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    Seattle's hot housing market finally cools

    The Seattle housing market has been trending upward for years. But just in the last month or so prices are on the decline. Seattle Times reporter Heidi Groover gives us the latest on what’s happening with housing costs.

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    What to know about BA.5

    Covid case numbers are climbing and local health officials are in talks about reinstating a mask mandate. But the public is largely feeling pandemic fatigue. Dr. Pavitra Roychoudhury at the UW Virology Lab shares the latest information on Omicron variant BA.5 and the risk level in the community.

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    Kids and vaccine hesitancy

    Kids of any age can get vaccinated against Covid now. The real question is: Will they? We check in with Dr. Dimitri Christakas about what concerns parents have.

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    The Supreme Court's new M.O.

    The US Supreme Court delivered some monumental rulings this term. Many of the recent rulings are in conflict with the values of some people in Washington, and even some state laws. To get a better sense of the legal landscape following these recent decisions from the court, we called up James Romoser, the editor of SCOTUSblog.

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    SCOTUS Rules Coach Can Pray

    The last few days we’ve heard rulings on some landmark cases from the Supreme Court. And yesterday, we got some news on a case close to home. The court ruled in favor of Bremerton high football coach Joseph Kennedy who lost his job after praying on the field. We’ll get some analysis from Seattle University law professor Andrew Siegel.

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    That flight cost how much?

    Everyone is itching for a change of scenery after two years of a pandemic. But getting out of town right now is expensive and complicated. Airfares are through the roof! Helane Becker is an analyst with the banking firm Cowen. She's here to help explain what’s happening in the airline industry and how you can try to save a few bucks.

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    When should I take a Covid test?

    By now we all know the drill when it comes to at home rapid Covid tests. You swab, you swirl, drip a few drops and wait 15 min. At-home tests are very convenient, but knowing when to take a test and how to think about the result is important. UW Medicine’s Dr. Helen Chu is here and will tell us how rapid tests can be helpful in reducing Covid cases.

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    A shift in the (still expensive) housing market

    Housing prices have been going up for a decade. It seems the goal of buying a house is increasingly out of reach for many people in Seattle. But the economy is shifting, and so is the housing market. Matthew Gardner is the chief economist for Windermere and is here to walk us through it.

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    Covid numbers are up as people head out

    Summer is almost here and after two years of living with Covid people are ready to get back out. But quick reality check…we’re seeing some of the highest case counts of the pandemic right now. We’ll get an update from Dr. John Lynch about COVID in King County. He's an Infectious Disease doctor at UW Medicine.

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    What does a rainy, cold spring mean for wildfire season?

    This spring has been unseasonably cold and wet. But despite what we've been seeing, there are still parts of our state in a drought as we approach wildfire season. Reid Wolcott from the National Weather Service in Seattle is here to give us a rundown on what to expect this summer.