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Past articles by Briseida:

Two separate building fires happened blocks from each other in Tacoma

One of the fires happened at the historic Freight House Station along East 25th Street. → Read More

SCOTUS hearing on Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan

President Joe Biden's student loan forgiveness plan was front and center Tuesday. → Read More

Pierce County residents felt the cold Thursday morning

“I was hoping that it starts getting hot but it’s the opposite,” said Peter Abongo who lives in DuPont. → Read More

Kitsap and Pierce counties to conduct DUI emphasis patrols

Law enforcement agencies in Kitsap and Pierce counties are cracking down on dangerous driving. → Read More

Tacoma police release new details in 2021 case of man found murdered in stolen truck

On Dec. 31, 2021, police found 31-year-old Jordan Patterson dead inside a stolen truck. → Read More

Microsoft announces AI-upgrades to Bing search engine and Edge browser

On Tuesday, Microsoft announced improvements to the Bing search engine and Edge browser. → Read More

Humanitarian efforts begin after 7.8 earthquake strikes Turkey and Syria

More than 2,500 people have been reported dead from an earthquake in Southern Turkey and Northern Syria on Monday. → Read More

Seattle man accused of violently attacking and killing man with hammer faced a judge Thursday

If convicted of all charges, Christopher Martin will face at least twenty years in prison. → Read More

Environmental Protection Agency blocks development of Pebble Mine

The Environmental Protection Agency has blocked the development of the Pebble Mine at Bristol Bay in Alaska. → Read More

Owner of ransacked Ballard bridal shop estimates loss of more than $100,000

Madison Leiren, owner of Leiren Designs, says her wedding shop in Ballard was ransacked Thursday morning. → Read More

2 families displaced by Marysville apartment complex fire

The cause of the fire is still under investigation, but officials believe it was accidental. → Read More

Snohomish County holds annual point-in-time count of homeless population

Snohomish County is trying to get a head count on all of its residents, including those experiencing homelessness. → Read More

US Postal Service holding hiring events across Washington

The need is especially urgent for mail handlers, clerks, and mail carriers. → Read More

FAA computer outage causes minimal impact at Sea-Tac Airport

By 7 a.m., FlightAware was showing only 68 flights at Sea-Tac had been delayed. → Read More

KIRO Newsradio colleagues, listeners pay tribute to Dori Monson

On Monday, Monson's colleagues opened the phone lines for listeners as they paid tribute. → Read More

4 Pierce County utility substations vandalized, cutting power to more than 14K on Christmas

Over 14,000 people in Pierce County celebrated Christmas in the dark. The Sheriff’s Department says four utility substations were vandalized early Sunday morning. → Read More

3 Pierce County utility substations vandalized, cutting power to more than 14K on Christmas

Pierce County Sheriff's Department Sgt. Moss says deputies will be monitoring all substations. → Read More

Rain, melting ice lead to flooding concerns across Western Washington

Snohomish County says they have flood engineers paying close attention to the weather. → Read More

Driver killed in two-car rollover collision in Federal Way

One person is dead and another is in the hospital after a violent rollover crash in Federal Way. → Read More

Alleged drunk driver crashes car into Seattle home

A couple in South Seattle got a rude awakening after a car slammed into their house. → Read More