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Seattle's 8th Generation is the first Native American company to make traditional blankets

Until now, no traditional blankets tribes purchased were made by native people. A Seattle artist is changing that, while bringing the business home.

Two officer-involved shootings might be sign of bigger disrespect issue

A Seattle police officer who disarmed a man holding a realistic-looking pellet gun could star in Western film.

UW doctors test a device that keeps donor hearts beating, pumping blood outside of the body

Right now, the only way to transport a donor heart is on ice, but a new system could keep it beating and traveling farther.

Seattle restaurant jumps in to help after deadly Aurora Bridge crash

Thursday night was the first time in Canlis' 65-year history that the restaurant canceled dinner service. Located about 200 feet from the crash site on Seattle's Aurora Bridge, they served food to first responders, cops and journalists, and offered up their restaurant as a home base.

Former 'Duck' driver says company focus is safety

The amphibious Ride the Ducks vehicles in Seattle are made of modern parts and are checked at least twice a day, so a malfunction that resulted in four fatalities is hard to imagine.

Blood bank 'overwhelmed' by donors after fatal Aurora Bridge crash

Bloodworks Northwest has issued an urgent appeal for blood donors to meet "critical needs" following a fatal crash on Seattle's Aurora Bridge.

Beautiful food for $4 a day, in a new cookbook for people on food stamps

The author of "Good and Cheap: Eat Well on $4 a Day" wants to help the 46 million Americans on food stamps eat delicious homemade meals they can afford.

Atrocities by the public prove Seattle police need more body cams

Police body-cameras are not just a good idea, they are downright necessary, KIRO Radio's Don O'Neill believes.

Gluten-fighting pill for Celiac disease is on its way, thanks to UW Medicine researchers

The only treatment available for sufferers of Celiac disease is a gluten-free diet. But UW researchers have may have developed a new solution.

An old sport, a new challenge

Almost 40 years ago, an Issaquah mom wanted to create new opportunities for her developmentally disabled son. Today, her efforts are touching children all over the Puget Sound region.

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