Amina Al-Sadi

Producer, The Record

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Kathryn Schulz’s New Yorker article about Northwest earthquakes sent shockwaves through the Seattle area last week.

It described the damage a 9.0 magnitude quake offshore in the Cascadia subduction zone and resulting tsunami would do across a broad swath of the West Coast. The piece in the New Yorker itself was titled "The Really Big One," but a scarier headline appeared on social media: “The Earthquake That Will Devastate Seattle.”

Hannah Webb, a resident of Seattle's Tent City 3 in Feb. 2015 on the campus of Seattle Pacific University
KUOW Photo/Joshua McNichols

Ross Reynolds talks to Matt Driscoll, columnist for The News Tribune, about why there are no tent cities in Tacoma to serve their homeless population. 

An earthquake in 1949 collapsed ancillary structure to commercial building in Seattle.
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Kim Malcolm talks to Seattle Times reporter Sandi Doughton about what to expect and how to prepare for when a big earthquake shakes the Northwest.

Jeannie Yandel talks to Jack Stripling, a reporter for the Chronicle of Higher Education, about the University of Washington's search for a new president.

Seattle Seahawks' Derrick Coleman speaks with members of the media about how he can read lips, before an NFL football practice Thursday, Jan. 16, 2014, in Renton, Wash.
AP Photo/Elaine Thompson

Marcie Sillman talks to Seattle Seahawk fullback Derrick Coleman about his new book "No Excuses" and what it was like learning to play football with a hearing impairment. 

A view from the Big 4 ice caves in Washington from December 2014. Last weekend, warm weather caused a collapsed that killed one hiker and injured five others.
Flickr Photo/Michael Matti (CC BY NC ND 2.0)

Kim Malcolm talks to Doug Clark, associate professor of geology at Western Washington University, about the different types of ice caves, how they are formed and their risks.

crab Puget Sound
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David Hyde talks Puget Sound crabbing with Landgon Cook on the first day of the season.  

Lessons From The Kennewick Man

Jun 24, 2015

Kim Malcolm talks with anthropologist John Hawks about what we can learn about Northwest history from the Kennewick Man.

The production line at a Boeing facility.
Courtesy/Boeing Company

Ross Reynolds talks to Jon Ostrower, aerospace reporter for the Wall Street Journal, about the challenges facing Boeing's new CEO, Dennis Muilenburg. 

Kathy Nyland, director of Seattle's Department of Neighborhoods.
Courtesy of Seattle.gov

Marcie Sillman talks to Kathy Nyland, the new director of the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, about how she went from advocating for the Georgetown neighborhood to a job with the city. 

A virus is being blamed for killing millions of West Coast sea stars, but it's unclear why the disease is hitting so hard.
Katie Campbell

A couple of years ago, divers in Puget Sound began to notice something odd: Starfish were disappearing.

The sea creatures would get sores and then melt into piles of mush. Sea star wasting syndrome is a gruesome disease and it spread to starfish all along the West Coast. Scientists still don't know a lot about it.

Marcie Sillman talks to Northwest News Network reporter Jessica Robinson about the resignation of Rachel Dolezal, president of the Spokane chapter of the NAACP.

Team Elsie Piddock sails up Nichols Passage south of Ketchikan on the way to winning the Race to Alaska.
Taylor Balkom / Ketchikan Daily News

Ross Reynolds talks to Jake Beattie the director of the Northwest Maritime Center in Port Townsend and the organizer of the first ever Race to Alaska contest about how Team Elsie Piddock managed to defy expectations and win the race in one week and a day. 

Megan Rapinoe is seen in action in 2012.
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Marcie Sillman talked to Megan Rapinoe, midfielder for the Seattle Reign FC and the U.S. Women's National Team in 2013 about her career and the future of soccer in the United States. The women's team opens play in the World Cup in Canada on Monday.

The state of Alaska has sent thousands of pink slips to its workers. The ripple effects could affect the fishing industry.
KUOW Photo/Gil Aegerter

Marcie Sillman talks to Alexandra Gutierrez of Alaska Public Radio about the budget standstill in Alaska's Legislature and how a government shutdown will affect the lives of Alaskans. 

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