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    Troopers: Multiple fires along I-5 near Marysville intentionally set, suspects sought

    MARYSVILLE, Wash. — At least eight fires broke out along Interstate 5 near Marysville Tuesday afternoon, causing long delays. Interstate 5 southbound near Marysville was closed at 1:27 p.m. while crews fought the fires. A lane of traffic was quickly reopened, but backups persisted in all the areas. Troopers said there were at least eight fires, all of which had been extinguished by 3 p.m. Patrol troopers believe the fires were intentionally set. Troopers were looking for two white men in […]

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    ‘A strange story': 2 men accused of stealing woman’s body, belongings, identity

    GRAHAM, Wash. — Two Pierce County men are facing charges after prosecutors say they moved the body of a dead woman from her home and tried to steal everything she had in life. Police believe 63-year old Janet Mueller died of natural causes while unloading hay for her horse. They also believe her body may have been lying next to her home in Graham for more than a month. “She was a loner,” said a friend and neighbor who didn’t […]

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    U.S. Open leaves 70,000 pounds of food for needy families

    UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. — The golfers left it all on the course as they competed in the 2015 U.S. Open at Chambers Bay. Now, the tournament is leaving something else behind: food. “It was a wonderful surprise,” said Helen McGovern-Pilant, with Emergency Food Network in Pierce County, which received 70,000 pounds in unused food from the U.S. Open. It will be distributed to 67 food banks and shelters throughout the county. The food includes fruits, cheeses, and breads, but McGovern-Pilant […]

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    Intervention gone wrong leads to abduction, chase, and arrests

    SEATTLE — In Seattle, a family intervention goes wrong, and leads to an abduction, police pursuit, and four people are under arrest. It started in an apartment on Queen Anne Avenue. “The cop asked me if a guy just ran, and I said I think so,” said Sally Richardson, who lives in the building. She calls the scene bizarre, with a lot of police surrounding her apartment building Sunday afternoon. Officers say they responded to a 911 call there involving […]

  • You can take a cell phone to the U.S. Open, just don’t talk on it … or take pics (VIDEO)

  • The keys to getting around challenging U.S. Open? Good shoes & being in good shape

    UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. — There are a lot of challenges for the 30,000 spectators who are moving around the Chambers Bay golf course for the U.S. Open. Good shoes, and being in good shape are two keys. “You need to be in great shape or else you could have a heart attack out there,” said Nick Clark, while walking the course with his wife. There are a lot of hills and changes in elevation on the sprawling course, and fans […]

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    State workers stage protest over possible furloughs: ‘The stress is huge’

    OLYMPIA — There is still no budget agreement in Olympia and, with the clock ticking to a June 30 deadline, state workers are taking to the streets. Workers at agencies around the state protested on Thursday, demanding that lawmakers get a deal done, with 25,000 of them facing furloughs if that doesn’t happen. “It’s going to hurt us and it’s going to hurt us hard,” said Lenni Marrotte, who works in the state Employment Security Department. If she’s laid off, […]

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    Critics: No golf until budget deal reached

    OLYMPIA — The U.S. Open at Chambers Bay is where, it seems, everyone wants to be. But some say not everyone belongs there. “We, as taxpayers, are the bosses of our elected officials, and we’re saying no, get your work done, and then you can go watch golf,” said Heather Weiner, with the activist group Washington United for Fair Revenue. Her group is calling out lawmakers for attending the U.S. Open instead of tending to a budget deal in Olympia. […]

  • Christoper Monfort has been convicted of murder in the shooting death of a Seattle police officer. The jury in the trial will now decide if he spends the rest of his life in prison or is put to death.

    ‘He loved helping people': Brother of slain cop testifies at killer’s penalty hearing

    SEATTLE — Jurors are now deciding if convicted cop killer Christopher Monfort will get the death penalty or life in prison. On June 5, the same King County Superior Court jury convicted Monfort of murder in the death of Seattle police officer Timothy Brenton. On the first day of the penalty phase of the trial, jurors heard from Brenton’s brother, Matt Brenton. “It’s hard to put in words the impact it’s really had,” Matt Brenton said of the “devastating” loss […]

  • Families of fallen officers come together, learn about gun safety

    TUKWILA, Wash. — They are the survivors of fallen police officers. On Saturday, they came from around the state to be together in Tukwilla at the Seattle Police Range, and to learn more about one of the most important tools used by police officers. “I have guns around the house and a son who has never shot a gun,” said Jeannie Lone, the organizer of the event. “I thought, what if we created a survivors day, where people could bring […]