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Gee Scott

  • n-word

    Gee: I was called the n-word last week, this is what I learned

    I was called the n-word last week, while I was working on the air. It reminded me of a story from when I was a kid, and what my father told me.
  • presidential

    2020 presidential choices resemble the menu at a new restaurant

    I can't help but wonder, if not unlike the last time, the presidential choices presented to me for 2020 will ultimately leave me hungry when it is all said and done.
  • Robert Kraft

    Why are billionaires, like Robert Kraft, above the law?

    I'm not sure that Robert Kraft, at his age and with his income portfolio, has to worry about having a criminal record, going to a job interview, or renting an apartment. Is this fair?
  • Jim Zorn XFL Seattle

    XFL will look to increase pace of play, says Seattle head coach Jim Zorn

    Former Seahawks QB Jim Zorn is preparing to head up Seattle's XFL team in 2020. Before he does, he stopped in on KIRO Nights to talk about what fans can expect from the new league.
  • Jussie Smollett

    Gee: Jussie Smollett, you let us down

    I am not trying to say I know what Jussie Smollett trying to accomplish with the stunt he pulled, but man, if there's a bigger word than "backfired," I can't find it.
  • Colin Kaepernick

    Gee: You don’t settle on social justice, Colin Kaepernick

    Colin Kaepernick prompted a lot of debates, and discussion, about social justice issues when he took a knee. How do we feel about that now that he has taken a settlement with the NFL?
  • seattle traffic

    Study: Seattle drivers may have lost up to 138 hours last year due to traffic

    A new report by INRIX says Seattle drivers may have lost 138 hours to traffic last year, placing us sixth in the nation.
  • Schools snow

    How local schools plan to make up for lost snow days

    How will schools make up for lost school days? KIRO Nights host Gee Scott chatted with Washington State Superintendent of Schools Chris Reykdal to find out.
  • music

    Gee: Can music and sports bring together a divided America?

    It was a brief moment between strangers. But somehow we connected over this one song. Otherwise, it would appear that we have nothing to connect us.
  • blackface

    Gee: A curious case of two apologies from Virginia officials

    Two elected officials from Virginia and both admit to wearing blackface in their youth. Now both have apologized for their actions. Let's consider how each handled this situation.
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