Father of all that is insult-comedy, Don Rickles brought his standup routine to Snoqualmie Casino Sunday, April 28th.
KOMO NewsRadio's Art Sanders was one of those lucky audience members who got the chance to meet Rickles, and chat with him about his career.
America's Car Museum has been open now for about a year in Tacoma, and KOMO News Radio's Art Sanders got the scoop on a new exhibit coming in June.
New trivia game APP developed by Jeopardy champ and local celebrity Ken Jennings of Edmonds WA no available at the app store.
Most Americans consider having Internet access as necessary as having heat, water or food in the house, but the surprising truth is that thousands in Washington State do not have regular, high speed Internet access.
They started in the right place at the right time - and after four decades they still pack the house.
KOMO's Ryan Harris has more with the founder of Tower of Power.
Tower of Power is at Jazz Alley through Sunday, February 21st 2013. For more on how to see them, click here.
They've been at it for nearly 25 years and they still bring the girl power.
KOMO's Ryan Harris has more with one of the founding members of En Vogue...
En Vogue performs at Jazz Alley February 14-17, 2013. Click here for information on the show.
Comic legend Bob Newhart speaks with KOMO's Art Sanders ahead of his local appearance January 24, 2013.
Special Olympics Athletes from Washington head to Korea for the World Winter Games
For more on them and on Special Olympics Washington click here.
If you want to check the safety records of any bus company or other passenger carrier, click this link:
To see Dan Tilkin's story about the Oregon bus company shut down by the feds, click this link:
A powerful spam-sending application is attacking the most common smartphone operating system. “Before you click on a link that is texted to you, understand it’s probably going to cost you,” says Washington State Attorney General Rob McKenna. “That text that appears to come from a reputable retailer is usually a trick to take your money, install a virus, or both.”
President Barack Obama says he is "ready and willing" to get a big package done to deal with the "fiscal cliff" and says there's no reason not to protect middle-class Americans from tax increases.
The U-S Supreme Court decision to tackle the issue of same-sex marriage is making big news across the nation.
The re-opening of the historic Columbia City Cinema is this weekend
Pot smokers in Seattle celebrated "new-year's-eve-style" - - as marijuana became legal in Washington at the stroke of midnight December 6th.
Since Marijuana is still ILLEGAL under federal law, will our congressional delegation take on the feds over the issue?