NEW MyNorthwestIs naming these Sound Transit stations really that hard?
Sound Transit is asking for public help naming new light rail stations. Logically, one would just name them for their location. But it's not that simple.
MyNorthwestThe Puget Sound region could finally get some sun
If you've been longing for a warm day in the Seattle area, you just might be in luck at the end of the week.
MyNorthwestFederal funding for 'Big One' prep is 'conceivably' in jeopardy
The relationship between Washington state and the federal government has been relatively unstable. Will that come back to bite us when the "Big One" hits?
Feliks Banel, KIRO RadioDemolition reveals gargoyles and questions at Seattle Center
The seemingly needless destruction of long-hidden gargoyles has become something of a symbol for what happened last week in spite of years of preparation by the Seattle Opera.
KIRO 7Video reveals flawed anchor cables on 520 bridge
Video from beneath Lake Washington shows what inspectors saw as they drove a remote camera over the anchor cables on the 520 bridge.
Jason Rantz, KIRO RadioRantz: City of Seattle values trees over your safety
It appears the City of Seattle cares more about some trees than they do about citizen safety, KIRO Radio's Jason Rantz says.
MyNorthwestState lawmakers consider changing property tax cap
Lawmakers in Olympia are targeting the 1-percent property tax cap and are proposing a new structure to allow for higher hikes.
Dave Ross, KIRO RadioThe latest problem with that little black box in your house
The bill rolling back Internet privacy protections means service providers will voluntarily let you opt-out of data collection but won’t legally have to.
Colleen O'Brien, KIRO RadioHundreds attend self-defense class after hearing woman's terrifying story
Hundreds of people attended a class to learn the techniques that Kelly Herron used to survive her terrifying struggle with a rapist in a bathroom at Golden Gardens Park.
MyNorthwestWATCH: Behind the scenes of Seattle’s homelessness pilot
New York's What Works Cities helped Seattle develop a pilot program to tackle homelessness. Now the nonprofit is telling the behind-the-scenes story.
Rachel Belle, KIRO RadioHigh schoolers build new tiny house village for Seattle's homeless
The Low Income Housing Institute is putting 40 tiny houses on a piece of their land near Aurora to house about 70 homeless people in Seattle.
Associated PressJudge approves release of jailed Seattle-area 'dreamer'
An immigration judge ruled that a Mexican man who has spent more than 6 weeks in immigration detention can be released from custody pending his deportation proceedings.
MyNorthwestBertha could breach two months early
Bertha is very close to reaching the surface and may reach topside by March 31, according to the Washington State Department of Transportation.
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