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Seattle City Hall
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Ross Reynolds asks former Seattle City Councilmember Nick Licata why the back cover of his book, “Becoming A Citizen Activist,” proclaims "you can fight city hall." Licata was in City Hall for 16 years.

People welcome Syrian refugees at the Toronto airport on Dec. 9, 2015.
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Bill Radke speaks with Stephen Quinn about the difficulties Vancouver is facing resettling refugees, the new symbol for the falling Canadian dollar, and prosecution costs from the 2011 Stanley Cup riot. Quinn is the host of CBC One radio show On the Coast and columnist for the Globe and Mail.

A drawing by a child in Professor Kristina Olson's study. Olson has found that transgender and non-trans girls have an equally deep sense of their gender identity.
Courtesy of Marlo Mack

When Kristina Olson, a psychology professor at the University of Washington, started looking into research on transgender children, she was surprised. It was thin at best.

Data from decades ago said that 80 percent of transgender kids revert to their born gender, but Olson was skeptical.

So she started the TransYouth Project to track transgender children to adulthood. The project has worked with 65 children across the U.S. and Canada – so far. Some are as young as 3.

The Record: Tuesday, Jan. 19, Full Show

Jan 19, 2016
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Today on The Record: The Catholic Church of Seattle has released the names of clergy and church workers accused of sexually abusing young people. We'll get reaction from someone who says as a child, she was abused by her priest. Also, should Seattle let people who have no other home park their RVs along the street? And what's wrong with you saying "the" Puget Sound?

Listen to the full show above, or check out the individual stories:

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Bill Radke talks with KUOW Olympia correspondent Austin Jenkins about the latest in the investigation just launched by Gov. Jay Inslee into how the state mistakenly released thousands of prisoners early for more than a decade. Some Republican state lawmakers say that's not enough: They want subpoena power. 

Bill Radke speaks with Harley Lever and Bill Kirlin-Hackett about homeless people living in RVs in Seattle. Lever is a Magnolia resident and founder of the group Safe Seattle, which wants to see RVs off neighborhood streets and solutions from the city. Kirlin-Hackett directs the interfaith task force on homelessness. 

Jeannie Yandel talks to Dona Ponepinto, president and CEO of United Way of Pierce County about a new study commissioned by United Way that found one in three Northwest households are living just above or below the poverty line. 

Puget Sound with the Olympic Mountains as a backdrop.
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When someone claiming to be a Seattleite tells you not to carry an umbrella, don’t listen. Umbrellas are practical, and they prevent you from getting wet. Carry an umbrella.

Michael J. Cody
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When the Seattle Archdiocese released names of 77 abusive clergy last week, many Catholics heralded a new era of transparency.

Bill Radke talks to JoNel Aleccia, Seattle Times health reporter, about the investigation into scopes used by doctors that were found to sometimes have a deadly infection on them. At Seattle's Virginia Mason Medical Center, 18 people died and at least 39 got sick due to contaminated medical scopes. 

A view from inside a Boeing factory.
Courtesy of Boeing

Bill Radke talks with Wall Street Journal aerospace reporter Jon Ostrower about surprising news this week from Boeing and its engineering union: They agree. They've announced a deal on a new contract that would give 20,000 engineers and technical workers a six-year contract extension. 

No More Tipping At Tom Douglas Restaurants

Jan 14, 2016
Chef Tom Douglas
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Bill Radke speaks with Seattle restaurateur Tom Douglas about his plan to replace tipping with a wage raise and 20 percent service charge. The change will take place at Dahlia Lounge, Palace Kitchen and The Carlile Room on Feb. 1.

A Reporter's Life In Burns, Oregon

Jan 14, 2016
Ammon Bundy, center, one of the sons of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, walks off after speaking with reporters during a news conference at Malheur National Wildlife Refuge headquarters Monday, Jan. 4, 2016, near Burns, Ore.
AP Photo/Rick Bowmer

Bill Radke spoke with KUOW's Anna King about what it's like being a reporter covering the occupation of the Malheur Refuge in Burns, Oregon. 

Food writer Hsiao-Ching Chou
Courtesy of Hsiao-Ching Chou

What’s the best Chinese restaurant in Seattle? Seattle food writer Hsiao-Ching Chou gets this question all the time.

She struggles to answer, she told KUOW’s David Hyde, because there isn’t one.

Crews working for Seattle Tunnel Partners watch as the SR 99 tunneling machine’s cutterhead rotates during testing on Dec. 16, 2015.
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Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has issued an emergency order to stop the tunneling work along Seattle's waterfront.

Contractors found a sinkhole 35 feet long and 15 feet deep near the tunneling machine known as Bertha Tuesday night, the latest of several problems facing the project.

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