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    Missing Yakima man’s SUV found in Portland; police ask for public’s help

    PORTLAND — Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing 31-year-old Yakima, Wash., man after his SUV was found abandoned in Portland. According to KPTV in Portland, police said Anthony Hornbeck, 31, was last seen in Yakima on July 31 when he walked out of his job and asked co-workers if they wanted to get a cold drink. He never returned to work. Hornbeck’s 1999 black Dodge Durango was found in Portland on Aug. 13 in the […]

  • One of the dogs rescued Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2015, from a townhouse in Seattle's University District. (Photo: Seattle Police Dept.)

    Police rescue dozens of animals from ‘squalid conditions’ in Seattle townhouse

    SEATTLE — Police and animal shelter offices rescued dozens of animals from “squalid conditions” at a University District townhouse Wednesday, the Seattle Police Department said. Last week, the Seattle Animal Shelter received information from a property manager that residents at a home in the 4500 block of 11th Avenue NE were keeping dozens of animals in unsanitary conditions, police said. A warrant was served on the home Wednesday. Inside, officers found 28 dogs, six cats, five hamsters, four chinchillas and […]

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    Female inmate found dead in Pierce County Jail; sheriff’s department investigating

    TACOMA — A 27-year-old female inmate at the Pierce County Jail was found dead in in her bunk Wednesday, the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department said. The woman, who was from the Puyallup area, had been booked into jail early Tuesday on a felony probation violation warrant. She was not identified. “Preliminary information from the investigation indicates there was no struggle, incident, or injury during her arrest; there are no signs of foul play or suicide,” the sheriff’s department said. “Investigators […]


    Union tells Seattle teachers they will be taking strike authorization vote Thursday

    SEATTLE — The Seattle Education Association told public school teachers Tuesday they will be taking a strike authorization vote Thursday because there is no tentative contract agreement with the district. “Negotiations ended at about 4 pm Tuesday,” the SEA said in its bargaining update on its blog. “That means we’ll be taking a strike vote when we meet Thursday.” The strike vote will take place at Benaroya Hall, with the meeting to start at 5 p.m. Thursday. The association also […]

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    Former Lynden cop sentenced to 10 days in jail, about 9 months of house arrest for child porn

    LYNDEN, Wash. — A former longtime Lynden police officer who pleaded guilty to having pornography of a teenage girl on his work phone was sentenced Tuesday to 10 days in jail and about nine months of house arrest. According to the Bellingham Herald, the sentence was actually harsher than a plea deal under which Donald Merle Glunt, 59, was to serve no jail time and only 45 days on home detention. Superior Court Judge Ira Uhrig overruled that plea deal. […]

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    NTSB says no mechanical problems found in KOMO helicopter that crashed

    SEATTLE (AP) — Federal investigators have released factual findings into last year’s Seattle news helicopter crash that killed two men on board and burned a third on the ground. “All of the observed damage, failures, and deformations during the wreckage examination were determined to be a result of the impact forces and post-impact fire,” the National Transportation Safety Board report said. “No pre-impact anomalies were noted with the helicopter during the investigation that would have precluded normal operation.” The new […]

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    Man shot multiple times in Pioneer Square, rushed to hospital with life-threatening wounds, police say

    SEATTLE — A man was shot multiple times in Seattle’s Pioneer Square Monday night, police said, and he was rushed to Harborview Medical Center with life-threatening wounds. The shooting occurred in the 300 block of 2nd Avenue Extension South, police said. Police said the victim is 20 years old. They said witnesses told police that  there was an argument between a male suspect and the victim before the suspect pulled out a gun and shot multiple times. Police said they […]

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    Group provides food, clothing, support to help homeless addicts (VIDEO)

    MUKILTEO, Wash. — A group handed out food, clothes, even cigarettes, to homeless addicts in Snohomish County Monday as a way to say they care and can help them get clean. Watch this video report by Q13 FOX’s Alexandra Lewis, and if you would care to help, there is a link below the video. Here is the link:

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    Ohio politicians upset Obama changed name of Mount McKinley to its native name, Denali

    COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio lawmakers criticized President Barack Obama’s decision to pull home-state legend William McKinley’s name from the highest peak in America and rename it “Denali” (The Great One) earlier Monday. In returning Mount McKinley to its native title, Obama says he is trying to undo what he sees as historical injustices. But the move is being slammed by lawmakers in Ohio as a slight against one of their state’s political legends, who was assassinated in 1901 while in […]

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    Man survives close-call during storm in Puyallup (VIDEO)

    PUYALLUP, Wash. — A falling tree trapped a man under its weight for several minutes during a storm this weekend and it was all caught on video. “Basically, I should be dead — or at least badly hurt,” said Kevin Enlow, who was driving a forklift at Value Village in Puyallup on Saturday when a large tree came crashing down him and his forklift. “I was just on there and I heard this big pop,” he said. “And I  was […]