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  • Americans will eat more than 1.3 billion chicken wings on Super Bowl Sunday

    Even with the Seahawks not making an appearance in this year’s Super Bowl more than 100 million people will still pick up the remote and watch the game.

  • Lynnwood police chief meets with Muslim community with promise of equal service

    LYNNWOOD, Wash. — The city of Lynnwood recently adopted a resolution stating it would always be a safe, welcoming and equitable community for all. On Friday, the chief of police spoke at a local mosque to explains what that means for members of the Muslim community. It was a demonstration in Lynnwood that brought out a variety of voices. “Even during the Vietnam War, I never did it, but I decided it`s time,” said Edmonds resident Terry Anderson. Anderson and […]

  • Authorities identify 3 found dead in burned Kitsap County home

    BREMERTON, Wash. — Authorities on Tuesday identified three of four people who were found dead in burned Kitsap County home. Investigators are hoping someone will come forward with tips on what may have led to the murders. The Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office has identified the victims found dead near Lake Tahuyeh Friday night as Hunter Schaap, 16, Johnathon Higgins, 16, and Christale Lynn Careaga, 37. Kitsap County sheriff’s deputies found the three victims in a burned home Friday night and another in a charred pickup truck […]

  • 16-year-old North Kitsap High School junior among 4 people found dead

    BREMERTON, Wash. — We now know a 16-year-old Hunter Schapp, a North Kitsap High School student, was one of the four people found dead near Lake Tahuyeh Friday night. The Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office is also releasing the identities of two others found in a burned home. Along with Schaap, they are Johnathon Higgins, 16, and 37-year-old Christale Careaga.   Kitsap County sheriff’s deputies found the three victims in a burned home Friday night and another in a charred pickup truck in nearby […]

  • Spike in car prowling hits Lakewood Towne Center

    LAKEWOOD, Wash. — Thieves have broken into 51 cars in Lakewood over the last two weeks. More than half of those break-ins have happened at the same place, the Lakewood Towne center. Lakewood police are asking for the public’s help to find the crooks and say some of the best crime-fighting tools may already be in your pocket. “I just moved here, just got a new car, then, bam, this happened,” said Missy Wallace as she points at the newly […]

  • Shooting in Kent leaves two teens with life-threatening injuries

    A shooting in Kent Saturday night sent two teens to Harborview Medical Center with life-threatening injuries.

  • State Sen. Miloscia introduces bill to block supervised heroin and opioid injection sites in King County

    SEATTLE — It’s not only a national epidemic, it’s a local one as well. According to King County, more people now enter detox for heroin abuse than they do for alcohol. King County recently approved funding for two injection sites in its 2017-2018 budget, where addicts could safely inject drugs. Sen. Mark Miloscia, R-Federal Way, introduced a bill that would effectively block the county from creating injection sites. He says after looking at similar sites in Canada he’s come to the […]

  • Man arrested after fire at Bellevue mosque

    Fire crews responded to a suspicious fire at the Islamic Center of the Eastside in Bellevue early Saturday morning.

  • Man on bicycle hit, launched over guardrail by hit-and-run driver in Tukwila

    TUKWILA, Wash. — Hit by a car and launched over a guardrail, an Auburn man says he can’t believe he wasn’t seriously injured in the accident. The car that hit him didn’t stop. Tukwila police are now investigating the accident as a hit-and-run crime. But without video surveillance near the intersection where it happened, they need witnesses to help identify the driver. “Accidents happen but when you leave the scene of the accident it’s a crime,” said Joseph James, as […]

  • Story of woman seen in Pierce County hospitals near newborns takes different turn

    TACOMA, Wash. — A woman in Tacoma who has been seen near the newborns section at Pierce County hospitals triggered an alert by Multicare Health Systems and had expecting mothers fearful. But Tacoma Police Department officer Loretta Cool said Monday night that police know who the woman is and, that according to an incident report filed by Multicare Health Systems, she had a baby at one of the hospitals on Dec. 31. But that infant was taken into protective custody […]