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A smart, daily podcast for a curious city. Seattle Now brings you quick, informal, and hyper-local news updates every weekday.
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Running Start expands in WA, Boeing wants to buy Spirit AeroSystems, and we go inside Emerald City Comicon. It’s our daily roundup of top stories from the KUOW newsroom, with host Paige Browning.
This week… There was city council drama in both Seattle and Burien, both involving the region’s homeless population. Washingtonians have a tough pill to swallow as pharmacies in the state are closing at an alarming rate, leaving a hole in neighborhood ecosystems. And the new Mariners uniforms might draw more people to the games, for all the wrong reasons. Seattle Now Afternoon Host Paige Browning and KUOW Reporter Casey Martin are here to break down the week.
WA to get a hate crime hotline, Tukwila schools face a fiscal crisis, and we remember Seattle scientist Estella Leopold. It’s our daily roundup of top stories from the KUOW newsroom, with host Paige Browning.
It’s the end of February: The last day of Black History Month, and the start of the Mariners Spring Training season. Seattle Now Sports Correspondent Vaughan Jones is here to tell a story that combines both baseball and Seattle’s Black history, the story of the Seattle Steelheads, a short-lived Negro League baseball team.
FAA gives Boeing 90 days to address safety issues, stripper's bill of rights passes, and lawmakers debate loosening rules on police pursuits. It’s our daily roundup of top stories from the KUOW newsroom, with host Paige Browning.
Cyber attacks on healthcare organizations are getting much more common. In the past three months at least 13 healthcare providers with patients in Washington were hit by data breaches. It all comes down to how connected our medical records are to the internet. Seattle Times Health Reporter Elise Takahama dug into why these attacks are becoming more common and how people can protect themselves.
Expedia announces layoffs, King County pledges $1 million to help asylum seekers, and WA's snowpack is the worst in the West. It’s our daily roundup of top stories from the KUOW newsroom, with host Paige Browning.
Kroger and Albertsons say they’ll fight the federal government's lawsuit to stop their proposed $24 billion merger. In filing the suit, the Federal Trade Commission says the deal would be bad for competition and consumers. The Grocery Workers Union agrees. Seattle Times Reporter Paul Roberts explains what this latest move could mean.
Monday Evening Headlines

Monday Evening Headlines

2024-02-2713:571

Feds sue to block Kroger-Albertsons merger, bill to limit rent increases dies in Olympia, and it's about to get real cold in Seattle again. It’s our daily roundup of top stories from the KUOW newsroom, with host Paige Browning.
Lawmakers in Olympia are considering a bill that would improve working conditions for strippers. Activists are planning a rally at the statehouse today KUOW’s labor and economy reporter Monica Nickelsburg explains.
Friday Evening Headlines

Friday Evening Headlines

2024-02-2411:461

Micro-apartments poised to become legal in WA, bipartisan group calls for an opioid state of emergency, and NW tribal leaders sign a historic agreement to protect salmon. It’s our daily roundup of top stories from the KUOW newsroom, with host Paige Browning.
This week… Mayor Bruce Harrell gave his State of the City address. A cougar attack in northern Washington reminds us it’s always important to be prepared. And Boeing and Alaska have a long road ahead to rebuild trust with customers. Could an executive shuffle and a branded beer help? Seattle Times Food Writer Tan Vinh and Author Jodi-Ann Burey are here to break down the week.
Lawmakers want to make it harder to ban books, grocery workers get new protections, and a quest for the best bagels in Seattle. It’s our daily roundup of top stories from the KUOW newsroom, with host Paige Browning.
It’s no secret that Seattle is an expensive place to live. A big part of the problem is high rent costs. In the past few years, local housing activists have pushed the idea of a rent cap. One version is getting a hearing in Olympia today on its way to potentially becoming state law. Mike Wilkerson, an urban economist and thedirector of analytics at ECOnorthwest, breaks down the different kinds of rent caps and where the proposed law would fit in.
SPD officer who struck and killed a pedestrian won't be charged, WA lawmakers want to criminalize fertility fraud, and reservations open to enter Mount Rainier National Park. It’s our daily roundup of top stories from the KUOW newsroom, with host Paige Browning.
Washington state isn’t the biggest player when it comes to electoral votes during presidential races. Still the primary election is coming up on March 12, and Republican voters are weighing former President Donald Trump and former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley KUOW’s David Hyde spoke with some local Republican families to get insights into their priorities for 2024.
Mayor Harrell touts progress on homelessness, Gov. Inslee wants more money for ferries, and local cyclists are attacked by a cougar. It’s our daily roundup of top stories from the KUOW newsroom, with host Paige Browning.
November’s general election is still a long way off, but deepfakes generated by AI are already entering the conversation. And we’re not just talking about a robocall from a fake President Joe Biden, which actually happened during New Hampshire’s primary last month. Local and state elections here in Washington could be targeted, too. Seattle Now producer Clare McGrane will explain where deepfakes are showing up, and how to identify them.
Exciting news Seattle Now listeners! Coming soon: two episodes of Seattle Now each day. First, wake up with Trish for an in-depth conversation about the important news of the day in about 15 minutes, and of course, our Casual Friday round-up of the biggest news of the week. And starting next week, Paige will bring you a Seattle Now episode in the evening that has the biggest headlines of the day, and some of the best work from our KUOW newsroom. Listen to Paige and Trish talk more about these big changes.
Homelessness, and especially people living outside is a growing problem across the country. Seattle and other expensive cities feel the brunt of that rise, but the crisis is showing up in smaller, suburban cities too. Seattle Times reporter Anna Patrick explains how one King County city’s experience details how things can cycle, and how we might be able to make change.
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