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Gee & Ursula: Should we work from home forever, or is it time to return to the office?

KIRO Radio's Gee and Ursula opened the phone lines to let listeners share why they either want to return to the office or work from home.
3 months ago
Olga Park, homeless camp...
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Gee & Ursula: Why did it take a murder before city took action on homeless camp?

Crews cleared out a homeless camp in Seattle's Ravenna neighborhood after a shooting. Ursula wants to know why the city of Seattle can't be proactive.
4 months ago
Hospitality industry Washington...
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Washington hospitality industry staring down shortage of nearly 90,000 workers

With businesses finally able to reopen, many in Washington have continued to struggle to fill open jobs, particularly in the hospitality industry.
4 months ago
Evictions, Seattle apartment, renters...
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Gee & Ursula: Why extending eviction moratoriums could actually hurt renters

Seattle renters are going to get support, thanks to three bills passed by city council. But Gee and Ursula wonder if it could hurt more than it helps.
4 months ago
race...
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Why is it difficult for us to talk about Critical Race Theory?

Some don't know what it is, others have already formed opinions, and the political divide grows as America grapples with Critical Race Theory.
4 months ago
Naomi Osaka, athletes...
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Time to redefine ‘toughness’ after Osaka drops out of French Open

Naomi Osaka's withdrawal from the French Open sparked conversations about mental health and athletes. 710 ESPN's Stacy Jo Rost shares her perspective.
4 months ago
homelessness, ballot initiative, ACLU lawsuit...
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Business owner: Crime, homelessness in downtown Seattle has ‘never been this bad’

The owner of a downtown Seattle parking garage company told KIRO Radio's Gee & Ursula that the homelessness situation has never been as bad as it is now.
4 months ago
school encampment, homeless camp...
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Mayor Durkan says Seattle school district needs to ‘step up’ and move encampment

According to the city and Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan, clearing the encampment near Broadview-Thomson K-8 is the school district's problem.
4 months ago
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Attorney for Ellis family: We need a ‘fully independent investigatory agency’

James Bible, the attorney for Manuel Ellis' family, speaks about the charges, why the investigation took so long, and what the family has been through.
4 months ago
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‘This hit me different’: Gee and Draze react to charges against officers in Manuel Ellis death

For many, the news that three Tacoma police officers would be charged for their role in the death of Manuel Ellis marked an emotional moment.
4 months ago
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Reflecting on race relations in America one year after George Floyd’s murder

May 25, 2021, is the one-year anniversary of George Floyd's murder. Gee and Ursula discuss if, one year later, race relations in the US have improved.
4 months ago
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Trans woman shares her experience transitioning 12 years ago

KIRO Radio's Gee and Ursula say they're uncomfortable talking about gender identities because they have so much to learn, but a listener says if you make an honest effort, that's all she asks.
4 months ago
mask, mariners...
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Was CDC’s updated mask guidance too much, too soon?

Virologist Dr. Angela Rasmussen explains why the CDC's updated mask guidance makes sense with the science, but is going to be difficult to enforce.
4 months ago
phase 3, fully reopen, vaccine...
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Washington transitions to ‘new normal’ as all counties can be in Phase 3

Gee and Ursula talk about how different and happy this past weekend felt. Plus, starting Tuesday, all Washington counties can be in Phase 3 of reopening.
4 months ago
reopen, mask rules...
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Businesses left to shoulder burden of enforcing state’s relaxed mask rules

Despite relief over relaxing of the state's mask mandate, it also will soon have businesses shouldering the burden of enforcing these new rules.
5 months ago
Homeless hotels, King County...
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King County Human Services head: Housing homeless in hotels is a ‘faster, cheaper’ solution

King County Human Services Director Leo Flor sheds light on the plan to house 1,600 of the region's homeless population in hotels.
5 months ago
Art Langlie has declared his intention to run for mayor of Seattle in 2021. (Photo courtesy of Lang...
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Art Langlie, grandson of former governor, joins list of Seattle mayoral candidates

The list of candidates for Seattle mayor keeps growing. Art Langlie, grandson of a former Seattle mayor and state governor, has joined the field.
5 months ago
hospitality, reopening...
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WA Hospitality Association: Reopening date gives restaurant, hotel workers ‘security’

The CEO of the Washington Hospitality Association says setting a date for the state to reopen would offer hospitality employees some job security.
5 months ago
covid stories, King County...
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Gee & Ursula: The more people who share COVID-19 stories, the better

After working at an event in the town of Republic, Wash., that led to about 100 people getting sick with COVID-19, one resident is sharing her experience.
5 months ago
recount...
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Secretary of State: Recount in Arizona is a ‘frightening precedent to set’

Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman explains why she recently called out Republicans in Arizona for the recount of the 2020 election results.
5 months ago
fourth wave, vaccinations...
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Fourth wave is ‘totally stoppable’ says state hospital association president

Washington has seen an increase in hospitalizations for COVID-19, but a local hospital leader says the fourth wave can still be turned around.
5 months ago
tacoma dome, pierce county...
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Pierce County ‘frustrated’ it didn’t get a pause before its Phase 2 rollback

Pierce County Executive Bruce Dammeier is frustrated by the pause in rollbacks, adding that "treating different counties differently is not science."
5 months ago
Seattle Interim Police Chief Adrian Diaz, SPD...
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SPD interim chief: ‘We are a safe city’ despite concerns over police staffing

Despite concerns over staffing shortages at SPD, interim Chief Adrian Diaz remains confident in the relative overall safety of the city as a whole.
5 months ago
Mariners game. herd immunity...
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Why Washington might not need herd immunity to ‘start taking masks off’

Could we start seeing COVID restrictions relaxed before we reach herd immunity? Georgetown virologist Dr. Angela Rasmussen believes so.
5 months ago

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