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What is the story behind the stories reported by our local journalists? How did they find the story? What surprised them in the course of their reporting? Who is willing to talk and who is not? What does it mean to the public? We get answers to those questions and other fascinating insights from reporters in this timely and concise interview series. A production of KCTS 9 public media, which brings you the PBS experience of high-quality drama, news, documentaries, science, kids programming a ...
 
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Crosscut.com reporter David Kroman tells KCTS 9’s Enrique Cerna the inside story of how he captured the details of a frantic race to halt deportations from Sea-Tac Saturday night. The drama played out as protesters and lawmakers descended upon the airport to protest their opposition to President Trump’s executive order imposing an immigrant ban on …
 
On this edition of Reporter’s Notebook, Crosscut.com city reporter David Kroman talks with KCTS 9’s Enrique Cerna about the Seattle police shooting of Che Taylor last February. Kroman obtained the entire dash-cam recording of the shooting. His story examines the police response after the shooting and the length of time it took for Taylor to be give…
 
In this edition of Reporter’s Notebook, KCTS 9 intern Peter Choi talks about his recent personal essay about the Seattle Pacific University shooting and how the shooting shook his belief in America. Peter, an international student from South Korea, lost his close friend Paul Lee in the June 5, 2014 shooting. Lee was shot and killed by Aaron Ybarra,…
 
On this edition of Reporter’s Notebook, Crosscut staff reporter David Kroman talks with KCTS 9’s Enrique Cerna about his recent stories from Eastern Washington, where he talked with residents of the small farming town of Ritzville, Wash, where Donald Trump received 77 percent of the vote. We learn about their support of Trump and how the state’s ea…
 
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray unveiled his 2017 budget this week amid the chants of protesters outside of Seattle City Council chambers. The Mayor’s budget places an emphasis on the hiring of more police officers, the shortage of affordable housing, and the homelessness crisis. KCTS 9’s Enrique Cerna breaks down the Mayor’s budget with Crosscut.com’s Cit…
 
Penny LeGate is one of the 32 members of King County’s Heroin and Opioid Addiction Task Force. In 2012, she lost her 19-year-old daughter, Marah Williams, to a heroin overdose. She spoke with KCTS 9’s Enrique Cerna about the task force recommendations and the need to view heroin and opioid addiction as a serious public health crisis.…
 
It has been nearly a year since Seattle Mayor Ed Murray and King County Executive Dow Constantine declared a “state of emergency” over homelessness. Murray and Constantine promised more expenditures and more services to address the problem.Since then, the homeless population has continued to increase with the last one-night count finding some 3,000…
 
In this episode of Reporter’s Notebook, KCTS 9’s Enrique Cerna talks with Political Analyst Joni Balter about Republican gubernatorial candidate Bill Bryant and his decision to finally come out against Donald Trump. What took him so long? Will it help give a boost to his campaign as he seeks to make up ground against incumbent Democratic Governor J…
 
Crosscut.com Managing Editor Drew Atkins talks with KCTS 9’s Enrique Cerna about his reporting on the Trump financial donors in Washington State. Who are they? How do they really feel about the candidate? What prompted them to contribute to Trump’s presidential campaign? We also examine the Trump effect on fundraising for Republican candidates in W…
 
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