Can the Socialist lightning strike twice in Seattle politics? That's the big question as the woman who helped lead Kshama Sawant's stunning upset election to the Seattle City Council seeks to topple Washington state's Speaker of the House.
There is not word on a official decision yet on whether Joint Base Lewis McChord will be used to house around 600 Central American children who crossed the border unaccompanied, but rumors they may be sent here is getting mixed reactions.
Victims of burglary are often left with a sense of insecurity. Their things, both monetarily and sentimentally valuable are gone, and they have to replace their sense of security, as well as their things. This is not a story about these people.
If you can't be a Republican, you can shoot a gun like one, according to John Curley. But doing just that got one candidate in some hot water, and he's removed his ad, in which he took a shotgun to an elephant pinata.
On Thursday, the parody news website "The Kitsap Report" said that John Curley had died in a seaplane crash. Their first problem with the report? He would have been on KIRO Radio at the time of the crash.
It was 55 years ago this October 19 when Washington's first—and, so far, only jetliner crash happened. After a story about the crash of a Boeing 707 near Oso appeared on MyNorthwest.com in May, a Bothell man contacted KIRO Radio and offered to share some rare photographs he'd taken of the aftermath.