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  • Health district investigating reports of possible norovirus at Ivar’s Mukilteo Landing

    MUKILTEO, Wash. — The Snohomish Health District is investigating reports of norovirus-like illness in people who ate at Ivar’s Mukilteo Landing on April 14. Ivar’s voluntarily closed the restaurant on Wednesday, April 18 for disinfection out of an abundance of caution. It was unclear if the illness was caused by food or if a person that was ill came into contact with diners. “These reports are limited to a very narrow window of time, suggesting a fairly isolated incident, but […]

  • It’s going to be SUNNY today — and we could even reach the 70s soon

    SEATTLE — Puget Sound, you’re about to be rewarded for your patience: It’s going to be SUNNY on Thursday! Q13 News Meteorologist M.J. McDermott says the day starts out with fog for some but will burn off and turn into a nice day. We are entering a new weather pattern. Yes, there will be a little rain but that is it. The overall pattern will be dry through most of NEXT WEEK, enjoy. Thursday will be really nice with ample […]

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    Please include your first name and where you live in the description of the photo.  By submitting your photo you agree to allow Q13 FOX to use your photo on-air, online or on any other platform. Please submit your photo only once, it will appear in the gallery once it has been approved. M.J. McDermott may use your photo on the air during our morning show.  If you would like to receive an email alerting you to this, please put your […]

  • Kshawma Sawant blasts ‘RIP Barbara Bush’ tweet, drawing intense criticism on social media

    SEATTLE – Seattle City councilmember Kshawma Sawant found herself in the middle of a controversy yet again Wednesday, this time following a tweet about the late Barbara Bush. Responding to a tweet from Women’s March organizers that said “Rest in peace and power, Barbara Bush,” Sawant teed off on the organization. “This is terrible,” wrote Sawant, who is a member of the Socialist party. “@womensmarch organizers have helped lead historic protests since Trump’s election but this tweet shows how, without […]

  • Responders asking for public’s help to find entangled gray whale in Puget Sound

    An urgent search is underway for a thin gray whale last seen Saturday entangled in fishing gear in north Puget Sound.

  • Destructive stink bugs infesting Puget Sound region, researchers say

    Researchers for Washington State University are being deluged with reports of brown marmorated stink bugs, especially from western Washington.

  • Cops: Man impersonates soldier, tells fake engagement story in $100,000 diamond heist

    Police arrested a man accused of impersonating a soldier and using a fake story about an engagement to steal a $100,000 diamond ring from a Bellevue jewelry store.

  • Bellingham has some of the cleanest air in the United States

    Bellingham, Washington joined a small list of cities deemed to have the cleanest air in the United States, by the American Lung Association.

  • Scientists hope new enzyme will ‘eat’ plastic pollution

    Scientists have accidentally developed a plastic-eating enzyme that may be used to combat one of the world’s worst pollution problems.

  • Missouri governor defies calls to resign

    Missouri’s Republican legislative leadership is calling for fellow GOP Gov. Eric Greitens to resign, but the governor says he won’t quit. Senate President Pro Tem Ron Richard, House Speaker Todd Richardson and other House leaders called on Greitens to step down Tuesday after the state’s attorney general found evidence that Greitens may have committed a felony in his use of a charity donor list for political purposes. Richard also called for impeachment proceedings to begin immediately. The Associated Press first […]