Tunnels make a lot of people really anxious. Up to 15 percent of people, in fact.
In Ballard alone, there are 101,650 light bulbs illuminating the neighborhood for the holidays. But first, the neighborhood had to figure out how to foil the enemy of holiday lighting schemes: the squirrel.
Seattle's waterfront tunnel is scheduled to open in February after years of delays and millions of dollars in cost overruns.
KUOW Listener Erika Tobiason wanted to know what tree produces those pink fronds. So we arranged for her to meet tree expert, Arthur Lee Jacobson. Jacobson is author of "Trees of Green Lake."
KUOW listener Richard Smith thought he knew the answer but wanted to be sure: What’s the worst day of the week for traffic?
Meet Trooper Chuck. He's pulled over the most distracted drivers, staring at their cellphones, than any other state trooper in Washington. 365 drivers in the course of a year. The troopers ticket more than 2000 distracted drivers every month. Please don't let this podcast distract you while you are driving.
Listener Megan Reznicek asked KUOW’s SoundQs team: "Are other states trending toward vote-by-mail systems. Or are we an anomaly?"
Can you drink that water that was bottled years ago? We brought in experts to help us answer a listener question about earthquake preparedness.
Campaigns are spending record amounts of money on ads that border on the ghoulish.