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Dori: Lynnwood councilmember charges up to $10,000 in ‘irregular’ campaign expenses

Taken from Thursday’s edition of KIRO Radio’s Dori Monson Show A couple of weeks ago, we told you about a story involving a Lynnwood City...

Dori: City of Seattle tells volunteer group to stop helping the homeless

Tired of writing to city leaders and getting no response, a crew of Northwest Seattle neighbors decided last year to start taking action. Armed with...

No Honor Guard for King County deputy who died of COVID?

A 35-year-old deputy has died from complications due to COVID-19, according to the King County Sheriff’s Office. The office said he had been battling the...

Meet the firefighter and deckhand who won’t get vaccinated

Meet the Washington state workers who are leaving their jobs over Gov. Inslee’s vaccine mandate. Washington state’s COVID vaccine mandate for most government, healthcare, and...

An exit interview with King County deputy: ‘Morale is lower than anything I’ve seen in 30 years of service’

King County Sheriff’s Office deputy Jessy Bailey appeared on KIRO’s Dori Monson Show to announce his resignation over his claim of deteriorating morale within the...

Student says fight at Tahoma school wasn’t racially motivated

Tahoma High School. (Facebook) District officials say that a fight at Maple Valley’s Tahoma High School included students hurling racial slurs. One...

Jimmy John’s manager frustrated with low staffing thanks to ‘government handouts’

The sign hanging in Jimmy John's. A Jimmy John’s in Bellevue is being transparent about why their service might be lacking....

Island County government employees to get hazard pay from federal relief

A bipartisan group of Democrat and Republican members of Congress as they announce a proposal for a Covid-19 relief bill on Capitol Hill...

Burien mom says she was attacked, sexually assaulted in grocery store parking lot

(Unsplash) Angela said she was assaulted while putting her kids in the car outside a Safeway in Burien last week. She said...

Lawmaker, author of state policing bills admits ‘we have a couple of fixes to do’

Cadets at the Washington state Criminal Justice Training Commission, walk past a training exercise in progress in July 2021 in Burien. Washington state...

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