Related Program: The Record How Making Movies In Washington Can Boost The State's Economy By Marcie Sillman & Andy Hurst • Feb 26, 2015 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email File photo. Flickr Photo/StudioTempura (CC-BY-NC-ND)/https://flic.kr/p/64xwT6 Listen Listening... / 6:08 Marcie Sillman talks with Washington Filmworks executive director Amy Lillard about a legislative proposal that would increase the amount of tax incentives for film productions in Washington state. Tags: filmgovernmentartsWashington State LegislatureTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content ‘Wild’ Means More Hikers On The PCT, And More Poop By Ross Reynolds & Hannah Burn • Feb 19, 2015 Flickr Photo/Dan Hurt (CC-BY-NC-ND) Listen Listening... / 6:06 Ross Reynolds talks with Jack Haskel, Pacific Crest Trail Association's Trail Information Specialist, about the impact that the book and recent movie, "Wild," is having on the PCT. New Visa Rule For Foreign Tech Couples Helps Some, Not All By Liz Jones • Feb 25, 2015 KUOW Photo/Harsha Vadlamani Listen Listening... / 2:02 Washington is one of the top states that brings in high-skilled foreign workers, filling thousands of jobs every year. This week, those workers got some long-awaited news from the federal government: A blanket rule that barred their spouses from working will soon be lifted. Truckers Cautious, And Some Optimistic, As Port Gets Back to Work By Carolyn Adolph • Feb 25, 2015 Flickr Photo/Bari Bookout Listen Listening... / 2:10 Now that there’s an agreement in the West Coast ports dispute, ship containers are being processed at the ports of Seattle and Tacoma. But the congestion on port lands won’t clear until truckers get in to move the containers. And that is the question now: How soon can the region’s truckers move them, and what will stand in their way. Behind The Scenes, Seattle Officials Battle Over Zoo Elephants' Future By Deborah Wang • Feb 25, 2015 KUOW Photo/Deborah Wang Listen Listening... / 5:31 As the Woodland Park Zoo searches for a new home for its two Asian elephants, newly obtained public documents reveal an extensive behind-the-scenes campaign by city officials to pressure the zoo to send the elephants to a sanctuary.