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Recent Articles
  • 2 dead, 2 hurt in crash near Marysville

    Washington State Patrol is investigating a deadly crash that killed two people Wednesday night.

  • Multiple crashes snarl Monday commute in Tacoma

    Crashes wreaked havoc on the commute Monday morning in Tacoma.

  • Seattle firefighters battling fire at construction site

    SEATTLE — Firefighters are on scene of a well-involved structure fire in Seattle early Thursday morning. The Seattle Fire Department said the structure is located at the 4200 block of Winslow Place North in the Fremont neighborhood. Firefighters are fighting the fire defensively from the outside. It is being reported as a three-story new construction townhome. Firefighters fighting fire defensively from outside of structure. Reported as three-story new construction townhome. pic.twitter.com/6NoA7LIvOx — Seattle Fire Dept. (@SeattleFire) September 13, 2018 This […]

  • Meet Percival! #WhyNotMePets

    SEATLLE — Meet Percival, this cat is ready to leave the shelter life behind and find a new home. Q13 is partnering with Pet Connection Magazine and Pawsitive Alliance’s ‘Why Not Me Pets’ campaign to help Percival get adopted. Percival is only one and a year half old and loves to play. He is still an active, healthy, and young kitty. He loves his salmon treats and playing with toys. He would do best in a home with older kids […]

  • PEMCO Insurance on picking the right car for your teen

    SEATTLE — With the start of the new school year, thousands of teens will be getting their first car to drive to school. That can be nerve-racking for parents, but PEMCO Insurance says choosing the right car is the single biggest thing you can do to protect your child. And chances are, the right car isn’t the one you are thinking about.

  • Firefighters investigate cause of fire that burned Kent strip mall

    KENT, Wash. — Firefighters responded to a two-alarm fire at a strip mall in Kent early Wednesday morning. Puget Sound Regional Fire said the fire was at the 100 block of South Central and crews arrived to the fire just before 3 a.m. The fire was knocked down in a couple of hours. Firefighters are monitoring hot spots and have started entering the building. The strip mall is home to a pawn shop, auto body and glass repair shops. No […]

  • Car crashes into Lake Stevens Boys and Girls Club

    LAKE STEVENS — Officers responded to a call Monday night at the Lake Stevens Boys and Girls Club. The Lake Stevens Police Department said officers were originally sent to an explosion at the Boys and Girls Club around 11:30 p.m. But when officers arrived, they said they found a car had struck the building. The driver ran from the scene, but was found a short time later. The driver was arrested on suspicion of DUI and hit-and-run. Witnesses told police that […]

  • Two dead after car crash in Federal Way

    FEDERAL WAY — Two people are dead after a car crash in Federal Way early Wednesday morning. The crash happened on Southwest 320th Street and 10th Avenue Southwest around 2:30 a.m., according to South King Fire. All lanes were blocked for several streets as police investigate. SKFR and KCM1 onscene of serious MVA on SW 320th St/10 Ave SW. All lanes closed. #southkingfirek pic.twitter.com/SVEnHecnVz — South King Fire (@Southkingfire) July 4, 2018 Federal Way police are trying to determine the […]

  • Woman arrested in connection with Kent house fire

    KENT, Wash. — A woman was arrested in connection with a house fire Thursday morning in Kent, the Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority said. The house is located at the 13300 block of Southeast 263rd Place near Lake Meridian. The family inside got out safely after hearing a noise and seeing the fire from the window, according to Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority. When firefighters arrived they told Q13 News the entire first floor was engulfed in flames. Later Thursday, […]

  • Building fire at Lake Meridian Park set intentionally, authorities say

    KENT, Wash. — A building at Lake Meridian Park in Kent was intentionally set on fire early Thursday morning, according to the Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority. When firefighters arrived around 1 a.m. they found heavy smoke coming from the roof in the only building at the park located on 14800 Southeast 272nd Street. Investigators said a metal container outside of the building holding life jackets was set on fire, then it spread to the wall and attic of the […]