Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

  • Rachel Belle live in Phoenix
    Brandi Kruse is here with details. Rachel Belle is live from Phoenix and she recalls the bizarre Media Day yesterday and her attempt to interview Marshawn. In Olympia, they're kicking around the idea of voting by E-mail. Chokepoints: Chris Sullivan tells us why tolls fluctuate with traffic on all toll roads except the Tacoma Narrows Bridge.

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

  • Rachel Belle live in Glendale
    One of the great features of commuter apps like Waze is that it can show where police have set-up speed traps, in real time. But some police agencies are worried that instant data is putting officers in danger. Chris Sullivan reports. Mike Lyons joins us with more on what's going on in Yemen. Jeanette Wicks-Lim from the University of Massachusetts weighs in on the economic effects of a raised minimum wage.

Monday, January 26, 2015

  • Super Bowl food ideas
    Sports Insiders: The Seahawks land in Arizona and deflate-gate still dominates the headlines. It's still college application season for a lot of high school students, and the numbers don't lie: It's becoming harder to get into local universities. Libby Denkmann reports. Josh Kerns is in to talk about Super Bowl prop bets. Chef Tom Douglas and Thierry Rautureau from Seattle Kitchen have some Super Bowl food ideas.

Friday, January 23, 2015

Thursday, January 22, 2015

  • Seahawk shockwaves in Saskatchewan
    Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman promised on Sunday that his elbow injury from the NFC title game will NOT keep him out of the Super Bowl. Tolling is becoming the new reality around Puget Sound. We have tolls on the Tacoma Narrows Bridge and the 520 Bridge. They are on 167 and on their way to 405. Chris Sullivan has today's Chokepoint. Michael Medved gives "Whiplash" 3 and a half starts out of 4.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

  • The State of the Union
    Dr. Michael Davis teaches economics at Missouri University of Science and Technology. He teaches us the economical impact of having a Super Bowl team, and hosting a Super Bowl. Deal hunter Matt Granite says not to wait until April 15th to worry about taxes. He says to start today. Dave Ross Commentary: Are they finally serious?Sports Insiders: "Deflate-gate" gains traction today as the Patriots have been accused of deflating 11 of the 12 footballs in Sunday's AFC Championship game. We've dragged Peter Maer out of retirement to help us out with last night's State of the Union address?

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

  • Is God leaning in direction of Seahawks' Russell Wilson?
    Anyone playing close attention to Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson's tweets may have noticed an ongoing exchange with the pastor of church from Atlanta, Georgia. Bishop William Murphy joins Seattle's Morning News to talk about his exchange with the Seahawks quarterback about faith.
  • Senator Patty Murray joins us
    Jon Ryan, who hails from Canada, and is someone we rarely hear from, sat down with 710ESPN to talk about Sunday's miracle win. Bishop William Murphy in Atlanta reflects of Russell Wilson's showing of emotion and faith after the game Sunday. President Obama delivers the State of the Union address. Senator Patty Murray joins us live.

Monday, January 19, 2015

  • Seattle Seahawks are the NFC Champions
    A Seahawks mashup using to "Houdini" from "Foster The People." Seattle is going back to the Super Bowl.
  • We speak to Seahawk and Packer fans after the game
    A montage from the Seahawks victory yesterday. It was an emotional roller coaster for Hawks fans at Century Link yesterday. Libby Denkmann was there and she spoke to some enthusiastic fans. Brandi Kruse caught up with some Packers fans after the game, who took the loss surprisingly well. Deal Hunter Matt Granite tells us how to buy a TV for the Super Bowl. Sports Insiders: Michael Grey stops by to talk about the miracle game yesterday and to look ahead at the Patriots.

Friday, January 16, 2015

  • Movie Review: Michael Medved on "Blackhat"
    Michael Medved reviews the new, violent action film starring the actor best known as "Thor," Chris Hemsworth.
  • The Pete Carroll Show
    Michael Medved reviews "Black Hat." A web site based in Texas called The Truth About Guns, founded by a former CNN cameraman, created a re-enactment of the Charlie Hebdo attack using paint ball guns. The Pete Carroll Show