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Whidbey sailor hospitalized following world record pull-up attempt

An NAS Whidbey sailor remains hospitalized recovering from injuries he suffered trying to break a world pull-up record. But Mike McCastle tells the Ron and Don Show he'll heal and try again.

116 years later, Seattle Police honor a fallen officer

It was Easter Sunday when Seattle Police Officer Thomas Roberts was walking his beat near 18th and Jefferson on First Hill.

Investigation underscores growing sex-trafficking problem in Bellevue

Bellevue's interim police chief says a widespread sex-trafficking investigation involving a Bellevue anesthesiologist underscores a significant problem on the Eastside and across the country.

Pianos in the Parks Brings Two Seattle Staples Together: Music & the Outdoors

For a whole month, 20 whimsically painted pianos will live outside at 20 different Seattle and King County parks. Anyone and everyone is encouraged to sit down and play and add an element of creativity to local parks.

Bellevue doctor accused in international sex trafficking ring

Overlake Medical Center says an anesthesiologist linked to a widespread prostitution and sex trafficking operation is no longer practicing at the hospital and has taken a voluntary leave of absence.

State Patrol troopers stay on job despite losing everything in Washington wildfires

Two Washington State Patrol troopers are back on the job despite losing their homes and virtually everything they own in the massive Carlton Complex wildfire that continues to blacken the Methow Valley.

What's being served at President Obama's $25,000 Hunt's Point dinner?

President Obama, and 35 guests, are enjoying a $25,000 meal prepared by Redmond's Lisa Dupar Catering. So what's on the menu at Jim and Jan Sinegal's cozy Senate Majority PAC fundraiser?

Presidential hit and run: Time to cut off the ATM

President Obama's latest fundraising foray to the Seattle area is drawing plenty of criticism, especially the timing.

Enforcing federal drug laws, in a state with legal pot

The new Special Agent In Charge of the FBI in Seattle reflects on his investigation of Edward Snowden and the future of federal pot laws.

Who is growing Washington's weed?

Until the state finishes inspecting, and approving, cannabis growers, there will not be enough legal weed to go around. Tahoma Growers are hoping to pass their August inspection, and they share what the process has been like and what it's like to participate in this historic Green Rush.

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