Rantz: Pierce Transit staff face discipline if they don’t use ‘ze,’ ‘they’ pronouns
Why is Seattle one of the most anxious cities in America?
Drivers caught illegally in Seattle bus lanes over 100K times in 2022
Semi rollover on I-5 in Fife causing major delays to afternoon commute
Shots fired ends with arrest of man in Whatcom County
State Route 109 near Ocean Shores to close for three weeks
Inslee pleas for more funds as state, city crews clear First Ave bridge encampment
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Feliks, Dave debate the future of Seattle's Memorial Stadium
Dave Ross and Feliks Banel debated how far the city should go in preserving the memorial, what its purpose in the community should be.
Fire 'knocked down' at Tacoma building, air quality improves
A firefight is underway at an abandoned building in Tacoma, where a huge plume of black smoke is rising into the air.
‘Move Over or Slow Down’ patrols happening in King County this week
Troopers are conducting emphasis patrols in King County this week to stress the importance of Washington’s Move Over or Slow Down law.
Vacant 7-Eleven in Rainier Valley destroyed by fire
Seattle Firefighters responded to a vacant 7-Eleven in Rainier Valley with flames burning through it early Tuesday morning.
Seattle Schools: 'We need to make changes,' but promises no closures
Since 2017, enrollment has been declining for Seattle Public Schools (SPS), and officials anticipate the trend will continue.
Large encampment being cleared out under First Avenue South Bridge
Major efforts are underway to clear a homeless encampment in Seattle’s South Park neighborhood, just below the First Avenue South Bridge.
Mariners’ Dipoto: Young star Julio Rodríguez in his ‘element’ in growing spotlight
"I guess what I will always go back to with Julio is he's grounded," Mariners president of baseball operations Jerry Dipoto told Wyman and Bob.
Fann: Jalen Carter’s red flags make Seahawks trade down in draft more likely
The ambiguity surrounding standout Georgia defensive lineman Jalen Carter has potentially thrown a wrench into the Seahawks' plans with the No. 5 overall pick.
‘It’s home’: Jarran Reed talks returning to Seahawks, Bobby Wagner, more
Veteran DL Jarran Reed joined Seattle Sports' Bump & Stacy to discuss his return to the Seahawks, Bobby Wagner and much more.
What does Al Woods release tell us about Seahawks’ defense?
The Seahawks surprisingly released veteran nose tackle Al Woods on Monday. Bump and Stacy react to the move and explain what it means.
Top Mariners prospect Harry Ford shares highlights from memorable WBC
Top Mariners prospect Harry Ford joined Wyman & Bob to discuss his experience playing in the World Baseball Classic and much more.
With Lock re-signed, are Seahawks out on drafting a QB in the 1st round?
With Drew Lock re-signed, are the Seahawks no longer a threat to take a QB at No. 5 in next month's draft? Brock Huard breaks it down.
Rantz: King County official defended terrorists, tweets anti-Semitic smears
His views on Jews and Israel were on full display in a Letter to the Editor in an August 2002 edition of the Chicago Tribune that he allegedly wrote.
COVID restrictions put her business at risk, now she's running for governor
“I'm definitely running as a business owner, not as a politician,” Wheat Khan told the Jason Rantz Show on AM 770 KTTH.
Rantz: Echo Glen youth inmates armed with shanks ignited fire, demanded McDonald's
Six juveniles at Echo Glen Children's Center, some armed with shanks, set fire to property and demanded McDonald's early Sunday.
Rantz: Director who investigates police under fire for bashing cops
OLEO Director Tamer Abouzeid is under fire for tweets bashing police, calling to "completely replace" the entire criminal justice system.
Fatal overdose victim abandoned at Seattle Children's parking lot
Sources told Jason Rantz there was a note left on the windshield explaining she died of an overdose. SPD is currently looking for a suspect.
Seattle City Attorney: Time to create 'accountability in the public safety system'
The Seattle City Attorney identified 118 individuals who were responsible for over 2,400 cases referred to the office over the past 5 years.
Ross: There's a limit to compassion that we should have in the courts
It’s important to try new things – like a compassionate court – but it’s just as important to recognize it's doing more harm than good.
Ross: You have to pay your transit fare now; imagine that
Starting this week, new signs are going up at all the light rail stations. They are bright yellow signs that say “Pay To Enter.”
Ross: Ex-football players would convince people to pay for transit
Yesterday, the State Supreme Court ruled in favor of Zachary Meredith, who in 2018 boarded a Community Transit bus without paying his fare.
Dave Ross quizzes ChatGPT on the hardest Jeopardy! questions
With the new update to ChatGPT being rolled out I found a Reader’s Digest feature headlined: “14 Final Jeopardy! Questions Everybody Got Wrong.”
Ross: Community policing program should include public tackle training
There would be five or ten of our burliest male and female citizens trained to swarm the assailant and, in 30 seconds, have him zip-tied
Ross: The myth of pulling yourself up by your bootstraps
A lot of us take that to the extreme by assuming everyone has those magical bootstraps that, if only you pull on them hard enough, will fix everything
Gee & Ursula
Gee Scott: Trump 'has to go to jail, it's not rocket science'
Former President Donald Trump claimed “illegal leaks” indicated he would be arrested Tuesday through posts on Truth Social.
G&U: Why is $100,000 worth equivalent to $49,000 in Seattle?
According to a SmartAsset report, $100,000 in Seattle is worth to roughly $49,000 after adjusting for taxes and cost of living.
Big ideas for the city from the head of the Downtown Seattle Association
Jon Scholes, President and CEO of the Downtown Seattle Association (DSA), has some big ideas on how to bring downtown back to its former glory.
Gee & Ursula: What about those airline fees?
What about those airline fees? More are coming. KIRO Newsradio's Gee & Ursula have different takes on the subject.
Kent Mayor: 'Our police department is fully staffed,' but needs more officers
Kent Mayor Dana Ralph says its police department is fully staffed in budgeted positions but needs more officers.
Gee and Ursula debate whether money really does buy happiness
According to research from two Nobel Prize-winning economists from Princeton University, their study concluded $500,000 can indeed boost happiness.
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100+ mile Hood Canal Bridge detour will mess with summer weekends
A 100-mile detour is what drivers will face this summer if their plans take them across the Hood Canal Bridge.
WSDOT's homeless initiative showing some early signs of success
I think we all realize just how tough it is to clear homeless camps from the freeway, and only kicking people out doesn't work.
SR-520 drivers won't be getting a lane back for another year
This is not the news westbound State Route 520 drivers want to hear, they will not be getting their second lane back to Interstate 5 any time soon.
Construction season is year-round across the Pacific Northwest
There is no such thing as construction season. There is so much work to do around the state that those orange cones are going to be with us year-round.
WSDOT to address I-5 chokepoints between Everett, Marysville
It's been eight years since I first started talking about a fix to the daily chokepoint on I-5 between Everett and Marysville.
Time to pay up or face Good to Go! toll fees and penalties
Have you checked your Good to Go account or searched those piles of mail in your house for a forgotten toll bill?
Feliks Banel: NW History and All Over The Map
Before it collapsed, WaMu ad campaign was the 'Friend of the Family'
All the failing banks in the news lately remind so many around the Pacific Northwest of a memorable WaMu ad campaign.
Regional anthem “Viva! Sea-Tac” celebrates 1990s Seattle culture, good and bad
Over the past few decades, “Viva! SeaTac” has become something of an anthem for the region, at least among a certain demographic.
Cherry trees in front of Pike Place Market are gone
The City of Seattle removed the storied cherry trees on Pike Street between First Avenue and Second Avenue Tuesday.
Gray Field namesake’s ‘oxygen ran out before his courage’
The airfield at Fort Lewis is named for a nearly forgotten high-flying aviator from the Evergreen State, with family history here stretching back to the 1830s.
City pauses Pike Street logging project: Cherry Trees 1, Chainsaws 0
“We are so grateful to Mayor Bruce Harrell for looking carefully at what can be done,” said Save The Market Entrance president Ruth Danner.
Removal of Pike Street cherry trees on pause after community feedback
A linear grove of cherry trees more than four decades old in downtown Seattle is slated to be cut down to make way for bike lanes.