Moses Lake, WAKIMA TV

Man airlifted to hospital after motorcycle wreck

KITTITAS COUNTY, Wash. -- A Moses Lake man has been airlifted to a Seattle Hospital after a motorcycle wreck Wednesday night. Washington State Patrol says Gerald J. Brooks was driving westbound on I-90 near milepost 132 in Kittitas County when his bike veered off the road towards the center dirt embankment.
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3 deaths in one week along stretch of Federal Way road

In the past week, three people have died along a stretch of Pacific Highway South in Federal Way, prompting the mayor to seek roadway changes from the Washington State Department of Transportation. At about 7:10 p.m. June 15, South King Fire, King County Medic One, and Federal Way police responded...
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Revive I-5 returns in a week with a full freeway closure

It’s time to start planning ahead for your travel through Seattle next weekend when Revive I-5 is back with the first full weekend closure of the freeway. You will not want any part of southbound I-5 the weekend of Friday, June 25, through early Monday, June 28. All southbound lanes of the freeway will be closed at the I-90 off-ramp for the Revive I-5 project. The lanes will be shutdown at 7 p.m. on Friday, and they will be closed until 5 a.m. on Monday.
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Two dead, two airlifted to hospital after multi-vehicle crash in Federal Way

FEDERAL WAY, Wash. - Two people died after a crash involving multiple vehicles on Pacific Hwy near Federal Way. South King Fire & Rescue crews responded to the head-on crash on the 37400 block of Pacific Hwy around 8 p.m. Tuesday. Two people died at the scene and two other patients were airlifted to a local hospital. Another patient was taken to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.
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A suspected DUI accident involving two cars kills a Seattle woman in Lynnwood (Lynnwood, WA)

On Monday evening, a Seattle woman lost her life following a suspected DUI-related accident involving two cars on Highway 99. The woman, 35, was a passenger in a 1990 Toyota Corolla steered by a Marysville man, as per the Washington State Patrol. They were traveling south on the highway just north of Highway 525 at about 10:19 p.m. when the car crossed a concrete divider into northbound traffic and crashed into a 2017 Toyota RAV4 SUV.


SW Yancy – The SW Yancy closure west of 28th is supposed to end this week. Regular schedule for buses. For ferries, the Southworth dock has maintenance work again tonight, so some late night/early am Triangle Route runs are canceled. (Watch @kcmetrobus for word of bus cancellations, @wsferries for major...
Everett, WAKOMO News

Drunk driving blamed for deadly overnight crash near Paine Field

EVERETT, Wash. - The State Patrol believes drunk driving is to blame in a deadly head-on crash overnight near Paine Field. The incident unfolded at around 10:15 p.m. Monday on Highway 99 north of State Route 525, said Trooper Rocky Oliphant of the State Patrol. A suspected drunk driver went...
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Driver knocked out by rock thrown across I-90

SEATTLE — A driver was hurt in a crash along Interstate 90 in Seattle after they were hit in the face with a rock that was thrown across the freeway, state troopers said. Trooper Rick Johnson said a black Dodge Challenger was traveling eastbound near Rainier Avenue South at 11:15 p.m. Monday when a rock was thrown through the car’s windshield from a light rail construction site.
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A crash involving two semi-trucks led to minor injuries on Interstate 90 near Snoqualmie (Snoqualmie, WA)

On Tuesday morning, two semi-trucks collided with each other in the Snoqualmie area, closing down two westbound lanes of Interstate 90, just east of State Route 18. A spokesperson for Washington State Patrol stated that the injuries were minor, but it not clear how many people received injuries as a result of the crash. The incident caused major damage to the front of both trucks.

City Of Seattle And Sound Transit Enter New Phase Of Visioning for Development At Mount Baker

After many years of community planning, the Mount Baker station area is entering an exciting new phase. The City of Seattle and Sound Transit are working in partnership with community stakeholders and a consultant team to develop preferred site features for the City’s Mount Baker sites and the Sound Transit East Portal site. The Mount Baker sites will provide affordable housing, childcare and an early learning research facility. Sound Transit seeks to redevelop its adjacent East Portal site for affordable housing. Both sites have opportunity for potential open space.
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Stantec/Hensel Phelps team completes construction for Sound Transit’s new light rail base in Seattle area

Sound Transit recently completed construction of its new Operations and Maintenance Facility: East (OMF East), which will service, maintain, store, and deploy Link light rail vehicles for its growing fleet in the Puget Sound area. As Sound Transit’s light rail service area grows through 2024, the vehicle fleet will expand from its current 62 vehicles to 214. The new OMF East will enable extensions to Lynnwood, Federal Way, and Redmond, Washington. The facility was delivered by the design-build team of Stantec, Hensel Phelps Construction Co., and partners. Construction started in 2018.