Tom Yazwinski, Q13 FOX News

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Seattle, WA, United States

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Past articles by Tom:

Supporters, opponents of allowing Syrian refugees into state clash in Olympia

OLYMPIA, Wash. --Two opposing rallies converged on the lawn in front of the state Capitol Friday to voice their concerns over Syrian refugees. Washington State Patrol troopers had to inject themsel... → Read More

Police investigating 5 suspicious fires in one night in Auburn

AUBURN, Wash. -- Just hours after hosting a meeting with concerned residents about 11 arsons in their community, Auburn Police say someone possibly set five new fires in one neighborhood Thursday m... → Read More

Sultan residents start cleanup after floodwaters recede from their homes

SULTAN, Wash. -- Dozens of people are picking up the pieces and throwing out ruined belongings after floodwaters finally receded from their homes in Sultan Wednesday. Naysha Richmond is a single mo... → Read More

Rivers flood homes, major roadways in Snohomish County

GRANITE FALLS, Wash. -- The Stillaguamish River spilled beyond its banks, flooding homes and roads in Snohomish County for several hours and forcing many people to move to higher ground. Sarah Ritc... → Read More

WSDOT says it’s preparing for likely ‘brutal commute’ Tuesday

SEATTLE -- The Washington State Department of Transportation said Monday night they will have extra maintenance crews throughout the region watching for notorious trouble spots as drivers navigate ... → Read More

Des Moines police warn residents of solicitors who want to ‘inspect’ their homes

DES MOINES, Wash. -- Police say they have several worrisome reports of a group of men going door to door and offering free home inspection services. Officers say these people do not seem to have id... → Read More

Parents devastated after 10-year-old son dies in Lakewood crash, want underage driver jailed

LAKEWOOD, Wash. -- The parents of 10-year-old Dylan Wilson broke down in tears in the front yard of their home Tuesday as they shared fond memories of their little boy who tragically was kil... → Read More

Storms are coming this week: Seattle family, utilities share message of preparedness

SEATTLE -- Chris Wilkes can easily remember Hanukkah Eve in Seattle in 2006 when they lost their power for 10 days. A powerful storm knocked out power to hundreds of thousands of their neighbors af... → Read More

Tacoma business owners relieved over $12 minimum wage vote

TACOMA -- Election results show an overwhelming number of Tacoma's voters prefer a $12 minimum wage over a $15 proposal, allowing small business hours to breathe a little easier. Reggie Frederick i... → Read More

Everett mom asks for public’s help in identifying driver who fled hit-and-run crash

EVERETT, Wash. -- Monica Blair is still very upset after the vehicle she and her three young children were in was hit broadside by a driver in a SUV who ran from the scene. All of her children were... → Read More

School security specialist helps catch suspected Seattle sexual predator

SEATTLE -- Police say the quick actions of a security specialist led them to arrest a man accused of groping women in Seattle for over a month. Craig "Bear" Plummer said he got angry when he found ... → Read More

Crooks using garage door openers to get in homes

NEWCASTLE -- Police are alerting neighbors about a disturbing trend they're seeing as crooks are breaking into cars at night that are parked in driveways and using the garage door openers to get in... → Read More

WSDOT praises I-405 express toll lanes, but state lawmaker says they need to be suspended

SEATTLE -- One month into the project, state transportation officials say the new I-405 express toll lanes are saving valuable time for commuters. But one state lawmaker says the experiment is turn... → Read More

Local woman awaits word from father caught in Hurricane Patricia’s path

SEATTLE -- Tens of thousands were evacuating coastal communities on the Pacific Coast of Mexico as Hurricane Patricia slammed into the area Friday. Windelena Lindsay's 84-year-old father, Javier, l... → Read More

Police: Gas pump credit card skimmers are a big problem

MERCER ISLAND -- Police say credit card skimmers inside gas pumps are stealing the identity and valuable credit card information from dozens of unsuspecting customers in Western Washington. Pete Ca... → Read More

Puyallup School District says it’s facing overcrowding ‘crisis’, appeals for voters to OK bond measure

PUYALLUP, Wash. -- The Puyallup School District is growing fast and officials say they are faced with a 'crisis' unless a new bond measure passes that would raise millions of dollars to build learn... → Read More

Worshipers at Muslim center in West Seattle fear fire may have been hate crime

SEATTLE -- As Muslim worshipers ran from their community center in West Seattle carrying copies of the Quran, firefighters rushed back to the scene Monday to put out a second fire threatening the b... → Read More

Abandoned kitten found with upsetting note

KIRKLAND -- A woman on a routine walk made a startling discovery when she found a box with a kitten inside and a startling note that asked for help. When Rachel opened the box she saw two things i... → Read More

Business owner offers reward after store vandalized near Puyallup

PIERCE COUNTY, Wash. -- Julie Gunderson is offering a $1,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of a man who tried to break into the Green Thumb Gardening Supply near Pu... → Read More

DOT admits to billing errors and technical glitches on I-405

BELLEVUE, Wash. -- Washington State Department of Transportation officials say thousands of commuters have been charged double for toll lane trips and admit to a technical glitch that slowed traffi... → Read More