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David Ham


Seattle, WA, United States

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Past articles by David:

Medina group fights to keep 80-foot cell tower out of city...

The city of Medina makes $32,000 a year just for allowing a 45’ cell tower to stick out at Fairweather Park. → Read More

Marijuana advocates fight proposal to ban pot shops near dog...

Josh Berman has owned a medical marijuana dispensary since 2011 in Belltown and he may be forced to shut down if the city council passes a new ordinance. → Read More

Amazon says it can help procrastinators with last minute...

Amazon’s Prime Now hub opened in Downtown Seattle back in August, and it is facing its first holiday rush. → Read More

Effort to bring giant pandas to Wash. gaining momentum

Former Governor John Spellman is part of a group called the Washington State Panda Foundation that says China will be sending a team to start researching the idea of loaning giant pandas to a zoo in the state. → Read More

'Santa' says he was kicked out of Kirkland Winterfest

Fred Herzberg says he’s never had any problems playing Santa for the past 30 years until Sunday, when he was asked to leave Winterfest in downtown Kirkland. → Read More

Grandmother, 85, fights back against purse snatcher

Eighty-five-year-old Lila Ullom is still recovering after being thrown on the ground trying to keep a thief from taking her purse. → Read More

90-year-old WW II vet pushes to send more care packages to...

For the past 11 years, 90-year-old John Kenny has worked with Local VFW 2995 to send more than 16,000 care packages to Iraq and Afghanistan. → Read More

Is Seattle losing its soul? New movement underway to keep...

Businesses people have loved for decades are disappearing across Seattle. → Read More

Bellevue mother and daughter fight off would-be robber

An Eastside mother and daughter refused to be victims after they said a stranger tried to drive off with their car. → Read More

Bremerton pee wee football players get big donation after...

The Warren Avenue Pee Wee Football League in Bremerton says it has bounced back after being targeted by thieves. → Read More

International District Charter School rallies supporters to...

Despite a state Supreme Court ruling saying that charter schools are unconstitutional, classes are in session. → Read More

Local homebuilder steps in to help family who lost everything...

Back in July, a fire destroyed Judith Hart's Shoreline house. Fortunately, her family escaped safely. → Read More

Thieves steal shed from Shoreline family trying to rebuild

Judith Hart is already dealing with losing everything in a fire that destroyed her house back in July; now thieves have targeted her property. → Read More

King County calls wildlife crossing 'very successful'

It's been more than a year since a wildlife crossing at Northeast Novelty Hill Road in Redmond opened to animals. → Read More

Man hopes to be the first to swim the full stretch of Duwamish...

57-year-old Mark Powell says he's hoping to be the first to swim the full stretch of the Green and Duwamish Rivers to raise awareness on the importance of preserving it. → Read More

Snohomish High School students defend teacher accused of...

Students at Snohomish High School are defending a teacher accused of inappropriate behavior. The Snohomish County School District has suspended teacher Bill Nicolay for alleged inappropriate behavior and inappropriate texting to students. → Read More

SPD says it could have handled 911 call better after business own

Helen Nguyen said she called 911 three times, and waited for three hours on Wednesday evening after a thief stole $300 from her at her South Seattle nail salon. → Read More

Redmond parents say change at playground could save lives

Parents in Redmond have started a petition asking Redmond Town Center to close streets near the Sensory Garden Play area at Redmond Town Center. → Read More

Neighbors in Alki leading grassroots effort to stop new bike...

All along Admiral Way in West Seattle's Alki Neighborhood, yard signs that say, "Keep it safe. Keep the parking. → Read More

Burien plans to give out gift cards for the homeless

The city of Burien is planning to increase a budget to give out $25 gift cards to Safeway as soon as possible. → Read More