What’s at the bottom of Lake Washington? How are proceeds from marijuana sales used by the state? What will happen if Mount Rainier erupts? SoundQs brings you collections of stories that share one thing in common—they each started with a curious listener who asked KUOW to help them learn more.
Whether you just moved here or have lived in the Puget Sound region your entire life, SoundQs tells us a bit more about the character and the people of the place we call home.
Meet Trooper Chuck. He's pulled over the most distracted drivers, staring at their cellphones, than any other state trooper in Washington. 365 drivers in the course of a year. The troopers ticket more than 2000 distracted drivers every month. Please don't let this podcast distract you while you are driving.
Planes, kayaks, sailboats. How do seaplane pilots find a safe place to land on Lake Union?
You've stockpiled your emergency water, but how concerned should you be about those expiration dates? And how much water do experts have in their emergency kits? You might be surprised.
Campaigns are spending record amounts of money on ads that border on the ghoulish.
A shooting range next to a middle school? This episode will look at why some in Issaquah think that is completely normal and why others are looking to move the guns.
Douglass McCrea wonders why he is seeing fewer sea lions at the Ballard Locks. We'll explore the mystery.
SoundQs is a new podcast by KUOW launching October 18. We'll answer your questions, such as what's the origin of the Seattle dog? Are our schools ready for an earthquake? And did you know there are nude beaches in Seattle?