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Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross



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Quiz: Do you know what you're doing out in the sun?

Follow along as KIRO Radio's Dave Ross and Colleen O'Brien take the summer myths quiz and prove they're native Washingtonians.

Who cleans up the mess after a Mariners game?

Imagine having to clean up after a frat party, with everything from empty beer bottles to half-eaten food and other garbage all over. Do that for 81 home games at Safeco Field.

Where to watch a fireworks show in Seattle and beyond

Let the experts handle your fireworks entertainment this July 4. Here's a list of public fireworks shows from the Washington State Patrol.

Rob McKenna: Life in prison might be better than death penalty for Christopher Monfort

KIRO Radio political analyst Rob McKenna explains why some lawyers prefer life in prison sentences instead of the death penalty, and why that might be part of considerations for the Monfort case.

Salmonella outbreak reported after people cuddle, kiss chickens

Chickens have caused a Salmonella outbreak across multiple U.S. states, including Washington, leading the CDC to recommend not cuddling with your chickens.

First measles-related death in more than a decade reported in Washington

The first measles-related death in the country in more than a decade was reported in Washington.

Two year old girl hit, killed by car in Redmond

A child was killed after being hit by a car at the town center.

Girl Scout CEO responds to skepticism over $100K donation

KIRO Radio's John Curley believes the Girl Scouts "concocted" a story to get people to feel sorry for them, thus paving the way for even more money. Others agree, and some don't.

Seattle waterfront businesses reopen after nine months

Seattle's waterfront reopened Wednesday morning after nine months of construction on the seawall.

Western Washington is a ticking time bomb for fires

June saw record-breaking average temperatures and dry conditions that rival some of the most arid Augusts in Washington history.

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