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Seattle Public School Superintendent Denise Juneau listens during a public meeting to address concerns about abusive teachers within the Seattle Public School system on Thursday, February 13, 2020, at the Quincy Jones Performing Arts Center at Garfield High School in Seattle.
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How Seattle schools are prepping for distance learning

Seattle Public Schools Superintendent Denise Juneau and Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan take your calls. Boeing gets a hand from the federal government. And Governor Inslee has an update on how the state is tracking Covid-19 cases.

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Seattle Public Schools Superintendent Denise Juneau

Seattle Public Schools Superintendent Denise Juneau takes your calls.

Austin Jenkins, Governor Inslee's Update

KUOW's Austin Jenkins gives us an update on how WA actions are helping flatten the curve, and the hope the Governor sees.

Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan

Bill Radke talks to Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan about unemployment in Seattle and essential businesses.

Boeing with Aaron Gregg

Bill Radke talks to Washington Post reporter Aaron Gregg about the Boeing loans in the Senate's historic coronavirus stimulus package.