NEW Ron and Don, KIRO RadioFamily argues that Seattle bike policy led to cyclist's death
The family of cyclist Desiree McCloud is suing the city for a Seattle bike policy and notoriously dangerous trolley tracks.
NEW Dave Ross, KIRO RadioRoss: Sick of being tracked by Google? Pay with cash
Google’s corporate code begins with the words “Don’t Be Evil.” But it says nothing about being nosy.
Mike Lewis, KIRO RadioFormer Pearl Jam practice space, Black Dog Forge getting the boot out of Belltown
A historic music space Black Dog is where Seattle legends crafted their songs. It's about to be lost to development. Some are trying to save it.
MyNorthwestTimely Seattle police conference held after 36th shooting
The Seattle Police Department held a briefing on the increased gun violence in the city this year.
Michael Medved, KTTHMedved: President Trump's budget won't pass as is
What jumps out of President Donald Trump's budget plan is the cuts to services for the poor.
KIRO RadioSteve Ballmer warns voters of Seattle income tax fallout
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer explains what will, and what won't, help the Seattle area be an economically successful region.
KIRO 7Fight over plans to build high-rise development in International District
A fight is brewing over plans to build a high-rise development in Seattle's Chinatown-International District.
MyNorthwestTacoma mayor defends bathrooms, water for homeless
Weeks after clearing out an infamous homeless encampment, Tacoma is now offering sanitary services to another encampment. This is why.
Associated Press2010 Seattle Police Officer of the Year costs city $165,000
A man named the 2010 Seattle Police Officer of the Year has cost the city $165,000 in civil-rights lawsuits for his handling of several altercations.
KIRO 7Man dies after shooting at Alki Beach
Seattle police are investigating a shooting at Alki Beach where a 23-year-old man was killed Tuesday evening.
KIRO 7About 168 homes evacuated as wildfire burns near Leavenworth
A wildfire about four miles north of Leavenworth started in a log yard and spread to nearby timber and brush late Tuesday morning.
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