Related Program: The Record This woman wants to become a tree when she dies By Bill Radke & Matt Martin • Nov 2, 2016 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Katrina Spade of the Urban Death Project. Courtesy of Urban Death Project/Rania Spade Bill Radke speaks with Katrina Spade, founder and director of the Urban Death Project, about the system she designed to compost human remains. She plans to test the system at Washington State University soon. Listen Listening... / 11:18 Tags: deathrecyclingWashington State UniversityTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Would you compost your body? | terrestrial By Ashley Ahearn • May 16, 2017 KUOW Photo/Ashley Ahearn I was about 12 years old when my great aunt Gilda died. Listen Listening... / 16:44 Why are there so many rats in Seattle? By Ashley Ahearn • Oct 18, 2016 Flickr Photo/Javacolleen (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) Listen Listening... / 7:00 Seattle has a rat problem. Rat sightings in Seattle are double the national average. Population growth is part of the problem; so is the weather. That’s meant good business for Adam Truitt, owner of Pest Fighter. Tacoma's 'drunk teacher' watched her shame go viral. Then she killed herself By Bill Radke & Posey Gruener • Oct 19, 2016 Kathy Plonka - email@example.com / Tacoma News Tribune Listen Listening... / 10:31 Bill Radke speaks with Tacoma News Tribune columnist Matt Driscoll about the sad story of Tacoma kindergarten teacher Klara Bowman, who became infamous as 'Drunk Teacher.' Pike Place Market is haunted by children By Emily Fox • Oct 31, 2016 Seattle Municipal Archives Pike Place is haunted by the ghosts of children. Mercedes Carrabba is a second generation vendor at Pike Place. She says the nine acre Pike Place district “is the most haunted location in the city, if not possibly the state.” Listen Listening... / 5:02 No, you don't need a stamp for your ballot By Isolde Raftery & Abraham Epton • Oct 26, 2016 KUOW Let’s repeat that, in case you skimmed over the headline: Your ballot will be counted even if you DO NOT affix a stamp to the envelope.