BREAKING: One killed, two officers hurt in Bremerton police-involved shooting

BREMERTON — Two officers are in the hospital after being shot early Sunday morning in Lions Park. Investigators tell our news partners at The Seattle Times that the officers approached a 53-year-old man suspected of violating a domestic violence order of protection, and he started shooting at them. The officers fired back, and the suspect later died. The two officers injured are being treated at Harrison Hospital. Their conditions have not been released. This is a developing story and will be updated. Watch Q13 News This […]

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Carroll calls Sunday’s Seahawks-Rams game a ‘huge championship opportunity’

RENTON, Wash. – Coach Pete Carroll says L.A. Rams QB Jared Goff has been doing a great job this year, but the Seahawks defense will be closely watching someone else in the Rams high-powered offense when they clash Sunday. Running back Todd Gurley is “the centerpiece” of the offense,” Carroll said, and “he’s the one that really you have to stop.” As he does every week, Carroll set aside some time for an exclusive interview with the home of the […]

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The Seahawks know they ‘have to do everything right to have a chance’ against the Rams

RENTON, Wash. – Another Sunday, another tall order. After running the gauntlet of the Philadelphia Eagles and Jacksonville Jaguars the past two weeks, the Settle Seahawks are facing their latest “most important game of the season”: A matchup with the Los Angeles Rams (9-4) at CenturyLink Field that could very well decide the NFC West. Although the Seahawks pulled out a tough 16-10 victory on the road in October, coach Pete Carroll said last week that he’s expecting an exceptionally […]

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Escort charged, accused of shooting Everett man for perfoming sex act ‘wrong’

EVERETT, Wash. — Authorities say a western Washington state woman working as an escort told police she shot a man in the back of the head because he was performing a sex act wrong. The Daily Herald reports that 21-year-old Marissa Elizabeth Wallen of Mount Vernon was charged Friday with first-degree assault and first-degree robbery in Snohomish County Superior Court. Prosecutors say Wallen shot the 36-year-old Everett man on Oct. 21 and took his wallet, spending $12,000 using his credit cards in […]

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Seahawks place Kam Chancellor on injured reserve, promote Palacio and Tyson

RENTON, Wash. — The Seattle Seahawks placed safety Kam Chancellor on injured reserve, waived guard Mark Glowinski, and promoted linebacker Kache Palacio and cornerback Mike Tyson from the practice squad Saturday. Chancellor wasn’t expected to play again this season due to a neck injury sustained against the Arizona Cardinals in November. He had remained on the roster for weeks for salary cap purposes. Glowinski started 16 games at left guard last season for Seattle and the first two games of […]

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Seattle’s Homeless Crisis: Are tiny houses the answer?

SEATTLE– One of the root causes for our region’s homeless crisis is something we all feel: a lack of affordable housing. That’s one reason why Seattle can’t seem to break the cycle of homelessness. It’s something we see every day in the form of tent cities. Some are legal– most are not. Now there’s a new move to replace the tents with “tiny houses”. They’re converted sheds that give people a dry roof over their heads. We wanted to know […]

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Mount Vernon officer who had been shot in head describes what he saw while in coma

MOUNT VERNON, Wash. — It’s been a year since now-retired Mount Vernon police officer Mike McClaughry was shot in the head while responding to a call. Since then, he’s made amazing strides in his recovery. But the 62-year-old has yet to regain his vision. In an interview Friday, McClaughry shared what he says was a spiritual experience while he was in a coma immediately following the shooting. “As I was floating around in this nether world, if you will — […]

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State trooper’s car hit while on I-5 traffic stop; driver suspected of DUI

FEDERAL WAY, Wash. — A Washington State Patrol trooper’s car was hit on the right shoulder while on a traffic stop on southbound I-5 south of State Route 18 Friday night. There were no injuries, the State Patrol said, but the driver of the car that hit the trooper’s patrol car was arrested for suspicion of DUI. This comes at a time that the State Patrol on Friday began increasing patrols through the end of the month on Washington state […]

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Customer finds side of cocaine with order of cheese sticks, police say

GRIFFITH, Ind. — A fast food restaurant in Northwest Indiana will remain closed until police figure out how drugs allegedly wound up in a customer’s order. A Broad Street Gyros customer called police Nov. 21 saying she thought there was cocaine in her takeout order. She told police she found a small baggie of white powder stuffed inside a plastic foam cup along with her cheese sticks, according to the Chicago Tribune. She added that, along with the owner, Carrie […]

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Yes, your wine glass keeps getting bigger

If you drink wine, there’s a good chance you measure intake by the glass. Here’s why that’s problematic: Modern wine glasses are seven times larger than those of centuries ago—and notably bigger than glasses that are just two decades old, according to a new study. Researchers at the University of Cambridge analyzed more than 400 antique and modern wine glasses, including some of various British monarchs, and determined the average and median size of glasses has increased gradually since the […]

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