Michael Crowe, KING 5 News

Michael Crowe

KING 5 News

Seattle, WA, United States

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  • 12NewsNow
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Recent articles by Michael:

Field hospital at Seattle's CenturyLink Field Event Center could open by next week

The field hospital at CenturyLink Field Event Center in Seattle will be one of 8 in Washington state to help hospitals facing an overflow of coronavirus patients. → Read More

Pacific Northwest may see temporary drop in emissions due to social distancing

Experts say with fewer cars on the road, Washington state will likely see a drop in overall emissions due to the stay-at-home order and social distancing. → Read More

Seattle Ronald McDonald House needs vital cleaning supply donations

The Ronald McDonald House gives families from out of town a place to stay near Seattle Children’s Hospital while their kids receive treatment. → Read More

'Businesses will need help': Tacoma announces plans to mitigate coronavirus impact

Tacoma Public Utilities will suspend disconnections for all residents and announced a $1 million fund to provide utility credits to low-income customers. → Read More

Canlis launches popular drive-thru service while other Seattle restaurants grapple with coronavirus shutdowns

Washington establishments are seeking new solutions to stay afloat during coronavirus social distancing. → Read More

Seattle teacher offers tips for teaching kids at home during school closures

Due to the coronavirus, all K-12 schools will be closed for the next several weeks and some parents may be wondering how or what to teach their kids at home. → Read More

Some Seattle businesses close, others struggle amid social distancing measures

Measures to control the coronavirus outbreak continue to take a toll on local businesses → Read More

Meal plans organized for Washington students amid coronavirus school closures

Schools and community organizations are stepping up to feed students who normally eat at school. → Read More

Seattle businesses scramble to cancel, postpone events for 'social distancing'

Organizers at the Seattle Convention Center said they will feel the impacts of canceling events "for years to come." → Read More

Washington nurses concerned for health as hospitals face mask shortages

Some nurses are told to wear the same mask for a 12-hour period, when typically they would go through 36 in that same time. → Read More

UW sets up drive-thru clinic for coronavirus testing

UW Medicine has established a drive-through testing clinic to screen its employees for coronavirus. → Read More

Neglected horses ready for new home after December rescue in Enumclaw

Rescued horses are ready for new homes after months of rehab. → Read More

Coronavirus outbreak in China impacting Washington state shellfish industry

The Seattle Shellfish Company farms geoduck, a burrowing clam native to the northwest but popular in China. But since the COVID-19 outbreak, sales have plummeted. → Read More

Washington lawmakers consider new clean fuels standard

Supporters of the bill say it will reduce greenhouse gas emissions while opponents worry it could increase gasoline prices. → Read More

UW researchers crowd-source coronavirus treatment research with video game

Researchers at the University of Washington are asking 'civilian scientists' to tweak and modify renderings of proteins in a search for treatment of the coronavirus. → Read More

Seattle City Light hopes new forest better prepared for climate change

A new forest near Carnation includes trees native to Oregon and California in hopes they will better withstand a potentially hotter, drier climate in the future. → Read More

Proposal would strengthen Washington state's derelict vessel removal program

The proposal would remove the spending cap on the Vessel Turn-In Program, which DNR said is currently limited to spend no more than $200,000 per biennium. → Read More

Old trees at Deception Pass State Park get new life as picnic tables

Some of the trees are older than the state of Washington. → Read More

Winter floods impacting Washington salmon hatcheries

Hatcheries in Issaquah worked around the clock during flooding and heavy rains to maintain their salmon populations. Other hatcheries didn't fare as well. → Read More

600-pound sea lion found in Washington woods

A large Steller sea lion was found in a wooded area of Castle Rock, Washington, miles from a suitable water source. → Read More