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9 people, 11 vehicles, over 16 tons of trash removed from Everett ‘nuisance’ propery
Everett police, Code Enforcement, Dick’s Towing, and a private contractor worked together to clean up the property on Jackson Avenue.
I-5 off ramp in Everett reopens after truck carrying cattle crashes
The Washington Department of Traffic (WSDOT) said a truck hauling a cattle trailer hit the gore point at the Broadway ramp at mile marker 192 in Everett. Crews cleared the cattle from the trailer and reopened the off-ramp to Interstate 5 in Everett just after 5:45 a.m. The crash caused the closure to last nearly two hours.
Overnight Fire Damages Two Marysville Homes
A fire erupted during the early hours of Tuesday morning in Marysville, resulting in considerable damage to two residential properties. Fire authorities are investigating the origins of the blaze, which has rattled residents and their pets. Thankfully, no one was injured in the incident.
Unhoused and out of sight on King County's Eastside
Some people experiencing homelessness in King County often try to stay hidden to avoid dealing with police. Outreach workers say that also means these people aren't being connected to support services. It’s hot and sunny around Seattle, and Keith Roberts needs to get the AC in his RV running. To...
'Like losing a beloved family member': Thieves steal Edmonds man's 1968 Chevrolet Impala
It was a labor of love to fully restore the car after the man's wife passed away from cancer in 2015. He and his wife had owned it since 1970.
Northshore School District Addresses Concerns Over Principals on Leave
The Northshore School District recently held a follow-up meeting at Moorlands Elementary School for parents to discuss their concerns and questions about two principals who have been placed on administrative leave. Michael Griffin, principal at Sunrise Elementary, and his wife, Meghan Griffin, principal at Moorlands Elementary, are currently on paid leave following a police encounter in April.
Boy Rescued from Marysville Well: First Responders Share Experience
New details have been revealed about the harrowing rescue of a 12-year-old boy who fell into a well in Marysville about a week ago. The accident took place during recess at Mary Catholic Church, located off 80/8, when the boy stepped on a concrete lid covering the well, causing it to break and partially collapse.
Tree wrap stolen from in front of City Hall
Community members were invited to create knitted tree wraps in honor of Pride Month and display them on street and park trees in Shoreline. This wrap was in front of Shoreline City Hall. Just a week after it was placed, it was stolen. The artist who created it, Amanda Drewniak,...
'It's not on my radar at all'; Seattle man warns of gas siphoning after car's tank emptied
EVERETT, Wash. - A Seattle man is warning other drivers of gas theft after an unfortunate situation over the weekend. This is not the first we've heard of people stealing gasoline straight from the vehicle. Just last year, Everett Police put out a warning after several reports of siphoning gas from cars. This could be a concern once again as gas prices increase.
After son's fentanyl death, western Washington mother warning teens about counterfeit pills
SHORELINE, Wash. — As graduation season approaches at Shoreline's Shorecrest High School, Lori Carpenter-Butenschoen sees her son in each and every one of the young faces. "I didn't get to plan a graduation, I got to plan a funeral," she said. Lori's son Garrett died after taking what he...
Mountlake Terrace man stabbed with serious injuries
LYNNWOOD, Wash., June 6, 2023—At approximately 7 AM on Tuesday morning officers responded to an altercation at an apartment complex in the 19800 block of 48th Ave West. Officers responded and discovered a 26-year-old male from Mountlake Terrace had been stabbed and was suffering serious injuries. The male was transported to Providence Hospital and is currently being treated for his injuries.
Snohomish County Agencies Enhance Water Rescue Skills through Training
First responders from five agencies across Snohomish County recently participated in a water rescue training event in Stanwood, as reported by FOX 13 Seattle. The training focused on simulating various water rescue scenarios, including the rescue of individuals from submerged vehicles. This highlights the crucial role of rescue swimmers in the region, given the numerous bodies of water in the area.
8 crews work together to rescue man after he falls in Canyon Creek in Granite Falls and hits head
Ladder 62 was used to set up a high point while rescue technicians set up a main belay line to lower a stokes basket to Medic 81.
Kayak Point Park day-use area to be closed to the public starting July 5
STANWOOD, Wash., June 5, 2023—The day-use area at Kayak Point Regional Park will be closed to the public starting July 5, 2023, for the Kayak Point Park Day-Use Improvement Project. Construction for Phase 1 of the approximately $20 million renovation project is scheduled to take place through at least December 31, 2023, and will provide additional recreation space, move parking away from the shoreline, improve the boat launch, and make habitat improvements. As part of implementing these changes, park infrastructure (failing water lines and buckling asphalt) will be replaced and the park will be positioned for many more years of enjoyment.
Life Jacket Loaner Stations in Kenmore - Stay Safe on the Water
In May, a new Life Jacket Ordinance went into effect in Kenmore. Anyone using human powered watercraft (canoe, paddleboard, kayak, etc.) must wear a Personal Flotation Device (PFD) while on Kenmore waters (north end of Lake Washington and the slough). Don’t have a life jacket yet? A new life jacket...
Sammamish City Official Resigns after Homophobic Rant
Sammamish Planning Commissioner and Tanoor owner Wassim Fayed celebrated Pride the best way he knew how: By launching into a homophobic screed at a public meeting. On June 1, Fayed described queer people as “wealthy,” “well-connected” disease-spreaders who infest and “poison” the minds of children in schools and through movies and television. He invoked his faith-based belief that people choose to be gay against God’s intentions, which is ridiculous. Everyone knows we choose to be gay to please the devil.
Edmonds parents say school district is denying special needs son his right to an education
EDMONDS, Wash — An Edmonds family is claiming discrimination against their special needs son. The 17-year-old is on the autism spectrum and has very limited speaking capabilities. His family says they've discovered a breakthrough technique that allows the boy to communicate, but the school district is refusing to allow...
Found: Autistic child found after going missing in Shoreline
A Shoreline child who had gone missing in Shoreline was found safe after Shoreline Police issued an alert. Eight year old Eric Cook, who has autism, was last seen at 18900 8th Ave NW around 3:50pm on Monday, June 5, 2023. At 6pm, Shoreline Police announced that he had been...
Community Fights to Protect Marysville Paraeducators from Layoffs
The Marysville community recently joined forces with paraeducators to protest the layoff of over 200 of these essential staff members outside the school district headquarters. The demonstration occurred before a school board meeting, with attendees chanting 'Save our Paras' and wearing purple to show unity. This action was prompted by the district's announcement of an $18 million deficit, which has already led to the layoff of 45 teachers earlier in May.
Monroe’s Reptile Zoo, a unique and educational pitstop from mountain activities
MONROE, Wash., June 5, 2023—Monroe’s Reptile Zoo is located right off Highway 2, along the way to many popular hiking and camping destinations, which makes it a convenient, unique, and educational pit stop from summer outdoor activities in the mountains. With approximately 100 different animals throughout the enclosed...
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