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Police confiscate three guns from Northshore SD principal believed to be on cocaine
REDMOND, WA - Documents obtained by FOX 13 reveal that police confiscated three guns from one of the two Northshore School District principals placed on leave last month. This follows an April incident that police say involved a gun and drugs. Sunrise Elementary Principal Michael Griffin has been on leave...
2 Northshore School District principals placed on leave
BOTHELL, Wash. — Parents are pressing for more answers after the Northshore School District placed two principals on paid administrative leave. They are husband and wife, and the reason they are out of the office is raising concerns. The Northshore School District said the incident did not occur on...
One Killed, One Critically Injured in Roxbury Lanes Casino Shooting; Suspect Apprehended
A tragic event occurred at a White Center bowling alley over the weekend, resulting in one fatality and leaving another person critically injured. The King County Sheriff's Office has confirmed that the suspect involved in the shooting at Roxbury Lanes Casino is now in custody.
Seattle Police: Driver killed after running red light and hitting tree
The driver of a car was killed Friday afternoon after she tried to beat a red light, she lost control of her car and struck a tree, according to the Seattle Police Department. Just after 4:30 p.m., officers responded to a report of a single-car collision in the 2300 block of South Judkins Street. When they arrived, officers found a 57-year-old woman, the only person in the car. She was pronounced dead at the scene. According to witnesses, the woman appeared to try a beat a traffic signal that was about to turn red, when she overcorrected, which caused her car to leave the road and hit a tree.
Fatal Single-Car Collision in Seattle's Judkins Park Neighborhood
A 57-year-old female driver died in a single-car collision in the Judkins Park neighborhood of Seattle on Friday. Police believe she tried to beat a red light and overcorrected, causing the vehicle to hit a tree. Witnesses reported the incident, and traffic was shut down while investigators processed the scene.Visit here for more details.
Year's lowest tides coming to Puget Sound
The lowest tides of the year are coming to Puget Sound starting this weekend. Sea level in Seattle on Monday and Tuesday is expected to bottom out nearly four feet below the typical low tide. The temporarily retreating shoreline will expose acres of seldom-seen tidelands. “These low tides are a...
Assault Near Seattle's Pike Place Market Results in Arrest
A 24-year-old man was apprehended on Sunday afternoon for assaulting a stranger near Pike Place Market's entrance at 1st Avenue and Pike Street in Seattle. The attack occurred in broad daylight, drawing attention from pedestrians and neighboring businesses.
Bellevue Kidnapping Leaves Victim Critically Injured
A violent kidnapping took place in downtown Bellevue last weekend, resulting in the victim being found in critical condition. The incident transpired around 10 p.m. on May 27 near 2nd St. and 106th, with eyewitnesses recounting a black SUV approaching the victim. Two men reportedly fought with him, forced him into the vehicle, and then sped off. Bellevue Police Captain Joe Nault expressed gratitude to those who called 911, emphasizing the importance of community assistance in such situations.
Seattle Police Recover Handgun and Fentanyl During Welfare Check in SODO Neighborhood
Police found a handgun and suspected fentanyl pills during a welfare check in Seattle's SODO neighborhood. A concerned citizen flagged down an officer about someone passed out in a running vehicle.
Free handgun lockboxes available around King County on National Gun Violence Awareness Day
On National Gun Violence Awareness Day, Public Health - Seattle & King County is offering free handgun lockboxes on Friday.
Changes to King County Metro Routes and Trips: Suspensions and Cancellations from June 5 to Sept. 1
King County Metro will be suspending weekday routes 162, 301, and 304 from June 5-9, and some individual weekday bus trips will be canceled due to staff and bus availability. Further route and trip changes will begin on June 12 as Metro shifts buses to even out service across its seven bases. Riders are advised to sign up for transit alerts as intermittent trip cancellations or route suspensions may occur. Riders have alternatives available during these suspensions.
Governor Inslee Appoints William L. Dixon V, Experienced Civil Litigator and Community Leader, to King County Superior Court
William L. Dixon V has been appointed to the King County Superior Court by Gov. Jay Inslee. He will replace Judge Judith Ramseyer, who is retiring on July 1. Dixon is an experienced civil litigator who has owned and managed Dixon Law Firm, PLLC, a plaintiff's personal injury firm in Seattle, since 2007. He has prosecuted clients' claims of medical malpractice, employment discrimination, products liability, and motor vehicle injury.
Combating the Gun Violence Epidemic: King County Takes Action
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that gun violence is now the leading cause of death for children and teens in the United States. In an effort to combat this public health crisis, local programs in King County, Washington, united on National Gun Violence Awareness Day to address the issue and promote safety within the community.
Slippery Heist: Thieves Paddle-up to Lake Washington Home via Private Dock, Break in Back Door — And Paddle Away With 20K
Police are in need of help in identifying thieves that paddled up to a home in Washington and stole over $20,000 from the home, RadarOnline.com has learned.According to the Clyde Hill Police, the burglars paddled up to the home on Lake Washington, as Front Page Detectives reported.They were then able to access the home’s private dock and broke into the house through the glass door.After taking items from the house, the burglars were able to paddle away with the goods, police said.Police did not confirm what items were taken from the home, but KING-TV reported that officers suggested over the...
Will the city of Seattle enforce the state's newly passed drug law?
SEATTLE (KOMO) — Whether or not drug use penalties are enforced and prosecuted in Seattle may all depend on city councilmembers. In an expected vote on Tuesday, councilmembers will be asked to approve, or deny an ordinance that gives police and City Attorney Ann Davison the authority to enforce the state law.
DOCS: How seven teens managed to escape Echo Glen Children's Center
KING COUNTY, Wash. - Newly obtained documents reveal how seven juvenile inmates escaped the Echo Glen Children’s Center (EGCC), a facility in Snoqualmie that holds Washington’s most violent offenders, on May 28. Documents obtained by FOX 13 reveal that the inmates had worked together to craft a master...
Seattle building evacuated for lead-acid battery off-gassing hydrogen cyanide and hydrogen sulfide
The building was evacuated as a safety precaution.
Colombian Retail Theft Ring Dismantled in Washington State
A Colombian retail theft ring, accused of stealing over $76,000 in merchandise, was dismantled in Bellevue, Washington last month. The suspects, aged 18, 22, and 27, were arrested outside Bellevue Square Mall on May 20 after security personnel observed them shoplifting inside the mall. Two of the suspects attempted to escape when confronted by officers but were quickly apprehended.
Washington Donut Shops Named Among The Best In America
Yelp released its 2023 list of the 100 best donut shops in the country.
Questions remain following threats, remote learning switch at 2 Seattle high schools
SEATTLE — Parents appear to be left in the dark along with everyone else who lives in the neighborhood around Garfield High School in Seattle. The district called an early dismissal on Thursday and canceled all in-person learning on Friday, for both Garfield and Nova high schools. “I do...
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