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.
Nearly a decade of complaints, calls and emails and Ellen Broadland still sees old cups stuffed into a truck across the street.
Local florists are putting out a warning to customers 8 days before Valentine's Day. Online shoppers might feel deceived and disappointed in their deliveries.
More than 100 dogs housed for years in what critics call deplorable conditions inside a filthy warehouse are now in the hands of new caretakers giving the dogs everything they need, including gifts sent by KOMO viewers.
Are taxpayers going to face higher long term costs despite the state's latest repairs to the new 520 bridge pontoons?
Currently, the non-profit has 22 horses to feed, 24 barn stalls to clean, only a handful of volunteers -- and a looming bill to bring their facility up to code.
There was a setback on Friday for thousands of accident victims waiting for insurance settlements. As the KOMO 4 Problem Solvers first reported last May, the case hinges on an-out of-state collections agency and allegedly fraudulent liens.
A broken water pipe flooded Cascade MIddle School in Sedro-Woolley washing away weeks of hard work. 200 pounds of the students' food drive donations were destroyed.
Kim Kardashian, Eric Clapton and fantasy football are just a few of the websites and online searches taxpayers paid for because of two state workers at the University of Washington.