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  • Driver on the Street: Veteran kayaker has sights on Paralympics

    PIERCE COUNTY, Wash. — This week’s edition of Driver on the Street takes us to the waters of Gig Harbor, where an Army veteran has his sights set on a very special goal. Michael McCallum spent seven years in the military and was deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan. After losing both of his legs to an explosive device, he says he took up kayaking as a kind of physical therapy. Now, he’s determined to make it to the Paralympics. Do […]

  • Driver on the Street: The story behind Anacortes’ iconic murals

    ANACORTES, Wash. — This week’s edition of Driver on the Street takes us to Anacortes, where throughout the town you will see people that will never say a word. The more than 160 murals scattered around town speak to the love one man, Bill Mitchell, had for the place he called home. Mitchell passed away in March, but his legacy will live on through the murals he left behind.

  • Driver on the Street: Honoring veterans

    In this week's Driver on the Street, Photojournalist Michael Driver takes us inside a very special ceremony for Vietnam veterans as part of Q13's Veterans Week coverage

  • Driver on the Street: Miss Peggy brightens Tacoma students’ school days

    On this installment of 'Driver on the Street,' we're introducing you to a woman who is working to brighten kids' days and keep them safe, too.

  • Driver on the Street: The ‘mayor of Quilcene’ gives back to town that helped save his life

    QUILCENE, Wash. — This week’s “Driver on the Street” takes us to a small town in Jefferson County. It’s a tight-knit community where everyone knows each other, but there’s one man in particular you’ll definitely meet – whether you’re a local or just driving through. Do you have a unique or inspiring story to tell? Someone, something, an event you have in your community that you want to showcase because it’s a story that needs to be told? Send Michael […]

  • Driver on the Street: The ‘art’ of fly-fishing

    Photojournalist Michael Driver teamed up with reporter Ali Bradley to introduce a Darrington man who shows us the true art of fly-fishing. 

  • 11-year-old with autism finds outlet with miniature car photography

    WOODINVILLE, Wash. — Eleven-year-old Anthony Schmidt’s closet is filled with his extensive collection of miniature cars. Anthony says he has hundreds of them, both newer ones and antiques. Cars became a vehicle to deal with his daily challenges with autism. Determined not to let his struggles hinder him, Anthony switched his focus, using his cars, a camera and a lot of creativity. He arranges and photographs his big collection of cars and shares his pictures with his followers on Instagram.  He […]

  • Driver on the Street: Tacoma man gives free haircuts to the homeless

    On any given Sunday, you will find Trevonne Wilkins out on the streets of Tacoma — doing his part to bring hope to people who at times feel like society turns their back on them. Q13 Videojournalist Michael Driver tells the story in this edition of Driver on the Street. How awesome is that! A small gesture that truly does go along way for everyone that sits down in his chair. So you just heard Trevonne’s story, now I want […]

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