Ron and Don, KIRO RadioRon and Don worry about lasting impact from 'Atlantic' mistakes
After a correction was published by The Atlantic for a disparaging article about their show, Ron and Don talk with renowned lawyer Anne Bremner about what they should do.
Feliks Banel, KIRO RadioSeattle's forgotten pursuit of the 1968 conventions
It remains to be seen what impact this summer’s Democratic and Republican national conventions will have on the 2016 presidential election.
NEW Jason Rantz, KIRO Radio'Click-it or Ticket?' More like 'Cash-it' in Pierce County
The Pierce County Sheriff's Department and the Washington State Patrol this week launched another campaign to go after drivers who refuse or forget to wear their seat belts.
With cybersecurity threats on the rise, protecting your customers is the cost of doing business.
NEW Dori Monson, KIRO RadioUnion hands out flier: 'What god hurts innocent people?'
A Seattle union has come after a local church that hands out free pizza to students off campus. The union claims it is threatening its jobs.
NEW What are they building?Facebook employees move into new South Lake Union office
The 10-story office building overlooking Lake Union gives Facebook “room to continue growing” in Seattle.
Dori Monson, KIRO RadioSheriff says teens, 5-year-old ran away from devastating crash
King County Sheriff John Urquhart says a 15-year-old female sped through a stoplight in a BMW carrying five other people, broadsiding a pickup truck carrying a father and son.
MyNorthwestMurder suspect leads investigators to bodies believed to be Arlington couple
With the help of a murder suspect, authorities believe they have located the bodies of an Arlington couple that went missing in April.
MyNorthwestAs expected, Trump wins Republican primary in Washington
Not surprisingly, Donald Trump is leading in early primary election results in Washington state.
MyNorthwestSDOT touts improved drive times after re-timing traffic signals downtown
Seattle has reprogrammed and reorganized its downtown traffic signals to improve drive times.
ChokepointsStopping traffic for baby animals keeps humans safe, too
It's not uncommon for the state patrol to stop traffic to herd baby animals across a busy roadway. But with traffic so frustrating these days, should they?
MyNorthwest6 'Jungle' residents accept help; Mission says efforts are ‘very well received’
Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission started its outreach toward helping relocate people living in the notorious “Jungle,” with what he calls generally positive results.
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