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  • Suspect found dead after woman killed in Covington, police say

    COVINGTON, Wash. — Authorities say a male suspect has been found dead in the same Covington  home where a woman’s body was found earlier Thursday afternoon. The King County Sheriff’s Office says that police responded to the residence on 180th Avenue SE at about 2 p.m. for a reported shooting.  Police found a 30-year-old woman dead inside. After evacuating the building and performing another search for the suspect, police say they found the body of a 32-year-old man dead from […]

  • More than 100,000 without power as storm hits the Pacific Northwest

    SEATTLE — High winds toppled trees and power lines, causing thousands to lose power and roads to be closed across Washington. Outages were reported all over the area, with more than 100,000 people in the dark Friday evening. Around 7:30 p.m., more than 44,000 people were without power in Seattle. UPDATE: Power outages are still impacting 44,000+ customers across Seattle. Power has been restored to a few neighborhoods and our crews will continue to work to restore power to all. We'll […]

  • Immigrant-advocacy group celebrates diverse collection of House winners

    SEATTLE – – This midterm election had one of the highest voter turnouts in the last decade, and now some of those who worked to get voters out are talking about the impact they had on elections locally and across the country. “We’re really so proud of our communities. They showed up, and they showed up in big numbers,” said OneAmerica Votes Board member Mubarak Elamin. After last night’s midterm election results, groups like OneAmerica Votes are celebrating the record number of voters […]

  • Hundreds show up to see Navy vet’s Halloween house in Marysville

    MARYSVILLE, Wash. – A Navy veteran in Marysville spent thousands pf dollars decorating his house for Halloween for the last few years but very few people in the area seemed to know about it. That all changed this year after word of the elaborate decorations spread on social media. For the last three years Peter Martinez has been going all out to decorate his Marysville’s house on Halloween but says the crowds were smaller than he expected. “The year before, […]

  • Seattle landlords giving tenants a month of free rent: ‘It’s more of a blessing to give than to receive’

    SEATTLE – – Rents across the Puget Sound have been steadily rising for the last few years. Now one set of landlord in Seattle says they’re giving tenants free rent next month. Mickey Bambrick and her husband Kory Slaatthaug  own the Lunde Apartments in Seattle’s Greenwood neighborhood, and explained to Q13 News why they decided to do it and how giving tenants free rent benefits them the most. “I was a renter for 23 years and I know that feeling,” […]

  • Jewish leaders, 2006 Seattle shooting survivor react to Pittsburgh shooting

    The deadly shooting in Pittsburgh resonates with our local Jewish Community and people of all faiths.

  • Tips for a safe Halloween

    Law enforcement agencies across the Puget Sound say they’ll be stepping up DUI patrols this weekend as people celebrate Halloween.

  • Program lets domestic violence survivors vote without their address becoming public

    When someone registers to vote in Washington state, the address they provide becomes public record and anyone can find it. For a domestic violence survivor, even providing general information during registration can potentially put their lives in danger.

  • As sunlight fades and attacks mount, Puget Sound runners take precautions

    SEATTLE — Daylight Savings Time is just a couple of weeks away, which means our days will be shorter and people running outdoors will have less daylight to run in. Runners throughout the Puget Sound have expressed concerns about safety after three recent assaults happened near running trails. Some runners across the Puget Sound say they’re taking extra precautions to stay safe after a series of attacks in the area. Maria Ball was groped three weeks ago and is a member of […]

  • Woman’s death in West Seattle a sad reminder for caretakers

    Seventy-four-year-old Jacqueline Dupras lead an active life, volunteering for causes she believed in, staying involved in politics and singing in the choir. But her husband Ed says in the last year or so, her memory would come and go.

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