Friday, September 4, 2015
- Bumbershoot saved: Big lineup expected to draw huge crowds
Seattle's signature summer festival gets underway Saturday with one of its best lineups in years, not to mention a dizzying array of comedy, dance, films and other artistic endeavors.
- Marysville school shooter sent series of distressed messages to ex-girlfriend
Marysville school shooter sent series of distressed messages to ex-girlfriend
- Seattle Tehran Havana poster show
Seattle Tehran Havana poster show is free Friday afternoon from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. After that, it's accessible to Bumbershoot festival ticket holders through Labor Day.
- Michael Medved reviews faith-based film 'War Room'
"War Room" is a faith-based film that emphasizes prayer as a remedy to life's problems. It gets 2.5 our of 4 stars.
- September 4, 2015 - Hour: 1
Seattle's Morning News Highlights: International art poster show; Face the Nation host John Dickerson with a campaign update; Tom Tangney reviews "A Walk in the Woods"; Labor Day Chokepoint; Sports Insider Danny O'Neil; Bumbershoot Festival.
Thursday, September 3, 2015
- McKenna: Yes, it is illegal for Washington teachers to go on strike
The Washington attorney general who wrote the opinion that it is illegal for teachers to strike, weighs in on the current threat.
- Life after the NFL: Former Seahawks talk about adjusting to post-football life
Dave Wyman and Marcus Trufant discuss what they did to make the transition from Seahawk to fan. A feat not easy for many players who face a range of post-NFL problems.
- Bumbershoot bounces back thanks to music industry giant AEG
Bumbershoot returns stronger than ever thanks to the backing of music giant AEG
- September 3, 2015 - Hour: 1
Seattle's Morning News Highlights: Traffic Chokepoint; MPHS Update; Rob McKenna about teacher strikes; Nick Burns on Iran; Sports Insider Danny O'Neil; post-NFL careers.
Wednesday, September 2, 2015
- Chokepoint: Seattle reconsiders bridge, boat traffic
Bridge openings in Seattle can back up hundreds of vehicles on the road during peak hours.
- No, Seattle is not shedding restaurant jobs because of $15 minimum wage
Another expert has weighed in on the $15 minimum wage debate and says people should stop making claims so soon.
- September 2, 2015 - Hour: 1
Seattle's Morning News Highlights: Traffic Chokepoint; Historian Feliks Banel on the USS Missouri; Dartmouth's tackling dummies; Kentucky same-sex marriage licenses; minimum wage study; Sports Insider Danny O'Neil; MPHS shooting report.
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
- Tacoma to experiment with gun drop boxes
The City of Tacoma is crafting a new program that would place firearm drop boxes in neighborhoods, away from police presence in hopes of encouraging people, particularly youth, to turn in guns.
- September 1, 2015 - Hour: 1
Seattle's Morning News Highlights: Hillary Clinton emails; parent shaming; McCleary Decision update; gun drop box; Sports Insider Danny O'Neil; Chokepoint with Chris Sullivan.
Monday, August 31, 2015
- Fallen firefighters are honored in Wenatchee service
Hundreds of colleagues and loved ones gathered to honor three firefighters who died fighting wildfires in Eastern Washington this season.