Josh Kerns

Long-serving Mariners employee leaves after 37 years with hometown team

As the Mariners keep on rolling, this weekend’s big series with the Astros is bittersweet for one of the team's longest-serving employees.
4 years ago

Seattle’s Recovery High School offers hope to addicted teens

The students of what's likely Seattle's smallest graduating high school class will receive their diplomas Thursday afternoon.
4 years ago

Jimi Hendrix Park a chance to reflect on the artistry, talent from Seattle’s Central District

Sunday marks exactly 50 years since Jimi Hendrix electrified the crowd at the Monterey Pop Festival, setting his guitar on fire and ushering in the Summer of Love.
4 years ago

Neighbors, church accuse Seattle of breaking own rules to site new cell tower

As the demand for fast cellphone service grows, it's creating conflicts between telecommunications companies and the people who live around a cell tower.
4 years ago

Blue Jays fans accuse Mariners of price gouging Canadians flocking to Safeco Field

A vast majority of the fans won't be cheering for the Mariners as Toronto Blue Jays fans from across Canada make their annual pilgrimage to Seattle.
4 years ago

Foster mom update: Burial assured, need continues for thousands of kids

Ron and Don listeners heard the call and came to the rescue for a local foster family after their mother passed away.
4 years ago

Snohomish County moms combat youth homelessness from the kitchen

After discovering how many students in Snohomish County were homeless, a group of women began taking on the problem head-on.
4 years ago

Jim Henson’s imagination unleashed in groundbreaking MoPOP exhibition

From Sesame Street to Fraggle Rock, Jim Henson's pioneering work has touched millions since the 50's, and his influence continues today.
4 years ago

Shoreline father hopeful Trump will help force return of abducted son

As another Father's Day approaches, the pain continues for Jeffery Morehouse. Morehouse's son was abducted by his ex-wife years ago.
4 years ago

Alaska Airlines faces impending shortage of pilots

From its expanded routes to swallowing rival Virgin America, Alaska Airlines continues its record growth. But there's a downside.
5 years ago

Knives to bridal wear: Check out what ends up in Safeco Field’s lost and found

It turns out there's a person at Safeco Field whose job it is to try and reconnect visitors with their lost belongings.
5 years ago

Sawant’s call to shut down highways on May Day ‘reckless and irresponsible’

A captain with the Washington State Patrol says Kshama Sawant's call for shutting down highways during May Day protests is "irresponsible."
5 years ago

Seattle chaplain: Far too few know about Washington’s Death with Dignity Act, end of life options

Washington is one of just a handful of states that have a Death with Dignity law, but very few utilize it, and many know nothing about their options.
5 years ago

Washington state takes new steps to stem epidemic of elder abuse

A law passed by the legislature is aiming to curb crime against what some call the ever-growing ranks of the aging known as the "Silver Tsunami."
5 years ago

Seattle police praised for making significant improvement in reducing use of force

After years of criticism and operating under the microscope of the Department of Justice, the Seattle Police Department is getting high marks.
5 years ago

Former Mariners hopeful Tyson Gillies pursuing big-league dreams in Kent warehouse

Former Mariners prospect Tyson Gillies won't be watching M's Opening Day. He'll be too busy chasing his own big-league dreams.
5 years ago

Seattle comic uses laughs to talk seriously about depression

A Seattle comic relives the struggle of depression and suicidal thoughts on stage to help others dealing with the same issues.
5 years ago

Seattle Council candidate vows to give voice to frustrated locals

Charlene Strong says that she is a Seattle council candidate, because she's tired of city leaders ignoring the issues she feels so deeply about.
5 years ago

‘It’s ridiculous’: Heartbroken family members plead for tougher DUI laws

A number of people testified in support of a change to a law that would make DUIs a felony after four offenses.
5 years ago

Major homeless roadside garbage cleanup starting in Seattle

The side of the road along I-5 in Seattle often looks like a garbage dump. City and state officials say a spring cleanup is underway.
5 years ago

Council, environmentalists seek answers in West Point sewage plant meltdown

More than a month after a catastrophic failure crippled the West Point sewage treatment plant in Magnolia and officials are still without answers.
5 years ago

Glass blowing transforming kids in Tacoma’s troubled Hilltop neighborhood

But the best part about Hilltop Artists is the kids often don't realize they're being transformed much like the glass they're making.
5 years ago

Horror in UW lab aims to save lives on battlefield and streets

The University of Washington's WWAMI Institute for Simulation in Healthcare (WISH) lab unveiled a medical mannequin that will hep trauma doctors save lives.
5 years ago

Tree lovers argue Seattle City Light cutting too aggressively near power lines

After examining a number of reports, studies and analyses, a tree advocacy group says it has found Seattle City Light has become far more aggressive in how it cuts trees around power lines than other utilities in the areas
5 years ago