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King County Sheriff: Too many people jumping to conclusions in Olympia shooting

It's not just the media and protesters who may be falsely portraying what happened when two step-brothers were shot in Olympia.

Former Seattle strip club will reopen as hotel

What used to be a place for a peep show will become a place to rest your head.

Dori celebrates death of property tax bill

I'm happy to tell you that a bill we have talked about died last week.

Why are students disciplined for walkout; teachers get off scot-free?

The Mukilteo School District has zero tolerance for students leaving campus, but when teachers choose to leave for the day there are no repercussions.

Futile gesture by Seattle couple that left estate to government

The government spent a couple's estate in less than 10 seconds, which is why KIRO Radio's Dori Monson believes it was a waste.

Employee walkouts are spreading like a plague

With all the walkouts and strikes going on, is there anyone still working?

Senator says teachers' union running a 'con-job'

Teachers' unions are breaking the law, but lawmakers in Olympia are afraid to do anything about it, KIRO Radio's Dori Monson said.

History Channel show foreshadowed major blow to Seattle tunnel project

A show on the History Channel, which aired two days before officials announced the Seattle tunnel project is going to be delayed even longer than originally thought, described Bertha as a disaster.

Save your bath water: Drought declaration is part of climate change agenda

Governor Jay Inslee's drought declaration is part of a climate change agenda and raising taxes, KIRO Radio's Dori Monson said.

Huge increase in needles on Seattle's streets is stark contrast to Dori's childhood

The amount of hypodermic needles being discarded on the streets of downtown Seattle is on the rise. It's a sharp contrast to the city KIRO Radio's Dori Monson grew up near.

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