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Carmen Best, interim police chief of Seattle
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Bill Radke reviews the news of the weekend, including the controversy over the three finalists chosen for Seattle's next police chief. Interim Police Chief Carmen Best is not among them.

Seattle Mariners play at the Baltimore Orioles in 2013.
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Bill Radke talks to Tim Elfrink, managing editor of the Miami New Times, about performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs) in baseball, after Seattle Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano was suspended for half a season for violating the MLB's drug policy. Elfrink broke the story of baseball's last big steroid scandal -- a South Florida wellness clinic that was supplying human growth hormone to major leaguers.

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This week, Seattle lost its Russian consulate, lost its “first in time” rental law, lost the Battery Street Park, lost everything... except the season opener. The Seattle Mariners won that, 2-1.

Is it time for a change to King's Court?

Jul 11, 2017
King's Court at Safeco Field
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Bill Radke speaks with Seattle Times sports columnist Larry Stone about why he thinks Mariners fans should change the King's Court, a special cheering section at Safeco Field for pitcher Felix Hernandez.  

A naming rights agreement with Safeco Insurance and the Seattle Mariner's baseball field ends after the 2018 season.
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Safeco Field, the home of the Seattle Mariners, will be getting a new name. Safeco Insurance and the ball club said they’re ending their agreement.

It doesn’t sound like people in Seattle are too concerned about the name change.

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The attorney for Seattle Mayor Ed Murray says a doctor's exam knocks down a key claim made by a man accusing the mayor of sexual assault, and the case should be dropped.

A United Airlines passenger threatens to sue the airline after the entire internet watches video of police dragging him out of his seat and off the plane.

Washington state lawmakers want you to put down your phone behind the wheel, even at red lights.

And the Mariners unveil a statue of Ken Griffey, Jr., just in time to turn around their rough start to the 2017 season.

All with guest host Luke Burbank in front of a live studio audience.