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  • UW grad has high hopes in Miss USA Pageant

    SEATTLE – She took home the title of Miss Washington USA 2012. Now, Cassandra Searles has her sights set on an even bigger title of Miss USA. Searles, a University of Washingon- Bothell graduate, will represent Washington state at the Miss USA pageant next month. Cassandra shared the thoughts on her journey and the important work she’s doing in effort to win the Miss USA crowd.

  • Local filmmakers talk pot, SIFF film

    SEATTLE – ‘Evergreen: The Road to Legalization in Washington,’ is set to premiere at this year’s Seattle International Film Festival. The movie was created by Seattle filmmakers, Riley Morton and  Nils Cowan. Morton and Cowan said the film provides an in-depth behind the scenes look on Initiative 502, the measure legalizing recreational pot use. Both Morton and Cowan shared what they hope audiences will take away from the film and the excitement about its SIFF premiere.  

  • Local eagle scout reacts to vote overturning ban on gay scouts

    SEATTLE – Openly gay youths will now be allowed to join scouting after an historic vote overturned a 103 year old ban on gay members. The policy change takes effect January 1, 2014, but it still maintains its ban on gay adult leaders. Jesse Pacem, a local Eagle Scout with the group “Scouts for Equality,” talks about his reaction on the historic vote.

  • Buy a vase, help a charity

    SEATTLE – A local company is working hard to give back to the community. Seattle based Material Good is a ceramic production company and every month they choose a local area non-profit to partner with and donate 10 percent of their sales of vases to the non-profit. Lauren Burman, founder of Material Good demonstrated how to make vases and talked about their non-profit partner this month, The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

  • Brain tumor awareness month

    SEATTLE — Every year tens of thousands of people are diagnosed with brain tumors in the United States and May is national brain tumor awareness month. Rick Jewett, husband of popular local news anchor Kathi Goertzen who lost her 14-year-old battle with the disease in August, shared with us the warning signs of brain tumors and more information on the Kathi Goertzen foundation.

  • Paul Reiser mad about Tacoma

    SEATTLE – He’s an award-winning actor, best selling author and he’s bringing his stand-up act to Tacoma. Paul Reiser is performing at Pantages Theater, Friday May 17th. Reiser talks about his television career and the return to his comedic roots.

  • Injured author talks about perseverance on the basketball court

    SEATTLE – It’s an incredible story of tragedy, triumph and perseverance. Sonya Elliot was just days away from her wedding in 1991 when she was in a train accident that killed her fiance and left her critically injured. Elliot is now a married mother of two, author, model and recently received the honor of “Metro Coach of the Year” for her work as the Coach of the West Seattle girls basketball team. Elliot  talked about her new book, “Back on […]

  • Sacramento v. Seattle: The saga continues

    SEATTLE – The NBA’s Board of Governors meet Wednesday and are expected to make a final decision on whether the Kings will stay in Sacramento or if they will approve the sale of the team to Chris Hansen, allowing him to bring the NBA back to Seattle. Brian Robinson with Sonicsrising.com discussed the most recent developments in the battle to bring the Kings to the Emerald City.

  • 2013 college grads finding dream jobs

    SEATTLE — Graduation is right around the corner for college students and that means it’s time to start sending out resumes and applying for jobs. Recent statistics from the Economic Policy Institute show college graduates face a daunting unemployment rate of 8.8 percent, compared to 5.7 percent in 2007. Lewis Lin, CEO of  “Impact Interview,” said recent college grads can land their dream jobs.