Alexandra Lewis, Q13 FOX News

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Q13 FOX News

Seattle, WA, United States

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Past articles by Alexandra:

Police: Woman intentionally set fire that damaged Auburn apartments

AUBURN, Wash. -- An Auburn family is safe after an intentionally set fire spread to their apartment complex. Auburn police say neighbors saw a homeless woman set fire to the garage of an abandoned home Thursday morning. → Read More

Arlington Resource Center: Filling needs, saving lives

ARLINGTON, Wash. – The Arlington Community Resource Center is small but mighty. It was created as a grief center after the Oso landslide and now how expanded to be a resource center for the entire community. → Read More

Olympia Farmer’s Market growing to new heights

For 43 years the Olympia Farmer’s Market has been the bipartisan place that locals gather to shop, eat and enjoy life outside the capital. → Read More

Seahawks team up with USO to send care packages overseas

Employees from the Seattle Seahawks, Starbucks and Delta Air Lines teamed up with USO Norhtwest on Veterans' Day to create care packages for service members overseas. → Read More

The Kent police is understaffed – and they’re hiring

KENT, Wash. – The Kent Police Department is understaffed and hiring. When a city grows at the rapid rate that Kent has, the police department has to grow with it. There are currently 157 sworn officers on the force, and that is simply nowhere near enough. → Read More

Kent PD is getting body cameras: ‘Most officers are looking forward to wearing them’

KENT, Wash. – The Kent Police Department will begin a pilot program to outfit its officers with body cameras this fall. The move has been years in the making, and thanks to an aggressive goal by the mayor, the body camera pilot program will roll out in October. → Read More

Running Start program helps Puyallup students get college credit early

PUYALLUP, Wash. -- Running Start is a dual credit program in the state of Washington in which high school juniors and seniors earn college and high school credit at the same time. Students take college classes on campus just like any other college student, but these students are far from ordinary. → Read More

What Western Washington University is doing to attract new students

BELLINGHAM -- Western Washington University is working to ignite local kids’ interest in STEM careers. “Our state lags behind in the number of kids with bachelor degrees, in the stem fields, and just generally in higher education.” Paul Cocke, Director of Communication WWU explained. → Read More

Bellingham Technical College receives grants for STEM programs

BELLINGHAM -- Bellingham Technical College just unveiled a new $650,000 grant to strengthen their STEM programs. In 2019 Bellingham Technical College will be offering 12 students a free ride to study engineering and change their lives. → Read More

Meet Team Washington as the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games begin

The 2018 Special Olympics USA Games is underway in Western Washington. Q13 News met up with Team Washington soccer coach Stu Snow and his team to talk about what the game means to them. → Read More

40,000 pounds of chicken feathers spill from semi onto I-5

A semi driver rolled his vehicle over on northbound I-5 in Federal Way blocking multiple lanes of traffic Wednesday morning. The semi dumped about 40,000 pounds of chicken feathers onto the road -- causing delays for driver heading both directions. → Read More

How citizens are helping educate, empower local voters in Tacoma

TACOMA -- If you forgot everything you learned in that 9th grade government civics class and fin all of those high-tension political discussions on social media difficult to navigate -- you're not alone. → Read More

Channel 253: Tacoma podcast creators bring community together

TACOMA -- We all know Tacoma is growing fast! One woman is on a mission to connect and keep everyone informed about all the cool and important things happening within the burgeoning city. That's how Channel 253 was born. → Read More

More than 100 nail salons fail health, safety inspections in Washington

Over 100 nail salons have been flagged for unsanitary practices in Washington state in 2017. Most of those salons are in Western Washington. Q13 News dug into how these salons are inspected and what you need to do to make sure your next mani-pedi. → Read More

Marysville’s exploding population stretches emergency responders to breaking point

MARYSVILLE, Wash. - Marysville doubled in size between 2006-2016, jumping from 32,000 people to 65,000. That kind of increase affects everything from housing and traffic to infrastructure. It also puts a strain on those who are sworn to serve and protect. → Read More

Women-only gun clubs are about ‘being prepared’

Every week, more and more women pick up a gun and learn how to shoot it for the first time. According to the Pew Research Foundation, one in five women report they own a gun. → Read More

First lowland snow of the season — and we could see more this weekend

SEATTLE -- Many of us woke up to some snowfall Friday morning in Western Washington. The first stretch of wintry weather swept late Thursday -- bringing several inches of snow to the mountains, and a smattering of snow across much of Puget Sound. → Read More

New York terror suspect was radicalized domestically, governor says

All it took was a man and a truck to inflict the deadliest terror attack on New York City since 9/11. A 29-year-old man plowed into a crowd of bicyclists and pedestrians just blocks away from the World Trade Center Tuesday afternoon. → Read More

A new aroma in Tacoma as the restaurant scene booms

TACOMA -- As rent in Seattle continues to skyrocket, people continue to move further south. To keep up with demand, the restaurant scene in Tacoma is booming! Since last year, nine Seattle-based restaurant groups have opened, or announced plans to open a restaurant down in T-town, which leads us to ask the question: ‘Is there a new aroma in Tacoma?’ → Read More

A local theater is using innovative technology to provide real-time closed captioning

SEATTLE -- Seattle’s ACT Theatre is leading the industry when it comes to making theater accessible to the deaf and hard of hearing. Their brand-new, one-of-a-kind system is inspiring theaters worldwide, and inspiring a local community to enjoy the theater like never before. → Read More