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  • Students and family members embrace after leaving Marysville-Pilchuck High School in the aftermath of a shooting on the high school's campus on October 24, 2014 in Marysville, Washington. At least two are dead, including the shooter, according to authorities, with several more wounded.

    Why did a popular student, athlete turn a gun on his classmates in Marysville?

    MARYSVILLE, Wash. — Seven days ago, the gunman in the Marysville Pilchuck High shooting was crowned homecoming prince: Jaylen Fryberg is seen in a YouTube clip happy and waving. He was a popular kid before Friday’s shooting rampage — a teenager who has left behind many unanswered questions. Witnesses say Fryberg, a freshman at Marysville Pilchuck High School, pulled a gun and without uttering a word opened fire in a crowded cafeteria, shooting five students, including two of his own […]

  • Health care workers in state monitoring temperatures of travelers back from W. Africa

    TACOMA — Health care workers in five counties are monitoring people who recently returned to Washington from West Africa. Health departments in King, Snohomish,Pierce, Skagit and Clark counties are monitoring a total of five people in Washington as a precaution. Everyone being monitored are said to be low-risk. “I know there is a lot of anxiety around this right now,” Dr. Scott Lindquist said. No one is showing any signs of sickness but they are not in the clear until […]

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    TIPS: Weatherizing your home before winter storms hit

    SNOHOMISH, Wash. — Crews from Seattle City Light and Snohomish County PUD on Monday helped Andrew Brown’s family prepare for winter as part of the annual ‘Take the Winter by Storm’ campaign. Weatherizing started at the front door. Homeowners should look at their seals around their doors and windows to make sure they’re still in good shape, Neil Neroutsos with Snohomish County PUD said. LED lights, smoke and carbon monoxide detectors are also on the checklist. Gutters and drains need […]

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    Body of actress Misty Upham positively identified; coroner says she died Oct. 5

    AUBURN, Wash. — The body of actress Misty Upham, 32, was positively identified Friday. The medical examiner said she had been dead since Oct. 5. The cause of death had not yet been determined, the King County Medical Examiner’s Office added. The Auburn Police Department said they found no signs of foul play when her body was discovered by family members Thursday down a 150-foot embankment near the White River in Auburn. Upham, who  had small roles in “Django Unchained” […]

  • Hans Hansen, suspected of Wednesday night's shooting rampage in Snohomish County. (Photo: Facebook)

    Suspect in three-city shooting rampage that targeted police is family man

    GRANITE FALLS, Wash. — Law enforcement sources identified the Snohomish County shooting rampage suspect Thursday as Hans Hansen, who lives near Granite Falls, and others talked of what may have triggered Wednesday’s crime spree. Hansen, married with a son, is believed to have been the man in a white pickup truck who opened fire Wednesday night at the Granite Falls Police Department and at several parked patrol cars before driving to the Lake Stevens Department, where he did the same […]

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    Enumclaw student sues school district for $1.2 million over alleged bullying

    ENUMCLAW — The family of an Enumclaw student is suing the school district, saying he was bullied by his classmates and nothing was done to stop it. The high school student says the bullying happened while he was in middle school. Thunder Mountain Middle School kept a log of the student’s complaints, but the plaintiff, Andrew, says the school did not do enough to stop the bullying. The family did not want to release their last name for privacy reasons […]

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    Magnolia family targeted by car thieves twice in one week

    SEATTLE — It can happen to anyone and it can happen anywhere; thieves breaking into cars continue to be a big problem across the city. Jill, a Magnolia resident, didn’t want her last name published but she recently filed a police report. “I definitely feel violated, especially for me, that everything in my car was touched. My son’s toys were touched, everything was dumped upside down,” Jill said. A thief walked right up to her driveway, stealing money and sunglasses […]

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    Local nurses concerned about Ebola after Dallas nurse contracts virus

    SEATTLE — Nurses at Harborview Medical Center would be on the front line if an Ebola victim were sent here for treatment. “We all have concerns as human beings; that is the way it should be,” Harborview nurse Gail Stewart said Monday. Hospitals are keeping a close eye on the details coming out of Texas. A nurse caring for Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan now has the virus, too. Dr. Brad Younggren oversees the emergency room at Evergreen Health Medical […]

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    Woman attacked on a popular trail in Seattle park: ‘I thought I was going to die’

    SEATTLE — A woman attacked on a popular trail at Seattle’s Interlaken Park Thursday said she was choked so hard she passed out. Witness Kari Fillipi said she saw the victim talking to police right after the attack. “I was horrified for her, she was shaking, she was crying,” Fillipi said. Police said the attack happened on a paved path in broad daylight at about 3:30 p.m. The 44-year-old victim told Q13 Fox News she was jogging by herself when […]