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Past articles by AJ:

'You feel a little helpless'; Officers watch burglary suspects flee, blame WA pursuit laws

Investigators are looking into two smash-and-grab burglaries in Snohomish County where crooks targeted ATMs. → Read More

Judge clears Aberdeen mom of child abuse, but only after her baby spent months in DCYF custody

A baby boy is rushed to the hospital with multiple broken bones. Pediatricians say it's child abuse, but his mother insists they are wrong. State law says she was entitled to a second opinion, but state officials took custody of her baby without one: "I missed all the milestones." → Read More

3 women attacked in separate, random attacks in Seattle in less than 48 hours

Seattle Police responded to three separate random attacks on women in less than two days. → Read More

Police arrest 2 of 3 suspects accused of armed robberies at ATMs in Tacoma

Tacoma Police say they arrested two of three suspects accused of multiple armed robberies at ATMs in Tacoma. → Read More

Army Ranger Veteran remembers defending his home against alleged gang attack in Tacoma shootout

In 1989, a group of Army Rangers, along with their neighbors, bunkered down in a home on South Ash Street in Tacoma and defended themselves from an onslaught of gunfire from alleged gang members. → Read More

Road rage attacks put bicyclist in a wheelchair: 'One way or the other, I’m going to continue to ride'

"Have some compassion. If you see a cyclist, pretend they're a loved one and treat them as such. Look at them as somebody that maybe, they have family and loved ones too. I just hope we could just share the road together and coexist a little bit," the cyclist said. → Read More

King County looks to spend $120k toward dealing with increasing summer temperatures

King County is planning to invest about $120,000 toward dealing with the increasing heat during the summer. → Read More

'A bunch of babies out here killing each other': Gang concerns grow in Tacoma

Following a violent, there is a growing concern for gangs in the City of Tacoma. → Read More

'We'd rather be safe than sorry:' FBI and WA lawmakers discuss evolving safety measures at school

Immediately following the tragic mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas, several school related threats were reported in Western Washington. On Friday, the FBI and state lawmakers shared what the process to prevent copycat situations looks like, as well as how safety measures in the classroom are continuously evolving. → Read More

Special Olympics return are back, but organizers need your help

The Special Olympics are back in Western Washington, but organizers say they need your help. → Read More

'There’s hope:' Bill's Boathouse owners look to rebuild after fire

A fire destroyed a Pierce County staple over the weekend-- Bill's Boathouse on American Lake. Now, the owners are trying to rebuild from the ashes. → Read More

Campaign strives to end sex trafficking in King County

Officials report that hundreds of girls are trafficked for sex throughout King County. → Read More

Pierce County deputies find $100K in stolen property in storage shed

Pierce County Sheriff’s Deputies recovered about $100,000 worth of stolen property from a storage shed, and say the suspected thieves are also the people believed to be responsible for the death of a 12-year-old girl in a fatal hit-and-run from last month. → Read More

Everett to open tuition-free pre-school in the fall

This week the City of Everett announced a new opportunity for lower-income families to get free child care. → Read More

New police chief starts job in Tacoma as crime increases

On Jan. 18, Chief Avery Moore assumed his new role as Police Chief for the City of Tacoma. → Read More

Flood waters starting to recede in Chehalis

The water is receding in Chehalis, but the flooding is still causing issues for members of the community. → Read More

City of Tacoma lays out plan to crack down on crime

The City of Tacoma is laying out a plan to address the problems its community is seeing with crime. → Read More

Pierce County seeing record number of car crash deaths

Pierce County is seeing the highest number of car crash-related deaths in at least the last decade. → Read More

Tacoma invests $25K toward Afghan refugee effort

The City of Tacoma voted Tuesday to invest $25,000 toward helping the Afghan refugee effort. → Read More

Power outages caused by Friday's storm impact tens of thousands

Crews continue working to restore power after tens of thousands lost it during storms Friday and Saturday. → Read More