Kim Shepard is an announcer at KUOW. In addition to being the local presence during national programs, she also voices many of the sponsorships you hear on KUOW and on our podcasts.
Setting records while saying her name: Seattle Storm wins 2020 championship
The Seattle Storm won the WNBA title Tuesday night with a defeat over Las Vegas. It's the team's fourth championship and a tie for the league record.
Boeing to move 787 Dreamliner production out of Everett
Boeing will move production of the 787 Dreamliner out of its Everett facility and consolidate operations at its South Carolina location.
Smoky skies return to Seattle Wednesday
State Climatologist Nick Bond expects this round of smoke won't be as severe as what Seattle saw earlier in the month.
2 baby orcas spotted in Puget Sound in the same month
On the day the orca baby was born, the whales partied into the night.
Friday Politics: Argument over recalling Seattle CM Sawant and Mayor Durkan
Q13 political analyst CR Douglas and Civic Cocktail host Joni Balter discuss the recall efforts in Seattle aimed at City Councilmember Kshama Sawant and Mayor Jenny Durkan.
Here's why Attorney General Barr might go after Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan
Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times reporter Katie Benner explains her report that Attorney General William Barr wants to prosecute Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan.
Seattle City Council's Gonzalez: 'We've created harm' by expanding police system
Lorena Gonzalez and the rest of the Seattle City Council face a big decision – the response to Mayor Jenny Durkan’s veto of their cuts to the Police Department budget.
Onshore winds could bring more wildfire smoke back to Seattle area
A shift in the winds over Puget Sound is coming ... but that might not blow away the wildfire smoke lingering over the region. And that’s because of fires far to the south.
Washington state climatologist says Farmer's Almanac winter forecast is way off
The Old Farmer's Almanac has released its winter forecasts, saying Western Washington can expect more rain than normal, with warmer temperatures and less snow. But State Climatologist Nick Bond told KUOW's Angela King the almanac’s forecasts for our region are about as good as flipping a coin. Or worse.
Search and rescue crews noticing rise in rescue calls across western Washington
King County's trailheads have had overflowing parking lots this summer. Local outdoor spaces have been busier than ever, and so have the volunteers with King County Search and Rescue.