Tuesday, September 29, 2015
- State rep: Ducks can be safe in Seattle; Aurora Bridge should be reconfigured
State Representative Reuvan Carlyle, of Queen Anne, said that the Ride the Ducks tour company can be safe for Seattle and that there are a few things that can be done to improve the Aurora Bridge.
- Can the Ducks be saved?
What can Ride the Ducks do to save its reputation, and its business?
- September 29, 2015 - Hour: 1
Seattle's Morning News Highlights: the future of the Ride the Ducks boats; James Fallows on China's aircraft industry; Sports Insider Danny O'Neill; State Representative Reuven Carlyle on Aurora Bridge safety; David Fahrenthold with a campaign update; Chokepoint - 405 tolling.
Monday, September 28, 2015
- September 28, 2015 - Hour: 1
Seattle's Morning News Highlights: The latest on the Aurora Bridge tragedy; the on-going drought in WA State; UW brain researcher experiments with brain-to-brain communication; Trump Update; Sports Insider Danny O'Neill on the Seahawks' victory.
Friday, September 25, 2015
- September 25, 2015 - Hour: 1
Seattle's Morning News Highlights: Josh Kerns sampled the food offerings at CenturyLink Field; Sports Insider Danny O'Neill talks Seahawks; Josh Kerns reports about the Aurora Bridge tragedy; Sarah Lerner reports on the Ride the Ducks vehicle safety.
Thursday, September 24, 2015
- What can be done about WSU's drinking and falling problem?
Washington State University has another student in the news, and alcohol abuse is again related. What can be done about a college culture of drinking.
- September 24, 2015 - Hour: 1
Seattle's Morning News Highlights: WSU students' alcohol-related accidents; Rob McKenna on President Xi and traffic; Governor Jay Inslee interview; Chinese real estate investors; Traffic Chokepoint; Sports Insider Danny O'Neill.
- State trumped by feds when vocal about Chinese president's travel issues
Washington Governor Jay Inslee said that the state voiced concern over traffic issues with Chinese president's visit, but was overruled by feds.
Wednesday, September 23, 2015
- Kam Chancellor returns to the Seahawks: Now what?
Danny O'Neil and Gee Scott with 710 ESPN Seattle weigh in on Kam Chancellor's return to the Seahawks and what it means for his teammates, his contract and the fines he has to pay.
- WSDOT Secretary Lynn Peterson on I-405 tolls and the Chinese president's visit
The Chinese president's visit to the Puget Sound region has brought traffic to a standstill as he travels to Boeing, Microsoft and Tacoma. WSDOT's top official discusses its role in the issue.
- Former prostitute says 'nothing worse' than Snohomish County
Sexual slavery might be considered a big city problem, but that's not the reality. Snohomish's suburban cities keep busy with dozens of sex trafficking cases.
- Can you spot the signs of Seattle's phantom highways?
With the near constant focus on traffic around Seattle these days, it may help to take a deep breath, and consider how far we've come with roads in our region's history.
- September 23, 2015 - Hour: 1
Seattle's Morning News Highlights: Christopher Budd from Trend Micro; President of China to visit Boeing; sex workers in Snohomish County; historian Feliks Banel on 'ghost highways'; Department of Transportation Secretary Lynn Peterson, Sports Insider Danny O'Neill on the return of Kam Chancellor.
Tuesday, September 22, 2015
- September 22, 2015 - Hour: 1
Seattle's Morning News Highlights: China and cyber-security; Mike Lyons on alleged Afghan abuse; Traffic Chokepoint; Sports Insider Danny O'Neill; Chinese president visits Seattle; David Fahrenthold with a campaign update.
Monday, September 21, 2015
- Why WSDOT crews failed to finish striping I-405's new toll lanes
Striping crews were unable to finish the paint job for the new I-405 express toll lanes last weekend, so expect more closures over the nights to come.