Monday – Friday from 8 – 9am
Dillon talks with the Washington Policy Center and a geologist about the scientists who said it was ok for logging on the slope in Oso.
Dillon talks the tragic shooting at Fort Hood.
Whatcom County settles with a deputy for his firing, which he says was in retaliation for speaking out against the Sheriff’s re-election campaign. Dillon talks with the Sheriff.
Whatcom County pays out $300,000 to settle a wrongful termination suit over the firing of a Sheriff’s deputy. Dillon Honcoop gets Sheriff’s Bill Elfo’s reaction as he stands by his decision to fire Deputy Paul Murphy and explains why the case was settled. Murphy has claimed Elfo fired him in retaliation to Facebook posts he made.
Dillon talks about the death of a 6-year-old boy in a car accident on Chuckanut Drive… and the movie Noah is still stirring up controversy…
The survivors and volunteers in the Oso mudslide are showing their resiliency, but do they really need the federal government’s help? Dillon asks the question.
Open phone Friday with Dillon on The Morning Show.
How long can someone survive in a mudslide? Dillon asks a local Doctor what the chances are that people are still alive in the Oso mudslide.
Dillon broadcasts live from the scene near the massive mudslide in Oso.
Dillon broadcasts live from Arlington, near the massive mudslide.