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  • Two injured in south Tacoma home invasion, rolling gun battle
    Tim Haeck | November 18, 2014 1:52 pm
    One person has been shot and deputies are searching for suspects in a home invasion robbery involving the owner of a marijuana dispensary in South Tacoma that culminated with a "rolling gun battle" Tuesday afternoon.
  • 500 women, children are cold and homeless in Seattle, but you can help
    Rachel Belle | November 13, 2014 5:06 pm
    Mary's Place, a Seattle non-profit that provides shelter and services for 150 homeless women and a children a day, is trying to raise $250,000 to open a new shelter in time for winter.
  • Paseo lawsuit: Can undocumented workers sue and win?
    Rachel Belle | November 12, 2014 6:13 pm
    Seattle's beloved Paseo abruptly closed yesterday, denying sandwich lovers their cult status, Cuban-style sammies. But then a lawsuit surfaced: four Hispanic, former Paseo employees are suing the owners, saying they weren't paid overtime or given breaks during long shifts. A Seattle lawyer says wage theft is VERY common, but undocumented workers rarely sue out of fear.
  • Meet Major Scott Smiley, the service member who raised the 12th Man flag
    November 11, 2014 1:16 pm
    Major Scott Smiley raised the 12th Man at the Seahawks game on Sunday. He will be appearing on The Ron & Don Show Tuesday.
  • Couple drives around the world in their tricked out VW van
    Rachel Belle | November 10, 2014 5:45 pm
    Brad and Sheena Van Orden were bored of their 9-to-5 routine, so they saved up their money and took off on a two-and-a-half year road trip that took them on adventures around the world. They just landed back in the US and chose Seattle as their new home.
  • Seahawks chow down on southern comfort food after every home game
    November 07, 2014 3:27 pm
    The Seahawks eat lean and clean all week, but after a big, taxing game the healthy diet goes out the window. The Seahawks are fed New Orleans cooking from Seattle food truck Jemil's Big Easy after every home game.
  • One year after Typhoon Haiyan
    Kim Shepard | November 07, 2014 3:08 pm
    Local charity Child United continues the rebuilding efforts in the Philippines, one year after Typhoon Haiyan displaced more than four million people.
  • Search continues for Sky Metalwala | November 07, 2014 2:42 pm
    It's been nearly three years since then 2-year-old Sky Metalwala disappeared in Bellevue
  • Port Orchard murder suspect confessed in note
    Josh Kerns | November 07, 2014 12:52 pm
    A note allegedly written by Port Orchard murder suspect David Kalac says he brutally killed his girlfriend because he was drunk and "she pissed me off."
  • Fund set up for family of Port Orchard murder victim
    Libby Denkmann | November 06, 2014 3:04 pm
    A friend is trying to help out the family of murder victim Amber Lynn Coplin. The woman, whose body was found Tuesday, is the mother of five boys.
  • What kind of website allows people to post murder photos? A look at 4chan
    Libby Denkmann | November 06, 2014 9:19 am
    Images appearing to be a Port Orchard murder victim were posted to the website "4chan" this week before police were even alerted to the crime. Libby Denkmann takes a closer look at 4chan.
  • The psychology behind hoarding, and the local company who'll help you clean up your act
    Rachel Belle | November 05, 2014 6:29 pm
    A Seattle woman hasn't allowed a single person into her home for five years, embarrassed that it's completely jammed packed with garbage and stuff. A secret hoarder, she's now working with Bio Clean, a local company that specializes in cleaning up hoarder houses, murder scenes and anything else that no one else wants to clean up.
  • A culinary pho-nomenon: The history of pho in Seattle
    Rachel Belle | November 04, 2014 4:20 pm
    It's hard to walk a few blocks in Seattle without stumbling upon a pho restaurant. But I wondered what sparked the popularity of this Vietnamese soup in our city. What's the history behind it? Here you'll meet the owner of Seattle's first pho restaurant & the Governor who opened the state's doors to Vietnamese immigrants.
  • Girl Scout leaders desperately needed, being a parent not required
    Rachel Belle | October 31, 2014 2:02 pm
    The Girl Scouts of Western Washington says there are 2,600 girls in 17 different counties who are on a waiting list to join a troop, but there jsut aren't enough troop leaders. In this story, we meet a woman who became a Girl Scout troop leader 12 years ago, despite not being a parent or ever having been a Girl Scout, and stuck with her troop until they recently graduated from high school. The troop's story of success and friendship is truly inspiring.
  • Why no laws about guns and kids in Washington?
    Kim Shepard | October 29, 2014 4:42 pm
    Despite a string of incidents where children got a hold of guns at home, there are currently no state laws addressing the issue.

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