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51m 39s

The Otherside

This Monday, viewers will get a closer look at what the hip-hop scene in Seattle sounds like. The Otherside features concert footage and personal interviews with some of the biggest names in the hip-hop community, including early game changers like Sir Mix-A-Lot and DJ Nasty Nes, as well as those currently taking the world by storm like Macklemore and Ryan Lewis.

53m 9s

Latinos (en Español)

Enrique Cerna, de KCTS 9, hijo de inmigrantes mexicanos, dibuja la trayectoria de sus raíces en el valle de Yakima y explora la creciente presencia y aportes de los latinos que contribuyen a moldear el futuro del estado de Washington.

53m 8s

Latinos: The Changing Face of Washington

KCTS 9's Enrique Cerna, the son of Mexican immigrants, traces his Yakima Valley roots and explores the growing presence and contributions of Latinos who are helping to shape the future of Washington state.

26m 48s

COAL

The Northwest is square in the middle of a controversial global debate: Should the region build export terminals that would open lucrative markets for the world’s dirtiest fossil fuel at a time when the planet is facing a climate crisis? As the U.S. economy continues to struggle, can the country afford not to?

26m 46s

Undamming the Elwha

KCTS 9 and EarthFix chronicle the historic removal of two dams from the Elwha River, and show how it will impact people, salmon and the environment for years to come.

26m 7s

I'm Not Les: A Transgender Story

For almost 70 years, Sherri hid herself from the world. Everyone knew her as Les, a welder, a husband and a father. She was a biological male, but her physical gender didn't match the way she felt about who she was. Like many people in this country living with Gender Identity disorder, she was ostracized, harassed, and abused throughout her life.

29m 59s

Prescription for Abuse: Panel Discussion

Dr. Alex Cahana, Chris Johnson, Dr. Gary Franklin, Dr. Andrew Saxon, Jennifer Sabel, Sean Riley, and Carol Smith talk about the growing problem of prescription drug abuse

26m 46s

Prescription for Abuse

KCTS 9 and InvestigateWest report on the alarming increase in prescription-drug abuse in Washington state, looking at doctors who overprescribe, the lack of regulation or treatment options, and how this epidemic is affecting teenagers, seniors and middle-class families.

4m 50s

Interview with Ward Serrill, Director of Something in the...

"Something in the Water," directed by Ward Serrill (The Heart of the Game), explores why the Seattle area continues to originate so much great music. The mini-documentary features performances by "The Head and the Heart," "Macklemore," "Shabazz Palaces" and more.

13m 0s

Something in the Water

"Something in the Water," directed by Ward Serrill (The Heart of the Game), explores why the Seattle area continues to originate so much great music. The mini-documentary features performances by "The Head and the Heart," "Macklemore," "Shabazz Palaces" and more.

26m 49s

Land of Beauty & Bounty

Exploring how landscape paintings and photographs of the late 19th Century fueled the world's fascination with the Western Frontier, shaped America's concept of the Northwest Territories, and provided fodder for debates about stewardship of our "magnificent, untamed wilderness."

29m 25s

Students of Change: Los del '68

In 1968, a group of Mexican-American youth left Yakima Valley and entered the University of Washington. This documentary is the universal story of overcoming social and economic obstacles.

26m 15s

The Whole World Was Watching

Nov. 30, 2009 marks the 10th anniversary of the first tumultuous day in 1999, when thousands of protestors disrupted and finally shut down the international meeting of the World Trade Organization in Seattle. In this documentary, KCTS 9 Producer John DeGraaf reflects on the events by interviewing former Seattle Mayor Paul Schell and Police Chief Norm Stamper.

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