Seattle Mayor Ed Murray rejects a call for him to resign after a Seattle Times report that an Oregon child-welfare investigator concluded Murray had sexually abused his foster son in the 1980s.
Washington's new distracted driving law starts this weekend. You already couldn't hold your phone up to your ear. Now anything more than the "minimal use of a finger" will cost you a $136 fine.
And bike share is back in Seattle, with a new idea: leave the bike where ever you want to when you're done riding it. Will it work?
Get caught up on the news:
- AP: Seattle Mayor Ed Murray: I am not going to resign
- Geekwire: Here's what you need to know about WA's strict new distracted-driving law
- Seattle Times: Bike shares wheeling back into Seattle, but they're unlike Pronto in 2 big ways
Our panel this week:
Bill Radke @kuowradke, host
Erica C. Barnett @ericacbarnett, writer at The C is For Crank
Phyllis Fletcher @phylfletch, managing editor at the Northwest News Network
Rob McKenna @robmckenna, former Washington State attorney general