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  • Officials warn of dangerously dry conditions that could lead to more fires

    SEATTLE — Friday tied the record for the length of dry fuel conditions in Western Washington, state Department of Natural Resources officials say, and there is a growing concern for those conditions leading to fires. Officials say trees, brush, and other vegetation are extremely flammable right now. Scott Baker, with Tree Solutions Inc., says over the last five years he’s noticed conditions getting drier. “Dry fuel conditions are very concerning for Western Washington. For quite a few years, I’ve been […]

  • State performs tests to see how schools may respond to earthquakes

    FIFE, Wash. — Scientists from the state Department of Natural Resources are performing tests across Washington to see how schools would handle an earthquake. On Thursday, DNR officials lined the fields outside of Fife High School with scientific readers to measure seismic waves. “When we have our next big earthquake, not if, but when, we should all know if the building that we’re in, the house we’re in, the school we’re in is built and is capable of withstanding that […]

  • Federal Way mom searches for answers after son dies following high school football practice

    FEDERAL WAY, Wash. — One mom is looking for answers after her son died following a Federal Way football practice. On Tuesday July 24, 16-year-old Allen Harris died after football practice. The King County medical examiner says the cause of Allen’s death was hypertrophic cardiomyopathy — a heart condition that, in some rare cases, can cause sudden cardiac arrest. “Just a great guy, a perfect gentleman,” Dee Harris said of her son Allen. Dee Harris drove Allen to football practice […]

  • Thurston Co. law enforcement go door-to-door warning about serial pet killer

    Thurston County Animal Service Officials are going door-to-door looking for clues, and warning neighbors of the dangers of what they're calling a serial pet killer.

  • Detained and separated from son for two months, immigrant mom still wants to make US home

    SKAGIT COUNTY, Wash. — Yolany Padilla left Honduras for America with her 6-year-old son in May. She wanted to come to the United States for a better life — but that is not what she found. “When I came here, I didn’t think I would be separated from my child,” she said through a translator. Padilla and her son crossed at the Texas border. She was sent to a detention center in Washington state. Her son was sent all the […]

  • Researchers hope case of grieving orca mother will push people to help save species

    SEATTLE — Whale researchers hope more people will focus on trying save the endangered southern resident killer whales after all the attention generated by the heartbreaking case of a grieving mother orca carrying her dead calf for more than a week. Thursday marked the 10th day the orca whale J35, known as Tahlequah, has been seen by researchers carrying the body of her dead calf. “It’s heartbreaking, it’s really hard for us to watch,” said Lynne Barre, the recovery coordinator for […]

  • Orca mother on ‘tour of grief’ carries dead calf for 10th straight day

    FRIDAY HARBOR, Wash. — A southern resident orca mother carried her dead calf in the waters off Washington’s coast for a 10th straight day Thursday, in what researchers are calling a “tour of grief.” Affiliates of the Center for Whale Research spotted J35 – known as Tahlequah – carrying her dead calf in the Strait of Juan de Fuca, according to Taylor Shedd of Soundwatch. She trailed slightly behind the main J-Pod, but was accompanied by her immediate family. The […]

  • Hundreds at memorial service honor Kent officer killed in police chase

    KENT, Wash. — Hundreds of people and police officers from across Western Washington attended a memorial service for a Kent police officer who was killed during a police chase last week. Kent Police Officer Diego Moreno was on foot deploying spike strips to slow a truck during a police chase July 22. He was fatally struck by another officer in a patrol car involved in the chase. A procession of police vehicles moved through the streets before a 1 p.m. […]

  • People lined streets of Kent to pay last respects to police officer killed in chase

    KENT, Wash. — Hundreds of members of law enforcement and community members filled the streets in Kent Tuesday to show support for fallen police officer Diego Moreno. Despite the masses of people along 4th Avenue South, the only sound that could be heard for more than 30 minutes was the rumbling of engines from law enforcement vehicles. “I have so much respect for the police department,” said Mary Breivik. “It’s so good to see all the cities represented here today,” […]

  • Father says his baby got second-degree burns at splash pad in Seattle park

    SEATTLE — A father said he had to race his son to the hospital after the toddler suffered serious burns to his feet while playing at a Seattle park. And he wants to warn parents so they don’t have to go through the same situation. Andrew Sechrist says his 1-year-old son suffered second-degree burns at a splash park. “I’ve been through hell the last 24 hours,” he said Friday. He says he heard his son crying while playing at the […]