ChokepointsLIVE Updates: Rain causing trouble for mid-week commute without viaduct
Scattered rain showers are making the fourth weekday commute without the Alaskan Way Viaduct a bit more troublesome for drivers.
Feliks Banel, KIRO RadioAudio montage of lost and found sounds tell the story of the viaduct
A short audio montage of lost and found sounds telling, more or less, the story of the Alaskan Way Viaduct.
Local NewsMissing 16-year-old Spokane girl found in Ohio
An Amber Alert was cancelled Wednesday morning after a missing 16-year-old from Spokane was found in Ohio with the man suspected of kidnapping her.
NEW What are they building?Proposed building next to Facebook's new digs could add space for media giant
There could be plans to add to Facebook's new digs, even before employees move into their new space.
710 ESPN SeattleJohn Schneider: No Seahawk will wear Lynch’s 24 in 2016
Seahawks general manager John Schneider shot down whatever remote possibility there may have been about running back Marshawn Lynch playing again for Seattle.
Associated PressCruz exits Republican race for president
Ted Cruz is ending his campaign for president, putting Donald Trump on a glide path to claim the Republican Party’s nomination.
MyNorthwestSinkhole appears in Roosevelt neighborhood not far from historic site
A sinkhole in Seattle's Roosevelt neighborhood developed 50 feet above the newly constructed light rail tunnel, and is not far from another historic sinkhole that was much bigger.
MyNorthwestGentrification in Seattle's Central District about more than pot shop
Seattle hip-hop artist Draze explains the issue of gentrification in Seattle's Central District and why it is about more than a controversial pot shop.
Jason Rantz, KIRO RadioWho are the people who participate in the May Day anarchist riots?
Seattle's superhero Phoenix Jones has dealt with the annual anarchist marchers and he has a few thoughts on who they are and what the city should do about them.
Dave Ross, KIRO RadioSupreme Court rejection of minimum wage argument is 'stunning defeat'
An important decision by the US Supreme Court to turn away a challenge to Seattle's $15 an hour minimum wage law has franchise owners irate and advocates ecstatic.
Rachel Belle, KIRO RadioA new dad's guide to fatherhood takes parenting tips from rock stars
When Bremerton music journalist, Chris Kornelis, was anticipating his first child, he asked for advice from the people he was interviewing: rock stars.
MyNorthwestBertha has 254 feet to go to move past the viaduct
After several days of digging, the Seattle tunneling machine is steadily mining toward its 385-foot goal.
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