The KOMO 4 Investigators uncovered reports that detail nurses and staff witnessing a number of cases of a patient in the dementia ward sexually abusing other residents
A $5 million project by the Seattle Police Department and the city hasn't worked a single day since it started more than two years ago.
Hundreds of sailors and Marines, some from right here in the Northwest, are in the fight of their lives, battling a baffling mix of diseases they say came from radiation exposure
There is a group of sailors and marines, some from right here in the Northwest, who consider themselves warriors, wounded in a battle they didn't realize they were fighting against an enemy that's both terrifying and invisible: radiation.
As he scrolls through online forums, you get the sense Israel Galvez has said the same conversation over and over.
Washington's premiere medical institution has a problem deep inside. Months of accusations and complaints over potentially dangerous bacteria launched a state investigation into treatment of legionella at the University of Washington Medical Center.
What would you do if someone knocked on you door and said they had just bought your credit card number off the internet?
Seattle Police have taken a giant step into the future of transparency today. And it's all over a video database the Problem Solvers spent four years fighting to get. Today they willingly put that entire database online.
Kiewit, the prime contractor on the 520 bridge, is in trouble again; this time it's over a crane accident at its Aberdeen pontoon construction site. It was an accident that could have been deadly.
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 high profile local surgeon who the DEA says wrote hundreds of fake prescriptions to support his drug addiction is still practicing.
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.