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  • Housing Donation Helps Build Homes

    MultiCare made a donation of four homes to Habitat for Humanity that will help Habitat build 12 new homes. The historic homes in Tacoma are being renovated and then sold with the proceeds going to help create affordable housing for 12 families in need. MultiCare owned the homes in the hopes of expanding their campus. However zoning laws prevented the hospital’s  expansion.  MulticCare says they can’t think of a better way to utilize the property than to give back to […]

  • Capitol Hill Block Party Day 2

    Capitol Hill was filled with music and sunshine on Saturday as the second day of the Capitol Hill Block party took place.

  • Capitol Hill Block Party Day 1

    It's that time of year when Seattleites roll up their sleeves and prepare for another trek up Party Mountain to take part in the Capitol Hill Block Party.

  • Pinball wizards turn out for Northwest Pinball and Arcade Show in Tacoma

    TACOMA, Wash. — Pinball wizards from across the Puget Sound trekked to Tacoma on Friday for the 2017 Northwest Pinball and Arcade Show. The event, at the Tacoma Convention Center, features more than 400 pinball machines, some almost 70 years old. Q13 News photojournalist Walker Anderson was there and has the sights and sounds in this video report. If you want to get your pinball on, the exhibition runs all weekend at the Tacoma Convention Center.  

  • Seattle barber gives back to community with free haircuts for group of seniors

    Q13 News photojournalist Walker Anderson introduces us to members of Seattle's Cannon House, an assisted living facility for seniors, and the Central District barber who's making a difference.

  • PHOTOS: Seattle’s first ever Upstream, an SXSW-style music festival and summit

    SEATTLE — South By Southwest met North by Northwest this weekend through the Upstream Music Festival and Summit in Seattle’s Pioneer square. The musical portion took place in bars and various venues in Pioneer Square, including the 18 floor of the Smith Tower. With many free stages and cool hip bars to entertain music lovers this festival had a bit of something for everyone. The goal was to shine a spotlight on smaller local artists by giving them bigger stages and […]

  • Seahawks players hurl frozen turkeys, race for groceries in charity event

    SEATTLE — Some Seahawks players went grocery shopping for charity Tuesday. They teamed up with Safeway Tuesday morning for a game show called “Safeway Seahawks Sweep!” Tyler Lockett, Cliff Avril, Michael Bennett and Jermaine Kearse partnered with local first-responders and Safeway customers to raise $100,000 for charity. Q13 News photojournalist Walker Anderson has a look at the competition.

  • Block Party, Saturday

    Seattle – For the twentieth year in July Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood exploded with life, color and music and this year was no exception. Besides going home to your own bed, one of the greatest things about having a music festival in your back yard is the showcase of amazing local talent. We here in Seattle are gifted with many great artists in an array of musical styles.  Weather it’s the classic headbanging rock sound of the Grizzled Mighty or […]

  • Capitol Hill Block Party day 1

    Seattle – The music came to Capitol Hill for the 20th year.  The festival which started in 1996 celebrated another year of music, fun and art. This is a quick look at the shenanigans  of Friday Night at the Capitol Hill Block Party.

  • A Different View of Power

    SEATTLE – Seattle City Light wants you to know how they keep their power flowing. They have set up boat tours of their Skagit Hydroelectric power project.  The project created two lakes and three dams that provides the city of Seattle with 20 percent of its power. The lakes are for recreational use and the dams are all power – together they make a unique tour. Q 13 photojournalist Walker Anderson takes us out on a boat to experience the beauty of […]