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  1. He helped deport thousands. Now he shelters immigrants in his church2018/03/12
    Father Antonio Illas was a federal immigration agent for 25 years before he turned his life to God.
  2. The Record: Monday, March 12, 20182018/03/12
    You might have heard about protests over the weekend against a Canadian pipeline project that would mean more oil tankers in Washington waters. But that pipeline already exists, so why the fuss? We'll get Vancouver Sun columnist Vaughn Palmer on the phone to explain.
  3. Is Amazon good for Seattle? 'That’s Debatable'2018/03/10
    You don’t have to score tickets to Hamilton to know that debate played a crucial role in U.S. history. When it comes to charting the course of a nation, there is no substitute. The same is true in planning for the future of cities like Seattle. So, here’s a query for a modern debate: Is Amazon, the behemoth internet retailer, good for Seattle?
  4. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan hosts meeting about school safety2018/03/09
    Community members gathered Thursday night to have an open conversation about stopping gun violence. Youth empowerment was an emerging theme. The crowd asked a panel questions about what’s being done about the issue. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan talked about the importance of preparing youth to vote.
  5. We brought Ichiro back to shore up this week's news2018/03/09
    Ichiro Suzuki is back in a Seattle Mariners uniform, Amazon says it's figured out why its Echo smart speakers are spontaneously laughing out loud and state lawmakers finish up their work and go home.
  6. Commander quits Seattle veterans group over harassment, racism2018/03/09
    When Navy veteran Lindsay Church was elected commander of American Legion Post 40 in Seattle's Ballard neighborhood, she looked around the room and saw the future. It didn't look promising. “Basically what I was seeing was the post was dying,” Church said.
  7. Rosa Joshi loves Shakespeare, and she thinks you should, too2018/03/09
    Rosa Joshi wasn’t supposed to be an artist. “I’m the daughter of Asian immigrants,” she says. “I was supposed to be a doctor.”
  8. The expensive mystique of Jean-Michel Basquiat2018/03/09
    What does it feel like to be in the room with $100 million? You can find out soon: the most expensive piece of American artwork in history is coming to the Seattle Art Museum.
  9. Does the publishing world have a Sherman Alexie problem?2018/03/08
    Sherman Alexie is a beloved native writer, filmmaker and poet. He also stands accused of sexual harassment by three women on the record and many more anonymously. KUOW reporter Liz Jones is following the story and sat down with Bill Radke after her first piece on the story published.
  10. The Record: Thursday, March 8, 20182018/03/08
    It's the last day of work for your Washington state legislators. Lawmakers are supposed to wrap up the session by midnight. KUOW's Olympia correspondent Austin Jenkins has the latest on what's still in play.
  11. After our debate, the crowd was split on whether Amazon’s a good thing for Seattle2018/03/08
    Explain this: while half the people at KUOW's Amazon debate Wednesday came to the conclusion that the company is not good for Seattle, three-quarters of the audience also said they have an Amazon Prime membership.
  12. Seattle's overlooked climate impact: Shopping2018/03/08
    Seattle's impact on the climate in recent years could be a lot worse than the city acknowledges. A new report from C40 , a global coalition of large cities including Seattle, says the cities' greenhouse gas emissions are 60 percent higher than previously reported.
  13. Parents: Be gardeners, not carpenters2018/03/08
    Bill Radke sits down with child psychologist Alison Gopnik, author of the new book "The Gardener and the Carpenter." Gopnik explains her problems with modern parenting and how to better face the unexpected that comes with raising a child.
  14. Stories of anger and mourning from Tea Party country2018/03/08
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  15. Students learn Yakama traditions through weaving2018/03/08
    Students from the Yakama Nation are re-connecting with their tribal roots. At the Burke Museum on Tuesday, Yakama artists held a workshop where students learned how to weave hats from hemp and corn husks.
  16. The Record: Wednesday, March 7, 20182018/03/08
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  17. Why doctors can turn away Medicare patients, even if they pay cash2018/03/07
    Last week, KUOW listener Carole Glickfeld reached out to us with a story. She had come down with walking pneumonia. “I was very weak, feverish, I felt like it was the end of the world,” Glickfeld said.
  18. Listen to the voices of Seattle's African-American Writers' Alliance2018/03/07
    For 26 years, Seattle’s African-American Writers’ Alliance has held a reading at The Elliott Bay Book Company on the last Saturday in February. The group’s mission is to provide support for new and published writers, provide peer review and create opportunities for public readings.
  19. Talk to your kids after a school shooting. Even if you think they're OK2018/03/07
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  20. Is Amazon HQ2 headed to the other Washington?2018/03/07
    Amazon's search for a second headquarters has entered a new phase of courtship: The company has begun making visits to the 20 places on its short list . And the first candidates to confirm they've met with an Amazon team are all in the Washington, D.C., area.
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