Janet Kim, Q13 FOX News

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Q13 FOX News

Seattle, WA, United States

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Past articles by Janet:

Seattle Public Schools Board votes to revise school start times

SEATTLE, Wash. -- After a four-year campaign, Seattle Public Schools voted 6 to 1 to push back bell times for teens. Beginning next fall, high schools and middle schools will start almost an hour l... → Read More

Kirkland resident faces off with coyote after another dog attack

KIRKLAND, Wash. -- Another dog has been attacked by a coyote in a Kirkland neighborhood, and this time a resident fought back and found himself in danger, too. People living near the Kirkland trail... → Read More

Winds knock trees onto elementary school, take out power to businesses on Eastside

REDMOND, Wash. – Winds knocked out power around 2:30 p.m. on at least a 4-mile stretch of Avondale Road from Redmond to Woodinville. Traffic lights went out, causing a backup on the road, and busi... → Read More

Inslee: Washington state will continue to welcome Syrian refugees despite attacks in France

SHORELINE, Wash. -- In the wake of the Paris terrorist attacks, some lawmakers have publicly opposed taking in Syrian refugees. Gov. Jay Inslee did the opposite Monday and said Washington would con... → Read More

Another dog killed in possible coyote attack in Kirkland

KIRKLAND, Wash.-- Another dog has been attacked and killed by a wild animal, possibly a coyote in Kirkland. In the most recent incident, a Yorkie-mix, Scotty, is the latest to die after an attack n... → Read More

Drone crashes into Seattle’s Great Wheel

SEATTLE, Wash. -- A drone crashes near an iconic Seattle landmark, barely missing people on the Great Wheel. It did damage patio furniture on the Fisherman’s Restaurant & Bar down below. Employ... → Read More

Emergency management crews prepare ahead of this week’s storms

SNOHOMISH, Wash. -- As a blast of fall storms are expected in Western Washington this week, emergency management agencies all over the region are keeping a close eye on conditions and are starting ... → Read More

Fircrest voters decide to lift ban on alcohol sales

FIRCREST, Wash. -- it remained the last dry city in our state, but Tuesday Fircrest voters decided to end its long-standing prohibition era. Voters passed lifting the ban by an overwhelming majorit... → Read More

Kirkland neighborhood on alert after wild animal attack on pets

KIRKLAND, Wash. – Neighbors on the East Side say they’re arming themselves against a wild animal that is attacking family pets in the middle of the day. One dog is recovering and another dog is sti... → Read More

State report examines marijuana-positive drivers in deadly crashes

OLYMPIA, Wash.— When recreational marijuana became legal in the state, some feared there would be more people driving high and causing deadly crashes. A new report from the Washington Traffic Safet... → Read More

Tacoma voters being asked to decide whether to raise taxes to improve city streets

TACOMA -- People who live in Tacoma say the streets need to be fixed, and they’ve been saying it for decades. Voters haven’t passed a levy to improve the streets for 47 years. But this year, on bal... → Read More

Tukwila police officer shares painful loss of partner to help other K-9s

TUKWILA, Wash. -- A local police department is mourning the loss of one of their own, K-9 Officer Gino. Gino was featured on Q13 FOX in 2009 after a robbery suspect stabbed him in the neck. Washing... → Read More

17-year-old son killed, father seriously injured in drive-by shooting at Auburn bus stop

AUBURN, Wash. -- A 17-year-old boy was killed and his 41-year-old father seriously injured in a drive-by shooting at a bus stop in Auburn Tuesday, police said. Police say someone opened fire from ... → Read More

Tacoma burglary rates drop 22 percent

TACOMA, Wash. – Burglaries in Tacoma have historically been high, with the city ranking third in the state. But with a new initiative in place, the number is down in staggering rates. In addition t... → Read More

2 workers burned in electrical accident in downtown Seattle

SEATTLE -- Two utility workers were injured in an electrical accident Wednesday afternoon in downtown Seattle. Officials say the two Seattle City Light employees were working in an electrical vault... → Read More

Flooding puts Stadium High School Football season at risk

TACOMA -- Heavy rainfall over the weekend is putting a damper on Stadium High School’s football season. The school’s iconic Stadium Bowl is closed for the rest of the season it flooded for the seco... → Read More

‘There was a shotgun in my face:’ Victim describes terrifying attempted robbery

SEATTLE, Wash. -- A North Seattle neighborhood is on edge after two thieves pulled a gun on a man in his car during a robbery attempt. It happened Tuesday night, and now the victim is offering a re... → Read More

Remembering Kenney Bui: Family grieves loss of son who died after high school football injury

SEATTLE -- For the first time, we are hearing from the brother of a football player who died this week after a game. Kenney Bui’s brother stood feet away when his brother went down after a head inj... → Read More

Witnesses recall football game and player who died from injury

BURIEN, Wash. -- The Highline School District has started its official review of protocol after a football player died this week following Friday’s game. While the process is under way, witnesses a... → Read More

Bremerton police looking for suspect who set cat on fire

BREMERTON, Wash. -- It’s a cruel crime, and one Bremerton Police hope someone can help them solve. Someone set a cat on fire early Sunday morning near the tennis courts at Bremerton High School. Ac... → Read More