Omar Lewis, Q13 FOX News

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Q13 FOX News

Miami, FL, United States

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Past articles by Omar:

Bellevue business owner defends allegations of identity theft

A Bellevue business owner is defending himself against serious allegations. → Read More

Bellevue welcomes new assistant police chief

The city of Bellevue has hired its first Black assistant police chief. → Read More

Washington state lawmakers discuss $125 million wildfire bill

The winter months aren’t stopping lawmakers and elected officials from bracing for this upcoming wildfire season. → Read More

One killed in double shooting in Tacoma

A 55-year-old man died after being shot shortly after midnight in Tacoma. → Read More

King Co. public health officials sound the alarm on spike in fentanyl overdoses

With two months still left before the end of the year, King County is on track to see a record-breaking number of fentanyl-related overdoses. → Read More

'It's a blow to our culture': Several Washington museums close permanently

Museums hit hard by pandemic Several museums in Washington have closed permanently. SNOQUALMIE, Wash. - As the pandemic forced museums to temporarily close for months across Washington, many are now facing financial challenges while trying to welcome back guests. At least three Washington museums have shut down permanently due to the pandemic, and those that have reopened say they face an uphill… → Read More

Non-profit helps feed a million Washingtonians

Nonprofit helps feed a million Washingtonians As COVID-19 continues to amplify food disparities across our state, a local non-profit helped feed 1M Washingtonians since the pandemic began, and it all started with a Facebook post. WOODINVILLE, Wash. - As COVID-19 continues to amplify food disparities across the state, a local non-profit has now helped feed one million Washingtonians since the… → Read More

Gas Works Park closed in Seattle ahead of planned prayer rally

Seattle Parks and Recreation officials say they closed Gas Works Park because of anticipated overcrowding and COVID-19 concerns, but they did not mention that a prayer rally is scheduled there today. → Read More

Search warrant served in case of missing pregnant woman from Pierce County; FBI assisting

The investigation into Kassanndra Cantrell's disappearance escalated Monday evening when deputies served a search warrant at her ex-boyfriend's home in Tacoma. Federal agents arrived at his house this morning. → Read More

Home searched as case of missing pregnant woman from Pierce County now considered a homicide

The search continues for Kassanndra Cantrell, a missing and pregnant Pierce County woman family members haven’t seen or heard from in a week. Investigators said on Tuesday they're now treating the case as a homicide. → Read More

Gyms, fitness centers face new guidelines as large gyms reopen for the first time in months

New guidelines for fitness centers and gyms go into effect today across Washington in response to COVID-19. → Read More

Wildfire smoke leads to new Covid-19 concerns

Local health officials are telling everyone to be prepared as wildfire smoke may create additional risks for people with COVID-19 and worsen symptoms. → Read More

More working families need childcare assistance in Washington

As working parents figure out how remote learning will look for their students in the fall, thousands of families are facing financial hardships when it comes to being able to afford childcare during this pandemic. Now, a statewide organization is helping families struggling to pay for childcare costs. The non-profit organization, ChildCare Aware Washington, has opened a family center hotline… → Read More

Police spread water safety awareness as Washingtonians flock to lakes and rivers

With temperatures warming up, more people are out enjoying Washington’s lakes and rivers. But with the water fun comes the water dangers, and official want to make sure people across our state are staying safe this season. → Read More

Live professional sports returns to Washington with horse racing at Emerald Downs

It’s opening week at Emerald Downs in Auburn. As the horse racetrack gets ready for 10 live races on Wednesday afternoon, this marks the official return of live professional sports to the state of Washington under Governor Inslee’s Safe Start Plan. → Read More

King County Metro Transit resumes dozens of previously canceled routes

King County Metro Transit plans to resume dozens of routes Monday morning after months of reduced service levels because of Covid-19. Riders will still be required to wear a face mask and practice social distancing. → Read More

Federal grant to help build new West Seattle to I-5 connection

SEATTLE -- The federal government is stepping in to give WSDOT $73.6 million in new grant money to fix congestion and highway infrastructure issues across Puget Sound. U.S. Rep. Adam Smith, D-Bellevue, and six other lawmakers announced the grant for The Puget Sound Gateway Program on Monday. → Read More

Pierce County Libraries expand online reading options

TACOMA -- With so many Washingtonians stuck at home in quarantine, The Pierce County Library System is making it easier for readers to access books online. Through their online eReading Rooms, users can browse digital books on the internet. → Read More

Memorial Day travel hits all-time low

This year, for the first time in 20 years, AAA is not issuing a Memorial Day travel forecast to project the number of people traveling over this holiday weekend. The association says with travel so low it does not have accurate data to make a forecast. → Read More


SNOHOMISH -- An indoor soccer facility in Snohomish is fighting to stay in business because of Covid-19. The Snohomish Soccer Dome has been offering indoor soccer to thousands of kids in the community for more than 30 years. → Read More