Max Gross


Producer, Jason Rantz Show, 3pm-7pm on KTTH

Gross: Sound Transit wanted to decimate trees; residents demanded better 

Lake Forest Park residents were livid when they heard about a potential new Sound Transit Project that would destroy tree life in the community.
1 day ago

Gross: Skyrocketing rents puts Tacoma kids nonprofit in desperate need of help  

Toy Rescue Mission in Tacoma needs donations to help cover their soaring building costs and keep the operation running.
7 days ago

Gross: Candidate fights for Bothell’s ‘character’ after state’s housing density law

Bothell City Council candidate Mark Swanson has a platform centered around housing density. The city is filled with cookie-cutter apartments.
15 days ago

Gross: Landlords ditching Seattle over nightmare tenants, laws 

The eviction process has been slowly molded over the years to favor tenants, treating honest, good-faith tenants the same as irresponsible scoundrels.
29 days ago

Gross: Seattle landlord secures a key win against nightmare tenant

Jason Roth listed his Seattle residence as a rental property, but claimed his tenant faked being low-income to avoid paying his rent.
1 month ago

Gross: Nightmare tenant made Seattle landlord go homeless

"He proposed to me what he could pay. And we did a formal agreement. I paid an attorney to read it up and he [still] couldn’t pay."
2 months ago

Gross: Immigration services threatens deportation over department’s error

A couple living in Sammamish County believes that the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is holding a grudge against those who are unvaccinated.
2 months ago

Max Gross: Wenatchee mayor claims homeless being bused in

Mayor Frank Kuntz' suspicions were confirmed after the county's latest Point in Time count saw an increase in Wenatchee's homeless population. 
2 months ago

Gross: Law enforcement fear crime spike among youths during summer

Youth crime concerns continue to rage on around the region and one local sheriff anticipates trends will get worse this summer. 
3 months ago

Gross: Lack of driver’s ed programs putting families in a pinch

For the first time in over 20 years, Ferndale Public Schools will not be offering driver’s ed programs for students.
4 months ago

Gross: Federal Way resident fed up over repeated Walmart crimes

Multiple police responses have been needed at the two Walmart locations in Federal Way. One incident was reported as an aggravated assault.
4 months ago

Gross: State Senator passes law to screen drug offenders prior to release

Republican State Senator Chris Gildon (R-Puyallup) wanted to see legislative guardrails put up around those who struggle with addiction.
4 months ago

Gross: Parent concerned over extreme gender theories at Seattle Catholic school

A Seattle mother is trying to fight against extremist gender theories being taught at her children’s Catholic school.
4 months ago

Gross: Burien encampment disheartening local officials, business owners

A relocated homeless encampment in Burien has tripled in size, and nearby business owners are becoming more and more concerned.
4 months ago

Gross: Cities find solutions after legislative failure on drug use law

The City of Marysville was one of the first local municipalities to pass a law making the first offense of open-drug use punishable.
5 months ago

Thurston County Sheriff returns to action after terrifying crash

Thurston County Sheriff Derek Sanders was cleared to return to the job after a scary collision left him hospitalized.
5 months ago

Gross: Concerning trend continues at Renton homeless hotels

Obviously, this is a concerning trend. This site also had a fire on Jan. 31 that was caused by someone smoking on a bed.
6 months ago

Mayor Harrell continues to throw money at Seattle’s homelessness problem

The homelessness issue has crescendoed into a new concerning trend: Bodies being discovered in public places.
6 months ago

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.
6 months ago

DeSantis challenges Biden’s outdated vaccine restriction sidelining Novak Djokovic

DeSantis penned a letter to President Biden to see if an exemption could be granted. DeSantis is aiming to get Djokovic on the court for the Miami Open.
7 months ago

Gross: Residents step up to hold government leaders accountable

It’s unfortunate that another story like this has surfaced. Another Washington community is having to deal with the possibility of rogue sex offenders.
7 months ago

Tacoma councilmember vows to not support departing local business

"You will not see me supporting your business and I find it intriguing you think that crime is just in Tacoma,” said a Tacoma Councilmember.
7 months ago

Sound Transit project threatens century-old church in Lynnwood

A beloved, century-old congregation is at risk. Alderwood Community Church is on the proposed path for the Lynnwood Light Rail extension.
7 months ago

Gross: Can anti-intrusion fog system stop Seattle crime in its tracks?

DensityUSA makes ‘anti-intrusion fogging systems’ that are meant to make it impossible for criminals to see once a break-in occurs.
8 months ago