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Man shot, killed after opening fire on Pierce County deputies

GRAHAM, Wash. - A Pierce County deputy shot and killed a man Sunday night after he reportedly fired shots at deputies. According to the Pierce County Sheriff's Office, deputies responded about 9 p.m. Sunday to multiple calls about a…

Heck advances in lieutenant governor primary, Liias trails

SEATTLE - U.S. Rep Denny Heck has advanced to the November ballot in his bid to become Washington's next lieutenant governor. Heck, who was leading in preliminary returns in the 'top two primary Tuesday, announced his entry into the race…

Washington teens hailed as heroes for saving deputy's life

AUBURN, Wash. - The King County Sheriff's Office is honoring five young men after coming to the rescue of one of its deputies. The teenagers were each given the Medal of Heroism Award by King County Sheriff Mitzi Johanknect…

Man accused in Bothell officer’s death pleads not guilty

SEATTLE - The man accused of causing the death of a Bothell police officer during a gunfight in July pleaded not guilty Monday to aggravated first-degree murder, attempted first-degree murder and vehicular assault. Henry Eugene Washington, 37, was charged…

Seattle mayor says federal agents have demobilized, left city

SEATTLE - Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan said Tuesday she had received confirmation that U.S. agents had left the area after being sent to Seattle last week to protect federal buildings amid lingering unrest over the police killing of George Floyd. Durkan, Gov. Jay…

Feds keeping tactical border officers on standby in Seattle

SEATTLE - The Seattle Police Department is preparing for the possibility of property destruction, looting, arson and potential attempts to injure officers this weekend. In a letter to the Seattle City Council, Chief Carmen Best expressed concern for officers who will no longer be…

Memorial grows in honor of fallen Bothell officer

BOTHELL, Wash. - A memorial is growing in Bothell for Officer Jonathan Shoop who was killed in the line of duty. The memorial was outside of City Hall and across the street from the Police Department. "So many bad things…

Washington ice cream shop bans police with guns, officers respond

SEATTLE - A sign at a popular Seattle ice cream shop is sending a loud message to local police officers. Molly Moon’s Homemade Ice Cream on Capitol Hill put up the sign telling officers, if you’re armed, you’re not welcome inside their business. The…