Related Program: The Record Seattle is losing companies to Silicon Valley, but is that a bad thing? By Bill Radke • Jun 27, 2016 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Todd Bishop and KUOW's Bill Radke in the KUOW studios. KUOW Photo/Bond Huberman Listen Listening... / 5:27 Bill Radke talks to Todd Bishop about why some tech companies are leaving Seattle for Silicon Valley. Tags: businesstechnologyTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content On the streets. With a newborn. And trying to graduate high school By Ann Dornfeld • Jun 21, 2016 At Interagency Academy in South Seattle, Principal Kaaren Andrews recruits students who've dropped out of school or are at risk of not graduating. She gives them another chance. Interagency graduation is June 22. Here are two graduating seniors' stories, in their own words. Listen Listening... / 5:54 What you do when your husband of 20 years says, 'I'm a woman' By Kate Walters • Jun 24, 2016 KUOW Photo/Kara McDermott Scottie Madden made one hell of a guy. Tough, outdoorsy, a dedicated son, big brother and husband. He led a reality TV crew that took a former Navy SEAL, a Green Beret, and an RAF instructor into some of the harshest environments on earth. But there was a problem. Scottie Madden may have been born a boy, but he felt he was supposed to be a woman. Listen Listening... / 11:09 If these walls could talk, the stories they would tell By Amina Al-Sadi, Ruby de Luna, Liz Jones, Isolde Raftery & Kate Walters • Jun 26, 2016 Courtesy of Ronni Tartlet If this house could talk, what stories would it tell? About the Irish-American couple that first owned it? And the Japanese family sent to an internment camp? Or the anarchists that played drums during the WTO protests? Listen Listening... / 26:51 Your house has secrets. Here's how to find them By Isolde Raftery • Jun 26, 2016 KUOW Photo/Amina Al-Sadi First, an admission. We were clueless when we started researching the house at 1643 South King Street in Seattle's International District.