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Family found to be dealing drugs from Lake Stevens restaurant

A woman found guilty of dealing drugs from her Lake Stevens restaurant, will now spend 10 years in prison.
4 days ago

Listen: Friends, colleagues offer tribute to KIRO Newsradio’s Dori Monson

All day Monday, KIRO Newsradio's John Curley talked to friends, news makers, and more in tribute to Dori Monson.
1 month ago

The Great Big KIRO Newsradio Holiday Special

Join your favorite KIRO Newsradio voices December 13th for a live radio holiday special!
2 months ago

Seattle Sounds: Five essential holiday songs that celebrate the area

I knew I could find unique holiday tracks from Seattle artists that hadn’t been overplayed in retail stores and on the radio.
2 months ago

Mayfield: Cooperation and communication is what got rid of Murder Hornets

Congratulations are in order for the folks at our state's Department of Agriculture. Why? They didn't catch a single Murder Hornet in Washington all year.
2 months ago

Mayfield: Remembering Kirstie Alley’s legacy, both good and bad

Kirstie Alley is dead at the age of 71. Her children said on Twitter cancer was the killer, and it had only been recently discovered.
2 months ago

Mayfield: AI might not destroy humanity, but let us love it more

Robots are taking over the world! Not the beep-boop kind but the "open your social media and see AI-created portraits" kind.
2 months ago

Mayfield: How I learned to fall asleep by embracing the worry

I schedule my worries. Literally, there is an entry each day in my phone's calendar that simply commands me to "worry."
2 months ago

Mayfield: What deserves praise in food culture, the baguette or cruelty?

The baguette is worth preserving! So says the UNESCO which recognized the "artisanal know-how and culture of the baguette"
2 months ago

Mayfield: Have a little extra empathy in the snow, we could all use it

Who is that guy on the radio? Why does he keep mispronouncing that CBS correspondent's name? Why so casual with the news? He's certainly no Dave Ross.
2 months ago

Black Friday shopping will look a little different this year

Black Friday may not be the big holiday shopping kickoff it once was, as stores will look a little different this year.
3 months ago

Tacoma homicide adds to deadliest year on record

Tacoma is experiencing the deadliest year in decades after one man was killed, and another shot in Tacoma early Saturday.
3 months ago

Watch: Dori Monson, Dave Ross host KIRO’s Election Night coverage

With over 75 years of broadcast experience, Dave Ross and Dori Monson hosted 2022 Election Night coverage on Tuesday night.
3 months ago

Vice President Kamala Harris to make Seattle visit

Vice President Kamala Harris will be making an appearance in Seattle this week to deliver remarks at an event with the EPA Administrator.
4 months ago

Free Seattle eye clinic provides prescriptions for nearly 1,000

If you or someone you know need an eye exam and new glasses but can't afford it - today's the day to head to Seattle Center.
4 months ago

Alaska Airlines reaches tentative agreement with pilots union

Alaska Airlines announced a tentative agreement with the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) on a new contract Friday.
5 months ago

Man killed in shooting in Seattle’s Chinatown-International District

A man was shot and killed in Seattle's Chinatown-International District on Thursday afternoon, according to Seattle police.
5 months ago

KIRO Newsradio’s Heather Bosch has been awarded two prestigious Gracie Awards

KIRO Newsradio's Heather Bosch was awarded two prestigious Gracie Awards at a ceremony in New York City this week.
8 months ago

Update: 1-year-old girl found safely after Amber Alert issued in Yakima

An Amber Alert has been issued for a missing one-year-old girl in Yakima. The child was left inside a 2014 GMC Acadia before it was stolen.
8 months ago

King County Metro offers transit-to-trail service with Trailhead Direct

King County's Trailhead Direct service, offered by King County Metro and King County Parks, is back for the summer.
8 months ago

Thousands of volunteers give back to the community for One Seattle Day

Thousands of volunteers gave back to the community on Saturday for One Seattle Day, including KIRO Newsradio's own Gee and Ursula Show.
9 months ago

Power outages impact thousands across Western Washington

Thousands of people are without power in Western Washington after strong winds knocked down trees and power lines on Wednesday.
9 months ago

Smash and grab jewelry robbery closes popular West Seattle business for several months

Last Friday before closing, three suspects with masks and hoods stormed into a West Seattle business, stealing jewelry and cash.
10 months ago

Europe’s omicron surge ‘totally different’ than what’s expected in Washington

An epidemiologist locally contextualizes the recent uptick in omicron COVID cases with data from Europe which has seen a resurgence of the virus.
10 months ago