MyNorthwestBomb threat called in to Mercer Island Jewish center
A bomb threat was called in to a Mercer Island Jewish center Monday afternoon -- the latest in a string of anti-Semitic incidents in the region, and nation.
MyNorthwestWhy Gov. Jay Inslee is very 'disturbed' after meeting with Trump
Governor Jay Inslee spent he weekend in Washington D.C. talking with Trump administration officials. The experience was "disturbing."
Local NewsWATCH: Lightning strikes Space Needle amid snow storm
A lightning bolt struck the Space Needle Monday afternoon while a snow and thunder storm hit Seattle. And it was caught on video.
MyNorthwestPossibility of more lowland snow around Puget Sound
Meteorologist Nick Allard reports that mixed showers are possible throughout the day and into Tuesday around Puget Sound and that most will see either rain, rain and snow or wet snow showers.
MyNorthwestWATCH: Food truck stuck on I-5 serves up tacos
A food truck opened up shop on I-5 after a crash forced the state to close both directions of the freeway.
Jason Rantz, KIRO RadioRantz: Disgusting political stunt at the Oscars made worse by audience
KIRO Radio's Jason Rantz is appalled at Asghar Farhadi's speech, or lack thereof, at the Oscars Sunday night.
MyNorthwestIllegal camp that grew from 'Jungle' closure is on the chopping block
The illegal camp in Seattle known as the "Triangle" has a rodent infestation and, according to KIRO 7, covered in biowaste.
Jason and Burns, KIRO RadioShould soon-to-be homeless Rachel Dolezal be shunned by Progressives?
KIRO Radio's Jason Rantz says Rachel Dolezal's struggles are her own fault, yet he also feels bad for the former head of the Spokane NAACP chapter.
MyNorthwestPolice asking for help in stabbing, hit-and-run cases
Seattle police asked for the public's help in finding a suspect believed to be involved in a stabbing in the ID, while Burien police are searching for a fatal hit and run suspect.
Feliks Banel, KIRO RadioThe Seattle street named for two Roosevelts
Seattle historian Feliks Banel explains how a busy thoroughfare in North Seattle came to be named for Roosevelt ... twice.
MyNorthwestView from the streets: Photos from Monday's snowy commute
Photos of the snow that has blanketed North Sound during the Monday commute.
MyNorthwestQ&A: Emergency Operations Center activated for homelessness
A City of Seattle spokesperson issued an explanation as to how the Emergency Operations Center will be specifically used to address the homeless issue.
KIRO 75-year-old Kent girl recreates photos of eminent figures of black history
A Kent 5-year-old named Lola Jones has donned her mother’s jewelry, old pairs of her father’s eyeglasses and used clothes, wigs for Black History Month.
Local NewsBeverage association says Seattle soda tax would hurt businesses
The Washington Beverage Association says a Seattle soda tax would hurt small businesses already struggling to survive in the city.
710 ESPN SeattleUpdates from Mariners spring training in Peoria, Ariz.
Get updates throughout spring training for the latest updates from Mariners camp.
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