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Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

An urgent plea from N. Korea

Originally aired: Thursday, July 25, 2013

The US Agriculture Department just okayed serving it in school cafeterias this fall. Starbucks is launching its own product. Tim Haeck tells us about Greek yogurt's dirty little secret. With his health failing in a North Korean prison camp, Lynnwood's Kenneth Bae has sent an urgent plea to his family and the US government to get him out before he dies. Chris Sullivan has details. Crab fisherman Captain Johnathon Hillstrand's career has taken a turn towards children's books. Rachel Belle interviewed him and found out why. The SIFF Cinema will be showing several Alfred Hitchcock silent films. Tom Tangney spoke with the musician who will be providing a live soundtrack. Marniers manager has been in the hospital for a few days and tests have just revealed that he had a minor stroke.


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