Seattle police have no plans to arrest Macklemore The Seattle Police Department is working to identify individuals who've broken the law during recent anti-police brutality demonstrations. There is at least one lawbreaker who should be easy to track down, but Sgt. Sean Whitcomb tells KIRO Radio's Brandi Kruse that officers do not plan to arrest four-time Grammy award-winning rap artist Macklemore.
Tuesday, December 9, 2014
Missing Miami socialite has ties to the Northwest Malika James, a suburban Miami socialite who vanished over the weekend, is a graduate of Curtis High School south of Seattle. Her mother, who still lives in Tacoma, spoke to KIRO Radio’s Brandi Kruse on Tuesday about what may have happened to her 28-year-old daughter, who she described as being “outgoing, fun, happy,” and full of life.
The Bishop's Wife presented by Seattle Radio Theatre Live from Town Hall, "The Bishop's Wife" presented by Seattle Radio Theatre stars John Curley as Dudley, Dave Ross as the bishop, and Tracey Conway as the bishop's wife in this wildly entertaining live radio production.
Monday, December 1, 2014
Seattle police chief ‘very frustrated’ by Black Friday protest In an interview with KIRO Radio’s Brandi Kruse on Monday, Seattle Police Chief Kathleen O’Toole said she was “very frustrated” by protesters who ruined the city’s annual Christmas tree lighting on Friday. She said she is proud of the "incredible restraint” shown by officers during a week of anti-police brutality protests that are expected to continue for several days.
Monday, November 24, 2014
Colton's Army Sometimes it takes an army to hold a family together when a child is fighting cancer. KIRO Radio's Chris Sullivan reports.
89 Seattle police officers to appeal dismissal of lawsuit 89 Seattle police officers who sued the city and the federal government over new use-of-force policies announced Friday that they will appeal a U.S. District Court decision to dismiss the case. Attorney Athan Tramountanas (left) will represent the officers at the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Thursday, November 13, 2014
Seattle police prepare for Ferguson unrest The Seattle Police Department has a plan in place should protesters take to the streets in solidarity with demonstrators in Ferguson, Missouri. A grand jury there is set to decide whether to indict a Ferguson police office in the shooting death of a black teenager. KIRO Radio's Brandi Kruse reports.