Seven-year-old Noah and his family from Longview visited K5 Mornings to talk about the Seahawks Make-A-Wish Day.
The 13-year-old traveled all the way from Alaska for a special night with his favorite team.
The 8 year-old MORE than qualified to have a wish granted by Make-A-Wish. Last September, he chose to go to Italy.
Meet Ben, whose love of planes and dream of flying came true with a trip to Hawaii.
Meet Izzy, a 12-year-old whose wish took her from heart surgery to Hogwarts.
Over the years at KOMO, we have featured many wishes being granted by the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Never before have we helped grant a wish right in our own KOMO studios for a Make-A-Wish kid with aspirations of a broadcasting career.
Nothing was going to keep John from getting his wish. Not pouring rain, or the cancellation of the annual battle re-enactment at Old North Bridge because of a constant downpour.
Cystic fibrosis patient Jayla, 11, and her dad share a routine built around Funko fandom.
9-year-old Makoa, who has lymphoma, will be the first to round the bases at the Mariners 2018 season opener.
Bob Cleaveland, remembered this week as a giant of a man with a heart to match, was helping to answer the calls way back when.
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