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  • The site where man was found shot in Seattle's New Holly neighborhood. (Photo: KCPQ-TV)

    Seattle community on edge after man gunned down on street

    SEATTLE — Police said a man was shot and killed Friday in the city’s New Holly neighborhood. Witnesses began calling 911 just after 3 p.m. Friday saying that a man was shot at the intersection of 44 Avenue S. and S. Cloverdale Street, police said. Officers found a man on the sidewalk who had been shot multiple times, police said. Medics attempted life-saving measures, but the man died at the scene, police said. Homicide detectives, Crime Scene Investigators, and the Gang Unit were […]

  • Sammamish woman pleads guilty to crashing SUV through home, killing husband, son-in-law

    SEATTLE — It’s almost the final chapter in a sad family tragedy. A Sammamish woman accused of killing her family members after plowing through her home with her SUV pleaded guilty on Thursday. She originally pleaded not guilty to the May 16, 2014, crash. Carol Fedigan also admitted to what police had accused her of — being impaired by a dangerous mix of alcohol and Ambien, a powerful sedative, when she drove her SUV through her waterfront home and into […]

  • Michele Anderson is charged with murder in the killing of six members of her family in Carnation, Wash., on Christmas Eve 2007.

    Death penalty won’t be sought against woman accused of killing 6 members of her family

    SEATTLE — King County’s prosecutor announced Wednesday he will not seek the death penalty against a woman charged with killing six members of her family in Carnation on Christmas Eve 2007. Michele Anderson’s trial is still expected to start this fall. The state’s decision to pull the death penalty off the table boils down to what happened to Joe McEnroe, her former boyfriend who was recently convicted of the murders and sentenced to life in prison without parole. “I thought […]

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    Prosecutors will not seek death penalty for accused Carnation killer

    SEATTLE — Prosecutors announced Wednesday they will no longer seek the death penalty for accused Carnation killer Michele Anderson. King County prosecutor Dan Satterberg said his office will seek life in prison, not the death penalty, for 36-year-old Anderson. Anderson is accused of killing six members of her family, along with convicted killer Joseph McEnroe, on Christmas Eve 2007. Satterberg says the victims’ family supports the decision to remove the death penalty from the table. The decision was largely influenced by […]

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    New surveillance video shows missing Seattle man at bus stop

    SEATTLE — A Seattle man has vanished without a trace. Now Jeremiah Foco’s friends are doing their own detective work and they have uncovered a valuable clue — surveillance video. Facing a dead end in the search, the new surveillance video is now giving family members renewed hope. It’s a quick shot but family and friends say they are sure cameras captured Foco going down the stairs at the International District station off of 5th and Jackson last Wednesday morning. […]

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    Pregnant woman who was shot at bus stop talks of terrifying moment, losing her baby

    SEATTLE — A pregnant 19-year-lold woman who was shot in the stomach at a Seattle bus stop a month ago and lost her baby is speaking about the horrifying moment for the first time. Tedra Paige says she went into shock after a bullet pierced her stomach. She lost consciousness in the ambulance and when she woke up at the hospital, doctors told her the unborn baby didn’t make it. “I am still in shock, it’s traumatizing,” Paige said. Every […]

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    A wedding dress mess in Olympia leaves dozens of soon-to-be brides scrambling

    OLYMPIA, Wash. — Dozens of South Sound brides are in a panic. They paid for their dresses but a dispute between the store`s current and former owner may mean the gowns aren`t going to make it in time. Brittany Smith envisioned a picture-perfect wedding the second she got engaged. She chose a shop in Olympia — Weddings With Joy — to order her bridesmaids dresses. She paid for all three in May. Now about a month before her wedding, the […]

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    Neighbors on edge after string of cat attacks in Marysville

    MARYSVILLE, Wash. — It’s a disturbing mystery. A Marysville man says someone is out to hurt animals in his neighborhood. Two of his cats have already been targeted in the 6500 block 68th Street NE in Marysville. “Someone is targeting animals in the area,” Dan French said. A neighbor checking the mail Tuesday night discovered Dan’s cat Jacen lying lifeless on the street. The neighbor found the cat on the edge of the road across from Dan’s home. It was […]

  • Woman runs for her life during scary armed robbery attempt

      PUYALLUP, Wash.  — A woman is wanted for a violent attempted robbery in Puyallup. Police say she is working with two men and they fear they may strike again. “She said, ‘Drop your stuff or I will shoot you,'” victim Tyra Morris said. Morris will never forget those terrifying words. “My whole body started shaking,” Morris said. Surveillance video captured the scary attack. A woman gets out of a black Mercedes and positions herself behind some bushes along 5th […]

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    Washington state will forgive your fines if you pay the SR 520 Bridge tolls

    SEATTLE — It’s been a sore spot for drivers for years: The hefty fines that come with forgetting to pay your tolls on the State Route 520 Bridge. But the state has a deal for you. If you agree to pay the tolls you owe, the state will waive all of your outstanding fines. The phone has been ringing off the hook at the Washington State Department of Transportation’s call centers since the program started Monday. Cameron Milstead says he […]