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FILE - In this Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2013, photo, the lights are on at Goldman Sachs" headquarters, in New York. The Goldman Sachs Group Inc. reports quarterly financial results before the market opens on Tuesday, April 16, 2013.

KGMI Morning Show 1/9/14

Goldman Sachs is pulling out of GPT funding… Does it matter? Dillon takes a look.

The book entitled: "Duty: Memoirs of a Secretary of War," by former Defense Secretary Robert Gates is seen in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2014. The White House is bristling over former Defense Secretary Robert Gates' new memoir accusing President Barack Obama of showing too little enthusiasm for the U.S. war mission in Afghanistan and sharply criticizing Vice President Joe Biden's foreign policy instincts.

KGMI Morning Show 1/8/14

Is former Defense Secretary Robert Gates really spreading blame equally? Dillon Honcoop tackles Gates’ criticisms of Presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush.

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KGMI Morning Show 1/7/14

Initiative guru Tim Eyman joins The Morning Show to talk about his latest effort to make it harder to raise taxes in Washington State.

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KGMI Morning Show 1/6/14

A deep freeze is gripping much of the nation, and host Dillon Honcoop gets a first-hand report from the Chicago area with Tavis Buchan, former member of the Cascade Radio Group.

KGMI Morning Show 1/3/14

Host Dillon Honcoop talks with callers about the Machinists Union voting on Boeing’s latest contract offer, oil train explosions, the “dumbification” of America, and an unpopular buzzed driving PSA.

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KGMI Morning Show 12/31/13

Dillon Honcoop talks with local DUI attorney Jonathan Rands about the alcohol-related crash that killed two young men on Guide Meridian early this New Years Eve morning.

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KGMI Morning Show 12/30/13

Retired NYPD Detective Sgt. Bill Williams joins the show with his take on the recent bombings in Russia and what they mean for the upcoming Winter Olympic games in Sochi.

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KGMI Morning Show 12/27/13

Host Dillon Honcoop talks with a spokesman for residents near an old air strip on Whidbey Island who are complaining about noise from Navy jets.

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KGMI Morning Show 12/26/13

Dillon Honcoop discusses all the whining over UPS and Fedex failing to deliver some Christmas presents on time, and what Jessie Jackson has to say about Phil Robertson of Duck Dynasty.

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KGMI Morning Show 12/24/13

Host Dillon Honcoop is in the Christmas spirit! He invites callers to share their Christmas traditions, and talks with Jerry Stewart about his latest holiday special.

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FILE - In this Oct. 2, 2011, file photo, taken with a fisheyelens, the Seattle Seahawks and Atlanta Falcons play during an NFL football game at CenturyLink Field in Seattle. Opened in 2002, the stadium's signature roof canopies and rainbow-like trusses hang over the field to protect most of the seats and trap in the crowd noise.

The defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks will open their title defense on Thursday, Sept. 4, against the Green Bay Packers.

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Mariners snap a 8 game losing streak to avoid AL West cellar.

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Emmert supports more efficient, effective NCAA

NCAA President Mark Emmert answers a question at a news conference Sunday, April 6, 2014, in Arlington, Texas.

NCAA President Mark Emmert believes college sports can address the concerns of union organizers without changing the entire model.

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Seattle signs Trufant, CB expected to retire

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Seattle announced the signing Wednesday and said Trufant was expected to announce his intentions during a news conference Thursday.