Related Program: The Record Racist Place Names In Washington State Are About To Change By David Hyde & Bill Radke • Mar 31, 2016 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Pramila Jayapal Flickr Photo/Joe Mabel (CC BY SA 2.0)/https://flic.kr/p/zznt82 Listen Listening... / 8:27 Bill Radke speaks with state Sen. Pramila Jayapal about a state plan to proactively review all ethnically and racially offensive geographic names in Washington state. Tags: racegovernmentTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Call It Howard Lake: Park Service Reverses Stand On Racist Name By Gil Aegerter & David Hyde & Matt Martin • Oct 23, 2015 Courtesy of Mike Annee Listen Listening... / 5:24 David Hyde talks to state Sen. Pramila Jayapal about the National Park Service decision to recommend renaming a North Cascades lake after an African-American prospector. A lake in the North Cascades should be renamed Howard Lake after a black prospector, the National Park Service said Thursday afternoon in a reversal of its position. No First Graders Allowed: A Mukilteo School For Kindergartners Only By Ann Dornfeld • Mar 30, 2016 DLR Group/Courtesy of Mukilteo School District Listen Listening... / 4:11 Imagine a class of boisterous 5-year-olds. Now picture 24 of those classrooms all under the same roof. That’s Mukilteo School District’s plan for a huge, kindergarten-only school on the east side of town. It will be a haven for little learners. There will be heated floors, because kindergartners spend so much time on the ground. #Manintree Mom Heartbroken By Years Of Trying To Help Son By Bill Radke & Jason Pagano • Dec 29, 2016 Courtesy of Lisa Gossett Listen Listening... / 8:41 Lisa Gossett was home in Alaska when her sister called about a YouTube video. Gossett’s son had climbed an 80-foot sequoia tree in downtown Seattle, stayed there for 25 hours and inspired an international hashtag, #manintree. Why Seattle Cops And Social Workers Walk The Beat Together By Joshua McNichols • Mar 29, 2016 KUOW Photo/Joshua McNichols Listen Listening... / 3:55 It’s early in the morning, and Capitol Hill’s homeless men and women are just waking up. Tanja Warner is curled up in her sleeping bag, sheltered under the roof overhang behind a business. It’s illegal to sleep here, a form of trespassing.