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Chill out 12s, the Seahawks won

I turn on some of my favorite shows in sports radio today and I listen to the callers and then I listen to some of the emails that were read and I was just shocked.

Micro-housing battle heating up with big decision expected from Seattle City Council

The battle over micro-housing in the City of Seattle is heating up with a major decision expected from the Seattle City Council next week.

Should you trust government assurances when it comes to deadly health threats?

When there's a serious health concern in a community, should you automatically trust the government when it gives the all clear, or should you continue taking extra precaution?

The dying art of piano tuning, and a blind Seattle man who's keeping the profession alive

The average piano tuner is between 55 and 60 years old, and not a lot of young people are entering the profession. But 70 year old Mike Gill has been a piano tuner for 45 years, and he happens to be blind.

Don: Why is no one outraged about plight of former JBLM soldier who stormed White House?

The former JBLM soldier accused of climbing a fence and storming the White House with a knife pleaded not guilty Wednesday, the same day the head of the Secret Service resigned.

What happens to knives, multi-tools confiscated by TSA at Sea-Tac? They're sold in Tumwater

If you've ever gone through airport security and had an item confiscated, you might have wondered where it ended up. Did the TSA agent eat the oversize bottle of salsa you bought in Mexico? Turns out, all the liquids are destroyed, but all of the knives and screwdrivers are sold by a government run agency. All the proceeds go back into the general fund.

Rock star rages against popular Seattle dive bar for denying him entry

Rage Against the Machine guitarist, Tom Morello, Tweeted that Seattle's dive bar/greasy spoon, 5 Point Cafe, is the "WORST" after he was denied entry into the over-packed bar. The 5 Point Cafe's owner reacts.

Kim Shepard takes a trip to Seattle's second pot shop

Seattle got its second legal pot shop on Wednesday. KIRO Radio anchor Kim Shepard went down to check out the action.

Don O'Neill: Stop celebrating mediocrity when it comes to the Mariners

Even when it was official that the Mariners were out of postseason contention as the Oakland A's clinched the last wild-card spot half way through the Mariners final game of the season, fans still offered the Mariners a standing ovation.

A Seattle sign language interpreter wants to end police brutality against the deaf

A Seattle sign language interpreter says too many deaf people have been assaulted and arrested by police officers who didn't know they were deaf, and thought they were being defiant. So she is crossing the country, training police officers in 54 cities on basic sign language and reminding them to be aware of the deaf community.

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