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  • Thousands lose power after another round of wet, heavy snow blankets Hood Canal, North Sound

    The heaviest accumulations were seen in Skagit and Whatcom counties and along the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the Hood Canal. Areas around Bellingham and Port Angeles were hit hard, with more than a foot of snow reported in some spots.

  • Snow makes it hard for some in Monroe to get in and out of their homes

    MONROE, Wash. — Getting to Maria Oehling’s home proved quite difficult as the Monroe area contended with high winds and snow on Wednesday. It’s why she’s barely left for the past 3 days. “I am getting a little stir crazy,” Oehling said. At least she has a stunning view and her pet dog Dolce, who is always happy to play in the snow. “If I had to be stuck somewhere this is the best place to be stuck,” Oehling said. Inside […]

  • CPS pressed for answers in the case of 3 year-old Bellingham girl police say died of abuse

    OLYMPIA, Wash. — It’s a case Q13 News has been digging into since late November. On Tuesday, we continued to press for answers in the death of a 3 year-old Bellingham girl who prosecutors say was shaken to death. But even before Hazel Homan’s death, Child Protective Services was familiar with the little girl and her family. That raises questions of what case managers knew prior to Hazel’s alleged murder. As of Tuesday, the King County Medical Examiner`s Office had […]

  • If you don’t shovel your sidewalk in Seattle during snowfall, you could be fined

    SEATTLE – Now’s the time to get the shovels and de-icers before hardware stores run out. If a lot of snow comes this year, the one big difference is that the city of Seattle is going to enforce the sidewalk shoveling rule. It’s not only the law they say but it’s the right thing to do. If you have a sidewalk right next to your property, it is your responsibility to clear it. If you don’t clear it within 12 […]

  • Lacey couple joins legal fight against Seattle Children’s after they say baby girl contracted Aspergillus

    SEATTLE – At 20 weeks pregnant, Micah and Katie Hutt received news that no parent ever wants to hear, their baby had a heart defect. “It was a no brainer to take her to (Seattle) Children’s,” Katie said. Right after birth, and instead of going home, their baby girl Beth went to Seattle Children’s and received her first surgery in August 2019 and then again in November. “We love the surgeon, we love the support staff, we love the nurses,” […]

  • The idea of a new cruise terminal on the waterfront getting mixed reactions

    SEATTLE – An idea to build a new cruise ship terminal in Seattle is getting mixed reactions. Part of a former container terminal could be used as a new cruise ship dock that will welcome more tourism to Pioneer Square and beyond. If approved by the Port of Seattle, Pier 46 will accept additional cruise ships part time during the week. Pier 46  is about 4 blocks South of the Colman Dock where the ferries come and go. There are […]

  • New documents give insight into months before Bellingham child’s death

    BELLINGHAM, Wash. — On Nov. 27, 2019, a 911 call captured the frantic moment a Bellingham woman reports that a child isn’t breathing. Police say moments before the call, Kamee Dixon rushed over to a neighbor’s home with her boyfriend’s 3 year-old daughter Hazel Homan. Police reports say Hazel was unresponsive, naked and wet. Police say Dixon claimed Hazel went limp after possibly choking on something. But doctors say there was no choking. Instead, police say Hazel died after suffering […]

  • Survivor of capsized boat in the Gulf of Alaska talks about harrowing efforts to survive

    EDMONDS, Wash. — Dean Gribble Jr. of Edmonds is one of two people rescued from the crab boat that went down in Alaska. “From sleeping to swimming, it was about 10 minutes. It was, it happened really fast. Everyone was trying, everyone was trying to get out,” Gribble Jr. said. In a YouTube video the survivor talked about his frightening efforts to survive as the Scandies Rose took on water and started to sink. “We are in 20 foot seas, […]

  • Storm causes record rainfall, flooding, mudslides in western Washington

    A storm that has brought record rainfall to the Northwest has prompted flood warnings, disrupted train traffic, closed roads and caused some power outages.

  • 49 dogs seized from suspected dog-fighting ring in Tacoma

    Dozens of pit bulls found locked in crates inside a Tacoma garage with no ventilation or lighting and lying in their own feces have been removed from a suspected dog-fighting ring. 

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