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Tom Tangney and John Curley bring insight to the day's news weekdays 9am to noon on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM.

Friday, February 12, 2016

  • University of Washington socks are 'crude', 'funny'
    College is a time to be experimental. Based on a top-selling item in the University of Washington bookstore, it's also a time to be vulgar.
  • February 12, 2016 - Hour 3
    HOUR 3 [11 am] :06 Nick Hanauer thinks companies should have better work schedule practices. Facebook moves to find and block terrorist content. Everything you need to know about the next Republican presidential debate. Maryland college in turmoil after professors fired over student newspaper report. :33 Know it all Quiz. :47 Letters
  • February 12, 2016 - Hour 2
    HOUR 2 [10 am] :06 A man was arrested on federal drug-trafficking charges Tuesday morning as he left a group home he operates that advertise services for recovering addicts. KIRO Radio’s Sara Lerner says local florists are losing business to online retailers pretending to work close by. Schedule workers as you would have them schedule you. Ted Cruz’s campaign pulls ad after learning an actress in the spot appeared in softcore porn. Here is Amy Lindsay’s past films. Kirkland police: Qualified applicants needed to avoid officer shortage. :33 Tom and John breakdown the morality base of voters. :47 Tom says Zoolander 2 is a glitter bomb - One part glitter, one part bomb.
  • February 12, 2016 - Hour 1
    Hillary Clinton pressed Bernie Sanders on the viability of his proposals for free health care and college tuition in a Democratic presidential debate Thursday. Portland folk singer James Twyman’s trip to Syria was a success. It was just announced nations involved in the fighting will stop the fighting to bring humanitarian aid to the area. // Vigilant Ballard resident helps get rid of squatters in her neighborhood. // Online dating has tripled among young adults. See What People in every state are giving up for Lent.

Thursday, February 11, 2016

  • February 11, 2016 - Hour 3
    Hundreds weigh in on proposed methanol plant in Tacoma. Seattle City Council held a meeting regarding homeless yesterday. Ferndale is under attack from animal rights activist who are upset donkeys will be used for a fundraiser. Donald Trump finally reveals how much is big wall will cost. // The reason the happiest couples you know are probably fooling themselves. // Letters.
  • February 11, 2016
    In a close vote, the Senate rejected a bill to eliminate Washington’s new rule allowing transgender people to use bathrooms and locker rooms consistent with their gender identity. A majority of the low-income, B-average students who received college scholarships from the Gates Foundation are doing very well after graduation, a new study shows. Why do young people of such a visceral dislike of Hillary Clinton? Government sues Ferguson after city tries to revise deal. // Thanks to science, you may soon be able to wipe out bad memories. // Cosmetologists all over Ohio have begun training to spot signs of human trafficking in their clients.
  • February, 11 2016 - Hour 1
    BREAKING NEWS: Oregon standoff update. Occupiers at Oregon refuge say they’ll turn themselves in. Michele Fiore, the gun-toting, calendar-posing politician who negotiated the Ore. occupiers’ surrender. II-405 traffic is as bad as you thought it was. Defensive end Michael Bennett embodies this outspoken, talented Seahawks team with his outrageous quotes and off-the-charts ability. Wednesday he was honored as the Seattle Sports Male Star of the Year. // U.S. vehicle safety regulators have said the artificial intelligence system piloting a self-driving Google car could be considered the driver under federal law. This is a major step toward ultimately winning approval for autonomous vehicles on the roads. // Connecticut dentists don’t want you whitening your own teeth.

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

  • The Tom and Curley Show: 2-10-2016: Hour 2
    Seattle has $7.6 million emergency plan for homeless and encampment sweeps. Ballard Chamber of Commerce is concerned the city will stop enforcing laws against homeless people living in their RVs. Seattle nonprofit loses nearly $10,000 in scam; police searching for suspects. Men do laundry their way. // Funny or Die made a Trump Biopic, Starring Johnny Depp. Impersonators are hoping Donald Trump is elected President. // The Oscars try to put an end to long acceptance speeches.
  • The Tom and Curley Show: 2-10-2016: Hour 1
    Seattle streetcar project recommended for grant in 2017 presidential budget. Pierce Transit shrinking pool of “human capital” could hinder expansion efforts.  Tom and John discuss the New Hampshire primary results. // Controversial film shown at Virginia high school slammed as 'White guilt' video. // A Houston man and a New York woman are facing felony charges after authorities say they were recorded having sex in public during a 30-minute ride in a glass-enclosed cabin on a Ferris wheel in Las Vegas.
  • The Tom and Curley Show: 2-10-2016: Hour 3
    Hope Solo could miss Olympics due to concern over Zika virus. Bill would enable Washington motorcyclists to move around stalled traffic. Its official, Richard Sherman is a nerd. Supreme Court puts Obama's clean power plan on hold. // Seattle schools levies easily passing in Tuesday’s election. John says funding school is good for your property value. // Tom & Curley Beer announcement!!!! Letters.

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

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