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Last Call For Liquor Store Bids, And Should Internet Anonymity Be Regulated?

Ross Reynolds
05/24/2012 at 12:00 p.m.

Last Call For Liquor Store Bids: Bidders have one last chance to buy a Washington state liquor store. Eighteen state liquor stores are up for auction today. We get an update from KUOW's Lesley McClurg, who went down to check out the auction.

New Study Says SODO Can Accommodate Traffic From Proposed Arena: A new study says the SODO neighborhood can easily accommodate traffic from a proposed new arena. The study was commissioned by the city of Seattle and paid for by the man who is trying to bring an NBA team to the city. KUOW's Deborah Wang reports.

Should Internet Anonymity Be Regulated? The New York state Legislature wants to stop people from making anonymous comments on the Internet. It is considering a bill that would force the authors of flagged comments to identify themselves. If they didn't, the comments would be removed. We take a closer look at Internet Anonymity with digital media expert Hanson Hosein.

King Tut Opens At Seattle Center: Egyptian voters are at the polls today. They're participating in the first fully democratic elections in their nation's long history. Puget Sound residents get a glimpse of some of that history this week. The long–awaited King Tut exhibition opens to the general public tomorrow today at Seattle's Pacific Science Center. KUOW's Marcie Sillman reports.


Lesley McClurg reports for KUOW.

Hanson Hosein is the director of the master of communication in digital media program at the University of Washington.

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