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  • Donald Trump introduces his wife Melania Trump at the Republican National Convention 2016 on Monday, July 18.

    Police gearing up for Trump visit to Everett, Seattle area Tuesday

    EVERETT, Wash. — As soon as they got confirmation Friday morning, Everett police officers circled the Xfinity Arena where Donald Trump will hold a rally on Tuesday. “We are going over our operation plans now trying to make sure there is adequate safety for people who support and people who don’t support Trump,” Everett police officer Aaron Snell said. Volunteers for the Trump Campaign say they will pack the venue with the capacity for 10,000 people. “They want that change, they […]

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    42-year-old martial arts studio owner charged with child rape; bail set at $300K

    KENT, Wash. — Robert Morrision, owner of Lee’s Martial Arts studio in Renton, was charged Friday with three counts of child rape and one count of communicating with a minor for immoral purposes. Morrison is accused of having sex with a 15-year-old girl and sending inappropriate pictures of himself to two other teenage girls. The alleged victims range from 15 to 17. Detectives say Morrison sent naked pictures of himself to the teen girls eventually, coaxing the 15-year-old to repeatedly […]

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    Landmark Tacoma Boxing Club displaced, desperate to find new home

    TACOMA — One of the best boxing clubs for kids in the Pacific Northwest is now in jeopardy. The Tacoma Boxing Club has been a landmark for more than three decades, keeping kids off the streets and teaching not only boxing but life skills. “The majority of us here are inner-city kids,” boxer Hector Rendon said. And they have big dreams. “I think about winning,” boxer Hailey Roberts said. Fresh from a championship win, Roberts is surging with confidence. Her […]

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    Bell times changing for most Seattle public schools

    SEATTLE — The back-to-school countdown is in full swing but this fall sisters Josie and Mila will have to get to Sand Point School about an hour and half earlier in the mornings than last year. “We used to start at 9:25, our new bell time is 7:50,” parent Chandra Hampson said. The bell time changes are affecting more than 50,000 Seattle public school students and their families. “I definitely share that pain; I am a parent as well of elementary school children,” […]

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    Allen Ivanov pleads not guilty to killing 3 teens, wounding a fourth at Mukilteo party

    EVERETT, Wash. — The quiet of the courtroom was interrupted by the sound of anguish when accused killer Allen Ivanov faced a judge on Monday. Ivanov, 19, pleaded not guilty to all charges, as the families of the teenage victims sat just three seats behind him. Police say Ivanov confessed to plotting the mass shooting for days, fueled by jealous rage after his ex-girlfriend Anna Bui refused to get back with him. Police say Ivanov hid behind a bush outside […]

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    Firefighter severely injured in Twisp wildfire a year ago talks of tragedy, triumph

    SEATTLE — Friday marks one year since the wildfires in Twisp that killed three firefighters. The sole survivor, Daniel Lyon Jr., spoke to Q13 News about the anniversary of the tragedy and his recovery. “It’s painful, it’s uncomfortable,” Lyon said. Every step is hard but Lyon is grateful he can still walk. “My look has changed, the way I walk has changed, so having confidence to keep your head up high is important,” Lyon said. That confidence comes from knowing […]

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    Two people hurt in crash on I-5 in Federal Way

    FEDERAL WAY, Wash. — Two people were airlifted to the hospital after a crash Thursday afternoon on Interstate 5 in Federal Way. According to Trooper Rick Johnson, a motorhome shifted lanes and was braking hard in traffic. A car in front of the motorhome noticed they wouldn’t be able to stop and swerved into another lane. The motorhome then struck a red car, pushing it into the back of a box truck. The male driver was able to crawl out […]

  • From Tacoma Fire Dept.

    Overturned semi-tanker closes I-5 for hours

    FIFE, Wash. — A semi tanker rollover forced officials to close both directions of Interstate 5 in Fife for nearly three hours Thursday morning. Crews were called around 9:30 a.m. to the report of a tanker rollover. Department of Ecology officials said the tank was leaking fuel. According to the Washington State Patrol, the tanker was likely traveling too fast, heading north on the on-ramp. There were no injuries. As a precaution, the Washington State Department of Transportation shut down both directions of I-5 […]

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    Seattle blogger sues city of Seattle over May Day ‘blast ball’ injury to face

    SEATTLE —  A Seattle man is now suing the city of Seattle after a piece of shrapnel from a “blast ball” hit him in the face on May Day. Sam Levine showed Q13 News the area on his face where doctors had to remove an inch of shrapnel that left a hole in his face. “If it had hit me in the neck, I would have died,” Levine said. Levine is a software engineer but also an avid blogger. He […]

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    Olympia businesses, workers worried about safety as nightly police foot patrols end

    OLYMPIA, Wash. — As day turns to night, many in downtown Olympia say they feel unsafe. To make matters worse, Olympia Police say they have no choice but to stop their nightly walking patrols in the downtown area. Inside Jamie Lee & Co, hairstylist Missa Bodine feels safe at work but it’s a different story when she is going home at night. “I am more concerned about the drunks leaving the bar than the homeless people,” Bodine said. Longtime Olympia […]