Published December 10, 2013
Whether it’s commercial airplanes, coffee or computers, Seattle has long been a city known for being ahead of the curve. But now, a range of issues – including a jump in serious downtown crime and open pot smoking – are threatening to open a rift between police and politicians that could damage the city’s image.
Published December 09, 2013
Dan Springer reports on marijuana debate
Published December 03, 2013
Dan Springer reports from Seattle
Published November 27, 2013
Foodies sample best neighborhoods have to offer
Published November 21, 2013
Iowa State Patrol is now experimenting with the latest gadget aimed at reducing the number of high-speed pursuits: a mini air cannon that mounts on the patrol car and fires GPS trackers.
Published November 05, 2013
The inaugural class of Microsoft's Software and Systems Academy is set to graduate. When they finish next month, they’ll all get hired by either Microsoft or one a contractors, earning as much as $100,000 salaries.
Published November 04, 2013
A new program from Microsoft will provide software development training and testing to U.S. active duty service members
Published October 27, 2013
America's oil boom has the Texas tea flowing, whole new towns being built in North Dakota and, for the first time in decades, the U.S. producing more crude than it imports. But Alaska, a state known for its vast oil resources and pro-drilling politics, is being left in the dust of this new oil surge.
Published October 23, 2013
Dan Springer reports from Anchorage
Published October 11, 2013
Dan Springer reports