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Seattle Educators To Stage One-Day Walkout

May 5, 2015
Hundreds of Washington state teachers and other supporters fill the steps of the Legislative Building as they cheer and hold signs Saturday, April 25, 2015 at a Washington Education Association rally at the Capitol in Olympia, Wash.
AP photo/Ted S. Warren

Marcie Sillman speaks with Jonathan Knapp, president of the Seattle Education Association about the union's vote to stage a one-day walkout on May 19. Sillman also speaks with Olympia correspondent Austin Jenkins about the impact strikes might have on the Legislature.

Marcie Sillman gets Nancy Pearl's opinion on "Dreamland: The True Tale of America's Opiate Epidemic," by journalist Sam Quinones. The book talks about the new generation of heroin addicts: they're young, white, relatively well-off, and they buy their fix the same way they order a pizza.

Heroin drugs seized by the Counter Narcotics Police of Afghanistan.
Flickr Photo/UK Ministry of Defence

Marcie Sillman talks to journalist Sam Quinones about his book "Dreamland: The True Tale of America's Opiate Epidemic." 

An Acousitic Doppler Current Profiler (four blue-red cyllinders with yellow housing) is installed at the base of Axial Seamount.
University of Washington/Interactive Oceans (CC-BY-NC-ND)

Ross Reynolds talks with University of Washington oceanographer John Delaney about Axial Seamount, the underwater volcano that just erupted off the Oregon coast.

"When the volcano erupts it releases a gigantic plume, just like any volcano, except that all that plume is caught within the ocean itself," Delaney said. 

Washington state capitol
Flickr Photo/Alan Cordova (CC-BY-NC-ND)

Marcie Sillman talks with KUOW Olympia correspondent Austin Jenkins about what's on the state's big to-do list for this year's special legislative session. 

The Shell Oil drilling rig Polar Pioneer arrived in Port Angeles weeks ago.
KUOW Photo/Gil Aegerter

The city of Seattle said Monday that a new permit is needed for Shell Oil's Arctic drilling fleet to dock at Terminal 5, a stance that could bring more conflict with the port.

Brandon Johnson and Graham Robinson (behind) share a victory shot after crossing their hopscotch finish line.
KUOW Photo/Hannah Burn

Today on The Record, we bring you a special "sound of the day" featuring the victorious defeat of a Guinness World Record for hopscotch by Brandon Johnson, a student at University of Puget Sound. Winding back and forth across multiple parking lots, the hopscotch course measured 3.78 miles long. 

A filming of the show "IN Close" last year. Due to recent changes, the show will switch from a 30 minute broadcast to shorter, online stories.
KUOW Photo/Bond Huberman

Ross Reynolds talks with KCTS president and CEO Rob Dunlop about the Seattle PBS affiliate's plan to cut its TV production staff and focus on telling stories online.

Microsoft Windows 10
Flickr Photo/Miguel Angel Aranda

Marcie Sillman talks with Geekwire's Todd Bishop about Microsoft's pitch to get software developers on board with Windows 10.

A scene from a simulation by the Washington State Department of Transportation of what could happen if a massive earthquake hits the Alaskan Way Viaduct.
YouTube/WSDOT

Most of us in Seattle aren't ready for The Big One.

Eric Holdeman, former director of the King County Office of Emergency Management, said we shouldn’t expect outsiders to swoop in and save us when a long-anticipated massive earthquake hits (and it will hit, we just don’t know when).

Courtesy of Ayan Jama

The sun was peeking through the clouds on Saturday, April 25  at Victor Steinbreuck Park in downtown Seattle, where a crowd gathered to celebrate the first ever Islamophobia Awareness Day.

The event was created by a group of Muslim girls from Rainier Beach High School. 

File photo of students playing basketball.
Flickr Photo/Nick Hubbard (CC-BY-NC-ND)

Ross Reynolds speaks with Dr. Jonathan Drezner, director of the University of Washington Medicine Center for Sports Cardiology, about sudden cardiac arrest and a new law to help protect Washington's student athletes.

EarthFix Photo/Katie Campbell

Ross Reynolds talks with King County Executive Dow Constantine about his concerns about coal and what he wants the state to do about it.

Mount Rainier seen from the town of Orting, Washington.
Flickr Photo/Neil Hodges (CC-BY-NC-ND)

Jeannie Yandel talks with Washington Post reporter Eli Saslow about his coverage of the small town of Orting, Washington and what happened after they hired their first black police officer. Hint: it went terribly.

Editor's note: This story contains some offensive language.

China flag
Flickr Photo/Graig Nagy (CC-BY-NC-ND)

Marcie Sillman talks with James Bradley, author of "The China Mirage," about our perceptions of China.

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