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Friday, October 24, 2014

  • The 13th Grade
    Oregon high school students can now get their diploma with a year of college already under their belt.
  • Why is a dagger allowed at school? And the Pete Carroll Show
    Dave spoke with Rebecca Schuman about the 13th grade. CBS Military Consultant Major Mike Lyons joins us. He has been tweeting out some reservations about the way we intend to approach the ISIS fight. At Auburn's Gildo Rey Elementary a boy is being allowed to carry a ceremonial knife to school because his family adheres to the Sikh religion. It's a small ceremonial dagger in a sheath. The Pete Carroll Show.

Thursday, October 23, 2014

  • Scientists discover mutation that might explain influenza mystery
    A mutation in a common virus might explain why people ages 35-48 were more susceptible to the flu last season.
  • Is Russell Wilson "black enough?"
    Amongst the complaints against Wilson are: he's too buddy buddy with management, and refuses to take responsibility for his mistakes. And, most shockingly, he simply isn't "black enough." Angry citizens are still calling for Officer Darren Wilson's arrest. Joining us is KMOX Reporter Michael Calhoun. Thanks to smart, refreshing movies like "Humpday" and "Your Sister's Sister," local filmmaker Lynn Shelton has become a darling of the indie film world. Tom Tangney spoke to Shelton and joins us.

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

  • ISIS intercepts supplies for Syrians
    A large group of business leaders in the state appears ready to swallow a massive gas tax increase, IF it means the lawmakers will fund key projects. Chris Sullivan reports. Today, Boeing is celebrating construction of the sprawling facility. Tim Haeck explains. It was the image we didn't want to see. A member of ISIS alongside a bundle of aid meant for Syrians in Kobani. How did it end up in the wrong hands? CBS Military Analyst Major Mike Lyons joins us.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

  • Holiday travel advice
    Matt Granite has advice on the best time to travel for your holiday. Sports Insiders: Former Hawks receiver Percy Harvin spoke to the media for the first time as a New York Jet yesterday. The Washington State Supreme Court will begin hearing arguments today in a civil suit against the controversial classified ads website Backpage.com. As the U.S. military scales back its forces, thousands of service members in Washington each year are looking for a new line of work.

Monday, October 20, 2014

  • The Violet Sessions live album release
    Music can cure the blues, but can it help find a cure for cancer? A group of Seattle bands have come together for The Violet Sessions.
  • In the case of Ebola, a battle between fear and reason
    A U-W professor of public affairs warns politicians and health officials to give information in a clear, consistent, direct and timely fashion
  • Music might just help in the fight against cancer
    Music might just help in the fight against cancer. Colleen O'Brien has more on the next step for Tumor Paint. Jill Schlesinger has the latest on the stock market. Sports Insiders: It's been a long time since this team has had more questions than answers. It's been 15 years since the film adaptation of Fight Club... and Chuck spoke to KIRO Radio about why the movie's popularity and influence have only continued to grow.

Friday, October 17, 2014

  • ISIS is airbourne
    With record-low turnout in the August primary in Snohomish, Pierce and King counties... is it any surprise that pollsters don't expect a big turnout in November. ISIS is now airborne. According to Reuters, the militants have secured 3 fighter jets in the Syrian region of Aleppo. It's the first time ISIS has taken to the skies. Joining us is CBS Military Analyst Mike Lyons.

Thursday, October 16, 2014

  • Two Dallas nurses came down with Ebola
    The state still needs to pay for the West Approach Bridge South and the final connecting link between Montlake and Interstate-5. Tim Haeck explains. 20 years ago "The Pick" changed the future of the Oregon Ducks and the Washington Huskies. Congress will grill the head of the CDC on Capitol Hill this morning on why those two Dallas nurses came down with Ebola. So what about here?

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

  • KIRO’s 79th Birthday
    Thousands of chemical weapons found buried in the sand were never officially reported. Why? CBS Military Analyst Major Mike Lyons joins us. For years, child-rearing experts have warned parents to limit a toddler's exposure to television and videos. In today's smart phone world, pediatricians are wondering if it might be time to update that policy as Tim Haeck explains. 79 years ago today, KIRO Radio first went on the air. Seattle's Premier Historian and KCTS correspondent Feliks Banel joins with the story of how we got to where we are today.

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Monday, October 13, 2014

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