MyNorthwestSeattle police release video and photos from chase, shootout
The Seattle Police Department has released video and photos of the robbery and shootout that left one suspect dead, and injured four cops.
MyNorthwestAll lanes of I-5 reopen in North Seattle, crash under investigation
All lanes of I-5 were blocked in North Seattle Saturday morning due to downed power lines and at least one crash.
Jason Rantz, KIRO RadioRantz: Shocking silence on SPD shooting from Seattle 'leaders'
In the wake of an officer-involved shooting that left four cops injured, there was, sadly, silence coming from most Seattle city leaders.
710 ESPN SeattleSherman, Chancellor, Thomas will be at Seahawks HQ Monday
Three core players absent since the start of the Seahawks’ voluntary offseason workout program will reportedly be present at the team’s headquarters on Monday.
Ron and Don, KIRO RadioWATCH: Ron and Don try a Starbucks Unicorn drink
Ron and Don give the infamous Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino a try. What do they think? Could they take more than one sip?
MyNorthwestInslee has tried everything short of 'waterboarding' with lawmakers
Washington State Governor Jay Inslee called for a special session Friday giving lawmakers more time to come up with a budget.
Tom Tangney, KIRO Radio'The Lost City of Z' doesn't have the nerve to follow its hero's convictions
"The Lost City of Z" recounts the true story of an early British explorer who was convinced an ancient civilization flourished in the Amazonian jungles.
MyNorthwestSeattle mayor pitches city income tax days after opponent does
Current Seattle Mayor Ed Murray proposed a city income tax during a candidate forum Thursday night.
KIRO RadioFirearm legislation survives state Senate after surprise vote
What happens to felons, domestic abusers and others who fail those background checks and illegally try to buy a gun? Not much. But lawmakers are trying to change that.
MyNorthwestCo-founder of Fremont Brewing wants to help craft city policy
Sara Nelson co-founder of Fremont Brewing, filed this week. She told Seattle's Morning News the city could benefit from her real-life experience.
KIRO RadioRedmond rescue organization fighting to save equestrian lives
SAFE, a Redmond equestrian rescue and rehab facility is growing, and the need, as the founder explains it, is there.
KIRO RadioNearly-dead DUI bill revived, moves to the governor's desk
Washington state has the most lax felony DUI law in the country, among the 46 states that have felony laws against drinking and driving.
Associated PressJustice Dept. tells 9 sanctuary cities grant money at risk
The Trump administration moved beyond rhetoric in its effort to crack down on so-called sanctuary cities that refuse to cooperate with federal authorities.
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