Archive for June, 2012

Remains found in Thurston are of Tacoma missing woman

The remains found along a highway in Thurston County are that of a Tacoma mother who had been missing for more than a month. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites

Five formerly homeless families get keys to new homes

A ten year dream becomes reality as five formerly homeless families get the keys to their new, permanent homes. Nhon’s Place is a collaboration between First Place, Family Support Services, Thach Nguyen Realty, Cobalt Mortgage and Foundation Bank. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites

Jamie Moyer talks after picking up win vs. Tacoma

Former Mariners pitcher Jamie Moyer made his debut with the Las Vegas 51’s Thursday night. Moyer picked up the win against the Tacoma Rainiers. He talked to reporters after the game about the win, coming back to the area, and more. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites

Seattle’s Professional Hockey Past and Present

Thanks to Chris Hansen’s efforts, the buzz to bring an NBA team back is growing. But as King 5’s Chris Egan reports, they’re not the only fan base in town hoping to bring back a champion Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites

Youth hockey coach accused of tripping player on purpose

In the video posted on YouTube, the coach identified as 40-year-old Martin Tremblay appears to intentionally put his leg out to trip the child during the traditional post-game handshake. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites

Should the Mariners trade Felix Hernandez?

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Double amputee runner misses Olympics by 0.22 seconds

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Hernandez K’s 13 in Seattle’s 1-0 win over Boston

SEATTLE (AP) — Felix Hernandez walked off the mound in the ninth inning knowing the gem he just tossed was one of the best outings of his career. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites

King County ombudsman ends McKenna inquiry

The King County ombudsman has decided not to pursue an investigation of Republican gubernatorial candidate Rob McKenna. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites

Some states pushing ahead with Obama’s Health Care Reform Law

Just one day after the Supreme Court’s decision allowing President Obama’s Health Care Reform Law to move forward, some states – including Washington – are getting down to work. KING 5’s Robert Mak explains what we might expect to see. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites