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King County

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  • CAPTURED: ANDREW LIVELY: WMW Tip Leads Cops Right To Him!

    CAPTURED: ANDREW LIVELY: WMW Tip Leads Cops Right To Him!
    UPDATE: The U.S. Marshals Pacific Northwest Fugitive Apprehension Task Force arrested Yakima County fugitive Andrew Lively this afternoon in Burien.   Sgt. Mark Lewis with the Moxee Police Department got a tip on Lively’s location after he was...
  • Eating healthy food costs more money in U.S.

    Eating healthy food costs more money in U.S.
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Eating healthier food can add almost 10 percent to the average American's food bill -- and that is just to boost a single nutrient like potassium. Researchers from the University of Washington looked at the economic impact of...
  • Can you afford a healthy diet?

    Can you afford a healthy diet?
    According to a survey conducted by University of Washington’s Center for Public Health Nutrition, in order to meet the federal guidelines for a healthy diet, King County residents may have to spend nearly $400 dollars more a year on food. The...
  • Homeless convicted sex offenders living among us

    Homeless convicted sex offenders living among us
    Chances are pretty good you pass one every day — a homeless convicted sex offender. There are 368 roaming the streets in King County alone. "The problem with homeless sex offenders is pretty obvious," said Sgt. John Urquhart with the King County...
  • More victims come forward accusing Tim Dampier of molestation

    More victims come forward accusing Tim Dampier of molestation
    Timothy Dampier had the perfect cover, a trusted church singer who also spent time with a lot of kids in several organizations, including the Bellevue Boys and Girls Club. Police believe he could have victims all over the Northwest. "Since our initial...
  • Referees reportedly disciplined for sporting pink

    Referees reportedly disciplined for sporting pink
    It was meant to be a show of support for breast cancer awareness, but nearly 150 high school referees in King County are reportedly facing consequences for "wearing pink" during the month of October. It is being reported that the refs will have some of...
  • Special unit supervises mentally ill offenders

    Special unit supervises mentally ill offenders
    It will probably come as no surprise that there are thousands of dangerous mentally ill offenders living in our communities. They have done their time and are back on the street. While most are under Department of Corrections supervision, keeping track...
  • Seattle and King County officials urge Gov. Gregoire to address medical marijuana bill

    Seattle and King County officials urge Gov. Gregoire to address medical marijuana bill
    The Seattle Times reports that top officials in Seattle and King County have submitted a letter asking the legislature to address the issues related to the marijuana medical bill. The letter, submitted by Mayor Mike McGinn, Seattle City Attorney Peter...
  • Judge rules to allow public vote on section of tunnel ordinance

    Judge rules to allow public vote on section of tunnel ordinance
    UPDATE: King County Superior Court Judge Laura Middaugh ruled Friday that the City of Seattle and the State of Washington could continue with agreements to relocate utilities and complete other work related to the slated deep-bore tunnel. Middaugh also...
  • Summer jobs tough to find for many job seekers

    Summer jobs tough to find for many job seekers
    In a recent poll of the 100 largest cities in the country, Seattle was ranked the 11th best city in the nation for summer jobs for young people ages 16 to 24. Also, during the month of April, Washington's unemployment rate went down from 9.2 to 9.1...
  • False promises: Homeless man poses as attorney, bilks clients

    False promises: Homeless man poses as attorney, bilks clients
    A Federal Way homeless man is facing four felony charges after he allegedly posed as an attorney and scammed victims seeking legal help out of thousands of dollars. Arnold Newman Jr., 55, was charged earlier this month in King County Superior Court...
  • Ad campaign targets child sex trade

    Ad campaign targets child sex trade
    Many people think of child sex trafficking as a rare crime that doesn't happen in their hometown, let alone their neighborhood. But, experts say not only is it becoming more prevalent, Seattle is considered a hub for the child sex trade. A 2008 study...