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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
- Obamacare's First Year: How'd It Go?
- Michael Dunn Found Guilty In Florida 'Loud Music' Shooting
- Long-Term Birth Control Works Best For Teens, Pediatricians Say
- When Can A Big Storm Or Drought Be Blamed On Climate Change?
- Facebook Apologizes For Name Policy That Affected LGBT Community
- Hong Kong Protests Offer A Revelation To Mainland Chinese
- Proton Center Closure Doesn't Slow New Construction
- How A Law From The Civil War Fights Modern-Day Fraud
- The White House Could Be Made A Fortress, But Should It?
- Take A New Test Aimed At The World's English-Language Learners
- Cameron pledges tax cuts 'for 30m'
- River body confirmed as missing Alice
- US Secret Service director resigns
- BNP expels ex-leader Nick Griffin
- China warns on 'illegal' HK protests
- Begg freed after charges dropped
- Ex-Tory donor to give £1m to UKIP
- Family appeal over Syria case teen
- Texas children 'monitored for Ebola'
- Iraq PM opposes Arab strikes in Iraq
News stories KUOW editors are following.
- 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
- FAA 787 inspections reveal checks were left to Boeing
Morning Edition 5/29/2014 at 7:00 a.m.