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Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

  • April 21, 2015 - Hour: 3
    Guest hosts Todd and Terry talk about a Seattle restaurant's secret make out room.
  • April 21, 2015 - Hour: 2
    Guest host Todd and Terry discuss which bands they think belong in the rock and roll hall of fame.
  • April 21, 2015 - Hour: 1
    Guest hosts Todd and Terry discuss whether the millennials are getting to much financial support from their parents.

Monday, April 20, 2015

  • April 20, 2015 - Hour: 3
    Teachers in eight school districts, from Arlington to Blaine, announced one-day strikes this week to protest the lack of funding for public schools. The CEO who cut his own pay to give his employees a $70,000 minimum wage says his pay will have to go back to its million dollar rate in the future.
  • April 20, 2015 - Hour: 2
    The case of four young men from Elkhart, who are each serving a five-decade sentence for a murder they did not commit, brings attention to a decades-old controversial and highly criticized but widely used doctrine of criminal law.The Clark County is considering banning electronic cigarette use in public places where tobacco is currently banned. Chris Sullivan reports the United State Golf Association is slowly closing access around Chambers Bay as it puts final preparations in place for the Open.Kraft macaroni and cheese is going to get a little less yellow -- the company has decided to nix fake colors. Rachel Belle report Bellevue Skate King is closing down.
  • April 20, 2015 - Hour: 1
    A state senator wants to get slow left lane drivers out of the way by making it more expensive for them to stay there. Variable tolling lanes are coming to Interstate 405 in the fall and carpoolers need to know the new rules. They include getting a special pass and a Good To Go! account. Celebrity William Shatner says he plans to start a $30 billion Kickstarter campaign to fund a water pipeline to save California from a dangerous drought. He says the pipeline could take water from a place like Seattle. When software developer Seth Morabito decided to move from the Bay Area to Seattle, he had one absolute deal breaker. His new home had to have good, solid, dependable broadband for his work. When West Jacklin’s home was burglarized three weeks ago, he and his fiancée had no idea their Jee

Friday, April 17, 2015

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