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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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Thursday, August 7, 2014
Boeing is getting into the tobacco business
Boeing is getting into the tobacco business. Tim Haeck explains. Brandi Kruse reports that a Seattle police officer who was removed from patrol as the department investigates dozens of citations he wrote to people caught smoking pot in publicLocal historian Feliks Banel is in studio to talk about the most famous assassination plot against Adolf Hitler.
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Wednesday, August 6, 2014
One billion passwords hacked
A Russian crime ring has pulled off the largest internet heist in histoy. Live from London is CBS Correspondent Vicki Barker. Tim Haeck reports that the latest threat to the future of the mail delivery involves an aging fleet of delivery vehicles. Neil DeGrasse Tyson recently went on record striking down the logic of the anti-GMO crowd.
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Tuesday, August 5, 2014
Election Briefing - another Socialist
A disgraced King County sheriff's deputy at the center of a police corruption investigation has pleaded guilty in a deal with prosecutors. Brandi Kruse has details. We're learning more about the secret serum given to the two Americans infected with the ebola virus. It's the annual "National Night Out." Tim Haeck tells us about a day dedicated to saying hello to your neighbor.
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Monday, August 4, 2014
Hidden cameras are watching for illegal activity in the woods
The U.S. Forest Service and other agencies use surveillance cameras to identify the people responsible for illegal activity on public lands.
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No worries about Ebola
Your trip to the forest might be captured on video. Tim Haeck has details. A specialist with the infectious disease department at the Polyclinic in Seattle says there's no cause for concern with the Ebola Virus in the US. On the Israeli news channel "I-24" there was a debate between Gaza and Fatah.
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Friday, August 1, 2014
How do you keep your kids from becoming smartphone zombies
The other day my 13-month-old daughter taught me something. She taught me that we're wrong about smartphones and technology. It's not the new way of life. It never will be. Staring at a screen all day is just not natural.
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Colleen daughter taught her something about smart phones
Dr. Megan Moreno at Seattle Children's Hospital is looking into a dilemma Colleen had the other day. She wants to prevent her daughter from becoming a phone zombie. Jill Schlesinger has details on the latest jobs report.
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Thursday, July 31, 2014
Cliff Mass: Pacific Northwest will be winner in climate change
University of Washington Atmospheric Sciences Professor Cliff Mass says the Pacific Northwest will be a winner in terms of climate change.
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The Pacific Northwest Oasis
Colleen spoke with Kelly Starr with the Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence.We're just over three weeks into legal marijuana sales in Washington, and the state is still stumbling out of the blocks a bit. Chris Sullivan has a pot roundup. Dave spoke with Cliff Mass at UW about climate change and why the Pacific Northwest is an oasis.
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Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Officer involved shooting at Gas Works
Chris Sullivan is live at Gas Works where an officer involved shooting took place overnight. Smith contended that women should not provoke men like Rice. The on-going battle between cars and pedestrians in Seattle is the focus of this morning's CHOKEPOINT update.
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Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Monorail plan and no more free coffee
The author of a new monorail plan for Seattle insists it's is a good idea and that the voters want it, despite the spectacular failure of the last monorail plan. Tim Haeck reports. Some local charities are going to be coming-up short in Snohomish County this year. It's not because the public has lost interest in their cause but because of a small sign that the state recently took down. Chris Sullivan reports.
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Monday, July 28, 2014
Police using GPS to track children who bolt or wander
More and more police agencies are adopting technology to help officers and parents track children who tend to run away or wander.
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Lake City Way chokepoint
Choke Point: Chris Sullivan takes a look at a Lake City Way bus stop that is jamming up the commute. Boko Haram, the terrorist faction that still is holding over 200 Nigerian schoolgirls captive, continues to wreak havoc in both Nigeria and surrounding nations. CBS Military Analyst Major Mike Lyons.
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Friday, July 25, 2014
Movie Review: Michael Medved on 'Hercules'
"Hercules" hits theaters this weekend and KTTH host and movie critic Michael Medved offers his take on the mythic movie.
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A new way to avoid hills on your bike in Seattle
Yesterday at Seattle's Lakeview Cemetery it was a Police Officer memorial over 100 years in the making. Bicycle riders often complain that there are just too many hills in Seattle to make peddling around convenient or fun, but now there's a way to avoid those hills on your ride.
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