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Michael Brown, Tamir Rice, Laquan McDonald, Walter Scott. 

"These are all shootings that could've been prevented," said Norm Stamper, former chief of the Seattle Police Department.
 

Bill Radke talks with comedian Jessi Klein about her memoir, "You'll Grow Out Of It," and why we love tomboys but don't quite know what to do with tom-men.

The Record: Monday, July 11th, Full Show

Jul 11, 2016
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Coming out of last week's killings by police and of police we give you some ideas of things  you can do about violence and injustice.

Also, a Seattle biotech company suffered a major blow when three people died in a clinical trial and the FDA stopped the trial. How big a setback is this for Juno Therapeutics and the treatment of cancer? 

And finally, comedian Jessi Klein will tell you why we love tomboys but not tommen.

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Bill Radke speaks with Luke Timmerman about what went wrong during Seattle-based Juno Therapeutics' clinical trial of an immunotherapy treatment for leukemia and what it might mean for the company.

Todd Bishop uses Amazon Dash to keep on top of his young son's Play-Doh needs.
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Bill Radke speaks with Geekwire's Todd Bishop about Nintendo's surprise success in Pokemon Go and Amazon Dash's foray into toys. 

A pavement park at the corner of University and Boylston offers a colorful area, but not green space.
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Bill Radke speaks with Adiel Kaplan about her article for Investigate West about green space in the city and the future of public parks in Seattle. 

The Record: Thursday, July 7, full show

Jul 7, 2016
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Got a parking ticket in Seattle? Don't feel like contesting it but you also don't want to pay it? Now you have help from a lawyer bot. We'll explain.

Also, more police shootings of African American men have us thinking about the difference between a warrior officer and a guardian officer.

And Mount Rainier finishes 9th in an online vote to see which national parks should get grant money, so not all the prize money is going to Yosemite and Yellowstone.

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Dallas police detain a driver after several police officers were shot in downtown Dallas, Thursday, July 7, 2016. Snipers apparently shot police officers during protests and some of the officers are dead, the city's police chief said in a statement.
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Bill Radke speaks with civil rights lawyer Connie Rice about how she helped transform the culture of policing from a warrior model to a guardian model at the LAPD, and why she believes such changes are possible elsewhere.

DoNotPay, the service helping folks get out of parking tickets, is coming soon to Seattle.
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Bill Radke speaks to Stanford student Joshua Browder about his service DoNotPay that helps people get parking tickets dismissed with the help from a "lawyerbot."

DoNotPay is available in London and New York City, and it will be coming to Seattle in September. 

Mount Rainier, or Tahoma, Tacobet, Ti'Swaq or Pooskaus.
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Bill Radke speaks with executive director of Washington's National Parks Fund Laurie Ward about Mount Rainier National Park winning ninth place in an online competition for grant money. The park won $42,000 to restore a cabin to house search and rescue volunteers. 

Independent radio producer Brie Ripley.
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Bill Radke asks independent radio producer and millennial Brie Ripley for help deciphering a slang-heavy invite from a Microsoft recruiter calling interns 'bae" for an event involving 'hella noms' and 'getting lit on a Monday night'. 

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What will Trump do to the Republican party, especially in Washington state?

Also, a formerly homeless Seattle man with a drug addiction will tell you why it took a four-year-old girl to turn him around.

And the Seattle actress who Kurt Cobain said would have her revenge is the subject of an art exhibit that you might want to see.

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Bill Radke speaks with Stephen Quinn, host of CBC Radio's afternoon show, On the Coast, about a recent ruling  that allows the provincial government to shut down a tent camp in Victoria, B.C.

Bill Radke talks with KUOW health reporter Ruby de Luna about Seattle's new mobile clinic that will provide homeless people around the city with basic medical and mental health care, free of charge.

Artist Amanda Manitach
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Bill Radke speaks with Stranger art critic Jen Graves about why listeners should go see Amanda Manitach's exhibition, "Nothing Left To Say." The show opens Thursday, July 7 and runs until July 30 at Roq La Rue

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