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  • NFL Network suspends 3 analysts after former employee alleges sexual harassment, assault

    LOS ANGELES — NFL Network has suspended pro football analysts Marshall Faulk, Heath Evans and Ike Taylor after allegations of sexual harassment and assault by a former employee, several media outlets reported Monday. The New York Times reported that the allegations were made in a lawsuit by the former NFL Network employee Jami Cantor, who sued NFL Enterprises in Los Angeles Superior Court in October. The Times said Cantor worked as a wardrobe stylist for the network from 2006 until […]

  • Bellingham police looking for suspect who allegedly exposed himself near WWU campus

    BELLINGHAM, Wash. — Western Washington University sent an alert to students notifying them that a man exposed himself to a convenience store clerk near the campus Saturday night. Police released a photo of a suspect. “The female clear at JJ’s In and Out convenience store, at 22nd and Douglas streets, said the man bought a beer, exposed himself and then left on foot,” the university said in its alert. “The suspect is described as having a dark complexion, early to […]

  • USS Jacksonville arrives in Bremerton to be decommissioned after 36 years of submarine service

    BREMERTON, Wash. — The Los Angeles-class fast-attack submarine USS Jacksonville arrived at Naval Base Kitsap-Bremerton on Monday to be decommissioned. The USS Jacksonville was commissioned on May 16, 1981, and is named for the largest and most populous city in Florida. The USS Jacksonville completed its most recent deployment on Aug. 10, 2017. The boat and crew spent 208 days at sea, covered 48,000 nautical miles and conducted security operations and joint exercises with Japan’s and India’s navies. The Jacksonville […]

  • King County Council votes to ban solitary confinement for minors in detention centers

    SEATTLE — The  King County Council voted Monday to ban solitary confinement for minors in detention. “We are working hard to improve our juvenile justice system in King County. We know from scientific research that solitary confinement can permanently harm young people so I am pleased that we are now ending this harmful practice,” Council Vice Chair Rod Dembowski said. The legislation also requires the county to provide incarcerated youths with “adequate educational resources.” Most youths detained by the county […]

  • Meet the 11-year-old from Seattle area who plays Ralphie in FOX musical ‘A Christmas Story’

    SEATTLE — An 11-year-old boy who lived in the Seattle area is playing the role of Ralphie Parker in FOX’s live musical version of “A Christmas Story,” which will air Sunday night. “I’m very excited about this,” Andy Walken said in a Skype interview Monday from his new home in the Los Angeles area. “It’s so cool to work on this Warner Brothers set and work with all these actors. The live musical will air at 7 p.m. on Dec. 17 […]

  • Beware of jury scam in Thurston County, sheriff’s office says

    OLYMPIA, Wash. – The Thurston County Sheriff’s Office and courts on Monday warned about a jury scam that is targeting residents in the county. “Scammers are calling and writing people and saying they missed jury duty,” a county news release said. “Some of the callers are saying a judge has issued an arrest warrant and using a name of a local judge. They are not court staff or from the Sheriff’s Office — they are trying to steal your money […]

  • Carroll: Jags’ ‘tremendously deep defensive line’ will pose big challenge for Seahawks

    RENTON, Wash. — Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said the team win over the Philadelphia Eagles last week “elevates the standard a little bit for our guys,” but they now  will face a big challenge against the Jaguars’ impressive defensive front that is seven to eight guys deep. As he does every week, Carroll set aside some time for an exclusive interview with the home of the Seahawks, Q13 FOX. He talked a bit about last week’s Eagles game and then […]

  • Man celebrated for rescuing rabbit from fire now faces backlash

    LOS ANGELES – A man caught on video rescuing a small rabbit from a blazing wildfire in California was hailed as a hero Thursday — but not by everybody, including experts who say it’s debatable whether the rabbit even needed saving in the first place. Torie Bosch at Slate says risking the flames to grab the bunny was “a stupid thing to do” and sharing the man’s story, possibly inspiring others to similar acts of animal rescue, is “irresponsible.” Tosch […]

  • 2 high school boys arrested in unrelated incidents after social media threats; one had explosive device, sheriff’s office says

    SILVERDALE, Wash. — In two separate incidents, Kitsap County sheriff’s detectives on Friday arrested two high school students for allegedly making threats over social media. One was found to be carrying an explosive device, investigators said. In Silverdale, detectives arrested a Central Kitsap High School ninth-grader on a charge of threats to bomb and a charge of possession of an incendiary device. Administrators at the school had found an explosive device in the 15-year-old boy’s backpack. “The investigation determined that […]

  • Defending champion Seattle Sounders hold final practice before MLS Cup against Toronto

    TORONTO — The defending champion Seattle Sounders wrapped up their final practice Friday before Toronto FC in the MLS Cup on Saturday afternoon. It’s only the third time in the league’s history that the same two MLS Cup finalists from one year have both returned the next season. The match will be held at 1 p.m. (PT) and broadcast by ESPN. Q13 will have pre-match news on the Sounders and live reports from Toronto from 7 a.m. until noon on […]