Suspect injured in deputy-involved shooting in Auburn

Officials with the King County Sheriff’s Office are at the scene of a deputy-involved shooting in Auburn.

Pedestrian killed while pushing shopping cart in road, deputies say

Suspected DUI driver arrested in wrong-way crash near Bremerton

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  Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies at 87

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died in Washington D.C. Friday due to complications of metastatic pancreas cancer. She was 87 years old.

  City of Seattle closes Pier 57 for public safety

  Small business owners say WeChat ban will hurt Seattle, Eastside companies

On orders from the president, Americans will be banned from downloading the wildly popular Chinese app TikTok because of national security concerns.

Police arrest Port Angeles man who evaded them week prior, seize meth and heroin

A 33-year-old Port Angeles man was arrested Monday and was booked into jail for an outstanding Department of Correction warrant, possession of controlled substances with intent to deliver within 1,000 feet of a school zone and felony eluding a police vehicle.

  High school football player dedicates season to father after his death

Jake Hall is Ola High School in Henry County’s starting quarterback. In fact, this year, he’s leading the team’s offense.

6 indicted in multi-million dollar scheme to bribe Amazon employees and contractors

U.S. Attonrey Brian T. Moran on Friday announced that six people have been indicted by a Grand Jury in the Western District of Washington with conspiring to pay more than $100,000 in commercial bribes to Amazon employees and contractors in exchange for an “unfair advantage” on the Amazon Marketplace worth more than $100 million.

Suspect arrested after fatal stabbing near Seattle’s Kerry Park

Police are investigating after a man was fatally stabbed near Kerry Park in Seattle’s Queen Anne neighborhood early Friday.

  SPD watchdog: Sergeant did not intentionally target boy with pepper spray at protest

Investigators with Seattle’s Office of Police Accountability say officers did not intentionally target a young boy when they hit him in the face with pepper spray during a protest.

Everett water main break damages road

A water main break has closed several blocks of West Marine View Drive.

Power goes out for thousands in West Seattle

Seattle City Light crews are working on a power outage affecting 6,763 customers in West Seattle.

  “I knew what I was getting into” Seattle’s new top cop intends to improve morale, 911 response

No public official in Seattle is under more pressure to perform than Interim Chief Adrian Diaz. He said, “This is the most challenging time in SPD’s history.” And yet, he told KIRO-7 he wouldn’t have it any other way.

Suspect in fatal Portland shooting pointed gun at officers, deputies say

Authorities say a man suspected of killing a right-wing protester in Portland, Oregon, pointed a handgun at officers before he was shot to death by members of a federal task force.

  Mayor Durkan responds to threat of federal charges

  Health officials worry about mental health due to COVID-19, now smoke

On Thursday, local and state health officials drew attention to the growing mental health concerns in Washington state.

Seattle parks, beaches, boat ramps to reopen Friday

  Hacker breaks into remote-learning class; posts messages using the ‘n-word’

  California utilities prevent fires by shutting down electricity

  City of Edmonds cancels annual downtown trick-or-treat event

The Edmonds Chambers of Commerce has canceled its annual downtown Halloween trick-or-treat event due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Inslee, Culp agree to televised debate on Oct. 7

Democratic Gov. Jay Inslee and Republican challenger Loren Culp have agreed to a televised debate on Oct. 7.

Police: Driver in stolen dump truck leads troopers on chase

A man is in custody after police said he stole a dump truck late Thursday morning.

Seattle police officer struck by hit-and-run driver

Seattle police are investigating a hit-and-run crash in South Seattle in which an officer was struck by a car.

$2K reward offered in man’s suspicious death in Redmond

After running out of leads, Redmond police are asking for the public’s help to find out what happened to a Seattle man who under suspicious circumstances in Redmond last summer.

Pierce County faces reckoning as report shows Black people arrested disproportionately

The Pierce County Sheriff’s Department needs body and vehicle cameras, bias training that includes the community, and officers that reflect the population, the Pierce County Council was told Wednesday in a report by senior staff.

First drive-in concert in Jacksonville scheduled for October

For a Jacksonville’s first, a drive-in concert will be hosted in Lot J in October.

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