Recent Articles
  • Legislature considering more statewide gun measures; local gun shop owner opposes more restrictions

    Editors note: A week after this story was published, the owner of All American Armory contacted Q13 News stating that the original story misrepresented his position and that his comments were taken out of context. American Armory issued a statement that is posted in its entirety below. You can also click here to read the full statement. At Q13 News we take any concerns of our reporting seriously and aim to seek the truth and report it as fully as possible. At […]

  • Coast Guard continues search for missing vessel; loved ones ‘hoping against hope’

    JUNEAU, Alaska — The U.S. Coast Guard continues to search for the crew of fishing vessel Destination. A distress call went out Saturday morning about two miles northwest of St. George, Alaska. The Coast Guard, along with two helicopters and two good Samaritan vessels, searched all day Saturday and through the night for the vessel. Six families are holding vigil, hoping to hear their loved ones aboard the Destination will be found. “Everybody is still pretty much in shock right […]

  • Administrator to Pacific Northwest social group arrested for supplying alcohol to minors

    Snohomish County Sheriff’s deputies and an ambulance were called to a Stanwood home that law enforcement said was center stage for a party where 150 to 200 minors consumed alcohol and smoked marijuana Friday night.

  • Man jumps 70’ off bridge to escape road rage driver: ‘I want him caught, I want him prosecuted’

    KENT, Wash. – A Kent man said he almost died after getting into a confrontation with another driver on Highway 18 near Auburn. Will Davis said he had to jump off a bridge to escape the man trying to drive him over after they both stopped on an exit ramp. The case of road rage is being investigated by the Washington State Patrol, which is asking for the public’s help in identifying the white truck with heavy damage to the […]

  • Foreign-born business owners say travel ban is bad for business

    SEATTLE – President Donald Trump’s temporary ban on refugees and immigrants entering the United States is hurting small business, say immigrants in International District. “If I leave, can I come back in?” Taylor Hoang went through the list of questions she’s received since the president’s immigration ban Friday. As the executive director of the Ethnic Business Coalition of Seattle, and a restaurant owner herself, Hoang said the ban is bad for business. “There’s this sudden fear or feeling that you […]

  • Tip-off in Olympia for Sonics return?

    OLYMPIA, Wash. – There’s room in the hearts of Washingtonians for one more professional sport’s team, and room in Seattle for their stadium, state Sen. Michael Baumgartner said Thursday. The Republican from Spokane led a work session Thursday afternoon in the Senate Commerce, Labor and Sports Committee. They’re looking at the reasons why the Sonics left, what can be done to bring an NBA team back and where the team’s stadium would go. Finally, Baumgartner said he will ask the […]

  • Police: Milton man fatally shot stepsister before he was killed in apparent ‘murder-suicide by cop’

    MILTON, Wash. — A police officer opened fire and killed a gunman Monday after the man fatally shot his stepsister he was holding next to him in the parking lot of the Sunridge Apartments in Milton, police said. “Evidence recovered thus far indicated this was likely a ‘murder-suicide by cop’ incident,” a Milton Police Department news release said Monday night. Milton police officers responded at about 2 p.m. to a report of a man with a gun near a woman […]

  • Thieves rob man at gunpoint, brag about heist on victim’s Snapchat

    TACOMA, Wash. – A Tacoma man said two thieves used his Snapchat account to brag about robbing him at gunpoint for his cell phone and backpack Friday night. The man, known as “Mark,” said he watched the robbers post to his social media accounts, and tracked their searches on his google account in real time after they stole his phone. “I was scared I was going to lose my life,” said Mark. The thought, “He’s actually going to kill me,” […]

  • Where your teen’s drug habit might be hiding

    ARLINGTON, Wash. – It’s in the back of every parent’s mind: drugs. How to spot them and more importantly, how to talk to your teen about them, was the focus of a meeting Thursday night at Arlington’s Weston High School. “What would my kid need a spoon in their room for?” asked a parent, while searching through a mock bedroom of a teenage boy. “That’s the thing,” replied another, “it’s hidden.” The hiding places are getting better, said Tracy Vanbeek, […]

  • Local family at a loss to hear IRS delaying tax refunds for some low-income Americans

    SEATTLE –For Gregory Potter and his wife, their federal tax refund equates to the first and last month’s rent on a permanent apartment. “We were definitely depending on that money to move forward into the next phase in life,” Potter said. The IRS announced this week it is delaying tax refunds for more than 40 million low-income families as the agency steps up efforts to fight identity theft and fraud. The delays will affect families claiming the earned income tax credit and the additional child tax credit. These tax breaks are […]

Notice: you are using an outdated browser. Microsoft does not recommend using IE as your default browser. Some features on this website, like video and images, might not work properly. For the best experience, please upgrade your browser.