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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.

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

  • What happens when no one is looking
    James Holmes was sending out warning signals right under our noses. He warned a psychiatrist, his ex-girlfriend, and a fellow grad student that he was over the edge.
  • April 28, 2015
    Today on Seattle's Morning News; Chicken sandwich chokepoint. Who would have guessed that a chicken sandwich would be enough to destroy traffic in Bellevue, but thatís whatís still happening nearly three weeks after the new Chick-fil-a restaurant went in.The Seattle Police Department is bracing for the annual May Day protests around the city. Josh Kerns is following developments.

Monday, April 27, 2015

  • April 27, 2015
    Today on Seattle's Morning News; State Senator Andy Hill joins us to talk about the State's special session about education funding. James Holmes, the man who opened fire at a crowded Colorado movie theater, goes on trial today. CBS's Andrew Cohen is in Denver.

Friday, April 24, 2015

  • Safeco Field's 'Sodfather' dishes on keeping the turf in perfect shape
    Meet Bob Christofferson, Safeco Field's 'Sodfather'
  • April 24, 2015
    Today on Seattle's Morning News; Josh Kerns spoke with Safeco Field head grounds keeper Bob Christopherson who is affectionately known as "The Sodfather." Governor Jay Inslee has called for a special session, because it's unlikely lawmakers will finish their legislative homework by Sunday.

Thursday, April 23, 2015

  • Seattle neighborhoods need a wake-up call
    The Everett naval base got a new wake-up call and Dave thinks we all need one.
  • April 23, 2015
    Today on Seattle's Morning News; Residents of Seattle no longer have to worry about being fined for not properly recycling. Our own Don O'Neill, who lives on Queen Anne, has gotten in trouble with his neighborhood trash collector.A bizarre tourism ad from the Governor's office of South Dakota asks "why die on Mars, when you can live in South Dakota?"

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

  • April 22, 2015
    Today on Seattle's Morning News; Senior National Weather Service Hydrologist Brent Bower says we're facing drought in Western Washington right now. Never underestimate the popularity of Washington's ferries, especially during the Summer. That's why the state is tweaking its system to handle demand. Chris Sullivan has the story.

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

  • April 21, 2015
    Today on Seattle's Morning News; State Trasurer Jim McIntyre says that to raise the taxes to pay for education would take a bad system and make it worse so he is proposing a Constitutional Amendment to allow a State Income tax.Erick Walker will learn his fate Tuesday as a Snohomish County judge sentences him for the shooting death of 15-year-old Molly Conley. Josh Kerns reports.

Monday, April 20, 2015

  • Prepared for disaster
    Oklahoma City bombing prepared a first responder for the Oso mudslide
  • April 20, 2015
    Today on Seattle's Morning News; Chambers Bay has closed its walking trails from now until one month after the US Open. Chris Sullivan has details. Sound Transit is asking tax payers for $15 billion for a new light rail plans. Josh Kerns reports.
  • Homeowner claims Comcast 'lies' could cost him his home
    Homeowner claims Comcast "lies" could cost him his home

Friday, April 17, 2015

  • What's the worst song of all time?
    What's the worst song of all time? A panel at EMP Museum's Pop Conference will try to decide
  • 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.
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