Pierce County sheriff's officials are asking for the public's help in identifying two suspected burglars who were caught on surveillance video at a home in Graham.
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
Black Friday at Walmart gave some employees a chance to try to give the company a 'black' eye. They walked in protest of low wages against the giant retailer.
A new business in Gig Harbor is eager to express it's thanks to the community for Thanksgiving. The Harbor General Store offered free turkey dinners, even after they closed for the day.
A special Thanksgiving dinner was served for members of the military and veterans who otherwise would have no place to go.
The owner of a winery and brewery in Westport says he'll rebuild. Fire swept through the popular restaurant and tasting room Tuesday night. The popular establishment has plenty of sad customers.
The teenaged accomplice to a Tacoma murder apologized to the victim's family in court during sentencing. Marcus Langford received a much shorter sentence this second time around in the death of Dave Watson.
A battle is heating up between the Pierce County executive and the Pierce County prosecutor. It has to do with a case involving text messages from Prosecutor Mark Lindquist.
The reason Green River Killer Gary Ridgway was moved to a Colorado prison is because he posed a threat to prison staff, according to the Washington Department of Corrections.
Power is being restored to the areas hard hit by Tuesday's wind storm. While that's a blessing for most, at least one family believes the power coming back on turned to tragedy for them.
A grieving mother just wants justice for her son and her husband. Both of them were killed in a shooting at an Auburn bus stop last week.
An early morning mobile home fire in Lakewood has turned into an arson investigation.
A Port Orchard family is making a special plea for a hit and run driver to come forward. Their loved one, Chris Lukkasson, was hit and killed last week as she walked in front of her home.
A threat from a high school student caused the postponement of Saturday's homecoming dance in Ocean Shores.
Renton police say about 60 local and federal law enforcement officers raided eight homes in Seattle and Renton to bust an organized criminal marijuana growing operation.
A Puyallup couple says they're going to have a hard time sleeping after a burglar broke into their home early Thursday morning.
A career officer with the Lakewood Police Department has just been elevated to the position of chief. Mike Zaro just got the word of his promotion.
An active shooter drill at a local junior high takes on a new sense of urgency with the recent events in Oregon and across the country.
Flood damage to the Stadium Bowl in Tacoma over the weekend was so severe the place was ordered closed until February. That means football games and soccer matches will have to be played elsewhere.
Doctors at Mary Bridge Children's Hospital in Tacoma are alarmed at the high numbers of seriously injured students arriving at the facility. In just the last week, four kids have been hit by cars going to and coming home from school.
A fortified fence meant to keep people off the railroad tracks in Pacific has been vandalized, allowing pedestrians to cross at one of the deadliest sections. There is concern now that someone may soon get hurt or even killed.
A series of computer glitches is causing a financial aid crisis for students at Tacoma Community College.
A young Tacoma family says it has fallen victim to thieves not once, but four times in the last week. And they claim the sheriff's office is slow to respond.
An Olympia merchant is leading the charge to bring around the clock potties to downtown. Anne Buck says she's tired of picking up poop in her portico.
The Tacoma Art Museum is picking up the pieces after someone smashed a $120,000 piece of Dale Chihuly art.
Police are investigating after a homeowner reported that he shot an intruder Monday morning at his Bonney Lake home.