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Denied federal help, families take action to memorialize Flight 293

It was 59 years ago this week when an airliner took off from what’s now JBLM and headed north for Elmendorf Air Force Base in...

All Over The Map: Railroad and ‘Central Washington Highway’ ghosts on US 395

It doesn’t have the cachet of Route 66, and it’s not as scenic as the Pacific Coast Highway – but US 395 in the Evergreen...

All Over The Map: Searching for Washington’s historic smokestacks

It was recently added to the state’s Heritage Register and it’s one of the tallest structures of its kind in Washington, so you may have to...

History of abortion laws and politics in the Evergreen State

As the fallout from the Supreme Court leak continues to fuel debate, demonstrations, and political maneuvering regarding the future of abortion rights, it’s worth noting...

Opening Day of Boating Season is one of the Seattle area’s oldest traditions

Great cities are home to events that carry on traditions that resonate far beyond their official boundaries. Think strawberries and cream at Wimbledon, or mint...

Shores Bowl to become latest Western Washington bowling alley to close its doors

First it was Narrows Plaza Bowl in University Place calling it quits in February, then Tech City Bowl in Kirkland earlier this week named October 2 as...

Don’t be cruel: Share your Elvis and other Seattle World’s Fair memories!

The 60th anniversary of the 1962 Seattle World’s Fair is almost here. KIRO Newsradio is marking the occasion with a series of programs and stories...

All Over The Map: ‘Placeholders’ may temporarily replace derogatory names in Washington

A state committee on Thursday held the second of two special meetings to address how to comply with a recent order from the U.S. Department...

When ‘Almost Live!’ knocked down the Space Needle for April Fool’s Day

This is the story of the April Fool’s 1989 Space Needle collapse hoax, as told in “Almost Live!” host John Keister’s own words from an...

New ‘Indigenous Voices’ podcast connects Northwest’s people, land, and history

A new podcast from Fort Nisqually Living History Museum is all about Northwest stories told by Indigenous voices. Like so many thing silver linings of...

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