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  • What? Say it ain’t so! Marshawn Pinch hangs up his helmet

    SEATTLE– Marshawn Pinch — best known last season for his “Beach Mode” — has retired, the Seattle Aquarium announced Wednesday. On its website, the  Aquarium said, “Marshawn Pinch, has retired—he hopped a riptide and headed for the unexplored waters of Earth’s one big ocean. “But before he hung up his shelmet for good, he came out of his shell one last time to encourage all his sea fans to rally around the Seahawks on dry land this season. “Thanks for […]

  • Two alarm apartment fire in Everett displaces 35 residents

    EVERETT- A two-alarm fire ripped through the Beverly Village Apartments in Everett early Sunday morning, displacing 35 residents. At 2:11am, Everett firefighters responded to the apartments, located at 801 75th St. S.E. When they arrived on scene, they saw fire coming from the first floor apartment bedroom window. The fire quickly spread to the floors above and the attic, where firefighters were able to get the fire under control. According to Assistant Fire Marshal Eric Hicks, several residents were briefly […]

  • Police investigate officer-involved shooting, fire in Kent

    KENT- Police are investigating an officer-involved shooting and related fire in a storage shed in Kent this afternoon. Kent Police responded to the area of S. 228th St. and 86th Ave. S. for a report of a suspicious subject. According to Kent Police, they tracked the man to a storage shed where police set up containment. The suspect was armed and shots were exchanged with police. During the gunfire, something in the storage unit exploded, causing a fire. Five officers […]

  • Residents caught on balcony in large fire that displaces 90

    FEDERAL WAY- A two-alarm fire ripped through the Crestwood West Apartment complex early Friday morning, displacing over 90 residents. Federal Way firefighters arrived on scene just before 1 a.m. Friday to find flames shooting out of the complex located at 27910 Pacific Highway South. The building was equipped with fire alarms, and most residents were able to escape quickly. But fire crews needed to rescue six people trapped on balconies as high as the third floor. Luckily, no one was […]

  • Seattle Greyhound station moves to SODO

    SEATTLE- For the first time in over 75 years, the Seattle Greyhound bus station will be moving to the SODO district. Greyhound Lines announced they will be operating from a new location at 503 S. Royal Brougham Way. Greyhound has operated in their downtown Seattle location for 75 years. The Puget Sound Business Journal reports the current Greyhound station at 811 Stewart St. will be demolished to make way for a large hotel.  

  • Man in serious condition after early morning shooting

    AUBURN- A man is in serious condition after an early morning shooting in Auburn. A physical altercation took place between two men in the intersection of 15th Street SE and B Street SE, according to Auburn Police Commander Mike Hirman. One of the men pulled out a handgun and shot the other man in the abdomen. The shooting victim was transported to Harborview Medical Center. The shooting suspect was arrested a short time later. The driver of the vehicle transporting […]

  • Marysville Police investigating after teen shot in neck

    MARYSVILLE- A 17-year-old boy was critically injured in a shooting at an east Marysville apartment early Sunday morning. Marysville Police say the victim suffered a gunshot wound to the neck. The victim was rushed to Providence Medical Center by friends, and later airlifted to Harborview Medical Center Detectives are working to piece together the details of the case, but have been hindered by a delay in reporting and witnesses who have not been entirely cooperative. “At this point in the […]

  • Police clear woman in photos released to the public saying she is uninvolved

    UPDATE:  Port Townsend police said Monday the woman in the photos released over the weekend was found and has been cleared of any involvement in the case of missing 23-year-old Lauryn R. Garrett.  Investigators said she was cashing one of her own checks, not anything related to Garrett. — PORT TOWNSEND- Port Townsend Police have released security camera photos of a woman they say tried to cash a check belonging to the missing Sequim woman. According to Port Townsend Officer […]

  • World Concern holds race to fight human trafficking

    SHORELINE- About 1,500 runners and walkers laced up this morning at the World Concern headquarters to combat human trafficking. The 6th annual “Free Them” event aims to increase awareness and money to support their anti-trafficking programs. Human trafficking is estimated to be the third largest criminal activity in the world, with the majority of victims being woman and young girls. For more information, click here.

  • Crews respond to landslide in Maple Valley

    MAPLE VALLEY- The King County Sheriff has ordered an emergency closure of the Cedar River due to a landslide in Maple Valley this morning. The landslide was reported near the Cedar River just before 10:30am. Part of a vertical cliff slid down into the Cedar River, creating a blockage and causing flooding along roads in the 21300 block  of 221st Avenue Southeast. Kent Fire PIO Kyle Ohashi says six homes are affected by flooding. No injuries were reported in the […]

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