Ursula Reutin

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Ursula is a co-host of the Gee & Ursula Show weekdays 9 a.m. - noon on KIRO Newsradio. She loves to laugh and she does it with gusto. She brightens the day for everyone around her with her kindness, thoughtfulness and fun-loving nature.

Ursula: We lost a super hero

If you measure one’s greatness by their acts of kindness, then Dan Kirk of Bellevue was a super hero.
1 year ago

Woodinville couple seek public’s help to find their missing daughter

"We just want her to come home safely," is the desperate plea from a Woodinville couple who need help finding their missing 14-year-old daughter.
2 years ago

There are still good people in this world

Rob left his wallet, full of $1800, on the roof of his car. Luckily, Dan Kirk found it along a road in Centralia, Washington.
2 years ago

Are you addicted to your phone? You’re not alone

Are you addicted to your cell phone? Are you spending even more time on it during the pandemic?
2 years ago

Debating transgender athletes in sports

Should transgender athletes be allowed to compete in sports, consistent with their gender identity or should it be based on their biology at birth?
2 years ago

Ursula: Making college students pay full tuition during pandemic is deeply unethical

As the parent of a college student, it's borderline criminal that we have to pay full tuition when my son is not getting the full college experience.
2 years ago

Ursula: Seattle Mayor Durkan needs to empower Police Chief Best

Normally, the police chief is responsible for what's gone wrong and should be held accountable. But I don't think Chief Best is primarily to blame. The buck stops at Mayor Durkan.
2 years ago

Ursula: Maybe 2020 is our chance to reset and make meaningful changes

Instead of using energy trying to confirm your old beliefs or be angry about Aunt Jemima, use your time to listen, learn, and be part of the solution.
2 years ago

Ursula: CHAZ is mostly peaceful, but still needs to end

Seattle's Mayor says the CHAZ has a street fair atmosphere, but critics say it's "domestic terrorism." Gee & Ursula visited the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone to see for themselves.
2 years ago

Ursula’s message for the Class of 2020: Be open to all new experiences

Graduates: 2020 may feel like the worst year ever, but it could be the massive reset we need. And YOU have the chance to lead the way.
2 years ago

Denial is the heartbeat of racism

A self-described "middle-aged redneck Republican" sent an email to the Gee and Ursula Show, and Gee says it's the best email he's ever received.
2 years ago

Gee and Ursula Show Class of 2020 Commencement Show!

The Gee and Ursula Show is holding a special Commencement Day on June 5 to honor the Class of 2020 and their parents, and they need your help.
2 years ago

Ursula’s dad shares what life is like in assisted living

Georg Reutin is living through the global pandemic in a room at the Columbia Lutheran Home in Seattle.
2 years ago

Issaquah man shares near-death experience with COVID-19

Michael Pederson from Issaquah is recovering from COVID-19, but warns others that the virus can damage your heart and kidneys as well as your lungs.
2 years ago

Local nurse recovers from COVID-19 while her husband fights to stay alive

Tammy Edwards is at home, alone, trying to recover from COVID-19, while her husband is battling to stay alive at the hospital where she works.
2 years ago

Peace Bus Breakfast Fund helping South Sound families in need

Kwabi Amoah-Forson demonstrates that peace is action as he drives his "Peace Bus" around the South Sound, helping people struggling during the pandemic.
2 years ago

Ursula: New White House Press Secretary? Why bother?

Trump campaign spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany will be the next White House Press Secretary, the fourth for this administration.
3 years ago

Nonprofits team up to supply hospitals, but need more help

Hospitals need webcams, headphones, laptops, and iPhones so that patients who have COVID-19 symptoms or other medical needs can get help without having to go into an ER or clinic.
3 years ago

Keep your high beams on

"Keep the high beams on to help you get through the darkness." Those were great words of encouragement from a friend after I was left devastated by the death of my brother a few years ago.
3 years ago

Be the best version of yourself now and after this outbreak

We can't lose hope and we can't squander this opportunity as we are forced to slow down. Be kind to yourself and your neighbors during this outbreak.
3 years ago

We will get through this together

How are you doing? It's a simple question that many of us usually brush off with a vague answer, but now feels very different.
3 years ago

Lunch ladies spread joy to students picking up hot meals during closures

"Lunch ladies" in the Central Kitsap School District have upbeat music blaring while they run and dance lunch bags out to families in cars.
3 years ago

Bonney Lake Mayor encourages city to donate, support local business

Bonney Lake Mayor Neil Johnson is encouraging everyone to buy one thing from a local business each day during the outbreak, or donate to a food bank.
3 years ago

Northwest Harvest changing tactics to feed the hungry

The clampdown to stop the spread of coronavirus is making it an even bigger challenge for Northwest Harvest to get food to low-income families.
3 years ago