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  • Minor or major, what parents should know about children and accidents

    Davis Law Group Order your FREE Book SPONSORED — From morning routines to making sure dinner is ready each evening, parents of young children have enough on their plates. But that to-do list comes to a screeching to a halt when a child is injured in an accident — especially if the incident is a […]
  • 5 must-do Seattle fall family-fun activities

    Whale Watching with Puget Sound Express SPONSORED — You’re trading in your iced Starbucks for something hot and frothy and pulling out the scarves and rain boots. Yes, there’s no question autumn has arrived in the Pacific Northwest. And while Seattle offers some spectacular summer days, there’s just something about fall’s crisp air, golden foliage […]
  • 3 ways you can become your own distiller

    Heritage Distilling SPONSORED — Cocktails aren’t the only craft when it comes to liquor. There’s an art to the distilling process, too, one that is more accessible than ever before. One of the best ways to enhance your enjoyment of spirits is not just understanding how they’re made, but getting involved yourself. And to that […]
  • 6 reasons to choose local businesses over box stores

    Issaquah Cedar & Lumber SPONSORED — These days, it seems like big box stores and giant corporations run the world. Believe it or not, those chains likely won’t serve you – or your community – as well as your friendly neighborhood business owner. There are myriad benefits that come along with shopping locally, so maybe […]
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  • 6 reasons wages aren’t growing as fast as the economy

    Visit Online Trading Academy Sign Up For a Free Class Now! SPONSORED — If you feel like your paycheck has reached a stalemate, you’re not alone. Although wage growth in President Donald Trump’s first year in office has been 2.7-2.9 percent depending on the source, for many American workers, this chart still feels like […]
  • Introducing the WSECU & KIRO Radio Hometown Hero: Paul Dudley

    NOMINATE your Hometown Hero WSECU SPONSORED — Known to some as “Captain Mooselips,” Paul Dudley is a photographer, auctioneer, licensed captain and the man behind the moniker who helps bring joy and fun to area children fighting cancer. Paul joins the fight against pediatric cancer by volunteering for multiple organizations in many ways: from working […]
  • 5 ways to stay informed during an emergency

    AlertSeattle SPONSORED — Preparing yourself for an emergency is no small task – just ask most of the country. According to FEMA, 60 percent of Americans aren’t practicing for a disaster. Emergency plan or not, you can make sure your family isn’t left in the dark – literally and figuratively – when disaster strikes. If […]
  • Calling all football fans: follow Russell on the road

    Take your Northwest spirit that we’re known for on the road this season with Alaska Airlines. With flights to all the away games and the most nonstop flights from Seattle, Alaska Airlines will get you to all the games and back home again. Alaska Airlines offers 1,200 daily flights to 115 destinations across the US […]
  • How traditional retirement planning fails

    Aging Options SPONSORED — It’s the moment most Americans dream about; after years in the workforce, it’s time to enjoy the long-awaited fruits of your labors. For most people, retirement means taking a break, focusing on favorite hobbies, spending time with grandchildren or other loved ones, traveling the world or all the above. Unfortunately, that […]