The Jason Rantz Show

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Shockingly bad, expensive King County foot-ferry idea

It seems incredulous that a bad idea that was already rejected would resurface a few years later and be taken seriously, but that's exactly what's happening in King County as council members seriously consider a foot ferry that would take over 20 minutes longer to travel than a bus and cost double the amount for a ticket.

More proof I-405 toll lanes are causing a traffic nightmare

For months, I've heard directly from listeners complaining that the general purpose traffic on I-405 between Lynnwood and Bellevue has gotten worse since the Washington State Department of Transportation implemented express toll lanes.

'Real winner' of New Hampshire primary is further left than Sanders

Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders were the winners of the New Hampshire primaries. But the real champion isn't even in the race yet, Michael Medved told KIRO Radio's Jason Rantz.

Seattle officials explain 'bottom line' of cleaning up city

City officials discuss the best steps for handling the illegal homeless encampments and a growing heroin epidemic.

Gun range opens inside Olympia liquor store

A South Sound gun range has set up shop inside an Olympia liquor store and the owners say it's actually safer than other gun ranges.

Tonight: On-air 'town hall' on the homeless crisis

One of the most important topics facing not just Seattle, but the country, is the homelessness emergency. Tonight, we hold an on-air town hall.

Does Lynn Peterson firing signify war in the State Senate?

The surprise firing Friday of Lynn Peterson, was not only "disingenuous," according to Sen. Pramila Jayapal, but might also end up costing Washington taxpayers.

Homeowner chases down homeless burglar with shears

As some activists claim the homeless do not commit any crimes and that heartless neighbors shouldn't be concerned with their safety, we have yet another example that suggests neighbors are rightfully concerned.

Irresponsible, inexcusable to keep Seattle's 'Jungle' open

For a second time, city and state officials toured 'The Jungle' homeless encampment to get a better assessment of the conditions at the site of a mass shooting and murder of two victims, all over a heroin drug debt. What they didn't do was sweep the encampment; this is irresponsible and inexcusable.

Rantz: Are Democrats stealing Republican I-405 fixes?

Rantz wonders why Democrats passed on a Republican bill to fix I-405, then sent a letter to WSDOT with the same fixes without bi-partisan support.

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