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The Jason and Burns Show

Zak Burns and Jason Rantz bring a fresh perspective on news that matters most to you. Tune in every weekday 7 to 10pm on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM.

Zak Burns and Jason Rantz bring a fresh perspective on news that matters most to you. Tune in every weekday 7 to 10pm on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM.

Zak Burns and Jason Rantz bring a fresh perspective on news that matters most to you. Tune in every weekday 7 to 10pm on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM.
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Seattle, WA

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Zak Burns and Jason Rantz bring a fresh perspective on news that matters most to you. Tune in every weekday 7 to 10pm on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM.

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English


Episodes

The After-Show Podcast Episode 179

5/22/2018
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Jason is planning on fighting against a tiny house village in his neighborhood. A white Kendrick Lamar is getting shamed online after using the n-word while performing on stage with him.

Duration:00:14:46

May 22,2 018 - Hour 3

5/22/2018
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What’s Trending: The city is still considering the waterfront LID tax. // GUEST: Black Hills High School senior Chad Turner has concerns about the race equity policy the Tumwater School District is considering enacting. // GUEST: Melinda Nichols with the Low Income Housing Institute goes over some of the nuances of the tiny house debate.

Duration:00:36:26

May 22, 2018 - Hour 2

5/22/2018
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What’s Trending: Paul Allen says he’s contributed $1 million to a gun control initiative. Jason says it’s hypocritical to donate big money to progressive campaigns. // Why don’t people who can’t afford housing just move somewhere cheaper? // The Big Local: Bellingham is trying to revitalize a park by opening a 24-hour bathroom. Police posted on Facebook about trying to find a woman, then the woman the wanted to find started commenting on the post. :46 Teens in Washington state think...

Duration:00:35:32

May 22, 2018 - Hour 1

5/22/2018
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What’s Trending: The city is still considering the waterfront LID tax. // GUEST: Black Hills High School senior Chad Turner has concerns about the race equity policy the Tumwater School District is considering enacting. // GUEST: Melinda Nichols with the Low Income Housing Institute goes over some of the nuances of the tiny house debate. // Jay Inslee is probably going to run for president in 2020.

Duration:00:35:24

The After Show Podcast Episode 178

5/21/2018
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Jason interviews Bart Layton, the director of American Animals.

Duration:00:25:41

May 21, 2018 - Hour 2

5/21/2018
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What's Trending: Saul Spady (grandson of Dick's Drive-in founder) joins Jason to talk about how people can fight back against the head tax // Starbucks has a new policy that doesn't make sense // Big Local: Bainbridge Island coffee shop can't sell cannabis infused lattes

Duration:00:35:46

May 21, 2018 - Hour 1

5/21/2018
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What's Trending: Mountain bikers attacked by a cougar // A todler was pricked by a dirty needle at an Everett playground // Guest: Bart Layton, director of American Animals

Duration:00:35:22

May 18, 2018 - Hour 3

5/18/2018
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What’s Trending: Trump doubles down on use of the term “animals.” What are the food safety rules for food trucks? Jason reviews Deadpool 2 and Pope Francis. Greg Winters hit a deer with his car… Then it somehow ended up in his backseat STILL ALIVE. 8 to 10 dead after school shooting in Santa Fe, Texas.

Duration:00:32:51

May 18, 2018 - Hour 2

5/18/2018
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What’s Trending: The listeners came through for Jason and pressured the city into announcing when the meeting about the new tiny house village will happen. Poop powered trucks take to the streets in King County, and a Canadian woman threw her own poop in a Tim Horton’s. The Big Local: Pokemon Go players cleans up the Sultan park where they play together. They found families for the kittens in that box the Auburn police found. UW study suggests most gun-owning households in Washington...

Duration:00:32:53

May 18, 2018 - Hour 1

5/18/2018
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What’s Trending: The city is considering a LID tax for people who live on the waterfront. Fox News Radio’s Tonya J. Powers on the Scot Peterson’s $8,000 a month pension payment. Jason reviews Deadpool 2 and Pope Francis. Greg Winters hit a deer with his car… Then it somehow ended up in his backseat STILL ALIVE. The media botched coverage of Trump’s “animals” comments.

Duration:00:33:52

May 18, 2018 - Hour 3

5/17/2018
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What's Trending: : A homeless man charged with raping a woman in a car dealership bathroom and Jason is trying to get to the bottom of whether the city is pursuing plans for more tent cities // Trump caused controversy during his immigration round table yesterday // GUEST: Tacoma School District administrator Logic Amen explains the controversy over his rap lyrics // GUEST: King County Council Chair Joe McDermott is frustrated Governor Jay Inslee and Secretary of State Kim Wyman are funding...

Duration:00:33:57

May 17, 2018 - Hour 1

5/17/2018
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What's Trending: Amazon and other businesses are readying an initiative to repeal the “head tax," // What does it take to be considered a Pacific Northwest local? Some say their whole life // GUEST: Tacoma School District administrator Logic Amen explains the controversy over his rap lyrics // GUEST: King County Council Chair Joe McDermott is frustrated Governor Jay Inslee and Secretary of State Kim Wyman are funding paid postage for ballots in every other county except his

Duration:00:34:31

May 18, 2018 - Hour 2

5/17/2018
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What's Trending: Jason is trying to get to the bottom of whether the city is pursuing plans for more tent cities // The Big Local: Bellevue mayor says they’re “open for business.” Tolling at the Washington-Oregon state line put on hold. Kent’s historic district gets a bunch of roof lights // An NAACP leader accused a cop of racially profiling him, but the body cam video doesn’t support that

Duration:00:38:07

The After-Show Podcast Episode 176

5/17/2018
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Jason still has questions about a meeting about a potential tiny house village in his neighborhood. Also, an Arizona high school names a Muslim kid as "most likely to bomb the U.S." in their yearbook.

Duration:00:26:58

May 16, 2018 - Hour 3

5/16/2018
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What’s Trending: Governor Jay Inslee approves paid postage for ballots, except in King County. State Senator Mark Mullet says the Seattle head tax will impact him as a business owner in Issaquah. Google wants to help cure your phone addiction. Dominique Stewart is a recent graduate of Washington State University, now she’s suing her alma mater over a racist incident that took place her freshman year. The man who hit a deer with his car and then it landed in his back seat contacted Jason...

Duration:00:33:24

May 16, 2018 - Hour 2

5/16/2018
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What’s Trending: The city has to return to Wells Fargo (after abandoning them over the Dakota Access Pipeline) because no other banks would take their business. Fox News Radio’s Rachel Sutherland goes over the results from primaries yesterday. Jason continues monitoring the coverage of the Gaza conflict. The Big Local: The city of Kent collected $1.2 million from school zone cameras. There’s a guy in Everett who always carries a parrot around. STD cases on the rise in Washington.

Duration:00:32:46

The After-Show Podcast Episode 175

5/16/2018
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Jason is actually going to talk to the guy who hit a deer with his car and then it landed in the backseat. Then the guys get into the "Yanny Laurel" debate.

Duration:00:19:10

May 16, 2018 - Hour 1

5/16/2018
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What’s Trending: Governor Jay Inslee approves paid postage for ballots, except in King County. Mariners’ Robinson Cano suspended 80 games. State Senator Mark Mullet says the Seattle head tax will impact him as a business owner in Issaquah. Dominique Stewart is a recent graduate of Washington State University, now she’s suing her alma mater over a racist incident that took place her freshman year. College students dismiss the idea of a Nobel Prize for Trump, but can’t explain why Obama got...

Duration:00:35:10

The After-Show Podcast Episode 174

5/15/2018
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Is drinking making us worse at dating?

Duration:00:19:27

May 15, 2018 - Hour 3

5/15/2018
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What's Trending: A philadelphia grandmother wounds a home intruder with her legally owned gun // Chicago "gun-sharing station" art project tries to make a point about gun violence // Guest: Ethan Blevins with the Pacific Legal Foundation is suing Seattle over the landlord ordinance preventing them from using criminal histories of applicants against them // Nikki Haley responds to the Gaza border crisis

Duration:00:32:46

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