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King County Prosecutor, Abandoned Boats, and 'Green' Goes Personal

Guy Nelson
04/06/2009 at 1:00 p.m.

Seattle Budget Gap

KUOW's Deborah Wang reports on this morning's budget hearing at City Hall.

Abandoned Boats

Some owners are jettisoning their yachts as a lifeboat measure during the recession. We speak to the head of the state's Derelict Vessel Removal Program.

Schools Plan

Seattle School District officials are at work on a plan to send more students to schools closer to where they live. We speak with Michael DeBell, president of the Seattle School Board.

Dan Satterberg: King County Prosecutor

Washington was the first state in the nation to pass a law against human trafficking. That was six years ago and now that law has been used for the first time in King County against six members of a West Seattle street gang who've been charged with the forced prostitution of women and juveniles. We'll talk to King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg about the case. We'll also talk about how budget cuts are affecting his work, and take your calls.

New Recycling Rules: When Going Green Gets Personal

Seattle has new rules on recycling and garbage. Do they make it easier for you to separate your trash? Not for everybody. Have you been getting into arguments over how to recycle and what green products to buy? The EcoConsumer advice guru will be in to tell us what to do when going green gets personal: How to solve those household arguments with your significant other, spouse, or roommate.

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