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Past articles by Hannah:

In Twisp: 'If The Fire Comes Our Way, We’re Going To Stay'

Wildfire was roaring toward their 640-acre ranch near Twisp, but Judy Doran McBride and her husband stood their ground. “If the fire comes our way, we’re → Read More

Vulnerable Kids Caught In The Middle Of DSHS Dysfunction

Listen Listening... / Ross Reynolds talks with Seattle Times reporter Will Drabold about his investigation into the Department of Social and Health Services which revealed issues in staffing and funding that put Washington kids at risk. → Read More

Invisible Epidemic: Prison Worker Sexual Assault In Washington

A few years ago Theresa Nolte fell in love with Kelly Beard, an inmate at the Monroe Correctional Complex. Nolte was a prison staffer. Consensual or not, → Read More

Why Does Amazon Think It's A Startup?

Ross Reynolds talks with Chris Devore, managing director of Techstars, about how Amazon can act like a startup even though it's really not one. → Read More

Watch Out Pot Industry: This D.C. Group Is Coming For You

David Hyde talks with Associated Press journalist Kristen Wyatt about new lawsuits aimed to take down the legal pot industry. → Read More

Seattle's Unique Apartment Names: Undre Arms, Aspira, Joey Ray

Jeannie Yandel speaks with Cal McAllister, founder of Wexley School for Girls advertising agency, about what makes a great, or terrible, apartment name. → Read More

Ballard Resident Urges Neighbors To Welcome Tent City As Part Of Community

David Hyde talks with Ballard resident Jody Grage about the proposed homeless encampment a few blocks from her house. → Read More

Black Lives Matter Marchers 'Really Shocked' At Sanders' Seattle Crowd

People marching in a Black Lives Matter protest in Seattle on Sunday said they were upset by how a largely white crowd reacted to the disruption of Bernie → Read More

'Heroin Saved My Life': Shilo Murphy Stands Up For Drug Users

The day Shilo Murphy found his friend dead from an overdose, he resolved to change his life. He wouldn’t quit drugs. He liked how heroin made him feel. But → Read More

More Than Just Potatoes, Idaho Looks To Carve Out Place In Wine Industry

David Hyde talks with Alder Yarrow, founder of the wine blog Vinography, about Idaho's prospects as a wine state. → Read More

Seattle's New Sport Obsession Is Played With A Mouse And Keyboard

Jeannie Yandel talks with New York Times writer Nick Wingfield about e-sports and their rise in Seattle. → Read More

Seattle Looks For Bigger Piece Of Booming Convention Market

Marcie Sillman talks with Visit Seattle CEO Tom Norwalk about the convention center expansion and how he believes it will benefit citizens. → Read More

Seattle Mayor Backs Off Proposal For Denser Single-Family Zones

Mayor Ed Murray’s decision to step back from proposal to increase density in Seattle’s single-family neighborhoods is a disappointment, says a woman who → Read More

C. Diff: The Awful, Common Hospital Infection You Haven't Heard Of

Ross Reynolds talks with Carol Wagner, senior vice president for patient safety at the Washington State Hospital Association, about some of the infections → Read More

You Can Text To 911 In Snohomish, But Please No Emoticons

Kim Malcom talks with Laura Caster, manager of Snohomish county's 911, about their new text to 911 service and why it makes sense. → Read More

Protecting Washington's Greenway: No Strip Malls, Billboards

Kim Malcom talks with Mountains to Sound Greenway executive director Jon Hoekstra about the Greenway Trust and protecting the environment amid booming → Read More

When The Earthquake Hits, How Do You Let Seattle Know?

Ross Reynolds talks with Pacific Northwest Seismic Network director John Vidale about the challenges of creating an early warning system for earthquakes. → Read More

How Mt. Rainier Helped This Woman Overcome Addiction

Jeannie Yandel talks with Dawn Brown, a participant in Seattle Union Gospel Mission's program that takes a team of homeless people who are also struggling → Read More

Idaho Grapples With Same Sex Marrige Ruling

Ross Reynolds talks with Northwest News Network reporter Jessica Robinson about same sex marriage in Idaho. → Read More

All Those New Condos Might Not Make Seattle More Affordable

Adding or preserving 20,000 affordable housing units in Seattle sounds great for renters on paper. But Sharon Lee, executive director of the Low Income → Read More