The outdoor smoking dilemma
Ian Stawicki killed five people in 2012 before taking his own life at Seattle's Café Racer. Today, his father reflects on the shooting.
In Edmonds, there was work afoot to try and create new codes that would limit how residents handled trees on their properties.
NEW Tom Tangney, KIRO RadioFlight of the Conchords' Jemaine Clement visits with Tom Tangney
Jemaine Clement of Flight of the Conchords fame discusses his films and how he resembles Tom Tangney...and Stephen King.
MyNorthwestWashington's third officer-related shooting in a week
A suspected teen car thief was shot in the head after he allegedly tried to ram officers with a stolen car.
Associated PressAnimal carcass spill creates I-5 traffic backup
The Washington State Patrol says a truck carrying animal carcasses spilled its load, on southbound Interstate 5 in south Seattle.
Associated PressLakewood police sued again for now-retired police dog
A 23-year-old Pierce County man is suing the Lakewood Police Department, claiming he was mauled in 2012 by a now-retired police dog.
MyNorthwestA place to peep becomes a place to sleep
What used to be a place for a peep show will become a place to rest your head.
Dave Ross, KIRO RadioRoss: What's so special about a second special session?
Washington's Legislature is going into another special session. Dave Ross talks with Jason Mercier from the Washington Policy Center about which taxes are likely to pass.
MyNorthwestChief defends editorial about police assaults, shootings
Bremerton Police Chief Steve Strachan discusses his recent column about police-related shootings, titled "You don't get to assault police officers" on Seattle's Morning News.
Tom and Curley Show, KIRO RadioSeattle still feeling the effects of Sonics 'hostage situation'
Tom Tangney is reopening old wounds after watching the NFL playoffs. He and Danny O'Neil bake up a few blame pies for those responsible for losing the Sonics.
Brock and Salk, 710 ESPN SeattleAgent: No imminent deadlines in Russell Wilson's contract negotiation
Mark Rodgers, the agent who represents Russell Wilson, made the first public comments about the quarterback's contract negotiations with the Seahawks.
MyNorthwestHow Seattle City Council could change in just one day
The 2015 election guarantees three new Seattle council members, while testing if the city's new electoral system is still influenced by money and incumbent status.
Jason Rantz Show, KIRO RadioRantz: Is displacing mobile home owners immoral? Maybe not
This isn't an easy conversation, but change isn't easy and you have no right to land you don't own.
Tom and Curley Show, KIRO RadioAsk: Tom would travel to the past in a time machine
On this episode of Ask Tom & Curley Anything, Tom explains why he'd travel to the past in a time machine.
Chokepoints, KIRO RadioWSDOT has plans to fix I-5 traffic through rapidly growing city
If you've driven I-5 lately between Marysville and Everett, you know the infrastructure has not kept pace with the growth.
- Mariners notebook: Hisashi Iwakuma resumes throwing
- Still hard to believe in Mariners despite their recent hot stretch
- Seahawks' Christine Michael has prime opportunity to finally emerge
- K.J. Wright on Seahawks' new assistants, start of OTAs and more
- Sounders take over top spot in West by beating Colorado 1-0
- Carroll: Contract talks haven't impacted Wilson's preparation
- Mariners notebook: McClendon still has plenty of confidence in Rodney
- Flight of the Conchords' Jemaine Clement visits with Tom
- It's almost harbor seal season, and you can help keep them safe
- Former Seattle strip club will reopen as hotel
- What's so special about a second special session?
- How your commute is adding to your stress and burnout
- 'Five Critical Questions for Any Contractor' - 9 a.m. Sunday
- The government should not take control of private property
- Deputy shoots teen in Seatac after stolen car chase
- Seattle's old Lusty Lady strip club to become a hotel
- Lawmakers take action to cut down wait for inmate treatment
- Lakewood police sued again for now-retired police dog
- Gunman in downtown Roy shatters windows, no injuries
- Animal carcass spill creates I-5 traffic backup
- Commissioners back smoking ban in Seattle parks
'Five Critical Questions for Any Contractor' - 9 a.m. Sunday
Time and materials? Think again.
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- New legislation returns title insurance kickbacks to front burner
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- Equity rising but 4 million borrowers still 'underwater'
- Builders add more standard features yet basics vary
- Multiple offers now norm as home shopping hits fever pitch
- Another round of rain brings more serious flooding in Texas
- Suge Knight returns to court to try to dismiss murder case
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- Father, stepmother charged in death of malnourished girl
- Woman accused of killing fiance on Hudson pleads not guilty
- Latest on Dennis Hastert: Judge to set initial court date
- Protesters occupying church for 11 years get court relief
- Amazon launches free same-day delivery for Prime members in 500 U.S. cities, including Seattle
- Bill Gates’ greatest fear for humanity is absolutely terrifying — and likely to happen
- Bill Gates vs. Steve Jobs: Steve Wozniak talks about Nat Geo’s new show ‘American Genius’
- Uber for bodyguards: Bannerman offers on-demand bouncers, launches in Seattle
- The highest-rated show on Netflix isn’t ‘House of Cards’ anymore
- Q&A: Amazon Prime boss Greg Greeley says skip the trip to the store, use same-day delivery instead
- Google releases universal Photos app, offers unlimited photo and video storage free
- Migrants hide under trucks to board Italy-bound ferries
- THE LATEST: Voting begins to choose next FIFA president
- Tunisia PM: Destroying migrant boats won't stop Europe flow
- Top Canadian minister to announces he's leaving politics
- In South Africa, killer of anti-apartheid leader gets parole
- Burundi opposition leader declares election boycott
- Croatia passes law compensating rape victims from 1990s war
- Comer concedes governor's race, Bevin is Republican nominee
- Comer concedes governor's race, Bevin is Republican nominee
- US economy likely shrank in 1st quarter but rebound expected
- Cuba removed from US terror list
- EPA proposes lowering required amount of ethanol in gas
- US economy shrank in winter but staging a spring rebound
- US economy likely shrank in 1st quarter
- Ducklings waddle their way inside Alaska hardware store
- 20-year-old Wisconsin cheddar makes debut at $209 a pound
- Man with 1st name 'God' settles with credit rating agency
- 8-foot-tall typewriter coming to Boston
- Bear scurries around Wyoming city, falls asleep, gets caught
- Boston still has snow piles _ and they're filled with trash
- Judge dismisses case from Ohio pair trying to keep pet bear