Marty Raney has a really sick sense of fun. You'd have to in order to sign up for a reality TV show that drops you 150 miles north of the Arctic Circle with little gear, no tent and virtually no food for two months, and no grand prize to keep you going to the end.
White hat hackers are hired to protect companies from the evil hackers who break into their systems and steal information. There are only 20 of these firms in the US, and many of them are here in Seattle.
I'll introduce you to two men who spend years eating vegetarian and vegan, until they discovered ethical butchery. One is the owner of Seattle's Dot's Delicatessen and the other is the author of the new book, "The Ethical Butcher."
What a smoking day on the stock market Friday. The Dow went over 15,000 for a time, the first time ever. The S&P also soared into record territory. Jill Schlesinger at CBS Moneywatch.com tells the Ron and Don Show a better than expected jobs report lit the fire.
Redmond's Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center puts more than 200 disabled people a week on horses to help with their various ailments, not to mention confidence and self esteem. They have recently been joined by a new horse named Blaze, a gift from the Seattle Police Department.