For about a decade, a local developer has been creating a video game aimed at inspiring women.
A bald eagle that was found entangled in electrical lines in Tacoma has finally been released back into the wild after 47 days of rehabilitation.
The Tacoma Police Department thanked a good Samaritan who rescued a boater that fell into the waters of the Puget Sound last year.
Santa has already been spotted in Federal Way, but not in a sleigh pulled by reindeer.
A local high school band is getting ready to take part in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York.
The Island County Sheriff's Office (ICSO) is calling one of their deputies their ‘resident raptor whisperer’ after he rescued his second bird of prey of the season.
A complex that was once notorious for violent crime in Tacoma, is now the site of where dozens of people will call home.
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A 6-year-old girl from southern Minnesota is about to undergo a life-changing kidney transplant, thanks to an amazing chain of kidney donations that started with her teacher.
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Did you know Seattle has its own underwater hockey team? It's real, and looks like a challenge! Also, a heartwarming rescue operation unfolded in Marysville as two tiny kittens found themselves in trapped inside a storm drain.
13 dogs, including 11 adorable puppies, were rescued after a drug bust in Bellingham. And good news for the local salmon; the Baker River saw a record-breaking surge in the sockeye salmon population.
A family of five that was injured in a horrific wrong-way crash is still recovering, but sharing their story of survival. And a deputy uses creativity to get four suspects to surrender by imitating the bark of a K9 officer.
A local organization that has been working in the community for decades has donated millions of dollars in toys and video games to sick children across the world.
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WSU has unveiled their new apple variety that will rival the launch of the Cosmic Crisp. Seattle Storm's Jewell Loyd set the franchise single-season record. And Starbucks' beloved Pumpkin Spice Latte (PSL) turned 20 this year.
Dolly Parton visited Washington this week, Harbor patrol officers released video of a dramatic water rescue and a Snohomish County Sheriff's sergeant is being honored for running into a burning house to save two lives in Marysville.
Over 30 rescuers worked together to free a horse that got stuck in a rotted bridge on the Middle Fork trail in North Bend over the weekend.
Day In Day Out Festival brings thousands of people from across the country to the Seattle Center for two days of music, but this year the festival is welcoming a special guest not appearing on stage.
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