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Greetings — I’m John White and I’m a News Assignment Editor at Q13 FOX News.

I’ve been fortunate to have lived and worked in some great places: New York, San Francisco and Seatlle.

And despite the regional and cultural differences I’ve found that people, for the most part, are the same — they have the same wants, needs and desires.

As for me, I love music, the arts, classic movies, astronomy and comedy. I like to travel and I’m a novice foodie. Oh, and I’ve got a wry sense of humor.


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    Sheriff’s deputy fatally shoots man in his 60s in Monroe; handgun recovered

    MONROE – A Snohomish County Sheriff’s deputy fatally shot and killed a man near Monroe early Tuesday morning, the sheriff’s office reported. A multi-agency police team is investigating the officer-involved shooting in the 17500 block of Tester Road, a police spokesman said. The deputy was responding to a ‘suspicious’ circumstances call around midnight, Everett Police officer Aaron Snell told Q13Fox News. Shortly after arriving on scene, the deputy contacted a man and then moments later, the deputy reported ‘shots fired’. The […]

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    Two men allegedly involved in grocery store theft shot by Olympia police

    OLYMPIA – A police officer shot two men, reportedly brothers, allegedly involved in an attempted theft at an Olympia Safeway Thursday morning. The Olympia Police Department reports an officer fired multiple shots, hitting two men, near Cooper Point Road NW and 14th Avenue NW just after 1 a.m. Both men were transported to an area hospital with gunshot wounds to the chest. The men, believed to be in their 20s, were in critical condition. The Olympia police officer was not […]

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    Wrong way crash shuts down northbound lanes of Alaskan Way viaduct

    SEATTLE – A car and motorcycle collided on SR 99 at Royal Brougham Way early Friday, shutting down all northbound lanes, Seattle police said. Police determined that the car was going southbound on SR 99, in the wrong direction, when it collided with the motorcycle, which was traveling northbound, police told Q13FOX News. The collision happened around 1:40 a.m. The 55-year-old motorcyclist was thrown off his bike and transported to Harborview Medical Center with life-threatening injuries, police said. Police are […]

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    Fire rips through 3 RVs at Fife dealership (PHOTOS)

    TUKWILA – A fire destroyed three recreational vehicles at a Fife dealership around 4 a.m. Thursday morning, the Tacoma Fire department told Q13 FOX News. Smoke and flames from the fire at Fife RV Center could be seen by passing motorists on Interstate 5. The fire department said that the fire started in the middle of one of the RVs and then spread to two nearby RVs. Firefighers were able to contain the fire, preventing flames damaging other nearby RVs. […]

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    Official: Tacoma police officer fatally shoots armed man

    TACOMA – A Tacoma police officer fatally shot an armed man after the man reportedly confronted police outside of a residence. Tacoma police spokesperson Loretta Cool said that police were called to a house in the 3400 block of South Proctor Street around 10 p.m. Sunday for a noise disturbance. Upon arrival, police observed a man inside the house grab and gun and came outside of the house, where he was shot by one of the responding officers. Medics responded […]

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    Seattle man missing in Hawaii, last seen paddle boarding Wednesday

    HONOLULU – The US Coast Guard and the Honolulu Fire Department are searching for a Seattle man, who reportedly was paddle boarding near Kuhio Beach on Wednesday. A press release from the Coast Guard identified the man as 32-year-old Niel Bode of Seattle: Watchstanders at the Coast Guard Sector Honolulu Command Center received notification from the Honolulu Fire Department about 7:30 p.m., reporting that Neil Bode had not returned after renting a stand up paddle board near the Waikiki Wall. […]

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    Governor Inslee to sign bill changing medical marijuana rules

    OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) _ Gov. Jay Inslee is expected to sign into law an overhaul of Washington’s medical marijuana market that seeks to eliminate unregulated dispensary sales now that the state’s recreational market is in place. Among the provisions of the measure Inslee was to sign Friday afternoon is the creation of a voluntary database of patients. Unregistered patients wouldn’t be allowed to possess the same amounts of marijuana or enjoy similar tax breaks that registered patients would. The passage […]

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    For second time in months, fire rips through Lakewood apartment building

    LAKEWOOD – A two-alarm fire ripped through the Eastwood Apartments in Lakewood early Wednesday morning, displacing 20 residents. Hallie McCurdy, with West Pierce Fire and Rescue, confirmed that no one was injured in the fire, which was reported around 2:30 a.m. The fire was declared under control an hour later. Six units were destroyed in the fire, but all of units were vacant, officials said. However, at least two family units were damaged by water, and the American Red Cross […]

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    Crews rescue woman on roof as two-alarm fire rips through abandoned church (PHOTOS)

    OLYMPIA – Olympia fire department crews battled a two-alarm fire at an abandoned business and former church building early Monday morning, rescuing a woman as flames drove her to the roof. Olympia Fire said that the blaze was reported around 2:25 a.m. at the former Capital City Studios on 4th Avenue East, near downtown Olympia. The building had been empty for years. Most recently it was Capitol City Studios. It originally was the Foursquare Gospel church of Olympia. A ladder […]

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    Speeding car, loses control, hits two SPD cruisers

    SEATTLE – Two Seattle Police cars were struck by an out of control civilian car just before 3 a.m. Friday morning. An officer with Seattle PD said that two cars were speeding southbound on 23rd Avenue South when one of the cars lost control and hit the SPD patrols cars near South Norman St. The officer said that the two cars may have been racing at the time. The other speeding car did not stop, and keep going Neither of […]