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  • Beloved father shot and killed by stray bullet that flew inside family’s home

    SEATTLE – Family members are seeking justice after their beloved father was killed by a stray bullet. Sam Nang Lam, 56, was sleeping on the living room couch when bullets started flying in the early morning hours of November 3, according to his daughters. He’s described as a hard-working family man who was born and raised in Vietnam, taught himself English and French and worked two jobs to support his family. His daughters said their father often made sacrifices for […]

  • Two children die in Snohomish County townhouse fire

    LYNNWOOD, Wash. – Two children are dead after a two-alarm fire at a townhouse apartment complex Sunday afternoon, according to South Snohomish County Fire & Rescue. The fire happened at Lynnwood Townhouse Apartments in the 6700 block of 196th Street. A spokesperson says multiple 911 calls started coming in just after 2:30 p.m. Interim Fire Chief Doug Dahl said the fire was fully involved when crews arrived on scene. After attacking the flames, the fire was knocked out in about 10 […]

  • Officers conduct sex offender compliance checks on Halloween

    MARYSVILLE, Wash. – Community corrections officers in the Marysville Field Office did compliance checks on sex offenders to make sure no rules were broken on Halloween night. The officers from the Department of Corrections checked in with about 40 sex offenders. The offenders range from level one to level three and have convictions that range from child molestation to rape of a child and more. Letters were sent to the sex offenders ahead of Halloween outlining the rules. The rules […]

  • Police give Halloween safety reminders ahead of trick or treating

    SEATTLE – Families dressed in Halloween costumes marched up and down the Admiral District for some early trick-or-treating on Wednesday. From a family dressed up as “The Incredibles,” to little ones dressed as their favorite characters like Mal from “The Descendants,” businesses were ready to pass out bucket loads of candy. “It’s going great, we’re having a lot of fun getting dressed up, decorating, being silly, eating candy,” said Lindsy Doucette Barrett, who was dressed as Slimer. “Ghostbusters! I need […]

  • Snohomish Co. mother warning other parents after stranger tries to lure daughter into car

    SNOHOMISH COUNTY, Wash. – A parent in Mill Creek is opening up about her daughter’s terrifying encounter with a stranger last week. “I lose my breath talking about it, it’s scary,” said Ellen Lugome. “I said honey, we need to report this to the police right away, someone was trying to abduct you.” Lugome said her daughter Marian was walking to her school bus stop just before 7 a.m. on Oct. 24. It was before sunrise, and in the dark […]

  • Sumner-Bonney Lake schools closed again Monday; tentative deal reached to end strike

    UPDATE: The paraeducators union agreed to a three-year contract, and classes resumed Tuesday. SUMNER, Wash. – School is cancelled again Monday for thousands of students in the Sumner-Bonney Lake Public School District while contract negotiations with paraeducators continue. Bargaining teams reached a tentative agreement late Sunday afternoon. The agreement came hours before a special school board meeting that was eventually canceled. “It could be good, it could be bad. I mean, we don’t know,” said Bobbie Sumptor, a special education […]

  • Korean-American community demands answers after deadly stabbing in Lakewood

    LAKEWOOD, Wash. — As the McChord Mart readies to reopen two weeks after its beloved owner In Choe was killed during a robbery, the storefront is still covered with flowers and candles — and Choe’s killer is still on the loose. A group of Korean-American business owners and community members met with city leaders at Lakewood City Hall Monday night following the deadly stabbing of Choe. Choe, 59, was killed the night of October 14 during a robbery at McChord […]

  • ‘She would really brighten up your day’: Friends, family continue search for missing boaters

    "She would just really brighten up your day. She’s always so cheerful. Honestly if you wanted to laugh you’d just go up to her desk."

  • 160 business owners and neighborhood groups urge Seattle council to invest in public safety

    The seven-page letter addressed to the council states that “the criminal justice system must work for all of us, but today it fails everyone.”  

  • Potentially life-saving items for your medicine cabinet

    ISSAQUAH, Wash. – Local pharmacists are now joining the fight against opioid abuse and overdoses. “I’m a father and a pharmacist, so I really believe in medication safety, and I think a big part of that is being very proactive,” said David Green, director of pharmacy operations for Safeway. “If you dispose of your medication right away, then you eliminate that risk of an overdose, poisoning.” We stopped by the Safeway in Issaquah where Susan Tegart, a Safeway pharmacy operations […]

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