On Week In Review today, Bill Radke set the world record for the number of times the word "woonerf" has been uttered in a single radio show. Only kidding. But
Attorney: #Pasco Police shot Zambrano-Montes from behind
South Seattle development is slow, despite promise of light rail
5 things to know about the latest Supreme Court challenge to health law bit.ly/1EUh2m3 #ACA #SCOTUS
Who loses, who wins in FCC's net neutrality ruling?
A new system to keep troops cool and use less diesel
Grizzly bears are coming back to the North Cascades, eventually
KUOW-FM seeks a full-time journalist to produce original content and contribute to the editorial process of a daily news magazine.
Undocumented students push for access to state-funded college scholarship
Context on Port of Seattle deal that @elijsanders just described here: thestranger.com/news/feature/2… #kuowwir
Tired of oil trains? State Senator wants to consider Washington pipeline
High court leans toward religious protection in headscarf case
What Leonard Nimoy and his character Spock meant to scientists of his generation bit.ly/1Gzyu0m via @hereandnow #hearditonKUOW
Idaho lawmakers consider bill to write Uber-style services into law
Tonight @KCTS9INClose explores new ideas being used to combat homelessness in Washington.
Under Idaho bill, teachers would be expected to intervene when they see bullying
.@kuowradioactive's guide to making friends in new places (a.k.a., our youth program's latest podcast)
'If you owe the bank $1 trillion, you own the bank,' say student debtors who are fighting back bit.ly/1G11O2i via @PRI
Leonard Nimoy, the man who made "live long and prosper" famous across the world, is dead at the age of 83. His family confirmed his death to multiple media outlets
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