May Day began with hardly a ripple of trouble Wednesday under the watchful eyes of police, who were hoping for calm but braced for trouble amid vivid memories of last year's destructive riots and mayhem.
One guy called it "mutual combat." It's a fancy term for what's basically a street fight. Believe it or not, Seattle police say it's not illegal so long as no one watching is injured and no property is damaged.
BELLEVUE, Wash. -- An 11-year-old boy is going to school Thursday in a soft cast with at least a broken finger after taking up a challenge from self-appointed superhero Phoenix Jones to punch him as hard as he could.
A local kid throws a punch at Seattle super hero Phoenix Jones and ends up with a busted finger. Hear from him and his mom about why this happened. Also, Schram shares the story of throwing out the ceremonial first pitch at the Mariners game.
An 11-year-old Bellevue boy has a broken finger. "Noah" says he got it when he punched Seattle Super Hero Phoenix Jones in his ARMOR. Jones was at Noah's school yesterday to talk about bullying when Noah says Jones told the boy to punch him. He...
The video was released, but it appears the call was not answered.
Seattle's self-claimed supervillain Rex Velvet has released a new video in which he calls local self-claimed superhero Phoenix Jones a "nerd" and a...