Woman escapes through second-story window after man allegedly stabs her in Central District
Paraglider rescued from tree near Issaquah’s Poo Poo Point
Tenants protest outside city hall as Tacoma rents increase four times faster than Seattle
‘Worse than Disney World’: Sea-Tac wait times go over an hour amid busy Memorial Day travel weekend
KTTH Freedom Series: WA still suffering from crime, homelessness
KTTH Freedom Series: State policies created WA crime crisis
City of Seattle to phase out gas leaf blowers by 2027
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University Place teaching assistant faces more charges of child sex abuse
New sex abuse charges have been levied in Grays Harbor County against a former University Place youth baseball coach.
King Co. Metro's Trailhead Direct available Memorial Day weekend
To keep trailhead parking lots from becoming overcrowded King County, Trailhead Direct is available over Memorial Day weekend.
Electric unicycle explodes at Federal Way elementary school
An electric unicycle exploded at a Federal Way elementary school Thursday, prompting the school to shut down early and send students home.
Northwest Folklife Festival returns this Memorial Day weekend
The Northwest Folklife Festival returns to the Seattle Center this Memorial Day weekend featuring live music, storytelling, food, and art.
Fight over Burien homeless camp intensifies
Months-long frustrations over a homeless camp in Burien have intensified. King County’s general counsel sent a blunt warning to the city, and the city fired back.
Pack your patience for Memorial Day weekend travel
AAA estimates over 42 million people will travel during the upcoming Memorial Day Weekend – up about 7% from last year.
Luis Castillo strikes out 10 as Seattle Mariners beat Pirates 5-0
Luis Castillo struck out 10 in six crisp innings, and the Seattle Mariners beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 5-0 on Saturday.
Mariners rookie Bryce Miller chats about historic start, fastball, more
Seattle Mariners rookie Bryce Miller joined Wyman and Bob to discuss his great start to his MLB career, his fastball usage and more.
Huard: 3 focuses for Seahawks rookie Derick Hall to develop
Brock Huard shared where he thinks Seattle Seahawks second-round pick Derick Hall has room to grow as he comes to the NFL from Auburn.
McCutchen sparks record-tying home run barrage, Pirates sink Mariners 11-6
Andrew McCutchen and the Pittsburgh Pirates matched a franchise record with seven home runs in an 11-6 win over the Seattle Mariners.
Jarran Reed talks Seahawks return, rookie DL and much more
Seattle Seahawks DT Jarran Reed discussed returning to the Hawks, two of the team's rookies and much more with Mike Salk on Friday.
Huard: Where Seahawks WR Jaxon Smith-Njigba has room to grow
There are three places where Brock Huard wants to se Seattle Seahawks first-round WR Jaxon Smith-Njigba to grow as he enters the NFL.
Gross: State Senator passes law to screen drug offenders prior to release
Republican State Senator Chris Gildon (R-Puyallup) wanted to see legislative guardrails put up around those who struggle with addiction.
WA Rep. launches task force against fentanyl in central Washington
In response to the growing wave of fentanyl in the pacific northwest, Congressman Dan Newhouse, created a task force to tackle the crisis.
Drug-sniffing dog almost died after being exposed to fentanyl
A drug-sniffing dog overdosed and almost died coming into contact with fentanyl, the Snohomish County Sheriff's office said.
Rantz: Seattle partners admit funding fentanyl pipes over treatment
The City of Seattle is funding supplies for fentanyl and other drug addicts without any attempt to push treatment.
Rantz: Amazon should fire whining employees threatening walkout
For the whiners who decide to walkout on Amazon, I agree that they should stay home. But they'll need to find another job.
Anne Bremner: 'I don't think Bryan Kohberger can get a fair trial'
The trial of Bryan Kohberger is moving forward after the judge entered pleas during Kohberger's arraignment Monday.
Ross: Maybe more Americans should consider baby branding
According to Bloomberg, some anxious American and European parents have been hiring branding consultants to name their baby.
Ross: This level of graffiti is like defacing the Great Pyramid
Dave Ross: Graffiti on the highways is bad enough, and to have it center stage at the city’s front door is taking tolerance too far.
Ross: New Seattle low-income housing costs over $134M to address homelessness
If you’re wondering where you can find that low-income housing in Seattle we keep hearing about – I can give you the address.
Ross: Nobody in D.C. is actually going to stop the debt crisis
I think I’m going to have to accept that the debt crisis is just not as big a deal as all the news coverage is making it out to be.
Ross: The only way to avoid more taxes might be world peace
Dave Ross: If you want to avoid more taxes, then the dumbest thing you could do would be to cut the new funding for the IRS.
Ross: Trillions in taxes are being stolen by the wealthy
I stress this is money that could be collected without raising general tax rates. It’s already owed. It’s been shoplifted from the treasury.
Gee & Ursula
Gee & Ursula discuss the rules of the skies for airline passengers
With Memorial Day coming up, Gee & Ursula thought it would be a good time to take up the rules of the skies for airline passengers.
Gee: Is Pete Carroll the real life Ted Lasso?
I wonder if the writers of Ted Lasso reached out to Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll at all when creating the show.
Ursula: $134M high-rise won't solve Seattle homeless crisis
The Rise is being touted as Seattle’s first “affordable housing” high-rise in more than 50 years. It officially opened this week.
Ursula on Amazon employees planning walkout: 'Read the room'
Ursula Reutin says Amazon employees need to reconsider the walkout, especially as the company has already cut so many other jobs.
Gee Scott: 'I don't have faith' in King County Regional Homelessness Authority
KIRO Newsradio's Gee Scott said, "I don't have faith" in the King County Regional Homelessness Authority (KCRHA).
Renton starts pilot program providing free college tuition
Free college for high school graduates in Renton will soon become a reality. The new program is called the Renton Promise.
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Don't park on the shoulder at the airport, you can get fined
Don't add to the problem by parking on the side of the airport expressway while waiting for your people to arrive.
New survey tracks how we travel for the greater good
There's a huge survey underway right now that will help determine the future of travel in our region and how it's developed.
Prepare for NB I-5 closures through Seattle this weekend
All northbound traffic through Seattle is going to be diverted off I-5 and onto SR 520 from 10 p.m. Friday until 10 a.m. Saturday.
'Amazon Effect' crushing morning traffic into Seattle
We thought that our traffic had returned to pre-pandemic levels. The return of Amazon workers to Seattle shows we hadn't seen anything yet.
Is it time to raise the max toll rates to keep traffic down?
As I-405 is expanding, as well as State Route 167, the time has come to discuss max toll rates for our region.
What's up with the I-405 bridge to nowhere in Bellevue?
The new bridge over I-405 in south Bellevue looks like a bridge to nowhere. Is it part of the freeway widening or something else?
Feliks Banel: NW History and All Over The Map
When Sea-Tac Airport disappeared for six months
Sea-Tac Airport has had a few different names, but port commissioners ultimately decided to "Keep it Sea-Tac" in the 1980s.
Mysteries of Seattle's old 'Doughboy' statue still remain
It's fitting that the old grinning "Doughboy" statue, a memorial to Seattleites who served with the victorious Allies in World War I, should finally be at peace in a cemetery.
Community group working to save “Space Needle of Parkland”
When the old Parkland School in Pierce County was threatened with demolition last year, community members swung into action and managed to convince the owner to sell it to them instead.
President Carter: 'Moon looks like a golf course' compared to Mount St. Helens
When Mount St. Helens erupted 43 years ago next week, President Jimmy Carter declared all of Washington state a federal disaster area.
Historic Fort Steilacoom battles to get new landlord
The all-volunteer Fort Steilacoom museum -- which lies on land owned by Western State Hospital -- wants a new landlord.
Chinatown-ID 'Most Endangered' listing energizes preservationists
Seattle’s Chinatown-International District has just been added to the list of “11 Most Endangered Historic Places” in the United States.