Bill Kaczaraba

Bill Kaczaraba

Website: http://www.mynorthwest.com

Bill Kaczaraba brings 40 years of journalism experience to MyNorthwest. Bill is the winner of four regional Emmy awards and a gold medal from the New York Television & Film Festival. He was the News Director of FOX 13 and NorthWest Cable News in Seattle, Vice-President of Content for FOX Sports Net, and Executive Producer at CNN. While at CNN, he was instrumental in producing the Space Shuttle Challenger explosion, the Tiananmen Square uprising, and Gulf War I. Bill graduated from Southern New Hampshire University with a Master’s degree in Digital Media. His Bachelor’s degree was earned at the University of Miami in Political Science and Journalism.

Violent attacks shake Tacoma community: Man survives brutal ax assault

In a harrowing incident late last month, a Pierce County man narrowly escaped death after being randomly attacked with an ax.
26 days ago

Electric vehicle rebates coming this summer for Washingtonians

Washington motorists will get an opportunity to benefit from new state rebates for electric vehicles (EVs) starting this summer.
29 days ago

South King Fire offering free smoke alarm installation for Federal Way residents

The American Red Cross is set to host a home fire safety event, Sound the Alarm, on Saturday, April 27, 2024.
1 month ago

Did UW know about rape allegations against Tybo Rogers before allowing him to play?

Seattle police implied that UW was aware of a rape accusation against sophomore running back Tylin Rogers before he continued to play.
1 month ago

Semi Bird wins endorsement for governor from state GOP

Republican candidate for governor Semi Bird has won the endorsement of the GOP state convention on Saturday.
1 month ago

‘What’d you say?’: Starbucks attempts to tamp down the noise

The coffee retailer, Starbucks, aims to reduce noise levels and enhance accessibility through strategic changes.
1 month ago

Trader Joe’s recall: Salmonella found in basil

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a food safety alert following an outbreak of Salmonella infections.
1 month ago

Seattle Mayor to address city’s arson problem in vacant buildings

Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell has proposed emergency legislation to address the escalating issue of fires and arson in vacant buildings.
1 month ago

Boos, chaos at Washington GOP convention over gubernatorial candidate endorsement

The state GOP convention going on in Spokane is looking more like a demolition derby than a meeting of the minds.
1 month ago

Video of man getting knocked out, robbed in Seattle goes viral; Gee and Ursula respond

A disturbing video has gone viral of a man getting knocked out and robbed by a small group of people on Capitol Hill Sunday.
1 month ago

Bumbershoot producers unveil plans for new downtown Seattle arts venue

The brains behind the Bumbershoot Festival will launch a new arts venue in downtown Seattle at the old Bed, Bath, and Beyond.
1 month ago

Gee and Ursula: Did pro-Palestinian protesters lose supporters by blocking traffic?

46 pro-Palestinian demonstrators were arrested after blocking the expressway leading to Sea–Tac. Gee Scott says that's when they lost him.
1 month ago

From mill town to top-ranked living destination: Washington city stands out

Once a mill town, Camas, Washington, has earned accolades as one of the premier places to reside in the United States.
1 month ago

A study in contrasts: Costco vs. Boeing

A recent poll conducted by DMH Research sheds light on how we perceive major companies like Amazon, Starbucks and Microsoft.
1 month ago

Seattle Police pursue, capture carjacking suspects after chase across several cities

Seattle Police swiftly apprehended two armed carjacking suspects in Burien after a high-speed chase that spanned several cities.
1 month ago

Jack and Spike: Lattes to lingerie from a former bikini barista’s point-of-view

Selena said life as a bikini barista was "a novelty. It's fun. I very rarely had an awkward encounter." She used to work as a stripper.
1 month ago

Are we going nuts or is it the environment?

According to an environmental journalist based in the Pacific Northwest, climate change is scientifically impacting the way we think.
1 month ago

Swinomish Casino & Lodge now open after ‘cybersecurity’ incident

The Swinomish Casino & Lodge in Anacortes has reopened after it was closed for weeks due to "cybersecurity" incident.
1 month ago

Yikes! Washington auto insurance rates blast past inflation

Seattle auto insurance rates are soaring. Last year’s 24.7% average increase has more than raised eyebrows across Seattle.
2 months ago

Highly contagious puppy disease raises concerns in Renton

Renton residents are on high alert due to an outbreak of parvovirus, a dangerous disease primarily affecting puppies.
2 months ago

UW scientists will head east to study the solar eclipse

A UW professor and grad students will head east to witness the full solar eclipse. Seattle will be on the outer edge of the view zone.
2 months ago

Asylum-seeking refugees in Kent get to stay in hotel for another 11 days

A group of asylum-seeking refugees will extend their stay at the Quality Inn by an additional 11 days in Kent.
2 months ago

King County judge blocks AI-enhanced video as evidence in 2021 shooting trial

A King County Superior Court Judge has prohibited the use of video-enhanced by artificial intelligence (AI) as evidence a murder trial.
2 months ago

Pierce County dog bite victim wants to bite back in a lawsuit

A man said he was involved in an incident involving a Pierce County Sheriff’s Depart. K-9 that left him injured and is filing a lawsuit.
2 months ago