Related Program: The Record Seattle Sports Review With Luke Burbank By Bill Radke & Matt Martin • Dec 28, 2015 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Seattle Seahawks play at the Baltimor Ravens on Dec. 13, 2015. Flickr Photo/Keith Allinson (CC BY SA 2.0)/http://bit.ly/1QX5yHL Listen Listening... / 6:27 Bill Radke speaks with Luke Burbank about the Seahawks' playoff prospects and the deaths of sport legends Meadowlark Lemon and Dave Henderson. Tags: lifesportsSeattle SeahawksTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Curious White People: Please Stop Touching Our Hair By Bill Radke & Amina Al-Sadi • Dec 28, 2015 Courtesy of Melanie McFarland Listen Listening... / 8:06 You’re waiting for the bus when a stranger gently touches your hair. That’s what happened to Seattle TV writer Melanie McFarland. It was 1996 in Portland. She was on her way to work when she felt tiny fingers running through her long braids. King County Won't Meet Goal To End Veteran Homelessness By Patricia Murphy • Dec 28, 2015 KUOW Photo/Patricia Murphy Listen Listening... / 4:48 At 6 a.m. in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood, a damp fog hangs in the air. Green Army surplus sleeping bags, backpacks and boots cover the floor in a large room at Seattle Central College. Volunteers will soon give them to homeless veterans to help them live on the streets. The give-away became necessary because Seattle didn’t reach a national goal to end veteran homelessness in 2015. Should Washingtonians Pay For Every Mile They Drive? By Kate Walters & Bill Radke • Dec 25, 2015 Flickr Photo/Oran Viriyincy (CC-BY-NC-ND)/http://bit.ly/1irsJLd Listen Listening... / 5:04 You drive from Seattle, over the Cascades, through Yakima, then down into eastern Oregon. And the government knows where you are all along the way. Privacy is just one concern with a proposal for a pay-by-mile system to fund roadwork, said Mark Hallenbeck, director of the Washington State Transportation Center at the University of Washington. Why Is There So Much Prostitution On Aurora Avenue In Seattle? By Posey Gruener • Dec 20, 2015 KUOW Photo/Mike Kane Listen Listening... / 8:38 Why is there so much prostitution on Aurora Avenue in North Seattle? Beth Quintana, who lives in North Seattle near Aurora, asked KUOW’s Local Wonder project, so we sent reporter Posey Gruener to find out.