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Renewed pushback against possible West Seattle pickleball courts

Washington’s state sport is causing some controversy at Seattle’s Lincoln Park.  Seattle Parks and Recreation plans to convert already existing, dilapidated tennis courts into six...

Arson expected in Westlake apartment fire that trapped residents inside

WESTLAKE, Wash. — A Westlake apartment building caught fire in the middle of the night, trapping residents inside. Fire investigators believe someone set the blaze...

Federal Way water utility company fined over $85,000 for pollution

The Lakehaven Water and Sewer District, based in Federal Way, was fined over $85,000, said the Department of Ecology in a news release on Tuesday....

New study ranks Lumen Field as one of most dangerous stadiums in US

A new study by Sportsbook Review found that the zip code surrounding Lumen Field is the second highest in local crime compared to other stadium zip...

Kamiak High School student shot at Everett bus stop dies from injuries

EVERETT, Wash. — A teenager has died after he was shot multiple times while waiting at an Everett bus stop Friday morning. According to Everett...

Tips for parents with Back to School spending expected to be the most expensive ever

According to a new survey, ‘Back to School’ shoppers are expected to spend more than $41 billion this year, making it the most expensive back-to-school...

King and Snohomish Counties struggle as opioid deaths increase

The fentanyl crisis around the sound is gaining speed with no signs of slowing. Both King County and Snohomish County are seeing more people die...

Librarians facing more staffing challenges, threats and even violence amid book bans

Many public librarians are being forced to quit over concerns about their safety. This comes amid a growing number of book bans nationwide with many...

‘He wouldn’t hurt anybody’: 2 teens accused of shooting Tacoma detective charged

Two 15-year-olds remain in custody after police say one of them shot a Tacoma detective late last week. Those two teens appeared in front of a...

State Department of Health urges blood donations to avoid summer shortage

The Washington State Department of Health says that if more people don’t donate blood there might be a shortage this summer. Because of this concern,...

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