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  • Man critically injured after tree falls on Renton apartment building

    RENTON, Wash. — Authorities say a man is critically injured after being pinned under a tree that fell on an apartment building in Renton Sunday morning. It happened at about 7:15 a.m. at a six-unit apartment building on 196th Avenue near Shadow Lake. Puget Sound Fire says the tree crashed into the man’s living room while he was sleeping on his couch. The man, who is in his 60s, was trapped for about 40 minutes before crews were able to […]

  • Wet and windy weather brings down trees, power lines in western Washington

    SEATTLE — A squall line brought heavy rain, pea-sized hail, thunder, and gusty winds in the Sound this morning from 6 to 7 a.m. The wet and windy weather brought down trees and power lines in parts of western Washington. We have quieted down and expect scattered showers, a few thunderstorms and gusty conditions for the rest of the day on Sunday. Highs will be near 48 and winds could gust as high as 25-30 mph. *DOWNED POWER LINES* in […]

  • Vehicle crashes into Everett fire station, no injuries

    Authorities say no one was injured after a vehicle crashed into an Everett fire station.

  • Hiker rescued after crawling 8 hours for cell service

    PORT ANGELES, Wash. — An injured hiker in Washington state has been airlifted to safety after crawling through the forest for eight hours to get cell phone service. KOIN-TV reports Sunday that the hiker was rescued near Olympic National Park around 4 a.m. on Saturday. Authorities say the 26-year-old had fractured his ankle while hiking on the Duckabush Trail near Hood Canal, Washington. The U.S. Coast Guard was able to hoist the man from the trail with an MH-65 Dolphin […]

  • Man found dead outside King County Sheriff’s Office precinct

    MAPLE VALLEY, Wash. — A man found shot to death in the parking lot of the King County Sheriff’s Office Maple Valley precinct is believed to be the husband of the woman who was found dead in her Maple Valley home Wednesday. The King County Sheriff’s Office says around 2 a.m., the dispatch center received a call from a male who said he was on his way to a KCSO precinct to kill himself. Two deputies at the Maple Valley […]

  • 7-Eleven store clerk found shot dead in Edmonds after attempted robbery

    A customer who walked into a 7-Eleven store in Edmonds made a horrifying discovery Friday morning: the store clerk was lying on the floor, unresponsive and bleeding.

  • Judge: Tim Eyman concealed $766,000 in campaign donations

    SEATTLE (AP) — A judge ruled Friday that initiative promoter Tim Eyman illegally failed to report more than $766,000 in campaign contributions over a six-year period — a finding that could subject him to millions of dollars in penalties. Thurston County Superior Court Judge James Dixon issued his order in a 2017 lawsuit brought by Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson. The judge found that Eyman failed to register as a political committee, even though he clearly acted as one, […]

  • Snohomish County man, first in US with coronavirus, is now ‘fully recovered’

    A Snohomish County man, who was the first person in the U.S. to be diagnosed with Wuhan coronavirus, is fully recovered and released from home isolation.

  • Man wanted for shooting pet cat in Bonney Lake

    Police in Bonney Lake are looking for a man who reportedly shot a pet cat that was injured so bad it had to be euthanized. 

  • Submit your weather photos — and M.J. may use them on TV!

    Meteorologist M.J. McDermott wants to see your weather photos and show them on Q13 News This Morning! Please attach your photo below, and include your first name and where you live in the description of the photo. Please submit your photo only ONCE! It will not appear in the gallery until it is approved by Q13 News producers. By submitting a photo, you’re allowing KCPQ, our Tribune Media sister stations and distribution partners permission to use the media on all platforms […]

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