Posey Gruener, KUOW

Posey Gruener


Seattle, WA, United States

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Past articles by Posey:

A robot wrote this headline! Your job is next

This is a crazy time of year for online retail behemoth Amazon – especially for their robots. Robots have already taken over a lot of the work in Kent's → Read More

Amtrak riders are losing views of Puget Sound

Amtrak riders in south King County are getting a change in scenery. The roughly 30 mile train ride between Tacoma and Olympia is being rerouted. Right now → Read More

At Amazon the job is to eliminate work

We know, you want the jobs. That's why you're offering billions of dollars and other sweet kickbacks to get Amazon to move to your town. → Read More

Washington Updates Rules Protecting Farmworkers From Pesticides

Washington adopted new federal rules Wednesday that establish protections for farmworkers working with and around pesticides. They bringing state → Read More

Washington Commission Turns Down Oil Terminal In Vancouver

UPDATED (Wednesday, Nov. 29, 8:55 a.m.): Washington state’s Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council voted unanimously Tuesday to turn down a controversial → Read More

Dance By The Light Of The 2017 Supermoon: The How And When

Between last year's historic November supermoon and August's partial solar eclipse, a lunar event that's coming on Dec. 3 has taken a bit of → Read More

Is Amazon your guilty pleasure?

We're a conflicted bunch. On one hand, we love to hate Amazon in Seattle because the city grew too fast and it's made problems for a lot of people. But a → Read More

How things got weird between Seattle and Amazon

So. It’s been a little tense in Seattle since Amazon started shopping around for a new city to love. → Read More

Seattle is in the eye of the housing affordability storm

The rising cost of housing in America's most desirable "creative" cities troubles Richard Florida, urbanist thinker and author. In those cities, the cost → Read More

What's next for KUOW's Region of Boom team? Digging into HALA

Emily Fox speaks with KUOW's Region of Boom reporter Joshua McNichols about the team's upcoming coverage of Seattle's housing crisis. → Read More

It's always 1962 on the Monorail. But the view keeps changing

For 27 years, Jayme Gustilo has been a cashier and conductor on the Seattle Center Monorail. → Read More

Two tours collide in Seattle’s Central District — with very different messages

Seattle's Central District was once the largest black enclave in the Pacific Northwest. But no longer. Architect and Central District resident Donald King → Read More

Seattle hip-hop artist Draze wants to help launch 100 African-American businesses

Seattle hip hop artist Draze is known for lamenting the gentrification of the Central District. Now, he has an idea for how to turn things around. He wants → Read More

We spent a month reporting on Bremerton. Here's what we learned

Emily Fox speaks with KUOW reporters Joshua McNichols and Carolyn Adolph about why they spent a month reporting on Bremerton, and what it taught them about → Read More

Missed the ferry? Three ways to spend an hour in Bremerton

Starting Monday it will only take half an hour to reach Bremerton if you take Kitsap Transit’s fast ferry . It runs from the King County dock just south of → Read More

Keep Bremerton gritty: Try ‘a crappy dinner party’

Bill Radke speaks with Marie Vila, co-chair of Bremerton Neighborhoods Now! , about why she thinks block parties, potlucks and "crappy dinner parties" are → Read More

Bremerton wouldn't exist without this Seattleite

William Bremer, born in Germany, moved to Seattle first. But it was Bremerton, the city across Puget Sound, to which Bremer "gave his name and his fortune → Read More

Ask the Fung Bros: What's so funny about being Asian?

The Fung Bros, Andrew and David Fung, have more than a million followers on their YouTube channel . (And yes, they're real biological brothers.) → Read More

Some seniors can't afford to buy vegetables. This truck helps.

Most of the poor people in our region live in the suburbs. That can create problems for organizations like Food Lifeline, a nonprofit food distribution → Read More

To understand suburban poverty, come to South King County

Emily Fox speaks with Brookings researcher Elizabeth Kneebone, co-author with Alan Berube of "Confronting Suburban Poverty in America." Kneebone and Berube → Read More