Security experts say it's not a matter of "if" but "when" a cyber-terrorist attack or intrusion will take place on our critical infrastructure and the Puget Sound is a prime target.
The Problem Solvers poured through State Patrol reports and 911 phone calls and discovered that in spite of emergency conditions, Washington's DOT refused to close the dangerous highway during a December snow event until it was too late.
A chemical threat lies hidden in millions of American homes, and top government scientists believe it could be killing cats.
Locals wonder: Are Seattle taxpayers getting their money's worth in a new park? They're wondering because the nearly $3 million park will be just 29 feet wide.
There's a short answer to why copper metal thefts are so high, but what is clear is that it has become a lucrative career choice for local criminals.
A local woman believes she became an unwitting accomplice to a new sort of organized crime ring. And, at the very least, it involves deliveries of suspect goods to Russia. When the woman feared retaliation for trying to quit, she turned to the Problem Solvers for help. And we discovered these new type of crime rings can be linked to drugs, laundered money and even terrorism.
Sunny Sky's Animal Rescue owes thousands in back property taxes due to confusion over it's non-profit status.
Jensen Blaine is a cool 6-year-old with an even cooler hairstyle who's endured 13 surgeries on his heart and spine caused by a rare, 1-in-a-million birth defect. And he's got the surprise of his life, thanks to Ernie Butler.
Two bills considered Monday were both about accountability. One forces accountability for errors by state engineers; the other would force contractors to accept all risk for big projects.
His brief life has been fraught with challenges, and things are only getting tougher for Alexander Feagins
A bill introduced in Congress aims to close a legal loophole that allows owners of puppy mills to sell dogs on the Internet. "The Internet is the puppy miller's best friend," said Dan Paul of the Humane Society of the United States.
Elsie Smith not only kept her promise to the love of her life, she has some control of her remaining time on Earth, and now she'll proudly leave something behind, thanks to thousands in donations from KOMO viewers.
Repairs and design modifications are coming to the pontoons that will support the new State Route 520 floating bridge, the state Department of Transportation announced Tuesday.
A controversial commercial dog breeder who has been repeatedly fined and served jail time near Seattle for animal-related violations continues to sell dogs over the Internet because of a loophole in federal regulations.
Christine Cameron worried power line upgrades on her property could harm her animals. But the Skagit County horse owner felt her fears were falling on deaf ears until the Problem Solvers got involved.
Elsie Smith is having an estate sale this weekend even though she'd rather not. She needs money to do something very important. And if that means selling all of her belongings to get it done, then so be it.
Last May, no one could understand why a UW college student jumped to his death on campus. His parents say he did it because of a relatively unknown medical condition that they want you to know about.