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Space Needle lights up purple in support of Huskies’ championship game

The Space Needle was lit up purple on Sunday night in support of the Washington Huskies’ championship game against the Michigan Wolverines. Seattle’s iconic tower...

‘It’s just so exciting’: Generations of Husky fans celebrate as UW advances to national championship

SEATTLE — Generations of Husky fans are celebrating after the University of Washington Huskies defeated Texas and advanced to the national championship game. The Huskies...

Lynnwood police arrest woman accused of stealing nearly half a million from Ulta’s across PNW

An accused serial shoplifter is behind bars following a year’s long investigation. Lynnwood police said they and the Snohomish County Violent Offender Task Force arrested...

New JN.1 COVID variant may be more contagious but less severe

Officials with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are warning that flu and COVID, combined with holiday gatherings, could lead to a spike in...

City of Bellevue, school votes to pay family $5M over landslide that destroyed home in 2022

The City of Bellevue and a Bellevue private school have authorized a combined $5 million settlement to the family whose home was destroyed in a landslide...

Local rivers on the rise, flood alert issued as heavy rain drenches the region

Local rivers are on the rise and so are worries across Western Washington. A King County Flood Alert issued at 6:44 a.m. Tuesday said the...

San Juan County Sheriff voices ‘extreme frustration and disappointment’ with judicial system

The San Juan County Sheriff wrote a letter to the community on Wednesday about a sentencing that happened on Tuesday in a controlled substance homicide...

Burien residents protest city’s new ‘Unlawful Public Camping’ ordinance

BURIEN, Wash. — A group of several Burien residents gathered on Saturday night to speak out against the city’s new ‘Unlawful Public Camping’ ordinance. The...

Passengers suing airline after off-duty pilot allegedly tried to shut down engines on Everett flight

Three passengers who were on board Alaska Flight 2059 last month which is operated by Horizon Airlines, are suing after officials said an off-duty pilot allegedly...

DOH urges blood donations as Washington blood supply runs ‘dangerously low’

The Washington State Department of Health is urging people to donate blood as Washington blood banks face critical shortages. The shortages are particularly bad for...

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