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Hana Kim

FOX 29

Seattle, WA, United States

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Past articles by Hana:

Suspect identified after 2 SWAT officers shot in Spanaway

The Pierce County Sheriff's Department said two deputies were shot in Spanaway on Tuesday and rushed to St. Joseph Medical Center. → Read More

Marijuana industry is a cash cow for Washington, yet many local stores struggle to stay afloat

Whether you are a pot smoker or not, all the money it generates, and we mean tons of money, impacts us all. → Read More

'We are not going to let this go:' Issaquah parents and players fight to get coach reinstated

A movement is underway to get a basketball coach back on the court at Issaquah High School. → Read More

'We are a hot, smelly mess': Trash piles up across the state after work stoppage

Trash is piling up across western Washington after a temporary work stoppage. → Read More

Skokomish Valley: Residents in flood-prone areas asked to evacuate ahead of road closures

Residents in flood-prone areas of the Skokomish Valley were asked on Thursday, Jan. 6 to evacuate for at least 72 hours. → Read More

Law enforcement concerned about rise in supply of fentanyl laced pills smuggled in by Mexican cartels

Law enforcement officials say our region is "under siege" by a massive supply of fentanyl-laced pills. → Read More

Seattle Mayor-Elect Bruce Harrell talks management style and transition team as he gets ready to take office

FOX 13 sits down with Seattle mayor-elect Bruce Harrell to discuss his upcoming administration. → Read More

Seattle police say dozens of officers would have to be eliminated under council's proposed 2022 budget

The Seattle Police Department has lost an unprecedented 325 officers in the last two years. The department is now desperately trying to recruit, but they say they can't significantly increase their numbers in the years to come if city council members take away funding. → Read More

State's largest steel plant in West Seattle says break-ins, thefts and harassment are constant

The management team at Nucor Steel Seattle says they are beyond frustrated and concerned about the safety of their staff. Some people living in an RV homeless encampment bordering their property have been terrorizing their staff and stealing from the mill. → Read More

Washington companies raising pay, sweetening benefits to lure workers

The unemployment rate in Washington state is at 5.1% as of August. In some counties, the rate is even as high as 8%. → Read More

Everett staple cuts back open hours with worker shortage

For the first time in nearly six decades, Ray's Drive-In is closed almost as many days as they are open. → Read More

20th anniversary of 9/11 spurs emotional ceremonies across Western Washington

On the 20th anniversary of September 11, many from across Western Washington honored the victims in different ways. → Read More

Federal Way Public Schools says dozens of students, teachers have COVID

Not even a full week into the school year, many districts are already dealing with COVID cases. → Read More

Washington State Ferries temporarily suspends reservations ahead of holiday weekend

A mix of challenges is triggering an unprecedented notice from Washington State Ferries ahead of Labor Day weekend. → Read More

Seattle rally demands US not abandon Afghan allies

The sounds coming from Westlake Park in Seattle on Saturday had a purpose. → Read More

Coping with anxiety as kids go back to in person learning

In just several weeks, school districts will be welcoming students back in-person full-time. → Read More

Meet the candidates in pivotal race for Seattle City Attorney

A pivotal race that could impact public safety in Seattle is the city attorney's race. → Read More

Local pet store criticized over payment systems and puppy mills

RENTON - Q13 News first told you about Puppyland back in 2019 after a couple accused the company of an expensive and confusing puppy leasing agreement. After the couple talked to us, Puppyland said they were not leasing puppies anymore. But on Thursday more people from the community are coming forward with other concerns. → Read More

Local startup's dream of changing educational access garners $1.7 million investment

BELLEVUE - Imagine going from just a small amount to $1.7 million in a matter of months. → Read More

Downtown Seattle booming with visitors on first day of Washington state fully reopening

Social distancing is no longer a thing, at least not at some of the most popular tourist sites in downtown Seattle. → Read More