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Bellevue Police Chief Steve Mylett: ‘Derek Chauvin does not represent us’

For Bellevue Police Chief Steve Mylett, Derek Chauvin's conviction was a necessary first step toward earning back the public's trust in law enforcement.
5 months ago
homeless, HSD director...
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Auburn mayor: Clearing homeless camps ‘about getting people help with services’

Auburn Mayor Nancy Backus explains a recently-passed ordinance making it a criminal offense to camp in the city's public parks.
5 months ago
in-person learning...
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State’s return to in-person learning has been ‘very different East vs West’

All schools in Washington must now offer at least part-time in-person learning for any student who wants it, but each district makes its own plan.
5 months ago
mass shooting...
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Gee & Ursula: Each mass shooting now just a ‘blip on the screen’

Since the beginning of this year, there have been nearly 150 mass shootings across the country. Gee and Ursula discuss the shootings and what can be done.
5 months ago
Phase 2, pierce county...
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Pierce County Exec: Rollback to Phase 2 will cost jobs at a crucial time

Bruce Dammeier, the Pierce County Executive, responds to Governor Inslee's rolling back of Pierce County to Phase 2 this week.
5 months ago
Seattle protest media footage, seattle police officers...
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Training program aims to ‘slow down stressful situations’ for Washington police officers

Neuroscientist Dr. Jonathan Page believes the key to helping Washington police officers make safer decisions could very well be found in our brains.
5 months ago
Amazon...
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Would you be OK with an Amazon fulfillment center in your neighborhood?

Gee and Ursula discuss how Amazon is considering three new warehouse locations: NIMBY OR YIMBY?
5 months ago
eviction ban, evicted...
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New bill could guarantee attorneys for low-income tenants getting evicted

Washington may begin guaranteeing lawyers for low-income tenants getting evicted, according to a new report.
5 months ago
COVID, masks, rollback, Snohomish County...
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Gee & Ursula: What can the state do instead of a rollback to Phase 2?

Several counties are facing a possible rollback to Phase 2 this week because of rising COVID-19 cases, but Gee Scott hopes the governor reconsiders.
5 months ago
Seattle homelessness, homeless authority CEO...
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Seattle weighs differing approaches to homeless crisis in wake of pandemic

Scott Greenstone from the Seattle Times on the 50% increase in homeless tents, Seattle’s unveiling of a hotel for the homeless, and challenges to the Compassion Seattle initiative.
6 months ago
Virologist Dr. Rasmussen says while none of the COVID-19 vaccines are 100% effective, vaccination e...
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Virologist explains how KIRO Radio’s Gee Scott still got COVID after first vaccine dose

Virologist Dr. Rasmussen says while none of the COVID-19 vaccines are 100% effective, vaccination ensures that you're less likely to have severe illness.
6 months ago
marysville, snohomish...
Stephanie Klein

Hate crime charges recommended for Marysville threat against student

Detectives in Snohomish County have completed an investigation into a Lake Stevens man who allegedly threatened to kill minorities in a social media post on a Marysville student's page.
6 months ago
Homeless crisis, Seattle homeless, Auburn...
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Downtown Seattle Association CEO: City must prioritize money around homelessness

Jon Scholes, President & CEO of the Downtown Seattle Association, on the “Compassion Seattle” citizen initiative to amend the city charter requiring Seattle to act on the homeless issue.
6 months ago
distracted driving...
MyNorthwest Staff

Safety officials warn of ‘hangover effect’ after texting while driving

April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month, so the Washington Traffic Safety Commission is calling for a refocus on preventing distraction related crashes.
6 months ago
Loftium, Seattle renters, property tax, single family zoning...
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Economist: Seattle’s single-family zoning ‘doesn’t make any sense’

Economist Matthew Gardner believes that the solution to Seattle's skyrocketing housing prices may lie in ending single-family zoning once and for all.
6 months ago
police oversight, king county sheriff, hate crime unit...
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GOP councilmember targets ‘bipartisan approach’ for King County hate crime unit

King County Councilmember Reagan Dunn unveiled a proposal Monday for a hate crime unit that would operate within the sheriff's office. 
6 months ago
marysville...
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NAACP Snohomish County calls for action, accountability on threats from Marysville students

After reports of threats to kill minorities in the Marysville School District, the Snohomish County NAACP is now calling for consequences.
6 months ago
Ed Troyer, Pierce County Sheriff...
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Council chair: ‘Important’ that investigation into Pierce County Sheriff isn’t political

Pierce County Council Chair Derek Young expands on what the council is looking to accomplish with its investigation of Sheriff Ed Troyer.
6 months ago
college students, tuition...
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Should college students get a refund for online learning during COVID?

After a UW student and college students in Oregon sue over the cost of tuition during the pandemic, Gee and Ursula discuss if they should get a refund.
6 months ago
vaccinated, washington...
MyNorthwest Staff

Employees at Moses Lake health care facility test positive for COVID after being vaccinated

Washington state may have its first cases of breakthrough coronavirus, when someone who has been fully vaccinated still catches COVID-19. 
6 months ago
aapi, asian history...
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Seattle law professor: Asian-American history often viewed as ‘side subject’

Robert Chang, director of the Fred T. Korematsu Center for Law and Equality at Seattle U, shares insight on the history of anti-Asian actions in the US.
6 months ago
Dr. Angela Rasmussen says social distancing alone won't protect kids or teachers from COVID. Other...
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Virologist explains why distancing alone won’t protect students, teachers

Dr. Angela Rasmussen says social distancing alone won't protect kids or teachers from COVID. Other mitigation measures must be in place.
6 months ago
Snohomish County, life sentence, inmates...
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Should an 18-20 year old committing murder be an automatic life sentence?

Should murderers get an automatic life sentence? The state Supreme Court recently ruled against automatic life sentences for 18-20 year-olds.
6 months ago
Bruce Harrell...
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Mayoral candidate Bruce Harrell: ‘Disappointed in a city that I love’

Bruce Harrell, candidate for Mayor of Seattle and former city council president, discusses his campaign with Gee and Ursula.
6 months ago

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