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Soul of CD: First A.M.E. | IN Close
Reverend Carey Anderson talks about the new challenges faced by the First A.M.E.
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Soul of CD: 23rd & Jackson | IN Close
A Central District Starbucks becomes a place of connection for African refugees.
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Soul of CD: Africatown | IN Close
A look into the Central District community of Africatown and its recent developments.
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Soul of CD: Powell Barnett Park | IN Close
Longtime residents describe the recent changes in their Central District neighborhood.
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The High Cost of the Death Penalty | IN Close
Producer Terry Murphy explores the true cost of the death penalty.
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Surviving on Minimum Wage | IN Close
IN Close looks at what it takes to stretch minimum wage to a living wage in Seattle.
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Tech Gender Gap | IN Close
Seattle is a U.S. tech capitol, yet it has one of the widest gender gaps in the country.
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The Grass Ceiling | IN Close
Women coaches face many pressures trying to break through the grass ceiling.
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Cancer Stories: When Music Heals | IN Close
The use of music for the purpose of therapy has been in practice for a long time.
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Highline Intervention | IN Close
A look at Highline School District's implementation of “in-school discipline."
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Food Safety Warrior | IN Close
Bill Marler works as an advocate for victims of contaminated food.
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Fat Bears | IN Close
A new study involving fat bears may yield insights into therapies for human obesity.
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Getting High on Energy Costs | IN Close
How will indoor Marijuana plants impact energy demands in our region?
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Bertha and Beyond | IN Close
Experts weigh in on the possible outcomes of the Route 99 Tunnel project.
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Five Driving Do's and Don'ts | IN Close
There are five things every driver can do (or avoid doing) that help improve traffic flow.
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Beyond Ferguson: Roundtable Discussion | IN Close
Deborah Wang sits down with Seattle leaders to discuss police brutality.
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Yoga Behind Bars | IN Close
A Seattle based non-profit brings the practice of yoga to incarcerated youth and adults.
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Facing Homelessness | IN Close
Rex Hohlbein is on a mission to change public perception of the homeless.
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Guardianships | IN Close
While many guardians are performing a great service, some are abusing their power.
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For Seattle, a Desire Named Streetcar | IN Close
Seattle city leaders are proposing an old fashioned way of getting around—streetcars.
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Seattle's Growing Pains | IN Close
A look at some of the challenges Seattle is facing because of rapid growth.
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Behind the Mask Behind the Logo | IN Close
A Kwakwaka’wakw artist shows us the mask that inspired the logo for the Seattle Seahawks.
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The Grand Experiment | IN Close
The question of whether the $15 an hour minimum wage is good or bad might be settled soon.
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The March to $15 | IN Close
In 2014, Seattle became the first city in the nation to enact a $15 an hour minimum wage.
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