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  1. Week In Review: Live from Bothell! 2018/07/13
    Who will be Seattle's next police chief? Interim chief Carmen Best is back in the running after former Pittsburgh Police Chief Cameron McLay dropped out of the race. And how dangerous is the City of Seattle really? Crime statistics and people’s perceptions tell two different stories.
  2. Honduran mom freed from Tacoma detention still can't see her 6-year-old son2018/07/13
    Yolany Padilla and her six-year-old son, Jelsin, crossed the border into Texas in May after fleeing violence in Honduras. But after turning themselves in to immigration officials and being detained separately, Padilla hasn't seen her son in two months, she told reporters in Seattle on Wednesday.
  3. New bill aims to make sure rape victims aren’t turned away from hospitals2018/07/12
    People who have been through a sexual assault often find that the first hospital they go to can’t help them. Many hospitals across the country don’t have evidence gathering kits or nurses trained to offer care and support. That may soon change because of a bipartisan bill just introduced in Congress.
  4. LISTEN: Three candidates vie for Seattle Police Chief2018/07/12
    Seattle is down to the final three contenders for Seattle Police chief. Mayor Jenny Durkan has said she will announce the appointee this month.
  5. Introducing Seattle's finalists for police chief and talking white fragility2018/07/12
    Seattle is close to choosing a new Chief of Police. Mayor Jenny Durkan is expected to announce who that will be this month. The three finalist are Interim Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best, Minneapolis Police Inspector Eddit Frizell, and Austin Assistant Chief of Police Ely Reyes. This hour Bill Radke speaks with all three about their vision for the future of the department.
  6. Why is it so hard for white people to talk about race?2018/07/12
    Robin DiAngelo has studied issues of racial and social justice and whiteness for decades. Her new book is, "White Fragility: Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism."
  7. Target squeezes into a small box space on the Ave2018/07/12
    For some, this story could be just one sentence punctuated with approximately 28 exclamation points: Target is coming to the University District.
  8. It's getting hot in here. So turn around your fan2018/07/12
    If you don’t have air conditioning like most of Seattle, what’s the best way to cool your home?
  9. Is Sasquatch real? You be the judge 2018/07/12
    How do you take a scientific approach to Sasquatch? Bill Radke talks to two scientists who have written field guides on the topic. Jeff Meldurm is a professor of anatomy and anthropology from Idaho State University and author of Sasquatch Field Guide and David George Gordon is the author of The Sasquatch Seeker's Field Manual.
  10. Needle exchange, youth shelter to be displaced as U-District church torn down2018/07/12
    Seattle’s University District is about to undergo a massive transformation. Light rail is coming in, buildings are going to get taller, and some old businesses are moving out. And not even churches are immune to the changes.
  11. Congressman Larsen on why the U.S. needs the NATO alliance2018/07/11
    Bill Radke talks to Congressman Rick Larsen, who serves on the House Armed Services Committee, about why the NATO alliance is still relevant. He says the Baltic states need the alliance as protection from Russia and they need the U.S. to lead NATO.
  12. Sorry, did I just interrupt you? Anyway...2018/07/11
    Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is known for her fiery written dissents. But she might have honed that talent, in part, because she couldn't get a word in edgewise.
  13. Sasquatch: myth, or serious research topic?2018/07/11
    Sasquatch is a laughing matter to some - but to others, it's a source of research funding. Jeff Meldrum is a professor of anatomy and anthropology from Idaho State University; David George Gordon is a science communicator and author of "The Sasquatch Seeker's Field Manual". They shared tips and speculation with Bill Radke.
  14. How 3 iconic businesses are surviving the U-District's skyrocketing growth2018/07/11
    Growth is skyrocketing in the U-District. This is good for property values, but also means that a lot of longtime business are leaving: Hardwick’s Hardware, the Weaving Works yarn supply, and the original Pagliacci Pizza store are among the recent victims.
  15. Most complaints about King County deputies didn't result in any discipline, report shows2018/07/11
    Only a third of complaints about King County Sheriff's deputies in 2016 ever stood a chance of being taken seriously, according to a report released today.
  16. How humans and robots will work together2018/07/11
    Bill Radke talks to two roboticists about bringing robots into the home, deep into the sea, and out into space. We're joined by Sidd Srinivasa, professor in the Paul Allen School of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Washington, and Howard Chizeck, co-director of the UW Biorobotics Laboratory.
  17. 'Living in Eastern Washington, fire is personal to me' 2018/07/11
    Bill Radke talks to Northwest News Network reporter Anna King about the wildfire that closed parts of I-90 this week and what people can do to prevent urban wildfires.
  18. Sen. Patty Murray: There could be '5 men empowered to overturn Roe v. Wade’2018/07/10
    Kim Malcolm talks with U.S. Sen. Patty Murray about her opposition to Judge Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump's nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court.
  19. What are the real tradeoffs of the straw ban?2018/07/10
    Seattle's straw ban has coincided with hometown coffee chain Starbucks' decision to phase out all single-use plastic straws by 2020. The new sippy cup-esque lid is recyclable - but what it's not is accessible to folks with disabilities who rely on single use plastic straws.
  20. How risky is it to swim in Washington lakes?2018/07/10
    Jackson Ludwig loves lakes. “Where I was from — Moscow, Idaho — there’s not a lot of lakes to swim. And so being here was like, ‘Oh my God, there’s all these lakes I can swim in!’” Ludwig said. “Once you have that, going back to an indoor pool is like, ‘Hm, I don’t really like this as much.’”
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