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  • Former director of Committee to End Homelessness in King County: 10-year plan was not a failure

    Former director of the Committee to end Homelessness in King County told a skeptical Dori Monson that no one chooses to become homeless.
  • contract, Seattle Police

    With the way we treat them, it’s no wonder we don’t have enough Seattle cops

    With the horrible name-calling and incredible lack of appreciation they get from city leadership and the public, it's no wonder that Seattle cops are facing a staffing shortage.
  • Edmonds, ranch 99, h mart

    Do you know this suspect? Police say he assaulted kids at 2 grocery stores

    After an assault of a child at the Edmond's Ranch 99, a new tip has led investigators to a Lynnwood store where another assault happened. The suspect remains at large.
  • King County Jail

    Report: Felon ‘walked out’ of King County Jail

    According to KIRO 7 reporter Amy Clancy, a felon charged with burglary and possession of meth was allegedly able to walk out of the King County Jail last month and avoid re-arrest for three weeks.
  • shooting

    Dori: Signs in gun shops won’t stop gang shootings

    Eight episodes of gun violence occurred in our region in the past 24 hours -- and King County Councilmember Joe McDermott's idea is to put signs in gun stores warning that guns can be used for violent purposes.
  • I-940, tim eyman, I-976

    I-976 for $30 car tabs just 75,000 signatures away from 2019 ballot

    I-976 sponsor Tim Eyman says that his initiative to lower car tabs to $30 and remove Sound Transit's outdated vehicle valuation system has already gained 250,000 signatures.
  • Poulsbo motorcyclist becomes Land Speed Grand record holder

    A Poulsbo recently set a national record at the American Motorcyclist Association's Land Speed Grand at the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah.
  • crime

    Seattle worker says she’s scared going to work downtown

    A woman who has worked downtown Seattle for 30 years and suffered a verbal assault on her way to work this morning says that the streets have never looked as frightening as within the past half-year.
  • Bellevue Youth Theatre

    Bellevue Youth Theatre celebrates alumni this weekend

    The Bellevue Youth Theatre is celebrating its family of actors at its Bellevue Youth Theatre Foundation 2018 Benefit this weekend.
  • illegal meeting

    Dori: Seattle council text messages show they only care about holding power

    The Seattle City Council does not govern based on political conscience, rather, on what makes them popular. Nowhere is this more evident than in text messages they exchanged right before the head tax repeal.
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