Seattle police have been the focus of an investigation regarding the unchecked use of off-duty cops for high-priced security work.
- Trump threatens 'total destruction' of N. Korea
- KeyArena group's transportation fund not nearly 'aggressive' enough
- Ron: I can't believe I'm defending a swastika armband
- Canada could stop dealing with Boeing over dispute
- Seattle 'getting hungry' for homeownership options
- Is Ed Murray still getting Seattle Police protection?
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The Mariners have Felix Hernandez and James Paxton back in a rotation that now features Mike Leake, but with just four series left to go they're running out of time in the playoff race.
On the surface, the Oak View Group's proposed transportation fund that would help mitigate traffic around Seattle's KeyArena is a blessing.
Ron and Don
A Nazi was punched out on the streets of Seattle. And now, I can't believe I'm defending a swastika armband. What have we become?
Brock and Salk
Brock Huard takes to the chalkboard to break down a play that should have put the Seahawks in the end zone in the first quarter against the 49ers if it wasn't for a drop by C.J. Prosise.
Danny Dave and Moore
Michael Wilhoite was selling shoes in a Kansas mall and considering a future as a Navy SEAL when his NFL career started. Six years later as a Seahawks linebacker, he looks back.
John Clayton breaks down the Seahawks' 12-9 victory over the 49ers on Sunday and explains why this Sunday's game in Tennessee might be an opportunity to let Jimmy Graham rest.
What We're Still Trying to Figure Out: Richard Sherman's health and Eddie Lacy's future with SeahawksThe severity of Richard Sherman's hamstring injury and Eddie Lacy's future in Seattle top Danny O'Neil's weekly list of things we're trying to figure out about the Seahawks.
Last year in Vancouver, British Columbia, condos made up 60 percent of new housing. In Seattle, that number was less than ten percent.
President Barack Obama was not the ally to immigrants he pretended. It’s one of the failures I find myself most disappointed about when reflecting back on the previous administration.
Washington Rep. Jim Walsh is sponsoring HB 2223 that reemphasizes free speech on college campuses in response to the activity at Evergreen State College.
Despite efforts to find alternative solutions to war with North Korea, KIRO Radio's Dave Ross says he can still hear the war drums closing in.
My guest this morning was Megan McArdle, a columnist with Bloomberg, and she takes on the dangers of normalizing the Left’s violence coming from, in part, antifa and their sympathizers. It’s absolutely worth the read.
Tim Burgess will exit his role as city council member to become Seattle's next mayor as the city recovers from Ed Murray's resignation last week.
Ron and Don
You would barely know Seattle boasts many musical icons like Jimi Hendrix while walking through town. This city needs to do better at honoring its greats.
The Dori Monson Show has obtained an internal WSDOT email that details the Transportation Commission's effort to turn every road in Washington state into a toll road.
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