Kate Stone

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Website: http://www.mynorthwest.com

Kate Stone is an award-winning journalist and storyteller originally from Park City, Utah. She's called Seattle home for the past four years. A graduate of the University of Washington's Communication Leadership graduate program, Kate produced news, video, and digital content for over a decade at multiple organizations in the Salt Lake City and Seattle area before joining Bonneville International. She loves exploring the beauty of the Pacific Northwest and is in constant search of the perfect bowl of ramen.

Echo Glen juvenile escapees to remain in custody in Seattle

All seven juvenile escapees from Echo Glen Children's Center will remain in custody in Seattle, following a judge's ruling.
27 minutes ago

University Place teaching assistant faces more charges of child sex abuse

New sex abuse charges have been levied in Grays Harbor County against a former University Place youth baseball coach.
5 days ago

Alleged thief caught, suspected of stealing South Seattle mail

A sign at a nearby U.S. Postal Service office in Columbia City now tells residents in the “98118” zip code to pick up their mail in person.
7 days ago

Snohomish County combats fentanyl crisis with new $1.4 million plan

Snohomish County's Executive Dave Somers is rolling out a new plan to fight back against the fentanyl crisis.
12 days ago

Gov. Inslee vetoes community notice for sexually violent predator relocation

Gov. Inslee vetoed part of a bill that would have required communities to receive advance notice if a sexually violent predator is relocated there.
14 days ago

Three people injured after collision at Sea-Tac Airport

A collision occurred around 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Departure area of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport sent three people to the hospital.
14 days ago

Video: Suspected robbers smash stolen car into Burien gas station

A gas station in Burien is cleaning up again after its doors and windows were smashed in an attempted burglary.
19 days ago

Seattle police officer arrested for DUI in 2022 still works for SPD

Two Seattle police officers were arrested for driving drunk in Edmonds last year, according to newly-obtained court records.
1 month ago

Former Pierce Co. coach, teaching assistant charged with child sex abuse

A former baseball coach, and University Place School District employee has been charged with molesting multiple children.
1 month ago

Man charged with murder after argument near Nathan Hale HS

A 19-year-old man is now charged with murder for the shooting and killing of a 27-year-old man near Nathan Hale High School.
2 months ago

‘Current calm’ after Trump arraignment could be ‘new standard’ of politics

Fears of unrest in Olympia following the arraignment of former President Donald Trump did not come to pass on Tuesday.
2 months ago

Suspect in fatal Capitol Hill shooting misses first court appearance

According to court documents, the suspect pulled out a gun and fired into the car three times, striking Lewis and the child.
2 months ago

The search for love comes to Seattle in newest ‘Love is Blind’ season

The season 4 cast of "Love is Blind" has been announced, with 30 Seattle residents being the show's newest crop of singles.
2 months ago

Kirkland church forcing employees to tithe 10% of salary, lawsuit underway

Churchome has over 300,000 people watching sermons each week online, on the church's smartphone app or attending in-person.
2 months ago

Lynnwood council member under fire for posting shirtless photo

"Deeply unacceptable and I call for his resignation," one resident said during Lynnwood's city council meeting Monday.
2 months ago

City of Lakewood apologizes for Nazi reference in public art piece

A statement referencing Nazis on a public art piece in Lakewood is generating anger from residents -- and now a response from the city.
2 months ago

More rudeness on the roads for drivers in the Pacific Northwest

In Seattle, 53% of drivers saw a nice gesture in 2018, but only 40% said they saw kindness at least five times per month in 2023.
2 months ago

Mother of children at Ingraham shooting announces run for city council

The deadly shooting at Ingraham High School has sparked a mother, Maritza Rivera, to run for Seattle city council.
3 months ago

Constantine: King County to make ‘harmful cuts to essential services’

King County Executive Dow Constantine told the County Council, “we will be making harmful cuts to essential services as early as this fall.”
3 months ago

Home for violent sex offenders in Tenino shuts down

A facility in Tenino getting ready to house violent sex offenders will not be moving forward, according to Supreme Living.
3 months ago

22 years after Nisqually earthquake, some still not ready for ‘the big one’

On the sunny morning in Feb. 2001, just before 11 a.m., the ground suddenly began to shake, as a magnitude 6.8 earthquake hit Nisqually.
3 months ago

Enumclaw, Tenino residents concerned over sex offender housing

Some residents of Enumclaw and Tenino even said they were unaware a sex offender had even moved into their neighborhood.
3 months ago

Sex offender housing: How recent WA laws have changed the process

Concern and outrage are spreading in some local communities, which are now becoming homes for sex offenders.
3 months ago

Why sexually violent predators are being housed in local communities

Where — and how — to house violent sex offenders in Washington has become a debated topic among residents, lawmakers, and state officials.
3 months ago