Paige Browning, KUOW

Paige Browning


Seattle, WA, United States

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Past articles by Paige:

This is what Washington is now charging carbon polluters

The results are in from Washington's first-ever carbon credit auction. → Read More

Final statewide masking mandate to end in WA

Come April 3, the state of Washington will no longer require masks in health care facilities and prisons. → Read More

Resale market for cannabis waste? WA lawmakers consider it

Washington lawmakers are considering a brand-new type of cannabis market: resale of the plant waste. → Read More

Pebble Mine vetoed after long fight by Sen. Cantwell and fishermen

Environmental activists, tribal communities, and fishermen are celebrating a massive conservation decision: the EPA's rejection Monday of the Pebble Mine. → Read More

Again, court refuses to hear case challenging WA's ban on conversion therapy for minors

A federal appeals court has denied the latest swipe at Washington state's ban on conversion therapy. → Read More

First Lady Jill Biden to visit Western Washington Friday

First Lady Jill Biden will spend a couple days visiting the Seattle-Tacoma area Friday and Saturday. → Read More

Seattle minimum wage will rise in 2023

The minimum wage in Seattle will go up in 2023, but how much depends on the employer. → Read More

Music and design highlight Seattle's weekend arts calendar

‘If you hear his laid-back delivery, it is almost like just hearing rain fall on your window.’ → Read More

WA health officials stress prevention amid rise of MPV cases

‘It's a virus that's gaining speed, and the state has a team dedicated to trying to control it.’ → Read More

New Covid vaccine, tested at UW, en route for approval

The Food and Drug Administration has authorized the use of a Novavax Covid-19 vaccine for adults 18 and older. The vaccine was tested at the University of Washington School of Medicine for emergency use. The vaccine is protein based and could soon be available to the American public, if the CDC gives the final thumbs up. “It's a vaccine that is more like traditional vaccines for hepatitis B or… → Read More

Seattle schools scraps planned schedule changes amid backlash

The superintendent of Seattle Public Schools has decided the start and end times will stay the same next year. → Read More

Patti Cole-Tindall named King County Sheriff

King County has named Patti Cole-Tindall as the new full-time sheriff. → Read More

Measure to decriminalize all drugs rolls out in Washington state

Initiative 1922 would take away penalties for possessing drugs of any kind in Washington → Read More

Roastery, 'Gaybucks', and others could be just the start of Starbucks union

They’re the 8th store in Starbucks’ home city to try to unionize. And the movement may be just warming up → Read More

No bikes allowed anymore at Seattle's Green Lake Park

If you’ve got wheels, keep them off the trail at Seattle’s Green Lake Park. → Read More

Starbucks' future involves reusable cups and unionized workers

Starbucks annual shareholders meeting on Wednesday was a display of company success, amidst new union pressure → Read More

Right on time, Seattle's cherry blossoms are about to pop with color

Seattle is days away from one of its annual gateways to spring: the cherry blossom bloom → Read More

Magic mushroom advocates want psilocybin on Washington's ballot in November

State lawmakers let a magic mushroom legalization bill die. Now advocates want it on Washington's ballot. → 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