From Bertha to traffic and Seattle's mayor resigning, these are some of the most popular stories of 2017.

Most popular news stories

Michael Bennett...
MyNorthwest Staff

Las Vegas police reveal details from Michael Bennett encounter

Las Vegas police held a news conference on Friday about an encounter with its officers and Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett.
5 years ago
Ed Murray...
MyNorthwest Staff

Seattle mayor: I’m resigning

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray announced that he will resign after a relative became the fifth man to accuse him of sexual abuse.
5 years ago
mail carrier...
KIRO Newsradio Newsdesk

Seattle neighbors file lawsuit against mail carrier

A Seattle man collected 13 complaint letters from neighbors who said their same carrier had submitted “fake” dog problem reports to USPS management.
6 years ago
drivers...
Kipp Robertson

Would you pay a $17 toll to drive from Seattle to Tacoma?

What if drivers were charged nearly every time they got in their vehicles?
6 years ago
Seattle police...
MyNorthwest Staff

Two officers involved in downtown shootout identified

Two Seattle police officers were shot while responding to a downtown robbery. One suspect has died and another is in custody.
6 years ago
Bertha webcam...
MyNorthwest Staff

Gov. Inslee: Bertha’s breakthrough is ‘historic’

Seattle's massive boring machine is expected to reach the surface sometime Tuesday. Watch live on the Bertha webcam.
6 years ago
tanker truck, crash...
MyNorthwest Staff

I-5 reopens after overturned tanker truck blocked freeway all day

A tanker truck that tipped over near the West Seattle Bridge is blocking all lanes southbound I-5's collector-distributor lanes.
6 years ago
socialist alternative, anti-cop, banking, Kshama Sawant...
Kipp Robertson

Petition to remove Kshama Sawant from office nearly at goal

A petition calling for the removal of Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant for "abuse of power" is nearing its goal of 25,000.
6 years ago
Trump protests...
MyNorthwest Staff

2 taken into custody, released after UW campus shooting

Seattle officers are working to remove a person who they suspect has been shot in the abdomen in the crowd on the University of Washington campus.
6 years ago
Chris Sullivan

Pay-per-mile tax program is going to be tested in Washington

The Washington State Transportation Commission is rolling out its plans to tax drivers for the miles they drive, instead of at the pump.
6 years ago