Related Program: The Record Why are Seattle trees dying? By Kate Walters & Bill Radke • Aug 8, 2016 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email The Japanese Garden in the Washington Park Arboretum, Seattle. Flickr Photo/GD Taber (CC BY NC ND 2.0)/https://flic.kr/p/8s5xjo Listen Listening... / 6:41 Bill Radke speaks with Seattle Times environment reporter Lynda Mapes about Seattle trees, why they're dying and what that tells us about the state of the environment. Tags: environmentTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content What's the right way to go around Green Lake? By Isolde Raftery • Jul 31, 2016 KUOW Photo/Isolde Raftery “What’s the right way to go around Green Lake?” Isaac Chirino of Shoreline asked KUOW’s Local Wonder. Boy, people REALLY care about this one. People like Carolyn Frost. Listen Listening... / 5:13 Should nurses be allowed to work like doctors at the VA? By Patricia Murphy • Aug 4, 2016 Association of Veterans Affairs Nurse Anesthetists Nurses may soon do work doctors normally do at the Department of Veterans Affairs. This includes nurses performing work that anesthesiologists have been doing – and that has some physicians irate. Listen Listening... / 3:31 The Space Needle is getting remodeled! (Sadly, not like this) By KUOW Staff • Aug 5, 2016 British Airways i360 The Space Needle is getting a makeover – the biggest one since its grand opening in 1962. We were PUMPED when we heard the news. Listen Listening... / 0:49 Angela Nguyen reports on planned changes for the Space Needle, a Seattle landmark. A Seattle-area gun owner asks: Do we really need these weapons? By Isolde Raftery, Bill Radke & Kate Walters • Aug 10, 2016 Wikimedia Commons The day after the Orlando nightclub shooting, Tami Michaels, a Seattle talk show host, took to Facebook. Listen Listening... / 10:07 Bill Radke talks to Tami Michaels about her views on guns and the reaction she has been getting from her community.