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.
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
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.
Rough times in the grocery business as 200 Haggen's employees just got word they'll soon be out of work. Haggen's is closing 15 stores in Washington because of bankruptcy.
A new concerted effort from state legislative leaders urging state auditor Troy Kelley to resign. He's been on unpaid leave since April.
Demonstrators are stepping up their efforts to get charges dropped against two Olympia step-brothers who were shot by an Olympia police officer in May.
The mayor of the small Thurston county community of Tenino is coming under fire for his pick of interim police chief.
An Aberdeen family is urgently seeking justice for their loved one, a young father severely beaten in a bar brawl.
Puyallup police are beefing up patrols around the Washington State Fair after armed robbers hit three times over the past weekend.
An 86-year-old woman was injured Monday morning as fire swept through her home in Bonney Lake, fire officials said.
Demonstrators are demanding that the Thurston County prosecutor drop the assault charges against two step-brothers in an officer involved shooting which they claim was racially motivated. Prosecutor Jon Tunheim agreed to meet with the demonstrators in a public forum that became quite vocal.
A Burmese python is back on display after biting a reptile museum worker. The owner of the Bug & Reptile Museum in Bremerton said it was a minor injury and a mistake by the employee. The worker was back on the job Tuesday.
Police have made arrests in a case of vandalism at the Port Orchard Pavilion that was caught on video. The images were posted to Facebook and an anonymous tip led to the arrests.
A cancer survivor is nearing her goal of running around the perimeter of the entire country. Helene Neville is ending her run this weekend in Ocean Shores.
Police in Pierce County fear a bold, daytime robber who's already held up three local restaurants will strike again.
A family's dog that ran off when a natural gas line caused an explosion at a Motel 6 in Bremerton has finally been found.
There was an unusual sight on the Green River leading to the Duwamish Waterway this week: Someone actually swimming the entire length.
The drought concerns have become so serious that the Pierce County Executive has ordered all lawn watering to stop at county facilities
A charter boat captain from Kitsap County said he wasn't about to let burglars off the hook after they stole his fishing gear. Instead, Captain Randy Jones took off after the alleged thieves in a chase that had a fiery ending.
A sex offender on the state's "most wanted" list is on the run after Buckley police tried to arrest him Friday morning. One of the officers was seriously injured in an altercation with the man, but they say at no time did they consider using lethal force.
A second special session is looming large as state lawmakers fail to reach a compromise on a new state budget. The session officially ends Thursday. The lack of progress is frustrating for teachers who continue to stage one-day walk-outs to fight for more education spending.
Memorial Day marked the last chance the public had access to the Chambers Bay Golf Course and a popular trail. It is all in anticipation of the US Open golf tournament just three weeks away.
Thousands of state workers marched off the job Wednesday in what they called "unity breaks."
The King County sheriff's office is now investigating reports of a pellet-gun-wielding sniper taking shots at horses on the Enumclaw plateau.