Nadia Romero, Q13 FOX News

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Q13 FOX News

Seattle, WA, United States

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Past articles by Nadia:

Seattle #CloseTheCamps protest denounces ‘cruelty’ used to deter immigration

It was standing room only in the office of Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal on Tuesday. → Read More

Queen Anne apartment boarded up after neighbors complain of squatters, drug use

A charming multi-unit apartment complex in Queen Anne is now covered in plywood after neighbors reported the property as a nuisance. → Read More

Prosecutors say DNA evidence and family tree research will convict a man of double murder

EVERETT, Wash. -- A closely watched cold case murder trial in Snohomish County is about to go to the jury. William Talbott, 56, is accused of killing 20-year-old Jay Cook and 18-year-old Tanya Van Cuylenborg in 1987. → Read More

Washington State Patrol, counselors move away from ‘Stranger Danger’ teaching

Statistics show us the overwhelming majority of kids who are abused, abducted, or killed are done so by people they know. → Read More

South County Fire wants fireworks ban in unincorporated Snohomish County

EVERETT, Wash. -- Soon you’ll start seeing fireworks booths popping up across the area, but there’s a new push to get a fireworks ban in unincorporated Snohomish County. Since 2005, South County fire officials say they’ve tallied $3.7 million in fireworks-related property damage. It’s another year at Boom City for Jen Bontempo’s Black Magic Fireworks Booth. → Read More

Businesses sue City of Olympia for how it handles homeless problem

OLYMPIA, Wash. – We now know the names of the businesses who filed a lawsuit against the city of Olympia over the growing homeless problem there. Zeigler Welding, Aztec Bowling, and C & H Construction are all suing the city for opening a sanctioned encampment and not utilizing current laws like trespassing and nuisance laws to combat crimes committed by some people who are homeless. → Read More

Federal oversight extended after judge finds Seattle Police partially out of compliance

SEATTLE - The question tonight, how do you police the police? For the last seven years, the city has been diligently working to reform Seattle police under a consent decree. → Read More

Nearly 60 people want a shot at being a Seattle City Council member

SEATTLE – Nearly 60 people are throwing their name into the ring to become one of seven new Seattle City Council members. It’s a big number for such few seats. The candidates include everyone from activists to a massage therapist. → Read More

New ER in Parkland speeds up emergency care for Pierce County patients

PARKLAND, Wash. – We know there are more and more people moving to our area and once small rural towns are now home to new families. Population growth puts a strain on resources. That’s why a new neighborhood emergency room in Parkland gives people in Pierce County another option for care. → Read More

White Center sees crime drop during emphasis patrols

KING COUNTY, Wash.— You’ll see more Seattle Police officers in high-crime areas during this month’s emphasis patrols. We’re seeing a similar approach in King County that started in April. White Center is part of unincorporated King County between West Seattle and Burien. → Read More

Students sign up for crane operator school despite the risks

SEATTLE —The Seattle crane collapse in South Lake Union highlights a high-risk profession. Right now, industry experts say there’s a shortage of crane operators across the country. So local schools are working overtime to train qualified students despite the high-risk work environment. → Read More

Cops: Convicted murderer threatens to kill Tacoma leaders if bowling alley is demolished

A Tacoma man sits in jail facing ten felony counts after allegedly threatening to kill the mayor of Tacoma and city councilmembers. → Read More

Seattle homeowners get $26,000 water bill, working on permanent fix

SEATTLE —A home in West Seattle off 45th Ave SW will be passed down to 19-month-old Julia after a big problem gets fixed. “A bright pink note that says you might want to check to see if you have a leak,” said homeowner Susan Rose. → Read More

Bellevue family sues city, county after 10-year-old cat cited 30 times

BELLEVUE, Wash. – Many of us treat our pets like another member of the family. That’s why one Bellevue family took their complaints to a lawyer after they say a neighbor is targeting their cat. → Read More

Junior Achievement teaches kids financial literacy for the real world

AUBURN, Wash. -- Nearly 80 percent of US workers say they’re living paycheck to paycheck, according to a 2017 CareerBuilder survey. Forbes Magazine says we’re in a financial literacy crisis. → Read More

Port of Everett undergoes $635M facelift to attract millennials, young families

EVERETT, Wash. – The Port of Everett is getting a $635 million facelift. That’s a combination of public and private estimated investments in the making of a new waterfront. Construction includes a new hotel, hundreds of housing options, and other attractions. → Read More

Seattle proposes safe parking lots for homeless people, some community members push back

SEATTLE -- The last Point in Time Count showed more than half of Seattle’s homeless live in their vehicles. There’s a renewed push to open safe parking lots for them to live in. Mayor Jenny Durkan set aside $250,000 for the program. The idea is getting mixed reviews. → Read More

Issaquah School District denounces racist poster, vows diversity and equity training

ISSAQUAH, Wash. – The Issaquah school district did not mince words Tuesday, saying flat out a TOLO proposal sign was racist and acknowledging the district has a lot more work to do. → Read More

Seattle drivers report homeless people walking across Highway 509

SEATTLE -- Seattle’s Navigation Team say there are about 400 homeless encampments across the city. Some of them are along major roads and highways and that includes Highway 509 in South Seattle. → Read More

Everett to open $25,000 safe parking lot for homeless families living in vehicles

EVERETT, Wash. – About a third of homeless people in Snohomish County live in their vehicles, according to the latest Point in Time Count. There’s a new effort to help families who live in cars find a way out of homelessness. → Read More