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Edith Macefield's Ballard home could be demolished

The saga of Edith Macefield's 115 year old home continues as its latest owners find it is too expensive to get up to code. Now, it may be donated or demolished.

Seattle can't cure its homeless issue with tent cities

Seattle's growing homeless problem won't be solved by adding more tent cities, as currently proposed at city hall.

Dan Wilson: Edgar Martinez could be the break the Mariners need

The addition of Edgar Martinez to the Seattle Mariners' coaching staff may be the saving grace for the worst-hitting ball club in the major league.

'A Taste of Home' tells the story of history, food in Seattle's Chinatown

Two documentarians from Singapore became fascinated with the food and history of Seattle's Chinatown.

Generational ties to Confederate flag may be why it still flies in Washington

The idea of taking down the Confederate flag may be difficult for people because of how engrained it is in their heritage.

Did Russell Wilson's post cross the line?

Should Russell Wilson really be posting photos like this on his Facebook page?

God doesn't belong in Russell Wilson's contract negotiations

God is not involved in contract decisions, KIRO Radio's Ron Upshaw says.

Ron Upshaw: Pride crosswalks are beneficial, but should be funded privately

The crosswalks on Capitol Hill are a positive step forward, but who should pay for them?

A local cop designed a manly, durable diaper bag for baby toting dads

Local cop, Jeff Shepard, was not a fan of the floral, pastel diaper bags on the market. So he designed his own. Now he sells his Down Range Baby bags, designed by a Lakewood military bag and bulletproof vest manufacturer.

A Seattle man is throwing a huge retirement party for his service dog

Seattle's Alex Stone is never without his service dog, Fraser. Born with cerebral palsy, Fraser is the only reason Alex was able to live independently and travel. But it's time for 10 year old Fraser to retire.

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