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  • Celebrate Mom at the Pike Place Flower Festival

    SEATTLE- Looking for the perfect bouquet of flowers for Mom? The Pike Place Flower Festival celebrates Mother’s Day by featuring lush spring flower arrangements from three dozen local flower farmers. Tents are set up on both sides of the cobblestone street of Pike Place. You can pick up a bouquet and stop by the card-making tent to make an original Mother’s Day card. The festival runs until 6pm today.  

  • Man killed when hit by train in Mukilteo

    MUKILTEO- A man was hit and killed by an Amtrak train near Lighthouse Park in Mukilteo on Friday evening. According to Mukilteo Police, the man was walking near 608 Front Street when the southbound Amtrak train hit him while he was walking on the tracks. The victim is identified as a Caucasian male in his fifties. His identity has not yet been released. He was declared deceased at the scene. The Mukilteo Police Department and the BNSF Collision Investigation Team […]

  • North Bend businesses rocked by massive explosion, fire

    NORTH BEND- An early morning explosion and fire in North Bend decimated several buildings and businesses as debris and glass was sent flying for several blocks. A barber shop, tire store and pizza restaurant are some of the businesses that were damaged in the explosion around 3:45 a.m. in the 500 block of E. North Bend Way. Two people were treated for minor injuries, one believed to be the result of the shattered glass and another hit by other debris. An […]

  • Wandering ‘twin’ orcas spotted off West Seattle

    SEATTLE- It was a great morning to whale watch in West Seattle when two transient orcas were seen searching for food. John Larson saw the whales near his home on the south end of Alki point. “They were hunting for harbor seals and charging the shore. At one point, they were no more than 10 yards from the shore. They were really close!” According to the Orca Network, the whales dubbed the “twins” were spotted near Beach Drive and  near the […]

  • Grizzlies get a snowy birthday treat

    SEATTLE — Grizzly bear brothers Keema and Denali celebrated their 20th birthday by diving into piles of snow at Woodland Park Zoo. Special birthday treats of meaty knuckle bones, fish, peanut butter and marshmallow fluff were hidden in the snow by zoo staff. Crystal Mountain Resort trucked in the fresh mountain snow Tuesday morning. The bears officially turned 20in January, but they were deep in their winter slumber and snoozed right through their birthday. You can check out the zoo’s bear cam […]

  • Local student finalist in national ‘most inspiring’ contest

    FEDERAL WAY- Dominique Cooks, the Decatur High School senior with an inoperable brain tumor, is one of ten finalists in USA TODAY”s “Most Inspiring Athlete” contest. The former football, basketball and track athlete has grabbed the hearts of his community by his infectious attitude and courage. Decatur High School held a special graduation ceremony for him and his sister in February, as he was not expected to live until the June graduation. During the first two rounds of the contest, Cooks […]

  • Pro bull riders make teen’s wish come true

    SEATTLE- Cancer patient Austin Dunlap got a visit from some special cowboys today at Seattle Children’s Hospital. Dunlap, 16, is being treated for Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia and is also a big fan of Professional Bull Riders (PBR.) Due to a recent bone marrow transplant, he’s unable to leave the hospital and attend the Professional Bull Riders Passport Invitational this weekend in Tacoma. He wished the riders could visit him in the hospital- and his Pediatric Advanced Care Team worked with […]

  • Vote for Seattle’s top dog…literally

    SEATTLE- The “canine-didates” for Seattle’s dog mayor in the “My Dog Dog for Mayor” contest were announced Thursday. Yes, Seattle is hoping dog-lovers will pick an unofficial Dog Mayor for the city of Seattle. The “My Dog forMayor!” contest is a national campaign sponsored by DOGTV to elect 100 dog mayors in 100 cities across the U.S. The competition was certainly rough, or ruff, this year, but the candidates were selected based on their adorableness and ambition. The top Seattle contenders […]

  • Vandals topple over 80 headstones at Sumner City Cemetery

    SUMNER- Over 80 antique headstones were toppled and vandalized overnight at the Sumner City Cemetery. Cemetery staff discovered the damage when they arrived to work this morning. Most of the granite headstones were pushed over, while some were moved to other areas of the cemetery. Parks and cemetery crews are working to restore the headstones as quickly as possible. “Some of these headstones are so old,” said Sumner City spokesperson Carmen Palmer. “They will be difficult to replace.” The cemetery […]

  • Show your 12th man pride with $12 tattoos

    MOUNTLAKE TERRACE– Over two hundred Seahawks fans are showing their 12th man pride by getting a #12 tattoo today in Mountlake Terrace. Project Tattoo Studio is giving #12 tattoos for $12 today and fans were lined up outside the store. The tattoos are done in a variety of colors, though of course green and blue is the most popular. The studio is not planning to do another #12 tattoo day, but they are open to it if the Seahawks win […]

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