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    Everett set to ban high alcohol beer downtown

      The Barber Shop is an Everett institution, open along Colby Avenue since 1936. Marcie Shack has owned the salon for the last nine years, but says in that time she has seen the homeless problem get worse, along with public drunkenness and break-ins around her business. “Panhandlers on the sidewalk, in the back parking lot, and using the parking lot as a bathroom facility,” said Shack who says she was also recently confronted with a man on drugs or […]

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    DEA keeps pot on dangerous drug list, could hurt legal retailers in Washington

    SEATTLE — The Drug Enforcement Administration now says it will not re-schedule marijuana federally, meaning it remains on the list of most dangerous drugs, including heroin. That decision most likely means getting banking laws changed will continue to be an uphill battle. And legal pot supporters say without access to banks, pot shops and the neighborhood around them will be less safe. Alison Holcomb helped create the law that legalized marijuana in Washington. But despite the win with the state’s […]

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    Police searching for suspects after 3 men shot in north Seattle

    SEATTLE — Police are searching for suspects after three men were injured in a drive-by shooting overnight in north Seattle. Officers were called around 11 p.m. Wednesday to Aurora Ave N & N 96th St. When they arrived, they found three adult men who had been shot. A 30-year-old man suffered life-threatening injuries and was rushed to Harborview Medical Center. Two others, a 60-year-old man and a man in his 20s, are expected to be okay. Witnesses told police the three […]

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    Delta cancels nearly 250 flights Tuesday morning

    SEATTLE — Delta’s travails, and those of its customers, move into day two with the airline canceling nearly 250 flights. The cancellations Tuesday follow about 1,000 cancelled flights Monday and almost 3,000 delayed flights after an outage at its Atlanta headquarters initiated a global meltdown of its booking and communications systems. The airline was back online after a number of hours Monday, but the outages were so widespread that it is still dealing with the ripple effects a day later. The […]

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    Watchful worker helps police catch suspects in armed robbery of Seattle pot shop

    SEATTLE — Two people are in custody after a worker watching a security video feed saw armed robbers walk into a Seattle marijuana store Sunday night. Around 11 p.m.  two masked and armed men stormed into the “Have a Heart” store in the Greenwood neighborhood. A store employee said the gunman approached him as he performed a security sweep around the building.  As he returned to the store, he tried to warn another woman working inside.  She tried to hold the door shut […]

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    Review: ‘Suicide Squad’ serviceable, but not a home run

    A lot of DC Comics fans are rooting hard for the success of Suicide Squad in the wake of the negative reception (despite pretty sweet box office) of Batman v. Superman. The good news: This new film featuring super villains is a better flick then the one touting the two biggest superhero heavyweights in the universe. But it’s not the slam dunk, crowd pleasing, epic film everyone was hoping for. The story is slight, the villain weak, and the stakes […]

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    More new homes, more encounters with wildlife

    They are out there, and sometime they are right outside our front door. The unexpected neighbors around the northwest known as deer, bears, coyotes, and even cougars. In the last few years, we’ve seen many of these animals ruffling through garbage cans and walking through backyards. “People need to recognize that these animals are around, and they’re not going away,” said Chris Anderson, a wildlife biologist for the state. He adds that human-animal interaction will likely increase as new homes and […]

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    Massive fire jumps from building to building in downtown Bothell

    BOTHELL, Wash. — A fire that started at an under construction apartment complex in downtown Bothell has spread to a cafe and a bank. There are road closures and power outages in the area. A firefighter told Q13 News in her 17 years she has never seen anything like this — a fire jumping from building to building in historic downtown Bothell. The fire appears to have started around 3 a.m. in a building under construction near 102nd Ave. NE and Main […]

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    Wrong-way driver crashes into another car on I-5

    TACOMA — A wrong-way driver crashed head-on into another car Tuesday morning on southbound Interstate 5 near Tacoma. Police say around 4 a.m. a car started driving northbound in the southbound lanes of I-5, eventually crashing into another vehicle at the Puyallup River Bridge. Officials say both drivers were badly injured and taken to a nearby hospital. Troopers do not know where the driver got on the freeway before eventually crashing in the left lane. In a separate incident near […]

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    Police ask for taxpayer help to fight drugs, crime in Snohomish County

          Just off a busy Everett road, not far into the woods, there are trails littered with trash, used needles, and tents. A new Snohomish County Sheriff’s unit is in those woods, but not to issue tickets or make arrests. They are offering a helping hand, for treatment, housing, and even work. “As soon as you decide this isn’t working for you anymore, give us a call,” said Lauren Rainbow to a homeless man living in a tent. Rainbow […]