Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

  • Officer involved shooting at Gas Works
    Chris Sullivan is live at Gas Works where an officer involved shooting took place overnight. Smith contended that women should not provoke men like Rice. The on-going battle between cars and pedestrians in Seattle is the focus of this morning's CHOKEPOINT update.

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

  • Monorail plan and no more free coffee
    The author of a new monorail plan for Seattle insists it's is a good idea and that the voters want it, despite the spectacular failure of the last monorail plan. Tim Haeck reports. Some local charities are going to be coming-up short in Snohomish County this year. It's not because the public has lost interest in their cause but because of a small sign that the state recently took down. Chris Sullivan reports.

Monday, July 28, 2014

  • Police using GPS to track children who bolt or wander
    More and more police agencies are adopting technology to help officers and parents track children who tend to run away or wander.
  • Lake City Way chokepoint
    Choke Point: Chris Sullivan takes a look at a Lake City Way bus stop that is jamming up the commute. Boko Haram, the terrorist faction that still is holding over 200 Nigerian schoolgirls captive, continues to wreak havoc in both Nigeria and surrounding nations. CBS Military Analyst Major Mike Lyons.

Friday, July 25, 2014

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

  • Governor Jay Inslee on the wildfire emergency declaration
    Gov. Jay Inslee briefed Obama on the fire situation after the president arrived in Seattle on Tuesday afternoon at the start of a three-day West Coast trip. Obama signed an emergency declaration Wednesday because of wildfires burning the past two weeks in the state. The declaration authorizes the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Department of Homeland Security to coordinate disaster relief and help state and local agencies with equipment and resources.
  • Wildfires federal emergency Gov. Inslee joins us
    Governor Inslee joins us on the wildfires. The new Special Agent in charge of the Seattle FBI might be exactly the right person to fill that role. Kim Shepard explains. Michael Medved is in to discuss Rick Perry and how he may run for Office. Brandi Kruse is in Winthrop, Washington where she went inside a firefighter base camp to see how they’re holding up.

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

  • Amid destruction, some spared in massive Carlton Complex fire
    Dale Burnison, 75, struggles to understand how his home was spared by the massive Carlton Complex fire, while so many others were not. KIRO Radio's Brandi Kruse reports from rural Pateros, Washington.
  • Seattle health officials paying attention to worldwide spread of tuberculosis
    A drug-resistant form of a deadly, infectious disease is expanding worldwide and it poses a threat here in the Seattle area, too.
  • Brandi Kruse is at the wildfires
    Brandi Kruse is outside the town of Pateros, where one man is struggling to understand how his home was spared when everything else around it wasn't. Dave spoke with Dave Rosenbaum at Penn State about the opposite of procrastination and how it is just as bad. The world's largest software company will release it's fourth quarter earnings report today.

Monday, July 21, 2014

Friday, July 18, 2014

  • Who did it and why?
    From expectant parents to emergency responders, planning has been going on for weeks to prepare for the I-90 construction nightmare. Josh Kerns spoke to a listener who is planning the birth of his child around the construction. CBS Military Analyst Major Mike Lyons. Who did it and why? The mystery surrounding the attack on civilian flight MH17 remains unsolved.