Tuesday, June 2, 2015
- EMP Museum continues growing far beyond original vision
EMP Museum turns 15 this month with far more than music on its mind
- June 2, 2015
Today on Seattle's Morning News; Seattle is pocked with potholes year-round, but it turns out other cities have it much, much worse. Chokepoint: The U-S Open has the capacity to grind down our commute when the tournament begins in less than two weeks. More than 30-thousand people a day are expected to squeeze int
Monday, June 1, 2015
- June 1, 2015
Today on Seattle's Morning News; Seattle City Light retrieved a drone that had been stuck on a high voltage power line for a week. Ruth Johnson reports. We're just 14 days-away from U-S Open week at Chambers Bay in Pierce County, but hundreds of golfers around the country are still trying to play their way into the championship.
Friday, May 29, 2015
- Lawmakers make 'no significant progress' in budget
Lawmakers make 'no significant progress' in budget
- Mariners bring the boom back to Safeco with fireworks spectacular
Go behind the scenes as the Mariners prep for the first of four fireworks extravaganza's at Safeco Field
- May 29, 2015
Today on Seattle's Morning News; Rape victims in Washington state can rest assured the evidence collected in their cases will actually be tested beginning July 1, when a new law goes into effect requiring police to send rape kits to the State Patrol crime lab within 30 days. Another special sessions starts today at 9. Governor Inslee joins us.
Thursday, May 28, 2015
- 'You don't get to assault police officers'
Bremerton Police Chief Steve Strachan discusses his recent column about police-related shootings.
- Which taxes are likely to pass as legislators discuss the budget
Which taxes are likely to pass as legislators discuss the budget.
- May 28, 2015
Today on Seattle's Morning News; Bremerton Chief Steve Strachan published an opinion piece in the Kitsap Sun. Headline: You don't get go assault police officers. Apparently, we are very alone in our blasť attitude towards unread emails. A 2012 study found that 70 percent of work emails were attended to within 6 seconds.
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
- Seattle parents, principal outraged by city's cut to school grant
The city of Seattle has sharply cut an education grant to a Seattle elementary school because the principal is leaving, prompting outrage in the community.
- May 27, 2015
Today on Seattle's Morning News; Rick Santorum is expected to announce his run for the White House this afternoon. We go live to DC and Steven Portnoy. No longer science fiction. Missiles capable of using a pulse to knock out the enemy's electronics are apparently more than real, and Boeing is right in the middle of it. Chris Sullivan reports.
Tuesday, May 26, 2015
- Seattle takes another shot at public toilets
Dave wants no part in another attempt at public restrooms in Seattle
- UW solves gender gap in computer science degrees
Simple solutions lead to more women majoring in Computer Programming at the University of Washington.
- University of Washington solves gender gap in computer science degrees
University of Washington has figured out the diversity breakdown in computer science degrees and is attracting more women.
- May 26, 2015
Today on Seattle's Morning News; The University of Washington has doubled the number of women majoring in Computer Science in the last 10 years, and were just recognized nationally for their achievement. Major construction closures are coming to a popular recreation route to Whidbey Island, which could hurt your summer vacation plans.