NPR wants to veer from the pack
The largest glacier between the high peaks of Mount Rainier and Glacier Peak has melted away after a long battle with global warming.
Meet the Easterdays – ranching royalty rooted in the Columbia Basin in southeast Washington state. But behind the well-known family name hides a dark secret, concealed in spreadsheets and bum invoices, that’s eating away at their vast empire.
DOE data and other reporting by KUOW reveal previously unreported attacks on substations in Washington state this summer.
On Monday, K-5 public school students returned to the classroom for the first time since the start of the pandemic under a hybrid model that combines in-person instruction with remote learning. Also, we hear from King County Executive Dow Constantine on a possible fourth wave of coronavirus infections. Plus, why it’s so tough to stop depending on fossil fuels to heat and power your home.
This year, Seattle will likely a set record number of shootings in the city. King County is also seeing the considerable spike in gun-related incidents.
Each year a particular kind of infection kills more than 35,000 people in the United States. Those deaths are caused by antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
Hundreds of people line up at the Seattle Center for a free health care clinic that’s watching for something new this year: coronavirus.
The Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) says around 60 Iranian-Americans were stopped at the U.S. - Canadian border this weekend.
U.S. Border Patrol denies those reports.
Seattle says it will force Uber and Lyft to pay drivers at least Seattle’s minimum hourly wage. And it served notice that other gig economy workers could also receive city protection and support.