The Fourth of July is a time to celebrate this country's freedom, but the horrendous stories of fires and death caused KIRO Radio's Dori Monson to rethink the issue of fireworks.
The number of people flushing their toilets in Tacoma couldn't keep up with avid gardeners this year.
During an interview over the weekend, Seahawks defensive lineman Michael Bennett reiterated his desire for a raise and also stated his willingness to miss at least some part of training camp if he doesn't get one.
NEW MyNorthwestWoman knocked out by drone at Seattle Pride parade
A woman was knocked unconscious by a small drone at Seattle's Pride parade on Sunday.
Dave Ross, KIRO RadioThis may be the end of potholes as we know them
You'd think that in an age of smartphones and self-driving cars someone could come up with a smarter concrete. It turns out someone has - several people, actually.
MyNorthwestFire destroys two dozen structures in Wenatchee; crews working hot spots
Rainfall on Monday provided relief in Wenatchee, but hot, dry conditions will challenge fire crews trying to get a handle on the flames that burned more than about 4 square miles.
MyNorthwestMan beaten to death after concert
Detectives have released photos and video of a man suspected of beating another man to death in Seattle's International District Saturday night.
Ron and Don Show, KIRO RadioDan Wilson: Edgar Martinez could be the break the Mariners need
The addition of Edgar Martinez to the Seattle Mariners' coaching staff may be the saving grace for the worst-hitting ball club in the major league.
NEW Tom and Curley Show, KIRO RadioJohn Curley: Stop complaining about the heat; it builds character
Weatherman John Curley says a Pacific Northwest heat wave provides good material for future storytelling.
MyNorthwestSunny, warm June evidence of 'unusual' Pacific Northwest summer
Seattle gets its June gloom reputation for good reason. Historically, June has always been a cloudy, gray month. So what happened?
Dave Ross, KIRO RadioDave Ross: Has anything really changed in this Liberal Spring?
It's being called the Liberal Spring! But even with gay marriage and health care rulings, or Confederate flag debates — has anything really changed?
Associated PressLawmakers to vote on $16.1 billion transportation package
Lawmakers are expected to take a vote on a $16.1 billion transportation revenue package that includes an 11.9-cent gas tax increase that would be phased in over two years.
MyNorthwestOfficials shoot down kayaktivists' claim that Shell failed Everett departure
Kayaktivists were quick to claim Shell's Noble Discoverer failed its exit from Everett Monday morning, but Shell maintains a different account.
Real Estate Today, KIRO Radio3 mistakes first-time homebuyers make
Getting approved for a mortgage, finding the right home, and staying within a budget are still posing some of the biggest challenges for first-time homebuyers.
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- Mariners' Nelson Cruz moves back into All-Star voting lead at DH
- Seahawks' Doug Baldwin on playing more special teams, taking lead with receivers
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- Fanendo Adi leads Timbers past Sounders, 4-1
- Mariners lose to Angels on wild pitch by Wilhelmsen in 10th
- Mariners notebook: Robinson Cano is a go day after hit to head
- Dori Monson does a 180, decides he hates freedom
- This may be the end of potholes as we know them
- Three mistakes first-time homebuyers make
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- Has anything really changed in this Liberal Spring?
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- Woman knocked out by drone at Seattle Pride parade
- Lawmakers to vote on $16.1 billion transportation package
- Man beaten to death after Seattle concert
- Sunny, warm June evidence of 'unusual' Pacific Northwest summer
- Drone flying over Seattle parade crashes, strikes woman
- Lawmakers scramble to pass state operating budget
- Woodland police: Burglar shoots, kills dog
- Change in scenery: New quiz helps to decide if it's time to move
- Windermere economist foresees no housing bubble
- Survey reveals buyers overestimate mortgage requirements
- Report predicts power shift from homeowners to renters
- Breaking even: What it takes to cash-flow a getaway
- Tired of losing bidding wars, buyer offers pizza for life
- Look before you leap: Sellers also frustrated by lack of inventory
- La. court clerks get OK to issue same-sex marriage licenses
- Jury rejects conservative's bias claim against U. Iowa dean
- University of California sued over sex assault claims
- Authorities ID Boy Scout who died in New Mexico flash flood
- Lightning on Colorado mountain sends 3 hikers to hospital
- Jury deliberating fate of 'Big Tony' in businessman's death
- Duke Energy CEO getting pay raise year after coal ash spill
- Puerto Rico to seek debt moratorium from bondholders
- Spanish royals in Mexico on 1st state visit to Latin America
- Developer of $3.5B Bahamas megaresort files for bankruptcy
- As Kurds gain in Syria, Turkish govt ponders military action
- Car bomb explodes near military hospital in Yemeni capital
- WikiLeaks says NSA spied on French business
- Bomb kills Egypt's top prosecutor as he drives to work
- Obama, Rousseff try to put spy scandal behind them
- Cruz's new book ignites spat with GOP strategist Karl Rove
- Obama speaks to Cameron, Tunisian leader in attack aftermath
- Trump to consider suing after NBC ends business dealings
- Supreme Court rules Texas abortion clinics can remain open
- Supreme Court upholds use of controversial execution drug
- Some Supreme Court justices' views on death penalty change
- Correction: World's Ugliest Dog story
- Deformed mutt is crowned World's Ugliest Dog
- Rescuers guided 2 around rattlesnake in mine near Lake Mead
- Court rails against judge who didn't show for jury duty
- Fat, nude body painting in NYC celebrates body positivity
- Beaver attacks 2 Oregon men who climbed on top of dam
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