A house fire left a family of 18 with nothing as they head into the holidays, and their plight moved KOMO 4 viewers to leap in and help.
A local business has raised big bucks to help an 8-year-old quadriplegic. McKenzie Harris is in need of a new wheel chair assessable van to get her to much need therapy, medical appointments and school.
Running out of time and money, a family of 18 is pleading for help after a fire left them with almost nothing.
A local family wants the governor's office to help change state law after their son died from an injury while he was in day care.
It's a scary but joyful time, preparing for the birth of a baby, doubling it all when expecting twins. A Pierce County couple was in this very spot, when something went horribly wrong.
Can a 1905 train tunnel under Seattle that does not meet modern safety standards be made safe enough? Do taxpayers pay the bill? Or do railroads and oil companies?
Three coffee stands where baristas allegedly performed sex shows in exchange for big tips appear to be shut down tonight and all the equipment is gone.
There's an elite group of travelers that thrives on earning free travel. Some called them obsessed. They think themselves as hobbyists. But they know how to beat the credit card companies at their own game.
Regulators are unable to stop dairy farm pollutants largely due to insufficient laws, pressure from agriculture interests, and not enough enforcement
A Pierce County family is in need of a new wheelchair accessible van to get their daughter, a quadriplegic, to much needed therapy, medical appointments and school.
It's the seedy side of a business you see everywhere: bikini baristas who serve more than coffee.
Sometimes simple surgeries develop disastrous complications and it's no one's fault. But what if it happens at the hands of a surgeon already on probation with the state medical oversight commission?
Mike Rosa knows a little thing about alcohol. After all, he's standing outside CenturyLink Field with a Sounders cape wrapped around his neck and a coffee tumbler with a hidden Bloody Mary inside.
The tragic death of a 2-year old revealed a shocking loophole in state law, and a Problem Solver investigation found that loophole allows felons convicted of certain crimes to operate or work in children's day cares.