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Gee & Ursula: Is it time to ‘live with the consequences’ of being unvaccinated?

Gee and Ursula wonder what happens next for those who remain unvaccinated against COVID-19, especially if they work for the state or in health care.
2 months ago
Ann Davison...
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Seattle City Attorney candidate Ann Davison: ‘Society is screaming at us’

Seattle City Attorney candidate Ann Davison speaks on her vision for the office, and vows to protect public spaces and increase prosecution if elected.
2 months ago
election fraud...
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WA Secretary of State encourages ‘ride along’ with local election officials

Washington's Secretary of State says community members with concerns about election fraud are welcome to view and participate in the processing of ballots.
2 months ago
policing laws...
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‘Legitimate issues that need to be addressed’ in new state policing laws

Monica Alexander, the executive director of the state Criminal Justice Training Commission, speaks about the new policing laws in Washington.
2 months ago
delta variant transmission, masks...
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Vaccines don’t stop delta variant transmission, virologist warns

Virologist Dr. Angela Rasmussen explains new CDC findings that indicates even those who are vaccinated are at risk of transmission of the delta variant.
2 months ago
downtown Seattle...
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‘People are coming back,’ but downtown Seattle needs leadership

With businesses finally beginning to reopen, the DSA's Jon Scholes is highlighting how downtown Seattle has taken the first steps on its road to recovery.
2 months ago
schools open...
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Want schools to stay open? WA Superintendent says ‘get vaccinated’

State Superintendent Chris Reykdal says schools in Washington are preparing to open this fall with in-person learning, five days a week.
2 months ago
SPD Chief Adrian Diaz...
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SPD Chief Diaz: Seattle’s next mayor ‘needs to support the police department’

Amid a string of recent shootings, interim SPD Chief Adrian Diaz lays out the need for cooperating across city government in the months to come.
2 months ago
Mask mandate, directives...
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Gee & Ursula: We’re vaccinated and wearing masks indoors

KIRO Radio's Gee Scott and Ursula Reutin explain why they agree with health officials on new recommendation to wear masks in public.
2 months ago
winthrop, fire...
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Wildfires in Winthrop are becoming ‘horrendous annual tradition’

Winthrop is sandwiched between two wildfires, and had the poorest air quality in the US on Thursday. One resident says it's becoming an annual occurrence.
2 months ago
King County Executive race, Joe Nguyen...
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‘It’s time for change’: First prominent challenger for King County Executive in 12 years makes his case

State Sen. Joe Nguyen explains why he believes now is the time for a new King County Executive after 12 years with Dow Constantine in charge.
2 months ago
socialists, seattle, crime...
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Ursula: Downtown Seattle needs to clean up before inviting people back

The Downtown Seattle Association hopes to get us all to visit the heart of the city after the pandemic, but has anyone thought to clean up first?
2 months ago
Car rock debris I-90...
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More cars hit by debris on Seattle freeways with few solutions in sight

After another four vehicles were hit by debris thrown off I-90 in Seattle over the weekend, local officials are still searching for answers.
2 months ago
bruce harrell, mayor...
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Ursula endorses Bruce Harrell for Seattle mayor, suggests adding Lance Randall to administration

After speaking to all but one of the leading candidates for Seattle's next mayor, Ursula Reutin gives her personal endorsement and explains why.
3 months ago
Andrew Grant Houston spending cap...
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Seattle mayoral candidate Andrew Houston: City’s unsheltered need a ‘sense of permanence’

Gee and Ursula speak to mayoral candidate Andrew Grant Houston, a leading candidate in terms of money raised. He is an architect and a housing activist.
3 months ago
Lance Randall...
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Seattle mayoral candidate Lance Randall: ‘Stop the rhetoric’ against public safety, businesses

Seattle mayoral candidate Lance Randall has been in politics on the East Coast and in Seattle, where he has led several economic development programs.
3 months ago
Jamal Crawford, Crawsover...
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NBA greats return to Seattle for ‘The Crawsover’ summer Pro-Am

Some big name basketball players are coming back home to Seattle this summer for the return of "The Crawsover," hosted and organized by Jamal Crawford.
3 months ago
bar, restrictions...
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Locals ‘bellied up to the bar’ again in Seattle as COVID restrictions lifted

With the state's COVID restrictions on bars and restaurants lifted as of 12:01 a.m. on June 30, nightlife is back, including at Seattle's Streamline Tavern.
3 months ago
critical race theory, superintendent...
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State superintendent: Critical race theory is ‘manufactured outrage,’ not being taught in Washington

KIRO Radio's Gee & Ursula ask Washington's head of public schools what he expects of our state's learning curriculum.
3 months ago
Homeless Seattle, Andrew Lewis...
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Seattle councilmember touts ‘win-win’ approach to addressing downtown homeless camps

Councilmember Andrew Lewis believes that a new program could provide the right formula to finally address Seattle's homeless crisis.
3 months ago
Seattle, city hall park, homeless, King County Courthouse...
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King County councilmember pushing to condemn park near downtown Seattle courthouse

Councilmember Reagan Dunn is pushing to have the county condemn a park neighboring the King County Courthouse in downtown Seattle.
3 months ago
vaccine, variant...
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Virologist warns that Delta variant poses ‘great risk’ to those only partially vaccinated

If you haven't received your second vaccine shot, you may want to get another shot soon to be better protected against any COVID-19 variant.
3 months ago
inflation...
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Inflation to be expected as we ‘reopen the economy,’ says economist

The price for almost everything seems to be increasing, and inflation is up by nearly 5%. Why? Matthew Gardner, chief economist for Windermere, explains.
3 months ago
building black wealth...
MyNorthwest Staff

Draze honors Juneteenth with Building Black Wealth events

Saturday is Juneteenth and to honor the day, KIRO Radio is partnering with Draze, who often joins the Gee & Ursula Show, for two big events.
3 months ago

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