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Gee & Ursula: Data shows pandemic has impacted learning for Washington students

Test scores in Washington have dropped during the COVID-19 pandemic, with just 30% of students in grades 4-11 meeting standards in math.
1 day ago
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MyNorthwest Staff

Gee interviews CEO Dan Price on latest episode of ‘Leaving a Legacy’

On episode three of “Leaving a Legacy,” Gee Scott interviews Gravity Payments CEO Dan Price, who famously paid all his employees a $70,000 minimum salary.
1 day ago
Free speech, election fraud...
Gee Scott and Ursula Reutin Show

Gee & Ursula: No winners in battle over limiting free speech in Washington

Proposals that seek to limit aspects of free speech are coming from both sides of the aisle during the current legislative session in Washington state.
2 days ago
Bruce Harrell inaugural address...
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Seattle Mayor Harrell looks to form third public safety department for unarmed responders

Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell wants to supplement the city's police and fire departments with a third public safety department.
6 days ago
grocery...
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Gee & Ursula: Report shows most Kroger grocery workers struggle to afford food

A new report shows that more than two-thirds of Kroger grocery workers are struggling to afford food, housing, or other basic needs.
7 days ago
amanda knox...
MyNorthwest Staff

Gee interviews Amanda Knox on new podcast

On “Leaving a Legacy,” Gee interviews Amanda Knox -- an author, activist, and journalist who was wrongly convicted in the murder her roommate.
8 days ago
kent police...
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Gee & Ursula: Apology for handling of Kent police officer who posted Nazi emblem fixes little

The Kent mayor and police chief apologized for the separation delay of an officer alleged to have displayed a Nazi emblem, only after public outcry.
9 days ago
COVID vaccine...
Gee Scott and Ursula Reutin Show

Likely that Washington schools will eventually require students to get COVID vaccine

Could the COVID vaccine join the list of requirements for children to attend school in Washington? State Superintendent Chris Reykdal believes it will.
11 days ago
outdoor lunch, kirkland...
Gee Scott and Ursula Reutin Show

State superintendent: Kirkland school’s outdoor lunch rule ‘not the best choice’

Parents at Lakeview Elementary expressed outrage after finding out that the school would be mandating outdoor lunch in cold temperatures.
12 days ago
Seattle school vaccine mandate, closures...
Gee Scott and Ursula Reutin Show

State superintendent: Still a chance of school closures, but decision will fall to districts

State Superintendent Chris Reykdal sheds light on the possibility of school closures as COVID-19 cases continue to rise across Washington.
13 days ago
Debora Juarez, Seattle City Hall...
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Gee & Ursula: Shakeups at Seattle City Hall first step toward ‘exciting’ next chapter

Debora Juarez was named Seattle City Council president this week, kicking off what many hope will be be a vibrant next chapter for city hall.
14 days ago
Nate Burleson...
MyNorthwest Staff

Gee interviews Nate Burleson in first episode on new podcast

On his first episode of "Leaving a Legacy," Gee sits down with former Seattle Seahawks wide receiver and current CBS Mornings host Nate Burleson.
15 days ago
child tax credit...
Gee Scott and Ursula Reutin Show

Should the child tax credit be made permanent?

The child tax credit is ending this month as the omicron variant is surging. Should the benefit be permanent, or are you OK with it ending?
16 days ago
sea-tac, airports...
MyNorthwest Staff

Gee: A ‘real big shoutout’ to those working in airports, in snowy conditions

KIRO Radio host Gee Scott has been trying to get out of town and catch a flight, but has had no success. But he says he's lucky to be home, safe, and warm.
21 days ago
Cars at Pike Place Market...
Gee Scott and Ursula Reutin Show

‘Let’s turn this thing into a party’: Should Pike Place Market become car-free zone?

The future of Pike Place Market could very well be free of cars, as support for making it a pedestrian-only zone continues to grow.
22 days ago
student loan...
MyNorthwest Staff

Draze: Federal student loan repayment pause is a ‘pain killer, not a treatment’

Gee and Ursula guest host Draze breaks down why the latest student loan pause is insufficient and should be cancelled outright.
23 days ago
holiday plans...
Gee Scott and Ursula Reutin Show

Is the omicron variant prompting you to change your holiday plans?

In light of the newest COVID variant, omicron, are you changing your holiday plans? Or are you keeping everything as planned?
27 days ago
omicron...
Gee Scott and Ursula Reutin Show

Virologist suggests layering COVID precautions if gathering for the holidays

The omicron variant now makes up the majority of COVID cases in the United States. Dr. Rasmussen talks about the risk of holiday gatherings.
28 days ago
Manuel Ellis, Tacoma...
Gee Scott and Ursula Reutin Show

Ellis family attorney views exoneration of two Tacoma officers as ‘deeply troubling’

James Bible, an attorney for Manuel Ellis' family, is disappointed in the decision to exonerate two Tacoma police officers involved in Ellis' death.
28 days ago
Green Lake, encampments...
Gee Scott and Ursula Reutin Show

Gee & Ursula: Someone has to take responsibility to fix encampments

After months and months of safety complaints from neighbors, encampments in Seattle's Green Lake neighborhood will be cleared Monday.
30 days ago
"Leaving a Legacy" with Gee Scott launches in January of 2022....
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Gee Scott to launch new ‘Leaving a Legacy’ podcast in January

Gee is about to launch a new podcast -- "Leaving a Legacy." Gee's first episode comes out Tuesday, Jan. 4.
1 month ago
nonpartisan...
Gee Scott and Ursula Reutin Show

Gee & Ursula: Is it possible to be a nonpartisan politician?

Pierce County Auditor Julie Anderson announced her intent to run for the secretary of state job this week, entering the race as a nonpartisan candidate.
1 month ago
omicron...
Gee Scott and Ursula Reutin Show

Virologist: Even if less severe than delta, omicron variant could stress health care system

Dr. Angela Rasmussen joins KIRO Radio's Gee and Ursula Show to talk about the rapidly spreading omicron variant and the COVID pill from Pfizer.
1 month ago
Bruce Harrell...
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Gee & Ursula: Is Bruce Harrell appointing his niece as deputy mayor nepotism?

Seattle is getting its first look at the new administration for Mayor-elect Bruce Harrell, and one of his key cabinet positions will be filled by his niece. 
1 month ago

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