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  • New law allows students to receive medical marijuana on school campuses

    MUKILTEO, Wash. — A new Washington law has school districts across the state coming up with new marijuana measures. The law requires school districts to allow students with prescriptions to receive medical marijuana on campus from a parent. The Mukilteo School District is one of the first in the state to create and implement a policy regarding medical marijuana for students after the new law went into effect in July. So how does their policy work? The Mukilteo School District […]

  • The Mukilteo Lighthouse is packed with history and stunning views

    MUKILTEO, Wash. — An iconic piece of American history attracts thousands of visitors every year. Built of wood and standing more than 30 feet high over Possession Sound, the Mukilteo Lighthouse has been shining bright and guiding ships to land since 1906. Much of the history of the lighthouse has been preserved through pictures and artifacts on display on the lighthouse grounds. “The lighthouse is an iconic symbol of Mukilteo. It means you’re here, you’ve arrived on land, you’re in […]

  • Award-winning author, outdoors writer features Lake Washington’s Eastside in new book

      SEATTLE- Lake Washington`s Eastside is one of the fastest growing areas in our state, but these booming communities are also home to some of the most beautiful hikes and trails that nature has to offer. Award-winning author and outdoors writer Craig Romano spoke to Q13 News about some of these hidden jewels featured in his new book, ‘Urban Trails Eastside.’  

  • Seattle shop testing vape products amid spike in vaping-related illness across Washington

    SEATTLE — After a growing number of vaping-related illnesses and deaths have been reported across the country, pot shops and e-cigarette vendors are being flooded with questions from customers. The rising concern is something that Ian Eisenberg, owner of Uncle Ike’s Pot Shops, has experienced first-hand. “A lot of customers have come in questioning is this dangerous or is this okay?” Eisenberg explained. There are currently 6 cases of severe vaping-related lung illnesses across Washington dating back to August. On […]

  • Tiny home village coming to Port Orchard

    Kitsap County leaders are hoping a tiny home village in Port Orchard will lead to some big changes when it comes to homelessness in the area.

  • ‘It’s truly the gateway’: Tremont Street project transforms Port Orchard

    There’s a new gateway leading people right to Port Orchard.

  • Sickle Cell walk raises awareness in Seattle

    The Metropolitan Seattle Sickle Cell Task Force is hosting an event to raise awareness and funds for sickle cell anemia, a disease that affects 100,000 Americans. September is National Sickle Cell Anemia month, a time for organizations and groups to put a spotlight on this incurable disease. The walk/run event will be held on September 14 from 10 am – 1 pm at Seward Park in Seattle. Sickle Cell is a genetic issue that causes red blood cells to form […]

  • Bus route changes start Monday in downtown Seattle to help commute times

    SEATTLE — If you’re making your way through downtown Seattle Monday, there will be some major changes affecting thousands of commuters. King County Metro Transit has moved 12 routes to improve commute times while demolition on the Alaskan Way Viaduct continues. Twelve southbound routes have now been moved off First Avenue and will instead use Second Avenue and connect to Fourth Avenue. The southbound bus stop at First Avenue South and South King street will be closed down. A long-term […]

  • More military families say housing conditions at Joint Base Lewis-McChord are unlivable

    SEATTLE — More military families are saying they’ve had to move out of Joint Base Lewis-McChord after reports came out that mold was making homes unlivable. A day after Melissa Godoy says she and her family had to move out of their home on base after finding mold, eight other military wives came forward repeating the same message. These military wives say while their husbands fight for our country, they are now fighting for a decent place to live. At […]

  • Dozens of military families move out after mold concerns at JBLM

    At least 46 military families at Joint Base Lewis-McChord have moved out of their homes on base after finding mold where they live.

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