NEW Jason and Burns, KIRO RadioRantz: We're owed an apology (and $1.4 million) over failed bike share
Despite knowing that a statistically insignificant number of people used the Pronto! bike-share program, Seattle spent $1.4 million.
NEW MyNorthwestLegal group says criticism of Gig Harbor nativity scene is 'un-American'
One national organization threatened legal action over Gig Harbor's nativity scene. Now another national legal organization has come to town.
NEW MyNorthwestThese Seattle elite top list of world's richest people
Some may be no surprise, others may not. Seattle has connections to the recently released list of the world's richest people.
NEW Local NewsKing County rolls out first phase of food safety ratings program
Restaurants in King County will have food safety signs in their windows that clearly indicate how they scored in their latest safety inspections.
MyNorthwestWashington is about to get 'Hawaii-like' with warm rain
Washington weather is about to strike with warm temperatures and heavy rain from the coast to the mountains over the coming week.
Associated PressSenators Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell rapped for drug import votes
Washington’s two Democratic senators are being criticized for their votes against a proposal aimed at making it easier to import inexpensive prescription drugs from Canada.
Brady Henderson, 710 ESPN SeattleWillson, Hauschka among 14 Seahawks to become free agents
Answering questions about his impending free agency, Seahawks tight end Luke Willson hit the familiar notes for a player in his situation.
MyNorthwestWhy Gov. Inslee's education budget is 'dead on arrival'
Gov. Jay Inslee's proposal to fund education in Washington is "dead on arrival" according to one education expert who has worked in the system.
Michael Lewis, KIRO RadioMayor Ed Murray re-election campaign has everything but an opponent
Local names have been floated at one point or another -- all have given zero indication that a run against Mayor Ed Murray is likely.
MyNorthwestSuspect captured after fatal shooting in South Seattle
Officers with the Seattle Police Department were dispatched to an apartment in the 8400 block of Rainier Avenue South just after 10 p.m. Sunday following a fatal shooting.
MyNorthwestMount Vernon police officer will 'most likely' be blind
Wounded Mount Vernon police officer Mike McClaughry may live out the rest of his life blind, according to the latest update from his family.
MyNorthwestNursing student calls Tent City 3 'best thing ever' for UW
University of Washington nursing students volunteered to wash and mend the feet of homeless neighbors at Tent City 3, currently on campus.
- Carroll: Fans who want Bevell gone 'don’t know what they’re talking about’
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- Baldwin on end of Seahawks' season: 'It's kind of like mourning right now'
- Seahawks sign 10 players to futures contracts
- Eastern Washington coach Beau Baldwin takes OC job at Cal
- Power returns after for more than 22K Seattle City Light customers lose electricity
- Attorney General proposes bipartisan bill to end Washington's death penalty
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- Suspect captured after fatal shooting in South Seattle
- Mount Vernon police officer will 'most likely' be blind