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  • MLB proposal to sever ties with 42 minor league teams could impact Pacific Northwest

    SEATTLE – Major League Baseball is proposing to put some minor league teams on the chopping block as part of a plan to revamp. This has several cities, including some here in  the Pacific Northwest, wondering how this could impact them economically. Under the proposal, MLB would sever ties with a total of 42 minor league teams. There are two teams in the Pacific Northwest that are affected, the Tri-City Dust Devils in Pasco, Wash. and the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes in […]

  • Diversity outreach continues for Seattle, Tacoma police departments

    SEATTLE – Two of the state’s biggest cities are making a push to add more diversity and inclusiveness. A meeting in Tacoma on Thursday focused on recruiting more diversity to the police force. Another meeting in Seattle pushed for more diverse community voices to be heard. The meeting at the Garfield Community Center in Seattle was held by the African-American Community Advisory Council. This is a monthly meeting where they hear concerns from the community, or learn different aspects or […]

  • Potential buyers emerge for The Showbox music venue

    SEATTLE – Saving Seattle’s iconic Showbox music venue has taken another step forward with news of a potential buyer. Tuesday, Historic Seattle and Seattle Theater Group (STG) announced that they have partnered to try and purchase the Showbox. In a press release, both organizations said they made a formal offer in October. Details of the offer were not disclosed. According to the release, if the offer is accepted, the partnership would retain sports and entertainment group AEG to be the […]

  • Suspect in critical condition after altercation with Everett Police

    EVERETT, Wash. — A 39-year-old Lake Stevens man is in critical condition at Providence Regional Medical Center after an altercation with Everett Police. The incident happened at around 5 p.m. on the 3300 block of Broadway in  Everett. According to the Snohomish County Multiple Agency Response Team (SMART), earlier this month Lake Stevens Police had established probable cause that the man was a suspect for unlawful possession of a firearm. Earlier today, Lake Stevens Police  served a search warrant at […]

  • Olympic athlete Jarred Rome died from fentanyl overdose, Snohomish Co. Medical Examiner rules

    TULALIP, Wash. — The fentanyl crisis is hitting home once again, as a local Olympian’s death is connected to the deadly drug. According to the Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office, Marysville native Jarred Rome passed away from acute fentanyl intoxication. According to the Medical Examiner, Rome was found dead in his hotel room off Quil Ceda Boulevard in Tulalip on September 21. The circumstances that led up to his death remain unclear. It’s also unclear how Fentanyl got into Rome’s […]

  • Bellevue Police arrest 12 men in prostitution sting

    BELLEVUE, Wash. – Bellevue Police Department detectives arrested 12 men as part of an undercover prostitution sting. This was a two-day sting and the men were arrested at a hotel in the city. Police said that overall, 66 men responded to a Bellevue vice detective’s fake ad on a known prostitution website. A thirteenth man would have been arrested if that person didn’t get lost finding the hotel, Bellevue police said. Of the 12 that were arrested, one man was […]

  • Hundreds of Jackson High School students pledge not to vape

    MILL CREEK, Wash. — You’ve likely seen the headlines when it comes to teenagers who vape; it has become an epidemic throughout the country and region. In Mill Creek, some students decided to take matters in their own hands by pledging not to vape. For Henry M. Jackson High School student Katerina Vaagen, this pledge movement started on social media. The idea was simple: Get the word out and then have students put their signature down on paper. Vaagen tells […]

  • CEO of Treehouse stepping down after 25 years of helping foster kids

    SEATTLE – It started with a belief that foster kids were more than just a statistic. For decades, Treehouse has helped foster kids thrive, when the chances were against them. The work the nonprofit has done is considered a blueprint for foster services throughout the country. And throughout that time, Janis Avery has been there. But after 25 years, serving as Treehouse’s CEO, Avery announced that she is stepping down. And while she will leave soon, she is far from […]

  • Buses to replace Link Light route this weekend

    SEATTLE – Starting late Friday night and into the weekend, King County Metro buses will replace Link light rail cars on a certain portion of the route in downtown Seattle. Expect delays and crowded conditions, transit officials said. Eight stations will be affected on the route and about two dozen buses and 50 drivers will take people station-to-station instead. Since buses carry fewer people than rail cars, expect crowded conditions, and anywhere between 30-to-60 minute delays to your destination, said […]

  • Owner of Seattle’s iconic Showbox settles lawsuit with city

    SEATTLE — The court battle over the iconic Showbox music venue in Seattle is over. Seattle’s Landmark Preservation Board voted in favor of nominating the theater for historic landmark status in June, ending the owner’s plans to sell the venue to a real estate developer. The building’s owner Roger Forbes filed a $40 million lawsuit and claims the city failed to follow proper protocol. Forbes and the city reached a settlement this week, with the city covering $915,000 for Forbes’ […]

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