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  • Tim Leiweke explains how renovated KeyArena will bring NHL, NBA to Seattle

    Q13 News' exclusive interview with Tim Lieweke, the CEO of OVG and the leader behind a rebuilt Key Arena.

  • Demolition of Mercer Arena reveals hidden piece of Seattle history

    SEATTLE — Seattle’s Mercer Arena is being torn down this week. After housing hundreds of concerts and sporting events over the past 55 years, the arena is being demolished to make room for a new office for the Seattle Opera. But the demolition has exposed a fascinating piece of Seattle history, which has been hidden behind Mercer Arena for 55 years: The entrance to the old Seattle Civic Arena, which was built in 1928. “You can see part of Seattle […]

  • The story behind the grand salami

    In honor of the Mariners’ 40th anniversary season, we thought it would be appropriate to offer up a grand salami, with the help of Salumi, Seattle’s legendary salami deli.

  • Q13 News anchor Bill Wixey grabs hockey stick, hits the ice with Seattle Thunderbirds

    I’ve been a hockey player my entire life. I’ve always dreamed of playing for my hometown team. The Seattle Thunderbirds finally gave me a shot. I’m telling you, if they’re looking for a 40-something guy with rapidly declining skills who is great on the road, I’m their guy. Watch the Seattle Thunderbirds vs. Portland Winterhawks at 6 p.m. Saturday on JOEtv (cable 10/ch. 22)

  • Thousands of 12’s headed to Atlanta to cheer on Seahawks (VIDEO)

    SEA-TAC INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, Wash. — Thousands of 12’s are heading to Atlanta to cheer on the Seahawks in the divisional playoff game Saturday. Q13’s Bill Wixey joined some former Seahawks and lucky fans who won a trip to the game through Seattle-based Alaska Airlines on Friday.  

  • 12’s gather in Atlanta to cheer on their Seahawks (VIDEO)

    ATLANTA — Thousands of Seahawks fans gathered in Atlanta Friday night to get the party started ahead of Saturday’s divisional game against the Falcons. Q13’s Bill Wixey was in the middle of all the excitement:  

  • Seahawks get a do-over in Atlanta, where heartbreak gave birth to greatness

    It's sort of fitting that the Seahawks would travel to Atlanta for next Saturday's divisional playoff game, because, after all, that's where this crazy ride really began for the Hawks.

  • COMMENTARY: Seahawks’ playoff run could define team’s legacy

    SEATTLE —  If you know me, you know my diehard devotion to Seattle sports and my Seahawks. That said, I feel like the Hawks’ championship window is closing quickly, and we are about to witness the Seahawks’ Waterloo in the NFC Playoffs. I hope they can make a run here. I know that they are capable. They are experienced, battle-tested and talented, but I’m not sure what to make of this team anymore. The core group of these Seahawks were […]

  • Tough Peach Bowl loss for Huskies, but a new era of national prominence begins

    Turnovers. Against a team like Alabama, you cannot turn the ball over twice, especially throwing a pick six at the end of the first half and expect to beat a team as deep and deadly as the Crimson Tide. That was only part of the story of the 2016 Peach Bowl.