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Let The Races Begin! Who Filed To Run For Office?

Ross Reynolds
05/21/2012 at 12:00 p.m.

25 Percent Of Tsunami Warning Buoys Busted: One quarter of US–operated tsunami warning buoys in the Pacific and Atlantic oceans are out of service. That includes the two tsunami detection buoys directly off the Pacific Northwest coast, Correspondent Tom Banse reports.

First Congressional District: Chaos From Redistricting? There's a lot happening in Washington state's First Congressional District. First of all, its boundaries are about to change. Under redistricting, it's been redrawn to extend from King County all the way north to the Canadian border. Analysts say that seat is also changing from a safe Democratic district to one of the most evenly divided in the country. KUOW's Amy Radil reports.

Let The Races Begin! Who Filed To Run For Office? Friday was the deadline to file to run in the August 7 primary election. Ross Reynolds talks with the Seattle news editor for The Associated Press about who filed and which races to watch.

'The Art Of Our City' — Breaking Down The Blockbusters: KUOW's Marcie Sillman gives a preview of the latest in her series, "The Art Of Our City."

Yesler Terrace Redevelopment: The Seattle City Council reviewed plans earlier today for parks and green spaces for the public housing complex known as Yesler Terrace. KUOW's Liz Jones reports on what the changes are and who would be affected.


Chris Grygiel is the Seattle news editor for The Associated Press, a self–described political junkie and frustrated WSU fan.

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