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Catch up on the local headlines of the day with the "KUOW Newsroom" podcast. One podcast feed, all the great local reporting you expect from KUOW and NPR. Headline summaries posted every weekday around 5 p.m. Special features and interviews posted throughout the day. We're trying out some new formats on this feed. Let us know what you think at newsroom@kuow.org.
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Discover original short-run audio series produced by KUOW, Seattle’s NPR news station. KUOW Shorts is created in collaboration with local journalists, artists, storytellers, and community members.
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"THE WILD with Chris Morgan" explores how nature survives and thrives alongside (and often despite) humans. Taking listeners across the Pacific Northwest and around the world, host Chris Morgan explores wildlife and the complex web of ecosystems they inhabit. He also tells the stories of people working in and protecting the wild around us.
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terrestrial explores the choices we make in a world we have changed. Host Ashley Ahearn travels the country to bring listeners stories about people making personal choices in the face of environmental change.
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It started with books. Today, Amazon is transforming virtually every facet of the American consumer economy. Primed explores what happened when Amazon set up shop in Seattle, what might be in store for its next headquarters, and how this iconic company is changing life as we know it.
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This week… SOME of you didn’t vote. This year’s election had the worst turnout in Washington state history. Woodinville staple Molbak’s Home and Garden had a messy breakup over a 15-year development project. And we discuss whether some of Seattle’s tourism staples are over or underrated. Lindy West and Meagan Hatcher-Mays, the duo behind KUOW’s new…
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If you’ve tried to catch a boat regularly lately, you know Washington state’s ferry system is struggling. Many vessels are 40 to 50 years old. The Tilikum is 63 years old. A third of the fleet is out of service. Several routes are on reduced service or running smaller boats. What's behind the service's woes and how does WSF plan to return to stabil…
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Trees? Water? Coffee? Tech? In this episode of the RadioActive podcast, Phillip Zhou, Gavin Muhlfelder and Alex Mengisteab go from neighborhood to neighborhood gathering stories about everything that makes the Emerald City unique. Content note: This story briefly mentions drug addiction. [RadioActive Youth Media is KUOW’s radio journalism and audio…
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Seattle Parks and Recreation wants to build a children’s play area in Denny Blaine Park, which is also home to a popular nude beach full of history for Seattle’s LGBTQ+ community. The city says it’s to address a lack of playgrounds in the area, but Seattle’s queer community is mobilizing to protect one of its most historic spaces. Stranger Queer Cu…
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Since time immemorial, Native Tribes in the Columbia Basin met at a village crossroads called Mool-Mool.In the wake of the Yakama Treaty of 1855, the site was of continual use as a U.S. military outpost, and for decades, the grounds included a boarding school operated by the Bureau of Indian Affairs, where children from the Yakama Nation were force…
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In 1906, the Steamship Dix was shuttling passengers from Colman Dock to Port Blakely when it crossed the path of the SS Jeanie. After the SS Jeanie rolled the SS Dix, the latter's passengers scrambled for safety, with dozens tragically sinking aboard the vessel. More than 100 years later, local shipwreck enthusiasts believe they've found the steame…
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If you’re in the Pacific Northwest right now, it’s cold outside. There’s frost on the ground in the morning — sometimes a freezing mist in the air. And lately, very little rain. Winter doesn’t technically start for another three weeks. But if this is all feeling off to you, you may need to prepare for more weirdness; it’s an El Niño year.…
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We can only make Seattle Now because listeners support us. You have the power! Make the show happen by making a gift to KUOW: https://www.kuow.org/donate/seattlenow And we want to hear from you! Follow us on Instagram at SeattleNowPod, or leave us feedback online: https://www.kuow.org/feedbackBy Patricia Murphy
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A combination of long commute times, outsized fear of crime, lack of housing, and older office space is causing downtown Seattle's slow recovery from the pandemic. KUOW's Joshua McNichols looks at a few ways to combat these factors. We can only make Soundside because listeners support us. Make the show happen by making a gift to KUOW: https://www.k…
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The Big Dark is upon us again as daylight grows scarcer in Seattle. Between seasonal affective disorder and the impending holidays, it can be a tough time of year for our mental health. Today, we’re looking at comedy as a coping mechanism during these dark, cold months. Seattle comedian Chris Mejia will tell us how he incorporates his depression in…
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The new movie "Thin Skin" follows the life of Ahamefule J. Oluo, a newly divorced father who spends his days working a soul-sucking office job, while at night, he works on what he truly loves: his music. Then, Oluo speaks to his father for the first time in decades, and things take a turn.By Mike Davis
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The Washington State Department of Transportation has a lot of very expensive projects it has to manage in order to keep people moving around, and legislators recently got some pretty massive sticker shock for a different project — one that’s aimed at improving the way salmon move around.By Libby Denkmann
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We can only make Seattle Now because listeners support us. You have the power! Make the show happen by making a gift to KUOW: https://www.kuow.org/donate/seattlenow And we want to hear from you! Follow us on Instagram at SeattleNowPod, or leave us feedback online: https://www.kuow.org/feedback To find out more about Urban Craft Uprising: https://ur…
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