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  • Snoqualmie still coping with last month’s snow storm but more snow is on the way

    SNOQUALMIE, Wash. – – People in the Snoqualmie area are still dealing with the aftermath of last month’s snow storm. The continued cold temperatures have kept some places covered in snow. “I was just out walking my dog, coming up the hill and I started seeing flurries and my first thought was ‘Oh no, not again!’” said Snoqulamie resident Dan McCaughanwho. Some people living in Snoqualmie are fed up with the piles of snow that’re still on the ground. With […]

  • Green Lake restaurant has a new message for its customers: Make Tamales, Not Walls

    SEATTLE, Wash. – – Frelard Tamales started serving up tamales in the Fremont and Ballard areas in 2015. After moving to Green Lake about year ago, they added a new item to their menu: a t-shirt that says “Make Tamales, Not Walls.” “We just started selling them to customers a couple of months ago. We think it’s just a great way to say what we stand for, that we’re not for hatred or racism. We’re really about bringing the community […]

  • Tenant groups rally at state Capitol to push for rent control

    OLYMPIA, Wash. – – Dozens of people turned out for a rally in Olympia to push for rent control in Washington state. Organizers say they want to remind law makers that rents continue to rise across the state and people just can’t afford it. “Do y’all even know how this feels when a note is on your door and your children that are depending on you?” said a renter at the rally for rent control on the steps of Washington […]

  • North Seattle neighbors speak out about traffic concerns after man hit and killed

    SEATTLE — A man was hit by a car and killed last night in North Seattle near a busy bus stop, and now some people in the neighborhood are speaking out about the dangers of walking near that intersection. “It was really awful. I’m just standing here looking in the street. It’s a horrible way to die,” said Henry Noble, who lives near the bus stop on Lake City Way and 85th Street in north Seattle. A 60-year old man […]

  • Man dies in Ballard area house fire

    SEATTLE — Seattle Fire Department said one man has been found dead after a house caught fire Sunday night in the Ballard neighborhood. Seattle fire officials said they got a call around 7 p.m. that a home near the 2800 block of 61st Street and 30th Avenue was on fire. They said most of the fire was coming from the back of the home. Once they arrived they had to call for backup because of the extent of the fire. […]

  • Neighbors rally against hate after racist graffiti spray-painted around Sammamish

    SAMMAMISH, Wash. — “Hate expands. The only thing force to use against hate is love.” Peace, unity and no hate. Those were the sentiments expressed by dozens of people who met at Klahanie Park in Sammamish Sunday. The rally was organized by members of the community after a series racist and anti-Semetic graffiti were discovered in the area. “I’m from Seattle, I came here specifically to be in solidarity with the residents who have been targeted by vandalism, bigotry and […]

  • Washington Planned Parenthood, Christian students weigh in on new Title X rules

    SEATTLE, Wash. – – The Trump Administration announced new rules today that could cause Planned Parenthood to lose millions of dollars in funding. Leaders of Planned Parenthood in Washington State and some students at a local Christian college are speaking out about the changes. “It kind of takes away the power to be able to say like I have a voice and it kind of hurts,” said Belinda Garcia, a student at Seattle Pacific University, a Christian college. After hearing […]

  • Bellingham community devastated after fire destroys landmark building

    Fire destroyed a landmark building in Bellingham early Monday morning. Firefighters responded to the call at Hohl’s Feed and Seed just after 4:00 a.m.

  • After the snow storm: A region-wide day of helping those still in need

    SEATTLE — The snow storm is over, and now we’re all just trying to get back to normal. One man from Lake Forest Park says giving back is a good way to start. After surviving one of the biggest snow storm Puget Sound has seen in decades, Garrett Musar says he wanted to do something for those who may still be struggling to recover. “I’m donating some time over at North Help Line which is a little food bank right […]

  • Viaduct demolition’s impact on nearby businesses, waterfront

    SEATTLE — Construction work to remove the viaduct began Friday after last week’s snow storm caused some delays. Crews began the demolition on both the north and south ends of the viaduct, which could impact nearby businesses for the next several weeks. You’ll hear the loud sounds of jackhammers and machines over the next few weeks if you’re working or living next to the viaduct. Crews began to take down the viaduct Friday and for some businesses nearby, the demolition […]

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