Rap music speaks louder than Seahawks' Marshawn Lynch in first media availability
Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch blasted rap music and had little to say to reporters in his first media availability of the season on Tuesday. 710 ESPN Seattle hosts Brock Huard and Mike Salk join the show to discuss.
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Documentarian Ken Burns releasing new series: The Roosevelts
Documentarian Ken Burns releasing new series: The Roosevelts
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Ken Burns in studio and the latest on ISIS
Peter Maer comments on Obama's statements about ISIS. Sports Insiders: Mariners win, and Marshawn talks to media...kinda. Northwest Center CEO Tom Everill spoke with Colleen yesterday and said they open today at their new Greenwood location. Documentarian Ken Burns joins us in studio.
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Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Up Close with Ricardo Lockette and a Ballot Briefing
Chris Sullivan is Up Close with Richardo Lockette. Colleen O'Brien has her weekly Ballot Briefing where she reflects on some bad tweets by politicians. CBS's Adriana Diaz reports on one college that has re-defined the "sports" scholarship. Dave spoke with Dr Charles Cobbs. A neurosurgeon at Swedish Medical Center.
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Monday, September 1, 2014
Phones hacked and Labor Day deals
Programming director Chris Porter, instrumental in choosing over 120 musical acts, joins us to give us the secret formula to booking the perfect Bumbershoot lineup. Joining us is KIRO Tech Expert Gregg Stebben on how we can at least make it a little more difficult for hackers to invade our lives. Radio Shack may still have some life in it yet. Matt Granite, our resident Deal Hunter, joins us to tell us what price slashes can't be missed.
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Friday, August 29, 2014
Despite top reputation, Bellevue must transfers students from "failing" schools
Bellevue joins most other districts in the state forced to transfer students out of schools deemed "failing" by the federal government.
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Congressman Adam Smith and Correspondent Larry Miller
President Obama spoke yesterday on dealing with ISIS. Congressman Adam Smith joins us. Joining us from the CBS Foreign Desk in London is Correspondent Larry Miller. CBS Space analyst Bill Harwood.
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Thursday, August 28, 2014
Boeing’s football pads and Up Close with LOB coach
An update to a story we brought you yesterday - where we learned that the Tacoma Police Department has been using a device called a "Stingray" to gather cell phone data. Chris Sullivan goes up with the coach of the LOB. Ira Goldman, the six foot three inventor of the Knee Defender, spoke to MSNBC about his airplane incident.
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Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Superintendent of Public Instruction Randy Dorn on 'failing' schools
Washington public school students are doing about as well on state tests as they have done over the past few years. But many more schools in Washington state are failing to make adequate yearly progress, according to federal education rules.
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Seattle attorney files lawsuit to limit concussions in soccer
A class action lawsuit targets FIFA, the world governing body of soccer, demanding changes to protect players at all levels from concussion.
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