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  • bus riders Local News

    Closure of Convention Place stop sign of 'Period of Maximum Constraint'

    Early Saturday morning, King County Metro closed the Convention Place Station bus stops, affecting routes 41, 74, 101, 102, 150, 255 and 550.
  • stabbing Local News

    2 men stabbed in Seattle overnight

    Seattle police say two people were stabbed in the past 24 hours. One man died at the scene in West Seattle. Another man is recovering at Harborview Medical Center. One suspect is at large.
  • comedy Michael Medved

    An alternative to Trump-bashing comedy?

    A conservative comedy show could go after laughable libs like Pelosi and Schumer, Bernie and Hillary, while mocking politically correct comics and their predictable mockery of Trump.
  • Styx Dori Monson

    James Young of Styx talks band breakup, satanism accusations

    James Young of hit '80s band Styx talks musical inspirations, the band's breakup, and accusations of satanism.
  • Chokepoints

    Weekend road closures: Highway 2 and beyond

    A warm, dry weekend can only mean  one thing: road construction. And since those are rare in these parts, construction crews are taking full advantage and cramming as much work as possible into the weekends.
  • Marconi Award Dori Monson

    Dori Monson a finalist for Marconi Award

    KIRO Radio's Dori Monson is a finalist for a 2018 Marconi Award from the National Association of Broadcasters.
  • texting and driving Tom and Curley

    75 percent of King County drivers still love texting while driving

    Despite the year-old distracted driving law, 75 percent of King County drivers still believe they can safely text and drive.
  • MAGA hat Dori Monson

    Illinois teen says he was attacked in Seattle over MAGA hat

    An Illinois teen touring Seattle says he found himself the victim of rude behavior when he wore a MAGA hat around town.
  • Pike Place Fish Company Local News

    Iconic Pike Place Fish Company under new ownership by some of its own managers

    Pike Place Fish Company in Seattle’s Pike Place Market, now synonymous with Seattle after they unofficially branded its fish tossing, was sold to a group of four managers who have collectively worked there for decades.
  • Green Lake Dori Monson

    Green Lake 'free hugs' man allegedly pepper-sprays toddler, father

    A man notorious for taking photos of sunbathing women at Green Lake allegedly attacked a father and his 2-year-old daughter with pepper spray at the Seattle park on Wednesday evening.
  • homeless sweeps, homelessness Local News

    Seattle, King County leaders discuss homelessness ... again

    Officials with Seattle and King County spent Thursday discussing homelessness and health care issues. But the conversation could seem like echoes of previous discussions that residents have already heard.
  • Former Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn Local News

    Former Seattle mayor compares cutting bicycle brake lines to arson

    Cutting the bicycle brake lines is the same as arson, according to a former Seattle mayor.
  • detention center Local News

    New plans to reunite migrant parents at Northwest Detention Center with children

    Some migrant parents who are being detained at the Northwest Detention Center in Tacoma will begin the process to be reunited with their children, according to The Seattle Times.
  • Kavanaugh Michael Medved

    At stake in the Kavanaugh fight: Rule by the people

    Justice Kavanaugh’s confirmation will convey a powerful message that in America, it’s the people who rule, not all-powerful judicial elites.
  • Local News

    Thousands of acres burning near Kittitas

    A fast-growing wildfire has shut down the eastbound lanes of I-90 near Ellensburg.
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