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  • gesser Local News

    Reports: WSU's Jason Gesser resigns after sexual misconduct allegations

    Jason Gesser, former star quarterback at Washington State University, has resigned as assistant athletic director for the Cougar Athletic Fund, according to The Seattle Times.
  • Dori Monson

    KIRO 7's Gary Horcher weighs in on downtown Seattle Target rampage

    A man conducted a violent rampage at the downtown Seattle Target, stealing and vandalizing the store. KIRO 7's Gary Horcher tells Dori that the thief came to Seattle from Texas and listed his home as the Compass shelter.
  • affordable housing Ron and Don

    Why isn't Seattle building affordable housing?

    As summer turns to fall on another year, can we please have some leaders that stop talking about affordable housing and start building affordable housing?
  • Renton Local News

    Woman serving eviction notice shot in head in Renton

    Police responded Tuesday afternoon to a shooting in Renton, in the area of 2700 NE 9th Street.
  • safe injection sites Local News

    Supreme Court considers initiative controversy around safe injection sites

    A controversial initiative, blocked by the City of Seattle and a King County judge, is now before Washington state's Supreme Court. Organizers have hope that they will get I-27 on the ballot.
  • cat killer Local News

    Cat Killer reward rises to $53K, continues to grow

    The reward to find Thurston County's infamous cat killer has risen, once again, to $53,000. It will likely continue to grow as advocates are accepting ongoing donations to the fund.
  • work Dave Ross

    Ross: Do we still need a 40-hour work week?

    It's been about 40 years since the first desktop computers which were suppose to make work more efficient. Do we still need a 40-hour, five-day work week?
  • seattle traffic, congestion pricing Dori Monson

    Dori: Jenny Durkan wants to punish families with congestion pricing

    Jenny Durkan's plan for congestion pricing is a careful strategy to force families out of Seattle so that the population is disconnected and therefore easier for government to control.
  • climate change, Durkan Jason Rantz

    Rantz: Out of touch Mayor Durkan dismisses her boss

    Though I wasn’t holding my breath, I had hoped that Mayor Jenny Durkan would end the city’s obsession with pushing a transit-at-all-costs message, but alas, she’s out of touch with drivers.
  • car tab fee Jason Rantz

    Is Washington closer to getting a $30 car tab fee?

    Conservative activist Tim Eyman believes we are close to getting a flat $30 car tab fee, and alleges he is being targeted by the state for his politics.
  • rape kits, dna testing Dori Monson

    Lynnwood business owner uses 10 percent minority status to gain benefits

    A Lynnwood business owner is trying to gain benefits after finding out through a DNA test that he is 10 percent minority.
  • seattle families KIRO Nights

    More Seattle families earn $200K than those earning less than $50K

    Seattle families earning $200,000 now outnumber those earning less than $50,000.
  • viaduct Local News

    Seattle's Alaskan Way Viaduct to close in January 2019

    The replacement tunnel for the Alaskan Way Viaduct through Seattle will open in early 2019, after the viaduct closes and snarls traffic through downtown.
  • safeco Local News

    Compromise measure secures Mariners, disappoints Seattle tourism industry

    The fight over how much public money to use for fixes at Safeco Field should finally be resolved Monday as the King County Council votes on a compromise.
  • seattle traffic, congestion pricing Local News

    Seattle Mayor Durkan gets funding to study congestion pricing

    Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan plans to use recently obtained grant money to study how to implement congestion pricing in parts of the city to ease troublesome traffic.
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