Related Program: The Record Seattle Chef Tom Douglas To City Council: Tips Should Count Towards Minimum Wage By David Hyde • May 6, 2014 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Chef and restaurant owner Tom Douglas. Flickr Photo/Ronald Woan (CC-BY-NC-ND) Listen Listening... / 4:47 David Hyde speaks with Seattle chef and restaurant owner Tom Douglas about a proposed hike to the minimum wage in the city. Tags: minimum wagegovernmentbusinesslaborTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Seattle Mayor's Minimum Wage Proposal On Its Way To The City Council By David Hyde & Cameron Drews • May 2, 2014 Flickr Photo/Sally Clark Listen Listening... / 6:46 David Hyde talks to Seattle City Councilmember Sally Clark about what happens next with the minimum wage proposal released by Mayor Ed Murray’s Income Inequality Advisory Committee Thursday. Mayor Murray: $18.13 Minimum Wage By 2025 By Kara McDermott • May 2, 2014 AP Photo/Elaine Thompson Listen Listening... / 7:02 Bill Radke discusses Mayor Ed Murray's minimum wage proposal with news analyst Joni Balter. Seattle’s minimum wage could increase to $18.13 an hour within the next decade, according to Mayor Ed Murray's office. Speaking at Town Hall on Thursday, Murray said that large businesses would have to pay their employees $15 an hour in three years. Behind The Scenes Of The Northwest Dairy Boom By Marcie Sillman & Posey Gruener • May 5, 2014 N3 Photo/Anna King Listen Listening... / 8:29 Marcie Sillman speaks with Anna King, Richland correspondent for the Northwest News Network, about the story behind her recent report, "High Milk, Beef Prices Spur A Northwest Cattle Rush." Landslide Risk Could Be Noted On King County Property Titles By Carolyn Adolph • May 6, 2014 King County Listen Listening... / 1:10 King County is seeking federal funding for an updated map of landslide hazards, and is considering the possibility of using this map to provide the public information about buildings at risk.