Seattle Police looking for info on Garfield HS shooting suspects
No fun at Funko as move from Everett goes south
Medved: Faith and doubt can increasingly co-exist
Rantz: Rumors flare as LGBT flag replaced American flag at HS
‘Just another day’ after shooting at Skyway apartment building
Mayfield: An open letter to Washington State Republicans
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Non-paying public not allowed into South King County ‘Public Safety Summit’
A summit took place on Wednesday to address the crime plaguing South King County. The goal is to do a better job of keeping people safe.
OpenAI CEO suggests international agency like UN's nuclear watchdog could oversee AI
Artificial intelligence poses an “existential risk” to humanity, a key innovator warned during a visit to the United Arab Emirates
Expert: 'We will never see interest rates of 3% or lower ever again'
The glory days of 30-year mortgage rates of 3% or less may be in the rearview mirror.
6 charged in 'one of the largest' rental assistance fraud cases ever
Federal prosecutors call it one of the country's most prolific rental assistance fraud cases, with the culprits facing a 26-count indicment
Boeing accused of stealing trade secrets in new lawsuit
Boeing is facing another lawsuit, this time, the aerospace giant is being accused of stealing trade secrets to build a moon rocket.
Seattle Schools unveils new safety plan to decrease gun violence
Seattle Public Schools (SPS) announced several security improvements to help decrease gun violence across the district.
Dipoto’s thoughts on Seattle Mariners’ ‘perplexing power outage’
Jerry Dipoto dove into the overall offensive struggles the Seattle Mariners are having, including with veterans Kolten Wong and AJ Pollock.
Huard: The ‘fascinating’ way Seahawks’ roster differs from others
Brock Huard went through the Seattle Seahawks' roster and doesn't see any veteran players who are on the bubble of making the Week 1 team.
‘Struggling madly’: What Dipoto said about underperforming Mariners
The Seattle Mariners are 30-31 over two months into the MLB season. A look at how Jerry Dipoto, team president of baseball operations, answered some big picture questions.
Video: Get to know Seahawks 2nd-round pick Derick Hall
Pass rusher Derick Hall, the second of the Seattle Seahawks' two second-round picks, joined Brock and Salk at team headquarters.
Gustafson: Mariners’ hitting woes not just about free agents – it’s developmental
The Seattle Mariners' hitting issues aren't just due to lack of free agent spending, but an overall inability to develop prospect bats.
Mariners split in San Diego as Padres bust out to win 10-3
Juan Soto had a career-high five hits with four RBIs, and the San Diego Padres routed the Seattle Mariners 10-3 on Wednesday.
Walsh eyeing WA Republican Chair as Heimlich departs
Caleb Heimlich, the head of the Washington State Republican Party, is stepping down as chair this summer, ending a five-year run.
Rantz: Progressives target Muslim biz owner over LGBT comments
Activists are calling for a boycott against a Muslim-owned business over comments the owner made about LGBT people.
Jason Rantz announces first book, 'What's Killing America'
Jason Rantz will soon add published author to his long list of accolades with his first book "What's Killing America."
Rantz: Equity director fired after racist comment about Mexicans
The state's first Office of Equity director was ousted after complaints of racist remarks and using a "White supremacy" metaphor.
Gross: Federal Way resident fed up over repeated Walmart crimes
Multiple police responses have been needed at the two Walmart locations in Federal Way. One incident was reported as an aggravated assault.
Mark Mullet: 'I'm not conceding any Democratic votes to Ferguson' for governor
Washington State Sen. Mark Mullet (D-5th District) announced his candidacy for governor last week following Gov. Jay Inslee's 10-year run.
Mayfield: What happened with Seattle City Council drug ordinance vote?
What the actual heck did the Seattle City Council just do in regards to the drug ordinance that failed to pass on Tuesday?
Mayfield: Movie theaters could soon become unaffordable for some
It was heartbreaking to watch audiences flee during the pandemic and movie theaters close. I'm glad many were able to access relief money.
Ross: Tech companies need to be held liable for AI misinformation
Once a few AI CEOs find themselves going to jail for 11 years for misinformation, I imagine the industry will quickly start policing itself.
Ross: Patty Murray vows to restore social services as debt ceiling bill passes
This is a guest commentary from Senator Patty Murray. She was presiding over the Senate as they passed the debt ceiling bill last night.
Ross: IRS funding lost in debt limit bill, tax cheats rejoice
The debt limit bill passed in a classic bi-partisan compromise, and I was actually impressed by last night’s debate.
Ross: IRS has new no-pursuit policy with debt ceiling deal
This debt ceiling deal means the IRS will have to adopt a no-pursuit policy. It means the highway is clear, and all the lights are green.
Gee & Ursula
Medved: Biden v. Trump is ‘a depressing prospect to most Americans’
Medved: "The more it looks like it’s going to be Biden vs. Trump again, that’s a depressing prospect to most Americans.
Ursula: A personal story on how drug addiction affects us all
The reality is, each and every one of us is affected by drug addiction. If not personally, then through a family member, friend, or colleague.
Highland Park resident: 'No one comes to help' after encampment death
After a suspicious death at an encampment in Highland Park, a group of residents are wondering when the city will actually do something.
Report: Washington state capital gains tax a windfall for schools
Washington state's new capital gains tax is bringing in hundreds of millions of dollars more than expected, according to The Seattle Times.
Gee & Ursula: Seattle City Council has been 'way too dysfunctional'
The 2023 Seattle City Council election is gearing up with 45 total candidates registered to run across seven districts.
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.
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Once and for all: Motorcycle lane-splitting is still illegal
Have you noticed a lot more motorcycle lane-splitting recently? It's incredibly dangerous, and it's still illegal.
Congestion on SR 18 to get worse with construction
The already congested drive on State Route 18 to Interstate 90 is going to get a lot worse as construction ramps up this week.
Summer means traffic delays for Washington highways
It's almost summer, and like the weeds in your yard, the orange cones (and traffic delays) are coming to Washington highways.
Ambitious fish passage work begins under I-90 in Bellevue
Four new bridges are being built along the I-90 corridor in Bellevue, but they aren't for cars or bikes. They are for a fish passage.
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.
Feliks Banel: NW History and All Over The Map
House of Tomorrow demolition plan has a 'yesterday' feel
In Pierce County, the House of Tomorrow will soon become just a memory of yesterday with the demolition of the historic home because of a floodplain.
KIRO Newsradio's Feliks Banel wins Northwest Regional Emmy
A KIRO Newsradio staff member has brought home another big award, with Feliks Banel winning a Northwest Regional Emmy.
Gold Mines, Old Forts and other Northwest history mapped by Oregon man
An Oregon service station owner loved old maps and Northwest history so much, he launched a family business that’s still going strong.
Monument in Cascade foothills honors long-missing aviators
It’s not quite the final chapter, but the story of two lost Navy aviators reached a significant milestone just in time for Memorial Day.
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.