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  • ballot, election Dori Monson

    KIRO Radio Voter's Guide 2018

    Find out how the KIRO Radio hosts will vote in November's election.
  • gas leak, seattle Local News

    Seattle's Pioneer Square area evacuated Friday morning for gas leak

    Several blocks around Seattle's Pioneer Square were closed and buildings were evacuated after a natural gas leak was reported Friday morning.
  • Seattle police, SPD, carmen best Jason Rantz

    Seattle police chief: Not approving SPD contract would 'be a big mistake'

    A tentative contract for Seattle police officers may be running into a few problems as it is in the hands of the city council. Not approving the contract would be "a big mistake" according to the police chief.
  • climate change Dave Ross

    Ross: Why hurricanes are not the worst part of climate change

    Hurricanes get a lot of news, but climate change will have other more drastic consequences in the years to come, like an ocean that can no longer make dinner.
  • I-940 Dori Monson

    Police officer: I-940 sets dangerous precedent, favors offenders over law and citizens

    I-940 may look good at first glance, but it sets dangerous precedents that impede law enforcement officers' ability to save innocent citizens from dangerous criminals.
  • Olympia Bomb Threat Local News

    State capitol hit by sixth bomb threat in just five weeks

    Olympia has been inundated with bomb threats over the last month, with the latest hitting the buildings for the Department of Highway Licensing and Department of Natural Resources Thursday morning.
  • West Seattle Health Club homeless RV crash Jason Rantz

    Homeless RV crash has West Seattle business fed up with city's response

    A 15-passenger van crashed into the West Seattle Health Club on Wednesday, the second such crash the property has been a victim of in months.
  • Seattle police Dori Monson

    Dori: What was Jenny Durkan trying to hide at Seattle Police Department press conference?

    At a press conference between Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best, Mayor Jenny Durkan, and Seattle Police Guild President Kevin Stuckey, Durkan whispered, "Don't answer it" to Stuckey when a reporter asked him a question. What is she trying to hide from her constituents?
  • Washington Supreme Court Local News

    Washington Supreme Court ends life sentences without parole for juveniles

    In yet another landmark decision, Washington state's highest court ruled it unconstitutional to sentence juveniles of any age to life without parole.
  • seattle, HR department, shadow city hall Jason Rantz

    Attorney says he'll prove Seattle is run by a 'shadow city hall'

    Attorney Lincoln Beauregard says the latest development in court will help him show that Seattle leaders operate with a "shadow city hall" outside of the transparent government.
  • drugs Dave Ross

    Ross: How to make drugs affordable (get on TV)

    The Trump administration is attempting to bring down the very high prices of prescription drugs. One mom found a way to get her insurance company to pitch in -- get her story on TV.
  • prostitution Jason Rantz

    Rantz: Prostitutes flood Seattle as city attorney refuses to charge, cops complain

    Another result of Seattle's lax enforcement of laws is the rise of prostitution, according to some police officers. Prostitutes are coming in from out of town, attracted to the low enforcement in Seattle.
  • pete holmes, Seattle City Attorney Dori Monson

    Dori: Judge tells City Attorney Pete Holmes the truth about how poorly he serves us

    City Attorney Pete Holmes was told by a municipal court judge that he has a "complete disregard for public safety." Somebody had to say it.
  • mountain bike Dori Monson

    Specialized mountain bike stolen from man with disability

    Nathan Mann did not let an injury that left him paralyzed stop him from pursuing his passion for outdoor sports -- a customized arm-powered mountain bike allowed him to get outdoors with his family. But last week, someone stole the specialized bike from Mann's home in Graham.
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