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ChokepointsReport: Seattle is still operating without a proper traffic plan
Though the Seattle Department of Transportation did submitted recommendations for a traffic plan to, a spokesperson was unaware of the actual result.
NEW ChokepointsLane-splitting bill for motorcycles gets major tweak
The senator who proposed a bill that would allow lane-splitting in the far left lane of a freeway heard enough complaints to make a big change.
NEW MyNorthwest'This is how we bring accountability to Sound Transit'
A bill that passed the Senate floor Wednesday morning would "bring more accountability" to Sound Transit, its sponsor says.
KIRO 7Rising costs forcing would-be millennial homebuyers out
A report shows millennials now make up almost half of all homebuyers in the country and many are choosing to buy in the suburbs over the city.
Feliks Banel, KIRO RadioRemembering the ghost towns of Seattle baseball
For years, the Mariners have set up shop in Peoria, Arizona. But go back 90 years or so, and spring training for Seattle’s pro baseball team was a little less predictable.
Jason and Burns, KIRO RadioMeet Seattle's mermaids ... and merman
Yes. There are people in Seattle who call themselves mermaids. And Jason and Burns Show producer Jacob took a swim with them. He's a merman now.
Associated PressAP FACT CHECK: Trump takes credit he hasn't earned
Here's a look at how truthful President Donald Trump was Tuesday night when talking about corporate job expansion, military cost-savings and the economy.
Associated PressWells Fargo offers to end Seattle’s banking contract now
Wells Fargo is offering the City of Seattle the chance to break its banking contract now, before it expires at the end of 2018.
Rachel Belle, KIRO RadioThe Peanut app: It's like a dating app for like-minded moms
After launching two dating apps, this mom created the Peanut app to make sure that isolated mothers could find like-minded friends.
MyNorthwest16 years after Nisqually quake: Are we ready for the 'Big One'?
On Feb. 28, 2011, the Nisqually quake struck, causing damage across Western Washington. Our state's preparedness has been called "inadequate."
MyNorthwestDespite fears of misuse, Seattle council funds police body-cam program
All Seattle officers will be wearing body cameras by the end of the year, despite concerns expressed by the ACLU that the footage could be used by the feds.
KTTHKneelgate: Is this actually an issue?
A picture of Kellyanne Conway kneeling on a coach in the White House with her shoes on is raising eyebrows.
Ron and Don, KIRO RadioProsecutor: Hundreds of local kids are sex trafficking victims
Val Richey with the King County Prosecutor's Office believes hundreds of local, young children are victims of sex trafficking.
Local NewsState-owned banks is the idea lawmakers love to kill
Sen. Bob Hasegawa’s state-bank idea has died in Washington for the fifth session in a row. “It is like Groundhog Day,” Hasegawa said laughing.
Danny O'Neil, 710 ESPN SeattleO’Neil: How much of Sherman’s nonsense will Seahawks tolerate?
After Richard Sherman's most recent comments, the question becomes whether the Seahawks are willing to overlook his stubborn behavior.
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- ResearchGate reports $52 million funding round, including cash from Bill Gates
- Amazon Web Services outage reveals critical lack of redundancy across the internet
- Watch Uber CEO Travis Kalanick have it out with a driver over the direction of the company