Paige Browning is a news anchor and reporter for KUOW Public Radio, covering breaking news and stories of significance in the Puget Sound region. Paige's work is featured on KUOW's airwaves daily, and she is a backup host for KUOW's drive-time shows and Seattle Now podcast.
A native of the Northwest, Paige takes special interest in stories about climate change, our changing culture(s), politics and law. Paige's work has been features on the NPR newscast, All Things Considered, Here and Now, the BBC and local public radio stations throughout the northwest. She has lived and worked in Spokane, Missoula (MT) and Seattle.
Her specialty is writing news under a one day deadline, but she's also stepped onto wildfire scorched land, rappelled from a building, and been to the heart of protests for stories.
Paige likes to run, bike, camp, and linger around at art exhibits and concert venues, and thinks the Seattle Storm are the city's best team to see.
Languages: English, beginner Spanish
Professional Affiliations: SAG-AFTRA Shop Steward, Delta Gamma Alumna
Washington is about to dive deeper into the world of psychedelic research
Head of King County Regional Homelessness Authority steps down
Collect your mail quickly, says USPS, after security concerns in Seattle
As South Seattle mail delivery resumes, postal inspectors are still raising the alarm about theft and fraud.
Casual Friday with Ishea Brown and Katie Campbell
This week… We’re entering a heatwave. The Chinatown International District was deemed an ‘endangered historic place.’ And Microsoft says it’s time to learn how to use AI, or you might get left in the dust. KUOW’s Katie Campbell and Truth Be Told podcast Supervising Producer Ishea Brown are here to break down the week.
How P-Patches foster Iu Mien community
Peas and greens are starting to come up in p-patches all around Seattle. And their growth marks a historic milestone - the 50th year of Seattle’s P Patch Community garden program. They’re in high demand. Hobby gardeners use the space for flowers, to experiment with what will grow in Seattle, and for some extra herbs for the salad… But for hundreds of Seattleites, these are small farms sustaining much of their family’s food supply. For the Iu Mien ethnic group, in particular, farming is a way of life. We’ll meet some of them at their garden plots.
Mike's adventures in art: Sweeney Todd, Drug Lord, BAIT
If you're looking for tips on how to experience art in the Seattle area, you're in the right place. In this weekly post, KUOW arts reporter Mike Davis has suggestions for what to do around Seattle over the weekend so you can have your own adventures in arts and culture.
Audit cracks open what's worked, fizzled on Seattle soda tax
Years after Seattle passed a tax on sugary drinks, it's consumers — not businesses — taking on the cost.
Washington Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler will not run for re-election
Casual Friday with Sami West and Mike Davis
This week… The Seattle Police Department received recommendations on how to change their protest response. A ferry running aground reminded us we need to fix our aging fleet. And the Seattle season of the popular reality show Love is Blind is over - and it was a bit of a mess. KUOW Reporters Sami West and Mike Davis are here to break down the week.
Sea-Tac Airport sued over pollution by firm that took on Big Tobacco
Plaintiffs say airplane emissions have caused harm to 300,000 residents who live in the flight paths.