Telephone of the Wind in Priest Point Park in Olympia, Washington is helping give many a chance to say goodbye to lost loved ones. Q13 photojournalist Michael Driver reports.
What one local couple is doing to unite the community during trying times
Lennon Wiltbank is on a mission that stems from love.
Photojournalist Michael Driver shows us how Kendell Millspaugh is doing her part to bring relief to those that lost everything in the recent wildfires in Graham, Washington and why it’s so important to her.
Photojournalist Michael Driver takes us to Fircrest, Washington, where Sam Pedroni’s idea to make a few dollars turned into something priceless for the community.
In this week's Driver on the Street, photojournalist Michael Driver shows you how this family run business will make your vehicle shine, and your smile shine, too.
Photojournalist Michael Driver introduces you to a Puyallup man who is opening up to others online. Matt Budzak hopes his story will motivate people to stay positive.
REDMOND, Wash. -- In trying times, there are people doing their part to spread positivity any way they can.
LAKEWOOD, Wash. -- In trying times, it's good to take a step back and shine some light on positivity happening in our region.And food truck owner and operator "Hamhock" Jones' "attitude of gratitude" is doing just that."In order to receive, you have to give," says Jones, owner of the Soul Shack food truck.As photojournalist Michael Driver shows us, his generosity is feeling the soul of his community.
TACOMA, Wash. -- The coronavirus pandemic has been an emotional rollercoaster for millions of people in our region and around the world.We wanted to know how you really feel.Q13 photojournalist Michael Driver shares a letter - from you - to your feeling:
As Q13 Photojournalist Michael Driver explains, people are getting creative and using the extra time on their hands during the coronavirus pandemic to brighten other peoples' spirits.
TACOMA, Wash. -- In this edition of Driver on the Street, photojournalist Michael Driver introduces us to Matt Fleming, a Tacoma man spreading positivity in a unique way - by yelling at them!
LAKEWOOD, Wash. -- In this week's Driver on the Street, photojournalist Michael Driver introduces us to an all-volunteer organization in Lakewood that's been changing lives for more than 40 years.Diane Formoso started Caring for Kids decades ago, when she watched a little girl board a bus on a cold morning without a coat on.Since then, Diane and countless volunteers have provided tens of thousands of school supplies, shoes, food, presents and more to underprivileged students in Clover Park, Steilacoom and University Place.
TACOMA -- In this week's Driver on the Street, Q13 photojournalist Michael Driver introduces us to a basketball team in Tacoma comprised of players from different backgrounds, but all with the same "never give up" attitude that's sent them to the national level.
WOODINVILLE, Wash. -- In this week's Driver on the Street, photojournalist Michael Driver is following up on a young man we introduced you to back in September.11-year-old Anthony Schmidt has autism.His love for cars and his unique eye for photography has inspired so many people, so much so that one Woodinville man gave Anthony a very special gift:
MERCER ISLAND, Wash. -- “Driver on the Street” is a weekly segment in which Q13 photojournalist Michael Driver brings us meaningful and touching stories from our local communities.In this installment, he heads to Mercer Island High School, where for the last 40 years lunchtime has been about more than just good food thanks to two ladies.
BOW, Wash. -- “Driver on the Street” is a weekly segment in which Q13 photojournalist Michael Driver brings us meaningful and touching stories from our local communities.In this installment, he introduces us to a man who worked as an insurance agent for 25 years but discovered his true passion at the age of 63, a skill that had been inside him for a long time and finally drifted to the surface:
TACOMA -- “Driver on the Street” is a weekly segment in which Q13 photojournalist Michael Driver brings us meaningful and touching stories from our local communities.In this installment, a little blue bus is delivering a very big message to people around the Puget Sound:
SEATTLE -- "Driver on the Street" is a weekly segment in which Q13 photojournalist Michael Driver brings us meaningful and touching stories from our local communities.This week, an event at the Enchant Christmas festival at T-Mobile Park symbolizes the true meaning of the season:
ISSAQUAH, Wash. -- This week’s edition of Driver on the Street takes us to Issaquah, where Robert Hendrickson is carving up a symbol that is close to the heart of every police officer and their family.Hendrickson, who has worked for the Washington State Patrol and the Pacific and Issaquah police departments, honors other officers by making intricate wooden carvings of their badges."It's very personal for officers," he said. "Many of these are going to hang these in their offices or their homes.