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  • 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’ […]

  • Rep. Jayapal holds town hall meeting on Vashon Island

    VASHON ISLAND, Wash. – U.S. Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D – WA) held a town hall meeting at Vashon High School on Monday night. Among the several topics she addressed included healthcare, military spending, and an update on the impeachment inquiry. Jayapal, who represents Washington’s 7th Congressional District, received a warm welcome from her constituents in the audience. She said her office so far this year has received 4,300 phone calls and 110,000 emails. She talked about the progress Democrats have […]

  • Racist fliers, posters and stickers found on western Washington college campuses

    BELLINGHAM, Wash. – White supremacists have targeted college campuses throughout the region with fliers, posters and stickers. In Bellingham, Western Washington University has warned students that the group believed to be responsible has been recruiting across Whatcom County and other areas of western Washington. Campus officials at WWU tell Q13 News that about four posters or fliers were posted on light poles and buildings on campus. It’s unclear when they were placed on campus, but campus officials found it early […]

  • Heroes among us: Volunteer search and rescue teams save hundreds of lives

    SNOHOMISH COUNTY –  More than 300 volunteers for Snohomish County Search and Rescue make more than 120 rescues every year. One of those rescues happened in late August when two hikers went missing for five days near Sulphur Creek. They would not have been found if not for the volunteer Snohomish County Search and Rescue. Inside a hangar in Snohomish is everything needed to save lives. “There’s a couple of ice axes there. Sometimes when we leave the aircraft, with […]

  • Local couple says thieves used counterfeit money to steal dirt bike sold on OfferUp

    COVINGTON, Wash. – Apps like OfferUp and Letgo are turning into 21st Century garage sales. You let someone in your garage, you trade money for what you’re selling, and then you expect that everything will be OK. But one local couple learned the hard way that isn’t always the case. Casey Klaudt of Covington said he had been messaging back-and-forth with a potential buyer on OfferUp for his Yamaha dirt bike. He listed it on the app, along with a […]

  • 30,000 jobs up for grabs at Amazon’s Career Day

    If you're looking for a career change, you may want to take a look at Amazon. The company is hiring for thousands of positions, not just here in Seattle, but in cities all over the country.

  • Okanogan assistant fire chief remains in critical condition after wildfire

    An Okanogan County Firefighter continues to recover after half of his body was burned while fighting a wildfire. For the first time, we heard from the doctors and family members of the burn victim, Okanogan Assistant Fire Chief Christian Johnson.

  • ‘Molly of Denali’ cartoon series features Muckleshoot teen as lead character voice

    The name of the show -- and the main character -- is "Molly of Denali," a 10-year-old girl who is part of a Native tribe in a fictional village in Alaska. But the voice behind Molly is from the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe. Her name is Sovereign Bill.

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