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caption: Paige Browning, Bill Radke, David Kroman and Carolyn Bick ready to discuss the week's news.
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Paige Browning, Bill Radke, David Kroman and Carolyn Bick ready to discuss the week's news.
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New budgets, bridge repairs, and Thanksgiving advice, this week

Bill Radke reviews the week's news with South Seattle Emerald's Carolyn Bick, Crosscut's David Kroman and KUOW's Paige Browning.



Thanksgiving is coming and you don't want to bring Covid to your holiday gathering. But the solution to that isn't get tested, it's don't gather. The governor has said we're not supposed to travel for Thanksgiving or even be indoors with people from outside our household. But is the state doing enough to enforce that directive?

Plus, after being grounded for nearly two years following two deadly crashes, this week the FAA signed off on letting the Boeing 737 MAX fly again. What does this mean for Boeing?

Also, the Seattle city council has not cut the Seattle Police Department's budget by 50%, as some members pledged to earlier this year. Why the change of heart?

Finally, the West Seattle Bridge will officially be repaired, not replaced. Is anyone against that decision, or is the city in agreement?