Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

  • Tough to nail down candidates in Washington's first congressional district
    Washington's first congressional district has an interesting race on its hands. Republican Pedro Celis is running against a fellow Microsoft alum, Democratic incumbent Suzan DelBene. KIRO Radio's Colleen O'Brien sat down with each candidate for a half-hour conversation.
  • Boeing moving 2,000 jobs out of Washington
    Boeing moving 2,000 jobs, White House intruder, Sports Insiders, Washington's first congressional district race is getting interesting, Windows 9, giving teens IUD's, and could Washington state have saved those 2,000 Boeing jobs.

Monday, September 29, 2014

  • Why didn't they complete highway 167?
    It's the boldest commitment to ground troops by the Speaker to date. Has mission creep ALREADY begun? Joining us is CBS Military Analyst Major Mike Lyons.Jill Schlesinger on money. Sports Insiders: Michael Grey is optimistic about the Mariners, but he thinks they could have done more. It has the potential to ease congestion at a series of chokepoints in King and Pierce Counties, and it was supposed to be built 30 years ago. Chris Sullivan tells us about this highway 167 chokepoint.

Friday, September 26, 2014

Thursday, September 25, 2014

  • Downtown Seattle residents want plan to fight crime
    People who live and work in downtown Seattle want the new police chief to be more aggressive against crimes they say are largely ignored.
  • Did the Mayor kill the Groundhog?
    Richard Sherman has since calmed down... but that hasn't stopped him from banking on the fame his little rant with Erin Andrews has brought him. The Mayor of NYC dropped a famous Groundhog that has now died. Dave spoke with a NYC reporter Alex Silverman. Hollywood has a new way to capture the action. Drones. Joining us is CBS News Aviation/Transportation safety analyst Mark Rosenker.

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

  • Hear the call for a vote on a resolution to study Seattle City Light's rate structure
    Seattle City Council member Kshawma Sawant calls for a vote on her resolution to study City Light's electricity rate structure
  • Nurse plans to ease pain of saying goodbye with 'Ladybug House'
    After 30 years holding the hands of parents and children as they say "I love you" one last time, a local nurse wants to make saying goodbye a little easier.
  • Continuing to hit ISIS targets
    In our never-ending quest to find a way to stop drunk people from doing stupid things... we've stumbled upon a couple of innovations in the field. A newly invigorated group of residents is fighting plans for a 40-thousand square foot marijuana production facility right in their Maple Valley neighborhood. Tim Haeck reports. The U-S and its allies continued to hit ISIS targets in Syria and Iraq overnight in the second day of air strike against the terrorist group. Chris Sullivan has the latest.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

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