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Retail Giant Makes Tough Decisions, Resulting in Layoffs in SeattleAsh JurbergNewsBreak Contributor
Washington's Min. Wage Up Again in '24Tim A GruverNewsBreak Contributor
Biden Administration Forgives $39 Billion in Student Loans: 804,000 Borrowers Get Relief.Adam TabrizNewsBreak Contributor
Hiking and Fly Fishing the Pratt River Connector Trail WashingtonSteve B HowardNewsBreak Contributor
Billion Dollar Seattle Business Cuts One Third of WorkforceAsh JurbergNewsBreak Contributor
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Kittens Up for Adoption in redmond, WA
Interested in adding a furry friend to your family? Even if you're just keen on viewing some of the cute critters available for adoption nearby, there are ample pets waiting for their forever homes in animal shelters throughout and around redmond.
'Prolific' south King County smash-and-grab burglar facing dozens of charges
RENTON, Wash. — Police say a "prolific smash-and-grab burglary suspect" was recently arrested after the latest in a string of break-ins using stolen vehicles. The Renton Police Department (RPD) said Friday it has arrested Feleti Wight, 27, "multiple times" since October 2022, and detectives have filed more than two dozen charges against him, including 19 burglary cases, four attempted burglary cases, and three cases of possession of a stolen vehicle. He was released after each arrest on his own recognizance, the RPD added.
Man dead after suspected DUI rollover crash in Bellevue
A man is dead and another person is in the hospital after a rollover crash in Bellevue Saturday morning.
This Week's 3 Most Expensive Houses Around Sammamish!
Sammamish, Washington is known for its beautiful landscapes and luxurious real estate properties. Recently, three properties in the area were sold at impressive prices, showcasing the high demand for upscale homes in this desirable location. Let's take a closer look at these properties and their interesting details.
Redmond neighborhood on lockdown as police search for shooting suspect
Redmond police are searching for a man who they say shot another man. They are warning residents to stay inside while they search for the armed suspect, who is still on the loose. Around 9:20 p.m. Thursday, police say a 50-year-old man was shot at the 8600 block of Avondale...
Multiple Seattle home invasion suspects charged as hate crime investigation continues
SEATTLE — Prosecutors filed the first round of charges in an ongoing investigation involving home invasion robberies that police said targeted Asian families in Seattle. Six defendants were charged Friday with firearm or burglary charges, though the King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office emphasizes the case is still active and they anticipate additional charges, including the potential for hate crime charges.
A double earthquake threat? Study finds two Western Washington faults ripped about the same time
SEATTLE -- With the Cascadia Subduction Zone parked off the coast and shallow faults lurking under most major cities, the Puget Sound area already faces a daunting array of seismic scenarios. A ...
Residents alarmed as shoplifting incidents trigger store departures: ‘As a community we can’t allow this to continue’
Lou Martins is angry, frustrated, and disappointed but not surprised that the first Target store to open in Manhattan — in his New York City neighborhood — is closing in October.
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Expanded Eligibility for Emergency Food Assistance Program Benefits More King County Residents
Washington State has introduced a new policy expanding food bank eligibility to households with incomes up to 400% of the federal poverty level. Previously, food banks in Washington, including King County, could only distribute food from The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) to households earning below 185% of the federal poverty level, or around $46,000 for a family of three. Now, the policy includes households earning nearly $100,000.
Sammamish Residents: Essential Driving Guidelines for School Zones
The article provides rules for drivers, especially near schools. It recommends driving slowly, obeying directions from EAs and supervisory staff, and not using cell phones. It suggests taking turns to enter the school, walking, parking on the street, or changing arrival times to reduce congestion. Violations may be reported to the Sammamish Police Department.
Rangers wrap up first playoff berth since 2016, help eliminate Mariners with 6-1 victory
SEATTLE (AP) — Bruce Bochy had a bottle of bubbly in his hand as he watched the celebration of a turnaround that very few expected in his first season in charge in Texas. “This is what I came back for and there’s nothing like it,” Bochy said. “It’s been some kind of ride so far and we’ve got a lot of work to do but to be in this moment right now these are memories you never forget and for these guys I couldn’t be happier.”
Investigation underway into Seattle house fire
Dive into the heart of a house fire investigation in Seattle's Green Lake neighborhood. Join fire crews as they unravel the mystery behind the blaze that erupted on a quiet Saturday morning. Subscribe for more gripping real-life stories.
Seattle residents express safety concerns as September homicide rate nearly triples compared to previous years
SEATTLE — Its been a deadly September this year with a higher number of homicides compared to the past few years. According to the Seattle Police Department's (SPD) Crime Dashboard, there have been 10 homicides in September. Homicide detectives are still investigating a fatal stabbing that happened Friday night...
An Appeal from Seattle's Bagpipers: Rain or Shine, Keep the Music Alive
In a heartfelt plea to the residents of Seattle, a local bagpipe manufacturer has urged the community to continue supporting their business despite the changing weather conditions. The manufacturer, who also produces flutes and pennywhistles, has seen a decline in sales as the colder weather discourages outdoor events such as parades and funerals. The drop in demand for bagpipes has had a significant impact on the income of bagpipers who rely on these events for their livelihood.
Government Shutdown Looms, Local Military and Federal Workers Prepare | FOX 13 Seattle
Explore the potential impact of a government shutdown on local military and federal workers in Seattle. Discover the looming uncertainty they face, especially the possibility of not receiving their paychecks. Tune into FOX 13 Seattle for this insightful coverage.
Seattle Hammer Attack Leaves Two Injured
Experience the shock and fear as two individuals fall victim to a random hammer attack in Seattle. This video captures the chilling incident, providing a stark reminder of the unpredictability of violence in today's society. Viewer discretion is advised.
A Week of Excitement: Bellevue's Local Events from October 2nd to 8th, 2023
1. Open Gym - All Ages - Bellevue, WA 2023. The 'Open Gym - All Ages' program, hosted by Bellevue Family YMCA, allows free access to gym facilities as part of a YMCA membership. Availability is on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Washington Police Unmask Roadside Fool’s Gold Jewelry Scam
Be warned of people pretending to be in trouble offering gold in exchange for cash. There have been multiple reports of individuals aggressively waving drivers down, then asking for help and asking for cash in exchange for fake gold jewelry. The latest account happened on Tuesday in Bellevue, Washington near the Eastgate neighborhood. As a driver was exiting I-90 onto 150th, he encountered two people waving their hands for him to stop in the road. They claimed their car was out of gas and offered gold jewelry in exchange for some gas money. The victim then drove with them to a nearby ATM, withdrew an undisclosed amount of cash, and gave it to the suspects in exchange for the "gold jewelry". They gave the victim a fake phone number and told the victim to hold onto the gold jewelry until they called and bought it back. Of course the "gold jewelry" was fake.
Man dies after 'serious assault' at Seattle bus station
SEATTLE — A 52-year-old man has died after a "serious assault" at a Seattle bus station on Friday night, according to police. The man was assaulted near a bus station along 2nd Avenue South and South Jackson Street near Union Square, the Seattle Police Department said. The incident was first reported as a stabbing, according to the Seattle Fire Department.