Young people are spending an average of 6.5 hours a day on cell phones, computers and other devices, and that doesn't include the time they're on screens for school and homework. This is the subject of the new documentary "Screenagers" by Dr. Delaney Ruston, and is the topic of this week's ROSSFIRE Podcast.
Reports of NFL players trying to get the same effects of marijuana without actually smoking it has Dave Ross wondering if the league should relax on their drug policy a bit.
The WA state legislature still isn't sure how much more money to put into education. But at some point I hope they consult with the 2016 Teacher of the Year. His name is Nathan Gibbs-Bowling, he teaches AP Government at Tacoma's Lincoln High School, and as we sat in his classroom he told me that higher salaries would obviously attract and keep better teachers. But he also says that the key to effective teaching takes more than money.