Julie Calhoun

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Seattle mayor's executive order addresses sexual assault backlog; advocates say it's a good first step

A new executive order works to address years worth of stalled sexual assault cases in Seattle, leaving victims in limbo. SEATTLE — Seattle’s mayor is taking action against a growing backlog...

'I was lucky': Pilot who survived crash landing in the water at Alki Beach shares his story

The pilot said he's lucky to be alive and thankful to those who helped pull him out of the water. SEATTLE — As investigators look into what caused a plane to...

Greenwood facility keeping seniors safe during Seattle-area heat wave

Greenwood Senior Center keeping its doors open later as a cooling center for seniors during heat wave. SEATTLE — Tuesday marked one of the hottest days of the year, and people...

Parkland community remembers 13-year-old cyclist hit and killed; family calling for change

Family, friends, and the community held a vigil Saturday at the crosswalk where 13- year-old Michael Weilert was hit and killed. PARKLAND, Wash. — A Parkland mother called for change after...

First of its kind map shows wildfires burning in real time

The Western Fire Chiefs Association developed a new map that uses data from 911 dispatch and US forest service to track wildfires burning in real time. BONNEY LAKE, Wash. — Terry...

Community comes together to help those impacted by Renton apartment fire

Twelve apartment units were destroyed. Local business owners are rallying together to help those who were displaced. RENTON, Wash. — Community members are coming together to help people who were displaced...

Providence nurses calling for hazard pay to help retention amid staffing shortage

Nurses are asking the Everett City Council for hazard pay amid staffing shortages and also calling on Gov. Jay Inslee and lawmakers to step in. EVERETT, Wash. — Nurses at Providence...

Washington lawmakers, wildlife officials study E-bike impact on trails

Wildlife officials have gotten thousands of responses to a survey focusing on use of e-bikes on natural surface trails. ISSAQUAH, Wash. — The use of electric bikes is surging, so much...

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