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Casual Friday: 'Slightly normal in a completely abnormal place'
Seattle elementary schoolers are back in classrooms, but we're far from back to normal. This week we talk school madness, separation anxiety and one working mom who was called out big time for multitasking.
Seattleites hit the road for vaccines
With appointments still limited, some Seattleites are hitting the road to find vaccines outside the city. KUOW’s Esmy Jimenez tells us how it's playing out at a mass vaccination site in Yakima.
Rewriting the city's guns story
America has a gun violence problem. It’s an epidemic that hits every community, on some level. But how we view gun violence changes a lot depending on where it happens… and who it happens to.
Pro tips on helping kids readjust to school
Seattle elementary students got a taste of “new normal” yesterday. They’re back in the classroom for the first time in over a year. We talk with child psychologist Dr. Lauren Silvers about how parents can help support the transition back to in-person school.
Amazon won't abandon the office
Amazon is signaling a return to "office-based culture" by fall. That has some employees considering their options, while downtown businesses say it can't happen soon enough. We talk with Seattle Times business and tech reporter Katherine Khashimova Long.
Casual Friday with Chase Burns and John Moe
This week, we started counting down to wide-open vaccine eligibility, Amazon ticked off some workers by expecting them to come back to the office and Seattle got cast in a new Steven Soderbergh movie.
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