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  • Julie Moe, of Lynnwood, had several packages stolen right at her front door.

    Thieves steal Lynnwood woman’s packages, including special gift from her 3-year-old son

    LYNNWOOD, Wash. — A Lynnwood woman wants justice, after someone stole several packages from her front door, including a special gift from her 3-year-old son. Lynnwood resident Julie Moe says three packages were stolen on February 8th.  It included a gift for her son and a gift card.  She immediately contacted the Post Office who launched an investigation. Investigators found that the gift card was used just two days after the theft at a Target in Woodinville.  Security footage from […]

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    Man allegedly tries to lure 15-year-old girl on her way to school in Edmonds

    EDMONDS, Wash.  — Police are searching for a man who allegedly tried to lure a 15-year-old girl into his car Thursday as she walked to Edmonds-Woodway High School. The incident happened just before 7 a.m. along 220th Street Southwest near Highway 99. The girl told authorities a man in a dark- or gray-colored 4-door sedan with tinted windows pulled up and told her to get in the car.  The teen refused and ran off and alerted authorities once she got […]

  • Parkland man accused of killing neighbor after loud noise wakes him

    PARKLAND, Wash. — A 21-year-old man was arrested early Tuesday in the stabbing death of his 50-year-old neighbor. Investigators have said it all started as a fight over noise at their apartment complex. The Pierce County Sheriff’s Department said officers were called to the University Park Apartments in the 400 block of Wheeler Street South in Parkland around 11:30 p.m. Monday. Officers found the body of the 50-year-old man in a stairwell.  Investigators said he had been stabbed multiple times. […]

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    In emotional hearing, 17-year-old driver sentenced for car crash that killed 3 classmates

    PORT ORCHARD, Wash — A 17-year-old was sentenced Thursday to 45 to 108 weeks in a juvenile detention center for a car crash that took the lives of three high school classmates in January. Families of the dead teenagers cried as they addressed the court and the defendant.  They took aim at the boy for making terrible decisions that led to their children dying. On Jan. 11, the 17-year-old was behind the wheel when the car lost control on a […]

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    Police: Man pretended to work for school transportation, attempted to lure young girl into van

    SEATTLE — Police are on the lookout for the driver of a gold minivan reportedly posing as a school transportation official while trying to lure a child into his van. A mother and her elementary school-aged daughter were waiting for the bus Wednesday morning near the intersection of 34th Avenue West and Brygger Drive West in the Magnolia neighborhood when a man driving a gold minivan pulled up to the pair, Seattle police said. The man claimed he was working for school […]

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    2 dead, 1 injured in shooting in Everett home; suspect taken into custody

    EVERETT — Two people were killed and another person was injured in a shooting in a home in Everett Friday night, police said.  A suspect was taken into custody. The crime took place at a house in the 2400 block of 75th Street Southeast. Everett police provided scant details. Just after 7 p.m. Friday, officers responded to the house on the report that multiple people had been shot. “While officers were at the residence, another report was received that a […]

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    West Coast ports slowdown affecting local businesses, could drive up prices at stores

    SEATTLE — The West Coast ports slowdown is created a rippling affect for businesses who are trying to get products on the shelves.  The problem is a lot of container ships are stuck out in the Sound.  For some distributors, its creating backlogs and delivery delays. One company experiencing the effects is Norvanco International Inc. in Sumner.  It’s a company that brings in goods manufactured overseas, puts the products in their warehouse, inventories the items and then ships them across […]

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    Former Orting officer claims racial discrimination for firing

    Orting, Wash. — The first African American officer in the Orting Police Department is claiming racial discrimination against the city and the police chief. Gerry Pickens was fired from the department in September of 2014 just five days before his probationary period was over.  Pickens claims he was never given an evaluation during his nearly year long probation period.  Pickens also says he was told the reason for the firing was that his work was unsatisfactory. Now, Pickens has filed […]

  • River floods part of Brinnon in Jefferson County. (Photo: KCPQ-TV)

    Rising river floods Brinnon neighborhood; trail bridge in Sequim closed, in danger of collapse

    BRINNON, Wash. — The rain-swollen Duckabush River flooded nearby homes, prompting some evacuations Friday morning.  The river spilled over its banks, causing water to flow up to the doorsteps of houses near Highway 101 and Duckabush Road in Jefferson County. Rescue crews went door-to-door to check on homeowners stuck in the water. Brinnon Fire Chief Patrick Nicholson said they helped seven people evacuate the area, but many homeowners decided not to leave. “We did make contact with everybody who would […]

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    Horse killed in possible cougar attack near Port Orchard

    PORT ORCHARD, Wash. — A horse was killed on a ranch near Port Orchard Wednesday morning in what authorities believe might have been a cougar attack. The horse named Tina was out in a pasture when the attack happened at a ranch along Southeast Lider Road. The owner, Elizabeth Lumsden, said her horse was attacked sometime around 4 a.m. “We went out to feed at 5 a.m. and we noticed we were minus a horse.  We went out to the […]