Related Program: The Record Might As Well Get Used To That Crowded Light Rail Train By Bill Radke & Jason Pagano • Mar 24, 2016 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email On Saturday, March 19 light rail stations opened serving Capitol Hill and the University of Washington (pictured). KUOW Photo/Joshua McNichols Listen Listening... / 4:17 Bill Radke talks with Bruce Gray at Sound Transit about the agency's plan to run longer trains during rush hour to meet demand at the new Capitol Hill and Husky Stadium stops. Tags: transportationTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content The Story Behind Seattle's Obsession With Craftsman Homes By Marcie Sillman • Mar 20, 2016 KUOW Photo/Bond Huberman Listen Listening... / 6:46 Look around almost any Seattle neighborhood and you’ll see them: Modest one-story homes, with large, covered porches and eaves that shield wooden siding from the rain. They’re Craftsman-style bungalows, and you’ll find hundreds of them here, from Wallingford and Ravenna to Mount Baker and over the bridge in West Seattle. Bernie Or Hillary? This Quiz Will Help You Decide By Isolde Raftery & KUOW Staff & Jennifer Cecil Moore • Mar 21, 2016 KUOW Photo/Isolde Raftery Listen Listening... / 3:17 Jennifer Cecil Moore talks with undecideds at KUOW's Uncaucus event. How could Democrats be undecided at this point in the presidential race? How To Talk Beer In Washington State (If You're A Politician) By Isolde Raftery • Mar 24, 2016 Flickr Photo/Wonderlane (CC By 2.0) Listen Listening... / 4:03 Bill Radke talks with KUOW online editor Isolde Raftery about pairing politics with local beer favorites. If Larry Adams, a bartender at Blue Moon Tavern, were serving Bernie Sanders, he’d give him cider. A can of Schilling, because that’s what they have there. Hollow Columns Holding Up I-5, I-405 Bridges Could Implode In Major Quake By John Ryan • Mar 23, 2016 Listen Listening... / 6:21 Some of Washington state's busiest bridges have a surprising design feature deep inside their massive structures.