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    Eatonville couple heartbroken after thieves target baby boy’s grave

    EATONVILLE, Wash. —  Already grieving from the loss of their baby boy, an Eatonville couple is now hurt even more by a heartless thief. The cemetery is a place where Amber and Dan Palmer can feel close to their baby. “I sit here and talk,” Amber Palmer said at the gravesite. Born with rare tumors on his kidney, Karson Palmer only made it three days in this world. “He’s only been gone for almost a year now,” Dan Palmer said. […]

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    Suspect in Cascade Mall mass shooting may have frequented gun stores before crime

    BURLINGTON, Wash. — Arcan Cetin, the suspect in the deadly Cascade Mall shooting, is believed to have frequented gun stores in Island County even though his criminal history barred him from buying any weapons. “I recognized he’s been in the shop within the last six months to a year; thank goodness he didn’t buy anything from us” Whidbey Arms owner James Childres said. Cetin, who has a criminal record dating back at least two years and was charged last year […]

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    ‘We are deeply saddened:’ Community mourns victims killed in Cascade Mall shooting

    BURLINGTON – The memorial outside Cascade Mall continues to grow for the five victims killed in Friday night’s shooting. Strangers leave flowers, balloons and cards in support of the victims and the people closest to them. Belinda Galde, Beatrice Dotson, Chuck Eagan, Sarai Lara and Shayla Martin were all killed in the shooting. On Monday, people who knew Belinda wanted the world to know about her dedication to her job as a probation officer. “She told me she believed in me and I […]

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    Dozens walk Cascade Mall, posting encouraging messages to employees affected by mass shooting

    BURLINGTON, Wash. —  Macy’s says they plan to reopen on Thursday morning, ending a five-day shutdown after the mass shooting that claimed five lives. On Wednesday, the community continued to show support. Dozens showed up even before the mall opened. “We are here, we are going to walk, we have our kids,” Maddy James said. Dozens of people gathered to walk the mall at first gathering at a table inside Cascade Mall. “They had some materials put there so you could […]

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    ‘That’s why we’re here:’ As Cascade Mall reopens, a community confronts its grief

    BURLINGTON — Outside the Cascade Mall, where five people were shot Friday, a memorial is growing. Flowers, cards and notes can be found. So, too, can raw emotions as a community starts down a long road of healing. “Because they were people, people that did nothing wrong people at the wrong place at the wrong time,” Ken Thornberry said. Thornberry stood outside the Cascade Mall, where community members and strangers can bond over their grief. There, they share stories and reflect. “What […]

  • An officer investigates the scene of a crash between a tour bus and a tourist duck boat on the Aurora Bridge in Seattle, Washington on September 24, 2015. At least four people were killed and several were critically injured when a bus collided with a tour vehicle on a bridge in the US West Coast city of Seattle, officials said. AFP PHOTO/ MARK RALSTON        (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)

    ‘Ride The Ducks’ owner apologizes to victims of Aurora Bridge crash, promises extra safety measures

    SEATTLE — Poetic words spilled out into a garden Friday at North Seattle College, where five benches are now dedicated to the five students killed in the Aurora Bridge crash. North Seattle College students relived the moment a Ride the Ducks amphibious tour vehicle crashed into their charter bus on the bridge one year ago. Survivor Mazda Hutapea told Q13 News on Friday that she is physically healed but mentally she is still not ready to face the fact that […]

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    Local districts insist water is safe after environmental group releases study on chromium-6

    SEATTLE — Is your water safe? According to the Environmental Working Group, that`s an important question after a federal study found chromium-6 in most cities across the nation including many in Washington. Chromium-6, made famous by Erin Brokovich, is a natural chemical formed by soils and rocks but it`s linked to stomach and intestinal cancer. The group said over 200 million Americans are drinking water with chromium-6 above the level that a California scientist established as the public health goal. That […]


    Almost one-year after Aurora Bridge crash, firefighters relive the devastation

    Saturday marks the one year anniversary of the Aurora Bridge crash and on Wednesday firefighters relived that tragic day opening up to reporters.

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    State commission says abandoned gas line caused Seattle blast, wants to fine PSE $3.2M

    SEATTLE —  Most business owners were shocked Tuesday to hear that an abandoned gas line that was never turned off caused the massive Greenwood explosion in March. The blast injured nine firefighters, destroyed three businesses and damaged dozens more. Just hours after the explosion destroyed three buildings he owned, Mike Slattery suspected Puget Sound Energy was at fault. “When the gas line was dug up, it was very clear at that point,” Slattery said. On Tuesday, the Utility and Transportation Commission […]

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    Seattle passes ‘secure scheduling’ law that will affect thousands

    SEATTLE — Many are calling it a historic vote. Seattle is now the second city in the nation to pass a “secure scheduling” law that will affect thousands of hourly workers and their employers. Starting in July, food and retail businesses with 500 or more employees will face penalties if they don’t follow the rules. “It will require 14 days’ advance notice for schedules,” City Council member Lisa Herbold said. Bigger companies, such as REI and Starbucks, will have to […]