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.
Four inches are one third of a foot. They are 10.16 centimeters. They are also worth tens of thousands of dollars to taxpayers.
Mary's Place says its in dire need of the critcal and crucial winter accessories to keep its homeless clients warm and alive.
Ecstasy, pot, heroin, and powerful prescription medication are packaged for sale and sent from all across the world in a dark place that can only be found in a dark way.
An Enumclaw family lost nearly everything they own in a fire this week. The only piece of furniture that survived is their dining room table.
The cost of our Thanksgiving feast here in Western Washington runs higher than the national average, so where can you get the best prices to keep your cost down? The KOMO 4 Problem Solvers show you.
This massive undertaking will use a 650-ton steel box called a coffer cell to complete the repairs.
Washington State consistently ranks near the top in polls for places to live, work and raise a family. So how can it be that in one of the most important tests we face, keeping our children safe, Washington keeps getting worse?
Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin stayed true to his word, returning to see a high school student who was in surgery the last time he visited.
The Tacoma City Council is expected to vote on spending more money to solve flooding problems near a street they just paid millions of dollars to renovate.
A KOMO 4 Problem Solver investigation raises serious questions about potential health and safety hazards at several Western Washington public buildings.