Friday, April 17, 2015
- Real Change goes digital
Seattle's Real Change newspaper goes digital to help the homeless, remain relevant
- April 17, 2015
Today on Seattle's Morning News; Libby Denkmann reports on the Alaskan Way seawall that is on schedule. But also very loud. A young man from Pierce County was on the ground at the site of the OKC bombing as part of the rescue effort. That same team would come back to help him when disaster hit at home in Oso. Jillian Raftery reports.
Thursday, April 16, 2015
- Senator Bruce Dammeier, R-Puyallup, talks funding education
Senator Bruce Dammeier, R-Puyallup, joined KIRO Radio's Colleen O’Brien in the studio to discuss state Republicans’ plan to fully fund Washington’s education.
- Word Gap has long-term effects on children
In dozens of doctors offices across the country, reading is now part of the standard checkup.
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
- Washington Superintendent Randy Dorn talks education funding
Washington's Superintendent of Public Instruction Randy Dorn talks about "new taxes" to fund education in light of the McCleary decision.
- April 15, 2015
Today on Seattle's Morning News; The misadventure of a baggage handler who fell asleep in the cargo hold of a Boeing 737 continues this morning. State Schools Superintendent Randy Dorn came out swinging at lawmakers Tuesday for underfunding education in the upcoming budget. He joins us.
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
- Get cozy in-flight with the "cuddle chair"
The cuddle chair takes in-flight comfort to new heights.
- April 14, 2015
Today on Seattle's Morning News; An Alaska Airlines flight had to make an emergency landing at SeaTac Monday after passengers heard screams coming from the plane's cargo hold. It turns out a ramp agent had fallen asleep in the cargo hold before the plane took off and didn't wake up until the plane was in the air. Joining us for some perspective is Mark Rosenker.
Monday, April 13, 2015
- April 13, 2015
Today on Seattle's Morning News; CBS' Steven Portnoy in Iowa this morning awaiting Clinton's arrival. In spite of ISIS, a team of archeologists from England have been going into non-Kurdish Iraq to excavate artifacts before they can be destroyed by the militant group.
Friday, April 10, 2015
- A father fights for return of his child kidnapped to Japan by estranged mother
Jeffery Morehouse - Bring Abducted Children Home - on the kidnapping of his son by estranged wife
- Members of The Recording Academy talk about Songwriter's Summit
John Ferry and Michael Compton of the Pacific Northwest chapter of The Recording Academy give a look inside the organization's role in music and its Songwriter's Summit this weekend at the EMP.
- April 10, 2015
Today on Seattle's Morning News; SIDS causes 4,000 deaths every year in the U.S. But now, new promising research and a cause that might actually make sense. Seattle Children's doctor Daniel Rubens has spent 11 years researching SIDS and he thinks it's an inner-ear problem. Jeffery Morehouse Morehouse's estranged wife kidnapped the then six-and-a-half year old while he was on a business trip and disappeared in 2010. He has worked non-stop to reunite with his son, running into roadblocks set by the Japanese government all along the way.
Thursday, April 9, 2015
- April 9, 2015
Today on Seattle's Morning News; Libby Denkmann talked to two jury "de-briefers" who have assisted in some of the most alarming murder trials in our region.This chokepoint is so bad we rarely mention it because it’s a nightmare every morning and everyone knows about it. I-5 northbound approaching the convention center. But Chris Sullivan has some good news about it.
Wednesday, April 8, 2015
- Preserving family history with a smartphone: Kastner's Market
All of our families have stories that are worth sharing and preserving. The app StoryCorps can help you do that.
- April 8, 2015
Today on Seattle's Morning News; Cutting ties with cable TV is not simple or cheap. We ask Matt Granite for advice. Jim Krasula is live in North Charleston, SC where another officer involved shooting took place.