Katie Campbell, KUOW

Katie Campbell


Seattle, WA, United States

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Past articles by Katie:

Washington preschoolers are falling behind in wake of pandemic

Fewer children in Washington state are where they should be developmentally now compared to 2019. → Read More

'There's going to be a lack of honesty.' Two Washington doctors on the fallout of overturning Roe v Wade

The United States Supreme Court has struck down access to abortion under the landmark 1973 case Roe v. Wade. Washington state is among those states that has already reaffirmed a commitment to protect access to abortion and abortion-related services. But there is more to consider. → Read More

Prescribed burns are back in Washington state. Why?

Washington state is conducting a prescribed burn for the 2022 season for the first time in about 18 years. → Read More

What's in a budget? WA Democrats want to increase spending by about $6 billion

The state’s revenue picture just keeps getting rosier and rosier. That means state lawmakers have billions more to spend, save or return to taxpayers; Democrats are opting to spend more. → Read More

Washington says goodbye to its mask mandate, but not its state of emergency...yet

Washington state lawmakers are moving forward with legislation to curb the governor’s executive powers. The move comes after strong use of the powers amid the pandemic, and as Governor Jay Inslee is rolling back some Covid-era orders. → Read More

Seattle officials say they're fighting crime in this district. The community is fighting for their 'legacy'

Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell says he has a plan to stop crime in “hotspots,” like Little Saigon in the Chinatown-International District. But is that the right approach? → Read More

These bills still have a chance as Washington lawmakers close the first half of 2022 session

It's crunch time in Olympia where lawmakers are moving forward with bills that survived their committee deadlines last week. → Read More

Grocery workers in Washington are 'begging' for work as wages fail to keep up with bills

Many grocery workers are running out of food at home and aren’t earning enough to make rent, according to a new study. → Read More

Why 2021 was a whale of a year for orca sightings

Last year was a banner year for whale watching in Washington state. That is as long as you weren't looking for the region's resident endangered orcas. → Read More

'Washington and Seattle are not what you think.' How the Capitol insurrection changed politics across the US

It's been one year since the January 6th insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. And the fallout continues to reverberate across the country and right here in Washington state. → Read More

Seattle's top political moments in 2021: Elections, pandemic response, and more

Political junkies in Seattle had a lot to binge on in 2021. → Read More

Seattle's Little Saigon is keeping its culture alive with or without 'real commitment' from officials

Seattle's Little Saigon exemplifies the devastating effects of the Covid-19 pandemic in many ways. → Read More

New voting maps to be drawn by state Supreme Court, after historic fail by commission

Washington was supposed to know by Tuesday, Nov. 16 what the state’s new political maps would look like. But the state's bipartisan redistricting commission has missed its deadline. The task now goes to the Washington State Supreme Court. → Read More

Election Day: Will Seattle voters choose 'back to basics' candidates or stick with 'activists'?

The big day is near, and time is running out for voters to turn in their ballots. (Have you turned yours in, by the way? You should take care of that.) → Read More

Seattle employees may be exempt from vaccine mandate, but they still might not keep their job

Even if your request for an exemption is approved, you are still at risk for losing your job. → Read More

Seattle city employees exempt from vaccine mandate 'will not necessarily be doing the same job or at the same rate of pay'

As Seattle city officials plan the next step to getting Covid jabs in the arms of those who want them, the city is also grappling with those who do not. The city will open Covid-19 vaccination sites soon to get ahead of an expected run on doses in the coming months. → Read More

La Niña winter in Washington is 'good news for sports enthusiasts' and, you know, the environment

Washington State Climatologist Nick Bond says extra rain this month could bring the mountains some early snow. That's good news for skiers and, more importantly, "forest health, our fresh-water ecosystems, salmon, you know the whole thing" → Read More

Why this Seattle business leader says the city should 'treat this emergency on our streets' like the pandemic

Business leaders say their ability to recover from the pandemic, especially in Downtown Seattle, depends on how whether the city will put the same effort into treating the "emergency on our streets": chronic homelessness and diminishing affordable housing. → Read More

Western Washington's dry spell comes to a 'juicy' end

"The system that came through over the weekend was just kind of juicy and special." → Read More

Seattle will hold MLB All Star game in 2023

Major League Baseball announced Thursday that Seattle will host its All-Star Game in 2023. → Read More