Michael MedvedMedved: No, actually, this is what democracy looks like
Between protestors and Donald Trump's inauguration, many are saying "this is what democracy looks like." But some are just plain wrong when they say it.
Jason and Burns, KIRO RadioThe man who sold out UW while attracting crowds of protesters
Alt-right figure Milo Yiannopoulos will speak at a sold-out event at the University of Washington Friday evening.
KIRO RadioSeattle will try again to legalize marijuana deliveries across state
The City of Seattle will once again push for legal marijuana delivery but this time for the entire state. The legislation is expected to be introduced soon.
MyNorthwestWoman who allegedly threatened Gov. Jay Inslee now in custody
A woman accused of threatening Governor Jay Inslee is in custody. The state patrol wouldn't elaborate on the alleged threat.
MyNorthwestPeople at Town Hall Seattle 'too upset to speak' after Trump sworn in
Only a few dozen people gathered at Town Hall Seattle to watch the inauguration of Donald Trump Friday morning, and several were visibly upset.
Dave Ross, KIRO RadioRoss: Finally, we find out if Donald Trump was the right pick
Dave Ross hopes things go well with Trump. But if they don’t, the same people who chanted "lock her up" could easily change the pronoun.
Rachel Belle, KIRO RadioSeattle women explain why they are going to the The Women’s March in DC
The Women's March on Washington is expecting more than 200,000 participants, including people from Seattle. We talked with three of them.
MyNorthwestShooter still on the loose after injuring 3 at The Crocodile
Three people were shot in Seattle's Belltown neighborhood Thursday evening, according to police. The extent of injuries is still unknown.
MyNorthwestACLU files lawsuit against Seattle, WSDOT over homeless sweeps
Representing four parties, the ACLU filed a lawsuit against Seattle and WSDOT for homeless sweeps of encampments, and the loss of property.
MyNorthwestTwo safe injection sites approved for Seattle, King County
King County officials approved a plan for two safe injection sites for addicts -- one approach to remedy the heroin crisis.
John Curley, KIRO RadioCurley’s radical idea to help Seattle's homeless crisis
KIRO Radio's John Curley floats an idea to counter Seattle's homeless problem that borrows from the new Democracy voucher system.
Chris Sullivan, KIRO RadioThis legislation is the 'low-key way' to make sure everybody can drive
In one year, your Washington state driver's license will no longer get you on an airplane or into a federal facility.
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