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  • Pike Place Fish Company Local News

    Iconic Pike Place Fish Company under new ownership by some of its own managers

    Pike Place Fish Company in Seattle’s Pike Place Market, now synonymous with Seattle after they unofficially branded its fish tossing, was sold to a group of four managers who have collectively worked there for decades.
  • Green Lake Dori Monson

    Green Lake 'free hugs' man allegedly pepper-sprays toddler, father

    A man notorious for taking photos of sunbathing women at Green Lake allegedly attacked a father and his 2-year-old daughter with pepper spray at the Seattle park on Wednesday evening.
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    I'm begging you not to Ride the Ducks

    Seventeen people were killed in an accident involving a Ride The Ducks boat in Missouri. KIRO Radio's Ron Upshaw says no one should Ride the Ducks, ever.
  • Former Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn Local News

    Former Seattle mayor compares cutting bicycle brake lines to arson

    Cutting the bicycle brake lines is the same as arson, according to a former Seattle mayor.
  • detention center Local News

    New plans to reunite migrant parents at Northwest Detention Center with children

    Some migrant parents who are being detained at the Northwest Detention Center in Tacoma will begin the process to be reunited with their children, according to The Seattle Times.
  • Tom Tangney

    'Mamma Mia 2' not nearly as terrible as the original

    'Mamma Mia 2' senses the original used up all the good Abba songs and tries to make up for it with over-the top productions of the two big hits that didn't make the first film's storyline.
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    At stake in the Kavanaugh fight: Rule by the people

    Justice Kavanaugh’s confirmation will convey a powerful message that in America, it’s the people who rule, not all-powerful judicial elites.
  • Local News

    Boylston Fire grows to 70,000 acres

    A fast-growing wildfire has shut down the eastbound lanes of I-90 near Ellensburg.
  • gun storage law Dori Monson

    Second Amendment Foundation sues Seattle over gun storage law

    Alan Gottlieb of the Second Amendment Foundation tells Dori that the foundation plans to sue the City of Seattle over its new gun storage law. Gottlieb contends that the law is illegal.
  • Tacoma business Dori Monson

    Tacoma business forced to hire 24-hour security to fight theft

    A family-owned Tacoma business has had to hire 'round-the-clock security to combat a string of thefts that the optician shop has experienced in recent years.
  • Dori Monson

    Olympia bowling alley declares 'open season' on tweakers

    The owner of an Olympia bowling alley put up a provocative sign to send a strong message to the criminals who are trespassing on his property.
  • van, capitol hill Dori Monson

    Camper-like van stolen from tourists in Seattle's Capitol Hill

    A Las Vegas family took a trip to Seattle to see their son and tour some of Washington's national parks. But their vacation was ruined when thieves stole their van-turned-camper from a Capitol Hill parking lot.
  • CTE, football Ron and Don

    Ron: A few things to consider as football training camp starts

    Football training camp is about to start and it is exciting. But it also forces NFL fans to consider a few unsettling factors about their favorite sport and athletes.
  • bombing, explosion, Woodinville Local News

    Explosion that destroyed mailboxes being investigated as felony bombing

    Multiple mailboxes were destroyed, and brush and trees burned in a Woodinville neighborhood in what the King County Sheriff’s Office is investigating as a felony bombing.
  • Dori Monson

    Dori: Can anyone diagram Mike O'Brien's sentence?

    Dori asks his grammar-loving listeners to help him diagram a perplexing, rambling sentence from Seattle City Councilmember Mike O'Brien.
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