Tuesday, November 17, 2015
- David Fahrenthold on the candidates' response to Paris attacks
Washington Post reporter David Fahrenthold discusses the presidential candidates' views on ISIS and immigration
- UW scientists develop breakthrough laser-cooling tech
Researchers at the University of Washington, have achieved what many have attempted and failed before — to use lasers in a super cool new way.
- Seattle's Morning News Highlights - November 17, 2015
Corey Nachreimer on shutting down ISIS communications; Mike Lyons on the U.S. and international response to the Paris attacks; Vicki Barker in Paris; Sports Insider Danny O'Neill; Cliff Mass on the weather; David Fahrenthold on the presidential candidates' response to ISIS.
Monday, November 16, 2015
- Christopher Budd on terror groups "going dark"
Christopher Budd from Trend Micro discusses the push and pull between law enforcement and privacy advocates over encryption
- Seattle's Morning New Highlights: November 16, 2015
Cybersecurity expert Christopher Budd; Democratic Debate recap; Sports Insider Danny O'Neill; non-religious parents who want their kids to be religious.
Friday, November 13, 2015
- John Dickerson previews the 2nd Democratic presidential debate
We pick the brain of Face the Nation host John Dickerson, moderator Saturday's Democratic presidential debate.
- Seattle's Morning New Highlights - November 13, 2015
I-90 closures; Chinese troops at JBLM; Tom Tangney reviews the new movie "Spotlight"; John Dickerson, moderator of tomorrow night's Democratic presidential debate; Sports Insider Danny O'Neill; orphans adopted from Congo; the Seahawks' "top hawk."
Thursday, November 12, 2015
- Rob McKenna on Spokane's plan to eliminate prior pot convictions
Former WA Attorney General Rob McKenna discusses the Spokane scrubbing misdemeanor pot possession convictions
- Edward Yeranian on Dr. Ben Carson's pyramid theory
CBS News Cairo Correspondent Edward Yeranian joins us to discuss Dr. Ben Carson's theory that the pyramids were built to store grain
- Everett hosts pivotal gymnastics competition on the road to the Olympics
Hundreds of gymnasts from around the world are gearing up for one of the biggest international competitions outside the Olympics. And it's happening in Everett.
- King County arts will benefit from a long-gone structure
The Kingdome may be nothing more than a fond memory, but the taxes to pay for its roof live on.
- Seattle's Morning News Highlights - November 12, 2015
A drone hit Seattle's Great Wheel; Rob McKenna on Spokane pot convictions; gymnastics competition in Everett; Sports Insider Danny O'Neill; Edward Yeranian on Dr. Ben Carson's comments regarding Egyptian pyramids.
Wednesday, November 11, 2015
- Lt. General Stephen Lanza on servicemembers going back to civilian life
Lt. General Stephen Lanza discusses the thousands of JBLM servicemembers becoming civilians over the next 2 years
- Seattle's Morning News Highlights - November 11, 2015
Historian Feliks Banel with the story of the Doughboy statue; JBLM Lt. General Stephen Lanza on the transition from military to civilian life; Sports Insider Danny O'Neill; Veterans' B&B; new study on stress in the modern family.
Tuesday, November 10, 2015
- The once and future gum wall
Seattle's iconic, fascinatingly gross gum wall gets its first real cleaning today