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Come From Away | Falling in Love in Gander
 
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Nick and Diane were two people from half a world away who happened to meet in Gander on Sept. 11, 2015, when their plane was diverted. Nick, an English oil executive, was traveling on business, and Diane a Texan, coming home from visiting her son in England. They eventually married and settled in Texas. Their roles are played by actors Lee MacDougall and Sharon Wheatley.
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Come From Away | Meet Beverley Bass
 
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The first female captain hired by a major American airline, Bass landed her American Airlines 777 in Gander on 9/11, and spent four days being responsible for the safety of her crew, passengers and airplane. Bass co-founded ISA+21 (the International Association of Women Airline Pilots). In “Come From Away,” her character is played by actor Jenn Colella.
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Facing Homelessness | IN Close
 
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The story of Rex Holhbein, an architect turned homeless advocate who is on a mission to change public perception of the homeless. IN Close airs Thursdays at 7pm on KCTS 9. ___________________________ Connect with IN Close: Visit the IN Close webpage: http://KCTS9.org/in-close Like IN Close on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KCTS9INClose Follow IN Close on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KCTS9INClose Subscribe to IN Close on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/KCTS9InClose This current affairs series was made possible by viewers like you. Thank you! ___________________________
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Come From Away
 
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"Come From Away" tells the little-known 9/11 story of Gander, Newfoundland, where redirected planes were forced to land after the tragedy. It was written by Irene Sankoff and David Hein, and is directed by Christopher Ashley and presented by Seattle Repertory Theatre in association with La Jolla Playhouse.
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Surviving on Minimum Wage | IN Close
 
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Seattle has voted to boost its minimum wage to $15 an hour over time. The first increase takes the minimum wage to $11 an hour. But is that enough to live on in this expensive city? We profile a young barista, a temporary worker and a grocery store clerk to drill down into what it takes to stretch minimum wage to a living wage, especially with housing taking such a big chunk out of the budget. We also interview a UW professor who has created an alternative to the federal minimum wage that is more realistic and the head of a company that has already boosted its minimum wage to $15. IN Close airs Thursdays at 7pm on KCTS 9. ___________________________ Connect with IN Close: Visit the IN Close webpage: http://KCTS9.org/in-close Like IN Close on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KCTS9INClose Follow IN Close on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KCTS9INClose Subscribe to IN Close on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/KCTS9InClose This current affairs series was made possible by viewers like you. Thank you! ___________________________
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Voices of the Oso Landslide: The Emotional Toll | IN Close
 
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Bob DeYoung is often referred to a modern day Paul Bunyan. He works as a logger in Darrington WA, is a fishing guide in Alaska, and runs hunting expeditions out of Wyoming. He spent over a decade as a police officer, and exudes a large, tough-guy presence. When the Oso mudslide occurred on March 22, 2014, DeYoung was one of the first local rescuers on the scene. He had the equipment and know-how to get into the slide area and look for people. Instead of rescuing however, Bob ended up doing mostly recovery - pulling bodies of friends and neighbors out of the mud. Produced by Stacey Jenkins , KCTS 9 Phyllis Fletcher, KUOW / Northwest News Network More at: http://kcts9.org/in-close IN Close airs Thursdays at 7pm on KCTS 9. ___________________________ Connect with IN Close: Visit the IN Close webpage: http://KCTS9.org/in-close Like IN Close on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KCTS9INClose Follow IN Close on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KCTS9INClose Subscribe to IN Close on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/KCTS9InClose This current affairs series was made possible by viewers like you. Thank you! ___________________________
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Voice: A Trans Singer's Story
 
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A well-known Portland rock singer transitions from female to male identity, and risks losing his singing voice in the transition process. Title image credit: Jeff Ryan, Vortex Music Magazine More on :https://kcts9.org/programs/in-close?utm_medium=web_utm_source=inclose-youtube
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The Chimps of Cle Elum
 
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Meet seven former laboratory research chimpanzees living out the rest of their days at the Chimpanzee Sanctuary Northwest in Cle Elum, Washington.
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Graffiti in Seattle: Two Sides of the Spray Can
 
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It’s something we see all the time — on buildings, in alleys, under bridges — even on signs, park benches and sidewalks. Graffiti is a part of Seattle’s visual landscape, but opinions on this constantly changing network of scribbles, murals and esoteric names is anything but unanimous.
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Washington State Regulates Edible Marijuana Products | IN Close
 
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Legal marijuana in Washington has opened the doors for a new world of cannabis-infused food and drink, as well as concerns and regulations about these enticing high-inducing morsels. IN Close airs Thursdays at 7pm on KCTS 9. ___________________________ Connect with IN Close: Visit the IN Close webpage: http://KCTS9.org/in-close Like IN Close on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KCTS9INClose Follow IN Close on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KCTS9INClose Subscribe to IN Close on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/KCTS9InClose This current affairs series was made possible by viewers like you. Thank you! ___________________________
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On the Road to Citizenship
 
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What is it like to become a United States Citizen? We follow Chakriya Say, a single mother of three originally from Cambodia, and Miguel Ceballos Medina, originally from Mexico and now raising a young daughter with his American wife Kate. Watch as they prepare for their naturalization interviews and go through the process of obtaining a US citizenship. Between August 1, 2014, and July 31, 2015, the Seattle office of the United States Citizen and Immigration Services (USCIS) approved 10,949 citizenship applicants. For many immigrants, achieving American citizenship is the culmination of a long journey from their countries of origin, and symbolic of a new beginning where they will be able to fully utilize the rights, responsibilities and opportunities afforded to all Americans. Read More at: http://kcts9.org/programs/borders-and-heritage/on-road-to-citizenship Watch more Borders & Heritage stories on KCTS 9: http://kcts9.org/programs/borders-and-heritage
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From Tokyo to Seattle: The Journey of Hana’s Suitcase
 
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The search for a young Holocaust victim’s identity creates an unusual friendship between a Japanese museum director and a Holocaust survivor, and leads to the production of a play now performing at Seattle Children's Theatre.
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Behind the Mask Behind the Logo | IN Close
 
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A Kwakwaka'wakw transformation mask which was, undoubtedly, the inspiration for the first logo of the Seattle Seahawks football team will soon be on display at the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture in Seattle. IN Close airs Thursdays at 7pm on KCTS 9. ___________________________ Connect with IN Close: Visit the IN Close webpage: http://KCTS9.org/in-close Like IN Close on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KCTS9INClose Follow IN Close on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KCTS9INClose Subscribe to IN Close on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/KCTS9InClose This current affairs series was made possible by viewers like you. Thank you! ___________________________
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Caring for Aging Parents | IN Close
 
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Millions of baby boomers are now spending much of their lives caring for elderly parents, a journey that can be filled both with stress and joy. Producer Stephen Hegg relates his personal story. IN Close airs Thursdays at 7pm on KCTS 9. ___________________________ Connect with IN Close: Visit the IN Close webpage: http://KCTS9.org/in-close Like IN Close on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KCTS9INClose Follow IN Close on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KCTS9INClose Subscribe to IN Close on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/KCTS9InClose This current affairs series was made possible by viewers like you. Thank you! ___________________________
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Music Therapy | When Music Heals | IN Close
 
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Music Therapy - Allistaire is four years old. She is spunky and loves music. Diagnosed with cancer at just 21 months, she has spent most of her life going in and out of cancer hospitals. Out of the daily exhaustive treatments that she receives, there is one that she looks forward to each week. It is her time with her music therapist, Betsy Hartman. Although, little known, the use of music for the purpose of therapy has been in practice for a long time. “Essentially, it is the use of music in therapeutic ways to address patients’ needs and goals,” explains Hartman, a board-certified music therapist, who works solely with patients in the Cancer Unit at the Seattle Children’s Hospital. Those needs can be physical or emotional. Watch more cancer stories at http://kcts9.org/cancer ___________________________ Connect with IN Close: Visit the IN Close webpage: http://KCTS9.org/in-close Like IN Close on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KCTS9INClose Follow IN Close on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KCTS9INClose Subscribe to IN Close on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/KCTS9InClose This current affairs series was made possible by viewers like you. Thank you! ___________________________
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In Close: Vancouver’s Vanishing Chinatown
 
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Vancouver’s Chinatown flourished against the odds to become a booming cultural center. Recently, as longtime residents have seen gentrification take a toll on the cultural richness and history of the area, new strides are being made to preserve the area’s history and culture. More on: https://kcts9.org/programs/in-close?utm_medium=web_utm_source=inclose-youtube
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Knitters Support Breast Cancer Survivors With ’Knitted Knockers’
 
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Knitting communities are banding together to support survivors of breast cancer with handmade breast prostheses.
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Abdullahi's Journey: From Refugee Camp to College Campus
 
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College student Abdullahi Abdi reflects on his experiences growing up in a Kenyan refugee camp, and shares his determination to never give up on his dreams to pursue education and provide for his family.
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Do Crows Mourn? | IN Close
 
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Researchers at the University of Washington have discovered that crows might hold funerals, and sophisticated brain scans might tell why. IN Close airs Thursdays at 7pm on KCTS 9. ___________________________ Connect with IN Close: Visit the IN Close webpage: http://KCTS9.org/in-close Like IN Close on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KCTS9INClose Follow IN Close on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KCTS9INClose Subscribe to IN Close on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/KCTS9InClose This current affairs series was made possible by viewers like you. Thank you! ___________________________
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Inside Seattle's Microhousing Boom | IN Close
 
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Investigating the pros and cons of the City’s ‘apodment’ craze through the eyes of a small community in North Seattle who are fighting a proposed microhousing unit. IN Close airs Thursdays at 7pm on KCTS 9. ___________________________ Connect with IN Close: Visit the IN Close webpage: http://KCTS9.org/in-close Like IN Close on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KCTS9INClose Follow IN Close on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KCTS9INClose Subscribe to IN Close on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/KCTS9InClose This current affairs series was made possible by viewers like you. Thank you! ___________________________
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Creating Julia:  Sesame Street's new character with autism
 
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In the fall of 2015 Sesame Street introduced audiences to a new character named Julia, a four year old girl with autism. Dr. Wendy Stone at the University of Washington was a primary consultant in the development of Julia; learn more about the autism diagnosis and how she worked with Sesame Street to create a character aimed at promoting acceptance.
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New Baby Orca Faces Threats from People and Nature | IN Close
 
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A new baby orca in the Puget Sound’ L-pod is joyous news, but scientists warn it faces heavy challenges to survive even a year. threats such as pollution, lack of food, and boat traffic.
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HERO Corps | IN Close
 
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Wounded warrior Oskar Zepeda gets the chance to continue to serve his country in the battle against online child pornography. It is part of a new effort called The Hero Corps to help veterans like Oskar as they return to civilian life. Enrique Cerna tells us how Oskar became a part of this unique pilot project. IN Close airs Thursdays at 7pm on KCTS 9. ___________________________ Connect with IN Close: Visit the IN Close webpage: http://KCTS9.org/in-close Like IN Close on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KCTS9INClose Follow IN Close on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KCTS9INClose Subscribe to IN Close on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/KCTS9InClose This current affairs series was made possible by viewers like you. Thank you! ___________________________
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'Black Lives Matter': A Poem by Nikkita Oliver
 
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Nikkita Oliver is a Seattle-based creative, teaching artist, mentor and organizer. She is an attorney in Washington State and is currently completing a Masters of Education at the University of Washington. She is the 2014 Seattle Poetry Slam (SPS) Grand Slam Champion, the 2012 and 2013 SPS Women of the World Poetry Slam representative, a three-time SPS national team member and is coaching the SPS national team for the second time.
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White Center Boxing Club
 
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The White Center P.A.L. (Police Activities League) Gym was founded in 2004 by two King County police officers. The goal was to provide an outlet for area youths and to increase interaction between law enforcement and the community. The gym was a welcome addition to the community, but in 2007, it was preparing to close its doors. That’s when Tony Rago stepped in.
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The Mayor of Gander
 
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Claude Elliott, Gander’s mayor since 1996 and a central character in Come From Away, came to Seattle in early December to see the play for the first time. He saw the performance with Seattle Mayor Ed Murray, and met the cast backstage.
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Voice Lessons | Voice: A Trans Singer's Story
 
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Peter Fullerton, a voice teacher who has experience teaching trans people to sing, practices with Julian Morris. More on :https://kcts9.org/programs/in-close?utm_medium=web_utm_source=inclose-youtube
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Growing Up and Remembering Dad | Last Days in Vietnam
 
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In the last days of the Vietnam War, Miki Nguyen, along with his sister and his mother, leapt from a hovering Chinook helicopter, piloted by Nguyen's father, onto the deck of a U.S. Navy destroyer. Forty years later, Miki, Mina and Nho Nguyen talk about life growing up during the Vietnam War, as well as what they remember about their father and his heroic actions that day. Last Days in Vietnam airs Tuesday, April 28 at 9 p.m. on KCTS 9. ___________________________ Connect with IN Close: Visit the IN Close webpage: http://KCTS9.org/in-close Like IN Close on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KCTS9INClose Follow IN Close on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KCTS9INClose Subscribe to IN Close on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/KCTS9InClose This current affairs series was made possible by viewers like you. Thank you! ___________________________
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Gender Gap on the Podium | IN Close
 
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Classical music radition seems to hold that the conductor--the commanding, authoritative figure out front--is almost always male. The Tacoma Symphony, in appointing conductor Sarah Ioannides, is one of very few professional orchestras in North America to have a female music director. When orchestra musicians are almost 50% female, there is only one female music director among america's top 25 orchestras, and only 13% in the next 80. Though Tacoma may be at the vanguard and the situation is changing, the tempo of change is very slow. IN Close airs Thursdays at 7pm on KCTS 9. ___________________________ Connect with IN Close: Visit the IN Close webpage: http://KCTS9.org/in-close Like IN Close on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KCTS9INClose Follow IN Close on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KCTS9INClose Subscribe to IN Close on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/KCTS9InClose This current affairs series was made possible by viewers like you. Thank you! ___________________________
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Cancer Stories:  Dr. Keith Eaton
 
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Dr. Keith Eaton reflects upon his cancer journey, both as a doctor treating patients with cancer and through his own experience with leukemia. Watch more at: http://www.kcts9.org/programs/cancer-emperor-of-all-maladies/cancer-stories-dr-keith-eaton
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Hope Floats in Washaway Beach
 
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There is one town where entire blocks have disappeared under winter waves without fanfare. It’s called North Cove, Wash. Haven’t heard of it? That’s because much of the community — the post office, school, the Grange Hall, the clam cannery — are gone, gobbled up by the hungry Pacific Ocean. If you have heard of this place, you may know the town by its nickname: Washaway Beach. It isn’t all underwater. Community members have rallied to take on Mother Nature.
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New Face of Gun Owners | IN Close
 
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More and more women are shopping for and learning how to use guns.
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How to Map the Ocean Floor | Mapping the Sound
 
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The University of Washington's School of Oceanography uses multibeam sonar technology to map the floor of Puget Sound.
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Voices of the Oso Landslide: Witness To Disaster | IN Close
 
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While covering the Oso landslide, Seattle PI.com photo journalist Josh Trujillo learned an eye opening lesson about nature's unpredictability and most of all, how people respond to disaster. Learn More: http://kcts9.org/programs/in-close/news/oso/witness-disaster By Enrique Cerna More about IN Close: http://kcts9.org/programs/in-close IN Close airs Thursdays at 7pm on KCTS 9. ___________________________ Connect with IN Close: Visit the IN Close webpage: http://KCTS9.org/in-close Like IN Close on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KCTS9INClose Follow IN Close on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KCTS9INClose Subscribe to IN Close on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/KCTS9InClose This current affairs series was made possible by viewers like you. Thank you! ___________________________
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Finding a Match with Cord Blood | IN Close
 
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Bone marrow donor matches are becoming increasingly difficult due to our diverse gene pool. Many blood cancer patients die waiting for a match to be found. Now, cord blood transplants are proving to be just as successful as bone marrow transplants, thanks to new research led by Dr. Colleen Delaney at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle. Here's a story of how this new research helped one young girl. IN Close airs Thursdays at 7pm on KCTS 9. ___________________________ Connect with IN Close: Visit the IN Close webpage: http://KCTS9.org/in-close Like IN Close on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KCTS9INClose Follow IN Close on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KCTS9INClose Subscribe to IN Close on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/KCTS9InClose This current affairs series was made possible by viewers like you. Thank you! ___________________________
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Food Waste & Climate Change: Seattle Cracks Down On Composting | IN Close
 
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About 40 percent of all the food produced in the United States is wasted -- and that has its drawbacks. It's expensive and it does a lot of environmental damage. When food waste gets to the landfill, it decomposes and releases methane, a greenhouse gas that's 25 times more potent than carbon dioxide. Even though composting programs are becoming more prevalent, food waste makes up 20 to 30 percent of what's in the trashcan in U.S. cities. Getting people to separate their food waste is proving difficult. In Seattle, the rate of recycling and composting has stagnated in recent years. City officials have decided it’s time to start fining residents who put food in the trashcan. Produced by Katie Campbell Additional reporting by Cassandra Profita Photography by Katie Campbell and Michael Werner Graphics by Madeleine Pisaneschi Edited by Katie Campbell
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Sound Transit 3: Proposition 1 Hopes to Create a Regional Rail Network
 
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How ST3 proposes to address the growing population and traffic congestion in Seattle and the Puget Sound. More on :https://kcts9.org/programs/in-close?utm_medium=web_utm_source=inclose-youtube
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The Other Washington’s Redskins | IN Close
 
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In their first season after a controversial name change from the Redskins to Redhawks, the Port Townsend football team tries to defeat their biggest rivals and unite their fractures community.
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'Hungry Ghost' by Little Star | Voice: A Trans Singer's Story
 
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A recording of 'Hungry Ghost' by Little Star after Julian Morris' transition. More on :https://kcts9.org/programs/in-close?utm_medium=web_utm_source=inclose-youtube
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Is Alaska Safe For Sea Stars? | IN Close
 
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A deadly disease has been wiping out West Coast starfish for more than a year. One place that has held off the disease the longest is Alaska. Researchers recently traveled there to search for new clues. “Almost everywhere we’ve looked in the last year, we’ve seen catastrophic losses of sea stars,” says Pete Raimondi, a biology professor at the University of California, Santa Cruz, who has been studying an alarming epidemic that’s been killing starfish by the millions. Raimondi’s team has been tracking the spread of the disease. They noticed signs of the disease in Sitka in the summer of 2013, but there hasn’t been a mass die-off until now. Scientists believe that warming water or an infectious pathogen, like a bacteria or virus, may be to blame, but no one knows for certain. Read more at: http://KCTS9.org/in-close IN Close airs Thursdays at 7pm on KCTS 9. ___________________________ Connect with IN Close: Visit the IN Close webpage: http://KCTS9.org/in-close Like IN Close on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KCTS9INClose Follow IN Close on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KCTS9INClose Subscribe to IN Close on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/KCTS9InClose This current affairs series was made possible by viewers like you. Thank you! ___________________________
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Bike Share Is Back in Seattle
 
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Past attempts at a bike share program in Seattle have flopped. Can Seattle’s newest app-based bike-shares succeed where others have failed? More on: https://kcts9.org/programs/in-close?utm_medium=web_utm_source=inclose-youtube
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Grinding Up Grocery Waste
 
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The U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates that supermarkets lose $15 billion a year in unsold fruits and vegetables. For many people, that might sound like a huge problem. But Larry LeSueur and Jose Lugo saw an opportunity. The two former Microsoft executives have been working on a new way to deal with grocery store food waste— turning it into a liquid fertilizer. They began the Redmond-based startup WISErg and created what they call a “harvester.” It’s a refrigerator-sized machine that is installed at supermarkets and used to grind up any food that’s not fit for sale. Produced by Katie Campbell Production support by Cassandra Profita Emma Dively Photography by Katie Campbell Edited by Katie Campbell
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Warriors to Guardians | IN Close
 
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The state police academy where new recruits come for basic training is embracing a new philosophy. It still teaches cops warrior skills, but also stresses a guardian mentality. The unique training approach might help diffuse escalating conflicts with words instead of weapons. IN Close airs Thursdays at 7pm on KCTS 9. ___________________________ Connect with IN Close: Visit the IN Close webpage: http://KCTS9.org/in-close Like IN Close on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KCTS9INClose Follow IN Close on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KCTS9INClose Subscribe to IN Close on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/KCTS9InClose This current affairs series was made possible by viewers like you. Thank you! ___________________________
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Making the Boats that Win
 
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In 1936, nine working-class young rowers from the University of Washington went to the Berlin Olympics and won gold, beating out Adolf Hitler’s elite German crew. It’s a riveting story that was captured in the bestselling book The Boys in the Boat by Daniel James Brown. The winning shell was called the Husky Clipper, made of cedar, spruce and ash and built by the legendary George Pocock. Historical Footage courtesy of Ulbrickson Family Collection.
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Armed & Teaching: Toppenish School Officials Carrying Guns
 
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In Toppenish, school administrators are carrying weapons during classroom hours - the first in our state to do so.
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Vietnamese Refugees in Washington | IN Close
 
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As Vietnamese refugees arrived in America, many of them settled in Washington State, thanks to former Gov. Dan Evans. Rochelle Nguyen, one of the first refugees that migrated to Washington, recounts her experience and how her family honored Evans. Last Days in Vietnam airs Tuesday, April 28 at 9 p.m. on KCTS 9. ___________________________ Connect with IN Close: Visit the IN Close webpage: http://KCTS9.org/in-close Like IN Close on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KCTS9INClose Follow IN Close on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KCTS9INClose Subscribe to IN Close on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/KCTS9InClose This current affairs series was made possible by viewers like you. Thank you! ___________________________
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For Seattle, A Desire Named Streetcar | IN Close
 
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Seattle is expanding its streetcar system to address transportation woes in the city's core, but critics say streetcars only make traffic worse. IN Close airs Thursdays at 7pm on KCTS 9. ___________________________ Connect with IN Close: Visit the IN Close webpage: http://KCTS9.org/in-close Like IN Close on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KCTS9INClose Follow IN Close on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KCTS9INClose Subscribe to IN Close on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/KCTS9InClose This current affairs series was made possible by viewers like you. Thank you! ___________________________
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It Takes a Village | IN Close
 
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For many aging seniors, a retirement home can feel like an unfamiliar and undesirable place to live. Fortunately, there are many new programs that allow seniors to receive help while living at home. The Villiage to Village network is one of these. IN Close airs Thursdays at 7pm. ___________________________ Connect with IN Close: Visit the IN Close webpage: http://KCTS9.org/in-close Like IN Close on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KCTS9INClose Follow IN Close on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KCTS9INClose Subscribe to IN Close on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/KCTS9InClose This current affairs series was made possible by viewers like you. Thank you! ___________________________
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Police Target Buyers to Fight Teen Sex Trafficking | IN Close
 
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It’s estimated that hundreds of teenagers are the victim of sex trafficking every year in Washington. Some are as young as 12 years old. Police have tried different tactics to combat the problem—arresting the girls, targeting the pimps… Now prosecutors are trying a new strategy—going after the buyers. The new penalties men will face if they are caught trying to solicit a prostitute, and how men who try to buy underage girls will be labeled “sex offenders.” IN Close airs Thursdays at 7pm on KCTS 9. ___________________________ Connect with IN Close: Visit the IN Close webpage: http://KCTS9.org/in-close Like IN Close on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KCTS9INClose Follow IN Close on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KCTS9INClose Subscribe to IN Close on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/KCTS9InClose This current affairs series was made possible by viewers like you. Thank you! ___________________________
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Preserving Police History
 
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The Seattle Metropolitan Police Museum takes visitors on a journey through the history of the Seattle Police Department and King County Sheriff’s Office. See the full story at http://kcts9.org/programs/in-close/preserving-police-history. More on: https://kcts9.org/programs/in-close?utm_medium=web_utm_source=inclose-youtube
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