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Local news explained. Get up to speed on the stories shaping Seattle, every morning at 6 a.m. Hosted by Patricia Murphy and produced by KUOW.

Most Recent Episodes

Casual Friday: Flour is the new toilet paper

Another week, another shot at making sense of what life is like now with APM editor Phyllis Fletcher and Seattle Times food writer Tan Vinh.

Coronavirus jams with KEXP's John Richards

KEXP's morning show host John Richards has been helping listeners through breakups, deaths and loneliness for more than a decade — now they're going on a new journey together. Guest: John Richards, KEXP Morning Show DJ and Associate Program Director.

Nurses get creative

If you planned on seeing a doctor in the next month or so, chances are you'll need to wait.

I had coronavirus

Be honest, how many times in the past few weeks have you suspected you had COVID-19? We talk with a Seattle woman who actually did have it, and recovered.

Checking in with Dr. Clyde

Harvard infectious disease expert Dr. Clyde Crumpacker is back to assess the coronavirus situation here. And why can you still buy an N95 mask in a store when there aren't enough to go around at hospitals?

Casual Friday: Don't eat the corona snacks

We get together to digest another relentless week of local news with KUOW's Jeannie Yandel and Salon TV critic Melanie McFarland.

Green Lake

Public health experts say the extraordinary measures we're taking to slow the novel coronavirus could go on for months. We meet a UW psychologist at Green Lake to hear about ways to stay mentally healthy in an uncertain time.

Takeout's time to shine

Foodies of Seattle, you still have options. But the city's restaurants are down to skeleton crews and getting creative to survive a two-week shutdown. We'll meet one restaurant owner hoping your take-out business will help his business — and remaining employees — make it through.

Not having it

Is there someone in your life who isn't taking the coronavirus situation as seriously as you would like them to? We talk about what you should know when trying to get through to them.

Jesus has entered the chat

In a crisis, many people turn to their faith for strength and guidance. But the coronavirus pandemic is stopping congregations from... well, congregating. How are faith communities keeping themselves healthy and connected in the face of social distancing?

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