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The news through Ross-colored glasses. Dave Ross breaks down the day’s most important stories weekdays 6 to 9am on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM. Smart, savvy, and sometimes a little sassy, nobody looks at the news quite like Dave.

The news through Ross-colored glasses. Dave Ross breaks down the day’s most important stories weekdays 6 to 9am on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM. Smart, savvy, and sometimes a little sassy, nobody looks at the news quite like Dave.

Location:

Tacoma, WA

Description:

The news through Ross-colored glasses. Dave Ross breaks down the day’s most important stories weekdays 6 to 9am on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM. Smart, savvy, and sometimes a little sassy, nobody looks at the news quite like Dave.

Language:

English


Episodes

WA Supreme Court arguments over car tabs

7/2/2020
Kim Steele-Peter on Pierce County's contact tracing program // Feliks Banel on the history of the Duwamish River // Hanna Scott on WA COVID testing/ holiday social distancing // Dose of Kindness -- a knock on the door leads to a new friendship // Sports Insider Rick Rizzs, looking forward to getting the season started and looking back at old broadcasts // Hanna Scott on the WA Supreme Court arguments over car tabs

Duration:00:46:27

Seattle Police dismantling CHOP

7/1/2020
Hanna Scott and John Curley live from the CHOP // Capitol Hill Resident Joseph Suttner, live // Omari Salisbury from Converge Media live from the CHOP // Dose of Kindness -- a big thank you for two essential workers // Gee Scott on the end of the CHOP // Hanna Scott wrapping up the complicated CHOP experiment

Duration:00:41:33

COVID travel ban

6/30/2020
Pamela Falk live on the EU travel ban/ global COVID cases // Hanna Scott on WA COVID cases // Dose of Kindness -- a community rallies around a Twiminade stand // Gee Scott on COVID travel bans // Hanna Scott on expanding the LEAD program into Snohomish County // David Fahrenthold live on Seattle as a pawn in the presidential race/ Russian bounties // Katrina Johnson, cousin of Charleena Lyles and member of the Inslee policing task force

Duration:00:46:28

Omari Salisbury from Converge Media on life inside the CHOP

6/29/2020
Omari Salisbury from Converge Media on life inside the CHOP // Jill Schlesinger on the re-closing of the economy/ the need for another congressional aid package // Paging Dr Cohen -- COVID vaccine timeline // Hanna Scott on pausing WA's phased reopening // Dose of Kindness -- Steve Hartman's feature on the recipient of two organs from a married couple // Gee Scott on Cam Newton's new home/ the chances for a football season at any level

Duration:00:49:02

The history of Taco Bell

6/26/2020
Louis Cappelli, Camden County NJ Freeholder, on dismantling their PD and starting over // Feliks Banel, All Over the Map -- Cal Anderson Park // Chris Sullivan on the annual tension between ferries and crabbers // John Dickerson on congressional police reform/the latest attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act // Dose of Kindness -- Steve Hartman's feature thanking dads, even after they're gone // Gee Scott on the WA mask mandate // Rachel Belle on the history of Taco Bell

Duration:00:41:33

Seattle Streetcar cut from budget

6/25/2020
Hanna Scott on reports that the CHOP's existence is winding down // Paging Dr Cohen - COVID survivors getting re-infected // Chris Sullivan's Chokepoint -- shoring up the West Seattle Bridge/ Seattle Streetcar cut from budget // Hanna Scott on plans to reopen WA college campuses // Dose of Kindness -- lasagna for the masses // Gee Scott with a bad omen - the NFL Hall of Fame game canceled

Duration:00:33:59

Step-by-step through a COVID test

6/24/2020
Hanna Scott on local proposals for police reform // Feliks Banel on the discovery of an elusive "Phoenix Button" // Chris Sullivan on WSP tactics regarding protestors taking over I-5 // Hanna Scott on the new WA mask requirement // Hanna Scott on the new WA mask requirement // Chris Sullivan goes step-by-step through a COVID test // Dose of Kindness -- meet the Dad Gang // Gee Scott on NASCAR's noose investigation // Rachel Belle with Ralph Nader on his new cookbook, his anti-tech stance,...

Duration:00:46:20

Plans to shut down the CHOP

6/23/2020
Danny O'Neil, craving professional sport, turns to Premier League soccer and NASCAR // Col. Jeff McCausland live on the arrest of a radicalized Army soldier/ surge in Taliban attacks // Charity of the Month -- Medic One Foundation // Dose of Kindness -- NASCAR drivers rally around Bubba Wallace // Hanna Scott on plans to shut down the CHOP/ another overnight shooting nearby // David Fahrenthold live on the 2020 race for the White House/ the firing of US Atty Geoffrey Berman // Chris Sullivan...

Duration:00:45:23

Hanna Scott on the weekend CHOP shootings

6/22/2020
Paging Dr Cohen -- dexamethasone as a COVID-19 treatment//Hanna Scott on the weekend CHOP shootings//Chris Sullivan on the nightly I-5 protest closures//Dave Ross on defunding the police//Dose of Kindness -- a cross-country kindness journey//Ursula Reutin on the weekend CHOP shootings/ going out in Phase 2//Jill Schlesinger on the importance of cash reserves

Duration:00:32:08

Juneteenth's place in the public consciousness

6/19/2020
Hanna Scott previewing today's "Next Steps" event at Judkins Park // Feliks Banel, All Over the Map -- William Grose Park // Margaret Brennan on the search for Joe Biden's running mate/ John Bolton's Book // Hanna Scott on rising WA COVID cases/ an inmate COVID death // Dose of Kindness -- meet a 9-year-old who makes bracelets for a good cause // Gee Scott on Juneteenth's place in the public consciousness // Jonathan Kanter, UW psychologist, on his COVID mental health study

Duration:00:42:51

What should we do about the West Seattle Bridge?

6/18/2020
Chris Sullivan's Chokepoint -- what should we do about the West Seattle Bridge? // Dose of Kindness -- library books, delivered via drone // Gee Scott on the SCOTUS DACA decision // Chris Sullivan on Portland's attempt to create an autonomous zone // Victoria Woodards, Tacoma Mayor, on the investigation into the death of Manny Ellis // WA Attorney General Bob Ferguson live on the SCOTUS-DACA ruling

Duration:00:28:00

Using machine learning in police reform

6/17/2020
Hanna Scott, live from The CHOP // Feliks Banel on the little-known history of SPD's East Precinct, and its art // Chris Sullivan on the latest Seattle City Council business tax proposal // Paul Viollis on the president's executive order on policing // Dose of Kindness -- "Pandemic of Love" // Gee Scott on doing away with Aunt Jemima // Rayid Ghani from Carnegie Mellon on using machine learning in police reform

Duration:00:50:06

Remedying a 70-year-old design flaw on I-5

6/16/2020
Paging Dr Cohen -- early signs that a radiation treatment might help sever COVID patients // Hanna Scott on King Co asking for Phase 2/ continued mask use // Dose of Kindness -- sharing an ice cream dream with the community // Gee Scott on what we're missing while we pay attention to the CHOP // Hanna Scott on calls for defunding other local law enforcement agencies // David Fahrenthold live on using the CHOP for political gain/ the president's health // Chris Sullivan's Chokpoint --...

Duration:00:44:22

Recapping protests from the weekend

6/15/2020
Hanna Scott recapping protests from the weekend // Chris Sullivan on signs of a tamer wildfire season // Jill Schlesinger on congressional aid money for businesses/ avoiding a depression // Paging Dr. Cohen -- double lung transplant // Hanna Scott on rising WA COVID cases // Dose of Kindness -- Steve Hartman's feature on a boy's plea for the return of baseball // Gee Scott looks ahead to the return of pro sports

Duration:00:40:58

King County Metro cutting ties with SPD

6/12/2020
Hanna Scott previewing today's BLM marches/ updates on The CHAZ // Colleen O'Brien talks with a resident of one of the CHAZ apartment buildings // Edwin Lindo, UW race and medicine lecturer, on racism's role in public health and vice versa // Chris Sullivan on King County Metro cutting ties with SPD/ Metro's money problems // Feliks Banel, All Over the Map -- Hooverville, Nickelsville, and other temporary communities // Dr. Keith Jerome, UW Virology, on a potential 2nd wave/more testing //...

Duration:00:44:49

Replacing the West Seattle Bridge with a tunnel

6/11/2020
Bob Ortblad, retired civil engineer, on replacing the West Seattle Bridge with a tunnel // Hanna Scott with the latest WA pandemic modeling // Dose of Kindness -- free practical dad advice // Gee Scott on toppling statues and removing the Confederate flag // Alex Berenson on the difficulties of publishing COVID-related material // Chris Sullivan's Chokepoint -- weekend closures/ Sound Transit Mountlake Terrace closure

Duration:00:41:09

The various goals of the various Seattle protests

6/10/2020
Chris Sullivan on a dismal May for Boeing // Hanna Scott on a wild night in Seattle // Col. Jeff McCausland on other nations' views of our protests/ de-militarizing American police // Feliks Banel with the Black Heritage Society of Washington // Heather Bosch on how Seattle Opera and PNW Ballet are handling the pandemic and recession // Dose of Kindness -- Nicole Killion's feature on positive messages amid the violence in DC // Gee Scott on the various goals of the various Seattle protests/...

Duration:00:47:14

Washington State Ferries are preparing for a different kind of summer

6/9/2020
Hanna Scott on WA counties advancing out of the pandemic/ staying safe during protests // Matthew Gardner, Windermere Chief Economist, with the latest local housing snapshot // Chris Sullivan's Chokepoint - Washington State Ferries preparing for a different kind of summer // Dose of Kindness -- Steve Hartman's feature on kindness during protests around the country // Gee Scott on the driver who shot a protestor on Capitol Hill // David Fahrenthold live on the protest scene in DC/ potential...

Duration:00:47:40

Staying safe during protests

6/8/2020
Jill Schlesinger parsing the May jobs report/ living on the financial edge // Paging Dr Cohen -- COVID changes to workplaces/ staying safe during protests // Hanna Scott on WA counties moving to phases 2 and 3/ weekend protests // Dose of Kindness -- virtual commencement ceremonies // Gee Scott on the weekend protests

Duration:00:35:55

How delivery apps make money

6/5/2020
Sue Rahr, head of the WA Criminal Justice Training Commission, on the killing of George Floyd and resulting protests // Feliks Banel, All Over the Map -- nicknames for local companies // Ranjan Roy on how delivery apps make money // Margaret Brennan on the nationwide protests // Hanna Scott on the latest WA COVID guidance/ SPD protest tactics // Dose of Kindness -- Jeff Wagner's feature on a 9-year-old's donations to the people of Minneapolis // Gee Scott asks if there are any issues raised...

Duration:00:47:30