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  • Power outages, dangerous driving conditions continue to plague Snohomish Co.

    SULTAN, Wash. — Widespread power outages, drifting snow and intense wind gusts continued to impact Snohomish County residents Wednesday evening. In Sultan, a brutal windstorm blew down trees and power lines, leaving several families in the dark. Other sections of town were just too dangerous to access. Emergency officials and the National Weather Service put out warnings early to stay off the roads. Officials also asked residents to remain in the lower levels of their homes and away from windows. […]

  • Snow strands communities along US 2

    GOLD BAR, Wash. — The winter weather has caused major damage, bringing trees and power lines down along US 2. The highway has been closed between Gold Bar and the summit of Stevens Pass since Sunday night, creating a desperate situation for some people who are blocked in. Some have been without power for days and have not been able to get in their car to get more food and water. Emergency crews have resources positioned in each community and are […]

  • Snowy Sunday in Snohomish County and parts of King County

    MILL CREEK, Wash. — A few inches of snow fell from Sunday into Monday in King and Snohomish Counties. Shoppers over on Novelty Hill Road said they were stocking up in case they had to work from home. “If it freezes up overnight, then it’s going to get real slick and it’s going to be a little tough getting up and down the hills,” said Jay Pietraszek. “I stocked up on groceries, so if I have to stay home, I’ll […]

  • Hardware stores swamped with business as residents prepare for winter storm

    SEATTLE – You might love it. You might dread it, but winter weather is coming. Conditions are going to get sloppy with multiple rounds bringing in a mixed bag of wind, freezing temps and snow. Now, hardware stores are swamped with business as people get their homes and cars ready for the weather. “Tomorrow we get about 60 snow shovels in,” Ramon Cumberbatch with Hero Ace Hardware said. All 15 of the store’s shovels were sold out Thursday, including 13 […]

  • Iran’s next attack could happen in cyber space

    Federal intelligence agencies say the next attack against the U.S. could happen in cyber space.

  • Growing civil rights concerns following US-Iran attacks

    SEATTLE – After the attacks between the U.S. and Iran, there is growing concern over some people that their civil rights are being infringed upon. Over the weekend, it was reported dozens of Iranian Americans were detained at the Canadian border, some for as long as 11 hours. Customs and Border Patrol continues to deny the claims. Jorge Baron, Executive Director of Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, personally went up to the border in Blaine after hearing reports of Iranian Americans […]

  • Tent removal to start later this week at Tacoma park

    TACOMA — Controversy over how to manage the increasing homeless population in Tacoma continues as city officials look to find shelter for dozens of people who have set up camp at People’s Park. The city plans to remove the remaining tents and personal belongings and put them in storage before a barrier goes up later this week to clean up waste and debris that have been piling up. At its height, there were more than three dozen tents at People’s […]

  • Seattle Squeeze 2.0: Expect delays and crowded light rail trains through downtown Seattle

    People riding transit through downtown Seattle are told to expect delays, shuttle buses and crowded trains. Trains will run every 12 minutes.

  • Family remembers aspiring musician killed in SR 509 shooting

    SEATTLE — A man has died after being shot while driving on State Route 509 Sunday evening. The family of 20-year-old James Richardson says he was an aspiring musician who was beginning to get attention from listeners and Seattle-based music outlets. “His music touched everyone. There was people from out of state that didn’t know my brother and said ‘I don’t know who you are but I’ve heard your song and it’s dope,'” said Richardson’s older sister Dellicia McGee. “Like […]

  • Pierce County: Homesharing program helps prevent homelessness before it happens

    PIERCE COUNTY, Wash. — A shared housing program is creating unique and mutually beneficial matches between homeowners and people looking for affordable housing. Bill and Noel Hagens opened up their home in Tacoma four months ago to college student Alexis Cheeseboro. “I think it’s unsustainable for two people to live in a house of this size,” said Noel. “We really need to build community starting with our extra bedroom.” “I go to school full-time and I also work, so being […]

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