Wednesday, January 17, 2018
A community activist argues the City of Seattle shouldnâ€™t build affordable housing units at a former Army post.
It was really two special occasions in one.
Sports insider Danny O'Neil talks about the death of WSU quarterback Tyler Hilinski and how he relates to it through his own bout with depression.
Feliks Banel on the opening of the Cascade Tunnel, 89 years ago // Feliks Banel on the life of former WA governor John Spellman //Â Dr. Mark Tyndall, head of BC's Center for Disease Control //Â Colleen O'Brien's dose of kindness -- police-turned-emergency-babysitters // Sports Insider Danny O'Neil on the loss of Tyler Hilinski //Â Steven Portnoy live at the White House
Tuesday, January 16, 2018
Drivers want relief from expensive car tabs. But lawmakers worry that providing that relief could delay light rail projects and cut funding to education.
Brad Burge from MAPS on the anonymous crypto-currency philanthropist who's funding otherwise unfundable research // Colleen O'Brien's dose of kindness -- a trip to the Super Bowl for a 99-year-old Vikings fan // Sports Insider Danny O'Neil on the Hawks coaching staff //Â Nafasi Ferrell on the DNDA's Let's Talk About Race series // David Fahrenthold on the immigration debate/ congressional budget negotiations //Â Hanna Scott on the FIVE gun control bills in Olympia //Â Chris Sullivan on the current options for reducing car tab fees, and their potential impacts
Monday, January 15, 2018
Dr. Gordon Cohen on the power of placebos and nocebos
Michael Marchand, CMO of WA Health Benefit Exchange, on the midnight deadline to sign up //Â Paging Dr. Cohen -- placebo vs no-cebo //Â Heather Bosch's dose of kindness -- town turns out to support young Sutherland Springs victim // Sports Insider Danny O'Neil on Myles Gaskin/ Vikinings' wild win //Â Jill Schlesinger on WalMart's strategy/ surging stock market
Friday, January 12, 2018
Chief White House Correspondent with CBS News Major Garrett on Trump's vulgar comments regarding African countries.
Hanna Scott explains the Hirst water rights case being debated in Olympia //Â Major Garrett on the spectrum of presidential vulgarity //Â Larry Magid, CBS Tech Analyst, live from CES
Thursday, January 11, 2018
Chris Sullivan's double Chokepoint -- payment plans for car tabs/enforcement cameras on the West Seattle Bridge //Â Hanna Scott on the legislative inquiry into the Amtrak derailment //Â Ijeoma Oluo, author of "So You Want To Talk About Race"
Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Long before high tech made the Eastside boom, the old Lake Washington Shipyard south of downtown Kirkland in Houghton helped create the areaâ€™s first housing shortages and traffic problems.
Governor Jay Inslee introduced one of his longest coveted legislative goals: a carbon tax.
Jon Wolfsthal, formerly of the National Security Council, on giving North Korea a bloody nose //Â Feliks Banel on the Eastside's first economic boom, during WWII //Â State Rep Joe Fitzgibbon explains Governor Inslee's carbon tax proposal //Â Colleen O'Brien's dose of kindness -- community rallies together to find a child's missing blanket // Sports Insider Danny O'Neil on the dismissal of Darrell Bevell //Â Todd Bishop on convincing computers that you're not a computer
Tuesday, January 09, 2018
Daniel Engber from Slate, refuting the notion that we're in a post-fact society //Â Chris Sullivan's Chokepoint -- can we build our way out of our traffic congestion? //Â Hanna Scott on the bill in Olympia to fund a comprehensive pilot program to fight the opioid epidemic //Â Colleen O'Brien's dose of kindness -- a Trader Joe's turns a fridge malfunction into a huge donation for the hungry // Sports Insider Danny O'Neil on the college football championship/ the UW mascot retiring //Â David Fahrenthold on deposing the president/ Michael Wolff's truthiness
Monday, January 08, 2018
Pierce County Detective Ed Troyer provides an update on the deadly shooting.
President Trump, reacting to Michael Wolffâ€™s version of the first year of his administration, tweeted the famous phrase that he is a "very stable genius."
Detective Ed Troyer live //Â Paging Dr Cohen -- why does my stomach hurt? //Â Colleen O'Brien's dose of kindness -- teens make Rubik's Cube for the blind // Sports Insider Danny O'Neil on the college football championship/ NFL wild car weekend //Â Prof Andrew Reynolds on the erosion of democracy on the state level
Friday, January 05, 2018
Former AG Rob McKenna says homicide charges would be appropriate for Tyler Barriss, the man that placed a prank swatting call that resulted in the death of Andrew Finch.
After leading All Home, the area's largest effort tackling the homelessness crisis, Mark Putnam is leaving. What he says is stifling progress.