Gee Scott and Ursula Reutin Show

Gee Scott and Ursula Reutin Show

Listen to The Gee Scott and Ursula Reutin Show weekdays 9am - noon on KIRO Newsradio.

Tax hikes to join booming property values in East King County

Property values in select cities in East King County have skyrocketed, leading King County Assessor John Wilson to warn homeowners about noticeable increases in property taxes.
8 days ago

Local officials attempt to kick out ‘Pike Street Drummer’ Chris Anderson

Chris Anderson, a street jazz drummer often performing at Pike Place Market, is facing the wrath of nearby residents who want him and his music gone after years of bringing entertainment to the area
29 days ago

Reykdal: Board of Health ‘landed in right place’ by not mandating COVID vaccine for students

Superintendent Chris Reykdal explains the reason behind the Board of Health not requiring the COVID-19 vaccine for students this fall. 
1 month ago

Spate of bills targeting access to trans healthcare is ‘staggering,’ says Seattle pediatrician

In the first four months of 2022, there have been nearly 240 bills that target the LGBTQ community, and the majority of them take aim at trans people.
1 month ago

Gee Scott sits down with Seahawks legends Doug Baldwin, Cliff Avril, and Michael Bennett

In March, former Seattle Seahawks Doug Baldwin, Cliff Avril, and Michael Bennett unveiled a new initiative designed to raise funds and support for nonprofits across the region. KIRO Newsradio’s Gee Scott sat down with the trio this week to discuss the new initiative, as well as the current state of the Seahawks franchise. Trio of […]
2 months ago

‘I feel like the support is there’: Relationship between SPD, city hall ‘making progress,’ says chief

With a new mayoral in place and more consistent dialogue with city council, SPD Chief Adrian Diaz says that things are improving.
2 months ago

Mayor Harrell: Seattle needs ‘comprehensive’ plan to bring in new police officers

Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell believes that bringing more officers into the fold will require a multi-faceted approach in the months ahead. 
2 months ago

Gee & Ursula: Time for the Seahawks to ‘put the Colin Kaepernick stuff to bed’

With rumors continuing to swirl, is Colin Kaepernick a good fit for a Seahawks team that appears to be entering the beginning stages of a rebuild?
2 months ago

Gee & Ursula: Finding the balance in talking about crime in Seattle

KIRO Newsradio's Gee Scott and Ursula Reutin took a moment to reflect on their own show, asking if they focus too much on crime.
2 months ago

Gee & Ursula: Seattle is a good place for young adults, recent graduates

A new Axios index survey says that young adults want to move to Seattle after they graduate more than any other major city in the United States. 
2 months ago

‘I don’t care as long as I’m contributing’: Washington man heads to Ukraine to join the fight

Odessa, Washington, native Jeremy Smith is heading to Ukraine with a group of men to potentially join the fight on the front lines.
2 months ago

Gee & Ursula: Rumors swirl as Kaepernick says he’ll run routes with Seahawks WR

The Seattle Seahawks don't know who their next quarterback will be, but rumors are swirling after Colin Kaepernick set up a workout with Tyler Lockett.
2 months ago

‘I see progress’: Gyro shop owner lauds safety improvements in Seattle

With the arrival of increased police patrols, gyro shop owner Layla Farange says that the situation in downtown Seattle appears to be improving.
2 months ago

AAA Washington: Gas prices are ‘at the whim of the market’

Right now, according to AAA, gas costs $4.73 a gallon on average in the Seattle area. But why are we seeing such big jumps in the gas prices?
2 months ago

Gee & Ursula: When you can choose to wear a mask at work, will you?

As Washington state's indoor mask mandate is set to end on March 12, it could soon be your choice whether to wear a mask at work.
2 months ago

‘I’m absolutely heartbroken’: KIRO Newsradio listeners react to Russell Wilson trade

With Russell Wilson reportedly headed to the Denver Broncos, KIRO Newsradio listeners from across the region called in with their thoughts.
2 months ago

‘My dream, his dream, cut short’: Parents of son killed in hazing incident applaud ‘Sam’s Law’

The parents of a college freshman at WSU killed in a hazing incident speak out on why added transparency in the Greek system is needed.
3 months ago

SPD Chief Diaz: Could take years to solve police department’s staffing crisis

SPD continues to grapple with being short-staffed, and Chief Adrian Diaz says that situation likely won't be resolved any time soon. 
3 months ago

Downtown Seattle gyro shop owner says city officials ‘need to do their job’

The owner of a gyro shop in downtown Seattle near Third Avenue says she is worried for her safety at work and calls on city officials for help.
3 months ago

State lawmaker: Lowering BAC limit for DUIs a needed fix after deadly year on roads

Should Washington lower the threshold for issuing DUIs? State Sen. John Lovick believes it's time, following a deadly year on the state's roads.
3 months ago

As city grapples with public safety crisis, Seattle mayor targets ‘sustainable change’

The path toward what Mayor Harrell calls "one Seattle" has been slow going, but it's also a goal he says will take time to fully realize.
3 months ago

Vancouver pastor organizes thousands of dollars in aid to Ukraine

As Russia's invasion of Ukraine has continued, the Ukrainian community in the Pacific Northwest has rallied to send aid to their home country.
3 months ago

‘Ukraine is on its own’ right now as Russia invades, says retired general

Since Ukraine is not a member of NATO, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, retired General Barry McCaffrey says "NATO will not fight for Ukraine."
3 months ago

Economist: Ukraine crisis could affect everything from food prices to interest rates

As Russian forces have moved into Ukraine, the downstream effects could be felt across the globe, as well as in Washington state.
3 months ago