KIRO Newsradio Headlines: Four white nationalists plead ‘not guilty’ to Idaho-Pride-riot conspiracy
Four more members of the white nationalist group Patriot Front pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor charges of conspiracy to riot.
The Seattle Times reports the men are among the 31 Patriot Front members accused of planning to violently disrupt a Pride celebration in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, on June 11.
Founded after the deadly “Unite the Right” rally in 2017, Patriot Front’s manifesto calls for the formation of a white ethnostate in the U.S.
Stolen goat recovered: one arrested, two more on the lamb
A 3-month-old goat – stolen from the Gray’s Harbor Fair – has been found safe and has been returned to its home.
Penny the goat was taken around 6:30 p.m. Saturday night and spotted with her captors at the Lacey Walmart later that night.
One suspect was arrested Monday, Aug. 15, and two more have been identified but not yet caught.
New screens at Lumen Field, just in time for Seahawks pre-season
Two new upgrades for Lumen Field premiere at the Seahawks pre-season game this Thursday, Aug. 18.
Fans will have a first look at the pair of giant video boards that were added to the north end of the stadium during the off-season.
The screens were added to the array of other video displays around the field, including the giant replay screen at the south end.
West Seattle water main burst, left 2,000 temporarily without water
From the air, it looked like the geyser “Old Faithful” spouting over part of West Seattle on the afternoon of Monday, Aug. 15.
But Seattle Fire Department officials say it was actually a 24-inch water main that suddenly burst open, knocking out water service for many, and damaging a half-dozen nearby apartment units.
The water was shut off eventually, but the pipe still needs to be repaired.
An estimated 2,000 people living in the area have had their water service restored, but may need to run their faucets a bit to get the sediment that was stirred up out of their pipes.
Man drowns in Lake Washington; paddle boarders attempted to save life
A 65-year-old man believed to be swimming in Lake Washington, south of Madison Park Beach, died Monday, Aug. 15.
Seattle Firefighters say they responded to a call for a man found in the water by a group of paddleboarders.
The paddleboarders pulled the man to shore and began performing lifesaving measures on him until medics arrived.
Seattle Fire Department spokeswoman Kristin Tinsley says the man was pronounced dead at the scene.
The medical examiner will determine the man’s cause and manner of death.
Fatal bus crash in Bellevue, police still investigating
A fatal accident Monday, Aug. 15, involved a metro bus. Bellevue police say it appears the bus was turning left onto 156th Ave NE when it collided head-on with a vehicle.
A passenger in that vehicle was killed. The driver was hurt.
No one on the bus was injured.
Police say there are no signs that either driver was impaired or speeding.
The incident is still under investigation.
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