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Nicole Jennings

New bill has Washington tribes, farmers divided over salmon protective zones

Advocates say a bill to establish salmon protective zones along rivers would save the salmon, but farmers say it would destroy their businesses.
Nick Bowman

Washington AG claims Google illegally tracks users in 'dark' pattern of behavior

Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson filed a lawsuit on Monday against Google, alleging that the company illegally tracks its users.
KIRO Newsradio Newsdesk

Homes in Magnolia area going on 48 hours without internet after cables cut, stolen by vandals

It has now been more than 48 hours since Seattle's Magnolia neighborhood has had phone and internet service due to cut cables and wiring.
MyNorthwest Staff

Air Stagnation Advisory in effect for Western Washington to start the week

The Puget Sound region is going to be socked in with fog through most of this week, which has triggered an Air Stagnation Advisory. 
Dalton Day

International coalition purchases mining rights to ‘ecologically sensitive’ Skagit River headwaters

The mining company Imperial Metals has sold its stake on the Upper Skagit River to the province of B.C. with assistance from Washington state.
Nick Bowman

Group seeking to change how Seattle voting works builds large early war chest

A push to dramatically alter the way Seattle votes in primary elections is already getting significant financial support in its early days.

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Stacy Rost

Rost: What are Seahawks missing that the 4 NFL teams still alive have?

With the NFL's conference championship matchups set, Stacy Rost puts the focus on one strength those teams all share that the Seahawks need to improve for 2022.
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John Clayton

Clayton: Seahawks’ chances of bouncing back in 2022 just got better

A lot of news coming out of the NFC over the divisional playoffs round weekend should have a positive impact for the Seahawks next season.
George Kittle Ryan Neal Seahawks...
Brent Stecker

How close are Seahawks to level of teams in NFL championship games?

After watching four teams advance to the NFL's conference championship games, Jake Heaps breaks down how he thinks the Seahawks compare.
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Maura Dooley

Seahawks’ special teams deserve some praise after Packers’ collapse

Maura Dooley explains why the Seahawks' special teams didn't get enough credit, especially after seeing how special teams cost Green Bay in the playoffs.
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The Associated Press

Oregon builds big early lead, beats UW Huskies 84-56

Will Richardson scored 21 points as Oregon won its sixth straight game with a 84-56 victory over the UW Huskies on Sunday night.
Seattle Kraken...
The Associated Press

Seattle Kraken take down NHL-leading Florida Panthers 5-3

Mason Appleton scored his first goal in nearly two months 26 seconds into the third period, Philipp Grubauer made 28 saves, and the Seattle Kraken beat the Florida Panthers 5-3 on Sunday night.

Jason Rantz

Jason Rantz

Rantz: Seattle man live-tweeted 'hostage taking.' He keeps getting out of jail

A man who says he suffers from mental illness attempted to take hostages at a Seattle Target. He's pulled this dangerous stunt before.
Jason Rantz

Rantz: Concern as 20% of fully vaccinated Seattle police hit with COVID this month

A fully vaccinated Seattle Police Department suffered nearly 20% of its staff contracting COVID in just the first 21 days of January.
Jason Rantz

Rantz: King County fired the unvaccinated, now pays $103 an hour to fix staffing crisis

The staffing situation at King County jails is so dire that some correction officers are now being paid over $100 an hour for overtime.
Jason Rantz

Rantz: Man allegedly car prowls for an hour in broad daylight, as police couldn't respond

A man was caught on video as he appears to car prowl in Tacoma. Police officers were nowhere to be seen, but even if they were, he couldn't be detained.
Jason Rantz

Rantz: Seattle-area school uses MLK Jr. Day to bash police and USA

A local school used a Martin Luther King Day assembly to amplify virulently anti-police and anti-American messages. Is this what the holiday is meant for?
KTTH staff

New state Senator Simon Sefzik views his young age 'as an asset'

The 42nd Legislative District has a new state senator: 22-year-old Simon Sefzik. He tells the Jason Rantz Show he's excited to learn and get to work.

Dave Ross

MyNorthwest Staff

Seattle Children's pediatrician knows it's 'challenging' to get young kids to mask up

A number of parents of young kids are feeling left behind at this point in the COVID-19 pandemic as the nation tries to return to normal.
Dave Ross

Ross: Seattle may get to see 'approval voting' in action

There is some real money behind the latest attempt to reform primary elections in Seattle, with a system called "approval voting."
MyNorthwest Staff

New study details 'startling' effect large tsunami would have on Western Washington

A new study from the state Department of Natural Resources details the devastating effect a large tsunami would have on Washington's coastal areas.
Dave Ross

Ross: Beat the vote suppressors at their own game

Democrats have promised to keep fighting for voting rights, and that includes Rep. Derek Kilmer. So, I tried to sell him my idea of radical compliance.
MyNorthwest Staff

McKenna: 'Real chance' Bremerton coach could prevail in SCOTUS case over praying at games

Could former Bremerton High School football Coach Joe Kennedy finally score a legal victory in front of the Supreme Court?
MyNorthwest Staff

Washington Rep. Kilmer says voting rules must pass the 'grandma' test

Congressman Derek Kilmer believes certain voting rights need to be enshrined nationwide, and it has to do with his grandma

Dori Monson

Dori Monson

Dori: Was Issaquah HS basketball coach dumped over ideology?

Issaquah High School’s varsity girls’ basketball coach Doug Crandall has been on administrative leave for over a month without explanation.
Dori Monson

Dori exclusive: Seattle lawyer once investigated in rapist husband's case now a local judge

The wife of a Seattle lawyer convicted in five separate attacks a decade ago is now a sitting municipal court judge in Lake Forest Park.
Dori Monson

Dori: Upcoming book reveals 'toxic liar' led Seattle schools' ethnic studies program

“Race to the Bottom: Uncovering the Secret Forces Destroying American Public Education” is a shocking expose that will come as a surprise to many.
Dori Monson

Dori: Oops! Maple Valley school pulls back on 'VIP' list for vaccinated students

After “VIP seating” that came with “an added privilege” for COVID-vaccinated students, the Maple Valley school has reversed its decision.
Dori Monson

Dori: Keep an eye on scores of anti-gun bills in Olympia

State lawmakers consider nearly 30 anti-gun bills, some of which attempt to bypass a statute that preserves uniform gun laws in the state.
Dori Monson

Dori: Soft on crime policies from state Democrats have tragic consequences

Washington state Democrats in the Legislature have made it open season for car thefts and the tragic consequences that can ensue.

Gee & Ursula

Gee Scott and Ursula Reutin Show

Gee & Ursula: Is it time for an income tax in Washington state?

Is it time for an income tax in Washington state? The Gee and Ursula Show team wants to dig into a few more details on this proposal before supporting it.
Gee Scott and Ursula Reutin Show

Gee & Ursula: Data shows pandemic has impacted learning for Washington students

Test scores in Washington have dropped during the COVID-19 pandemic, with just 30% of students in grades 4-11 meeting standards in math.
MyNorthwest Staff

Gee interviews CEO Dan Price on latest episode of 'Leaving a Legacy'

On episode three of “Leaving a Legacy,” Gee Scott interviews Gravity Payments CEO Dan Price, who famously paid all his employees a $70,000 minimum salary.
Gee Scott and Ursula Reutin Show

Gee & Ursula: No winners in battle over limiting free speech in Washington

Proposals that seek to limit aspects of free speech are coming from both sides of the aisle during the current legislative session in Washington state.
Gee Scott and Ursula Reutin Show

Seattle Mayor Harrell looks to form third public safety department for unarmed responders

Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell wants to supplement the city's police and fire departments with a third public safety department.
Gee Scott and Ursula Reutin Show

Gee & Ursula: Report shows most Kroger grocery workers struggle to afford food

A new report shows that more than two-thirds of Kroger grocery workers are struggling to afford food, housing, or other basic needs.

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Seattle Traffic

Chris Sullivan

Market expert: Consumer confidence in electric vehicles is on the rise

Price, charging infrastructure, and range are the three improving indexes for gradual consumer confidence in electric vehicles.
Chris Sullivan

Major US airlines warn of flight disruptions Wednesday as new 5G service starts

Many airlines are warning of flight delays Wednesday as new 5G frequencies are fired up by cell phone companies that could interfere with landing.
Chris Sullivan

Reversible lane between SR 520 and I-5 under construction

The state Department of Transportation is ramping up work to add a reversible HOV lane between SR 520 and the I-5 express lanes in Seattle.
Chris Sullivan

WSDOT accuses Kittitas County of 'misinformation' on snow removal dispute

The head of the Washington State Department of Transportation is basically saying Kittitas County is lying about its snow removal complaint.
Chris Sullivan

Uncertainty surrounding COVID, work schedules brings changes to Puget Sound commute

Commute times typically see a dip over the winter holidays, but it springs right back after the first of the year. That didn't happen this year.
Chris Sullivan

WSDOT head tells legislature vaccine mandate had no impact on recent pass closures

The head of the Washington State Department of Transportation faced angry lawmakers Monday, asking if the vaccine mandate had an impact on pass closures.

Northwest History

Feliks Banel

All Over The Map: Cape Disappointment 2, Visitors 0

A forgotten missionary -- Jonathan S. Green -- really wanted to visit the Pacific Northwest, and especially the Columbia River, nearly 200 years ago.
Feliks Banel

Slim, Jim, and Jay: Revive the 30-mile Cascade Tunnel for cars and trains?

The recent snow that shut down traffic over the passes inspired a former member of Congress from Seattle to reach out to Gov. Inslee with a bold solution.
Feliks Banel

All Over The Map: How an Auburn family stayed in touch by locomotive and dish towel

When Auburn was a serious railroad town, there was one local railroad engineer who had a unique way to let his wife know he would soon need a ride home.
Feliks Banel

Family seeks Hall of Fame honor for long-ago UW football hero

One standout All-American figure from the UW football team’s early days is missing. Huber “Polly” Grimm's grandson is working to change that.
Feliks Banel

All Over The Map: Who named the 'Inland Empire?'

The nickname “Inland Empire” probably peaked in usage on maps and tourist literature decades ago, describing a region with Spokane at its center.
Feliks Banel

Seattle's Guild 45th owners submitted preliminary application for demolition permit in Nov. 2021

The Guild 45th's marquee and sign were removed Tuesday, but the theatre in Seattle's Wallingford neighborhood is not facing imminent demolition.