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  • Man, 4-year-old boy killed in Auburn fourplex fire

    AUBURN, Wash. — A man and a 4-year-old boy were killed overnight in a fire at an Auburn fourplex. Firefighters were called around 11:30 p.m. Wednesday to the 2600 block of O St NE to the report of people trapped inside a fire. Fire crews said police arrived at the scene first but without proper equipment were unable to rescue them. ATF helping investigation into fire that killed dad and 4-yr. old boy at 4-plex in Auburn #Q13FOX pic.twitter.com/QCVOu2zXHf — […]

  • Donald Trump Jr. releases emails showing Russian aid for campaign

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — President Donald Trump’s eldest son released an email chain Tuesday that shows him discussing plans to hear damaging information on Hillary Clinton that were described as “part of Russia and its government’s support for Mr. Trump.” The emails are the first documentary evidence that a top Trump associate took a meeting to hear damaging information about Clinton with the understanding that it was connected to a Russian government effort to help Trump in the 2016 election. Trump […]

  • Lanes are shifting on I-5 through Tacoma as new construction phase begins

    TACOMA — Big changes are in store for drivers on Interstate 5 through Tacoma starting Thursday morning. Northbound drivers are now being shifted into newly built lanes over I-705. Starting next week barriers will go up and the southbound lanes will be split into two separate roads. The left three lanes will be for through traffic continuing southbound. The two right lanes will be collector-distributor lanes for traffic exiting for I-705 into downtown Tacoma and SR 16. WSDOT is asking […]

  • Federal Way dad rescues 4 kids from burning apartment

    FEDERAL WAY, Wash. — A father in Federal Way rescued his children who were trapped in a burning Federal Way apartment. Firefighters were called around midnight Wednesday to the report of an apartment fire in the 1900 block of SW Campus Drive. Officials said that before they arrived, the fire was too intense for the father to get the kids, aged 2 to 9, out of their rooms from inside the apartment. So, he broke out one of the windows […]

  • Quirky Bothell shopping village may give way to new housing

    BOTHELL, Wash. — The need for new homes continues in our region. But that means some old and beloved locations may fall by the wayside. In Bothell, there are concerns that Country Village, a quirky assortment of shops, restaurant, bars, art, and nature, may soon give way to townhomes. “It’s such a great community,” said Jennifer Maki, who just opened an art store in an old caboose at the village. “To see that fall apart, get torn down, would be […]

  • 2-Day summit to fight state opioid epidemic

    Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson is hosting a 2-day summit starting Thursday morning to tackle the ongoing opioid epidemic in the state. “Opioids are devastating Washington families and communities, and overwhelming our safety nets,” said Ferguson. “This summit will bring together key stakeholders to identify next steps and solutions to this epidemic.” Ferguson will be joined by other prosecutors, law enforcement, and doctors to discuss the issue and share programs and ideas that have worked in other parts of […]

  • Coding dojos: new trend to get high tech jobs

    In the tech savvy northwest, there are lots of high paying jobs in computer coding, and not enough people to fill them. It’s something to consider if you are looking for a new career, and also something your kids may want to consider. Abshir Mohamed took a break from college to take a crack at the Coding Dojo, a place where they claim they can make you a job-ready coder in just three months. “Some people spend years on the stuff […]

  • Strange Seattle ‘Lardbutt’ run brings boos, but all in good fun

    SEATTLE — This is the season of road races and most are pretty competitive. But imagine a road race that doesn’t even stretch a mile, and isn’t the least bit competitive? This Saturday, the Lardbutt 1k returns to Magnuson Park in Seattle. It’s a .62 mile race that’s not really a race, but rather, a way to poke fun at all those other road races, and also acknowledge that some of us are slowing down. “We still enjoy getting out […]

  • Wonder Woman rescues superhero genre

    If this were baseball, the new DC Movie universe has been swinging badly at junk pitches. The joyless “Man of Steel,” morose “Batman V. Superman,” and disjointed “Suicide Squad” are three strikes against an expanding comic book landscape. But those films were also very profitable, so three strikes doesn’t necessarily mean you’re out in Hollywood. And now DC and Warner Bros. has a home run in “Wonder Woman,” a soaring superhero movie with a star (Gal Gadot) who shines in […]

  • High school students in Shoreline tackle tough issues adults often avoid

    At a time when it seems harder and harder for us to talk about tough subjects like race, religion, and politics, students at one local high school are making the effort. At Shorecrest High school in Shoreline they have created a forum open to all students that meets once a month. “We’re just trying to listen, and realize we can co-exist if we are willing to listen to one another,” said Nathan Nzanga, a senior at Shorecrest. “It was hard […]