Your Take On The News

News & Analysis
10:00 am
Fri April 26, 2013

Your Take On The News

Seattle's July 4th celebration over Lake Union
Flickr Photo/luisar

It’s Friday — time to review the week’s news with Knute Berger, Lynne Varner and Josh Feit. Topics this week include development in South Lake Union, George W. Bush and fireworks in Seattle. Our news panel cranes their necks for some perspective. What stories caught your attention this week? Call us at 206.543.5869 or send an email to weekday@kuow.org.

News & Analysis
10:00 am
Fri April 12, 2013

Your Take On The News

Your Take On News live in 2011.
Credit KUOW Photo/Jason Pagano

It’s Friday — time to review the week’s news with Joni BalterKnute Berger and Eli Sanders. Seattle Police Chief John Diaz announces he’ll retire after more than three decades with the SPD. What will be the impact on the city's police reform efforts? Boeing announces a big investment in South Carolina as it warns engineers here of layoffs. And the Blue Angels won't fly over this year's Seafair thanks to federal budget cuts, but Seattle's July 4 fireworks may be back on. What stories caught your attention this week? Call us at 206.543.5869 or send an email to weekday@kuow.org.

News & Analysis
10:00 am
Fri April 5, 2013

Your Take On The News

Weekday News in Review panel live at Town Hall in 2011.
Credit KUOW Photo/Serene Careaga

It’s Friday — time to review the week’s news with Joni Balter, Eli Sanders and Knute Berger. State Senate leaders respond to the governor's spending proposal with a plan of their own, Seattle and Sacramento press the NBA for a franchise and the Fourth of July fireworks fizzle. What stories caught your attention this week? Call us at 206.543.5869 or send an email to weekday@kuow.org.

News & Analysis
10:00 am
Fri March 29, 2013

Your Take On The News

Your Take On News with Knute, Joni and Eli at Weekday Live at Neptune Theatre.
Credit KUOW Photo/Jason Pagano

It’s Friday — time to review the week’s news with Joni Balter, Eli Sanders and Knute Berger. The US Supreme Court hears arguments in two cases that may reshape the legal landscape for same-sex marriages. Are DOMA's days numbered? Olympia kicks into gear as Governor Inslee releases his budget proposal. Plus, a fatal crash in Northeast Seattle highlights the trouble with DUI enforcement, the back-and-forth over where to put Seattle's compost continues and Eli Sanders buys a drone. What stories caught your attention this week? Call us at 206.543.5869 or send an email to weekday@kuow.org.

News & Analysis
10:00 am
Fri March 22, 2013

Your Take On The News

Your Take On News live at the Neptune Theatre in 2011.
Credit KUOW Photo/Jason Pagano

It's Friday — time to review the week's top news stories with Knute Berger, Eli Sanders and C.R. Douglas. The Seattle City Council puts new restrictions on the city's surveillance powers but gives the SPD a pass. State budget writers size up a $1.2 billion shortfall. Cle Elum says no to Seattle's food and yard waste. And former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Ohio Republican Senator Rob Portman both say they support gay marriage, as a new Pew poll finds nearly one in five say they've changed their minds in favor of same-sex marriage. What stories were you following this week? Call us at 800.289.5869 or write to weekday@kuow.org.
 

News & Analysis
10:00 am
Fri March 15, 2013

Your Take On The News

It's Friday — time to review the week's top news stories with Knute Berger, Eli Sanders and C.R. Douglas. A federal judge approved a first-year plan to reform the Seattle Police Department. Meanwhile, the plan was challenged in court by the Seattle Police Officer's Guild and the Seattle Police Management Association, over concerns about collective bargaining rights.

Also, a bill that would expand background checks for gun owners died in the state House. And the state's budget shortfall grew by $300 million. What stories were you following this week? Call us at 800.289.5869 or write to weekday@kuow.org.

News & Analysis
10:00 am
Fri March 8, 2013

Your Take On The News

It’s Friday — time to review the week’s news with Knute Berger, Eli Sanders and C.R. Douglas. Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn and City Attorney Pete Holmes clash over police reform. Seattle Public Schools comes under federal review over a racial disparity in how it disciplines students. Washington state floats sending its Hanford nuclear waste to New Mexico. And one week after sequestration, spending cuts caused by failure to reach a budget deal begin to make an impact in Washington state. What’s your take on the news? Call us at 206.543.5869 or write to weekday@kuow.org.

News & Analysis
10:00 am
Fri March 1, 2013

Your Take On The News

Initiative activist Tim Eyman speaks to the media in front of the Capitol on Thursday, Feb. 28, 2013, in Olympia, Wash. Eyman responded to a Supreme Court ruling that overturned one of his initiatives that limited the ability of the Legislature to raise taxes.
Credit AP Photo/Rachel La Corte

It's Friday - time to review the news of the week with our panel of journalists: Joni Balter, Eli Sanders and Knute Berger. The state Supreme Court ruled against the two-thirds requirement to raise taxes, Mayor Mike McGinn and City Attorney Pete Holmes sparred over police reforms, and the state DOT admitted design flaws in building the new 520 floating bridge. What stories caught your attention this week? Call us at 800.289.5869, email weekday@kuow.org or send us a message on Twitter: @weekdaykuow.

News & Analysis
10:00 am
Fri February 22, 2013

Your Take On The News

Knute Berger, Joni Balter and Eli Sanders at a Weekday Live event in 2011.
Credit KUOW Photo/Serene Careaga

It’s Friday — time to review the week’s news with Joni Balter, Eli Sanders and Knute Berger. President Obama sounds the alarm on the sequester, Olympia makes progress on background checks on gun sales, and Snohomish County Executive Aaron Reardon says "enough is enough" in a surprise resignation. What stories caught your attention this week? Call us 206.543.5869, email weekday@kuow.org or send us a message on Twitter: @weekdaykuow.

News & Analysis
10:00 am
Fri February 15, 2013

Your Take On The News

Pope Benedict XVI leaves after an audience with the Roman clergy in the Paul VI Hall at the Vatican, Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013.
Credit AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino

It’s Friday — time to review the week’s news with Joni BalterEli Sanders and Knute Berger. Pope Benedict says he's resigning, North Korea detonates an underground nuke, and President Obama uses his State of the Union address to make another push for new gun laws. What stories caught your attention this week? Call us 206.543.5869, email weekday@kuow.org or use #weekinreview to share your thoughts with us on Twitter during the show.

Politics
10:00 am
Fri February 8, 2013

Your Take On The News

It’s Friday — time to review the week’s news with Joni Balter, Knute Berger and C.R. Douglas. The public debate on the Seattle Police Department's use of drones heats up. Superintendent Jose Banda ordered Seattle teachers to administer the MAP test. There is an effort in Congress to change U.S. pot laws. Is Washington State blazing the way? What’s your take? Call us at 206.543.5869 or write to weekday@kuow.org.

News & Analysis
10:00 am
Fri February 1, 2013

Your Take On The News

Weekday's News In Review panel at a live event.
Credit KUOW Photo/Serene Careaga



It’s Friday — time to review the week’s news with Joni Balter, Eli Sanders and Knute Berger. Seattle's first gun buyback in more than 20 years takes in more than 700 firearms and brings an impromptu gun show to downtown. The debate over the future of Washington state's prepaid tuition program continues in Olympia. And in Washington DC, a Senate "Gang of Eight" and the president signal a way forward on immigration reform that includes tighter border security and a "path to citizenship" for more than 11 million people living in the country without documentation. What stories caught your attention this week? Call us 206.543.5869, send an email to weekday@kuow.org or use #weekinreview to share your thoughts with us on Twitter during the show.

News & Analysis
10:00 am
Fri January 25, 2013

Your Take On The News

President Barack Obama announces in the State Dining Room of the White House in Washington, Thursday, Jan. 24, 2013, that he will nominate Mary Joe White, right, to lead the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC), and re-nominate Richard Cordray to lead the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, a role that he has held for the last year under a recess appointment.
Credit AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster

It’s Friday — time to talk over the news with Joni Balter, Eli Sanders and C.R. Douglas. President Obama spoke of unity and equality as he laid out his policy agenda for a second term. How will the message be received in Washington D.C.? Education and labor were the focus as lawmakers in Olympia got to work in the second week of the state legislative session. Also, Chris Hansen says he's struck a deal to bring the NBA back to Seattle, but officials in Sacramento promise they won't go down without a fight. What stories caught your attention this week? Write to us at weekday@kuow.org.

News & Analysis
10:00 am
Fri January 11, 2013

Your Take On The News

Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson speaks during a news conference in Sacramento, Calif, Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2013. People with knowledge of the situation said that investor Chris Hansen has contacted the Maloof family about buying the Sacramento Kings basketball team, setting up the possibility of the NBA's return to Seattle.
Credit AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli



It’s Friday — time to talk over the news with Joni Balter, Eli Sanders and Knute Berger. Rumor erupts online about a near-deal to bring the SuperSonics back to town and Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn makes it official — he's running for a second term. Lawmakers in Olympia get ready for next week's start of the state legislative session. Plus, Seattle and King County announce a gun buyback program as the national conversation on guns intensifies. What stories caught your attention this week? Write to us at weekday@kuow.org.

News & Analysis
10:00 am
Fri January 4, 2013

Your Take On The News

Steve Scher on air in KUOW studios.

It’s Friday — time to review the week’s news with Eli Sanders, Knute BergerDavid Horsey and Bruce Ramsey. The House of Representatives voted 257-167 late Tuesday night to avoid the "fiscal cliff." The deal keeps the Bush tax cuts in place for individuals making less than $400,000 a year, extends federal emergency unemployment benefits and Washington state's sales tax deduction, and sets up Fiscal Cliff 2 in just a few weeks. We'll look at how the deal went down and what lies ahead.

Read more

Pages