We know the number of fentanyl deaths is exploding. Now, we know more about the youngest victims.
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What could be described as fire-breathing hate started on Nov. 2, 2007, in a beautiful, Italian college town.
KIRO 7 consumer investigator Jesse Jones shares his story after having emergency quadruple bypass surgery.
<p>Cowboy boots are the bomb, Burrito is a really great name and troll dolls need love too.</p>
<p>The saying goes, a picture's worth a thousand words.</p>
<p>She had hair, so I almost didn't recognize her.</p>
<p>"I didn't think it should be lost to the boneyard," said Billy Hutchinson. It's as simple as that for the man who saved Trump.</p>
<p>When Samantha looked into their eyes, tears came to hers. She never dreamed she'd be meeting these children in the Tigray Region of Ethiopia. That she would look into their beautiful, brown faces, and see the pale skin and blue eyes of another child. Her own. Her heart burst with love and loss. The children in front of her were alive. Her daughter is not. </p>