A gunman killed at least 19 children and 2 adults at a Texas elementary school. The 18-year-old gunman is also dead, police said.
Vocalist Halie Loren returns to Seattle's Jazz Alley on May 31. She talks with KNKX's Robin Lloyd about pursuing the craft of songwriting in Nashville, going from a desk job to the international music scene and developing her next studio album.
In February, students from King Danylo University in Ukraine were scheduled to begin a business tourism class offered in conjunction with Washington State University. The timing was all wrong but the Ukrainian students persevered, some even found the class a welcome escape.
Olympia correspondent Austin Jenkins discusses his reporting on cases where parents decide to send their children with developmental disabilities to out-of-state, therapeutic boarding schools after exhausting their options in Washington. He found these cases highlight institutional gaps in key support services for these families, a problem only made worse during the pandemic.
A subset of staff at the massive video game company Activision Blizzard voted to join the Communication Workers of America. The vote comes as Activision Blizzard is being purchased by Microsoft.
U.S. Department of Energy officials have released an environmental study for the Versatile Test Reactor, a proposed nuclear test reactor to be built in eastern Idaho that backers say is needed to revamp the nation’s fading nuclear power industry by developing safer fuel and power plants. It would be the first new test reactor built in the U.S. in decades.
Amazon is planning to sublease some of its warehouse space because the pandemic-fueled surge in online shopping has slowed. That surge helped the e-commerce giant rake in soaring profits in the past two years. But as the worst of the pandemic eased, Amazon found itself with too much warehouse space and too many workers.
Keyboard player and composer Peter Adams releases his quartet album "Refuge" on Friday, recorded while battling cancer through the pandemic years.
This year's winner is a songwriter from Boston, Mass., whose winning song is an ode to feeling like she doesn't fit neatly into any one box.
- New music from Flora Purim and the Spanish Harlem Orchestra
- Josean Jacobo unveils music from his Afro-Dominican heritage with "Herencia Criolla"
- Cuban pianist Aldo López Gavilán will play concerts in Kirkland, Tacoma and Puyallup
- Guitarist Luis Mario Ochoa pays tribute to prolific Cuban composer Ernesto Lecuona
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