As crash investigators begin the task of figuring out what caused the fatal helicopter crash near the Space Needle Tuesday, the local news media is dealing with an unusual situation: reporting on the tragedy while coping with the loss of their colleagues.
Washington State investigators allege that a man treating pain and cancer was actually a fraud – and that several patients died under his unlicensed care.
Seahawks super-fan Tim Connors got an “XLVIII Champs” tattoo with the team’s logo inked onto his right forearm at the beginning of the season, KOMO-TV reports. And Connors insists that the decision is based on confidence rather than craziness.
A surge in weapons purchases is creating too much work for Washington State regulators, and now government officials are looking to tap taxpayer money to help update their weapon database.
The King County prosecutor’s office says 46-year-old Sherrie Morton left her 70-year-old mother to rot in their home.
(CBS Seattle) — The Seattle Police Department is loosening its rules on pot use and tattoos for new recruits, according to KOMO News. Mayor Mike McGinn announced the changes Monday morning, saying the change is […]
(CBS Seattle) — A couple is arrested after allegedly getting caught having sex in the bathroom of a Capitol Hill nightclub. According to KOMO News, Seattle police officers were called to the club in the 1400 […]
KOMO News reports the network’s new weekend anchor, Joel Connable, was found dead in his apartment.
An investigation is being conducted against a Seattle area man with a criminal past who recently placed an ad in his local newspaper looking to be a big brother for someone’s daughter.