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Amazon violated labor law with delivery app
Deputies seize nearly 100 pounds of drugs during Tacoma arrest
Source of pursuit deaths updates controversial data
'Recycle, don't throw out' newest message from King County initiative
Redmond police using vehicle-mounted GPS tracking system to track down fleeing suspects
Murder of Kent teacher calls attention to mental health crisis in Washington
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Pedestrian hit by train in Belltown, police investigate
Seattle Police are investigating after a man was hit by a train near Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood Thursday night.
Lovable radio host Frasier returns, but not to Seattle
Frasier, the lovable but loveless radio host who put Seattle on the map will not be returning to the Emerald City.
Snohomish Community Transit proposes new connections to light rail, more frequent bus service
Community Transit is proposing changes for 2024 and beyond that would increase local bus service and include connections to light rail in Snohomish County.
New tax bill proposed on high potency cannabis products
New legislation out of Olympia is looking to place a higher tax on cannabis products in Washington state based on how much THC is in them.
KIRO Newsradio staff
Family found to be dealing drugs from Lake Stevens restaurant
A woman found guilty of dealing drugs from her Lake Stevens restaurant, will now spend 10 years in prison.
Seattle Police Chief Adrian Diaz optimistic about drop in violent crime
Seattle Police Chief Adrian Diaz believes his jurisdiction — the 142 square miles that incorporate the metropolis — is becoming a safer place.
The Associated Press
No. 9 UCLA routs WSU Cougars 76-52 and are now 13-0 at home
Jaime Jaquez Jr. had 24 points and a career-high 15 rebounds, and No. 9 UCLA defeated WSU 76-52 to win its 21st consecutive home game.
Huard: How this draft class’ strength can help Seahawks in free agency
Because the 2023 draft is loaded with pass rushers, Brock Huard says there's history to show the Seahawks can take advantage in free agency.
The Associated Press
Al Ahly’s late goal ends Seattle Sounders’ debut 1-0 in Club World Cup
Mohamed Afsha scored in the 88th minute and sent Al Ahly into the Club World Cup semifinals by beating the Seattle Sounders 1-0.
Why Matt Brash could wind up being Mariners’ top reliever in 2023
Matt Brash shined once he joined the Mariners' bullpen, and Brandon Gustafson thinks that Brash can be the M's best reliever in 2023.
Seahawks Draft: Kentucky PxP explains why Will Levis’ comp is Josh Allen
Mel Kiper has the Seahawks taking Kentucky QB Will Levis. Kentucky announcer Tom Leach shares why Levis draws comparisons to a top NFL QB.
Bumpus: Where Seahawks RB Kenneth Walker shined, needs to improve
Former NFL WR Michael Bumpus breaks down what Seahawks rookie RB Kenneth Walker III did well and needs to improve on heading forward.
Ballard brewery owner nearly loses business to homeless fire
Bad Jimmy’s Brewing Co. in Ballard was nearly destroyed after a fire created by a homeless person nearly engulfed the property in flames.
Rantz: Shocking ignorance as Seattle Public Health blames drug ODs on racism, drug laws
Seattle Public Health is breathtakingly out of touch with the local drug crisis. It's no wonder more addicts keep dying on our streets.
Gross: Can anti-intrusion fog system stop Seattle crime in its tracks?
DensityUSA makes ‘anti-intrusion fogging systems’ that are meant to make it impossible for criminals to see once a break-in occurs.
Jason Rantz Show
WA Rep: Bill to protect women inmates, transgenders 'going nowhere'
WA Rep. Jacobsen co-authored a bill that proposes if someone's been convicted of sex crimes, they cannot be housed near women inmates.
Rantz: Identity-obsessed Progressives can't fathom crime without racism
We were shocked, disgusted, and maybe angry, but we saw them for what they were without defaulting the blame on racism.
Rantz: Democrats sue to kill WA's one election security feature, which makes fraud easier
Left-wing organizations are suing election officials over the signature verification process. This would make election theft effortless.
Ross: Was it a Chinese spy balloon, or luxury space travel prototype?
The defense department says it has been tracking a huge Chinese balloon over Montana
Ross: 'Police used as substitute for properly funding social services'
The reason we keep seeing abuses like the fatal beating of Tyre Nichols in Memphis. It’s rooted in American culture.
Ross: More millennials need their parents help, but for how much longer
Dave was shocked to hear about the latest statistics from Money.com on the number of millennials being subsidized by their parents.
Ross: Morning people have the ideal lifestyle, it's just science!
When I took this morning job, there wasn’t much competition. It was basically, "we need someone who can be here at 4:45 a.m.”
Ross: Kia is getting sued for thefts, but why not TikTok?
According to Seattle City Attorney Ann Davison, Hyundai and Kia thefts are so out of control in Seattle that its a public nuisance.
Ross: An odyssey of awe, a leaky ceiling and the power of self-confidence
Three weeks ago, Colleen and I interviewed researcher Dacher Keltner on the subject of Awe – which he defines as follows.
Gee & Ursula
Gee & Ursula: Right turns on red may become a thing of the past
Under new legislation proposed in the state Senate, right turns on red at many intersections may become a thing of the past in the state.
Gee & Ursula: FL downsizing Black studies 'doesn't erase history'
The College Board has released a stripped-down version of its new Advanced Placement course on Black studies.
KIRO's Darren Dedo recovering after battle with bilateral pneumonia
Through ECMO and amazing medical care, more than a month later, Dedo was able to join The Gee and Ursula Show remotely from his hospital bed.
Gee & Ursula: Naming officer in pedestrian death was appropriate
Gee & Ursula believe that releasing the name of the police officer involved in the deadly pedestrian crash in Seattle was appropriate.
Gee Scott and Ursula Reutin Show
Scenarios: I'm not ok with my stepdaughter spending my husband's money
On the Gee and Ursula Show, hosts Gee Scott and Ursula Reutin give advice to help other people in a segment called … Scenarios.
Gee Scott on service charges at restaurants: 'You're getting no tip'
Right now, Washington state law dictates that all tips belong to employees, but which workers get the money is decided by management.
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Will banning free right turns make our roads safer?
Is it time to get rid of free right turns on red? The Legislature is looking at ways to make streets safer.
WSDOT breaks ground to fix one of worst chokepoints in WA
The state is finally breaking ground on a project addressing one of the worst chokepoints in the region between I-90 and SR 18.
Speed cameras on freeways? Seems like a quick way to make roads safer
We have them in school zones, and we have them at intersections, is it time to put speed cameras on the freeways to keep speeds down?
WSDOT is hiring, but can it keep people from bolting for better pay?
The Washington Department of Transportation is back to pre-COVID-19 staffing levels, but can the agency keep those hires from leaving?
Gas prices have been creeping up, but who's responsible?
Gas prices are on the rise again in Washington, and it doesn't have anything to do with the war in Ukraine or supply issues in the U.S.
Emergency repairs to close multiple I-5 lanes in Everett this weekend
State transit officials are going to close two of the three northbound I-5 lanes around Marine View Drive in Everett all weekend.
Feliks Banel: NW History and All Over The Map
Bizarre structure in Kent is forgotten futuristic parking prototype
An unusual structure in Kent built more than 40 years ago may be a one-of-a-kind prototype for a futuristic automated parking garage.
How one of Seattle's first landmarks was nearly destroyed in Big Snow of 1916
Though it wasn’t as intense as the Big Snow of 1880, the February 1916 storm nearly destroyed one of Seattle’s earliest landmarks.
Space Shuttle Columbia lost in a storm of history 20 years later
It was Feb. 1, 2003 that the Space Shuttle Columbia was lost just 15 minutes before it was scheduled to land at Cape Canaveral.
Cold War film 'A Day Called X' imagines Soviet attack on Portland
In 1957, CBS aired a 30-minute film imagining what might happen if Portland, Oregon, came under threat of nuclear attack.
How were Pacific, Pend Oreille and Pierce counties named?
This is the ‘Minding Your Ps’ edition (and ninth overall episode) of “County Countdown," covering Pacific, Pend Oreille, and Pierce counties.
Remembering the night Larry King broadcast live from the Space Needle
Fans of Larry King remember his late night phone-in program, which stopped in Seattle in 1981 to broadcast straight from the Space Needle.