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Ross Reynolds interviews former King County prosecutor Christopher Bayley about his new book, “Seattle Justice: The Rise and Fall of the Police Payoff System in Seattle." 

Beer taps at Elysian Brewing Company.
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David Hyde sits down with Dick Cantwell, co-founder and former head brewer of Elysian Brewing Company, to discuss what the merger of the two biggest beer companies, Anheuser Busch InBev and SABMiller, means for the craft beer industry.

Deborah Zech Artis, left, and Sally Bagshaw drove off in a car2go together. Bagshaw was driving Zech Artis to her car up the street.
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The candidates in District 7 are both dog people.

Sally Bagshaw, the incumbent, used to have golden retrievers. Deborah Zech Artis has a blind bichon frise named Thomas Jefferson.

Justin Trudeau.
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David Hyde speaks with Vaughn Palmer, columnist for the Vancouver Sun, about Canada's newly elected Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau.

A mural on Jackson Street in Seattle.
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David Hyde speaks with Vivian Phillips, director of marketing and communication for the Seattle Theatre Group, about her thoughts on saving the African-American identity of the Central District by making it Seattle's next arts and culture district. 

An artist's depiction of what Bus Rapid Transit could look like on Madison Street.
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David Hyde talks with Joni Balter and C.R. Douglas about Proposition 1, the $930 million transportation levy, more commonly called Move Seattle. Balter is host of Civic Cocktail on The Seattle Channel and Douglas is political analyst for Q13 Fox. 

In this Sept. 10, 2014 file photo, detained immigrant children line up in the cafeteria at the Karnes County Residential Center in Texas. About 70 children from the border have been placed with foster families in Washington state.
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Expansion plans are underway for an immigration program linked to Microsoft, but it's something that has nothing to do with computers or technology.

It’s a non-profit called KIND, or Kids In Need of Defense, and it provides free attorneys to immigrant children who face deportation.

Seattle City Council position 9 candidates Lorena Gonzalez and Bill Bradburd.
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That was the feeling inside the tiny booth off the studio during a recent Seattle City Council candidate debate.

Garfield High School in Seattle.
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Jeannie Yandel talks to KUOW education reporter Ann Dornfeld about why the Seattle Public School District is considering changes to when the school day starts for the high schools.

Justin Trudeau.
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Jeannie Yandel speaks with Vaughn Palmer, columnist for the Vancouver Sun, about the results of Canada's federal election. Justin Trudeau led the Liberal Party to a majority government win on Monday.

A traffic camera on Mercer Street
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Ross Reynolds weighs the costs and benefits of the Move Seattle levy with Eugene Wasserman, of Keep Seattle Affordable: No on Prop 1, and Shefali Ranganathan with Transportation Choices Coalition. City leaders are asking Seattle voters to approve the nine-year, $930 million property tax for transportation projects they say will make it safer and easier to get around.

2005 Gay Pride Parade in Seattle.
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Jeannie Yandel speaks with Karen Fredriksen-Goldsen, lead author of a study which shows older LGBTQ adults in King County are more at risk of poor health and mental distress than other seniors in the county. 

Nancy Pearl
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Marcie Sillman gets a historically-inspired mystery novel suggestion from book maven Nancy Pearl. "Tabula Rasa," by Ruth Downie, is the latest in a series based on the history of the Romans in the British Isles.

A blighted house on Northeast 65th in Seattle in the Roosevelt neighborhood.
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Kim Malcolm speaks with Seattle City Council member Nick Licata about why he co-sponsored a measure to protect renters from slumlords. 

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David Hyde speaks with Northwest News Network reporter Anna King about what kind of season Washington's wine industry saw this year.