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  • Gun sales tend to rise following gun control measures Tom and Curley

    How gun control laws and candidates actually help gun sales

    The passage of I-1639 has gun sales in Washington quickly rising, a trend that's become consistent with candidates and ballot measures in favor of gun control.
  • Veteran's Day Ron and Don

    Unwrapping Veteran's Day, and what it means to us as Americans

    How should we think about Veterans Day 2018? With the backdrop of recent midterm elections, "Make America Great Again" hats, and National Anthem protests, the ideas of patriotism and what it means to be "American" have been jumbled as of late.
  • I-5 Lid Local News

    What an I-5 lid might look like through downtown Seattle

    A preview of what the Seattle I-5 lid might look like. The campaign was recently endorsed City Councilmember Mike O’Brien recently endo
  • Michael Medved

    Hurting the press, the president and the country

    Jim Acosta, the aggressively arrogant reporter for CNN, posed a recent question illustrating the biggest problem with the press.
  • A cache of weapons was found following a stalking arrest Local News

    Cache of weapons seized from man's apartment after stalking arrest

    Seattle police officers seized a variety of weapons and related items from a Seattle man’s apartment after he was arrested for stalking a neighbor, according to investigators.
  • wind, windstorm Local News

    Wind advisory expires, but wind in forecast for east Puget Sound lowlands

    A wind advisory has expired, but the National Weather Service in Seattle says it'll be gusty on Monday. Just not windy enough to meet the advisory's criteria. 
  • orca, orcas, J pod Jason Rantz

    Rantz: Inslee’s orca task force could actually be hurting the whales

    As with much of what Washington Governor Jay Inslee does, this just gives the appearance of doing something that matters. The most recent ban on orca whale watching was hasty and did not involve much thought.
  • paul kelley, John Banchini Dave Ross

    Ross: The last words Marine General Kelley will always remember

    Marine General Paul Kelley will always remember the name of John Banchini. It's a story that can stand out when the world seems so bleak and it feels like humanity is done for.
  • Elks Local News

    Arson causes $250,000 in damage to Washington's first Elk Lodge

    Fire investigators have ruled a fire at the Elk Lodge just south of the Fremont Bridge as arson. The damage is so severe that Elk Lodge #92 will have to close for the rest of the year, at least.
  • wolf, wolves Local News

    Wolf war howls between western and eastern Washington

    Eastern Washington Ranchers want wolves killed after they attack their cattle. Western Washington wolf advocates are fighting to protect the packs. Ranchers want the west side to mind its own business.
  • rent Local News

    The reason it's so hard to find rent deals around Seattle

    Property managers are offering fewer and fewer deals to attract renters around Seattle, In fact, while the rest of the country has experienced an increase in incentives, Seattle is cutting back.
  • Daylight Saving Time Ron and Don

    Washington: Follow California's lead and stay in Daylight Saving Time

    Over the last midterm election, California voted to remain in Daylight Saving Time year-round, and it's time Washington did the same.
  • Queen Anne Local News

    Four-alarm fire in North Queen Anne engulfs five buildings

    One building collapsed in a what KIRO 7's Deedee Sun reports was a four-alarm fire Saturday night in North Queen Anne near Seattle Pacific University.
  • KIRO Nights

    3 things Gee Scott is hearing from Seahawks about Week 10 at Rams

    KIRO Nights’ own Seahawks insider, Gee Scott, breaks down the three things he is hearing from Seahawks players ahead of Sunday’s Week 10 against the Rams in L.A.
  • Michael Medved

    Placing race and gender over ideals and achievements

    In the midterm elections, Democrats won control of the House of Representatives while focusing more on the ethnicity or gender of the new legislators than on their ideas or agendas.
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