The call sign refers to King County, home to Seattle, and its inner suburbs.
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When KING-TV was launched, its mascot for many years was "King Mike". King Mike was designed by Walt Disney.
King Mike reappeared in the 50th anniversary special from 1998.
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1975–1977 (primary), 1977–1978 (secondary)
This version includes a 1976 outline-N NBC logo.
NOTE: The "K" portion of this logo, appearing by itself without the "5", served as the logo for KING-TV's then-parent company, KING Broadcasting.
KING 5 Morning News open from December 3, 1982
KING-TV's KING 5 News Open From 1985
The 1977 logo was retained, but was now rendered in gold as opposed to red/white/blue previously.
Current logo with the NBC
"Rainbow Peacock" logo.
Alternate version with "The Home Team" slogan
KING 5 News logo (1998-2016)
KING 5 News open from 1998
KING 5 News Update bumper from 2000
KING 5 News 6:30 p.m. open from 2000
KING 5 News 11 p.m. open from 2000
KING 5 News "First Alert Weather" open from 2008
KING 5 News breaking news open from 2008
KING 5 News open from 2008
KING 5 News - 5pm Open from 2014 (with Gannett/Tegna standardized graphics)
Black and white website logo
The logo became italicized.
KING 5 News logo (2016-present)
Facebook profile page since October 2016
TV stations in the Puget Sound region, including Seattle, Tacoma, and Everett