Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

Monday, September 1, 2014

  • Phones hacked and Labor Day deals
    Programming director Chris Porter, instrumental in choosing over 120 musical acts, joins us to give us the secret formula to booking the perfect Bumbershoot lineup. Joining us is KIRO Tech Expert Gregg Stebben on how we can at least make it a little more difficult for hackers to invade our lives. Radio Shack may still have some life in it yet. Matt Granite, our resident Deal Hunter, joins us to tell us what price slashes can't be missed.

Friday, August 29, 2014

Thursday, August 28, 2014

  • Boeing’s football pads and Up Close with LOB coach
    An update to a story we brought you yesterday - where we learned that the Tacoma Police Department has been using a device called a "Stingray" to gather cell phone data. Chris Sullivan goes up with the coach of the LOB. Ira Goldman, the six foot three inventor of the Knee Defender, spoke to MSNBC about his airplane incident.

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

  • Another ballot breifing
    Today's "Ballot Briefing." There's a growing problem with people abusing prescription painkillers. Dr Colleen Barry at Johns Hopkins discovered some startling figures. Chris Sullivan goes Up Close with Seahawks new receiver Paul Richardson. For the last two weeks, a Snohomish farm owner has been hauling five gallon buckets of water by hand to take care of his livestock, just like in the old days. Tim Haeck reports.

Monday, August 25, 2014

  • live at the 99 closure
    Chris Sullivan is live at the 99 closure. As the Seahawks put the final touches on the preseason, one name getting a lot of attention is defensive lineman Greg Scruggs. Josh Kerns goes Up Close with the Seahawks. The 3D Printer World Expo took place in Bellevue over the weekend. Zak Burns was there. Sports Insiders: Bronco's kicker suspended for drinking beer at home, M's sweep the BoSox at Fenway for the first time in history, and the Seahawks embarrass the Bears.

Friday, August 22, 2014

  • Movie Review: Michael Medved on 'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For'
    The on-screen follow up to "Sin City" hits theaters this weekend and it's one of those sequels that in every way is preferable to the first film.
  • 99 closing this weekend
    The state needs to tear down the bridge that goes over the now-closed Broad Street in South Lake Union, so it will close 99 at Valley Street for 4 nights. Chris Sullivan has details. Josh Kerns has the latest on the Garfield High School rape story. Michael Medved reviews the new "Sin City.

Thursday, August 21, 2014

  • The adventures of online dating
    The adventures of online dating. Last Friday's over-loading of a ferry full of Seahawks fans was the capper on what has been a summer to forget for the largest ferry system in the country. Chris Sullivan reports. A protest at the Seattle School Board last night - finally sparked action by the district to review how it handles cases of student sexual assault and rape.

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

  • Challenging the challengers of the "Ice Bucket Challenge"
    A federal investigation into the Seattle School District's handling of an alleged rape during a Garfield High School field trip continues. Josh Kerns has the update. University of Washington Professor Christopher Parker, who researches public trust in cops, says a police force with a majority of black officers probably could have defused the reaction to the shooting of Michael Brown. The "Ice Bucket Challenge" is being called out on Reddit.

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

  • Remembering Don Pardo and the latest in Ferguson
    Dave spoke with Norm Stamper in Ferguson, MO. Dave spoke with Michael Calhoun from KMOX in Ferguson, MO. Sports Insiders: Brock and Salk explain the difference AL and NL batting strategies and how Lloyd McClenden managed his team in Philly. Remembering Don Pardo.

Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Choke point and the latest in Ferguson
    Choke Points: Driver behavior is also a major cause of traffic congestion in our region.A study found that 79% of people who use food banks report purchasing inexpensive, processed food just to have enough to feed their families. Protests continue in Ferguson Missouri as tension continues to escalate following the shooting of an unarmed 18 year old. Covering the story for KMOX is Michael Calhoun.