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  • Husky softball College World Series bound

    SEATTLE — It was an early wake up call for the Washington Huskies softball team, as they left for the College World Series in Oklahoma City. Players and coaches boarded a charter bus to Sea-Tac airport just after 4 a.m. on Monday. The Huskies are coming off a huge 5-0 win against Kentucky on Saturday and making their third consecutive trip to the College World Series. Head coach Heather Tarr was all smiles and thanked fans for their continued support. […]

  • 5K race benefits families of the Kent Police Department

    ORTING, Wash.– Runners and walkers laced up their tennis shoes to honor fallen or injured officers in Pierce County. Each year, organizers select families to donate to, and this year proceeds went to families of the Kent Police Department. The Families of Diego Moreno and Mark Williams were selected to receive this year’s generous gift. Moreno was killed last year during a police chase and Williams was injured while responding to the same chase last July. Event organizers tell us […]

  • Families in Bellevue receive priceless gift of diapers during Christmas party

    Bellevue, WA- Families in need gathered at Bellevue’s Presbyterian Church for a night of food, crafts, and diapers. Baby Basics of Bellevue held their Christmas party for low-income families and handed out diapers, a gift all moms and dads know to be priceless. Baby Basics is volunteer organization that has supported families in need for several years.  The organization has donated diapers to more than 300 babies since 2012. Volunteers say diapers make the perfect gift this time of year, […]

  • Reindeer fire engine collects gifts for children in need

    SAMMAMISH, Wash. –  Eastside Fire and Rescue Station 83 visited local neighborhoods to collect gifts for underprivileged kids, and rode in a festive reindeer fire engine. Firefighters drove down neighborhoods  with a fire engine decorated like Santa’s slay and collected gifts for children of all ages. The engine, which included reindeer antlers, was greeted by residents who were braving the rain and cold. Station 83 was overwhelmed by the community’s generosity, considering the weather conditions, and felt that residents really […]

  • Students collect gifts, donate to California wildfire victims

    Sammamish, WA- High School students  rallied together to send holiday cheer to  victims of the California wildfires. Several student at Sammamish High School received devastating news that loved ones in California lost their homes and livelihoods. The mission to give was simple, and started after one student’s emotional story to her teacher. Laura Holden told one her teachers that family members in California had lost their home because of the Camp Fire. Laura and her classmates began to organize a […]

  • Delta Airlines, YMCA spread holiday cheer at Sea-Tac for dozens of Washington students

    SEATTLE – Students from Auburn got to celebrate Christmas a bit early at Seattle-Tacoma international Airport thanks to a partnership with the YMCA and Delta Airlines. Nearly 100 children boarded a Delta chartered plane at Sea-Tac and embarked on journey to the “North Pole.” The kids weren’t traveling to the real North Pole, but instead to an airport hangar that was transformed into a winter wonderland. Every student enjoyed an afternoon of holiday fun that included games, entertainment, and of […]

  • New van will serve hundreds of kids at Federal Way Boys and Girls Club

    Federal Way- Students at the Federal Way Boys and Girls Club received a new van that will provide reliable transportation for after-school activities. Bridgestone awarded the Federal Way Boys and Girls Club a $35,000 Driving Great Futures Grant to purchase a new Toyota Sienna van. The club says the extra vehicle will be a welcomed addition to their fleet and will provide more services to students. The van is expected to benefit nearly 2500 students who attend the club’s after […]

  • Human remains found in Enumclaw possibly linked to 2017 missing person case

    Human remains were found in unincorporated King County on Saturday, authorities said. King County and Enumclaw police are investigating.

  • UPDATE: Stolen medical van from Overlake Medical Center found

    A stolen medical van from a Bellevue hospital has been found.  It was recovered Sunday morning in a parking lot in the 15300 block of NE 17th Street in Bellevue.

  • 2-alarm brush fire threatens neighborhoods along West Valley Highway

    Auburn– Valley Regional Fire is working to contain a brush fire  on the west hill of Auburn. The fire burning near the 2600 block of  West Valley Highway is proving to be a challenge for firefighters. Valley Regional Fire says the steep terrain is making it difficult to gain the upper hand, and the fire is threatening nearby neighborhoods. Firefighters are focusing their attention on threatened neighborhoods by attacking the flames from the top of the hill. Auburn Police are […]

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