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caption: "A lot of people have been reaching out to me to ask me to look into stories, and I wish I could clone myself so I could do them all; there are far too many atrocities like this, and we need to change the state of policing in America so that these killings are an aberration rather than a norm."
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"A lot of people have been reaching out to me to ask me to look into stories, and I wish I could clone myself so I could do them all; there are far too many atrocities like this, and we need to change the state of policing in America so that these killings are an aberration rather than a norm."

An illustrated view from the CHOP

A transparent bullhorn. A rough summer. And an epidemiologist’s admonition: we’re nowhere near out of the woods yet.

Individual segments are available in our podcast stream or at www.kuow.org/record.

Tessa Hulls from the CHOP

You’ve probably been hearing, and possibly been seeing, a lot out of the organized protest zone in Capitol Hill. Comic artist Tessa Hulls has been camped out inside an arts organization, documenting life inside the nebulous CHOP.

King County Executive Dow Constantine 6.30

It’s been a June to forget, says King County Executive Dow Constantine. We hear from him about protests, escalating COVID cases, and other issues affecting our county.

Epidemiologist Ali Mokdad

What’s going on with our case numbers? What’s going on with life going back to our previous normal? To understand the dissonance, Ross Reynolds spoke with University of Washington epidemiologist Ali Mokdad.