February 6, 2015 Today on Seattle's Morning News; Tom Tangney reviews "Jupiter Ascending," gives it 2 Tangs. A jury heard the chilling words of Joseph McEnroe, on trial for murdering 6 people in Carnation on Christmas Eve seven years ago. Libby Denkmann was in the courtroom. Mike Lyons joins us to discuss the King of Jordan's statements on ISIS.
The man in charge of your commute The Seattle Times reports this morning that the potential site for a new arena isn't necessarily in SoDo, or even in Seattle. Michael Grey joins us. Matt Granite has Valentine's Day deals. One of our state lawmakers thinks it's time to change the foreign language requirement for admission to state universities. Rep. Chris Reykdal says that learning a computer language should also count.
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
Not so super supplements The New York Attorney General is accusing Walgreens, Walmart, Target and GNC of selling fraudulent and potentially dangerous herbal supplements.
What's really in your supplements? Before you pop a few supplements this morning - you should know that the Ginsing you THINK you're taking might actually just be ground up houseplants. Sports Insiders: Brock and Mike had a 25-minute face-to-face interview with Coach Carroll yesterday to put a period on the season. The future of your 405 commute will be decided next month when the state Transportation Commission decides on the new toll rates, and likely changes the rules for HOV lanes.
Tuesday, February 3, 2015
Could daylight saving time be no more? That ride could cost you 10-bucks by the end of the year. Chris Sullivan explains. We called economics reporter to ask if it's true that Glendale will lose money hosting the Super Bowl. The President has proposed a scheme to change the way foreign taxes works on big businesses.
Heroin Libby Denkman with a report on Heroin use in WA.
Friday, January 30, 2015
Pete Carroll and Rachel Belle live from Phoenix We sent Rachel Belle to Arizona to cover the Super Bowl madness and she's been busy, talking to Twelves, talking to locals, talking to puppies. Josh Kerns caught up with Mike McCreaty of Pearl Jam about his upcoming show with the Seattle Symphony. Tom Tangney reviews "Still Alice."
Thursday, January 29, 2015
UW to fund Autism detection Early detection is the most important tool in treating Autism and the University of Washington will use tablet computers to help parents take on the diagnosis.