LISTEN: John Carlson Show, May13--8am hour

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The KOMO News special report, "Seattle Is Dying", just won a prestigious Edward R. Murrow Award for best News Documentary. KVI's John Carlson discusses the honor and if it actually changed anything on Seattle streets. (photo: KOMO News)

8am hour -- the baseball record set on this date in 1952 that has never even come close to being broken, it happened at Shaw Stadium in West Virginia, GUEST: Mariner's Public Address announcer and KOMO News/Sports anchor Tom Hutyler talks about the passing of his former colleague and Seattle radio legend Charlie Brown, sharing some stories about the contentious behind the scenes life in radio and the hysterical moments on the air, free donuts and filet mignon steaks for 2020 grads, vigil in South Seattle for UW college freshman murdered on Mother's Day in front of his family's house, the grace of the dead man's mom is impressive, a listener e-mail about drug addicted activity in downtown Seattle (Pike & Pine corridors), KOMO's Eric Johnson just won a prestigious award for last year's "Seattle Is Dying" special report and sadly, not much has changed with drug addicted homeless crime problems in Seattle; a central WA county health department reverses course after public outcry over how they report virus pandemic cases/data.

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