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Friday’s Northwest Now highlights Youth Apprenticeship Program

As the cost for tuition at four-year universities continues to skyrocket, so does the dismay among high school students who wish to continue their education after graduation. But now there's a new option for those...

KBTC’s Northwest Now: Attorney General Ferguson discusses current administration, lawsuits and more

President Trump has been in office for less than a year, and already Washington state's Attorney General Bob Ferguson has filed 18 lawsuits against recent actions the administration has taken. Tune in to KBTC's Northwest...

KBTC’s Northwest Now focuses on Pierce County growth in 2016

When it comes to growth in Western Washington and Pierce County, 2016 was a big year. In this edition of Northwest Now, the public affairs show explores the Pierce County/Tacoma economy. We'll hear from President...
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KBTC’s Northwest Now explores two ballot measures: car tabs and affirmative action

In November, Washington voters will decide on two crucial ballot measures, one potentially lowering the rates of car tabs back down to $30, and the other deciding the fate of affirmative action in our...

KBTC’s Northwest Now highlights South Hill brothers’ work with technology for amputees

Two brothers in South Hill are building global reputations for the work they're doing to deliver new technology to amputees. While we're all familiar with the large running 'spring' used by competitive athletes, they're of...

Student eNews: Week of June 4

This Week on Campus Welcome back!!! Welcome back students, staff and faculty, make this quarter a great one! Native American Day – Today 4PM – 6PM, Central/Mohler Campus We would like to introduce to the community the...

Campus stores transition to Barnes & Noble College

Both Downtown and South Campus Stores will be closed beginning Monday, May 23. On Wednesday, June 1, the stores will reopen as part of Barnes & Noble College. What if I have to pick up...
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Bates Foundation awards $10,000 in mini grants

The Bates Foundation has announced the mini-grant recipients for 2014-2015. A total of seven projects were funded totaling $10,000. The purpose of the mini grant awards is to fund innovative and unique projects or...

Northwest Now on KBTC: human trafficking in the Pacific Northwest

Washington state continues to be a hotbed for human trafficking, where victims are abused sexually or exploited for forced labor. January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month, and on this edition of Northwest Now, we’ll hear...

The Boeing Company the focus of KBTC’s Northwest Now, Friday, July 1

For decades, Boeing has been one of the biggest employers in Western Washington. This year, the aerospace giant is celebrating its 100th birthday, but amidst the celebration, there's growing concern with employees about the...