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The Jason Rantz Show airs every weekday from 3pm - 7pm on AM 770 KTTH.

Nikki Haley: Boeing made a good business decision moving out of WA

Nikki Haley says Boeing's decision to move Dreamliner production out of Washington state was a good business decision.
7 months ago

Rise in drive-by shootings a concern for WA State Patrol

There have been a dozen drive-by shootings in King County so far this year. That's about one a week. Troopers do not know if they are connected.
1 year ago

WA Rep: Bill to protect women inmates, transgenders ‘going nowhere’

WA Rep. Jacobsen co-authored a bill that proposes if someone's been convicted of sex crimes, they cannot be housed near women inmates.
1 year ago

Seattle Police on Tyre Nichols protest: Hoping for best, preparing for worst

Many cities across the country, including Seattle, are preparing for a possible protest following the release of the Tyre Nichols video.
1 year ago

Backs against the wall, Ballard business owners host town hall on crime

Business owner Matt Humphrey hosted a meeting with Ballard business owners as an opportunity to discuss potential solutions.
2 years ago

Tacoma Police Union president: Shootings result of ‘defund’ movement

Henry Betts said we are now seeing the results of the police "defund" movement and that law enforcement needs "more support."
2 years ago

Protest against Lynnwood opioid clinic set for Saturday

A protest is planned at the new Lynnwood opioid clinic at 2322 196th Street in Lynnwood tomorrow (Saturday) between 1-2 p.m.
2 years ago

Rantz: ‘Media hypocrisy’ at play with Biden documents

The discovery of classified documents at President Joe Biden's office is no less 'a scandal' than former president Donald Trump's issue.
2 years ago

Ed Troyer’s lawyer: ‘No evidence to support these criminal charges’

Is Sheriff Ed Troyer only being targeted because of his role as Pierce County Sheriff? "I do," said attorney Anne Bremner.
2 years ago

King County Executive continues to mandate COVID-19 vaccines for employees

Constantine has released guidelines requiring all executive branch employees to be fully vaccinated unless they require accommodation.
2 years ago

Bellingham cop-car vandal held 8 arrest warrants before latest conflict with police

Bellingham Police reported two officers escaped serious injury over the weekend when someone hurled a railroad tie at the windshield of their patrol car.
2 years ago

‘I’m not moving, and I’ve got guns’: Drug dealer stakes claim to Seattle business

Robert, the owner of Yellow Butterfly Coffee in Seattle’s Pioneer Square neighborhood, feared for his life last Monday and again Thursday when a suspected drug dealer refused to move from his preferred spot on 3rd Ave.
2 years ago

WATCH: Jason Rantz at CPAC in mainstage address on free speech

Jason Rantz was a mainstage solo speaker at the sold-out Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Dallas, Texas, over the weekend.
3 years ago

WATCH: President Trump nominates Judge Amy Coney Barrett to Supreme Court

President Donald Trump nominated Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. Watch video of the confirmation.
4 years ago

Transportation Sec. Elaine Chao on the millions in funding going to WA

The coronavirus isn’t just a public health crisis, it's impacting transportation too. U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao explains what her department is doing to address these issues. 
4 years ago

Tim Eyman to protest Sunday against Gov. Inslee’s stay-at-home order

This Sunday at the Capitol in Olympia, gubernatorial candidate Tim Eyman will be part of a protest against Gov. Jay Inslee and the stay-at-home order.
4 years ago

‘Disinfect Connect’ links distilleries producing sanitizer to those in need

Miles Pepper on how his Pacific Northwest company Disinfect Connect links organizations in need with distilleries producing disinfectant.
4 years ago

HUD’s Dr. Ben Carson on how COVID has exposed failed homeless plans

Housing and Urban Development Secretary Dr. Ben Carson discusses the intersection between homelessness, rent, and coronavirus.
4 years ago

Surviving as a restaurant when you opened right before coronavirus

Perry’s restaurant in Puyallup first opened just 17 days before the stay-at-home order, which has made it increasingly hard to keep going.
4 years ago

‘Feed the Fight Tacoma’ helps both restaurants and health care workers

Rob Colbert on his plan to help Tacoma restaurants struggling financially and health care workers who need a break and a meal during coronavirus.
4 years ago

Snohomish County forms economic task force to help businesses, workers

Snohomish County Council Chair Nate Nehring says the task force will determine how to use local level resources to help those impacted by coronavirus.
4 years ago

Dr. Fauci offers WA praise but warns against complacency

Dr. Anthony Fauci joined The Jason Rantz Show for a look on what the future of the coronavirus outbreak looks like, insight into Washington state's own response, and more.
4 years ago

How will the release of prisoners due to coronavirus impact public safety?

Mill Creek Councilmember Vincent Cavaleri on Snohomish County releasing prisoners due to concerns of coronavirus spreading through jails.
4 years ago

Program delivers meals to Puget Sound health care workers on the front lines

Carl Coryell-Martin on his program to help deliver meals to Puget Sound hospital staff and health care workers during the coronavirus outbreak.
4 years ago