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  • Bail set at $2 million for suspected killer in Seattle light rail shooting

    SEATTLE — Bond was set at $2 million for a man accused in a deadly shooting at a Seattle light rail station. A probable cause hearing was Tuesday at the King County Courthouse for the 20-year-old suspected of shooting three people. The man was not in court since he waived his appearance. A judge found probable cause against the suspected killer and said he was a significant danger to the community. King County prosecutors said the man faced several charges, […]

  • Sounders supporters meet with team after leader ejected for Iron Front flag

    SEATTLE — Members of Emerald City Supporters met privately with the Seattle Sounders FC Monday to discuss ways to resolve conflict. The meeting was planned after a leader of the team’s largest support group was ejected from Sunday’s game for waving an Iron Front flag, a widely recognized anti-fascist symbol. Moments after, several other fans walked out in solidarity protesting the ejection. During a post-game news conference, Sunday, Sounders coach Brian Schmetzer said he noticed the exit. “It’s a little […]

  • Mount Rainier High School principal remembers slain student as a hard worker

    DES MOINES, Wash. — A high school in Des Moines is mourning the loss of one of their own after a brutal murder. The body of 16-year-old Juan Carlos Con Guzman was pulled from the Green River in Auburn on Tuesday. Juan Carlos was a junior at Mount Rainier High School. Friday, his friends left school with red roses in their hands to honor him. Grief counselors were also present to help comfort students and staff during the loss. “Juan […]

  • Everett Public Works accepting reports to help sniff out source of nasty odor

    EVERETT, Wash. — There was something funky going around in Everett, and several people were talking about a foul odor filling the air in the north part of town. “It’s just a raunchy, raw smell,” said a woman named Teresita during her lunch break near downtown Everett. “You know the old dirt from under the ground, and it’s just that nasty smell? Yeah, smells like that.” “I couldn’t even breathe. Something between sewage and I don’t know what. Just god […]

  • Drivers prepare for big parking changes in downtown Tacoma near UW

    TACOMA, Wash. — Big parking changes in Tacoma were sure signs of rapid growth for the area. Leaders with the City of Tacoma said they focused on the southern downtown area where parking demands were the highest. Eric Huseby, parking services manager for the city, said the parking changes would start Monday, Sept. 16. The changes included: 90-minute paid parking changed to two-hour paid parking along Jefferson Avenue between South 17th Street and South 21st Street. Implementing an unpaid three-hour […]

  • Port Orchard family finally begins to recover months after rare tornado

    PORT ORCHARD, Wash. — A family in Port Orchard finally began to recover from a tornado that could have killed them. The rare storm ripped apart their home and neighborhood in December 2018. Nine months after the storm, the family was able to settle into their new lives in Belfair. Tucked behind trees and surrounded by the sounds of nature was the new home of Chris Raymond and his family. They moved in June. “It’s very calming and relaxing,” said […]

  • Surveillance video raises questions about Aberdeen police’s version of deadly officer-involved shooting

    ABERDEEN, Wash. – Surveillance video of a deadly police shooting in Aberdeen Monday is raising questions about the official statement from the city’s police department. The shooting happened around noon after police say 41-year-old Kristopher Fitzpatrick was walking near Broadway and Heron Streets when an officer spotted him. Fitzpatrick had several outstanding warrants out for his arrest, including felony charges for drug possession. According to the Aberdeen Police Department, Fitzpatrick began yelling at officers, saying he refused to go back […]

  • Port Orchard homeowners looking toward future after last year’s devastating tornado

    PORT ORCHARD, Wash. — The sense of peace soothed by the sounds of crickets is something new for Chris Raymond. His family has been living at a home tucked behind trees in Belfair for the last three months. “When we finally go out there, just the smile on our face was, I think, just answer enough,” he said. “We had a place to come back to that we could call home.” It’s a home Raymond says cost his family every […]

  • Courtroom erupts with emotion during arraignment of Tacoma teen’s suspected killers

    TACOMA, Wash. — Three teenagers were charged as adults in the death of a 16-year-old boy who was shot and killed while on the front porch of a house in Tacoma. 16-year-old Andre Gonzalez and 17-year-old Sunshine Timmons were arraigned Friday at Pierce County Superior Court. Pierce County prosecutors said Timmons, Gonzaelz and a third teen fatally shot Jamone Pratt in a driveby shooting July 30. Probable cause court documents stated Pratt and the suspects were members of rival gangs. […]

  • Three children recovering at home after minivan hits them in Bremerton crosswalk

    BREMERTON, Wash. — A 27-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of DUI after the Bremerton Police Department said her minivan struck a mother and her three young children. The mother and her kids, ages three, four and six, were in a crosswalk on their way to school. Lt. Aaron Elton said the crash happened around 8:30 a.m., Thursday, at the intersection of 11th Street and Naval Avenue in Bremerton. “What seems to be a mundane task or something they do […]

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