Kirby Wilbur tries to talk trash to Phil and Brittney about the Apple Cup, let's take another look at the US economy and how much the average Federal employee makes in total benefits/salary, and a new Pew Research poll asks what has a negative influence on the U.S.
Kirby Wilbur plans to be extra thankful at Thanksgiving this year, why is Mitt Romney being thrown in to the presidential campaign mix?
Phil is vindicated over his choice of Thanksgiving themed music on the show, Ted Cruz is buying social media adds in several early primary states and they're targeting college football fans this weekend, Trump running as a 3rd party candidate is still a real concern, and enviros propose a new tax to address climate change: a meat tax
Kirby Wilbur asks listeners to support a family in need in Monroe, the NFL commissioner pumps the breaks on the popularity of daily fantasy football betting websites, the new Rocky/Apollo Creed sequel "Creed" is better than all the previous Rocky movies.
An Everett, WA court sentences a man trying to commit suicide by cop who shot a cop but survived to 71 years in prison, Pres. Obama says there’s no credible threats about terrorist attacks for Thanksgiving travel, shopping or sports events this weekend,.
Even sunny days in November can come with their own weather challenges in the Pacific Northwest.
Detectives are investigating after a 16-year-old girl was found beaten and tied up in a school bathroom Tuesday morning at Evergreen High School.
Newly released Seattle police dash camera footage reveals the alleged assault by SPD officers at a Georgetown parking lot in 2010.
Western Washington University suspended all classes Tuesday after threats and hate speech were posted on social media against students of color on campus, University President Bruce Shepard said.
Kirby Wilbur in for Carlson: Auburn, WA authorities hold a town meeting after unsolved serial arsonist has set 16 different fires, Russian fighter plane is shot down by Turkish jet along the Syrian border, and Allentown, PA has one of the biggest Syrian communities in America stretching back to the 1800s, so how are they dealing with the new wave of refugees?