As the Seattle City Council decides how to spend millions in the continuing effort to help the homeless, some neighbors don't want the only decision-makers to be politicians and advocates.
Dave Ross and Colleen O'Brien, on KIRO Radio's Seattle's Morning News, are headed to New Hampshire this weekend for the primary on Tuesday.
The top stories of the week on MyNorthwest.com.
710 ESPN SeattleReport: Seahawks' Marshawn Lynch tells people he plans to retire
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that teammates are still attempting to change Lynch's mind.
Tom and Curley, KIRO Radio'Sandman Act' makes 'so much sense' for Washington students
A state Senate committee unanimously passed a bill to study how students perform at schools that have later start times, the Associated Press reports.
MyNorthwestSeattle woman wakes to find burglar in her room
Officers arrested a man after a woman called 911 Saturday morning when she woke to a burglar in her bedroom.
710 ESPN SeattleProp bets can make Super Bowl matchup even more interesting
As is the case with every Super Bowl, propositional bets can either add to the entertainment value or make you wonder how you could have been dumb enough to bet on them.
Associated PressDebate Takeaways: Rubio shaken, Trump not stirred
There have been no higher stakes on a Republican debate stage in the 2016 campaign for president than there were Saturday night.
Associated PressDOC secretary resigns, apologizes for the 'tragic consequences' of inmate release
Washington state Corrections Secretary Dan Pacholke resigned from his position Saturday.
Ron and Don, KIRO RadioWhat happened to Seattle's 2003 plan for The Jungle?
Jordan Royer was in charge of cleaning up The Jungle in 2003. He developed a plan for the city to monitor it. What happened?
Dori Monson, KIRO RadioDori: Ousting of WSDOT head could end up saving us all money
Dori Monson argues that ousting Peterson could halt plans for tolling more roads, and putting transponders on every car in Washington.
KIRO 7Police: Bomb threat found in Redmond movie theater bathroom
The threat was found in the bathroom and staff evacuated the busy movie theater. Police arrived and sealed off the area.
710 ESPN SeattleSeahawks' Cliff Avril living in middle of Panthers territory
Cliff Avril makes his offseason home in Charlotte, putting him in the epicenter of a Panthers fan-base that is buzzing in anticipation of Sunday's Super Bowl.
MyNorthwestWashington Senate fires head of WSDOT
The head of the Washington State Department of Transportation, Lynn Peterson, has been let go from her position.
MyNorthwestWashington pro-gun bill features fake founding father quotes
A pro-gun bill in Olympia has drawn attention for featuring quotes from the founding fathers...that turn out to be fake.
MyNorthwestSemi-truck driver arrested for vehicular homicide for deadly I-90 crash
A driver involved in a crash that killed two people on westbound I-90 Friday morning was arrested for vehicular homicide and was determined to be under the influence of drugs.
Dave Ross, KIRO RadioThe inheritance of Mayor Ed Murray: Seattle's homeless crisis
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray discusses homelessness, criticism, and what to do about it.
MyNorthwestBertha crews repair damaged pier from barge incident
As Bertha sits idle, crews are working to repair damage to a nearby pier, caused by one of the barges used to haul away excavated dirt.
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- Brett Favre, Ken Stabler among 8 elected to Pro Football Hall of Fame
- Panthers QB Cam Newton wins NFL MVP award in a landslide
- Chiefs CB Marcus Peters, former Husky, wins top defensive rookie award
Seller mistakes in a hot market - 9 a.m. Sunday
Is it wise for a seller to have a completed inspection report for buyers?