Two Bremerton girls who are hearing impaired say they're alive because of the heroics of police officers who rushed in to save them from a burning home.
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
A former Tacoma police detective with Alzheimers allegedly has fallen prey to a suspect stealing from his bank account. That suspect is his ex-wife, herself a former Tacoma police officer. Rhoda Ramirez is charged with 15 counts of identity theft in the case involving Ron Lewis.
Several thousand dollars are being added to the reward to help find the killer of Mike Compton in Orting. The family says it won't rest until a suspect is behind bars.
The widow of an Orting man killed during a burglary of their home said his funeral should be a celebration of his life.
A mother is accused of beating her child so violently the injuries are similar to that of a car crash.
Families of murder victims are urging Governor Inslee to reconsider his moratorium on the death penalty.
A heart-broken family made an emotional plea to the community and to the killer of Mike Compton. He died when he apparently interrupted a burglary in his Orting garage Wednesday.
High school graduation day is coming up this week for a special young man who's battling a brain tumor.
For the second time in two weeks, a Pierce county teacher has been charged with having sex with a student.
A 15-year-old boy was struck and seriously injured by a hit-and-run driver as he was walking Monday morning near Lacey, and a teen girl is suspected, police said.
While most of the region is just plain cold, parts of Pierce county are snowy and cold. And as temperatures plummet Tacoma firefighters who are making sure the little kids stay warm.
A 70-year-old Puyallup man was sentenced to five years in prison for shooting his two adult children in the head while they slept last year.
Grieving parents whose son was shot and killed by the Seattle police SWAT team are taking action in hopes the death won't be in vain. They're pushing for a new law helping to put the mentally ill into treatment before they hurt someone or someone hurts them.
Victims of a serial rapist braved coming forward to urge state lawmakers to pass a bill that they believe could have prevented their attack.
A Northwest icon is being reduced to rubble and the folks doing the demolition didn't have the permits to do it.
A brazen thief walked into a busy American Veterans post earlier this month and wheeled out an ATM, and the whole thing was caught on surveillance video.
Convenience store clerks call it the ultimate inside job. A fellow AM/PM clerk in Renton is accused of stealing $10,000 in cash and merchandise, and it's all caught by surveillance cameras.
Thieves stole a restaurant tip jar and are suspected of coming back two weeks later and doing it again. The second incident took a violent turn and a worker was nearly killed trying to get the jar --with $4 in it -- back.
An arsonist or arsonists once again hit the state Department of Corrections office in Bremerton just hours after KOMO news aired a report on a recent string of arsons at the site.
Bremerton police are looking for an arsonist who's torched the same building four times over the last several years.
Heartbroken parents say action at the state Legislature is needed now to prevent senseless deaths inside daycares.
A former police chief with a troubling history is once again finding himself on the wrong side of the law.
Arrests for simple drug possession would no longer be a felony if state lawmakers approve a measure that received its first hearing at the state legislature. Proponents of the bill say the war on drugs has needlessly ruined lives.
A young Westport man is suspected of making violent threats on Facebook involving Ocosta High School.
Elementary school parents are fighting fire with fire after spotting a man taking video in front of their school.