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  • More lowland snow possible for western Washington

    SEATTLE — Yes, we are tracking more snow in the forecast.  With temps still well below normal (51/37) we are keeping an eye on lowland snow.  I know! I know! This weekend expect mixed showers through Sunday, like today.   Some spots north may see more flurries than rain as well as places to the far south picking up some of the snow. Sunday night into the overnight hours of Monday is what we are really watching.  As many of you […]

  • Warmer, drier summer forecast could bring another ‘very significant’ wildfire season

    Washington's wildfire management teams are gearing up for what could be another "very significant" wildfire season.

  • Family makes plea for answers in deadly Marysville hit and run

    MARYSVILLE, Wash. — A Marysville family is making a plea for answers after their 24-year-old son was killed in a hit and run crash on Saturday. “We seem calm,” said Kim Colson. “At home we cry, and we walk down the hall and we go ‘He’s not here anymore. Our baby is not here.'” Kim and Marion Colson got the call every parent hopes they never receive on Saturday night. Their 24-year-old son, Matthew Colson, was hit by a driver […]

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    Market trends: Why Burien and White Center could be the next real estate hotspots

    A “massive” and unexpected increase in inventory last fall has led to a slowdown in the robust Puget Sound real estate market.

  • Renting v. buying in the Puget Sound real estate market

    Despite a cooling of the market, the Puget Sound region remains one of the most expensive real estate markets in the country.

  • How healthy is western Washington’s real estate market? Economist weighs in

    SEATTLE — The real estate market is cooling in western Washington and across the country, but is that a bad thing? Not according to Windermere Real Estate’s chief economist. Windermere’s Matthew Gardner visited Q13 News This Morning to discuss the latest on real estate trends. He said the slowdown is “absolutely overdue.” “You can’t carry on by seeing home prices jump by 8, 10, 12 percent every year. Why? Incomes don’t match that,” he explained. “2019 is going to be […]

  • Whistleblower who filed complaint against Pierce County ME placed on leave

    TACOMA, Wash. — The deputy Pierce County medical examiner who filed a scathing complaint against her boss has been placed on administrative leave. Dr. Megan Quinn, an associate ME and forensic pathologist, outlined major accusations against Dr. Thomas Clark in her complaint, alleging that he disregards forensic evidence, alters death certificates, lies to law enforcement and keeps copies of digital evidence without consent from investigative agencies. Thursday, Quinn was placed on paid leave pending the outcome of a misconduct investigation, […]

  • Another round of lowland snow possible for some parts of western Washington

    Temperatures will be cold enough for more snow in some parts of western Washington this weekend. 

  • Serial burglary suspect sought in Edmonds

    EDMONDS, Wash. — Edmonds Police are working to track down a serial burglary suspect after getting reports of more than a dozen burglaries near Woodway High School since January. Bob Cunningham and his wife went out to dinner Wednesday night only to return and find their Edmonds home was much different from how they left it. “The window over the kitchen was smashed,” Said Bob. “They got into our bedroom, the drawers were pulled out, and clothes were spread out […]

  • Bold proposals to save southern resident whales lose teeth in Legislature

    OLYMPIA, Wash. — Some of the boldest actions proposed in the Legislature to save the southern resident orcas appear dead in the water. Bills to restrict whale watching and impose new regulations on the lucrative industry passed out of committees in both state houses Thursday. However, HB 1580 and SB 5577 were watered down from their original versions, stripping some of what was intended to protect the whales from boat noise in order to help the orcas find Chinook salmon. […]

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