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Jennifer Sullivan


Seattle, WA, United States

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Past articles by Jennifer:

Photo circulating of Mercer Island teens giving Nazi salute

MERCER ISLAND, Wash. - The Mercer Island School District has condemned the actions of two Mercer Island High School students who were photographed giving a Nazi salute. The photo was widely circulated through the student body in recent days. It was reported to the Anti-Defamation League Monday, said Miri Cypers, who is the regional director of the Anti-Defamation League's Pacific Northwest… → Read More

6 hours? 10 hours? Some have waited that long for an SPD officer to respond

It's been nearly 15 months since a salon was burglarized. The owner says it took Seattle police nearly eight hours to respond to her 911 calls and there was never a follow up to the theft that she estimates at around $20,000. While Seattle police say it takes, at most, seven minutes to respond to 911 calls reporting violence, threat or major crime in progress, it's the other emergency calls that… → Read More

Business owners say they've reached tipping point with head tax proposal

Two days after Amazon announced it will halt construction until the Seattle City Council votes on a tax that could cost them more than $20 million annually, business owners in SODO grilled councilmembers themselves. → Read More

Protesters block construction traffic to King Co. 'youth jail'

For more than seven hours on Monday, protesters opposed to King County's new juvenile courthouse and jail chained themselves together outside the construction site and blocked the heavy equipment from coming and going. → Read More

Seattle mayor's accuser in sex abuse lawsuit reveals his identity

The man who filed suit against Seattle Mayor Ed Murray, accusing him of sexually abusing him nearly 30 years ago, has identified himself publicly as Delvonn Heckard. Lincoln Beauregard, who is representing Heckard, has released a letter sent to Murray's lawyer Robert Sulkin Tuesday saying they are "mystified" by Murray's legal strategy. "We have been sitting back mystified that Mayor Murray… → Read More

2 teen brothers to face adult murder charges in Jungle shooting

Two of three teenage brothers accused of the deadly shooting in The Jungle will face murder charges in adult court. The third boy, 13, will prosecuted in juvenile court. → Read More

Prosecutor to announce charges against 3 Jungle suspects on Thursday

King County Prosecuting Attorney Dan Satterberg will hold a news conference Thursday to announce charges against three teenage brothers accused of killing two people and wounding three others in The Jungle homeless encampment on Jan. 26. → Read More

22-year-old man shot on Metro bus

Law-enforcement officials have responded to a shooting at Fourth Avenue South and South Holgate Street in the Sodo neighborhood south of downtown Seattle. → Read More

Judge orders 3 teen brothers held in deadly Jungle shooting

A judge on Tuesday found probable cause to hold three teenage brothers in custody in connection with the deadly shooting last week in the The Jungle. → Read More

Theater shooting victim: ‘Can’t believe it happened to me’

Michelle Mallari, who was wounded by gunfire last week in a Renton movie theater, said she didn’t realize she had been hit by a bullet until she reached the lobby. → Read More

Architect gives inmates a place of ‘light and space’ to transition to new lives

A sought-after regional architect with a flair for designing modern homes and businesses was hired to create a transition facility for former federal inmates. Eric Cobb says he was determined to make the facility a home for “light and space.” → Read More

Firefighters work to free man buried in trench in West Seattle

Seattle firefighters are working to free a man partially buried in a trench in West Seattle. The man is reportedly buried up to his neck at a construction site at 36th Avenue Southwest and Southwest Hanford Street. Details of the situation and the man’s condition were not immediately known. Times news partner the West Seattle Blog reports the accident happened during a sewer-repair project. → Read More

2 men in Belltown apartment victims of homicide, police say

Two men found dead inside a Seattle Housing Authority building in Belltown on Monday appear to be the victims of homicide, Seattle police said. → Read More

Renton movie-theater shooter had gun permit, police say

An apparently intoxicated man who accidentally shot a woman in a Renton movie theater on Thursday night had a permit to carry the weapon, police said Friday. → Read More

‘Active-shooter’ training ties up downtown Seattle traffic

A training exercise at the U.S. Courthouse in downtown Seattle tied up traffic during the morning commute. → Read More

Man charged with murder, arson in knife attack at parents’ home

A man accused of stabbing his mother to death and injuring his father before setting fire to their Snohomish County home was charged Wednesday. → Read More

Judge blocks defense lawyers from bailing before Carnation trial starts

Accused killer Michele Anderson’s lawyers on Tuesday made a last-ditch attempt to be removed from the case after a jail “snitch” came forward with some information about a recent conversation with Anderson. → Read More

Salmon Bay K-8 and Ballard High locked down after man seen with gun

Seattle police are searching for a man who apparently dropped a gun near a school in Ballard then ran across the school campus with it. All students are safe, police say. → Read More

Seattle archdiocese posts list of clergy accused of sexual assault

The Archdiocese of Seattle on Friday published a list of priests, brothers, sisters and deacons accused of sexually assaulting children while serving or living in Western Washington. → Read More

Ride the Ducks to resume tours Friday; first two trips sold out

Ride the Ducks, the amphibious tour company that was suspended after a horrific crash on the Aurora Bridge last fall that killed five international students, will resume its tours on Friday morning. → Read More