KCTS 9 brings you the 20 most popular videos in 2010, based on page views.
What happened to Washington state's employment landscape in 2010? What was the impact on our family and community? In this special, Josephine Cheng and Enrique Cerna reported on the job situation in Washington state.
New research in 2010 suggests that letting your baby "cry it out" before going to sleep could be physically harmful. In this episode of "KCTS 9 Connects," Producer Ethan Morris investigated both sides of the story.
Archana Verma of Bellevue, Washington shares her recipe for Masala Flavored Veggie Wrap with Mango Chutney in "KCTS 9 Cooks: Light and Healthy".
In an attempt to unravel the mysteries of a child's brain, Dr. Andrew Meltzoff discusses The Developing Mind Project at the University of Washington. In May 2010, The University of Washington Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences (I-LABS) announced the launch of a multi-year, multimillion-dollar initiative to foster new brain research discoveries and insights into how and when children learn.
Enrique Cerna looks at how food safety has changed since the Jack in the Box E-coli outbreak in 1993. In January and February 1993, more than 450 people in Western Washington fell ill after consuming undercooked hamburgers. The source of the contamination was traced to Jack in the Box Restaurants and to its meat supplier, Von's in California.
Four American friends and their Chinese guide set out on a mission to bicycle more than 1,000 miles between China's two largest cities, documenting their journey with only the camera gear and clothing packed on their bikes. "Reel NW" was a brand new series from KCTS 9. The weekly show focused on the very best of independent film from the Northwest.
The story of Seattle's homegrown soul and funk scene, lost in the 1970s but rediscovered in 2001 when a local DJ found an obscure single on 45 RPM vinyl. "Reel NW" was a brand new series from KCTS 9. The weekly show focused on the very best of independent film from the Northwest.
Note: The full episode of "Wheedle's Groove" has since expired in our archives.
From curbside to dump, Producer Lesley McClurg reported on how our landfills are overflowing with garbage that should be reused or recycled. Also, the hidden damage all our waste is doing to the planet.
KCTS 9 Connects and Investigate West teamed up for this special report in 2010. We find out that the same chemotherapy drugs that save countless cancer patients' lives may pose a serious health risk to the hospital workers who handle them.
Two friends build their own kayaks and paddle alone for 97 days in the wilderness. They travel an epic adventure that takes them over 1,300 miles from Alaska to Seattle and survived to talk about most of their experiences. "Reel NW" was a brand new series from KCTS 9. The weekly show focused on the very best of independent film from the Northwest.