A Seattle police officer gunned down during a traffic stop 25 years ago received an outpouring of community support then and needs help again now.
Rory Westmoreland said little in a courtroom in King County Thursday afternoon, but prosecutors say his trail of destruction across Puget Sound says enough to put him in prison.
A local woman facing cancer is told she has no health insurance even though she's paid for it. The KOMO 4 Problem Solvers look into the state health exhange to find the mistake.
The KOMO 4 Problem Solver discovered that a local daycare never reported allegations of one child inappropriately touching another and when the state did find out you'll be shocked by what they did.
Fearing for their safety and the safety of patients two former Western State Hospital nurses are suing the Department of Social and Health Services, pleading for change. They believe a pattern of harassment and retaliation at the mental hospital is so bad it's led to the death of one patient and has left the staff at risk. Those nurses now demand an outside investigation.
A Puyallup family is beside itself with grief. One day after losing their home and all of their belongings, they lost their child.
There's been an outpouring of support for the companion dog of a child sexual assault victim. The pet needs expensive life-saving ear surgery, but the family couldn't afford it. So the Problem Solvers stepped in.
The therapy dog for a victim of child sex abuse is in need of expensive life-saving surgery. The family contacted the KOMO 4 Problem Solvers to see if you'd be willing to help. The sexual abuse was from a high-profile case.
Seattle Police have uncovered a problem with their dashboard camera video system. A "glitch" has caused what's called dropped frames or missing images in some of the videos, causing potential problems for an unknown number of criminal cases.
Brian Post and Richard Newman are connected for life through their actions on March 18th, after the crash of KOMO helicopter Air 4.
New documents reveal it's going to be an uphill climb for Bertha down underground.
For nearly two decades Shoreline based Tanks by Dallas has helped those in need from the winter cold from Mount Vernon to Tacoma. But now a thief has put the brakes the generous heating help.
Gregg Anderson of Kirkland is keeping his promise to help those who he feels helped save his life.
Severe frost damage is the newest problem to plague the 520 Bridge project: a project that's already late and over budget. Now the KOMO 4 Problem Solvers have discovered freezing temperatures caused micro-fractures on one of the concrete pontoons.
Somebody stole a portable wheelchair ramp from a Seattle man making him feel like a prisoner in his own home.