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- No Tax Credit For Wind Power Could Mean Fewer Jobs In The Pacific Northwest
- School Reforms Tested At Idaho Ballot Box
- Checking The Facts Behind The Ads On Both Sides Of Wash. Same-Sex Marriage
- Women Artists Take Over Seattle Art Museum
- A Milder Debate As Wash. Governor Candidates Meet Again
- Report: Arrests For Marijuana Disproportionally Affect Blacks, Latinos And Native Americans
- Citizens Wanted To Keep Eye On Seattle Police
- U.S. Judge To Rule On Canadian Firm's Dumping In Columbia River
- Fire In Western WA Raises Fears For Spawning Salmon
- Judge To Consider Cross Border Columbia River Pollution Case
- Foreign Guesthouse Reportedly Attacked In Kabul's Diplomatic Area
- Wacky Wrestlers Of Yesteryear
- OPEC Holds Production Steady, Signaling Lower Fuel Prices
- A Nationwide Outpouring Of Support For Tiny Ferguson Library
- Holiday Travel Snarls Look To Be Easing
- Your Adult Siblings May Be The Secret To A Long, Happy Life
- British Mystery Novelist P.D. James Dies At 94
- Can Breeders Cure What Ails Our Breast-Heavy Turkeys?
- 3 NFL Games On Tap To Satisfy Thanksgiving Football Fans
- Stories Of Your First Thanksgiving In The U.S.
- Mitchell 'probably called PCs plebs'
- Scotland 'should set income tax'
- Woman wins £337m in divorce case
- Crime author PD James dies aged 94
- UK net migration rises to 260,000
- Sex abuse gangs jailed for grooming
- Manhunt after pair stabbed to death
- Food bug affects 70% of shop chickens
- Afghan attack hits UK embassy car
- European MPs want Google break-up
News stories KUOW editors are following.
- Seattle startup turning sewage treatment biosolids (poop) into biofuel
- Port commission prepares to select a new member today
- Gates, UW teaming up on massive health study
- Seattle’s failed yellow-pages fight may cost $500K
All Things Considered 5/28/2014 at 4:00 p.m.