Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

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.

Friday, August 15, 2014

  • Movie Review: Michael Medved on 'The Giver'
    KTTH host and movie critic Michael Medved has some harsh words for Jeff Bridges' latest pet project.
  • The cost of Metro's new reduced bus fare program
    KIRO’s Tim Haeck reports on the new reduced bus fare program that will cost the county millions of dollars // Deal Hunter Matt Granite on the best “pre” Labor Day deals // Sports Insiders: What to watch for in tonight’s preseason game // KIRO’s Chris Sullivan reports on Todd Duitsman of Snohomish County who was paralyzed during a family trip to Hawaii // Michael Medved reviews "The Giver" giving it two stars // SeaWorld’s stock price is sinking and a CNN documentary might be to blame

Thursday, August 14, 2014

  • Union machinists are still upset
    Union machinists are still upset about the way they say a gun was put to their heads with the contract vote. Chris Sullivan has details. Sports Insiders: The M's finished up their 9 game home stand with an 8 and 1 record. Can you remember the last time a series this late in the season meant so much for the Seattle Mariners?

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • Presidential declaration won't help individual homeowners, businesses
    President Obama signed a disaster declaration for Washington but the assistance is for Okanagon County and the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation. It won't help individual homeowners.
  • Michael Medved tells us who will run for office
    Today's KIRO Radio "Ballot Briefing" covers the probability of Mitt Romney running again and national conservative commentator Michael Medved has his doubts. Michael Medved doesn't think Romney will run again, but he was excited about New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez.

Monday, August 11, 2014