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  • Justin Britt signs three-year extension with Seahawks

    SEATTLE – The Seattle Seahawks officially have 20 percent of their offensive line figured out for the foreseeable future. Justin Britt tweeted a picture of himself  signing a contract extension with the Seahawks on Thursday and the team confirmed the news, not long after coach Pete Carroll said the team and Britt were “really close” to a deal. “He has been a fantastic leader for us up there,” Carroll said. “He had an excellent season. He has played three spots […]

  • Be one of the #12sOnQ this Blue Friday! Submit your photo here

    SEATTLE — 12s, show us your BLUE! You can join us by sharing your Blue Friday photos on Twitter and Instagram  using the #12sOnQ. Or you can upload your photos directly to our website below! Some lucky viewers will see their photos on-air during Q13 News This Morning.

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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 […]

  • 3 Arlington officers hospitalized after violent reaction to secondhand heroin smoke

    Three Arlington police officers were taken to the hospital after suffering a violent reaction to secondhand heroin smoke. 

  • In wake of Charlottesville, some attention turns to Fremont’s Lenin statue

    SEATTLE — A controversial statue in a Seattle neighborhood is once again getting some attention. On Wednesday, six marchers led by conspiracy theorist Jack Posobiec gathered at a bronze sculpture of Vladimir Lenin in Fremont. The small group gathered around the statue,  trying to draw attention to Lenin’s history and the alleged hypocrisy of those who want Confederate statues torn down, but appear fine with Lenin. Posobiec and others garnered little attention in person, but live video of the group […]

  • Next State Parks ‘free day’ is Friday, August 25

    To celebrate the National Park System’s 101st birthday, the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission is offering free entrance to state parks on Friday, August 25.

  • Rep. Jayapal co-sponsors resolution to censure President Trump

    SEATTLE – U.S. Rep. Pramila Jayapal joined two other members of Congress on Wednesday in introducing a resolution of censure against President Donald Trump in the wake of his press conference at Trump Tower on Tuesday. The resolution also urged Trump to strongly condemn the KKK, neo-Nazis  and white nationalists, and to remove Steve Bannon, Stephen Miller and Sebastian Gorka from his administration. “Not even a week has passed since the tragedy in Charlottesville,” Jayapal said in a statement. “But […]

  • King County man bought pounds of fentanyl through mail, prosecutors say

    BURIEN, Wash. — A King County man faces federal charges after allegedly buying hundreds of grams of the powerful opioid fentanyl from Hong Kong and China and shipping it to his home. Gregory L. Smith was arrested early Monday morning at Sea-Tac while trying to catch a flight to Maui. He is charged in U.S. District Court with importing fentanyl. The arrest comes as federal law enforcement agencies combat a flow of imported opioids that has increased steadily over the […]

  • Seahawks sign CB Tramaine Brock to help secondary

    RENTON, Wash. — Now that charges have been dismissed in his legal case, new Seattle Seahawks cornerback Tramaine Brock must wait to see if the NFL will hand down any discipline. The Seahawks signed Brock to a one-year contract Wednesday, giving the former starter in San Francisco a chance to add depth to Seattle’s secondary. His signing came a week after charges were dropped against Brock in a domestic violence case that led to his release by the 49ers. Brock […]

  • How a typhoon near Japan should keep our skies clear for eclipse viewing Monday

    SEATTLE — Weather is all about balance. Q13 News Meteorologist Rebecca Stevenson says a typhoon over the Pacific Ocean is impacting our weather and will actually keep things clear in the Pacific Northwest. How does a typhoon help us see the solar eclipse in Seattle? “If you stick your heel down in the mud, the heel goes way down into the dirt, and the mud starts to squeeze up and out,” Stevenson said. “That’s kind of what the jet stream […]