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Clement Place Licton Springs...
KIRO 7 News Staff

New Licton Springs apartments open to help address homelessness

The doors to 100 new apartments were opened Friday morning to people without a place to live.
3 years ago
(KIRO 7)...
KIRO 7 News Staff

Driver of stolen car rams King County deputy’s cruiser

A stolen car rammed a King County Sheriff's squad car. It happened at 9:45 p.m. Sunday in White Center.
3 years ago
(Fred Hutch)...
MyNorthwest Staff

New patients cured of HIV as fight against AIDS continues

Fred Hutchison HIV researcher Dr. Josh Schiffer provides context to the announcement that a second and third patient have potentially been cured of HIV.
3 years ago
Veteran chef...
Rachel Belle

The Vet Chef is a food truck by veterans, for veterans

After being blown up by an IED in Iraq, Kyle Gourlie came back to the states for rehabilitation. Through that process he found cooking, and now he owns The Vet Chef, serving up San Diego style Mexican food in Bothell and beyond.
3 years ago
HOV lane violators, rules of the road...
Chris Sullivan

Hitting HOV violators where it hurts — their wallets

Some HOV violators feel that the fine for misusing the carpool lane is the cost of doing businesses. But soon, that cost could be getting much more expensive.
3 years ago
Howard Schultz protest...
KIRO 7 News Staff

Protest gathers outside Howard Schultz event in Seattle

Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is returning to Seattle days after announcing a possible run for president. He has an appearance at the Moore Theater. He'll be greeted by a protest outside the venue.
3 years ago
Kelly Herzberg in her natural habitat. (Photo by Rachel Belle)...
Rachel Belle

In Seattle, a personal shopper and stylist who only shops at thrift stores

If you think you can't afford a personal stylist, head to the thrift store with Sweet Kelly Anne Styling's Kelly Herzberg who will pull hundreds of pieces for you to try on.
3 years ago
(AP)...
KIRO Nights

3 things Gee Scott is hearing from Seahawks about Week 9 vs Chargers

KIRO Nights’ own Seahawks insider, Gee Scott, breaks down the three things he is hearing from Seahawks players ahead of Sunday’s Week 9 matchup against the Los Angeles Chargers.
3 years ago
Olympia Bomb Threat...
MyNorthwest Staff

Authorities now suspect weekly bomb threats are from one person

Olympia has been inundated by bomb threats over the last five weeks, and after Tumwater received a similar call, authorities suspect the same person is responsible.
3 years ago
Kavanaugh protestors...
MyNorthwest Staff

King County Sexual Assault Hotline calls up 140 percent over last 24 hours

Calls to King County's Sexual Assault Hotline have shot up in the wake of Christine Blasey Ford's testimony in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee.
3 years ago
(Photo by thought catalog, unsplash)...
Rachel Belle

Friendship apps offer new pals, but also insecurity

We use dating apps, so why not an app to find a new friend? But some women using the apps feel embarrassed by them.
3 years ago
UW...
KIRO 7 News Staff

UW Police Department leaders ask regents to put chief on leave

Police sergeants at the University of Washington asked the board of regents to place Chief John Vinson, of the UW Police Department, on administrative leave.
3 years ago
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3 years ago
Tacoma...
Feliks Banel

Forgotten Cold War airliner from Tacoma still missing

On the morning of June 3, 1963, a Northwest Airlines DC-7 — a four-engine propeller airliner — left McChord Air Force Base, which is now part of JBLM.
3 years ago
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Rachel Belle

Seattle’s own Kenny G talks music and food with Rachel Belle. Oh, and he says he didn’t invent the Frappuccino!

Saxophone player Kenny G went to Seattle's Franklin High School, where he played in the jazz band. He chatted with Rachel Belle for her podcast, Your Last Meal.
3 years ago
Linda Perry (Photo courtesy of Linda Perry)...
Rachel Belle

Singer/Songwriter Linda Perry’s last meal + how sound can affect taste

4 Non Blondes frontwoman and Songwriter Hall of Famer, Linda Perry, doesn't care about food. She's all about music. So Rachel Belle interviews an Oxford professor who has studied how sound and music can influence the taste of food.
4 years ago
tent office, protest...
Nicole Jennings

Brock and Dave: NFL knee-takers could take a cue from Dori’s protest

Dave and Brock argue that NFL players who take a knee during the national anthem could learn from Dori's recent tent office protest. The difference, they say, is in the delivery rather than the message.
4 years ago
Colin Kaepernick...
MyNorthwest Staff

KIRO Radio hosts react to Seahawks postponing Kaepernick workout

KIRO Radio hosts opine on the Seahawks postponing a Kaepernick workout.
4 years ago
Colin Kaepernick...
Dori Monson

Dori: NFL teams recognize Kaepernick is more trouble than he’s worth

A new ESPN report states that the Seahawks were considering bringing Colin Kaepernick in for a workout - until Kaepernick refused to stop kneeling during the national anthem. Dori says that Kaepernick's refusal to stop using the football field as his personal social activism pedestal is a refusal to be a team player.
4 years ago
abortion...
Dori Monson Show

Video: Woman goes crazy outside abortion clinic

Dori has found a contender for this year's most entertaining audio. In this video from anti-abortion group Abolish Human Abortion, a woman takes anger to the next level.
4 years ago
cherry trees...
Nicole Jennings

UW professor discriminated against for Christian faith

University of Washington Professor Susana Asberry was stunned when the university put her on probation following allegations of racism and homophobia. Asberry believes the school is really persecuting her for her Christian faith.
4 years ago
tent office...
Dori Monson

Dori: Thank you for helping us pull the pendulum back

Dori thanks his listeners for their support in pulling off the tent office protest. Things may have gotten out of hand in Seattle politics, but Dori says that he and his listeners will pull the pendulum back the other way.
4 years ago
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Feliks Banel

Everett was the first to bury its streetcars

The streetcar systems of the 1890s were rudimentary, and they often were built and maintained by private operators.
4 years ago
A homeless encampment is coming to Whittier Heights. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)...
Nicole Jennings

Coming Whittier Heights encampment terrifies residents

Residents of Whittier Heights are living in dread of a homeless encampment that they say will destroy their neighborhood.
4 years ago