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Group gathers signatures to repeal WA cap and invest program, Seattle City Council budget vote delayed by Gaza ceasefire protest, and 350 migrants take refuge at Tukwila church, many camping outside. It's our daily roundup of Seattle's top news stories from host Paige Browning.
NW multi-faith coalition calls for ceasefire, unionized Starbucks workers hit the picket lines for the "Red Cup Rebellion," and councilmember Sara Nelson wants Seattle to explore involuntary commitment. It's our daily roundup of Seattle's top news stories from host Paige Browning.
If you ride light rail in the Seattle metro area this holiday season, be sure to bring your ORCA card, and tap the card as you enter the station. Starting Wednesday, Sound Transit is ratcheting up its fare enforcement policy, and issuing citations for the first time in two years. It's a big change.
Seattle's next city council is starting to take shape, Burien activists protest public camping ban by sleeping outside, and there's been a swarm of small earthquakes under Mount St. Helens. It's our daily roundup of Seattle's top news stories from host Paige Browning.
KUOW's arts and culture reporter Mike Davis takes Kim Malcolm to "Neon American Anthem" at the Seattle Art Museum, "Hanako O'Leary: Izanami" at the Frye Art Museum, and "Harry Potter: Magic at Play" in Bellevue.
Suspicious envelopes evacuate election offices, centrist candidates in Seattle take an early lead, and the Lummi Nation Chairman calls for the U.S. to declare the fentanyl crisis a national emergency. It's our daily roundup of Seattle's top news stories from host Paige Browning.
A year ago, a shooting at Ingraham High School left a student dead and an entire community reeling from a tragedy that has become all too common in schools across the nation. Ingraham students say that despite the district's efforts, they continue to grapple with trauma and want to see changes.
Native women are more likely to die during or shortly after childbirth than any other group in Washington state. Now, a nonprofit in the Seattle area is trying to tackle that with a new approach: cash.
KUOW's arts and culture reporter Mike Davis told Kim Malcolm about Two-Way Mirror at the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, Goodnight Moon at Seattle Children's Theatre, and Enough! at Seattle Public Theater
Seattle is bracing for change as voters weigh in on seven City Council races, four of which are open seats. The big, existential question for Seattle's City Council is whether it moves further left or shifts more to the center on the top issues like homelessness and public safety.
Advocates push for more police accountability, goodbye Coca Cola ads on WA ferries, and grocery clerks compete to be the state's fastest bagger. It's our daily roundup of Seattle's top news stories from host Paige Browning.We can only make the KUOW Newsroom Podcast because listeners support us. You have the power! Make the show happen by making a gift to KUOW.
Washington state has effectively eliminated its extensive backlog of untested sexual assault evidence kits. Officials announced Thursday that more than 10,000 backlogged kits have now been cleared from evidence rooms across the state and submitted for testing.