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  • Healthy Living: Changes to this year’s flu shot

    SEATTLE — It may seem like everyone around you is getting sick. If you have managed to stay healthy, UW Medicine doctors say take this opportunity to get your flu shot! The flu viruses circulating this year are expected to be strong. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say we need to take this flu season seriously. While it is still too early to know just how severe the virus will be, or how effective the flu shot will […]

  • HEALTHY LIVING: Dystonia, smiling through the pain

    EVERETT, Wash.– Everything at Costco is supersized, but the biggest thing in the store isn’t for sale. Patti Pater’s smile is tough to miss, and even tougher not to reciprocate. She has spent years working in customer service,  “I just got promoted a couple months ago…” Now she is a cashier at the South Everett Costco. Despite her kind demeanor, she says at least one person a day makes an insensitive comment to her about her looks,  “Well one time […]

  • Healthy Living: Growing concerns over vaping-related illnesses

    SEATTLE, Wash.,– The number of kids vaping nicotine has doubled in the past two years. According to research published in the New England Journal of Medicine, the rate of e-cigarette use among eighth, 10th and 12th graders continued to climb in 2019. In fact, it doubled from 2017 to 2019. So far this year, 25 percent of 12th grade students said they vaped within the previous month. For tenth grade, it was one in five students. One in 11 students in […]

  • Healthy Living: Caring for loved ones with dementia

    SEATTLE — September is world Alzheimer’s month, bringing awareness to a disease that impacts millions. Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia. Madeleine Fraley knows about dementia first-hand. She is from Port Orchard and was the primary caregiver for her husband Larry, who lived with dementia. Madeleine was forced to say goodbye to her husband of 53 years in 2017. She even wrote a book about her caregiving experience called “The Thief Came in the Night.” Another advocate in the […]

  • Susan G. Komen 3-Day kicks off under Space Needle

    SEATTLE — It’s a 60-mile walk over three days making stops across our region, and it’s all to help end breast cancer. The Susan G. Komen 3 day kicked off at Seattle Center Friday morning. Sisters Heather and Heidi Jellerson have a strategy when it comes to the Susan G. Komen 3-day. “We have the number of the sweep van guy on our speed dial, so …” Heather said with a laugh. Heidi says they are planning to work smarter […]

  • 2 fires in as many days at a Lynnwood condo

    LYNNWOOD, Wash. — A fire broke out two days in a row in the same condo in Lynnwood, and Thursday’s fire left 10 people without a place to stay. Fire crews responded to an attic fire at the Forest Lynn Condominiums just before 6 a.m. Thursday. Crews were at the same unit fighting an attic fire they deemed as arson Wednesday night. They arrested a 37-year-old man who lived in the unit in connection with the fire. Officials say he […]

  • Everett woman charged with lying about suspect in Thomas Wales cold case

    SEATTLE — What could be a break in the Thomas Wales murder case is leaving more questions than answers as a 34-year-old woman from Everett now awaits a jury trial. According to court documents, Shawna Reid is accused of making false material declarations while under oath before a federal grand jury. Records show Reid was interviewed by Seattle Police detectives in August 2017 and then appeared before the grand jury in February the following year. She was asked, “in your […]

  • 600 new homes planned in Sultan

    Sultan is growing, and more and more people are moving there for affordable housing.

  • All Edgar, all weekend as Hall of Fame celebrations take over Seattle

    Eighteen years Edgar Martinez spent with our Mariners, and words can’t express our gratitude for his loyalty. So how about celebrating the great the legend's Hall of Fame induction with a weekend of festivities?

  • Anderson Island Ferry closure impacts hundreds

    STEILACOOM, Wash. — People living on Anderson Island have been without ferry boat service for nearly 24 hours. Some people there say tensions are a little high as the inconvenience impacts the 1,500 people living on the island. One mother-daughter duo made their way across via fire rescue boat. “There’s a lot of people waiting, it’s not the greatest.” Erin Babbo, a Communications Specialist for Pierce County, says people know what to expect. “Islanders know that there is a system […]

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