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  • Freezin’ for a Reason! Tacoma Polar Plunge raises more than 50K for Special Olympics Washington

      TACOMA — About 300 people raced screaming into the Puget Sound off Owen Beach in Tacoma on Saturday for the annual Polar Plunge to raise money for Special Olympics Washington.  The money goes to help athletes like Lizzie Enriquez-Ortiz.   She plunged three times.  Lizzie competes four sports including swimming, basketball, bowling and flag football. “The freeze is temporary but the impact is not,” she said. It was the first plunge for Auburn’s Jordan Mathison.  “It was a lot of […]

  • Officials seek identity of homeless woman who died in cold weather

    KIRKLAND, Wash. – Homelessness isn’t just a problem in Seattle or Tacoma, the Eastside also has a sizeable homeless population. And our recent cold weather has taken its toll. The King County Medical Examiner’s office is asking for help identify a woman who recently died – investigators say she was homeless and passed away in the frigid cold. “It’s exhausting to be homeless,” said Karina O’Malley. O’Malley has been working as an advocate for the homeless for more than a […]

  • Tips lead to arrest of Newcastle burglary suspect, accused partner in crime Drewe Rynning still wanted

    March 4, 2018 — Newcastle Police are asking for the public’s help to find Drewe Rynning who is accused of burglarizing numerous storage units.  Oak Harbor Police arrested the second suspect Sunday night.   Danielle Phelps was located due to a Washington’s Most Wanted viewer tip to Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound.  Thanks to the hard work of Det. Christopher Leyba and patrol deputies, she is being held without bail in the King County jail for Burglary. Both suspects are accused […]

  • Security guard shot in back gets help moving to wheelchair-accessible home

    FEDERAL WAY, Wash. — A security guard took a bullet in the spine on Thanksgiving and has been confined to a wheelchair ever since. It’s been a tough time for Damario Johnson because his apartment wasn’t wheelchair friendly. He couldn’t use the stairs and needed a plywood ramp to leave at all. On Monday, Johnson moved into a new home that is more wheelchair accessible. He still attends physical therapy every week and is still determined to one day walk […]

  • 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 […]

  • Unidentified bank robbery suspects now armed with handguns, detectives say

    SHORELINE, Wash. — King County Sheriff’s detectives are asking for your help to identify these two bank robbery suspects. They robbed the Shoreline U.S. Bank branch inside Safeway on Feb. 8. They gave the teller a note that said, “Give me money or I’ll f*** you up.”  Both males appear in their 20’s, white and/or Hispanic, both described being as short as 5’06” with thin to medium builds. They are also suspected of robbing the Fairwood Wells Fargo in Safeway […]

  • Police seek ID of Covington bank robber who fled in red truck

    COVINGTON, Wash. — Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound is offering a $1,000 cash reward if you can identify a bank robber at the Bank of America in Covington, or help detectives solve this case. The suspect gave the teller a note demanding cash and then escaped in a red 1998-2003 Chevy S-10 Pickup with an unknown license plate number. It is a standard cap pickup with a Tonneau cover, a flat rear bumper, no space or windows behind the seats. […]

  • Security guard determined to walk again after being shot in the back: ‘It’s overwhelming’

    FEDERAL WAY, Wash. — Damario Johnson is on a mission to walk again, but the challenges are heavy. “I have days that I just sit in here and I just cry and it’s overwhelming,” he said. As his nerves heal from the bullet he took in his spine on Thanksgiving, the pain is so bad some nights that he can’t sleep. “Enough to make me want to not be here anymore,” he said. But he is making progress. His left […]

  • 20 years later, truck displays a renewed push to find Teekah Lewis

    Wednesday, Jan. 23 marks 20 years since Teekah Lewis disappeared

  • Davevion Irving: Wanted Robbery suspect fled with woman who hit deputy with car, say police.

    BURIEN, Wash. — An 18-year-old woman accused of ramming her car into a King County Sheriff’s Office deputy in a grocery store parking lot is in custody. The sheriff’s office says Khalia Wimberly surrendered to authorities Thursday in Burien. On Monday, officials say she hit the deputy with her car after shoplifting from Safeway in White Center. Video surveillance from the grocery store shows a car accelerate into the deputy, sending him into the air.  The deputy suffered a broken leg […]

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