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  • Mason County victim describes the moment she woke up to man at the edge of her bed

    Jericka Northness said she is terrified to close her eyes at night, knowing she might wake up to the same eyes staring back at her.

  • Serial intruder suspected of hunting victims through social media

    MASON COUNTY, Wash. – Mason County Sheriff’s office is warning women about a man they believe is breaking into their homes to watch them sleep at night. The serial intruder is suspected of hunting his young victims through social media, some as young as 17-years-old, said a press release from the agency. All the alleged victims have several things in common, say law enforcement, helping them create a warning for women in the area. The women are between the ages […]

  • Seattle beaches are off-limits to dogs

    SEATTLE – Be careful where you walk your dog in Seattle, if there’s sand, it could cost you. Beach patrols are underway at all saltwater beaches in the area enforcing dog laws, to protect seal pups from curious canines. “We are trying to get the word out there so that we don’t have to write the tickets, we don’t have to contact the people, we’re just trying to reduce the numbers of complaints we are getting ideally,” said Brandi Homeier, […]

  • Burien sues FAA to stop flights overhead — and wins

    BURIEN, Wash. – Burien residents, with the backing of the city, successfully sued the FAA getting them to change a new flight pattern over their community. The decision was announced this week, and it’s inspiring other cities to make similar moves. “It started out 15-20 a day,” said Larry Cripe. “We’ve even had as many as 60 flights in one day, turn west.” That turn didn’t exist, said Cripe, before June 2016. It didn’t exist before the FAA created it […]

  • SeaTac councilman fights crime one mailbox at a time

    SEATAC, Wash. – A councilman by day, superhero by night. Neighbors said Peter Kwon is saving his neighborhood from identify theft one mailbox at a time. The councilman said he first noticed mail theft was a problem in his community while on his morning runs. “I would find all of this mail on the streets and when I realized they belonged to my neighbors, I delivered them and they told me that [people] would steal mail all the time and […]

  • Seattle-based app turns phone into ‘perfect eyewitness’ to crime

    A new app created in Seattle has its sights set on stopping crime. Called iWitness, it hijacks your phone, arming users against their attackers with video, audio and 911.

  • ‘It just brought back a flood of emotions,’ new landslide looms near Oso

    OSO, Wash. – Announcement of a potential landslide near Oso, brings back memories for those still grieving family and friends lost in the 2014 disaster. “All day today I have just been on edge,” said Dayn Brunner. Brunner lost his sister in 2014, she was driving the same section of State Route 530 that was closed out of precaution yesterday. “My heart started hurting again. It just brought back a flood of emotions,” he said of the announcement. Nearly a […]

  • Uh, oh — Amazon moves into Girl Scouts cookie business … and girls in green aren’t happy

    SEATTLE – Amazon is stepping on the toes of the girls in green, selling Girl Scout Cookies with same-day delivery. You can add as many boxes as you want to your cart, but Girl Scouts of the USA said they may be expired or altogether fake. The organization issued this statement to us, saying in part: “…We strongly caution against purchasing Girl Scout Cookies via auction and shopping websites such as eBay and Amazon, because neither we nor our licensed […]

  • Parents of 3-year-old mauled by ‘wolf hybrid’ have been breeding wolf-dogs, law enforcement says

    THURSTON COUNTY, Wash. – A 3-year-old boy is in serious condition after his family’s “wolf-dog hybrid” attacked the child, biting off his hand. The family is known to Thurston County law enforcement and Wolf Haven International for breeding wolf dogs. Several of the family’s “hybrids” have been rescued by the Tenino sanctuary; officials there say DNA tests showed the “dogs” being used for breeding were full wolves, a practice that is against the law. Currently in Thurston County it is […]

  • 3-year-old boy loses arm after attack from family’s ‘wolf hybrid’ in kennel

    OLYMPIA, Wash. — A 3-year-old boy was attacked Monday when he put his hand into a kennel containing two hybrid wolves, the Thurston County Sheriff’s Office said. His injuries resulted in one of his arms being amputated. “The child had sustained serious injury to one of his hands and forearm. The child was a resident at this home where two wolf hybrids were maintained by the family within fenced kennel,” the sheriff’s office told Q13 News. The boy was flown to […]