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Fraudsters can manipulate caller ID, making it appear the sheriff’s office is calling about a warrant.
The Superior Court judge, who lives in Mill Creek, apologized during a hearing in King County.
Police have responded to dozens of shootings this year. Most have been tied to warring gangs.
She has discovered evidence confirming other suspicions there might be a planet beyond Neptune.
Police seek tips after suspected shooter drove away from large gathering where assault occurred.
He used a dinghy to help two seriously injured men get to shore at remote King Lake near Arlington.
Then, witnesses said they had heard the man and an alleged accomplice talking about a robbery.
District 25 in Oso is hoping to pass its first fire levy in 22 years.
It won’t be as windy, but rivers could rise Saturday and Sunday.
Karen Guzak and John Kartak are vying for the new position.
The Weather Service is warning people to prepare for power outages, possible flooding and falling trees.
All Smiles Northwest in Everett was among businesses observing Freedom Day USA.
As the city adopts a new form of government, many new faces are seeking office.
Local fire departments are hosting open houses to teach you how to stay safe.
Mariner High freshman David Sandoval, 14, is remembered as a devoted friend, volunteer and jokester.
Charles Coggins failed to check in with the state after serving time for attempted murder.
The boy, 13, allegedly got a gun from a 12-year-old and killed a 14-year-old over a disagreement.
David Sandoval-Hilarios, 14, worked weekly at Hand in Hand and helped at Horizon Elementary School.
Materials used included jello, noodles, bubble wrap, pillows and more.
Detectives are working to track down information about the shooting and suspect, or suspects.