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After KING 5 revealed the story of little Aiden Barnum, who was supposed to be under the protection of CPS. But the state did nothing to ensure his safety. Now the state's top lawmaker in the field of child welfare says that's enough and is launchin
Saturday marks five years since four Lakewood Police officers were shot and killed in a Parkland coffee shop. Their families, the police department and community are honoring their memory by giving back. Janet Kim reports.
A Lynnwood woman is counting her blessings tonight after being hit by a car in a crosswalk last year, her baby critically injured as well. Eric Wilkinson reports.
The city says it's closer to solving the mystery of who put the concrete down the drain. Chris Daniels reports.
Bothell firefighter returns from Sierra Leone
What we're talking about, is traffic at the airport now expected to hit another record of 37 million passengers,nearly doubling that total in another two decades. Glenn Farley reports.
The newest kind of Urgency Care let's you do it without leaving home. You can even get a prescription if you need one. Jean Enersen shows us how it works.
Family and friends will come together to give thanks. And for most, the center of attention is the Thanksgiving meal. KING 5's Alison Morrow introduces us to a Seattle man who's doing this to make sure everyone has something to be thankful for.