Latest Headlines by Linzi Sheldon
After drivers were stuck on westbound Interstate 90 for up to six hours last fall during expansion joint repairs, the Washington State Department of Transportation is promising that the same mistakes won’t happen with major construction projects this year.
A former nurse and bilateral amputee says a local non-profit that brokers transportation for Medicaid patients like herself is letting people down.
As federal prosecutors build their case against the suspects in the Christmas Day attacks on substations in Pierce County, KIRO 7 has new surveillance video and has uncovered more attacks in Washington state than even federal data shows.
Data shows Seattle recorded its lowest number of car break-ins in a decade last year, but the Seattle Police Department says the numbers aren’t telling the full story.
Some prosecutors say a new move from Washington’s Department of Social and Health Services could endanger public safety across Washington.
The Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is expecting its busiest day of the Thanksgiving travel rush on Wednesday, and there are plenty of services—including a free one—that can cut down delays for travelers.
A KIRO 7 investigation discovered judges have ordered dozens of people to receive thousands of dollars in payments from the state for waiting in jail for mental health treatment, so they can participate in their own trials.
Baggage thefts are up this year at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, and as people prepare to fly for the holidays, police are encouraging them to think twice about what they’re packing and to even consider tracking devices.