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Tuesday, September 23, 2014

  • An interview with Beast Mode and a ballot briefing
    Last night Beast Mode granted a rare interview with 710 ESPN's new show "The Barbershop." Sports Insiders: Michael Grey tells us how the new ESPN show The Barbershop got Marshawn Lynch on the phone for an interview. Major Mike Lyons joins us to discuss Obama's comments. It's all about the money in this week's Ballot Briefing. Colleen O'Brien explains.

Monday, September 22, 2014

  • Jill Schlesinger is live in studio
    The game lived up to expectations. Former members of the Obama administration are questioning the decision to not arm Syrian rebels years ago. Joining us now is CBS Military Analyst Major Mike Lyons. Breaking it's own record, Apple sold 10 million iPhones over the weekend. So its stock must be surging this morning, right? Jill Schlesinger is live in studio.

Friday, September 19, 2014

  • State wants policy to manage 1,000 miles of recreation trails.
    The State Department of Natural Resources is asking recreation trail users to help develop a policy to protect and manage more than 1,000 miles of trails across Washington.
  • President Clinton still knows how to generate controversy
    Another battle is being waged on recreation trails across the state. Tim Haeck reports. Avoid the Hunger Games retread and consider an alternative at the theaters this weekend. KIRO critic Tom Tangney is here with the review of Tusk. Panhandlers seem to be at every freeway off-ramp and at every busy intersection around Puget Sound. But do they contribute to congestion? Chris Sullivan has a new kind of Chokepoint. President Clinton still knows how to generate controversy. Clinton has faced a backlash this morning. CBS Military Analyst Major Mike Lyons joins us.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

  • The NFL scandel has prompted other to speak out
    The Ray Rice domestic violence case hasn't just been fodder for media. It's had a real effect on the number of women finding the courage to leave their abusive relationships. Secretary of State John Kerry speaking to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on the President's plan to defeat ISIS. Which prompted us to wonder, why would we publicly announce our strategy beforehand? Joining us is CBS Military Analyst Major Mike Lyons. Sports Insiders: More and more NFL players are getting trouble. What can be done about it? They finally got to him last night, but Mariners pitcher James Paxton is the real deal.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

  • The Hellís Angels in Washington and zipper merging
    That driver cruising by you to merge in the open lane is DOING IT RIGHT. Chris Sullivan has today's Chokepoint. Members of a notorious biker gang gathered in Seattle's Ballard neighborhood last night. Brandi Kruse was there and she is in studio to tell us about the fate of the Hell's Angels in Washington.

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

  • Jenn Ghetto at KIRO Studios
    Jenn Ghetto returns as S for her fourth album, "Cool Choices."
  • Ballot Briefing and Boko Haram
    Sunday marked five months since 270 girls, all students at a boarding school, were kidnapped in Nigeria by Islamist Militant Group Boko Haram. Jason Ritchie, who faces an uphill battle after receiving less than half of the votes Reichert was able to pull in. Colleen has today's Ballot Briefing.

Monday, September 15, 2014

Friday, September 12, 2014

  • Movie Review: Michael Medved on 'Dolphin Tale 2'
    Winter isnít capable of being freed, but one of her companion dolphins is in this movie. And thereís some fascinating footage early on, including a scene where Bethany Hamilton, the young female surfer who lost her arm, swims alongside Winter.
  • Dogs helping people with hidden disabilities, too
    Service dogs are specially trained to help disabled people function in their homes and in public. But the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) does not require that they wear a sign or brightly colored vest, as commonly thought.
  • The Pete Carroll Show and Senator Bruce Dammeier
    The Pete Carroll Show: The Hawks enter week 2 looking even stronger. Yesterday afternoon, The State Supreme Court held the State Legislature in contempt for failing to make satisfactory progress on funding the state's education needs. It was the decision many in the legislature was hoping for.

Thursday, September 11, 2014

  • Obama addresses the nation
    Boeing was expecting a documentary. What it got was a was an ambush. And now Boeing is on the defensive after the release of an Al Jazeera report on the history of the 787. Chris Sullivan reports. In last night's prime time address, President Obama spoke boldly about defeating ISIS. Major Mike Lyons joins us. A fatal police shooting in Ferguson, Missouri again raises the issue of why police departments look and act so much like a military force.