Related Program: The Record Should Seattle allow camping on public land? By Bill Radke & Matt Martin • Oct 12, 2016 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Listen Listening... / 16:46 Bill Radke speaks with City Councilmembers Tim Burgess and Mike O'Brien about proposed legislation that could allow camping on public lands within the city. Tags: governmentSeattle City CouncilhomelessTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content They lost their son and daughter to murder-suicide. Now they’re pushing for gun control By Amy Radil • Oct 7, 2016 James Balcerak was 23. He had autism and seemed to have lost hope of achieving the life he wanted. In an argument, he made it clear he was thinking of suicide. Listen Listening... / 5:44 Friends of man shot in Jungle don't buy police account By Joshua McNichols • Oct 11, 2016 KUOW Photo/Joshua McNichols The man a police officer shot Tuesday during the big sweep of Seattle's Jungle homeless camp has died. Campers who knew him say the police account doesn't ring true. Listen Listening... / 1:59 In a tiny Beacon Hill studio, American problems meet African beats By Marcie Sillman • Oct 12, 2016 YouTube Seattle musician Yirim Seck straddles two cultures. It’s been a tricky balancing act. Seck’s father is Senegalese; his mother is from Arkansas. They met and fell in love in New York, then moved to Seattle. Listen Listening... / 2:58 Seattle's priciest cars by neighborhood and the Subaru myth By Kara McDermott • Oct 10, 2016 Flickr Photo/ericnvntr (CC BY 2.0) http://bit.ly/2dla8Pz The most expensive car in Seattle is a $653,000 Enzo Ferrari (2003). It is registered to someone who lives somewhere downtown. It ties with an Enzo Ferrari in tony Medina for most expensive car in King County, followed by a Ferrari F40 in Bellevue that cost $643,000.