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    Police: Two women hospitalized after fight involving stolen kitchen knife at Lakewood Wal-Mart

    LAKEWOOD, Wash — Two women are being treated for knife wounds following an early morning scuffle at the Lakewood Wal-Mart. According to Lakewood Police, the women are acquaintances with a “mutual dislike” for one another. The altercation unfolded after they spotted each other while shopping around 4 a.m. Saturday. After an initial argument, and a small tussle inside the store, the women were separated and one of them left. That is when, investigators say, the other woman shoplifted a kitchen knife from the store. A short time […]

  • ANNANDALE, VA - JULY 14:  Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton (L) and U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA) (R) acknowledge the crowd during a campaign event at Ernst Community Cultural Center at Northern Virginia Community College July 14, 2016 in Annandale, Virginia. Hillary Clinton continued to campaign for the general election in November.  (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

    Hillary Clinton announces Tim Kaine will be her running mate

    TAMPA, Fla. — Hillary Clinton announced Friday that Tim Kaine will be her vice presidential running mate. Rumors had been swirling for much of that week that she would tap the Virginia senator. Kaine emerged as a leading contender after a methodical search, several Democrats close to the campaign say, receiving the stamp of approval from President Barack Obama and former President Bill Clinton. I'm thrilled to announce my running mate, @TimKaine, a man who's devoted his life to fighting […]

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    John Reed, suspect in Oso killings, captured by authorities in Mexico

    SEATTLE — A man accused of killing a couple near Oso and burying their remains in a remote forest clearing was arrested by authorities Friday in Mexico. Investigators issued this statement in a news release: “According to our partners with the United States Marshal’s Office, deputy marshals have been working investigative leads with Mexican authorities from Policia ESTATAL Investigadora (PEI) in Sonora, Mexico to determine the location of Reed.  He was discovered and expelled to the United States by Mexican authorities […]

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    Oversized load hits overpass on I-5 near Chehalis: 1 car damaged, big backups

    A single lane of SB I-5 is blocked, the backup is from Chamber Way to Grand Mound. Oversized load hit the overpass. pic.twitter.com/n4fiqdnKHe — WSDOT – SW Region (@wsdot_sw) July 22, 2016 CHEHALIS, Wash. — Traffic was backed up for miles for several hours after an oversized load hit an overpass just after noon Friday in the Chehalis area. According to WSP Trooper Will Finn, the semi was pulling two backhoes when it struck the Chamber Way overpass while heading south on I-5. […]

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    Instagram photos reveal Russell Wilson’s bulked up arms

    Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has been in the news a lot this offseason. After the playoffs, Wilson took a well-earned vacation with Ciara. He’s been in more ads for Alaska Airlines as their Chief Football Officer. He even surprised 15,000 kids at Key Arena in April. And earlier this month, Wilson and Ciara tied the knot at a castle in the U.K. But don’t let any of that fool you. He’s been doing work. Photos and videos posted to Wilson’s Instagram this week proved just […]

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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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    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 […]

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    Seattle tunnel project $223 million over budget, several years behind schedule

    SEATTLE — The troubled project to replace Seattle’s Alaskan Way Viaduct with a tunnel is $223 million over budget. The Washington state Department of Transportation said Thursday the additional money is needed for the project, originally slated to cost $3.1 billion, because of repeated delays. Those delays have increased the costs of administration and oversight, made it more expensive to acquire the right of way along the tunnel alignment and added to the costs of ultimately demolishing the viaduct. The Seattle […]

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    Bellingham police asking for help finding ‘person of interest’ in string of sexually motivated assaults

    BELLINGHAM, Wash. – Bellingham police are asking for the public’s help identifying a person of interest in a string of sexual assaults targeting women. Police said “it has not been determined that this is the suspect,” but that anybody who recognizes him should call detectives at 360-778-8664. Two of the attacks happened early Wednesday morning. None of the women has been hurt during the incidents but police said a man held a woman at knife-point in the latest attack. Investigators said […]

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    Seattle police union overwhelmingly rejects contract offer

    SEATTLE – Members of the union that represents Seattle police officers voted overwhelmingly on Thursday to reject a contract offer from the city. An email from the Seattle Police Guild (SPOG) said officers voted 823-156 to reject the proposal. A source told Q13 News that among the sticking points, two loomed large. The first was that officers oppose involuntary transfers for non-disciplinary reasons. The second was that officers don’t want civilian investigators in the Office of Professional Accountability, preferring instead that […]