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  • Police search for suspect after 4 people found shot at Everett apartment complex

    Police are searching for a suspect after four people were found with gunshot wounds in South Everett.

  • Driver arrested on suspicion of DUI after deadly crash on I-5

    MILTON, Wash. — One person is dead and an 18-year-old has been arrested after a crash on I-5 Southbound in Milton near South 348th Street. Troopers closed four lanes of that roadway and traffic was getting around in the HOV lanes. The crash happened just south of the Pierce-King County line, and the roads reopened about 6:30 a.m., ahead of morning rush hour. Troopers say the crashed involved two cars, and  the driver who caused the crash, an 18-year-old woman, […]

  • Fiery semi crash closes lanes on SR 512 in Tacoma, snarls morning commute

    UPDATE: All SR-512 lanes reopened about 7:30 a.m. Monday. TACOMA, Wash. — Crews are on the scene of a fiery semi crash that blocked all lanes on eastbound State Route 512. It happened at milepost 3.71 near Portland Avenue East. According to WSDOT, the roadway is fully blocked, even though the fire is out. Police say it’ll take a while to clean up. You can see the damage to the bridge and debris on the road below the highway. Can […]

  • ‘Where’d You Go, Bernadette’: A woman’s adventure to rediscover her true calling

    ‘Where’d You Go, Bernadette’ tells the story of one woman’s adventure that she didn’t even realize she wanted to go on. I will admit, when I first saw the trailer I groaned a bit. I assumed it was another story about a bored housewife who does an extravagant thing to try and find meaning in life. While that is part of the premise, it’s not the full idea and after seeing the movie I’ll say Richard Linklater and Cate Blanchett […]

  • 16-year-old dead, three high schoolers hurt after car wraps around tree in Puyallup

    PUYALLUP, Wash. — A 16-year-old has died and three other juveniles are hospitalized after an early morning crash in Puyallup. According to Puyallup Police, a vehicle driven by 16-year-old Diego Villegas crashed and wrapped around a tree sometime at 1:25 a.m. The crash had closed W. Stewart Ave from the 1800-2100 blocks for much of the morning commute. All four high schoolers in the car were taken to the hospital, where Villegas later died. Villegas was a student at Rogers […]

  • “The Farewell”: You’ll want to call your grandparents as soon as it ends

    The basis of “The Farewell” seems like the perfect setup for a fictional movie, but it’s based on a true story. The film, written and directed by Lulu Wang, tells the true story of an actual lie Wang’s family told her grandmother. Actress Awkwafina plays the role of Billi. She’s a Chinese-American woman who learns her grandmother, Nai Nai,  only has a short time to live. Instead of telling her the truth, her family plans a quickie wedding for her […]

  • Shooting near Othello Playground, 19-year-old in critical condition

    SEATTLE, Wash. — A 19-year-old is in critical condition after a shooting near Othello Playground in Seattle’s Rainier Valley neighborhood. This happened off Othello Street and Martin Luther King, Jr. Way. Seattle police have not said if they have a suspect, or what led to this. This is a developing story and we will bring you updates as we get them. 

  • Shooting investigation in White Center

    SEATTLE–  Deputies are investigating a shooting in the parking lot of the Saars Market on 16th Ave Southwest in White Center. According to the King County Sheriff’s Office, the shooting happened about 11:20 p.m. Monday, when two suspects approached a vehicle that was parked at the Saars Market and started shooting at one of the male occupants inside the car. Deputies say an 18-year-old man from SeaTac was found with multiple gunshot wounds. He’s listed in critical condition at Harborview […]

  • Seattle Works Day 2019

    SEATTLE — Seattle Works Day is a day to volunteer and help dozens of nonprofits in our area. The event is put on by the group Seattle Works. It takes place on June 8, 2019, but registration begins now. Ben Ruler, executive director for Seattle Works, stopped by our studios to talk about the day. You can watch his interview below.

  • Black Maternal Health Week recognizes disparities mothers of color face during pregnancy

    Black Maternal Health Week began Thursday, April 11th and lasts until Thursday, April 18th.

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