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  • Normandy Park police officer shoots man while investigating ‘suspicious’ vehicle

    NORMANDY PARK, Wash. — One person was shot by a police officer in Normandy Park early Friday morning. This happened on S. 216th Place, not far from the Des Moines Creek Trail. The King County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) says someone called police about a person in a suspicious vehicle early this morning.  Normandy Park police tell Q13 News that the man was “uncooperative,” and the Normandy Park police officer who responded to the call asked Des Moines police for backup. […]

  • Time for a new watch? This one is made from illegal guns

    A Swedish company is raising money to make wristwatches from illegal guns. TRIWA is running a Kickstarter campaign to create the watches from Humanium Metal. IM Swedish Development Partner calls the substance “the world’s most valuable metal,” because it is made of illegal guns that have been destroyed and melted down, ready for use in commercial products. The Kickstarter campaign is already fully funded more than twice over, so the watches are already on track for production.  But if you are […]

  • Another violent crime reported on Seattle’s 3rd Avenue

    Police tape once again cordons off part of the sidewalk along 3rd Avenue between Pike and Pine streets in downtown Seattle, as police investigate a stabbing that happened about 4 a.m. Tuesday.

  • Deadly attack in eastern Belgium under investigation

    Two police officers and a bystander were killed Tuesday morning in Liege, Belgium.  An official at the Belgian federal prosecutor’s office told the Associated Press that there are “indications” that the deadly shooting may have been a terror attack. Prosecutors say an attacker with a knife stabbed two police officers, then took their weapons and killed them. Officials say the attacker then shot a young man in a nearby car and took a woman hostage at a nearby school. The […]

  • Construction worker killed in 40-foot fall off column in Redmond

    A worker died early Tuesday morning after falling at the Sound Transit East Link construction site.

  • Seattle police searching for downtown shooter

    SEATTLE — Seattle police detectives were investigating a shooting that sent the victim to the hospital early Tuesday morning. Harborview Medical Center told Q13 News the victim is in critical condition. Seattle Fire says the victim is a 29-year-old man. Police tweeted that the shooting and robbery happened just before 4:00 at 2nd Avenue and Pine Street, blocks from Pike Place Market. Detectives investigating robbery/shooting at 2nd and Pine. Occurred just before 4 am. Suspects outstanding, attempting a K-9 track. […]

  • Act now to protect your home from wildfires later

    Wildfire season is already here, and even though the weather has been rainy and cold lately, the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) says you need to take action now, to keep wildfires later this summer from putting your home in danger. Some of those tips include spring cleaning measures like raking up any leaves or branches left over after winter storms, and removing any dead vines from around your home, since all those things can fuel a wildfire, bringing it closer […]

  • Two dead in four-car wrong-way crash on Kent highway

    KENT, Wash. — Two men are dead, and six victims are in the hospital after a wrong-way crash on State Route 516 Monday night. The Washington State Patrol says the two brothers who died were in a car driving east in the westbound lanes in Kent, between West Meeker Street and Washington Avenue North, around midnight. The men were identified as 35 and 39 years old and from Federal Way. Troopers say it was a chaotic scene as rescue crews […]

  • Local mayors to speak at GoGreen conference in Seattle

    The mayors of Auburn, Issaquah, Kent, and Tacoma will take part in a panel at the 2018 GoGreen Seattle Conference Wednesday.  Nancy Backus, Mary Lou Pauly, Dana Ralph, and Victoria Woodards are four of the 38 women elected or re-elected as mayors across the state last year. They will be talking about their goals for sustainability, and the importance of having women speak up in the current political climate. Governor Jay Inslee will give the GoGreen keynote speech.  He’s expected […]

  • Boeing’s ‘Flying Fortress’ stops by Seattle area

    One of the only Boeing B-17s still flying will be soaring over the Seattle area this weekend. The Madras Maiden - formerly known as Chuckie - is on tour for the first time ever as part of The Liberty Foundation's Salute to Veterans tour.