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Current affairs from across the Pacific Northwest, hosted by award-winning journalist Deborah Wang.

IN Close

Current affairs from across the Pacific Northwest, hosted by award-winning journalist Deborah Wang.

Pursuing a personal dream leads to celebration of family and culture
Dr. David Atkins has helped develop a program that analyzes not only the words...
James Madison Tulalip Tribes Artist with Totem
James Madison is the official Artist of the Tulalip Tribes, and he is...
The University of Washington Research in Early Autism Detection and...
SAM's exhibit, Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic is a retrospective of one of...
Kent Street Racing Seattle
Street racing in Kent, WA is a well-known but illegal activity that on weekend...
Devastating tsunamis are a known threat to the Pacific Coast.
IN Close paid tribute to the victims, survivors, responders, families and...
David Shields examines over a decade of "extraordinarily beautiful" front-page...
King County and the Seattle Mayor’s Office announced the formation of a new...
Cellular therapy is revolutionizing the world of cancer treatment.
When it comes to battling heroin addiction, what works?

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Upcoming Episodes

Sat 5/28, 748pm

Jose Iniguez learned traditional Mexican songs in the apple orchards of Mattawa Washington, and has become a classical singer who keeps the bolero song tradition alive.

Sun 5/29, 449pm

When Sesame Street created a new character who has autism, a UW psychologist advised the producers on how to appropriately portray her.