State lawmakers avoid a government shutdown with a last-minute budget deal that adds billions to public education. Is it good enough for the state Supreme Court?
The Ballard Locks turn 100. We'll take up the good and the bad of a project that transformed Seattle.
Americans shot fireworks, and North Korea launched an intercontinental ballistic missile. Some experts say it could hit Alaska -- could it ever hit us?
And a Seattle driver beats a speeding ticket by convincing a judge that a traffic sign is too wordy.
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Get caught up on this week's news:
- Northwest News Network: 10 things you should know about the Washington state budget
- Seattle Magazine: How the Ballard Locks changed Seattle forever
- Seattle Times: North Korea vows more 'gift packages' of missile tests for U.S.
Our panel this week:
Bill Radke @KUOWRadke, host
Knute Berger @knuteberger, columnist for Crosscut and Seattle Magazine.
Sydney Brownstone @sydbrownstone, reporter at The Stranger
Chris Vance @chrisvance123, former Washington State Republican Party chair