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The Record: Wednesday, February 14, 2018


A top Seattle immigration enforcement official is accused of stealing the identities of immigrants. KUOW's Liz Jones has the story.

Part of a Tacoma park has been renamed for the author of the sci-fi classic Dune. Why? Because of the toxic poison. (Don't worry, it's been cleaned up.) We'll talk to parks commissioner Erik Hanberg.

Vancouver Sun columnist Vaughn Palmer tells the story of a fight over an oil pipeline between two Canadian provinces. It also involves chardonnay.

And you'll meet interim Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best, and Glynn Washington, host of the public radio show Snap Judgment and a new podcast about the apocalyptic Heaven's Gate cult.

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