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  • Dori Monson

    Paul Reiser on comedy vs. acting, 'Mad About You' reboot

    Comedian and actor Paul Reiser talks to Dori about his long career both onstage and on the sitcom set ahead of his performance at Seattle's Moore Theatre.
  • flying fortress Dori Monson

    World War II vet raises 12th Man flag, recalls 50 air missions over Europe

    World War II veteran Staff Sgt. Art Unruh, who raised the 12th Man flag at Thursday's Seahawks game, recalls the air battles he fought in over 50 missions.
  • pierce county Jason Rantz

    Pierce County spent $3.3 million and didn't let the public know

    Pierce County spent $3.3 million settling a variety of claims, and did not disclose the amount or the reasons to the public.
  • Whale watchers in Puget Sound Local News

    Expert: Ban on whale watching could actually be bad for orcas

    The Washington State Orca Task Force issued a recommendation to end whale watching for the next three to five years, but could that actually hurt local orcas more than it helps them? 
  • Gun stores in King County now have to post warning signs for customers Local News

    King County passes law requiring gun stores to post warning signs

    The King County Board of Health passed legislation requiring stores that sell firearms and firing ranges to post signs warning customers of the various dangers posed by gun violence.
  • gun control, 1639 Dori Monson

    Dori: NRA lawsuit will expose I-1639 as unconstitutional

    The NRA and a small town in Eastern Washington are holding the state accountable for passing I-1639, the new law that blatantly goes against our constitutional rights.
  • social media, russian propaganda, facebook Ron and Don

    Ron: If Facebook was a friend, we would have ditched them a while ago

    If Facebook were my friend in real life, I probably would have stopped hanging out with them a long time ago. You see I try to weed out people that I can't trust and Facebook likes to talk behind our backs -- a lot.
  • 2nd amendment sanctuary city Local News

    Washington police chief proposes '2nd Amendment Sanctuary City' law

    Police Chief Loren Culp with the City of Republic has proposed to make his town a "2nd Amendment Sanctuary City" that will not follow new gun control regulations as passed by Washington voters via Initiative 1639.
  • Europe Jason Rantz

    Follow Jason Rantz as he explores Italy

    Where's Jason? Not here. Follow him while he's on vacation for the week.
  • Phoenix, amazon Tom and Curley

    Report: Bezos says Amazon is not too big to fail, and will one day

    Amazon gets a lot of criticism. But one of the latest dire comments came from founder and CEO Jeff Bezos who said the online retail giant is not too big to fail -- it will face bankruptcy one day.
  • Bellevue Local News

    Police: Man breaks into Bellevue PD garage to steal back his car

    Bellevue police arrested a man who admitted to burglarizing the police department's garage to steal his own vehicle that was locked up as evidence. The car is back in custody, but a shotgun has gone missing.
  • wish cycling, recycle, recycling Dave Ross

    Ross: It is the end of 'wish cycling' in America

    It is the end of an era. No more wish cycling in America -- that moment you convince yourself what you are throwing into the recycling bin is actually able to be recycled. China is forcing us to change.
  • Black Friday protest, black lives matter Jason Rantz

    Rantz: Black Lives Matter Seattle to boycott ‘white businesses’ but will they protest?

    For the fifth straight year, Black Lives Matter in Seattle announced they will “shop black only” and “boycott white businesses” on Black Friday. The plan, however, seems poorly thought out.
  • Affordable housing continues to grow in Seattle Local News

    Seattle breaks ground on 102 new affordable housing units for homeless

    Seattle continues to do what it can to fight its homeless crisis, breaking ground on 102 new affordable housing units in the Little Saigon neighborhood. 
  • Amazon, seattle KIRO Nights

    Unpopular opinion: You can live in Seattle without a car, you just don't want to

    It is entirely possible to live without a car in Seattle. That could depend on a few factors, of course. But a range of transportation services, descending upon Seattle, are chipping away at private car ownership.
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