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IN Close features in-depth stories from across the Pacific Northwest, examining a subject or theme from several different perspectives. The goal of IN Close is to take the viewer deep and personal, delving into topics and stories that matter and go well beyond the headlines.

Stories

June 27, 2019
As baby boomers age, many are finding themselves in a system not set up for...
May 31, 2018
“It’s like they are walking on graves. I can’t forgive that.”
May 21, 2018
A unique public school program addresses the many needs of immigrant students.
March 8, 2018
As development and gentrification sweep in, is Seattle’s gayborhood — Capitol...
March 2, 2018
The long glide to retirement launches a wave of nostalgia for the “Queen of the...
January 11, 2018
If you could ask an astronaut one question, what would you ask? Here’s what a...
January 4, 2018
Noah Barnes is one of 1.25 million Americans with Type 1 Diabetes, and he’s...
November 21, 2017
At the twilight of life, a choir eases the ultimate passage.

Episodes

Season 4
Episode 432
Seattle's homeless population is aging, and along with age come health problems. Hughes...
Season 4
Episode 431
People come from around the nation and the world to see where the plutonium was made that...
Season 4
Episode 430
In the intense American debate over immigration, most people don’t consider the specific...
Season 4
Episode 429
Capitol Hill, widely known since the 1970s as Seattle’s gay neighborhood, is changing. As...
Season 4
Episode 428
It was the last passenger 747 flown by a U.S. carrier. The plane, once called the “Queen...
Season 4
Episode 427
If you could ask an astronaut one question, what would you ask? Here’s what a few local...
Season 4
Episode 426
When Noah Barnes saw a documentary about Terry Fox, the Canadian athlete who tried to run...
Season 4
Episode 425
Through events such as Pitch Black, HACK Nation aims to bridge that “opportunity gap” for...
Season 4
Episode 424
The all-volunteer Threshold Choir sings for those who are, as they put it, at the...
Season 4
Episode 423
Past attempts at a bike share program in Seattle have flopped. Can Seattle’s newest app-...
Season 4
Episode 422
Meet "The Cle Elum Seven," former laboratory research chimpanzees living out the rest of...
Season 4
Episode 421
Meet "The Cle Elum Seven," former laboratory research chimpanzees living out the rest of...
Season 4
Episode 420
Vancouver’s Expo ’86 was the last World’s Fair to be held in North America, and like the...
Season 4
Episode 419
The Ancient Mariners rowing team is a competitive men’s masters rowing club that competes...
Season 4
Episode 418
When votes are counted on August 2nd, the citizens of Seattle will be deciding whether to...
Season 4
Episode 417
DriftCon is a Northwest motorsport event that is the ballet of car racing. Drivers are...
Season 4
Episode 416
Only about 30% of King County registered voters bother to vote in the primary elections....
Season 4
Episode 415
In 1936, nine working class young rowers from the University of Washington went to the...
Season 4
Episode 414
Carpenter Nicole Abercrombie teaches construction skills to a group of high school girls...
Season 4
Episode 413
Filmmaker Sandy Smolan, takes the viewer underwater in 'The Click Effect,' one of the...
Season 4
Episode 412
A long journey from orchards to opera, José Iñiguez has overcome the many obstacles that...
Season 4
Episode 411
Can a software program detect an essentially human capacity such as empathy? Dr. David...
Season 4
Episode 410
James Madison is the official Artist of the Tulalip Tribes, and he is incorporating...
Season 4
Episode 409
In the fall of 2015 Sesame Street introduced audiences to Julia, a four year old girl...
Season 4
Episode 408
Seattle Art Museum exhibit, Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic is a retrospective of one of...
Season 4
Episode 407
Street racing in Kent, WA is a well-known but illegal activity that on weekend nights...
Season 4
Episode 406
Cord transplants and cell therapy depend on mothers donating their baby's umbilical cord...
Season 4
Episode 405
What is expanded cord blood therapy? Dr. Colleen Delaney from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer...
Season 4
Episode 404
When it comes to battling heroin addiction, what works? Should it be treated as a medical...
Season 4
Episode 403
It’s something we see all the time — on buildings, in alleys, under bridges — even on...
Season 4
Episode 402
The search for a young Holocaust victim’s identity creates an unusual friendship between...
Season 4
Episode 401
Just south of the Seattle city line in a small corner of Steve Cox Memorial Park, the...

Specials

Activist, lawyer and spoken word artist Nikkita Oliver will challenge incumbent Ed Murray...
An estimated 450,000 people attended the March on Washington and an estimated 3.2 million...
In North Cove, Wash., entire blocks have disappeared under winter waves. Learn how...
The election and the Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton showdown has been quite the ride...
How a Seattle organization — Salaam Cultural Museum — is mobilizing volunteers around the...
How knitting communities are banding together to support survivors of breast cancer with...
Exploring the history behind the Puget Sound’s struggle to create a transit system that...
At the same time Sound Transit opened two eagerly-awaited new Link light rail stations in...
A look at Washington’s 7th Congressional District candidate Brady Walkinshaw.


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