Podcasts: Morning News


Morning News

Monday through Friday @ 5-8a

Joe Teehan and Alex Gray give you the latest news every morning with Meteorologist Jeff Johnson’s dependable weather forecast every ten minutes, and Mark Scholten with sports at :15 and :45 on the hour!

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Morning News for 4/18/16

The Morning News team kicks off the week with an interview with ABC’s Tom Rivers to discuss the latest in politics. There’s much to discuss with the New York primary tomorrow.
And it’s tax day. Who doesn’t LOVE talking about taxes… Joe, Alex, and Kimball chat about their tax woes.


Morning News for 4/15/16

Joe and Alex discuss last nights democratic debate with ABC’s Aaron Katersky; and why it turned into such a heated face off ahead of the NY primary.
Friday means What’s Happening! Kimball shares the latest going on this weekend, and what fun you just won’t want to miss.

U.S. Republican Vice Presidential Candidate Paul Ryan
arrives at Palm Beach International Airport for a local fundraiser
West Palm Beach, Florida - 19.10.12

Where:  Palm Beach, Florida, United States
When: 19 Oct 2012
Credit: Johnny Louis/WENN.com

Morning News for 4/14/16

Paul Ryan said Wednesday he will follow the lead of the official Rules Committee at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland this summer, and made it very clear that he does not want to be nominated for President. ABC’s Kenneth Moton explains how this could play out in an election year full of unlikely twists.
Many financial companies are wrongly blocking transactions because of false terrorism fears, according to Bankrate.com. Bankrate.com senior analyst Claes Bell, CFA shares information on why financial institutions are acting so cautiously.


Morning News for 4/13/16

The Republican Party seems more like a dysfunctional family these days… but the Trump family says they are doing better than ever. Audiences saw a new side of Donald Trump last night when he sat down with CNN’s Anderson Cooper in a town hall with his wife and four of his children.
Staying safe on the roadways is important of course… but now more than ever when it comes to insurance quotes. Laura Adams with Insurancequotes.com gives advice on how to keep your insurance prices as low as possible, especially if you have tickets on your record.


Morning News for 4/12/16

ABC’s Kenneth Moton is live from Washington DC to discuss the latest on the 2016 Presidential election.
And April 12 marks Equal Pay Day. The date that symbolizes how far into the year women must work to earn what men earned in the previous year. The morning news team fills you in on what this means and why you should care.

Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks to the reporters at United Nations headquarters, Tuesday, March 10, 2015. Clinton conceded Tuesday that she should have used a government email to conduct business as secretary of state, saying her decision was simply a matter of "convenience."

Morning News for 4/11/16

Hillary Clinton leading for the democrats, Donald Trump clinging to a lead in the Republican race, and yet… both of them seem to be in big trouble. At least by the latest developments. In with the latest is ABC’s Brad Mielke
After a slow start, chip-enabled credit cards are gaining momentum, according to a new CreditCards.com report. Matt Schulz, CreditCards.com’s senior industry analyst explains.

Springtime spring flowers

Morning News for 4/8/16

The search in Belgium intensifies for the “man in the hat,” the third bomber at Brussels airport who didn’t kill himself in the “suicide” bombing. ABC’s Ben Barnie joins us from Paris with the very latest on a new video that has surfaced.
Spring has sprung and Kimball wants to help you celebrate! She’s live in the studio with events to get you out in the sunshine and feeling good for “What’s Happening”

Photo Credit: Ashley McCauley of Bellingham, thanks for the great photo @ohleonine!

Morning News for 4/7/16

More and more of our infrastructure in our city is computerized, from transportation to many other aspects of our cities. How safe are they from being hacked into and affected? Joining us with more on this is ABC’s Jim Ryan.
Joe talks social security and “mysocialsecurity” online with BJ Garrett.
It’s #NationalBeerDay! Joe, Alex and Kimball chat about what this hoppy day will look like here in Bellingham.

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Morning News for 4/6/16

VOTE 2016: Cruz and Sanders pull off big wins in Wisconsin’s primary. Among Ted Cruz supporters, only a quarter are excited about what he’d do as president – suggesting he’s got more anti-Trump than pro-Cruz support… Now candidates are looking ahead to New York. ABC’s Ryan Burrow reports from Milwaukee, saying it was an exciting, long night. On this day in history back in 1896, the first modern Olympic games was held in Athens. KGMI’s Kimball Gainor shares some original Olympic facts you may have never heard before.

President Barack Obama welcomes the NFL champion Baltimore Ravens football team to the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, June 5, 2013. The Ravens defeated the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII.

Morning News for 4/4/16

Senate is back on capital hill and so is the tug of war between republicans in the Senate and the White House over the presidents supreme court nominee. ABC’s Lana Zak discusses.

4/4/16 is a square root day! The last one was 3/3/2009, and the next won’t happen until 5/5/2025. The morning news team chats about square root day and why we are “words not numbers” people.

Recent Headlines

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Two escape fire on Lummi Reservation


The blaze Sunday destroyed a double-wide mobile home.

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Police arrest May Day protesters in Seattle

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SEATTLE (AP) — Seattle police say they arrested nine people during anti-capitalist protests that injured five officers on May Day. Authorities…

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Missing boy found dead after hiking near the Big Four Ice Caves


Officials report it is unclear how the boy died but it did not involved the ice caves. The trail leading to the caves only just reopened Friday, after a fatal incident last July.

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Seattle traffic is backing up, Viaduct isn’t only construction project causing problems

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The State Department of Transportation's Lisa Van Cise says the SnoCo Squeeze is also bad.

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Seattle braces for heavier traffic this Monday due to Viaduct closure

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If you thought Friday's traffic was bad due to the viaduct closer, the State Department of Transportation says brace yourself for today.