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    A 3-year-old girl’s quad is stolen, but what happened next is awesome!

    SNOHOMISH, Wash. — Three-year old Zoey Wilde professionally rides a quad.  It’s something she has loved to do since she was only 2.  But last Saturday, someone stole her quad out of the back of her family pickup truck. Her mother, Natalie, said her daughter was devastated. “She started to cry and (I was) explaining that to her and why there is bad guys … it was a little difficult because she is 3,” Natalie said. The bike was stolen […]

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    Former Orting police officer’s SUV spray-painted with racial slur

    PUYALLUP, Wash. — A former Orting police officer’s SUV was spray-painted with a racial slur and a warning. Gerry Pickens discovered that someone had vandalized his SUV by spray-painting the N-word on one side and a threat on the other. “I was disturbed.  I didn’t know how to go back into my house and tell my wife somebody vandalized our property … I felt violated,” Pickens said Tuesday. He discovered it Monday morning.  Pickens said he worries about his wife […]

  • Local leaders, small business owners worry about possible troop cuts at JBLM

    LAKEWOOD, Wash. —  Joint Base Lewis-McChord is facing an uncertain future, a possible troop reduction of more than 11,000 soldiers and civilian workers. It’s a prospect that could also result in millions lost in revenue to local economies. Michael Steadman, a Lacey city council member says it could be devastating. “You are talking about 216 million dollars directly impacted to the local economy,” Steadman said. Lacey is a military town nearly 5% of its households are owned by soldiers. Steadman also says […]

  • Homeowners warned of potential landslide in Lacey neighborhood

    OLYMPIA — Thurston County has warned some homeowners of the potential for a landslide in the Lacey area, officials said Friday. “Thurston County Emergency Management this (Friday) afternoon was notified by the Thurston Conservation District that a slope in the vicinity of Marian Drive NE is actively sliding and that the slide extends to neighboring properties,” the EM department said. The original inspection was performed by the Thurston Conservation District on Jan. 9, it said, but added that with heavy […]

  • Tsunami shelter being built in coastal Washington town of Westport

    WESTPORT, Wash. — Ground is being broken on a new vertical evacuation structure as part of the new Ocosta Elementary School. It’s the first of its kind that could withstand the power of a tsunami and save upwards of a thousand lives.

  • End of the line for historic rail station in Washington?

    STEILACOOM, Wash. — Steilacoom became the first incorporated city in the state, in 1854. But its historic train depot has been sitting empty for nearly a half-century. Jeff Van Sant has more on the community’s efforts to save it:

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    Burglars hit at least 6 homes in Covington neighborhood in a week; some enter as families sleep

    COVINGTON, Wash.  — At least six homes in a Covington neighborhood have been hit by thieves since January 1, the King County Sheriff’s Office says. The majority of the break-ins occurred along SE 270th Street.  In at least two of the cases, families were home and asleep. Victims such as Suzanne Edwards are now living in fear. “It’s one of the most traumatizing things we’ve experienced,” Edwards said. Her home was targeted early Sunday morning.  A thief came through a […]

  • Local World War II veteran being awarded French Legion of Honor Medal

    SEATTLE — A local World War II veteran is being awarded the French Legion of Honor Medal by Paris as a way to thank him for taking part in the liberation of France. And for 92-year-old Army veteran Charles Hallin, it reflects on our nation’s contribution to the liberation of millions during the war. Watch the video report below:

  • Car prowler has neighbors on edge in Kirkland (VIDEO)

    KIRKLAND — A car prowler caught on camera has residents in a Kirkland neighborhood concerned. Neighbors said this prowler is just the latest in a growing problem that just started in the last few months. They believe the thief may be looking for holiday gifts left in cars because they have not seen a prowler in this area before. Terry Carpenter said a thief broke into his car that was parked in his driveway and went through everything inside on […]

  • VIDEO: Homes slide into ocean after weeks of wind, rain along Washington coast

    NORTH COVE, Wash. — Rough seas, high winds and days of rain have been eating away at the coastline. Now, neighbors are scrambling to save whatever they can before their homes fall into the Pacific Ocean. Several homes and cabins have crumbled into the sea in the past few days like the one shown in this video above. With more severe weather on the way, hope is fading fast for several other homes that are in danger of toppling over.