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Stories for April 18, 2011
"The Silence," which airs on KCTS 9 at 9 p.m. on Tuesday (April 19), tells a powerful story of the suffering and recovery of an Alaska village where 80 percent of the children were abused by the clergy.READ MORE 7 COMMENTS
Salary cuts may bypass full-time faculty, so part-timers likely will bear the pain.READ MORE 15 COMMENTS
A dingy strip lined with old warehouses was remade into a tree-lined boulevard with bike lanes and wide-open views. Of course, traffic is still at a standstill.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Chronic financial problems force the board to make a hard call, canceling the remainder of this season and taking time to regroup.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
The presidents of the state's universities are united in stressing the need for adequate higher education funding, a key to the state's future. But they seem to want to ignore the state's revenue problem.READ MORE 6 COMMENTS
An early handicapping of the strengths and weaknesses of the candidates. The likely nominees still haven't honed compelling messages, giving some room for challengers.READ MORE 21 COMMENTS
Gov. Gregoire appears to have given up on the comprehensive reforms she demanded in January. San Juan Islands legislators are talking about the best session in a long time.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
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