NEW Jason Rantz, KIRO RadioRantz: Seattle activists angry City of Seattle is helping the homeless
A coalition of Seattle activists are upset that the City of Seattle is cleaning up and sweeping through 'The Jungle' area in South Seattle.
NEW MyNorthwestUnderage driver suspected of DUI in crash that ripped truck in two
Four people are in Harborbview Medical Center with serious injuries after a two-vehicle crash Monday night in SeaTac.
NEW KIRO 7Port of Seattle wants to ready Terminal 5 for big ships
A glimpse of the future of the marine cargo business came in February, when the Benjamin Franklin arrived in Elliott Bay.
NEW Associated PressForensic expert: Human remains in plane crash have burns
A senior official says human remains recovered from the crash site of EgyptAir Flight 804 have burns on them.
MyNorthwest'Jungle' residents list demands in front of Seattle council
Residents of The Jungle, Seattle's homeless encampment, told the city council that they are organizing and have made a list of demands for the city.
KIRO 7Bothell shop teacher speaks: Attack ‘not going to turn me into victim'
A Bothell High School teacher is speaking for the first time since an attack in which he was hit on the head and had a zip tie placed around his neck.
Dori Monson, KIRO RadioWhy Dori supports Portland's homeless bus ticket program
Portland is sending away its homeless with a one-way bus ticket and some are coming to Seattle. How does this program work? And why is Dori in favor of it?
Jason Rantz, KIRO RadioRantz: Striking college faculty don't really care about students
Over 100 union faculty members at Green River College in Auburn are on strike for the next three days, angry that the school may cut 11 programs to save money.
MyNorthwestCan you still find a camping spot in Washington?
It won't be easy, but with a little work it's possible to track down a good campsite in Washington as we head into the summer months.
Tom and Curley, KIRO RadioThe unintended consequences of firing a Seattle school teacher
The ripple effect caused from the punishment of a Seattle teacher may already be visible at other schools in the area.
MyNorthwestDays later, state worker and vehicle found in Hood Canal
A state employee who disappeared a week ago was found nearly 350 feet under water in the Hood Canal.
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