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Officers investigate casino shooting in Seattle
Deputies responded to reports of a shooting with injuries at a casino near Seattle, the King County Sheriff's Office said.
Two Separate Overnight Shootings Shake Seattle: Urgent Need for Action
Seattle, known for its vibrant culture and picturesque landscapes, has been shaken by two separate overnight shootings that have left two individuals fighting for their lives. The incidents, which occurred in different neighborhoods, highlight the urgent need for effective measures to address the rising gun violence in the city. The Seattle Police Department and local communities must work together to ensure the safety and well-being of residents.
Cottonwood Fluff: A Misunderstood Natural Phenomenon
As summer approaches, many people enjoy the warmer weather but have recently grown concerned about a fluffy substance filling the air. Social media is abuzz with warnings for allergy sufferers, blaming this cotton-like material for their symptoms. However, this fluff is not the cause of your allergies.
Seattle man fighting for his life in Mexico after severely injured by ocean wave
A Seattle man is fighting for his life in Mexico after a freak accident out in the ocean. The family of Evan Griffis tells KIRO7 he was down in Puerto Vallarta recently celebrating and enjoying several pride events. He was out in the ocean at a nearby beach Sunday afternoon with several friends when he was knocked over by a large wave. Doctors told the Griffis family Evan is paralyzed from the sternum down. “And unfortunately, my brother was struck by a wave from behind when he was exiting the ocean. And that wave threw him straight into the sandy ocean where he broke his neck,” Adam Griffis, his younger brother, said. Adam says Evan went through an 11 hour spinal surgery on the front and back side of his neck. He says his brother has had signs of improvement as well and that he was able to lift up his arms recently; however, he says his brother is currently battling pneumonia. “Evan required not only a food tube connected straight into his stomach, but a tracheostomy to assist with his breathing,” Griffis said.
Woman escapes through second-story window after man allegedly stabs her in Central District
Police learned the woman and her friend were in a 32-year-old man’s apartment when he grabbed a knife and stabbed the woman.
Man Arrested for Narcotics and Weapon Possession After Suspicious Behavior in C-ID
Police arrested a man in the Chinatown-International District after observing him conducting narcotics transactions. The suspect fled and was later found in possession of a handgun, crack cocaine, methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia, and over $500.
Music, food and historical games at Museum fundraiser on June 3, 2023
Join the Shoreline Historical Museum for their fundraiser supporting local history featuring recreated games from the historic Playland amusement park. Live music performances by Halley Greg and JHP Cultural and Diversity Legacy. Enjoy food from Big Dog's and Nutty Squirrel Gelato while you browse through the silent auction items and...
PHOTOS: Here’s why the waters off Burien was reddish/orange and ‘stunk really bad’ this week
Large patches of bright orange/red water – that “stunk really bad” – were spotted (and sniffed) near Burien’s shores this week, with these photos by Deana Anderson taken at Three Tree Point’s north beach:
Pickup truck on SR 3 hits motorcycle head on, sending man to Harborview
The Washington State Patrol says the pickup driver could face charges.
Sand Point Shooting Leaves Victim with Life-Threatening Injuries
A shooting in Sand Point neighborhood injures someone. Late on Friday night, a person was shot in the 6500 block of Sand Point Way NE. Police were alerted and arrived at the scene, providing emergency services. The person is said to have sustained life-threatening injuries. No further details have been released about the incident or the identity of the victim.Visit here for more details.
CORRECTION: MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE AT EVERGREEN WASHELLI AT 11am Monday, May 29, 2023 - flag placement at 10am
Please join us for the 97th Annual Memorial Day celebration at Evergreen Washelli, 11111 Aurora Ave N, Seattle WA 98133. At 10am, We will have a flag placement at the Veterans Memorial Cemetery on the Washelli side. Veteran and Scout groups, along with members of the community, will place the...
Concerns rise as car races turn chaotic
Police in Western Washington say illegal street racing has been getting out of hand. In the midst of Memorial Day Weekend, authorities are concerned that these chaotic events will be popping up again.
Police get $460,000 of drugs off streets with thorough investigation by Shoreline and King County
“The result of a long-term effort, countless hours, and diligent investigation,” said the SPD.
Seattle Land Use Committee Discusses Equitable Development and Zoning Changes
On May 24, 2023, the Seattle City Council Land Use Committee convened to address various land use concerns in the city. Speakers during the meeting presented their opinions on different proposals, including concerns about housing in the SR519 corridor for industrial purposes and the preservation of industrial land to maintain Seattle's status as a major international port.
WSP seeks help finding developmentally disabled teen, last seen in Ballard
SEATTLE - The Washington State Patrol (WSP) is asking for the public’s help in finding a developmentally disabled teenager who was reported missing on Friday. According to the WSP, 13-year-old Ian Strohm left his home at around 5 p.m., and has not been seen since. Authorities say he was...
6 Reasons to Join the Seattle Parks & Recreation Team this Summer
We’re still hiring for summer jobs! We think Seattle Parks and Recreation is a great place to work, and we want to share some of the reasons why with you. It might seem too good to be true, but with Seattle Parks & Recreation you can literally get paid, to have fun! Sure, there are administrative parts to every job, but at the heart of it our work is about creating opportunities for play, fitness, wellness, and nutrition citywide.
Davison Unilaterally Ends Community Court Program
City Attorney Ann Davison informed the Seattle Municipal Court today that the city of Seattle will no longer participate in the municipal court’s pioneering community court—a therapeutic court that allows people accused of certain low-level crimes to access services without pleading guilty to a crime. The decision effectively represents the end of community court in Seattle.
Signs warning of removal of encampment with May 31 deadline have been posted at Burien site
Homeless campers on SW 152nd Street & 6th Ave SW in Burien were greeted with signs bearing an ominous May 31, 2023 11:59 p.m. deadline to vacate their encampment, further escalating the already heated debate surrounding the city’s growing homeless issue. The signs, discovered by both homeless residents and...
The Best Mexican Restaurant in All of WA?
This Capitol Hill restaurant in Washington is so popular, customers are willing to wait in very long lines for a table. Typically with restaurants, long lines of hungry (and thirsty) people indicate good food and great customer service is being served there. Food critics and restaurant regulars have named one place as the best Mexican restaurant in the state.
Sundaes Outside: A Celebration of Black Folks in the Great Outdoors!
Attention all outdoor enthusiasts! Are you ready to celebrate Black folks in the great outdoors? Join us for Sundaes Outside: A Celebration of Black Folks on May 28th at Be'er Sheva Park in Seattle, WA. This FREE event is open to everyone and aims to showcase the contributions of Black folks to outdoor recreation and environmental conservation.
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