Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

Dave Ross and Colleen O'Brien get you connected first thing in the morning. They tell you what happened while you were sleeping, how are stories developing and what you can expect when you walk out your front door.
Station: KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
Category: News




  • Today on Seattle's Morning News; An eight mile backup yesterday on 405 southbound between Bellevue and Renton was caused by emergency repairs to an ex

  • Today on Seattle's Morning News; Michael Friedson from the Media Line in Jerusalem joins us to talk about Netanyahu.They call them the "Kettle Falls F

  • Today on Seattle's Morning News; Deal Hunter Matt Granite has the best and worst deals for March.What if the blood that typically spills from your gum

  • Today on Seattle's Morning News; Homeless camps can be found under bridges, over-passes, freeways and ramps

  • Today on Seattle's Morning News; Bothell Hindu leaders responded to the spray-painted Swatikas and the "Get Out Muslims" graffiti

  • Today on Seattle's Morning News; You'd better get your drives across the I-90 Express Lanes in now

  • Today on Seattle's Morning News; With great expectations for the Mariners this season, should we expect the 12th Man to become a Mariners fan? Chris S

  • Today on Seattle's Morning News; In the summer of 1978, in between filming for Saturday Night Live and before he took a leading role in any movie, Bil

  • Today on Seattle's Morning News; Libby Denkmann is in Pasco where she had the chance to speak with investigators and their critics including Kennewick

  • Today on Seattle's Morning News; It seems there is little opposition to a nearly 12-cent gas tax increase to pay for transportation in Washington

  • Today on Seattle's Morning News; This week, President Obama is hosting an international summit on violent extremism with everyone specifically avoidin

  • Today on Seattle's Morning News; Chris Sullivan toured the new 520 bridge yesterday

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