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Detectives investigating death of 100-year-old man in SeaTac as homicide

"There is a story in the news today that just broke my heart," says KIRO Radio's Dori Monson. "A 100-year-old man has been found dead in SeaTac and homicide is expected. This is a guy who lived through World War I, World War II, all the history of the last 100 years and they think that homicide is what ended his 100 years on earth."

So...Carrasco lied

I don't blame Carrasco for wanting to get as much money as he possibly could from the city and our tax-and-rate-payers. But for some bizarre reason, he decided to lie about that on KIRO Radio on Friday. We have a real ethical problem here.

Dori Monson: Inflation looming as Washington gas prices soar

Great news gang, we're number four. Washington has the fourth highest gas price in the country. As of this morning we just went above $4 a gallon.

Seeking answers: Did Seattle City Light CEO Jorge Carrasco ever ask for a raise?

In an exclusive interview, Seattle City Light CEO Jorge Carrasco told KIRO Radio's Jason Rantz that he didn't ask for a raise. Dori is asking the city if that's true, and if it is why we are giving him a raise.

Video: Dad, daughter duet goes viral

Watch this video of a dad and daughter singing "Let it Go" together.

You be the jury: Who is the bigger jerk?

A cop and a truck driver got into it when the truck driver honked at the officer because he thought he was speeding and on his cell phone.

Listen: Dori Monson's race call at Emerald Downs

KIRO Radio's Dori Monson was on hand at Emerald Downs on Friday. Monson called the fourth race of the night. Take a listen.

Battle over Seattle's $15 minimum wage turns to boycotts

Backers of a $15 per hour minimum wage in Seattle have launched a boycott of businesses who oppose it in a move KIRO Radio's Dori Monson is fighting to counter with his own "buy-cott."

Poll: Do you approve of the Washington Boater Education Card requirement?

As of now, all people under age 59 driving a boat in the state of Washington must have a Washington Boater Education Card.

Seattle neighbors upset with government project tearing up street twice to avoid fees

A big construction project in north Seattle has neighbors up in arms, because the contractor might tear up the new paving after just ten days, then repave it again - all at taxpayer expense.

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