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  • Family demanding justice in Fife teen’s murder: ‘Who did this to my brother?’

    There are still no answers as to who shot and killed 17-year-old Cameron Wilson just weeks before he was set to graduate

  • Mother frustrated after mold is found in Seattle Children’s Hospital surgical rooms

    Three thousand patient families are being notified after mold was found in several surgical rooms at Seattle Children’s Hospital

  • Arson at Gig Harbor HS equipment shed causes $150K in damage

    School officials say $86,000 worth of track and football equipment was destroyed in the fire

  • Whooping cough at WWU: Finals looming

    BELLINGHAM, Wash. —  Some students at Western Washington University are worried about more than finals right now as six cases of Pertussis, or whooping cough, have been reported on campus over the last two months. Each person was vaccinated, and an email was sent out last month warning students of the bacterial infection. On Monday, however, another email confirming more cases over the last two months. “It’s not like we can just like stop going to class because of it,” […]

  • Homeowner tried to defend property from burglar with stick. When that didn’t work, he used a gun

    Authorities say a homeowner in Thurston County shot a suspected burglar in the chest

  • Car break-ins increase: Why they may be looking for your registration

    MARYSVILLE, Wash. — This time of year, officials say car break-ins are always higher because there are more opportunities. It is nice out, windows are left cracked open, car doors are left unlocked and cars are left unattended because people are enjoying the great outdoors. The thefts are happening across the state, and some thieves are taking more than just your valuables. More people, especially tonight in Marysville, are on high alert after several incidents happened within just 3 miles […]

  • Edmonds School District cutting 35 teachers and staff members

    LYNNWOOD, Wash– The Edmonds School Board voted 3-2 late Tuesday night to make sizable cuts to teachers and staff within the district. It is all because of a nearly $18 million projected budget shortfall for the 2019-2020 school year. Twenty-five teachers, eight assistant elementary school principals and two instructional technology coaches will be laid off Wednesday. Fifty-nine faculty members and students spoke over three-and-a-half hours advocating against the cuts. Several people, including the president of the Edmonds Education Association, blamed […]

  • LGBTQ support overflows at Northshore School District Board meeting

    BOTHELL, Wash.– Pride for their school and their community, that is why so many were in attendance at a Northshore School District Board meeting on Monday. “It’s important to represent myself and the rest of our community.” Hunter Essex is just one of several students within the Northshore School District supporting the LGBTQ community. One of several students who feel like a group of parents and community members are trying to stop Pride events from happening at their schools. “They’re […]

  • Low-flying hot air balloon intrigues, confuses residents at Lake Tapps

    PIERCE COUNTY — Being on the lake in May doesn’t happen often in western Washington, neither does seeing a hot air balloon hovering on the surface of Lake Tapps. This weather is uncommon, but even more uncommon is seeing that hot air balloon being pulled in by a boat, and would you believe it? It was all on purpose. Eliav Cohen with Seattle Ballooning was piloting the hot air balloon on Friday. His passenger lives on Lake Tapps and wanted […]

  • Seattle scooter share pilot program in the works

    SEATTLE — The scooter-share hype is finally coming to Seattle. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan announced that the city is working on a pilot program. Council members hope to have it off the ground by late summer or early fall. They are working with other cities like Portland to find the best practices when it comes to bringing the motorized scooters to the city. There are several people, including Glen Buhlmann, who have been waiting. “I’ve been fighting for a year […]

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