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Beyond the defund debate: Will new SPD budget deliver on promise of reform?

Did Seattle City Council's recently passed 2022 budget do enough to address calls for police reform dating back to the summer of 2020?
6 days ago
Kyle Rittenhouse...
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‘It hurts’: KIRO Radio hosts react in wake of Kyle Rittenhouse verdict

KIRO Radio's Gee Scott, Aaron Mason, and Andrew Lanier provide their thoughts following the Friday acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse.
10 days ago
Holiday travel...
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As pandemic still looms in Washington, ‘your level of concern is up to you’ for holiday travel

Washington health officials are urging caution for those who plan to travel for the holidays. But how concerned should people be?
11 days ago
High speed rail...
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Is a high speed rail line through Washington actually realistic, or is it a pipe dream?

Can Washington finally achieve its years-long dream of building a multi-state high speed rail line? So far, the answer remains unclear.
12 days ago
nonprofit wages...
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Rising wages: Seattle-wide trend, or nonprofit exclusive?

A local nonprofit has pledged to raise the wages of their employees by as much as $20,000, a "trend" Seattle has seen before.
13 days ago
Doug Ericksen, COVID treatment...
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Gee & Ursula: Should Washington lawmaker ask colleagues for COVID treatment in El Salvador?

Should state Sen. Doug Ericksen be able to leverage his power as a state lawmaker to receive treatment for COVID-19 while in El Salvador?
14 days ago
Pierce County investigation into Sheriff...
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Report shows biased policing from Pierce County Sheriff’s Department

A report reveals that instances in 2020 where deputies with the Pierce County Sheriff's Department used force disproportionately targeted Black residents.
14 days ago
Secretary of State Wyman...
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Kim Wyman: ‘I don’t think it matters’ if Washington’s Secretary of State is a Republican

Speaking to KIRO Radio's Gee & Ursula Show, Secretary of State Kim Wyman stressed her support for her soon-to-be successor, Steve Hobbs.
17 days ago
snow days...
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Gee and Ursula ask, are snow days priceless memories or wasted opportunities?

Local school districts are deliberating whether or not to preserve snow days with remote learning now an established alternative.
18 days ago
King County vaccine requirements...
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How should King County treat businesses not following new vaccine requirements?

How should King County health officials respond to complaints over businesses reportedly not complying with new vaccine requirements?
19 days ago
Seattle City Attorney, Ann Davison...
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Ann Davison: Will be ‘room in the middle’ in Seattle City Attorney’s office

Seattle's newest City Attorney, Ann Davison, lays out her plans for the office moving forward, after winning the race by four percentage points.
20 days ago
Seattle councilmember Sara Nelson...
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Sara Nelson: Wins for moderate candidates prove Seattle’s ‘political landscape has shifted’

Sara Nelson appears to be on her way to becoming Seattle's newest councilmember, wrapping up a race she says came down to messaging.
21 days ago
Bruce Harrell...
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Interview: Bruce Harrell lays out plans to be ‘a change agent’ as Seattle’s next mayor

Bruce Harrell details his priorities for Seattle moving forward, as he begins to get his mayoral administration off the ground in the months ahead.
24 days ago
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Sec of State: Social media reach is ‘one of the biggest challenges’ facing election officials

On the last Election Day with Kim Wyman as Washington's Secretary of State, she joins Gee & Ursula to speak to the state's voters.
27 days ago
residential businesses...
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King County Council to consider ‘greater flexibility’ for residential businesses

King County Councilmember Reagan Dunn discusses potential changes to city code to accommodate more residential businesses post pandemic.
1 month ago
COVID, mask mandate...
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At what point will we know that COVID is gone?

KIRO Radio's Gee Scott and fill-in host Aaron Mason discuss how we'll know when COVID-19 has gone from pandemic to endemic.
1 month ago
vaccine, kids...
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Virologist: ‘Time interval’ between doses will be important in vaccinations for kids

Dr. Rasmussen explains why, in her opinion, there should be enough clinical data to support emergency authorization of a vaccine for kids ages 5-11.
1 month ago
Sara Nelson...
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Seattle council candidate Sara Nelson outlines plan for homelessness, policing

Seattle City Council Position 9 candidate Sara Nelson calls for added encampment sweeps and police accountability over defunding.
1 month ago
masking...
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Superintendent: More ‘issues with adults’ over masking rule than students

The state Superintendent says things are going "pretty darn well" as schools reopened. He credits that success to COVID rules, which include masking.
1 month ago
Vaccine mandate...
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With Washington’s vaccine mandate deadline imminent, a minority chooses resignation

KIRO Radio speaks with the minority coalition which has decided to take a stand against the vaccine mandate and accept termination or resignation.
1 month ago
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State Superintendent says any future vaccine mandate for students will be ‘statewide’

The state Superintendent of Public Instruction says there won't be a vaccine mandate for students until there's full federal approval of a vaccine for kids.
2 months ago
Seattle City Attorney abolitionist Nicole Thomas-Kennedy, candidate...
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‘I didn’t think anybody took me that seriously,’ Seattle candidate says about anti-police tweets

Seattle city attorney candidate Nicole Thomas-Kennedy tells Gee and Ursula how she would run the office and responds to tweets she posted in 2020.
2 months ago
Kenneth Wilson...
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Seattle Council Position 8 candidate Kenneth Wilson takes aim at incumbent Mosqueda

The challenger for Position 8, Kenneth Wilson, claims his technical expertise as a civil engineer will be crucial for infrastructure development.
2 months ago
vaccine side effect...
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Virologist: Death toll from COVID for at-risk group is higher than from rare J&J side effect

Dr. Angela Rassmussen explains why we shouldn't be too worried about a rare side effect of the J&J vaccine, though it is still a sad and serious outcome.
2 months ago

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