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
April 16, 2015 - Hour: 2 Troy Kelley indicted; should he resign? (Yes)
House bill would have voters decide on city marijuana bans. Kids smoking e-cigs over tobacco (a glass half-full argument)
April 16, 2015 - Hour: 1 Anti-panhandling ordinance rejected in Everett
Bob Stelton (710 ESPN Seattle) explains the massive Robinson Cano screw up last night and why some fans are already panicking over the M’s.
April 15, 2015 - Hour: 3 A leadership breakfast to bring Snohomish County and Tulalip tribal governments closer together ended in accusations of racism with County Executive John Lovick accusing County Council Chairman Dave Somers of telling an off-color joke. Somers explains himself!
Starck Follis, Chief Deputy with the Whatcom County Public Defender, explains why one Bellingham senior keeps robbing banks (for $1) and letting cops catch him.
April 15, 2015 - Hour: 2 It’s tax day. Did you wait until the last minute?
WA’s Obamacare is hurting your ability to file taxes
The best and worst jobs. Dori turned 20 years old. Seattlish.com founder Hanna Brooks Olson says Mayor Murray is flashy about promoting gay rights, but MIA on pay equity. But what does the data say about pay equity? And what can he realistically do?
April 15, 2015 - Hour: 1 Everett is voting tonight on laws some say simply criminalize the homeless. Josh Kerns explains what the lawmakers are looking to do. Minimum wage issues bubbling up around the state… who is paying for them and organizing?