The stars of the WWE, World Wrestling Entertainment, have taken over Joint Base Lewis-McChord. It's all for a holiday televised "Tribute to the Troops."
Keith Eldridge has been a reporter-anchor with KOMO 4 News since 1983. Keith handles the South Sound Newscenter covering the entire southern region of Washington from Sea-Tac Airport to the Oregon border to the Pacific Ocean.
Recent stories by Keith Eldridge
Accused murderer Tyler Savage took the stand in his own defense on Tuesday, claiming the death of 16-year-old Kimmie Daily was from a sex game gone wrong.
Deputies in Port Orchard arrested two suspected squatters this week, and they say the pair was orchestrating a unique burglary operation.
A Tacoma store clerk says this has been the "'best Thanksgiving ever." Her alertness helped police find an elderly couple with dementia that had vanished from a care facility in Normandy Park yesterday.
A family that lost a child in a DUI crash still has something to be very thankful for on this Thanksgiving week.
Olympia police are looking for the vandals who smashed windows and painted profane graffiti throughout the city this weekend.
Residents of a Chehalis apartment house are alarmed after learning their manager is a registered sex offender. Robert Strickland told us what he did was a one-time mistake. Still, many residents want him gone.
State lawmakers say they're getting close to an agreement that would raise gas taxes anywhere from 10-11 cents a gallon. The governor stands ready to call a special session when an agreement is reached.
For the first time, jurors heard a young man's tearful confession in the murder of a teenage girl on Puyallup's South Hill.
Students at Auburn's Green River Community College were shocked to learn that a confessed child pornographer is being paid to stay home from his job as a computer technician at the college.
A Tacoma mother admitted she's guilty of manslaughter in the shooting death of her 3-year-old son. However, Jahnisha McIntosh will not be serving any more jail time.
A man who called KOMO News to confess to killing his wife was sentenced Friday to 26 years in prison.
The machinists union's overwhelming rejection of a Boeing contract offer is prompting a call for a special session to turn Washington into a "right-to-work" state.
The family of young murder victim Lonnie Lynn Reynolds has a message for her killer. They gathered at the Renton park where she was shot to death to mark what would have been her 21st birthday with a candlelight vigil.
Lots of tears being shed today as folks visit the traveling 'Vietnam War Memorial Wall' in Auburn. But there's a lot of healing going on, too.
A commanding general at Joint Base Lewis-McChord says sexual assault in the military is an epidemic, but he said the military is working to change that.
Bonney Lake police hope a new crackdown on cell phones in cars will cut down on crashes, and anyone caught breaking the law could be hit with a $124 fine.
A Pierce County judge apologized to the family of the victim of a vehicular homicide saying he wished he could have handed down a life sentence. Instead, James Southard got 27 years for the death, the second man he's killed with his car.
For the first time we are hearing the inside details about the police gun battle that took place inside a cramped Hoquiam home last March. Sgt. Jeff Salstrom was hit three times during the intense, real-life drama and hasn't talked publicly about it until now.
Three children are recovering from bite wounds after a dog attack in Hoquiam.
Twenty-two years ago a murder case began, leading to a mandatory life sentence for then 16-year-old Ansel Hofstetter. But a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision paved the way for his possible early release, and in court on Friday, the victim's family pleaded with a judge to keep Hofstetter behind bars.
Voters approved a $13 million bond issue to tear down the old section of the elementary school and build a fortified gym with survival deck on the roof.
There were tense moments as a wolf-hybrid got loose from its pen in Olympia Friday morning. This after it had attacked another dog.
The first arrest came after she plowed into the front of a Black Diamond store, then she returned to the liquor store about 30 minutes later in her husband's car.
The campaign both for and against I-522 have started a real food fight on TV right now trying to sway voters their way. The initiative would require labeling for some products that have genetically engineered ingredients.