A wounded Iraq War veteran and his wife received great news Monday evening when they learned their stolen moving van and trailer were located, but the news was even better on Tuesday when they found out their son's ashes were safe.
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 Pacific County dog is recovering after he was shot in the head with an arrow, and now his owners are hoping someone can help them find out what happened and who did it.
An arson suspect was seen buying gasoline just moments before a Lakewood apartment complex was torched last Friday.
A young man and woman who were struck by a car early Wednesday after a night at a local tavern thought they would be safer if they walked home. Instead, the young woman was killed and her friend was severely injured. The driver who hit them was a fellow bar patron.
A convicted rapist is behind bars after being missing from Western State Hospital for a week.
A Kington teenager appeared in court Monday, days after he was arrested for allegedly planning to "shoot up" his former high school on September 11th.
Something new this year at the Washington State Fair in Puyallup: 100-percent background checks for employees of the company that handles the carnival rides and games. This after several sex offenders had to be fired at the start of the fair last year.
Pierce County corrections officers say a carjacking suspect is lucky he didn't get shot when he took off with one of their cars Thursday morning.
The family of rape and murder suspect Gabe Gaeta reportedly is receiving threats against them.
The pilot who died in a small plane crash in Chehalis Tuesday night may have been on his first flight since buying the vintage replica a few months ago.
The family of the gas station clerk gunned down last week in Kent wants people to know how special their son was.
A convicted killer with a life sentence just got that sentence changed. It's all because Michael Harris was a teenager when he committed the crime.
A happy ending to the story of the wayward Mr. Wiggles. He's the pot bellied pig who has been re-united with its owner after escaping from it's Poulsbo pen.
A historic school bell is gone with fears that it may be headed to the recycling yard. The brass bell dates back to 1884 when Washington was still a territory. It's believed thieves took it from in front of Woodland Elementary School in Puyallup.
A Federal Way mother of five is having to fight for her house, even though her soon-to-be ex-husband agreed she could have it as part of their divorce settlement
A backpacker from South America celebrated Independence Day with his first full day of independence. Diego Farre (Simonassi) was locked in immigration jail for staying 30 minutes too long on his visa.
A Tacoma writer says it's time to focus on the murder 'victims' instead of the suspects. Jack Cameron is the author of 'Tacoma Stories." It's a blog that has comments only from people who knew the victim.
A backpacker visiting from South America is locked in federal detention after reportedly over-extending his stay by 30 minutes. A Seattle immigration attorney has taken on the case for free saying it's absurd.
A suspected shoplifter was shot and killed after a scuffle with a police officer in Centralia. Police say the suspect had shoplifted a 'burrito.' Turns out the man was already wanted by police for a more serious crime.
Top US Open golf officials say the Chambers Bay golf course is ready to go for next year's championship. The big question is whether the region will be ready.
An army of volunteers has descended on a wounded veteran's home armed with hammers and saws. Former Sgt. Trevor Phillips was severely injured in a bomb blast in Iraq. It's an effort led by former Seahawk quarterback Brady Quinn.
The Skokomish tribe near Shelton is mourning the death of 14-year-old Ciqala Miller. Deputies believe he was accidentally shot to death by his 13-year-old friend as both boys pointed hunting rifles at each other believing they weren't loaded.
A Michigan judge has called a time-out in a child custody dispute involving a local sailor aboard a U.S. submarine.
A Michigan state senator has just joined the fight on behalf of a sailor based in Bremerton who's fighting to keep custody of his child while he's out at sea. This happened as protestors took to the streets in a nationwide effort to fight for the sailor while he's away.