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OAR Northwest - May 22
Northwest Now takes a lesson in ocean rowing from OAR Northwest.
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Real Estate 2015 - May 15
Western Washington is now one of the nation's hottest markets.
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Protecting Puget Sound - May 8
Saving Puget Sound from pollution and acidification.
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Oil Trains - April 24
Fossil fuels rolling through our region.
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Earth Day 2015 - April 17
Earth Day co-founder Denis Hayes.
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US Open Impact - April 10
The economic impact of the US Open at Chambers Bay.
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Senator Patty Murray - April 3
Speaking about the budget, the deficit, and veterans.
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Charter Schools - March 27
Charter schools and the relationship with traditional public education.
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2015 US Open - March 20
USGA officials and their vision for the US Open at Chambers Bay.
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Open Government 2015 - March 13
Your right to public records.
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WSDOT Secretary - Feb. 27
Lynn Peterson talks traffic and planning.
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Jay Inslee - Feb. 20, 2015
The budget, transportation, education and more.
S6 Ep621 | 25m 40s
Black History Month - Feb. 13
A generational look at the struggle for civil rights.
Guardianship - Jan. 30
The pitfalls of legal guardianship in Washington State.
S6 Ep619 | 25m 40s
JBLM Cuts - Jan. 23
A proposed cut removes 11,000 soldiers from JBLM.
S6 Ep618 | 25m 40s
Net Neutrality - Jan 16
is all traffic equal? That's what is a stake in the battle over your internet service.
S6 Ep617 | 25m 40s
Immigration - Jan. 9
What does President Obama's executive order mean to immigrants living in the Northwest?
S6 Ep616 | 25m 40s
Tacoma Sick Leave - Jan. 2
Should government require private businesses to provide paid sick leave?
S6 Ep615 | 25m 40s
The Anarchists of Home - Dec. 12
A small town unlike any other in Western Washington.
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Standing down - Dec. 5
Veterans work to make a successful return to private industry.
S6 Ep612 | 25m 40s
American Graduate - Nov. 28
KBTC convenes local organizations and educators on American Graduate Day.
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Traffic Emergency - Nov. 21
Puget Sound traffic is a mess.
S6 Ep610 | 25m 40s
Tacoma Art Museum - Nov. 14
The new "Go West" exhibit at the Haub Family Gallery.
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Coal Trains - Nov. 7
As coal demand increases in Asia, so do the shipments.
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