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Friday, November 21, 2014

  • Immigration reform
    Toyota North America CEO Tim Lentz is still as optimistic as ever about hydrogen gas and their new car of the future. President Obama says he's waited long enough for Republicans to act on immigration reform and is acting on his own to fix the system. Let's go live to Washington DC and CBS News Correspondent Howard Arenstein.

Thursday, November 20, 2014

  • Sawant arrested
    Kshama Sawant was arrested in SeaTac during an anti-Alaska Airlines protest and has served her time. Brandi Kruse was there and joins us live. KIRO Film Critic Tom Tangney is here to talk about the legendary director Mike Nichols who has died at 83.We're still waiting for a decision from the grand jury in Ferguson on the fate of Officer Darren Wilson. Dave spoke with CBS's Legal analyst Andrew Cohen.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

  • Gov. Inslee joins us and several feet of snow in Buffalo
    Governor Inslee joins us to discuss the latest on the Carbon Tax initiative. Should Washington students be required to pass a test to graduate high school? No, says State Superintendent Randy Dorn, who joins us. Somehow, radio reporters made it into work today including WBEN's Dave Debo. Who joins us under 5 feet of snow in Buffalo.

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

  • Facebook Office
    An unusual experiment shows why salmon are dying so near their spawning grounds. Tim Haeck explains. Todd Bishop joins us to talk about the new way to waste time on Facebook and feel better about it. Facebook Office. It's been about two weeks since the internet exploded - all because of one picture. Colleen explains "Alex from Target." Sports Insiders: Adrian Peterson is out...for at least the rest of this season. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell issued a statement less than an hour ago even as an arbitrator was still deciding the running back's fate.

Monday, November 17, 2014

  • Fish experiment reveals threat to Northwest salmon
    A salmon's journey from stream to river to ocean and back is never a sure thing. Now, an unusual experiment shows why some of the iconic northwest fish are dying so near their spawning grounds.
  • Another ISIS execution, and Cyber Monday…the new Black Friday
    CBS business analyst Jill Schlesinger's moneywatch update. Major Mike Lyons joins us to comment on yet another ISIS execution. In Beirut, Wall Street Journal reporter Maria Abi Habib, says she saw evidence in the video that this was a rush execution. Sports Insiders: The Seahawks fell to the Chiefs yesterday. Marshawn looked good but beat up. The remaining games just got more difficult. The grand jury's decision on whether or not to indict officer Darren Wilson is expected to come any day now. The jury has been meeting since August 20th.

Friday, November 14, 2014

Thursday, November 13, 2014

  • Debating Washington's gun laws
    A lot of commuters wonder why the Coast Guard won't put these openings off during rush hour, like they do on the 520 Bridge to prevent the kind of mess we saw yesterday. Chris Sullivan may have fixed this problem in today's chokepoint. Gavin Seim is a leader in the 'I will not comply ' movement to protest gun rights. He and Dave have a debate. CBS business analyst Jill Schlesinger provides retirement advice. Sports Insiders: Felix Hernandez barely missed out on winning his 2nd Cy Young award yesterday losing to Cleveland's Corey Kluber.

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

  • Will a dip in Green Lake make you more stupid?
    The headline says that scientists have discovered a virus that makes humans more stupid and it's been found in water. Could it be in our local lakes and water?
  • Good news everyone. We landed on a comit
    CBS Correspondent Pam Coulter joins us live from Washington DC. Something amazing is happening this morning, 311 Million miles away. CBS's Bill Harwood joins us live to explains why we are trying to land a probe on a moving asteroid. Dr. David Dunnigan's research has shown that there is a virus in water, including Green Lake, that makes you stupid.

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

  • State offers vets a web tool to zero in on the perfect job
    A new on-line tool, sponsored by Washington's Employment Security Department helps vets find specific jobs to match their military-learned skills.
  • Speaking with the parents of Marysville-Pilchuck
    It has been nearly three weeks since five students were gunned down by a fellow classmate at Marysville-Pilchuck High School. Today, we hear from one of their parents for the first time. The unemployment rate in Washington is five-point-seven percent. But for veterans, it's more than seven percent. The state has a new tool to link vets with the perfect jobs. Tim Haeck reports. Dave spoke with Lynette Kucsma about the Foodini. A 3D printer for food.

Monday, November 10, 2014

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